Qur’an for Teens #11 – Jesus, the son of Mary

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inshallah, in this series we've been covering the

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the the story of Allah imraan, right the family of La Emraan. And as recovering the family of La imraan we are going to inshallah, look at how the Quran uses that as a way to reach out to

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the the Christian community and give them the power to call them to Islam. We're also going to see how like what the true message of Islam is, when it comes to our understanding of Isa as a setup. But before we get started, we're going to do a Kahoot Yes, a Kahoot, where we will review all that we have learned in the past little while. And let me share my screen again, for the Kahoot. And there we are, yes. Can you see it now? Hannah? Yes.

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All right, now then, let us get started.

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Okay, so I'm Ron.

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All right, first question. So what is the longest surah of the Quran? True or false?

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And if you're not on the Google, you can just type the answer here. The correct answer, of course is false. What is the longest route of the Quran? Someone can unmute themselves and say it

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for a very good thank you very much. Okay, next question. As your let's see what's who's on the leaderboard, man Hannah. Mashallah.

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How do you pronounce the respondent? Is that right? Yeah, that's right. Okay. And so they might Yes. Okay, very cool. Mashallah, so Damon.

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Sullivan, where are you? So the man? Are you sir. Mr. Jazzy, is that who you are?

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Someone else? Depends on the one. Okay. No problem continuing.

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Early imraan means the family of Enron.

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The answer

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is true. Early Enron the words early Enron mean the family of a moron All right. Very good, Mashallah, we have so demand and what the climbing the leaderboard

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interesting choice of emojis, sort of Iran's main theme is to address the Jews, the pagans, the atheists or the Christians? Who is the main audience?

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And the correct answer is the Christians. Now there are of course, the Jews are also addressed in sort of Iran. Everybody is addressed in every part of the plot, of course, but sometimes in many students, there is one main target audience, okay. And the main target audience in this sort of early Emraan is the Christians and that is because, you know, the surah is named after Enron And as we'll see who Amanda's very shortly,

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All right, next question.

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The name of Allah, Allah Hi, means the one true God the Sustainer the Most Merciful the ever living this is from the first or the second I excuse me of the surah Allahu La Ilaha Illa. Who will hire you for you? Huh?

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What do we get? The correct answer is the EverLiving. Yes. alhaj is the EverLiving. The sustainer would be what would be the Sustainer someone say it out loud for me, please. Are you a human would be the Sustainer The one who keeps everybody alive? Right? I'll hate that one. Whoever who was always going to live and doesn't die.

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People alive and gives death when it's time for them to go. Yeah, go

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next question.

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Who is a medium? Mary imraan Hannah or Jesus?

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This is an easy one. Madame of course is married right? In the Bible she's referred to as Mary and in the Quran in Arabic. Her name is Miriam. Okay.

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All right. Next question. Who is millenniums mother

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Anna or Jesus?

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The correct answer is Hannah. Very good. She is the mother of Medea. is her name mentioned in the Quran like she mentioned by name yes or no people.

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Just say it out loud.

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No, no, correct.

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Her name she's not mentioned by name. Of course she's referenced as the Emirati. I'm Iran, the wife of Iran. Yes. But we know from like other sources, like the books of history and to see that her name was Hannah. All right, next up.

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close game. Who is who is Miriam's father?

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Is that Jesus? Is that Iran? Is it Hannah, or is it married? She can be her father. Like right answer, of course, is a moron. So imraan is the father Hannah is the mother that their child their daughter is Mary Maria. Alright. And of course in this family family of Emraan, who is the son of Miriam?

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That would of course be

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that would of course be

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that would

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address them on accident. Oh, Lord. All right, other one, you might lose your top spot now. It is in fact, Jesus Subhan Allah, that is the family member on okay. I'm Ron and Hannah, you know, are the husband wife, their daughter is Miriam, and their grandson is Isa. But now the interesting thing is their mme let's see,

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Hannah was expecting her child to be a girl. True or false?

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False, she was expecting it to be a boy. And she was expecting this boy to become a monk, someone who dedicates their life to the worship of Allah. But that was not the case. A lot chose the child to be mme. And one an exceptional girl she was.

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Next question.

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My dad got married and had baby Jesus.

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True or false?

