Aarij Anwer – A Juz A Day – 30th Juz

Aarij Anwer
AI: Summary © The success of the Shahada program and the importance of learning to achieve Muhammad Ali Mohammed's mission are emphasized in the context of the pages of the Quran. The success of the Shahada program and the importance of bringing the message of Islam to others is also emphasized. The speakers stress the need for gratitude and learning from experiences to improve behavior, as well as the importance of showing gratitude to others and reciting the Quran for optimal behavior.
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I was gonna shade on regime smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Allah Allah he was having a bit rocky surgery recently and we watched a lot as a military of kuqali robina attina for dunya Santa Santa

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Salaam want a Kumara de la hora to welcome to the day. Today we are studying the 30th Jews of the Quran. This is our last session for Ramadan, we ask Allah subhana wa Taala. To accept from all of us. We ask Allah, Allah to accept from those who attended, we asked the last panel except for me, everybody who helped me in preparation, all those who send their kind regards in your eyes and their words of encouragement. They asked a lot to make all of these good deeds heavy on their scale of judgment, eminent ability, I mean, the, the prophets, Allah said clay documenta Allah for Allah, Allah who the best of you are those who learn the Quran and those who teach it. And there is a

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there's a beautiful sequence to this Hadith, where the Prophet mentioned is the one who learns the Quran first and the one who teaches at second, even though the teacher is the one who is responsible for the education, the one the Prophet mentions initially, or first is the one who's learning because in the absence of the learner, the teacher has no one to teach. So the learner is really the one who makes it makes the program tick. So I really appreciate all of you for being with me. Many of you have been here every day, or most days. And I truly, truly appreciate your presence asked us one thought to allow us to continue our journey of learning together. Even after this is over. I

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mean a lot of anatomy. Today we have the 30th Jews of the Quran.

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We also have a couple of special guests in Sharla. That will be joining us. And

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chef Abraham will be joining us all the way from Earth and Australia

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is going to join us momentarily not right away. And Dr. Amin Lee will join us towards the end of our session

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when he will come in to say a few words and to make a final draft for us. The interesting thing about the 30th juice is that it is it just that has all these sutras of the Quran, and never to unece it includes 37 sutras of the Quran. And these are the ones that all of them are listed here. I won't read them all for you at

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37 out of the 114 rows of Quran that is almost a third of the surah of the Quran. Even though if you were to divide the Quran in 30 equal parts, this is one 30th of the Quran. But if you were to look at the number of Sutras, this ends up being this ends up being a third of the number of students of the Quran. And that is a strange staggering amount of students to cover. And that these are short surah. These are rhythmic, impactful students. These are students that are easily retainable. That's why when you have kids who learn Quran, or adults even who start to learn the foreign, the students who start learning is in this just because these are easily retainable sutras. They're short and

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rhythmic. The rhythm of it, and the brevity of it creates the impact because they are mccunn Sutras, sutras that were revealed largely in Makkah, except these 334 out of these 37 were revealed early on in the life of the prophet SAW Selim and his audience is not someone who wants to listen to him at that point.

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his audience in Medina, are gladly listening. And that's why you find the sutras of Koran that speaker Medina and Quran to be long, because the audience has the attention span and the desire to listen, the modern audience is hostile. They don't want to listen to the profits are solid. So the eyes are short, to try to, you know, hook their attention to grab their ear or their attention for a moment. Maybe the message penetrates their heart. So these are a beautiful style of the Quran. It tells us how amazingly Allah speaks according to the audience that's listening. And that's a lesson for us to also you know, apply to our lives in our communications to make our communication better.

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But something for us to appreciate here today about how beautiful this is and how one wisdom perhaps a why these are short rhythmic sutras in this part of the Quran.

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the sutras

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the first revelation of the Quran is in the 30 of Jews I will actually take you to that right now. Today we will be jumping around a lot not me physically but within the Quran we will be jumping around from place to place because you know we cannot cover this just in like a sequence is going sutra by surah that won't we won't have enough time for that. So

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let me just access to serious

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surah number 96 is the first sewer reveal to the profits are solemn. It corrupt Mr. Rob Baker levy hallak read in the name of your Lord who created Hala Collinson, Amina Allah created man from a clot of blood. It Tora Bora bukal Akram crumb read your Lord is the Most bountiful one. I love the Alabama bill column who taught by the pen, our lemon in Santa Milan. yalom taught men what he did not know. This was the first five I had ever revealed to the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, this is where the revelation began. This is the Koran that gibreel brought to the Prophet Solomon he was in the cave of Hara. This is the incident that took place on the night of power letter to cover. The

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first revelation of Quran is in this juice. And as you can see, it starts by saying read in the name of your Lord, who created created man from nothing, clot of blood.

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This tells us the importance in our religion of reading, acquiring knowledge, gaining and gaining and processing information because reading is a process. It's a way to process information. That is something we are commanded to do. And that is something we're commanded to do for our

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sacred scriptures, the Quran and the Sunnah, the Sharia the law, but also for everything else outside of that as well. But specifically the thing, the goat The important point is, don't overlook your study of the revelation. Don't overlook that, it cannot disappear because of the holiday, it literally begins by telling you to read

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the last completes who are revealed to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was also in our is also in this just this surah is called Elijah and also law he will fit sort of NASA the last completes were revealed. So there's a beautiful first revelation and last revelation in this just we find this to be here. Well hamdulillah What is this image and also law he will but this is a Medina and era sewer because that's where the profits are. Some was at that time, or had had already migrated to Medina at that time, of course. So any sort of reveal at that time is considered to be in Medina and era surah what is the surah Eva and a sort of law he will fit when God's help and victory come? What are

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at NASA toluna feeding the lay of Raja you see people entering God's religion in multitudes a bit behind the wheel of the car was still a pharaoh who in who can at awaba then glorify Your Lord with his praise and seek His forgiveness, he is always ready to accept repentance.

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This is one of the sutras that was revealed after the prophets also made his hutches referencing Jerry Abraham's book here again, I encourage you all to get it to study

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for your own study and for your own purposes, and to

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complement what you've learned today. And what we've learned in the series. He says, this was revealed after the heart of the prophets also love maybe 80 or days or so before his death. So one of the last things that was revealed to the Prophet is not slam in fact the last completes who are revealed to the Prophet for some of them eight years old days before his death, it is a foreshadowing of the profits of sons passing away. Jana solo he will, fudge is a it's a lot implying that all profit, your job is done. Your mission is complete, the conquest of Makkah is complete. People are entering Islam in multitudes, your job Your mission is complete, or what's left of you,

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or what's left of your mission. What's left of your last days on earth or profit is the following. For some behind the rock because Stouffer who glorify our Lord with his praise and seek His forgiveness. What's left of you to do is to glorify Allah to

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praise Allah to seek His forgiveness, the prophets also on them.

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He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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would make is the father he would seek forgiveness from Allah 70 times to 100 times a day. And this is someone who is not a sinner. In fact, he is the furtherest from being a sinner. He is someone who

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every step he takes. It's either a step that he takes that Allah has commanded him to take. So it's divinely inspired. Or it's a step that he takes, after consultation with his companions, everything that he's doing every single thing, right, yet a lot helps him suffer some behind the bigger stuff. First, seek forgiveness from your Lord, because we're humans, we are going to make mistakes. The Prophet Sam is a human, he's going to set the example for the rest of us humans, seek forgiveness for our mistakes, never think you're above asking a lot forgiveness, never think you've attained a level or level of thing you've attained perfection where now you can do any wrong. If there's

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anybody who could be that that would have been the prophets of Allah. Yet, he set the example of what it means to reach the pinnacle of, of what it means to be a human. How you reach the pinnacle of humanity is by doing everything right, following the right processes, shuara consultation and then glorifying Allah, praising Allah and seeking His forgiveness, always recognizing that something could have gone wrong, and all never becoming too full of ourselves. This is an amazing, and this isn't the last thing. One of the last things The problem was told. In fact, after the pseudo was revealed, it is narrative as a habit, the profitsystem would laugh very little, and he would spend

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much time contemplating. And when the surah was revealed, a worker said Nick recognize that this was the end of the profits mission and he started crying. And this was something that

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you know it it's a bittersweet moment. The sweet part is that the prophets mission is complete. The bitter part is the prophets Islam is about to he knows his days are his time is about to finish. So the first and the last revelation is in this just

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one interesting note about this subject behind the bigger stuff here who is the prophets of Salaam? He would say so particle lahoma or the hamburger.

