The Meaning of 'passing through' in the Verse and 'there is not one of you but will pass through it'


Question :
I read Verses 71 and 72 of Surah Maryum, Which say:
And there is not one of you but will pass through it, This is an inevitable promise that is binding on your Lord, Then We shall save the righteous, and We shall leave the wrongdovers therein kneeling.
"And there is not one of you but will pass through it, This is an inevitable promise that is binding on your Lord, Then We shall save the righteous, and We shall leave the wrongdovers therein kneeling."
Maryum 17:71-72.
I want to know the meaning of these noble Verses, and the meaning of 'passing through it.'

Answer :
The authentic Hadith of the Messenger of Allah indicates that 'passing through it' is crossing As-Sirat, or the bridge over the Hell-Fire. May Allah protect us and the rest of the Muslim form it. People will cross the bridge in term of safe crossing, according to their deeds, as mentioned in the traditions.
Ibn Baz



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