˹The faithful are˺ also those who are true to their trusts and covenants;and who are honest in their testimony;and who are ˹properly˺ observant of their prayers.These will be in Gardens, held in honour.Quran 70:32~35Surah  al-Ma`arij (The Ascending Stairways)
Al-Maʻārij (Arabic: المعارج, “The Ascending Stairways”)
is the seventieth chapter (sūrah) of the Qur’an,
with 44 verses (āyāt).
وَٱلَّذِینَ هُمۡ لِأَمَـٰنَـٰتِهِمۡ وَعَهۡدِهِمۡ رَ ٰعُونَ

وَٱلَّذِینَ هُم 
بِشَهَـٰدَ ٰتِهِمۡ قَاۤىِٕمُونَ

وَٱلَّذِینَ هُمۡ عَلَىٰ 
صَلَاتِهِمۡ یُحَافِظُونَ

أُو۟لَـٰۤىِٕكَ فِی 
جَنَّـٰتࣲ مُّكۡرَمُونَ
It talks about the ways of the ascent of the Believers. The rise of truth will be gradual, but it is sure. The Surah talks about the problems of human beings in general, but those who believe their character is different. It warns about the coming doom of the disbelievers.
جو اپنی امانتوں کی حفاظت اور 
اپنے عہد کا پاس کرتے ہیں
جو اپنی گواہیوں میں 
راست بازی پر 
قائم رہتے ہیں
اور جو اپنی نماز کی حفاظت کرتے ہیں 

یہ لوگ عزت کے ساتھ 
جنت کے 
باغوں میں رہیں گے
the disbelievers of Makkah who rushed in upon the Prophet from every side as soon as they saw him, in order to make fun of him, have been warned to the effect: “If you do not believe, God will replace you by other people who will be better than you,” and the Prophet has been consoled, so as to say: “Do not take to heart their mockery and jesting; leave them to indulge in their idle talk and foolish conduct if they are bent upon experiencing the disgrace and humiliation of the Resurrection; they will themselves see their evil end.”