﴿9﴾ وَالَّذِينَ ءَامَنُوا وَعَمِلُوا الصَّالِحَاتِ لَنُدْخِلَنَّهُمْ فِي الصَّالِحِينَ
9.“ And those who believe, and do righteous deeds, certainly We shall admit them among the righteous.”
The fact that formerly was stated about those who have Faith and righteous deed is repeated and emphasized again in this verse. It says:
We shall admit them among the righteous.”
Upon the purpose of the repetition of this meaning, some commentators have said: former verses pointed to those who pave the path of the truth, and this verse points to those who are the guides of this path and are as signs to the way of Monotheism, since the application of /sālihīn/ (righteous) is mentioned about many of the prophets, those who asked Allah to join them to the righteous ones.
This is also probable that in former verses the words were about the forgiveness of sins and good reward for this group of believers, but here their high rank is referred to, which itself is another reward for them. They will be set in the row of both the righteous, and the Divine prophets, and truthful ones, and the martyrs, and they will keep company with them.
By the way, some commentators, such as the author of Tafsīr-i-Al-Mīzān,say thatthe purposeof ‘believers’mentioned in this verse, regarding the previous verse, means the children who, under the command of parents, are invited to polytheism that if they persist and, for protection of their Faith, become vagrant from their house and region, though being far from parents is difficult for them, on the Hereafter Day Allah will admit them among the righteous.