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Some So how long have you hamburger was a word? a tubal illich Oh Allah, I praise you with your I glorify you with your praise. Alone must fiddly Allah forgive me swannack alone will be hamburger, llama fiddley. The prophets are some would say this, in his in his prayer, he would see this and Isaiah says, He would say that

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to act upon the command of a liar. So it shows the Prophet is acting on the last command by saying this supplication that's a beautiful way of the salon, how he acted. This just has sutras of extreme virtues. surahs of the Quran that have extreme virtues, it as soon as you let it out loosens, Allah is considered to be a fourth of the Quran. According to the narrations of autonomy, the innocence is considered a sort of law that when we just read is considered to be like a fourth of the Quran. What does it mean it's considered like a fourth of the Quran, it what it means is that it is a surah that has such incredible depth, that if you ponder it, it's like a fourth on the message of the Quran.

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Like for example, the surah Allah loosens Allah that surah like what is its message, his messages when the earth is shaken with its violent shaking? And when the earth shakes off her burdens, and man asks are humans will be asking what is happening to the earth. On that day it will narrow its account, be under a bucket Oh holla for your Lord. So as so directed. On that day, people will come forward in separate groups to be shown their deeds for my era Miss coloradan Hi, hi, Ron era, whoever has done the smallest particle of good will see it and whoever is done the smallest particle of evil will see it as you have noticed, undoubtedly in our study of Quran. The Quran keeps making

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this point and emphasizing this point, with power and with a multitude of examples, that your actions have consequences. Your choices have consequences, understand the consequences of your choices, and make them wisely. Don't blame others for your mistakes. Don't blame others for your flaws, while at 10 00 to 500 fre, just because everybody is doing something wrong does not justify you doing something wrong. You're making your own choices.

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That's a consistent theme. And you notice that consistent theme is beautifully summarized here.

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Whereas done, the smallest particle of good will see it on the day of judgment and whoever has done the smallest particle of evil will see it also on the day of judgment and will be a lot could hold him or her accountable if he chooses to. If Allah chooses to forgive an overlook that is allows great Merci, but if he chooses to interrogate that as a loss justice because that is the consequences of the choices that we made, so that is what it means for it to be a fourth of the Quran. And caffee rune so no Catherine, which we'll get to in a little bit, is considered also to be like the fourth of the Quran leafless surah, pu Allahu Ahad, considered to be like a third of the

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Quran. Because the message of the oneness of Allah is so deep, it's as if it's like the third of the Koran. So to alfalah and anass. The last two sutras are called Alma will attain or Allah will attain, excuse me, the two sutras that you use to seek a loss protection from,

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from from any shelter from evil, all types of evil, and for Rukia for seeking divine cure in Allah subhana wa Taala that is an Philip Innes and such a virtuous surahs that we find at the very end of the plant. We have also a class called hula hula had pulled out of it, I will follow up on all the webinars, the last three surah of the Quran, that that are to be recited at every prayer or excuse me, after every prayer, they're supposed to be recited. And in fact, they're supposed to be recited according to Suna three times after fudger, and three times after acid and also there should be recited before sleeping. All of these are virtuous Sutras, protection, reminder of our dedication to

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the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala a reminder of the dominance of Allah, tala, all of this is a way for us to keep connected to our Lord in a short and quick manner, a very beautiful manner. And these two, this just has sutras full of virtues like this, the major themes of the 13th just usually we cover one.

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Today we have five, okay?

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Because this, just like I said, is a third of the surah of the Quran nearly 37 out of the 114 are in this just so it covers so many topics, such incredible themes. And it is going to be I'm going to try my best to do as much justice as I can to this, this content that I'm going to be reading to you is actually from my alcocer course. You know, it's a course I wrote called the ultimate reminder and this is one of the sections in that course that I covered about the major themes of the modern era revelation, and particularly the 30 years. So what are the major themes that emerges? It is believed in the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And as you have undoubtedly noticed in our study, this is

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a constant theme of the Quran to emphasize this point, different evidences, evidences from history, evidences from logic and reasoning, evidences from observation are all provided, so that we can be certain and Allah is one uniquely one who is only the one that's worthy of worship. The profits or sums job is to deliver the message this is a major theme of the surah as well.

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Belief in the unseen belief in the unseen What does it mean to believe in the unseen believing in Allah being a believer is not just a statement, you're gonna say, I believe, hallelujah, right? We don't do that, for us believe in Allah is doing all types of good deeds. That's actually what is equal to, to actually have a belief, a man means you're doing good deeds of all kinds. And then understanding of course, they human beings, unfortunately, are fickle. They're ungrateful. And the surah actually quite talks quite or this just excuse me has a lot of content around that, that started with belief in the oneness of Allah and let's start with the sutra that is the crown jewel

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of the Quran. surah ikhlas surah number 112. The surah that is one of the most powerful messages of the Quran, Allah who Allahu Ahad say he is a law. The one I had a lot I had is the one who is uniquely one. Not just why there will be one I had uniquely one. There's nobody else like him. Aloha summit. What is the idea? How is Allah uniquely one Allah who a summit he is the a summit that there there the URL there makes it exclusive, only

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Allah is a summit and nobody else is. What is a summit? The old, the older adults, the ancient atoms in their, in their prose and poetry would describe a person. They would describe a chieftain who would be

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extremely powerful and would always have leverage in negotiations and battles. They will describe that chieftain as almost some mud right, a sacred Alamosa mud from the same route as summit. Meaning This is a man who has so much influence and so much leverage. He doesn't need to negotiate with you or he doesn't, he can dictate terms. He doesn't need your he doesn't need to win over your approval. That is the idea of a summit Allah is a summit from that linguistic origin. Allah names himself, a Samad, the one who does not need anybody who does not need anybody's approval, does not need anybody's worship does not need anybody's offerings. He's a summit and he is the one everybody needs

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because he has all the leverage. He has all the power, he has all the might. Everybody is dependent upon him. That is who Allah is. And that is uniquely Allah. That is why he's the only one worthy of worship. That's why no human being can ever be a god. Because every human being is dependent on something or someone. And that's why Allah says limited when I'm EULA is not like a human being. He does not give birth, nor was he born. He has always existed, and will always exist, transcending time and transcending space. So Hannah, would Allah welcome Yoku and there is nothing like him. There is nothing that is like Allah subhana wa Tada. And incredible sort of Miranda describes to us

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what it means to the belief what our belief in the oneness of Allah and worship him exclusively, what does it mean? It also means to purge false beliefs. This is, you know, a the other side of the coin, La Ilaha Illa. Allah, we affirm that Allah is the one who's worthy of worship, and also affirm nobody else is worthy of worship except a look, that is part and parcel of our belief, we purge false beliefs, and that's where pseudo capital comes in. Earlier you will capital and he say to you who deny the truth, I don't worship and what you worship, and You do not worship what I worship. I don't I will never worship what you worship. Voila. And tomorrow we'll be doing our booth you will

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never worship what I worship. lakum Dino calm, Walia, Dean. You have your religion and I have mine. The idea being here is this is the purity of faith, separating truth and falsehood.

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Know the province will never has never been on the side of falsehood. And the believers who follow him also will be on the side of the truth, never on the side of falsity. The interesting thing here is, this is an opportunity for people to come to the feet. So they can know that this is not like you can you can bring the baggage of false beliefs into Islam, you can do that. And this is a there's a clear line that's drawn and you can't cross that you have to leave those false beliefs, you know, aside to truly accept Islam, and that's what Allah says, Yeah, you will live in a facility gafa in in Surah, number one, number two, he says enter into Islam in its entirety, meaning leave

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your the false beliefs, the baggage of oppression, culture, leave it all behind and come to the faith in you know,

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an accepted as a whole. There's no, there's no requirement, or there's no value in pretentious worship, of just pretending to have. Faith has no that has no value.

