Ramadan 2021 – A Juz A Day #16 Trials and Tribulations of life

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Allow him in a shaytani r rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim al hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. He was early he was having a lot of shock. He said he was in the military of campo de la pena, TNF Antonio Hasina or Phil. ferati Hassan. Okinawa now salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah he warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu. Welcome everybody to adjust the day. Today we are studying the 16th Jews of the Quran. The 16th Jews of the Quran begins at

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number 75 of surah. Allah have an ends with the end of sort of Baja. So it is 1875 to the end of surah. Taha it is, it includes the last part of the the 18th jizz. includes the

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excuse me includes the last part of the 18th Surah Surah, half, it includes the entirety of Surah 1920s, or 19 is Surah Maryam, named after Maryam, the mother of a Saudi Salaam and Surah Taha is named after the first two, the first verse, and the first two words that were that are part of that Surah Taha, the two disjointed letters, and that sutra is largely about Prophet Musa alayhis salam, and the challenges he faced and the adversities that he overcame, the this entire jizz you can look at from the lens of this one theme that unites it all witches, the trials and tribulations of life, the trials and tribulations of a faithful life you're living as a person who is faithful, that

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brings with the trials and tribulations. Some of this is by, you know, just just what life is all about. Some of these are as a consequence of your Eman as a consequence of your faith. And both of those the believer is to tell is to,

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you know, go through them and navigate them with the guidance of the Quran, the light of the Quran, and by the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala. Okay, let us pick up from speaking about, let's pick up from Ayah number 50 of surah. Half we're gonna backtrack a little bit to the previous juice, and pick up from there to speak about the story of you know, the tribulations of life that Soraka have mentioned. Okay. It mentions the tribulation of the following the true religion and we spoke about that, when we spoke about the young youth of the cave, okay, it spoke about or speaks about the law having mutton luxury, and money and how money and luxury can be a big test and big trial. This is

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actually from IRA number 32. to iron number 46. This, this is the second story of Soraka half. Okay, the third story of Soraka have is a story of a police. So an IRA number 50 game. The fourth story is a story of Musa iron number 60. And the fifth story in this surah is the story of the Carnaval, we'll talk about in a little bit I had number 83. So the story of the luxury, a luxury and money is a trial for people. Number 32. I encourage you to read that on your own. It's quite, you know, self explanatory, but the idea is, we should be aware that the luxuries that we enjoy the pleasures that we have in life, they could also become a test of our devotion for commitment and they should not

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become as such, we should be wary of that. Okay, this one is an interesting one. This is the story of at least and what it demonstrates is the trial of knowledge and status, at least had knowledge he had a statue, a stature that he enjoyed. He was the highest ranking non Angel right. And he enjoyed that so much that that became a source of that became a trial for him. Right, let's get this Julie Adam Mufasa Dwyer 50. And he said to the angels prostrate yourselves before Adam, all prostrate themselves except Satan Gan Elgin, he was one of the jinn, this is explicit in the Quran. But first of all, I'm the lobby he he disobeyed his Lord's command.

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This is the the test that he experienced, was off. He he was tested in his

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the thing that was dear to him with was his stature. And he was tested by that and he failed. That test gave a lot of dimensions. That about him. He also mentioned that

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there is no reason for him to continue to have that stature. Allah is the one who gave him the knowledge in the first place. I did not call them to witness at the creation of the heavens of the earth. Call them to witness

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At the creation of the heavens and the earth, nor at their own creation, I don't take my helpers, those who lead others astray The idea is whatever knowledge it believes enjoyed was given to him by Allah. It's not like he had some special,

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something so special that would make him immune to the commands of a loved one to make an immune from the, the, the, the, the, from following the commands of Allah. He had nothing of that. It's not like he was present witnessing as low as creating the heavens and the earth he was not that special. But the, the love of fame and the the the sweetness of being importance got to his head, God has had an led to his downfall. The contrasting example is iron number 60 of musala. Okay, he is presented as a contrast these two stories are they serve as a contrasting example Iblees he acquired knowledge he gained stature and that led to his downfall. mussalam acquired knowledge he gained stature one of

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the greatest prophets, the one will last spoke to directly but that made him more humble that made him more eager to be a devoted servant of Allah that made him more eager to learn I number 60 says with Allah musante Fatah vous la abraha Abu gamma Alba harini Oh, I'm the hobo recall. recall how Moses said to his servant, I shall not give up until I reach the place where both seas meet, even if it takes me years okay? fella Marbella. majima Albania Hema.

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When he at last they came to the land where the two seas met, they forgot their fish, and it swiftly made its way into the sea. By Lambada was Apollo Lee Fatah who it Nevada and after they passed the place, Moses set his young companion, bring us our morning meal, we have indeed been fatigued by this journey. He replied, did you not see, do you see when the rock was resting? When, when we were resting by the rock that I forgot the fish? Satan made me forget, forget it. So I did not mention it. It made its way to the sea in a miraculous way. All of the alchemical gnabry Moses said that, that is what we were looking for. So they went back the way they had come. Okay, quick question

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here. Is my screen clearly visible to the people?