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The correct answer, of course, is false. muddiman Islam did not get married. She had, you know, he saw Islam without getting married and without having intimacy with anybody. Okay. So we would say then,

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we would say that the birth of Jesus was a miracle, true or false?

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The Birth of Isa and Islam was definitely most definitely a miracle.

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A highest I switch around the answer boxes, yes, wandering together, right.

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It was definitely the birth of Isa was a miracle. Because Madame la Salam was not touched by a man in the sense she had not had intimacy with any man, not married. Nothing of that nature. His birth was a miracle.

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Unlike anybody else's birth in the history of the world, give

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the people a buddy Israel, he accepted Jesus as their prophet.

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True or false? What do you think we haven't done studying this yet was gonna come up? What do you think they will accept him? yet? You are a prophet. You're from a bunny suit, I am sure we will accept you you call.

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False as you will see, he was rejected by benissa eel they did not accept him as the as their prophet. They were like No, you are not a legitimate you know person. We will not accept you.

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And finally, Jesus was sent to all of humanity dislike Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said this was sent to all of humanity just like Muhammad Al Salam. What do you think people True or false?

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Masha, Allah the correct answer actually is false. Isa Salam was sent to Bani Israel eelde and this is where the difference lies. He and every other prophet before him were sent to only there people to their specific time. There as Mohammed Salah Salaam was sent to all of humanity for all times. Of course he lived in a particular time.

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lived around a certain group of people, but his message was meant for all of mankind for all of humanity for all races of all ethnicities, okay? And that is a difference between him and everybody else people. Okay, let's see the final podium. Okay third place is up the rough man Mufasa Mashallah, good job, man. Second place is set up. And finally first place is

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Hana, Masha. Allah, great job, you all. That is awesome. And really then Mr. The runner runners up there. So very cool. Thank you very much for participating in this in sha Allah. And let's get back now to our study of sort of Iran, as we have discussed, right, it means the family of Ramadan, we talked a spoke about the family tree, we spoke about that the important themes here are the study, like understanding what is true faith and addressing Christians. These are the important, you know, themes of the surah. And of course, addressing Christians in that comes the life of mme and Isa. All right. And then towards the end, all this will be tied together with the Battle of offered, what is

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true faith? How do you live a life of selflessness? How do you live a life where your focus is to worship Allah and worship Allah alone? Yeah, these are difficult things to do. So the Battle of art at the end of this, we'll tie this all together. Now, let us go right. Let us go to discuss Jesus the son of Mary. Yes. Who is Jesus, the son of Mary, Isa, even though Maria mm hmm, let us look at this story. Let me pull out the tab of Theseus. dotnet. Here we are. Okay. Now, as you might recall from the story from what we were talking about, he said SLM, Merriam did not write she

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lived a life of seclusion. She lived like a monk, or you would meet people, she lived like a monk, in the sense that she

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didn't get married, dedicated her life to, you know, worshipping God, and lived a very simple life. So, as she's living this simple life, she is told all Mary, your Lord gives you the good news of a word from him. His name is the Messiah, Jesus, the son of Mary, honored in this world and the next and one of those who are granted the interest of God. Okay? Now, this is how Allah describes Isa Listen up a word from him.

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A word from him. Alright, people I want you to tell me

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does a lot does a word from him.

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mean that Risa

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was what Jesus is the Son of God? Does it mean that true or false?

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False. False, that does not mean that that is false. We don't that that's not the implication. Does calling him a

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just just calling him a word of God, a word from him mean that Jesus is a

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is God's speech that he represents God like he, Jesus represents God.

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What do you think?

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It's a difficult question. But let's see if you understand.

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Yes. What it says yes. Now, you may think that, right? But a word from him is not a word from him is not the same.

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not equal, I don't know how to put not equals is there like a not equal sign? equal? not equal?

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I don't know. We can put not equal like this, okay.

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is not equals to saying

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his word. Okay. linguistically, you wouldn't be able, if I say this is

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a book from me, right? This shows that there's many books and this is one of the books that I have. Yes.

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Are you with me? If I say this is my book.

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Are This is my speech. That means that this is the one that matters or this is the one that is very, very, this is the important one. This is the one that matters over anything else. Are you with me people? So Allah on the calls Isa listen on what he calls him a word from him. Thank you for that sponsor.