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So purging false beliefs is very critical. What is also evidences of Allah, like the oneness of Allah, some evidences of Allah has amazing power. So that I feel and I'm Tara Kay, for a lot of us have been feel the incident of the field is a great reminder first to the people of Makkah, who are in the audience, then to the rest of us who are also in the audience as secondary members. Do you prophet not see how your Lord dealt with the army of the elephant? Did he not utterly confound their plans. This is the army of a man or King by the name of Abraham. And these are people who came from Yemen from the south of the Arabian Peninsula.

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They wanted to destroy the cabin. Why would I want to destroy the cabin? Like, Is he crazy? Well Abra had abre had a monastery, that he wanted people to come and worship instead of the Kava. So he was trying to hype up his monastery, but nobody in priest amic Arabia, cared for any other, any other house of worship. They all knew that the only House of Worship is the Kava, that is built by Ibrahim as chosen by Allah subhanaw taala. So this is the evidence that a law's choosing of the gamma and Allah is choosing of Ibrahim alayhis salam, that was a belief or that was, you know, established even before the Prophet some arrived at the scene even before he was born, in fact, so

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Allah, so this is that surah that provides that isn't the Kaaba, one of the greatest evidences for worshiping Allah, if it was just like a Muslim thing, right? Or a Muslim monastery, the prophet, some would have made it. But this is an Abrahamic tradition, it proves that we are connected to Ibrahim alayhis, salam, and Allah because through like a last blessing that he sent Ibrahim to build his house in Mecca. And this connection of us the promise of them and the believers to Ibrahim is definitive proof that the message of, of Islam, the message of Revelation, from the beginning of prophets, to the end of the prophet SAW, Selim is all one coherent, unique message one coherent,

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consistent message. This is the

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the indomitable proof of that the Kaaba, and a lot of points to it. It says, Don't you see how Allah protected the gabbeh even when you guys weren't Muslims, you were much deikun and he had idols in the garbage still Allah protected the Kaaba, and don't you see all Quraysh that Allah has given you your power, your leverage, your authority, all the stuff that you enjoy? Allah has given it to you, on the basis of what, on the basis of the fact that you are guardians of the Kaaba, you live next to the Kaaba, you are the gatekeepers of the Kaaba, and that is why you have security, the elf Quraysh, you are secure, nobody attacks you. Others are attacked and destroyed. Nobody attacks you, because

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you are the guardians of the house of Allah. You have security for your trade routes, nobody attacks your caravans, because they know these are people who are guarding the house of Allah. So why don't you worship the Lord of this house? But yeah, I will do a baja debate. This is one of the great proofs that Allah provides the people of Makkah that this the the lord of this house is the one who should be worshipped alone. And he is the authority you can deny it, you see it, you live it. And that is what Allah highlights here in this beautiful surah. Also, what's interesting in this is that anybody who experiences going to the to the harem, we ask a lot allow us to go to the harem. One

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more time, I mean, terrible anime or multiple times. So it opened up arama for us, you know, swiftly the anybody who goes to the harem, the the the garba you will see the transformation. You will see the evidence of the the it's an evidence for a lost pantalla it's an evidence for Islam like Allah says he is to be you know, to McComb, Ibrahim, it has clear definitive proofs. So that is another evidence that a law provides in this just for the worship of Allah alone. Other evidences that he provides. Like we have seen in the Quran proofs of Allah are all around you. proofs of Allah subhana wa tada are everywhere you look you want evidence to be certain of who your Lord is. Look around,

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but look around with a with an open with open eyes and open hearts. Okay, look at that alumna Jaden album he had a heavy not spread the earth out like a bed this is the first surah of this just by the way. Well gee, Bella Oh tada and raise the mountains like supporting poles and made you into pairs that you depend on each other. You depend on each other. You need people and resources to sustain you your independent creation. Don't you see this? Don't you recognize this? I want you to know Malcolm sabetta and we've given your sleep as a way of recovery. What john Lee Vasa the night we made the night is a cover the system of life, our schedules Allah has built it for us the night as a

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cover the day as a time to go and earn our livelihoods. Our Dinah folk Welcome sir Banshee data, and we built above you seven

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When mighty heavens, the sky above us and above it, six more skies, so dominant, so mighty so vast that we still cannot actually like our abilities to see them are limited only to the first sky and even the first guy of the world, we don't really know how big it is to panela the universe, we have no clue how large it is. We haven't even observed all of the first guy, let alone the all seven of us guys shows the majesty of Allah and we made in this sky sirajul hajah a glowing lamp. And we sent green clouds with water pouring in abundance, the more I'll say at it, man, that jaja Montserrat is a beautiful description it's from the root word I install and raw acid or seal which is to juice

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something, Montserrat the water is juiced out of the out of the

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out of the clouds is squeezed out of the clouds and then it comes pouring in abundance as rain you know collegia we have been well Nevada we bring so we might bring forth thereby green and a variety of plants and Jannati alfalfa dense gardens dense with foliage so Pinilla This is an incredible, you know, you want to look at the might of your Creator, you want to know who your Lord is, you want to know who Allah is, look at what Allah has made. Look at what Allah has built, look at everything around you. And then after that creation and resurrection, as you might remember, this is a constant theme in the Quran. Creation should make you remember that there is going to be a time when the

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creation ends and resurrection begins. In normal first the academy kata, surely, the day of judgment has an appointed time, that immediately is what Allah leads into. And that's one of the key themes surah Shams was shamcey well Bo ha ha again, proofs of who Allah is. And here is providing proofs not just from nature, but also from history for shamcey. What will haha by the sun and its rising brightness and how amazing the sun as it rises, it becomes brighter and brighter. And then as it declines it becomes it'll dimmer and dimmer. So handle up this is a sign to think that there this is the life cycle of the day. This is the the way the day is and that is also how our lives are. Well.

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comedy is at Allahabad the moon as it follows it when Harry evangelia by the day as it reveals His glory. And by the day by the night when it draws a veil over it was summer he won my banana and the sky and how he built it and the earth how he spread it and how the school how he formed it for Alabama half Would you rather have a duck wha ha inspired it to understand what is right and what's wrong. This is a key principle in our religion, that a law has inspired us with the ability to detect good from evil is built in us the fitrah the innate disposition, that innate disposition that federa is our soul searching for our Lord our Creator, it is our moral compass. And it becomes it is

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you know, polished and refined, the more a person goes, and their soul reaches out to their creature, their Creator to worship Him, it becomes more and more polished, and it becomes duller and loses its its power, the more a person ignores the calling of the soul the calling of the fitrah and this is you know something that Allah highlights with the creation of humans that this is how you are made. You're made to look for a purpose in life. You're made to look for what to your Lord is your mate.

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do what's right and Lee What's wrong, but Allah Maha Fujiwara what are

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called a flow Hammonds aka choices have consequences, the one who makes the choice. That is correct. He purifies its himself or his soul. He chooses the right path has been successful, we'll call them and the sahak the one who corrupts it is sure to fail. Example gabbatha mo de la historical example, the mood tribe, the tribe of the moon rejected the truth because of their arrogance.

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When the most wicked man among them rose up, the Messenger of Allah said to them, this is God's Shi camel, let her drink. Forget the boohoo, but they gave him the light or they called him a liar. They denied him and hamstrung the she camel killed her. So their Lord destroyed them for their crime.