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Because last time, I think it was like a split screen and whatnot. Is it clearly visible? Can you see the Quran on right, and you can see the transition in Java.

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Okay, thank you very much. All right. I don't want to all right, perfect. hamdulillah. I don't want to sometimes zoom has like the settings it keeps flipping back and forth. Sometimes I'm tweaking some settings, and maybe I mess up something. If that is the case, please do remind me immediately. Joseph molfetta. Alright, here is musasa. What's this? What's the story behind this? This passage, Muslim Islam was told by Allah, Allah that there is a man who is more knowledgeable than you are Moses, you need to go and seek Him. Okay, I need to go and learn from him. And the way you will go find him is you will take us a fish. And the fish this is fish. Obviously, when you take the fish

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out of water, it dies correct. You take this fish, but when you reach the point where you're going to meet this man, the fish will spring back to life and enter the sea. Okay.

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That's what Musa Musa is traveling. And if I first says as you notice in the previous page here, it says, I'm going to keep traveling, I'm going to go to this place majima Alba in the place where the two seas meet. That's what Allah told him. That's where you find this man is like, I'm gonna do this, even if it takes me years, meaning I will go and seek this man and learn from him. Even if it takes me years and years. This is the attitude of humility. The prerequisite of learning is humility. And that's what mozzarella Sam is demonstrating. But more on that in a little bit. Now, when they reach there, they forgot that they

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forgot to pay attention to the fish the fish sprung up and went in the sea. But then eventually, they were able to figure out or walk back to that place. This is an interesting little detail. The Quran mentions, right very interesting detail. Like what's the deal? Why doesn't like the Quran, just pick up from here, if I watch at the abdomen, ibrd. Now, I in number 65, they found one of our great Sherman's to whom we have granted our mercy and had given a knowledge from ourselves. And then Moosa starts to speak to him, why not pick up the conversation from it? What's the point of telling us about musala salaam, traveling, miss his his young companion, his servant, forgetting.

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Then they walk back to the place, the wisdom Allahu Allah. Allah knows the

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Full wisdom. But wisdom is when you work with people, that's also a trial. That's such a test of life. It's a test of patience, right? You feel like you can do something. And when you do something, you feel that you could do it exactly how it should be done. But then you delegate it to somebody, sometimes you wonder if it was more efficient for me to do it, then teaching this person how to do it. Because it is still doesn't get done, right? Sometimes you have to wonder, right? But this is life, life has not lived individually, and you just do everything by yourself. And you know, that's it. No Life is about also, you know, training people and working with people and being patient with

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people. And most of us Alam is being patient with this young man. This young man in the Quran doesn't mentioned in this passage. But the books of the scene mentioned that this young man his name was you shall be known or as known in the Bible, Joshua, and he was the next leader of bernisa L. And he will be the man who will lead Bani Israel to the promised Promised Land of Jerusalem, we see. So most of the restaurant is spending his time you know, training this young man, okay. And being patient with this young man's mistakes, and this is a lesson for us, you know, it's an interesting thing to consider that when you are, it's part of life to be able to do that, to be able to work

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with people. And, and, you know, bring them along, so to say, okay, for today, I thought he was also very interesting. They went back the way they came. And this is often sometimes what happens. You're going to do something good. You lose your way. Don't worry, Husein son lost his way to anyway, he went back and found the spot. This is not like, Don't think that if you're doing something good, and you know, some difficulties come in the way of that good. All of a sudden, maybe God doesn't want me to do this good. No, no, this is maybe a loss mother wants to see how really serious you are and committed you are in doing that. Good. Right. And that is what perhaps is another wisdom of this m

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across us. And by the way, is an interesting word. Also us from the word kisser, which is a story. But it's used here to describe them retracing retracing their footsteps. That's exactly what a story is supposed to be. And the Quran stories are meant to be, you don't just retrace your body, you put yourself in their shoes, try to learn from the protagonists experience and the lessons and that's, you know, that's what the story was what Allah expects of us when he tells us a story in the Quran. Okay, now musasa lamb meets this man.

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Last month, it says, Our servants whom we had granted our mercy, and given in knowledge from ourselves, the Quran is not doesn't make it clear if this person is a profit or not. However, in fact, it is.

