This means that he will resurrect him after being buried in the ground. This shows that the burial and being placed in a grave is not the end of the journey, nor is the end of a human being’s connection to existence. Indeed, he will have another existence and another return to the life of the Hereafter.
We can observe here that Allah (swt) did not mention His Will in the previous verses but mentions it only here when speaking of resurrection. This is because, this issue is a secret and a part of the unseen that is not known except by Allah (swt). Therefore, He predetermines it with the word ‘Will’.
﴾كَلَّا لَمَّا يَقْضِ مَا أَمَرَهُ ﴿
(No! Man has not yet accomplished what He commanded him. (23) )
The article (NO) brings the meaning of deterrence and rebuke. It is as if Allah (swt) says: ‘O human being! Stop your disbelief of Allah, The One who has given you all of these blessings! It is not becoming that you disbelieve in your God after all He has informed you regarding the glad tidings.
This verse means that the human being is still neglectful and has not carried out the acts of obedience that Allah (swt) has commanded him to perform
The constant requirement is that the human being performs all that Allah (swt) has commanded him to do even if he had committed any sins and wrongdoings in the past. If he had, he needs to stop committing them and ask forgiveness from Allah (swt).