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raised this city to the ground, and he did not fear the consequences when I have for October, the consequences of that destruction. So panda law, this is a very scary idea. Well, if we're Akbar, Allah, Allah is the one who is all dominant. He's the one who has all the power of the mate. He is not the one who is questioned, he is not the one who fears we shouldn't be afraid of Allah subhanaw taala. Here, the history provides that it's not just if the signs in the universe are not enough for you, then the signs of Allah like miraculous signs of Allah will also not be enough for you for mood had a great miracle, unlike any other miracle around them, a camel that rose up from a rock, not a

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camel that was born naturally. But despite that they not just disbelieved, but actually slayed that camel, and the destruction was then imminent. The point here is the surah one of the points of surah makes is proofs of Allah are all around you. And if that's not enough, then even a great tea camel, towering over you. miraculous she camel also won't really suffice either and history is evidence of that another but the Quran speaks about some other miracles. The surah has some other miracles that it speaks about. One of those is the rejection of Abu lahab. I so number 111 done but the other abelia have been

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made the hands of Abu lahab perish and Miki be ruined my avatar and whom Allahu wa Kassab. Neither his world nor his gains will avail him.

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So I also learn out on that Allah habit, he shall soon enter a blazing fire. One more or two who have mental health are also his wife who carries the fuel pgb ha ha volumi massage with a rope of twisted fiber around her neck. Who is Abu lahab who is Abu lahab Abu lahab is the uncle of the prophets or seller or was the uncle of the prophets of Salaam, Abu lahab was the brother of the prophets father, Abu lahab, was actually a very close uncle to the Prophet. The prophets daughters were married two of them were married to a mula hubbs two sons. So that wasn't it wasn't just a close relationship as in like uncle and nephew, but they were this was a very intertwined, very

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linked family. The problem was very close to Abu lahab In this regard, but when the profits or loss on them

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climbed the mount of suffer to invite the markets for the first time publicly climbing the model suffer is where all public addresses will take place. When the first time the profit is up some climb that mountain and he said to the people of Makkah, the martial Polish or people of courage, if I tell you that there is a cavalry waiting to attack you according to Muslim defeat, would you believe me? Call you Nam, they said yes, my job now alayka can even we will we have never experienced lying from you. We've never experienced lying from you. So we will not attribute lying to you. Even if it seems improbable. If cavalry attacking from behind the mountain of suffer learn

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to suffer as a very small mountain.

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It's improbable but if you say it will believe it, because you've never heard you lie.

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And the Prophet said, but in Minato logomania, they are their venture deal. I have a warner to you. And I'm a prophet of Allah, I am telling you about a punishment that is imminent. Now at this point, there were actually people who knew about this. In fact, most people had heard about this, the prophet never invited people publicly. This was the first time he's publicly had invited people. And people were on the on the fence. They're like we know he's never lies we know is the truthful is the the the trustworthy, we know is the best of us. We know that. So they were on the fence, you know, should we accept or not like when should we do it? And one person taking a step and saying, you know

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what I accept would have made me perhaps open the floodgates to people but in fact, the contrary happened. The one who stepped up and rejected publicly was the prophets on uncle Abu lahab. And will actually pause here because our dear chef Ibrahim has joined us under the law.

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I will unmute him chef Jackie. How are you doing now? aleikum.

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Wa Alaikum, Salaam Alaikum wa barakato. We should be like a lower light, radical Africa shift. Thank you very much for

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Joining us if you could please check out his book has been the inspiration one of the inspirations for the series and one of the materials I used to prepare. Again, I've recommended it before to people I recommend it again, I'll post the link for where you can get it in Sharla. Please do go ahead and benefit from it. Check it out here. I'd like you to just say a few words about the study of the Quran. The last Jews, the floor is yours.

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Allahumma salli ala Muhammad Ali Mohammed tomasa later, Rahim Allah a lot more verticality. Mohammed Mohammed camera Baraka Ibrahim Ibrahim alameen nicomedia Majeed.

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Allah has didn't know what else unfortunately, I couldn't know where that to him now as well. I did not mean Lima.

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In beginning, I just wish to thank my dear brother, Chef. I just watch we used to begin by thanking my dear brother, Chef cottage for inviting me on this platform. I know Mashallah that he has been proceeding with juice a day throughout the blessed month of Ramadan. And this has been a wonderful, wonderful nearmap. Anytime you take a study of the bukoba law, that you keep your focus and attention to it, it enriches your life, in not just a material way. And not just a spiritual way, but a material way. Yesterday, after a lot of drama here in Perth, I had an opportunity to cross over and speak with my dear brother, Chef, yes, of the guests in their community at Valley Ranch

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Islamic Center, I believe it's in Dallas or in Texas. And we were speaking about and more often about the belief of Allah subhana wa, tada is not just the one watching over us, but that compels us to understand that we must be very watchful over our dealings and our behaviors with allies religion. And the point of the discussion came where we said, How do we establish more asaba and what is the result and the consequence of it. And I said, we'll share for this time had been in my data, just silicon eco chill Islam by saying that every good deed or every deed that we perform any deed, good or bad, has a consequence that affects one of the three realities that we experience. So

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you and I, we experience a physical reality, and intellectual reality and a spiritual reality. So every deed that you do has an impact on one of the three things the month of Ramadan, for example, there is there's a physical manifestation for it, there is an intellectual process that is strengthened by it, and there is a spiritual aim behind it, so that it can handle

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it leads you away from sinfulness. So what what the assertion is, if you're doing a righteous act, if you're doing a good deed, and it doesn't have that effect that is mentioned by Allah mentioned by the prophets, I send them, therefore, to how to run a flush. Therefore, look into your heart and see how sincere Are you in it. So if you stand up to pray to Allah, and it doesn't prevent you from sinfulness before and after, then the so that, although it's valid, it wasn't really with the sincerity that would exclude and protect you and remove from you the physical things that you want to remove as a physical reality. It didn't have the psychological rational effect of increasing your

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Eman and strengthening it from that question that makes you shaky and uncertain. The reality of the Sadat didn't provide this spiritual reward with the love that you wanted in its completeness for that the prophets I send them said, that group, perhaps a man will stand up and pray to a lot. And in the end of the prayer newsflow Ha, ha, ha, they only got half of the reward a third, maybe even just a 10th of the reward rather than a love meaning that women come in value a lot protect you and I from this. So what about the whole app? How does the Quran What is it to do with our physical, intellectual and spiritual and this is really important to at the end of the month of Ramadan, I

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want it to be the stepping stone for a positive, lifelong re year long relationship with the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And of course, this isn't in ridicule of Muslims who increase their amount in Ramadan because I'm one of them. So you know how sometimes you see you're the guy who worships a lot more normal bond or the sister wears or just a normal gun. So video, mail, lots of kind of dialogue. Granted, there are things that I did now with this month of Ramadan that I did do the month before. And may Allah protect me from this but I may not do it in the month after May Allah assistance along that.

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So how do we protect ourselves in the month of Ramadan? With the forearm? How do we enjoy and how do we find the benefit of it in the material in the rational intellectual and in the spirit?

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ritual sets

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for you and I to profit from the Quran all three must be seen and weakness recognized by you because in you recognizing that eating clean increases your more often than a loss always watching over me I better be careful. And I am watching over my relationship with Allah. It comes back to the Hadith of the prophets I send them to our delight, our best authentic Hadees all of us know it's in the 40, Hadith

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yehudah Allah, God, Allah, Allah will guard you, what does it mean to garden Allah, it means guard what Allah has ordered for you to maintain. In that way you will find material protection for yourself, you'll find protection for your heart protection for your soul. So let's look at the whole app. How is the for an as an act of worship as a recital as a source document, as a constitution of life as a purpose and be as something that with its letters, looking into its letters reading its letters, it's the only document only script that earns you has an app, you can pick up so and but how do you like you earn the reward of studying knowledge, but not reading the material letter. It's

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not hard level suit a lot off and if land is each of them has an asset I will actually be in fairly high 30 I know that's only for the book of Allah. So you can read all that in Buhari, you get nothing but the knowledge of it and the reward of studying the deed. But you read the Koran and you say the exact same word holla but it has a material sense, a spiritual sense and a psychological rational upliftment for you and i that is not found in other than it. So let's benefit from the Quran. First point, my dear brothers and sisters is repetitiveness and the word color. And you can look at it from the concept of a true meaning. It's not just a recital, but it's a recital that

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recited compulsively repetitively and allow using the same word danessa, to follow meaning three cycles. So it's a cyclical process. So the concept of Quran isn't just something you read aloud for your benefit and the benefit of others. And I said, allow, why is a foreign recited aloud, what is magic Allah allow other people to be able to hear it the prophets, I seldom would read it aloud in his home, but the machine would come and sit under his doorway under his window, you have to say no to less than your own entity that they would listen, the Prophet would exit there's only see the footprints all around this window, like a bath.