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You know, and this is a debate between scholars, this man of profit or not, but it seems like Well, I have to touch Adobe, no more to heliyon bawana for

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like, the scholars say that the the idea itself is lending evidence to the fact that he was a prophet because what he's going to do, cannot be done just by intuition or by just mere experience. He's clearly acting on revelation. Okay, so if he's clearly acting on revelation, clearly that man's a prophet, he's not just, you know, something, just a good man. Okay? And the fact that Allah says, We taught him and gave him mercy, that again, gives credence to that the man's name is the Quran doesn't mention it, but the Hadith mentioned his name. Okay. And the majority of scholars actually say that he was a prophet will lawanna Okay, but the point of the story is musala Sunnah, okay, what

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is musala Islam's attitude. He says, Hello, Allah and to eliminate me Mara limited rooster. Moses said to me, I follow you, so that you may guide me by what you have been taught. Contrast this with the example of a police Moosa has status. Moosa has knowledge Iblees had status in police had knowledge, but the knowledge of a police made him arrogant, the knowledge of Moosa made him humble, and that is what true knowledge is supposed to be. That's what true growth is when you learn the true sign of growth is you have mature and become humble, not more full of yourself. That is when most of that time is demonstrating. He didn't grow up together and say, Hey, you know who I am? I am

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Moses, God spoke to me. I defeated the Pharaoh. I am this I am that Okay, tell me what you have of the knowledge. That's not how he was talking to me. Hello, is like can I follow you around? can I learn from you at your convenience? Look at the amazing advocates that this great prophet is demonstrating Ali Salah, okay, now Okay, that says you can't you won't be able to bear it. It's going to be too much for you. Okay, Moses, and he says How can you bear it because

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You don't know why I'm doing what I'm what I'm doing. Moosa says certegy duni insha Allah who saw a bit on you will find me patient and I will not disobey you in anything. Okay?

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Because there says, Okay, there is a condition the condition is if I do something, if you're going to follow me, don't ask me about why I'm doing something until I tell you about it. Okay? Before we move on important, important note, Heather is going to do things that are not condoned in the religion. We don't, the point of the story is not to say, Okay, this is fine to do. Okay, this is not in any way, the point of the story.

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This is historical details of people of the past. And when Allah mentions historical details of people in the past, it's not always everything they did is acceptable, okay? It is that there is a lesson to be learned from their story. And what they did is not especially a prophet that did something in the past is not to be exactly replicated in our times today, okay. In the after the coming of the Prophet promises or the right what is to be done is what the boss dumped on us, but the morals of what they did is what we are trying to acquire. that's point number one. Point number two is also hidden here. Please understand, he is not he's acting like in this story, he is acting

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like the angel of death. He is acting like a agent from Allah subhanaw taala. Right. If last month I was to send, you know, in Angel of Death to take someone's soul. That's exactly what Hitler is acting like right now in this circumstance, because anything else he would be committing the most heinous crimes, okay? And he's doing this again, as we will see, not on his accord, but by the command of Allah by the command of God. Okay, that caveat that

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that disclaimer, let's start. Three things happen. Number one, they set out fun Takahata rocky Buffy Safina they boarded a ship and as they bought a ship, Heather made a hole in it. Most of the slime is outrage Allah

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Allah, have you made a hole in the boat to drown in it drown the people in it? What a terrible thing. You've done a dreadful thing because

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this is exactly what you would expect of a moral person to be outraged when he sees something like that. But again, like I told you and what mutualism is also maybe forgetting in his zeal for the truth is hidden is not acting as a human right now is acting as an agent of God. Okay, like as if Allah has sent a wind and the wind caused it to crack the ship to crack okay. So that says, Did I tell you Did I not tell you that you will not be able to bear with me patiently? And upon luck in the calendar study? I'm Maria sobre mosaic Kala to actively manage cities I forgot. Sorry, okay. I forgot I forgot. Please don't take me to task for what I forgotten. And this is important. People

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should get second chances. And feather gives us a second chance to move up as well after hitting him in emri orosa don't go hard on me. Right? For what I've done. You know, I it was a truly I was, it was a moment of forgetfulness. Don't take me to task for it. And that's good. That's how it should be if someone forgets they shouldn't be like penalized for it. They should be given a second chance Mosley gets a second chance from Takahata dolla, dolla dolla they traveled on, they met a young boy and the man killed him. Most of them cannot bear this, all our cotton tenascin is a key item be riding on silica cache and lucra. Have you slain an innocent person without having his without his

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having slain anyone? Meaning Have you seen someone that doesn't deserve to die? Indeed, you have done a terrible thing. And again, the idea of doesn't deserve to die is that that justice is served, you know in like due process, okay. Particularly in Islam. There is no vigilante justice has been served in due process. Alright, that says I'm akula in Atlanta, Dr. Maria, Sabra, this is where the juice begins. Okay, number 75. They don't tell you that you will not be able to have any patience with me almost.

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Moses like, well, if I was to ask about anything else after this, you don't have to accompany me, right? You're you've I you have. I've run out of excuses. You're right, you're right. I've run out of excuses. Okay. That gives him one more chance. On talakad. The third thing they went on until they came to a town, they asked its people for food, but we refuse hospitality. This was like, and this is like a pourraient back in the date. Right? Because back in the day, if a traveler came to your town, there's no hotels that they can go check in. Right? They would actually see hospitality with the people, right? They will go to like the center of the town and be like, Hey, I'm a guest.

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And someone would be like, okay, I'll take care.