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A word from him. He calls him a word from him, not God's word. He doesn't say he's God's word. He said he's a word from him IE he is Isa and SLM.

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Right? Oh, Jesus is a word

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from many of God's words. Now, what does that mean? He's a word from the many of God's words. What does it mean? for Jesus to be a word?

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I'll explain this to you. This is very important. What it means is, he was created from a word from God. Okay, now this is a critical part. How are we created? How are we conceived? Let's put conceive know what conceived means?

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conceived as when you are

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when your mother or any woman becomes pregnant with a child. Okay? Are you with me?

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There's no

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How can Maria Elisa be pregnant with Lisa? If there was no, if there was, there was no intimacy, there was no intercourse.

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It's physically impossible. So she was he was conceived since Madame nslm did not have any intimacy with any men.

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The way Isa was conceived

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was by by what people

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a word from God.

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You know what that word from God is that conceived the cause the conception of a Santa Santa? Do you know that word is?

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Gone? Gone? It's the one in the background right there. You see that?

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Gone via Kuhn. That is the word of God, the word

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from God. Corn, good means what?

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He was how he saw Elisa Lam was conceived. You people You with me? That is what this means. He is a word.

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A word from him?

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Is that clear? People?

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Yes or no? Tell me.

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hamdulillah. This is a very important concept. We don't say that esala salaam represents a lot as in like he is God's word. Right? Because what's God's Word? The speech of God is actually the revelation that he is sent. Right? All revelation for an Torah in Jean. Yes, that's God's word. And can God's word.

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You know, can it be changed? No, right? It's supposed to remain intact. That is an attribute of God. That's who he is. Right? It's like it's an eternal thing. Just like Ally's eternal, his speech is eternal, as always been there. Whereas he said the same as a human being. He is going to be there was a time that he wasn't alive, then a time that he was born. And then there'll be a time as we will see where he is raised from this earth. And he will eventually pass away like a normal human being. So he can't like you know, a human being can't be God's word. Because human beings are not eternal. God is eternal, plus every attribute, everything about God is eternal. His mercy is

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eternal. His love is eternal. His power is eternal. His speech is eternal. You see that? A law is eternal. Human beings are not. That's why a human being cannot be the Word of God. And that's why the Quran is very precise. Me Kelly Martin, a word for

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from him, not Kadima to law, huh? He's not the speech of God. All right?

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You guys are with me with this is a deep point, but I hope you were following, okay. He's called ultimacy the Messiah. But in really what it means is the one who cures with a touch like he was. This was a miracle that Allah gave him as we'll see. He is honored in this world and the next this is how we see a Salah salon, we honor Him, we love him. We think of him as a role model many of us there's many people who are named after Isa, there's many of us who name their, or their kids after him, or his mother or his grandmother, for example, Hannah, and Marie, and these are all names that we find in the Muslim world. Because we like to honor these people through our own kids. This is how

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we see it. We see them as a way, you know, as a prophet of Allah.

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Someone who hate Yeah, okay.

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And that's something that we don't do with any profit. Now. What does the law say about Isa? I want to just

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keep going with the story that the angels come and they say he is going to speak to men in his cradle you call him NASA, Phil Maddy, or Carolyn wamena solea when you speak to men in this cradle, and as a grown man, and be one of the righteous. Okay, so what does it mean to speak in the cradle?

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What does it mean to speak in the cradle? Who knows that

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speaking in the cradle, is like a baby looking the thing? Isn't is newborn reform.

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Ah, as a baby, yeah.

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It speaks as a baby. Okay, interesting. Kicking baby speak normally, No.

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Absolutely not. Babies can even do like game work themselves. I forgot about speaking.

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But Isa lamb is his birth was a miracle. Right? He was conceived as a miracle, born as a miracle. And then as he is born, he speaks now in another part of the Quran. Allah spotlight actually tells us why he speaks. Do you know where where that part in the Quran is where he's like it the first words of Isa Sonam. Does anybody know where they are?

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Take a guess what's the name of the Surah Maryam.

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In surah, Maryam, we find the first words of Isa. His first words are actually very interesting. I want you to tell me, what do you think is the first thing he said? I would say the first thing just just the law. Okay, um, the answer is India below. Okay.