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You're a grease, pencil, I tell them that they came and they hurt and they left without accepting. So the Learning Center and these were the likes of Abu sufian and Abuja, I was young before Islam many years later, but the Allahu anhu or and the Sahaba to marry him.

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So the first is the repetitive, consistent regular reading the will of the man with the means the place of regular happy habitation that is visited for a necessity and essential need for lemma one of them that I met yet when Moses arrived to the place that everybody has to go to India, where the water well is. So for you and I, the odd is given the imagery in our theology as Muslims, as the water well of life, that you have to return to each and every day, day after day, constantly returning, drinking in the morning, drinking in the evening, bathing in it throughout the day, releasing yourself from the stress and the difficulties and the hardship, removing the anchor of

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your life, washing it over, because of the material sense of it. And all the number two

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elements, that when I talk about creases, and not the price, to be habitual, regular and reading, number two, is to master and teach. And just like the last set of Shahada, all of the Imams who are teaching all of them to continue mentoring their communities, even from a distance that our aim and our hope

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is to be wildly so high, that we die I live in Atlanta, where I live, that you acquired we apply it for the brand, and we taught it passed it on shared its message shared its teaching with others who come at a place where we have not been able to attend and be able to provide that teaching and that learning. So May Allah Subhana Allah make us from those who are regular and habitual not reading, but regular and habitual and being able to pass it on and share it to others the best of us. And these aren't words that are like these aren't just words, my words These are the words of how you will hunt. Say you then will say me Mohammed got the best of you. Now I never learned and therefore

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the emphasis is on learning, then passing then anyone else as another authentic I didn't know how to convey for me even if it is better, one verse that you have mastered.

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Salalah so the conveyance of the plan is to gather and then to spread and teach to the one who seeks to receive it to the one who is acquainted with it to the one who hasn't heard. This is all from the material bulk of the Orion. How do you know Orion has benefited you in Ramadan? That what you know, doesn't stop with you? How do you know that what you've had in normal life that what you had doesn't end that it continues every day, there is progress in your reading and your citation of the origin. And there is no one who has ever stopped learning the Koran after Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, who's commanded by a lot to say, Well, hold on busy. Oh, ally, crease me great to reading and

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knowledge of the

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number three, from the way that we can extract that how do you know the whole line has had a positive effect and will increase your email? Number three, is that you are practicing of the letter of its law. You are from those who have the Constitution of life send me I know what

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we hear and we obey lendit your ear? How do you benefit from the Quran? Allah says near the end of sort of tough, how can you begin to understand and learn from the poor and if you approach it with a sincere heart that this Nick, live in Canada level live in Canada level seven, alpha seminar, to a person who gives it his full attention, even Canada who can

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wild wha hoo ha He is the One whose heart is president president whose heart is available, whose heart is ready to hear and receive the word of Allah who gives it their hearing of a seminary that you through your ear to it you attached your hearing to its recital, its message seminar here means that I live net. So when we say, Samir, I know where I live now, what I meant

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was America. What a thought now what does it mean to America I live in

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a bar not a I've come that he'll do that, who that we established the rights of a law that are established beforehand. One of the most amazing manifestations is our month of Ramadan. Nobody wants a month of Ramadan except as a sign of their surrender to the Almighty. Allah subhana wa tada Allah Medina. Well who has Shaheed so three things you gave it a you came at it with a pure heart, not seeking its fault, not seeking criticism, but seeking to be pious and approach it. And then you can get up whenever you feel good that would fit into those approaches with taqwa. Give it your full attention, gave it a discernment of study gave it time, the way you gave your math and physics when

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you went University time, gave it your complete undivided

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attention. And number three, well who was Shaheed that you seek to witness its truth? When you put those three things that we have spoken about together? What you'll find is the bulk of returns, in that your material life is increased. So the prophets I send them in his famous removing depression, what is it that he asked Allah Subhana Allah through what is the job of the removal of depression taught to us by the by the prophets I send them over love. I asked you to make the fall and the fountain the the the blessing spring of our chat our heart alone, or be after Lupita

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when Nora Soto arena and the light of our chest, she fat and the amount is Brian is a healing to that which troubles the heart to nx to the heart is the repeal of sinfulness. It's a thing that cures us. In a material sense, Jeff, an assignment you'll find me said, of the first way the owner, the owner, not unbelievers, the old man abandoned the whole and terracotta web they left that curing each other and healing themselves with it, that we have forgotten that to cure yourself the place of cure is the book of a lot seeking the drop with Allah subhanho wa Taala through the blessedness and the recycle of the Quran. So first and foremost, is that the Orion becomes a source of healing and

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protection in a physical sense. Number two, it causes our mind to be willing to accept matters of the unseen that the stories of the poor and the lessons of the horror and that descriptions of a mosquito pee that we have the mastery of the angels that is sent to us that description of all of this is meant to subdue our intellect from running away from a lot. So if you bring it back to a lot, sequester it, what does the word mean? Allah subhanaw taala says Yeah, they do it and I'm sure she had a chance as Mashallah I felt lucky that it is something couldn't find right from Africa. It's something you'll hold. It's something that is encircled ensnared to capture the photo and is

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meant to do that you have this idea

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With a brand that captures your intellectual lism It keeps it from roaming further away from a law not restricts it from thinking of advancement, but restricts it from debate debasing and debauchery that leads to the soul to a place that is distinct from the maker subpoena with data. And therefore, you see in the history of Islam, that those who pursued the material sciences were very much those who pursued the spiritual sciences of our Deen and an intellect and a study within the Quran. And finally, the spiritual reward of the book of Allah subhana wa tada returns to that when you see it, that you find that when interest citational is recited, that hearts are soon that the skin begins to

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call that the hair stand on end. And if these are things that we haven't experienced, we need to re unite the study and the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala in our hearts and the study of the Quran in a more material sense that we seek to ask a lot to propagate it and increase it in our life I mean our children know that almost a kind of went sign up us to maintain our love and our due diligence with him in all of our affairs and I hand you over to my dear brother I shift out of habit of law when I thought law will be not be he will be no no so lots of pregnant with either against him Linda whenever I tell you where you're joining me may have your own keytab at the center last Sunday was

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selling Was it easy? No. Have you been wanting to be sold a lot already you are selling whatever it is when it came to the value of the line? I mean, my dear chef, I will ask your leave and apologize for not being able to sit through the rest of the session although I will follow it as I followed the others on your social media. And I pray the loss of kinda without rents are so high you were not eaten. Have you had that? You have the shotgun.

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exact low elevation club. Thank you so much for joining us. It was a pleasure and honor to have you I don't this is after your pleasure. Now your treasure is already done or is it Okay, so this is now the time to get some restaurants I love for you.

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Except for me. Thank you again go down to the head and advance in order to you because you guys are a day ahead of us right so I will have at around this time an hour from this time a live broadcast on Facebook page of my work from my home and family and so on inshallah. Oh go have that. Oh, today is your India. It'll be tomorrow somebody more vocal. Okay. Yeah. So they're hoping no sightings on our side of the world in New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia. moving across, I don't believe in anywhere in New York, Arabia. All of it, I believe will be Sunday, we will complete 30 some people start to day a little bit later. So they may if they don't see it due to will not equal

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unable they may even continue to run. But a lot except the reward oil.

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Thank you so much.