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Have you on or whatnot? Okay? That's how it used to be. But these people were so, so disgusting and vile that yes, they came from out of town, they wouldn't even even give them food, or you're essentially leaving them to starve him. That's how terrible these people were. All right.

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For Roger Duffy had you data you read the comma now in this town full of these kind of stingy people, they found a wall in the town, which was about to fall down his companion for a comma who buttressed it, meaning he fixed it up.

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Moses said, No [???], let the Hata Allah he actually He's like, if you want, or if you if you want, had you wish, you could have demanded a payment for your labors. He's like, these guys aren't even giving us food, which is the basic decency, you would expect. And here you are giving them free labor. You can have asked them for the money at least right? In the spirit of being, you know, fair. Heather says this is that you and I must part company.

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That's it easy. They will ask him why but this is now what this is what happens when you run out of excuses. Have you pushed your luck too many times. Now, a small little thing like to say the straw that breaks the camel's back, this was the straw that broke the camel's back. Alright. So he says, I will tell you why I did what I did. Hmm. He says number one, that ship belong to some poor people who used to make the living at the sea, okay. And I wanted to damage it. Because there was a king coming behind that was seizing every boat by force. So now when he sees a broken or damaged ship, he might be interested in seizing it. So this calamity saved them from a bigger calamity. That's the

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lesson. Sometimes calamities in life will save you from a bigger calamity later on in life. That's the story. But that's the lesson of the moral of the story. In the metode you Heather is acting like an agent of God here, right? an agent of God came and did this the ship, it's a calamity. They're like we're gonna sink but they're working, you know, diligently to fix it. But that calamity prevented them from a bigger calamity which was their boat getting seized and then being enslaved probably. Okay.

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So that is the thing about mobile American Abu Mohammed en casa Sheena your HIPAA, Houma. tobyhanna cofra. The second thing that's for the young man, the boy, his parents were believers, and we feared that he would trouble them by rebellion and denial of truth. So we wanted their Lord to replace him with someone purer than him, and more compassionate, okay, this boy was, again, as I said, Hitler is acting like the angel of death, it took this boy's life. Now, this is the thing this is an unspeakable tragedy for the parents, they just lost a child. But sometimes in that there is some wisdom.

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Not to be little, this is a very difficult thing. any parent who's lost a child, trust me, this is you know, I'm speak for experienced, this is not an easy thing to bear. Okay? But Allah has always has a plan, always has a plan. And this is the thing we trust Allah with, even in the darkest moments that we have, in our lives, the deepest source that we suffer, Allah always has a plan. This is what the problem that he had, he lost six of his children, seven children, he had a total six of them died when he was still alive. Three of his boys died in infancy all three of them came.

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This is, you know, this loss and tragedy. It's not like it's only reserved for like, you know, this person or that person the problem experienced it, I think far more than the vast majority would ever would. Right? And what did you teach us he taught us in the line Allah tomorrow in no call Bella has an eye is overflowing with tears. And the heart is extremely grieved. But we only say what pleases our Lord. That is how the believer is to be. The idea here of this thing of the story is this was a boy that Allah wanted to Allah test in this family were taking away their child, but Allah Papa would reward them with their patients for their patients by giving them another child who would be

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better and pure for them. Okay? So this is sometimes the thing sometimes you lose something. This is the moral of the story, the point number two, sorry, number two, you lose something. And you mean see that that's the end of the line. There's nothing good that can come from this. And there's nothing good that can come after it because of the emotion in the in the moment, but a lost part that wants us to realize that there is something good that can be come that can come afterwards. A lot can replace what he's what you've lost with something better trust Him and He will do so. Okay. And number three.

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Is that too young, the two orphans whose father was a righteous

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Man, okay, in the middle of this evil city, there was a righteous man, and who had who passed away tragedy, right. But these two young men, or these two young orphans, had a treasure that their father had left behind, and buried it for safe safekeeping under that wall. And then Hitler made sure that it remained buried, so that when they came of age, they can dig up the treasure, as a mercy from him, because had the treasure been discovered this evil beggar would have taken it and these two orphans would have been left with nothing. So this was a loss protection and the moral of this story is, Allah is popular, even the middle of evil, right, or very disgusting, vile people

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illustrata will protect the good people who are there. Right. And even if the good people pass away, Allah will take care of their families, he will do so he will find He will make means to take care of the family of the righteous even after they have passed away. Ramadan Arabic has a mercy from him. These are three stories that we learned from the story of Musa and Heather, three morals, very powerful stories, all them around trials and tribulations of life. The point is when Allah tests us and takes away something, or we suffer a tragedy, there is a wisdom and Allah is testing us to see if we trust his, his, his wisdom, and we trust him. And if you are patient, Allah will replace some

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that will be lost in this dunya and most definitely in the next life that that tragedy will bring about, you know, lots and lots of goodness, not that we ask for tragedy This is an important thing we don't ask her like Yo, Allah. Try me. We don't do that. Right. But when we only ask Allah for health and well being and protection game, only that we don't ask Allah for trials and tribulations. But if Allah sends trials and tribulations our way we say to Allah, Allah, we trust you because you know what you're doing. And we are, you know, physical, emotional beings. The last story is the story of Luca nine, a very complex story. I actually have a lot of notes about Luke or nine.