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In fact, that is exactly what it is. His mother was told, don't speak to anybody. Don't speak too fast and Luca, Lima, Lima insia. Care. When you bring your baby Isa to the people, people will say what people will say you have had an affair, right? You have done something that is very, very hot and very bad. Okay. And if Murray Muslim tries to explain that this is a miracle child, people will just laugh at her. So Allah says to her, don't say anything. Now.

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When people are asking her, ah, who is this baby? How did you get this baby? She pointed to the child. The people said, How can we talk to somebody who's a child? Hmm. And then he said Islam speaks as a baby newborn. I want you to imagine what a newborn looks like.

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He said in the arm of the law, I am God's servant. Danielle kitabi. He gave me the book while gr alanine every year and made me a prophet. Well, Jelani, Mubarak and a NEMA Couldn't he has made me blessed wherever I may be. While I was on he was solid. He was a karate modern to hire enjoined upon me prayer and alms giving Zakat is giving charity Maradona. Hi Yah, as long as I'm alive throughout my life

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is he he was told to pray. He was told to give Zakat and charity Hmm, this is the way of all prophets. This is not something that we do only. This is something every prophet was commanded to do. Pray and give charity. pray to Allah and help those who are in need. pray to Allah

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You can, you know, attain the, the blessings of the next life.

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And, and,

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and help those who are in need because those were need.

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They are your way to attain the blessings of this life give.

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Well, Bertram de Waal is a tea he made me beautiful to work toward my mother. While I'm here, Gianni Jabbar on sharqiya he has now made me arrogant or wicked, right?

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We get her is not like, you know, that's wicked, right? More like he's not he hasn't made me evil. And blessed I was I on the day I was born and blessed on the day that I shall die. And on the day I'm raised to life again. He said it sometimes first words, or I am God's servant.

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You see that?

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He spoke to defend his mother. He spoke to tell people that he is a messenger of Allah.

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But before any of that, he said, I am Abdullah, the servant of Allah. And that's the greatest thing a person can be the servant of God, the one who is, you know, worshipping a lot devoted to Allah, that is the greatest thing a person can be.

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And that's the first thing that he says about him about himself. He says Allah, He spoke in the cradle, in an as a baby. And that is a miracle. Right? So if you were to list His miracles, right, let's list the miracles of a side. So now you guys ready?

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His miracles? Okay. A word from him. He was, you know, a miracle birth. Right? miracle.

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and birth. Are you with me people?

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Ah, I didn't see.

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The one who cures this touch? Yes or no?

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Are you in vivo?

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Yes. Okay. He is what else

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honored in this world in the next that's something that, you know,

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you know, and that's not necessarily a miracle per se. But we will add it here. We'll leave it here as like he's honored in this world in the next okay. A miracle of his, his, he shows speak to the people. Mm hmm. And in the cradle, is this a miracle?

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Yeah, totally a miracle, right. This is something nobody.

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Like, this is not something that get Normal.

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Normal child does. That's what a miracle is something that is not.

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It's inexplicable by the normal rules of nature, the normal laws of physics, it breaks it. It's not normal. It's not possible normally for a person to be born, or conceived without intimacy and intercourse. But this is the case. This is the case with Lisa. It's not normal or possible. Normally, for people to cure another person just by touching them. You have to take medicine and the medicine has to take it takes us time. But he said a son would do that. It's not possible for babies

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to speak

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to people communicate with them in you know, full grown up speech, but that's what he did. That's a miracle. What else is his miracle? Huh?

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What else is miracle? Let's see.

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I want you guys to tell me from the translation, take a moment and type out to me.

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The first miracle in this ayah that's listed out

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type it out or see it but before you say just raise your hand so I know you've spotted it. Yeah.

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I'll make it bigger so you can see.

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Ah, very good. Hannah. Spondon. Excellent. We have Ahmed who raised his hand Okay.

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Can you tell us

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I will make a shape of a bird out clay for you and then read into it. And by God sleep will become a living

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Bird amazing,

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perfect. So, creating

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a bird

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creating, what is it the

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a bird from clay. Then Doing what?

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then breathe into it right for unfulfilled fee?

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Right? Breathe,

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breathing into it or blowing into it. And it becomes what?