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For fluffy comm returning to the the miracle that was a rejection of Abu lahab the miracle lies in the fact that I will not have the very beginning rejected the prophets of Salaam. And he said the Basilica alhaja jamatkhana Is this why you have gathered us May you be destroyed. And Allah said May the hands of Allah be destroyed me the hands of will not have be ruined, and may he be ruined, too. This is a last puzzle of sealing the deal on him that he will never accept Islam it will not have after this ayah was revealed, remained alive for a decade, not accepting Islam and this meaning of him and so boldly saying this is a man who will never his heart will never turn the other way is a

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miraculous prediction of the Quran. Like the others that we have seen in for example, suta room and this was one of the evidences that Allah presented very early in the Quran, a miracle so that we can believe in the oneness of Allah along with all the others like the proofs of a law that are all around us.

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Moving on to the prophets awesomes message or the prophets isms job is to deliver the message. This is something the Prophet Allah sought some was the theme this is one of the second themes or this is excuse me, the second theme of the just that we want to speak about. That is the prophets job is to deliver the message he lost on them got caught up in trying to win over the brush. He had an audience of the people of coloration the Prophet son was

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inviting them. And he said, You know, they seem to be listening. And the process is very hopeful. And then as the Prophet is out, some was explaining, a blind man came, this blind man is the blind Sahabi, of the law of enuma tomb, and he wanted to learn more about Islam. He didn't recognize or in realize, the prophet was in the middle of a conversation with the leaders of flourish. And the Prophet turned and found, you know, he found and turned away he didn't want to, he didn't say anything to below. He didn't put him down. He didn't discourage him. But he didn't want to be interrupted. And as soon as the good luck came and said, what you said, leaders already started

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laughing and saying, You want us to accept this time and be like, it'd be one of him and he becomes one of us. Okay, that's it. And that was very hurtful for the Prophet because he thought that he truly could convince them and when the more or less, that's the top seller. Don't get caught up in trying to win people and don't as a result, push people away. They nominate Stella The one who was indifferent for Angela who doesn't know you eagerly attended to that person. And as you're not it's not your job that he purifies himself. You're not your job isn't to win him over. But the one who came running to you and he was afraid of God for a minute Allah how you paid no heed to him. So

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Pinilla This is a reminder, this is a admonition, whoever wants that in pay heed to it. So Allah reminds the Prophet Your job is to convey the message. Your job is not to win people over and your job is certainly not to ignore those who are running to you. And what an amazing what an amazing thing this isn't. The Prophet never even said anything. He didn't even utter a word. You know of annoyance even. But a lot. I thought I wanted to set the record straight, that you cannot even frown. A new more importantly cannot put your hope in trying to win over the powerful thinking that the powerless or the underprivileged are less valuable. No, every believer is valuable. Every one of

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them is valuable. Don't get caught up in that the friends reminder. The Quran reminder is a message for that good enough it vichara surah number 87 surah

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Allah Allah spotlight says remind if remaining will help those who stand in awe of God will heed the reminder but it will be ignored by the most wicked says the Kuru Moksha agenda boo Asha again all profit your job I had sore number 88 is to remind for that kill in nama Andromeda kill your task is only to give warning, you are not necessarily him be more selective, you are not there to control them. You're not there to sway them, you know or peer pressure that you are there to convey the message. And that was the profitsystem job. So that is something that this just highlights and that's something that Quran explains in many, many places. Belief in the unseen one of the most

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important aspects of our faith is believing in the unseen and this sutras that one of the themes of the surah is to talk about belief in the unseen. What is an example of this. If a lucking treat you the first time from nothing, he can bring you back to life most certainly and this idea of creationism and resurrection is a constant thread in the Quran. For the Angolan insulinoma hulak surah. 86 is number five A man should reflect on what he was created from what was he created from from Mima in depth you're fully human man in the perfect created from a scripting fluid. Then he emerges from between the backbone and the breastbone, creative muscle building fluid delivered in

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this manner that is, you know, not like it's not like an honorable matter. You're pushed between the backbone and the breastbone and you come out after labor in that state that you come out in, in the hula Raja de la causa, God is certainly able to bring him back to life. What is the example the point of the example you will create it from a drop of sperm that was literally lifeless, it doesn't have life of its own, especially once it has been ejected and after some time has passed over it. From that Allah created you into a full grown human being and the way you were born. Remember your humble origins. Don't think you are too big to fail. Don't think that Allah cannot make you again.

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But he made you the first time from that lifeless drop of sperm in the hawala Raja healer, either for sure you can bring you back to life and for sure he will bring you back to life. And that is the belief in the unseen there are scenes on the Day of Judgment. I will call Dr. tsuda 101. The crashing blue audio what is the crashing law either outcome and audio and what will explain to you what the crashing law is. Audio is like you know, like the hitting of something, a stick, that the sound that it makes, and then kind of terrorizes a person because they're afraid of the the sound and the reverberations of it. That's the sensation the person will feel on the day of

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judgment that there will be trembling. On the day people will be like scattered moths, and the mountains like puffs of wool, and the one whose good deeds are heavy on the scale will have a pleasant life and the one whose deeds a light will have the bottomless pit for his home for all Moo hoo ha We are the bottomless pit. That's how Allah describes hellfire. It is like his that's his abode. And it's like a, you know, it's like he's tumbling perpetually not like in within Hellfire, there's a place where he's punished, but like his spirits are perpetually tumbling. And that is where he's going to be what am I here what will explain to you what that is, that is a blazing fire.

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Also surah number 82 or number 84. So number 81. In this just describe the scenes from the day of judgment in a summer

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when the sky is torn apart.

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What is algo argument I thought the stars are scattered, the seas burst footway, it will be hard to figure out whether or not the graves turned inside out every soul animate nostrum d'amato, each soul will know what it has done and wasn't what it has left undone. That is the day you will find out the consequences of your choices, the description of the Day of Judgment, as you know, just the Day of Judgment is described, to remind us that we have accountability coming, watch out.

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All humans Yeah, you will insert in naka de Haan in Arabic And when you are toiling laboriously towards your Lord, and you will meet him for sure. And then Allah describes the scene from giving the book in the right hand, the one who's given the book in the right hand, like we talked about yesterday, will be very happy, and he will have a easy reckoning and he will return happily to his family. And then the one who was given his Record from behind his back surah number 84. Not in the left hand, it says here, it says behind the back. What gives? Well, here is a person who was hiding his hand, his left hand behind his back, he knew he was going to get his record in his left hand, he

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knew he was doomed. So he thought that maybe if I hide my hand behind my back, that nobody would see it, and I won't get my record in my left hand and mistakenly will be given to me in my right hand. That right away tells you the state of mind of this person and how he lived his life, thinking he could deceive Allah fool Allah thinking that the whole idea of resurrection accountability is a joke, and he can just get away with it

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can't pass over the truth of Buddha on that day, you will cry for destruction whilst lassa and will burn in the blazing fire. So it's a very, very,

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you know, scary description. And just you see the description of how the person is acting. His hand behind his back tells you all about how this man thought and lived his life. It thought this whole thing was not going to happen. And he does get away with it when he gets there. That's not the case. So number 81 surah number 81. Is it a shampoo beard?

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What are the interests? This has a lot of it number one to number 14 describes the Day of Judgment of highlighting it number eight here, what is Elmo odor to suit a lot when the baby girl buried alive is asked the ag them in particular for what sin was she killed. This is one of the glimpses of how Allah will give out the judgment and the justice on the Day of Judgment. Here is the baby girl. This is a innocent victim. She was killed, buried alive Just because she was a girl.

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But alas, Papa will not only give her justice that she deserves, but she would also get her date in court, she will get to hear she will get the satisfaction of having her case heard. This is a law describing how the voiceless in the world will get a voice on the Day of Judgment. So don't ever think when there is oppression. And there's people who are getting killed. Those people whose voices will never be heard their stories will never be told. Don't ever think that their stories will be untold. On the day of judgment, Allah will give them the platform to tell their stories, and their oppressors won't have the opportunity to respond. Because the oppressors know they're guilty and

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they're already convicted before even the court sets up.