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But it's a complicated story about a man of power and authority. Okay, it starts from i 83, and goes to iron number 98. You know, we as alone as aluna, Angelica nine cosa que la caminho dechra. I will tell you an account of him. This is an ambiguous story by design. Why is this an ambiguous story by design? Because the people of Makkah, when before Soraka was revealed, they were quizzing the prophets of Salaam, about, you know, a few aspects to verify whether he was a true prophet and those aspects they had gotten from the the Jewish community in Medina, okay. They went to Medina, asked

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Jewish rabbis, Okay, tell us something to ask a beaut of the cave, ask him about the soul and ask him about the nine, the man who had power and authority, okay. Asking about these things. The prophet SAW them, when he was asked, he replied out tomorrow.

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And he didn't say, sha Allah. And then the revelation didn't come tomorrow, it actually was delayed by a number of days. So people were laughing at him. But those who were interested in the answer were like, if he is a true prophet, he would never bring about this embarrassment to himself. He the fact that he doesn't speak until he has gotten Revelation says that there is something real about this. And then of course, the Quran was revealed and spoke about the PDU to the cave.

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The story of the soul was in the previous surah. And then there's little canon is the final story of this chapter. Right? And in this one, it's it's ambiguous because the it's something that is a response to the Jewish community, something perhaps in the Jewish scriptures that they felt that they had, and the Quranic narrative is, you know, pointing to or answering what those things are. Okay, the whole Lhasa. The summary of this story is this is a man who was established in the land and had means to achieve all things. So he had the ultimate power and the ultimate authority and his ultimate power and ultimate authority did not make him a tyrant. It made him into a righteous man.

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Okay. And this is the that that is the lesson from the story of little Kinane. You know, he would act righteously he even supported people who needed support Bala mama can if he you know be higher, right, my Lord has given me is better than any tribute he wanted. These people wanted to pay him to build a wall to protect them against goggan Magog, okay, and he says I don't need your money. I am 95 mama Can you be euro beehive, but what my Lord has given me is better than anything you can offer me I have enough money. I have the power and the

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authority from Allah I have you know I've been blessed by a law I don't need your money but helped me with labors. And that is exactly what this people did. So this was the point of this story is here is a man who despite all the good despite you know having absolute power, it did not corrupt him is not make him a tyrant and that's a rare thing there are very few kings in the world in the history of the world that were like this though that is an experience for them and a lesson I'm Solomon is one of them. Though call nine is one of them, people who had ultimate power authority, but they were not corrupted by that power and that is also a test power is a test. Knowledge and

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status is a test money in luxury is a test and the following the true religion is a test and those are stories that are covered in Soraka have this is perhaps the reason why the problem said that the person who recite Sorrell calf on Friday, they are given a divine light by Allah subhanaw taala until the next Friday, right? And this is perhaps the reason why because it's a reminder of the trials and tribulations. So that can have concludes with a very beautiful conclusion. After heisey Bella De Luca, follow on number 102 and you're talking to everybody man dooney earlier, to those who didn't know the truth thing they can take make my servants patrons instead of me, we have reserved

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hell as a lodging for those who deny the truth. Should I tell you all hell no not be bill, Serena Marella Should I tell you of those who's who will lose the most through their actions. Those whose efforts have been wasted in the life of the world while they thought they were doing good. They are the ones who deny their Lord science cafaro will be it Robin they rejected. They received the science of the Lord and the rejected weather these signs are in the scripture or the signs are in the creation or the signs or from their innate moral compass that reject them, when they call he and they reject any accountability. meeting with him is accountability. That life is just about this

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life. And the off they go for habito Dharma loom their words are in vain. Their work doesn't count for anything on the Day of Judgment what they did in this world is for this world, for the Day of Judgment, we will not give any weight to those actions. And that is their their their reward that will be their repayment because they denied the truth. And they made adjust of my signs and my messengers, but the believers on the other hand in the Medina Avenue I'm in Osaka, those who believe and do good works. She'll have gardens of Paradise for their abode, Paulina fee, Hala buena and Jorge wala, they shall dwell in it forever. Desiring no change. This is Oh, beautiful, desiring no

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change. This is one of the greatest feelings you can ever have. There, you're so happy and content. You don't want to change someone's has overcome, let's go into a better place. You'd say I have no need to go to a better place. I'm so happy here.