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Real Life bird is this possible normally, for people to do?

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It is not possible. This is why it's a miracle. A miracle is something that is not possible normally, for people but a prophet does it by the permission of Allah for your Kunal tyronn be easy love by God's leave. This is the key part about miracles people, it is by the permission of Allah only that, you know, it's like the rules of the world. Everybody has to follow the one who gets to make an exception from those rules. Allah is the one who makes it. And he gives that exception to his profits so they can show to people that there are real profit. They're not like, you know, you know imposters, they are really someone who's speaking on behalf of God. That's why Allah would give

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miracles. It becomes a real live bird. Okay, now another

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another one. What's the next one here in this ayah?

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Hmm. Swanton says very good. He's got an answer there

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about brings

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to life

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that would be the other one after but there's one before that you have the one

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heal the blind very good. I will heal the blind and the leper by God's leave I will heal the blind and the leper. What is

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I think you all know what a what a someone who's blind is right.

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Right. Yes or no? Blind is somebody who cannot

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cannot see correct

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yes or no?

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People Is that okay? Now? The anybody know the word in Arabic for blind

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Ummah is the word for blind usually. Okay, good.

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All right, is the word ama in the ayah.

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No, Maha bourassa that's the part of the

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ochman aka Maha abrazo the word that the Quran uses

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a comma. Are you with me vivo? Yes. That's the word the Quran uses for the blind. So this is a tangent goodbyes. Remember tangents? Right? Yes. Okay, I'm gonna go on a tangent here. This is our tangent.

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Or ons, bronze word, choice. How does the word How does the Quran uses words? It's very important thing. Tangent for a study. Okay. So the word in Arabic normally for blind is arama.

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It's in the plan as well write

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some book monami and for whom layer g rune for example. Okay.

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For some mahoma autohome in that other pieces of Quran. This is something

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that the Quran uses Arma. Okay. The word

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the word in this ayah is

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Maha. Are you with me?

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All right, Maha. What does a comma mean? Okay. So what we'll do is, I'm going to show you this dictionary.

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Hold on, where's my dictionary? I had it open. Right How to do.

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Let me find it for you guys. Hold on.

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All right. Here is a very interesting file.

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I'm going to show you I'm going to scroll down

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to the entry where it says a coma You with me?

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hold on let me find it

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all right, I found it

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All right, ready people this is such a cool thing.

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Oh, unfortunately one of the scan documents or Ctrl F doesn't work.

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But good suggestion is

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okay. A comma ha the word Hmm

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It's root letters in Arabic are gaff meme and her calf me meant

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Look at what says blindness from birth

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to come into darkness to be born blind. Hmm. Dust covering the sun. This is a word. You know this from this route you can in all Arabic you have words that describe if there's like a sandstorm or something that covers the sun. It's like, you're in a state of blindness. Yeah.

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A coma ha

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occurs twice in the Quran.

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And both times it occurs in the Quran. It occurs in the story of a very Salah Sarah. Okay, him talking about his miracles, or Allah speaking about his miracles. Right? And what is it? The one was born blind and with sealed eyelids. Ah, you see that? This is somebody who is not like anybody who's blind.

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What's the difference? What's the difference? means like someone who was born blind, and diamonds like someone who got blindness over time, right? a coma is somebody who is born blind. And in fact, in this case, as a dictionary tells us with sealed eyelids, like their eyes don't even open.

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is someone who could see but lost their eyesight. Do people who lose their eyesight? Do they regain their eyesight through like a natural process? Like an operation or something? Is it possible? Yes. If it's the blindness is not very severe. Like if it's some dust probably, huh. In fact, you can actually help recover many people's eyesight. Okay.

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When they lose their eyesight, even to the point of blindness, you can help recover them by, you know, laser surgery, or maybe you have a cataract or something. It can be cured.

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But this, someone who was born blind with sealed eyelids, that is not cured.

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That is actually something that

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like, there's no it's not possible for them to be given their site. So Allah only twice uses this word.

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Only twice. And both times that he uses this word Acoma Ha. He uses it to describe who

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they the miracle of a salesa that this was not any like the he wasn't a doctor people. He wasn't a

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a doctor. He was someone who was a prophet of God. Here's a second instance of it.