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I won't even give them the opportunity to defend themselves because there's nothing to defend. But perfect justice is a law gives first the opportunity for the oppressed, to tell their story, tell their side and then gives the judgment. So that's the perfect justice. That alone will serve on the Day of Judgment. That's why it's yoma Dean, the day of full payback, you will get your full payback. So when we see evil in the world, we shouldn't get depressed. We know there's a day of judgment, that is the day when Allah will settle all the scores and this is one of those instances

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glimpse a small example that shows how perfect and powerful how perfect was justice. How powerful a last part Allah is a description of the Hellfire, a scary one way lonely currently humors at illuma whoa to every faultfinding back biter who amasses riches, counting them over, thinking that they will make him live forever. This is not somebody who is just earning wealth because nothing wrong with earning wealth. In fact, uncle's wealth hype in America Hey, Daniel, we'll see ya. Okay. But this is a person who is obsessed with material gains, and at the expense of everything, profit over everything, profit over at the expense of people's wellness, at the expense of the corruption of the

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soul crushing of the system, it doesn't matter destroying the the Earth and in the environment. It doesn't matter as long as I make profit. And I can hoard my profit and masses, riches, you read this and this could be talking about like the world today. In fact, it is talking about the world today. The Ultra rich, the ones who exploit the ones who get rich when 35 million people are unemployed, the richer, the riches, the ultra rich are getting even richer. amasses riches, counting them. And that's the only concern that this person has. Yeah, so anomala thinking that that's will make them live forever. Or this is the only thing that matters gulla No, indeed, this person will be thrust

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into the crusher,

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human life in whole Tama, it's the crusher. Hotham is like a valley where like, you know, if you're passing between two mountains, like a passage where at the narrowest part of it, the mountains are like crushing you and you really can't really go through it. That is how Allah describes it, the fire won't just burn, it will crush and it will crush in a way that it will tower over them. In the holly he also like closes on them towering in columns, we asked for less protection from that a devastating description. These people crushed the others, right, the ultra rich would crush the poor, they would take advantage of all the they would exploit endlessly. So the fire fittingly would

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crush them on this day, they asked a loss protection, description of Paradise and source 78 I've encouraged you to do to read that on your own. When I move on to the fourth theme, believing equals doing good deeds of all types, all sorts of good deeds. That is what a man means believing in a law believing in the Prophet is not just a mere statement, it is actually a expression of action. And what is that expression of action? Well, awesome. By the declining day, as the time is running out, as the minutes are squeezed out of the day, in the incentive nephew Who's the man is in his deep in loss, except for those who believe in levina am anomalously hard to believe and do good, right? He

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man needs to do good, that leads to urging one another to the truth that leads to urging one another to be steadfast and patient. That is the idea. Eman leads to good good deeds are of all types, but particularly urging the truth and urging steadfastly, all types of good deeds, good. These are personal goodies that are publicly that that serve the public, what they also will have, is actually serving others serving a cause. Not just ritual acts of worship. That's not only what faith is, it is serving a cause serving a purpose that's larger. And in doing so, and not giving up at the first instance of adversity, know being patient, even if results are not coming. That's the state of mind

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of the ones who truly believe and do good deeds. Patients through gratitude in our clinical goals are one of the most incredible soldiers of the Quran, and also the shortest and that's why many people would like to read it. This is the one oh Prophet, we have given you abundance we have truly given abundance to you will profit. So pray to your Lord and make sacrifices to him alone. It is the one who hates you has been cut off the prophets are solemn, and a second son died in infancy. The people of Makkah the not people, all of them but the leaders of Makkah, who were opposed to the Prophet, they started celebrating. They were like, Yes, he is done booty la Mohammed is this whole

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thing, this whole slam thing will end with him. And we're glad that his son died in Can you imagine the province slum having the heart now to be asked to make Dawa to these people who act this way, rejoicing at the loss of his son that's you've reached the level that's below human now. But Allah says to the Prophet, in this moment of grief, in Latina Kolkata, we have given you so much good look at all the good that you have. All the good that you have in this world, all the good that's waiting for you in the next world that will help you get through the more difficult points more difficult things

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Life that will help you navigate the tough parts of life. That gratitude will give you patience. The optimism in the darkest moments will give you the strength to get through those darkest moments. And also your prayer for son, Lydia Baker, pray to your Lord, even if it's difficult, even if it's hard to, you know, get cashew at that time of sadness, but continue just pray go through the motions if you have to, because that is you holding on to your gratitude. And that is what helps you get through it. 100 and sacrifice to him alone. Don't ever deviate in, in your commitment and your devotion to him. This is so amazing. The Prophet lost his son. People on make it worse they are

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celebrating his loss.

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Allah says you look at all the goods you have don't look at this bad. Look at all the other goods you have. We have an halal Cathy, lots of good in this world. That's what I'm covering means you have the pond of alcocer waiting for you in the next life. You have believers who will meet you on that point. Of course, you don't have a son Oh Prophet, but

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millions will name their sons after you. They will be you know Muhammad, they will carry on your work, they will carry on your name. So this is patience through gratitude. And how amazing is it of a message and how amazing of a foreshadowing it was for the prophets of Salaam as well purify yourself. This is an important part. You know, our soul has to be purified in Surah number 91 of the Hammonds aka ha ha ha ha Berman the Sahaba we already looked at this a little bit but looking at this potential to be the best Allah tala camel in Santa Fe us I need the Queen what teeny was a tumor to be seen. wahala didn't mean let's open the surah. Let's take a look at it by the fig and

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the olive and Mount Sinai and this secure land fig is referring to Elisa Lam. All of references Isa to the scene in Mount Sinai references Moosa, this secure land references Ibrahim, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. These five represent the best of humanity, not a doctrinal insanity as any that we humans, we have the potential to be the best of the best like the prophets were, but yet, tomorrow was further suffering, then we reduce them to the lowest of the low. Unfortunately, that is our desires, that is our, our inability to stay in

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inability to do good deeds, that is what leads a person, the potential of a human is highlighted in the oath. And then unfortunately, the reality is highlighted here, except those who believe and do good deeds. That is, what the good deeds do. Follow him as your environment known, they will have an unfailing reward, remembrance of Allah the last two Sutras, the more I will attain, I seek refuge to the Lord of the daybreak against the harm in what he has created the harm in the nightman darkness gathers in harm in witches, which are not the harm in the envier when he enemies, this is evil that is on the outside, people who want to hurt you, people who want to harm you, people who are envying

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you, Allah protect me from all of them. And then there is the evil of the inside out. We have been asked many kidnap Illa Hanna's, I seek refuge with a load of people, the controller people, the God of people against the harm of the slinking whisperer and shuttle was was ill Hannah's The one who whispers into the hearts of people, whether they be jinn or people. The idea here is you're asking a lot to protect us from evil influences from the outside, and evil whispers and desires and inclinations from the inside. And that remembrance of Allah is a good deed, care and compassion for others.

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Good deeds are not just spirituality, good deeds extend to serving the creation. He has not attempted the steep path, but not the hammer la Cava. And what will explain to you what the steep path is. What is the steep path for Kurokawa, it is to free a slave it is to feed at a time of hunger, not feed when there's a lot of good a feed when it's very difficult to acquire and find food in moments of difficulty to do good in moments of difficulty to continue doing you know acts of charity that is truly an act you know care and compassion that is a hallmark of the believer, an orphan relative, a poor person in distress. Or and then when this person has done all this, then he

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will be so McCann Amina Latina, amanu of those who believe and urges one other steadfastness and compassion, caring compassion for others. That is it. You know the what Eman means that's what it represent.

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That's the representation of it. And this surah is an early makansutra. This is revealed when the people around the Prophet are not Muslims. So it's, it doesn't matter if they're Muslims or not. Our faith teaches us to take care of them, irrespective of their faith that shows the reality of our faith, that it's a man that leads to action, which is actions of steadfastness, and compassion, business's ethics. How do you do business, that's part of our faith. It's not like, okay, Business is business, pray and do my Salah, and, you know, do my fasting business, I'm just going to do whatever I feel like whatever makes you the most money. In fact, to the contrary, business ethics

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are part of our actions. Why lunan motto 15 woe to those who give short measure a destruction is waiting for them to demand of other people full measure for themselves, but give less than they should. When it is they who weigh or measure for others, don't they realize that they'll be raised up on a mighty day, a day when everyone will stand before the Lord of the worlds don't they recognize that they're cheating will eventually come back to haunt them on the day of judgment? business ethics is a good deed that is part of a man with ease, or with difficulty comes ease. You know, it's a it's a mindset of patience, but in the mileage you saw in America, so you saw, you

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know, even most difficult times, don't ever lose hope, never give him optimism.