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That is the contentment you get in paradise. Even if married, someone says Come, let's go to a better place in paradise you will say no hamdulillah I am very, very happy here. I have absolutely zero desire to change, or, or firfer to leave my place and to go to some other place because I'm so happy here the ultimate happiness, contentment, the ultimate satisfaction and peace without any fear without any ill feelings. That's the the law describes the emotions you feel in Paradise, more than the materialistic pleasures because those frankly, are hard for us to conceptualize. But the emotions we can conceptualize, and that is what paradise represents. And I everyone on her will know

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ganahl Bahama, Nikola Tesla, we tell them if the ocean became an ink for writing the words of my Lord, surely the ocean would be exhausted before the words of my Lord came to an end. Even if

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even if we were to add another ocean to it. That's how deep the words of Allah our own enamel and our shadow mythical, I am only a human being like yourselves. You have Elijah, it is revealed to me that your God is one God, the promises of them as a human being. Okay? All prophets were human beings, but they were messengers chosen by Allah picked by Allah Himself revealed to them by Allah Himself. But when ganja Julie caught an OBE for Yamaha manansala and so let him who hopes to meet his Lord, do good deeds and let him associate no one else can the worship of his Lord. It's such a beautiful idea. It's a pivotal idea for us. What should your life be? What is life about? What How

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do you deal with the tests and tribulations of life? you deal with it? Or you go through it by number one, you're a Jew. They are a baby. We are

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Hoping to meet a lot.

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Right? Our life is not about and right now. It's not just goals of life right now. financial goals, retirement goals.

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academic goals, career goals, those are good, but that's not all. Our ultimate goal is to meet our Lord. Like the problem segment hubba hubba loco loco, the person who was looking forward to meeting Allah, Allah subhanaw taala is looking forward to meeting them right?

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And then most of them will teach us a very beautiful supplication in which you would say, Allah, Luca letter Nevada illogic Well, I liked I asked you to give me the pleasure of looking at you, okay, was show called ileocolic and the desire, the

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the good hope and longing to meet you.

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This is the thing our life is about that day, when we meet Allah and we live our lives, doing everything so that we can be hopeful of meeting our Lord not afraid of meeting our Lord be longing to meet our Lord, looking forward to that day, not being afraid of it when it does come. So that's number one. Yellow judicata beautiful Yamaha manansala. Number two, do good.

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On my lands.

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If you said Phil Yama saw your hand that would be enough in Arabic. But last month lessons for the alarm islands or

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perhaps emphasizing just start with one good thing.

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Start with one good thing and make that a habit, focus of life, good deeds. And number three, what I usually do I bother to be the one who made you is the one you should worship and no one else. No one who will take your life is the one who should worship and nobody else, the one who brought you into the world and take care of the world. That's the only one who deserves to be worshipped and that's a lost path Allah, your Lord and my Lord. Okay, that is sort of a half an hour we got a summary and one of the most beautiful sutras for that. It is a phenomenal school in the way if it's recited This is a sutra that the prophets ourselves companion Jaffer recited to the king of Abyssinia, the negus

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and the joshy. At those were Christians at that time, and they were so moved by it that they all started to cry in tears. It begins with these disjointed letters calf higher in thought. This book mentions the righteous families, the righteous families, the family of zecharia Zachariah, okay, how he made dua

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to Allah in low tones. This is how do I used to be made is to be done privately. in humility. He said, My Lord, my bones have weakened. My head has turned my head has turned Ori with age I guess this was started rasuu shaver that means I've turned my hair up turn gray. But never Lord, have I been disappointed in my prayer to you is made dua for so many years. His daughter has not been answered yet. But he says I've not lost hope never had for a moment I have been for never for a moment I have I had thought that you will not answer my door. That thought has not crossed my mind. Ever. Oh my Lord. This is the attitude of a believer. And this is the attitude.

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So Allah Partha replies to him, that he has a career and number seven, we will give you the Nate good news of a son. His new year here, his name shall be yahia john, lambda Allah, human colusa Mija we have not given such a name to anyone. And he said How could this be when I it's not physically possible? But Allah said, Well, this is going to be a miracle. It's gonna be a miracle. And then the last part says, Yeah, who will kitabi who, oh, john, hold fast to the book. And we gave him wisdom bestowed upon him wisdom while he was still a child. This was a special child. He was a child of tenderness was a he had a tender heart, and he was pure. He was pious. He was beautiful towards his

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parents. He was not Jabbar on our CEO, he was not a tyrant. He was not disobedient. He was a gentle per child. And Allah says and a gentle man, okay mo Salah Allah yo ma bulid peace be upon him on the day of his birth, and the day of his death and peace will be on him the day he will be raised. related to Zachary and yahia are is the family of Miriam and her son Risa right number 16. Again, family, righteous families to righteous families are mentioned

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First Zakaria and his child yeah here and here Maryam and now Maria Madison I misspoke about my name on some quite a bit in Surah number three, but what's worth recalling here is now this is the life of Miriam after she is, you know, essentially a monk.

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She is now good she's a Jew from his peep from her people. And now she is by herself worshipping Allah.