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Same exact Jesus, the son of Mary, remember my favorite to you and your mother, huh? you heal the blind. Here a coma ha second instance of it. Only two places using the Quran last month on wants to tell us. This is not someone who was like a really amazing doctor. No, he was a prophet.

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And he had miracles

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and miracles and this was his miracle. And that is

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is highlighted by the choice of words how precise the choice of word is, and how precise that Allah never uses that word in the Quran. Except for Isa.

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Isn't that cool?

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Yeah, that's pretty cool if you think about it

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now and the last one that's in this ayah is, I will bring the dead to life.

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I will bring the dead to life. Of course, this is like

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also, by God's leave, by God's permission.

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All of these are by God's permission. This is the key part, but he doesn't. And these are his miracles, the Quran lists, okay. Also, what he did was he told the people of Israel, Bani Israel you that I have come to make lawful for you something that was forbidden to you.

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I am here to make something halal. That was haram before. Do you think this was a problem? For the people of bunnies? Are you?

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Yes or no?

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Would they have a problem with this?

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They had a problem with it. Yes. Yes, indeed. They were like who are you to change the law of Moses.

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And that is why what did they do? Did they support him or not? Yes or no.

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They did not support him. Right? They did not support him. They in fact wanted to to kill him.

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As they're trying to kill him. He saw Islam

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recognize that is like yes, this is gonna be the case. These guys are gonna come after me. He asked the people who is going to help me man I'm sorry in Allah. The disciples there are some people who followed him is that we will be your helpful helpers or Isa now is nslm is they schemed?

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They here is the buddy israa is they schemed. They wanted to do what they wanted to assassinate Isa or not assassinate. Throw him to the ruler. So the rural can assassinate him because they were living under the Roman Empire. Okay.

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We'll allow that to happen.

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A lot smarter intervenes. And he says no. Oh, Jesus, I shall take you to me. I will raise you up to me. And she'll clear you of the bad things that the disbelievers are saying about you. And please, those who follow you above those who deny the truth until the day of judgment.

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Then to me You shall all return and I will judge between you regarding your disputes. Okay, in the motor vehicle, our offie ruca illa. Allah says, I will take you to me, I shall raise you to me. Hey, so another one of his miracles is he was raised to Allah while alive from this world.

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You wouldn't be able?

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Did he dies? He didn't. He's a

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slum die.

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He didn't die. The answer is no. Because one of his miracles that Allah says is the Rafi ruka. ILA year, I'm going to raise you to me.

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All right. What does that mean? If he didn't die, he must be alive, right?

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But he's not in the world. He is with a lot in, in the hidden in Oh, he's above the world. He's in the in the in the in the semi was in the sky, okay.

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That means that he will be returned back alone, we'll send him back to the world where he will live and die like a normal human being. But at that moment when they were trying to kill him and kill him by putting him on the cross and crucify him. Allah, Allah made sure that that did not happen.

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Okay. And that was something that is highlighted as one of the miracles of ERISA. Right. You may say, Well, how is this possible? How can a person be raised

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To Allah while alive from this world. Well, he's the one who would look at all this other miracles bring the dead to life. He'll the born blind, yes.

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And the leper, create a bird spoke to as a baby, the one who cures with this touch, a word from God conceived as a miracle. Is this if all of this has happened to him? Is this that much more inconceivable in that much more difficult?

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Of course not. No, this is the point. This is what allows you notice this is why this is mentioned here. Allow us to make us understand that this was a truly miraculous human being from his birth, to the point where he was temporarily removed from the world. And he's gonna come back he's gonna come back as we find in authentic

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statements in the salon and also referenced in the Quran, or in the hula Elmo Lissa T for that I'm gonna be here, he's gonna come back, right around the time the world is going to end. Before the Day of Judgment, he will be back and he will when he's back, he is going to live and die like a normal human being worshipping Allah following the, the Sunnah of the Prophet says Allah, not coming back as a messenger with a new message, no, coming back as one of the Muslims. And that's an amazing, amazing incident that will take place in the future. Okay, now.

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I'm sorry. Um, yes. He's supposed to come back to slay the jungle. Yes, yes. So his return towards the end of time is going to be, you know, as a counter, right?

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To that, yes.

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Good question.