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So the Guru Ji talks about you may not win in life Surah 85, talks about the people who live before the Prophet sallam, after he said Islam before the prophet who are believers, true believers in an ISA as a prophet of Allah, and they were burned to death by a tyrant King, burned to death because of their belief. And this story, this in the middle of the Jews, it stands out because the other Jews does not tell a lot of stories of the prophets. This is actually one of the few stories in the Jews. And the only time this story is mentioned the plan, it stands out because we're talking about the day of judgment and what it means to believe in Allah, what it means to do good and what it

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means to be beautiful believers. But it doesn't guarantee you that life will be a victory for you, you may actually end up being like the people of the dude who got burned, who didn't actually survived will last in the worldly sense, but they won in the in the Acura for sure. So it all of this is what tells us about good deeds. And this just speaks about that last theme of this juice is human beings are fickle, and often often ungrateful. What is the attitude of a human being a man in Sonos or a number 89. So the fragile the nature of man is that it I'm Abdullah hora boo when his Lord Christ, tries him, through honor and blessings, gives him authority gives him a standing gives

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him honor gives him blessings.

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What does the span say?

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Yahoo. Nora, be a chrome and my lord has honored me. And look, Allah says when his Lord tries him, because even giving and gift from Allah subhanaw taala. honor and blessings, these are a test to see if we're thankful or not

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what a man is our motto, but when he tries him, through the restriction of His provision, to the loss of honor, to the loss of a status to the loss of a position of power and authority through a loss of blessings.

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Is it still the person still says the Lord, my lord has honored me? No, he says, My Lord has humiliated me on a beat in color B. And then my lord has humiliated me. This is the fickle nature of human beings. That is not the way the believer needs to be. And you notice he's saying, My Lord, so it's not like he's a person who's oblivious to Allah says, He wants to, you know, he's saying, My Lord has done this, my Lord has done this. So there is the basis of Eman is there but the actual fruit of it is not harvested. The fruit of it is when good happens Alhamdulillah it's from Allah and bad happens. Alhamdulillah Allah Cooney Hall, Praise be to Allah at in all circumstances, patients

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through gratitude, the prophet SAW him was taught that through enough clinical closer, look at the good, don't look at the bad that's going to help you get through the bad times. here when the bad happens. Instead of looking at all the other good, he has to say my lord has taken away good for me, so I'm humiliated. That is the wrong attitude. the right attitude is patience through gratitude and bad times and gratitude in good times. That is the required outcome of what a believer should be like, contrast with horses and when actually end with this inshallah example and show

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I mean here or not, I mean, I don't see him in the list yet. Sure. I mean, you're there. Please turn on your camera Java glyphic

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contrast with the horses. Well idea the Baja surah number 100. Well, Dr. de la by the snorting panting horses fell moody at the pod ha, striking sparks of fire with their hopes. But meliloti somehow as the gala to make reads at dawn, I found levena are raining clouds of Deus, bossa nova he jamara and forcing the rain to the midst of the enemy. What is this? What is the scene that a lot of screening is creating a scene of these these steeds, these these swift horses that are about to attack an enemy.

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And then Allah says, Man is ungrateful to his Lord. What is the example the old have to do with the point the old is the horses here, these charging steeds, they are giving their all they're giving their all for the Masters panting, so furious that they're striking their sparks with their homes, making unraid at dawn, which is a more difficult rate, because they're probably going to get killed, furiously attacking even in the face when the odds are stacked against them. And then plunging in the middle of the enemies certain death, such force, the destroy the first line of defense end up in the middle of the enemy. But these horses don't care whether they live or they die. That's how loyal

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they are to their master, and their master has done nothing for them. The master didn't make them the master only feeds them because he knows these horses are useful, and the horse was not useful. The master wouldn't feed the horse. But a last part Allah has created us, taking care of us continues to take care of us and yet we are disloyal to him. And he's not even asking us to give up our lives or anything. The contrast with the horses here is to show how ungrateful humans are. How ungrateful humans are, as compared to another of Allah's creation, who the humans have subjected to, and they are supremely loyal to the humans. And example from within ourselves a fee unfussy comb, I

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found out too soon. In this Quran, and in yourselves is an example would you not see a surah number?

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Just number 30. here that we have seen, has examples, or has major themes. It covers a third of the sutras of the Quran are covered here. These are the major themes believed in the oneness of Allah, the prophets job is to deliver the message, belief in the unseen, believing in Allah in the profit in the last day means doing all types of good deeds. That's what it means. And finally understanding our nature, our physical nature, and using a man and using the remainder of the Quran to overcome our flaws. That is the theme of the 30th Jews. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to allow us to learn the Quran and to implement it in our lives. We ask Allah to allow us to recite the Quran to act upon it,

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ask Allah to accept from us are a bother in this blessing month. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to

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to allow us to do good after Ramadan is or I mean yellow banana mean, Dr. Amin is having some problems logging in, and our time at 730 is up. So I'm actually going to conclude with that. inshallah, thank you for coming. I really appreciate you all coming again. And inshallah I hope to see you around in more online classes.

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Please stay tuned, two more announcements about what we were planning on doing afterwards. And please feel free to share with me your thoughts and your suggestions, and your kind words and words mean a lot to me. Please do remember me and my family and your guys in these last month of Ramadan. Ask us pasado to unite us all again online and in person in sha Allah and

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that he ultimately unites us all with his beloved prophets of Salaam in paradise amicable, Allah mean, how would you find out what other classes you will find out about it through my Facebook page or on the London Mosque Facebook page as well. Both places you can find

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that Dr. Amin is here, Chef. I mean, are you here? Yeah.

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So perfect timing perfect ending to ship I mean, if you can unmute yourself, please.

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Yes, Angela.

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cedella just finished up so you can please say

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Last Words and make dua inshallah for us, people.

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First of all, I want to encourage everyone who was watching us right now that please please please stick with Shahada he's amazing chef design love him and he has a lot of good things to deliver to the community especially to our beloved children to our beloved youth. So please, it's not this program, he has a lot of programs and programs, the programs, so please stick with him and you will get a lot of benefits in Sharla from share hatch. This is the first thing the second thing that the program that they had in Ramadan which is a reciting the Quran, it's an amazing idea. hamdulillah I have the same thing actually, but with the adult and with the with the many, many people hamdulillah

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and it's a good achievement that we reach the end of the Quran especially when you decide the Quran in front of the chef and he knows the rules and he knows that he is very well and she is one of those people deserve a lot. Hello, may Allah Subhana tada

A Juz A Day (30th): A Third of the Qur’an
Link to the notes: www.tinyurl.com/AJuzADayNotes

This last juz has 37 surahs of the Qur’an (almost a third of the surahs). These are short, rhythmic, impactful and easily retainable surahs.
This juz has the first revelation Al-Alaq (96) and the last complete Surah Al-Nasr (110).

The major themes of the 30th Juz
1) Belief in the oneness of Allah
2) The Prophet’s job is to deliver the message
3) Belief in the unseen
4) Believing = good deeds of all types
5) Humans are fickle and ungrateful

This juz has Surahs of extreme virtues:
– Al-Zilzaal is like ¼ of the Qur’an
– Al-Nasr is like a ¼ of the Qur’an
– Al-Kafiroon is like a ¼ of the Qur’an
– Al-Ikhlaas is like 1/3 of the Qur’an
– Al-Falaq and Al-Naas are for seeking protection from evil and for ruqya
– Al-Ikhlaas, Al-Falaq and Al-Naas are to be recited after every prayer, three times after Fajr and Asr and before sleeping

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