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What happens for other Sunnah na her ohana, Fatah masala la Basha once a year we sent her our angel who presented her himself to her as a full grown human being, she said are a little bit low. So I seek refuge in the compassionate God from you don't come near me as she thought, something that is going to happen here as a man while she's all alone in her monastery. He said no, I am a messenger of your Lord, and I'm here to bestow upon you the gift of a son endowed with purity a pure sun. She said How is this possible? No man has touched me. I have not been meaning I'm not married. I'm certainly Russia, whatever Cuba and I have not been, you know, promiscuous. He said Cara Leakey

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hollow buki who are either your Hey you, this is what your Lord has said. And it is easy for me it's a miracle what the Niger Allah who is telling us and we will make him a sign for the people what Ramadan Mina, and he will be a mercy and blessing from us what kind of Imran maccabiah and this is a done deal. Maryam you have no choice in the matter. Okay.

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Let's look at how Allah describes Isa he is an IRA. He is a sign from from the signs of God. That's who he is. And a salon is truly a miraculous sign from the miraculous signs of God. And he is a mercy from God, Ramadan Minh, and that is something that we believe, and that is why we love Him as well. Okay.

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She bore him conceived him without having relations without being intimate. And now she is, you know, in a farshid rydoo, to an even more distant place because she did not want people to see her, okay. But then when the pangs of labor drove her to, you know, when she was about to give birth, it drove her to the date palm tree, and she was in that pain, seeing, I wish I had died before this and was nasty and massiah just passed into oblivion. But in that moment of difficulty last month, she rented her with this voice, and his voice could be the voice of gibreel or the voice of silence and I'm allowed him it's ambiguous. But either way he was sure strengthen, miraculously at that point,

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by seeing laughter as any other gelato Boogie tataki Surya, your Lord has provided a Brook that runs at your feet, a small little river gate, and then shake this date palm tree, and then you will get these right press drain dates. So eat and drink and rejoice. Sometimes when you're stressed, you need to eat a little bit drink a little bit to calm yourself down. You know, stress eating has some precedents.

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It does work, okay, maybe or eating while you're stressed. It doesn't always work. But it does help calm the nerves to 11 years, you know, agitated evil beer drinker, but relax, and then you can collect yourself. Okay? And now this voice tells her here's what you do.

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When you see a human being and you have a child with you, they're gonna say, hey, they're gonna assume the worst of you, right? And you cannot explain this. So what you do is you point two that you you just stay silent and say I will not speak to a human being. today. She comes to her people. They're like, Oh my god, yum, yum, yum. Maryam will marry, you have done something terrible, but let it shine. And for the year, use a sister of Aaron. This is a reference to her being the progeny of Haruna. Salaam. Okay. You're from the progeny of our own. And your father and mother are righteous people. How can you did this assuming the worst of her immediately? She pointed at him for a shout

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out la he didn't see anything. Okay. All you gave a new column. Oh, man, can I film this ob How can we speak to someone who's a child? Right? What are you trying to do here? And that's when he started some spoke as a baby. All India Abdullah. He said I am God's servant. Attorney Al Kitab Al Jardine in Abuja. He has given me the book and made me a prophet, but Jai Lani Moroccan aina macoun to have has made me blessed wherever I may be. No, I was sarnia Salatu was a caddy. Madam to hire has enjoyed upon me prayer and Zakat, alms giving, helping people as long as I'm alive, and he has made me dutiful towards my mother.

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And that has not made me arrogant or evil. Was Salam O Allah Yama woollett. To blessed was I on the day I was born, and blessed I shall be on the day I

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Die and blessed I will be on the day. I am raised back to life. Then he got a seven Amadio such was Jesus the son of Mary. I will help in the VM Tarun, this is the whole truth about which this still dispute not Ghana, Linda he and yet Takeda. Meanwhile it does not be fit the majesty of God, that he should have a child he should, you know be get a child

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that he should bore a child. So behind the who glory to Him, He is far above that either Allah Amman for ydna Maya kulula, who couldn't fire Kuhn, when you decrease something, he only says B and it is that is the majesty of Allah. That is how that he is not like us as human beings. He says Be and it is.

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We are the further risk from that we have to do everything, right. How different if you're trying to say God has a son, you have made him part of yourself part of the world part of the creation. He is far above that. And he's so far above that, that the creation is created by His Word.

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Be and it is. That's how, how much of a travesty this is to say that God has a son when the law harrowby what a boom. And that Allah God is my Lord and your Lord so worship Him alone. That is the straight path. What a beautiful description of who are Isa and SLM is an such a powerful passage. The story of the surah has a passage about Ibrahim a very beautiful passage the trials of family when family are not all seeing eye to eye when it comes to matters of faith Ibrahim al Islam recount the story of Abraham in the book he was a man of truth and a prophet I have 41 when he said to his father notice he's as Peters father four times yeah abati Yeah, but he is like Oh my dear father,

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he's speaking very gently. Why do you worship something that can neither here nor see nor benefit you in any way? Yeah, but the number two

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all my dear father, I have a gift I have received knowledge I've been given knowledge that didn't come to you. So follow me at the cursor Alton zawiya I will guide you to straight path Yeah, but the number three don't worship not I will the shape one don't worship the devil don't worship Satan. Because the devil is a rebellious one against the most, most Merciful. Number four. Yeah, buddy. Oh, dear father. Indeed, I fear less than punishment from the gracious one afflict you and you become a friend of the of the devil for the Kunal shaytani Walia.