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Now, a last model after he speaks about this, look at what he says in massala. Isa in the law, he commissary Adam, Jesus in the sight of God is like Adam. Hmm.

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He created him from dust. And then he said, Be and he was, you see, they were both.

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You know, in the eyes of God, they're both, you know, you know, exceptional, either Melissa was exceptional, because he had no mother or father. Yes.

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He said his son was exceptional, because he had no father. Are you with me? Both of them were created miraculously.

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And then said to him, corn, fire Kuhn. You see, that couldn't be and he was that's the word, a word from God. In a way, that is how other medicine was. That is how he said Islam is now after this, the point of this whole thing is Allah subhanaw taala is inviting the Christians, right? inviting the Christians. So now Allah invites the Christians I am number three and number 64 of surah. Three when I finish at two o'clock show in a in a couple of minutes. So right now I need a volunteer.

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I need a volunteer. Who does that? So hey, volunteer. Follow me. Okay. You want to read the Arabic? Yeah, the man so have you read the English?

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Okay. All right. Go ahead.

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Oh, yeah.

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Rita Haru tala Lena Kalimantan Salam been an hour being calm. Allah Allah Allah wa ba, ba, ba, ba, ba ba ba ba on Alibaba mundo en La Fenix our love

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Yeah, thank you, Ron is very good.

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So hey, okay. Say people have the book, it's two o'clock come to a word common to us, that we shall worship none but God, and that we shall associate no partner with him. And that none of us shall take others beside God for lords and if they turn away say bear witness that we have submitted to God.

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Awesome. Here after telling the story of Isa Salaam to the Christians. Ah, what does the law say? As you say, you guys are you guys suck? You guys are so bad and this and that. No.

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He says all people

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The book Xl keytab this is a way to honor them, your people have the Scripture, Allah has honored you.

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Come to a common word.

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Right, let's, let's talk about what's common between us. We love Isa you love Lisa. Right?

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We all say Allah is the only one where do you worship? And you say the same thing. Right? You say Allah is also worthy of worship, and only and this is actually the Christian belief as well. Thou shalt not worship, you know, anyone but God, look at the 10 commandments. You know, the 10 commandments in the Bible, the first of them is,

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that is it.

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You shall have no other gods before me, we shall not make idols. So these things, right, are something we all agree on. A learner with a lower lambda sugar being shaken, that we worship done by God, and that we associate no partner with him.

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Let us come to a common understanding or people, we both love Risa. We only want to worship Allah. So why are we worshiping a human being? Hmm? Do you see how nicely Allah sparkler brings them close together? But now there's also a twist in this. What is the thing that's common between us, the Christians and the Jews? Who is the common link between all of us? Which person?

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Which person?

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so easily Islam we love him as a prophet. The Christian say he's a he's a deity. He's the Son of God. The Jews reject him. They say he's not anything.

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Ah, the answer is,

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is Ibrahim alayhis. Salam. He is the common word between all of us, is any. We all love him. We all you know, associate ourselves to Him. Is it him? That's why the next is speaks about Ibrahim on Islam.

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What Allah is seeing is as follows. He's saying all people have the book. Let's come to common terms. What is common terms? Ibrahim alayhis salam, he is common.

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Our desire to worship Allah alone. That's common.

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Let's look at how Ibrahim worshipped Allah. Did he say a human being the son of God? Did he say that we have to go through people to get to God? No, Ibrahim was the one who honey from muslimah he was the one who worshipped Allah alone. maka Magana Ibrahim we owe the new Alana Sania, he was neither Jew nor Christian, he was hanifa Muslim and the one who surrendered himself to God that is how that is who we want to be. Let us all come together and be that this is how Allah addresses the Christians in the in the Quran. Hmm, this is the address out to the Christians and the life of Miriam and Isa. It starts by talking about this is the key point you guys. It starts by talking

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about the beautiful things that we all agree on.

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And then we say okay, let's come to common terms. Let's figure out how we can build from that common ground. You see how nice the alas pronto is inviting the people to Islam. This is a beautiful message. I hope that you guys appreciate a little bit of the of the of this inshallah and I will see you all next week Israelite Allah doc malo, Helen. So Hanukkah llama behandling Alicia de la la lanterna Sephora to be like salam wa aleikum wa rahmatullah.