So, the verse under discussion says :
In this regard, the holy Prophet of Islam (p.b.u.h.) had some more privileges than other prophets before him, such as; being ' the seal of the prophets ', the immunity of his Book (the Qur'an) from distortion, and being entitled as ' a Mercy unto the worlds '. This is the word of Allah : " And We sent you not (O' Our Apostle Muhammad) but a Mercy unto all the worlds." (1)
Or, Abraham (a.s.) and Noah (a.s.) received the best regards from the side of Allah. Or, as the above verse says, that Jesus (a.s.) was strengthened with the Holy Spirit. It says:
By the way, it is also mentioned in this Verse that if Allah willed, He could stop the opposition and fighting between people who came after those prophets and set them in one peaceful way. But Allah's way of treatment is that people be free and willful in order that they be able to accept or reject a proper path by their own choice.
(1) Sura Al-'Anbya', No. 21, verse 107