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He is speaking so beautifully. He is expressing his love and his care. He is stating the facts. I am a prophet, I have received revelation or I have received revelation from Allah. That's facts. Okay. He is giving logical reasons. Why do you worship something that doesn't speak or doesn't hear cannot benefit you? How does that make any sense? He is also giving emotional reasons that Oh, Father, this is the work of the devil. Right? You don't want to be associated with that. He's given a whole comprehensive argument with the most care and love while he's a he's a young man. He's not even a grown adult just yet. The father is responding with violence, or the threat of violence. He says you

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reject the mid 80s Abraham, if you do not desist, I shall stone I shall surely stone you to death. The ellenton tequila, aka Joni Maria keep out of my way. And when that happens, by the way, when there's a threat, you don't have to persist you back off and you know, take care of your well being first and foremost, Allah cerametallic selfie roloc Robbie, Peace be on you. I will pray to my Lord for your forgiveness. This is how Ibrahim Al Assad was. This is how we should try our best to deal with our families. Even if our families don't see eye to eye when it comes to faith. It mentions the story of Musa

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and how he was a chosen one. Indeed a chosen one chosen by Lars puntata. He was Canada's gonna be okay. And he was called out from the right side of the mount mount of tour. And we made him draw close to us in communion. And we blessed him with his with our mercy and gave him his brother as a helper and medium also a prophet. Allah mentions it's not easy. But see, notice again the family the whole the pseudo speaking my family's Zakaria and his family Maryam and Isa and their family, Ibrahim and his family with his father, muslin Harun brothers in faith here.

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It's my email. And I said I'm the son of Ibrahim. And what does it say about ismar in Kenya Moodle, Allahu Allah used to tell his family

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is less people but really his people is actually family. First and foremost, if he would command his people, his family to pray and give us a cat Organa in the lobby he malviya such a beautiful, you know, story connecting all these prophets together, okay? It says about the profits like a Latina and I'm Allahu Allah him I number 58. These prophets, Allah subhanaw taala has chosen them and has favored anomala who I lay him. That's what we say. So after Latina and untie him, the path of those that you have blessed, these are the path, this these are the people that Allah has blessed and these are the people whose path we follow, okay? They are the ones who look at what happens either

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to allow him to Rahmani harboe Sujata mukhiya. When revelations of the merciful recited to them, they fell down, prostrating themselves and reaping the revelation increased them in faith, it increased them in humanity and increased them in devotion. That is the example of the prophets that we'd like to follow.

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For holiday, remember the hidden holophone But of course, people are people like I told you, the Quran always keeps it real people are going to get people are have been messed up, people will be messed up. And don't let the messed up people distract you or detract you from the truth of the Scriptures for holla for men by the end holophone. Then they were succeeded by generations of all solid neglected the prayers better transition, they wasted the prayers. That's the beginning of the end. That's the beginning of the downfall. What about Russia, how it and they were driven by their desires, more precise, expert translation, they followed their whims and desires. They didn't follow

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the revelation, they follow their whims and desires. And that's why they lost the religion. That's why they fell into a situation of an a terrible situation as a community, okay? Of course, this is a warning to us. Lest we fall into it ourselves as well. We hold on to our prayers, we follow the revelation, we don't follow our desires and whims.

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The losing the religion. Here's another example. A man would say once I am dead, shall I be raised to life again? how's this going to happen?

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Our law school in Santa Ana holla hominin Club does man not remember that we created him when he was nothing before. He when we were nothing out of nothingness. Allah brought us into existence for our because our natural on the home so by your Lord, we shall most surely gather them and the devils to and bring them close to hell on their knees. Then we shall carry off from every group those who are more stubborn in their opposition to the gracious one. And then we know who best is deserving of being in the fire. Everyone is going to pass through it can allow bigger hotma Leah, a decree from your Lord which must be fulfilled. And then we shall save those who feared God. Those who truly want

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to follow the revelation who feared Allah Allah will save them. But the wrongdoers they should be left in hellfire. What does this mean? This passage is talking about

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his past is talking about that everybody will pass over a bridge, a bridge that goes over the fire of hell and leads to paradise. And that bridge crossing it is like the final leg of the trial and tribulations of the people will face literally the last one and after that it is paradise and happiness for all time. And that's what Allah says Allah will, all of us will pass through it, but Allah will make sure that he will protect his believing servants. And this is an important thing for us that we are afraid of Allah's punishment. We're also hopeful always in Allah's mercy. Okay.

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The surah concludes with the Quran talking about the idea of

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of this, the idea of a god having a child, mahalo. Tada Rahman, voila, they say the gracious one has the gotten a son. But that is a monstrous falsehood. And it's so false that it might cause the cosmos to collapse, that you claimed that God has a son, my name Bella Rahmani Bella, it is not appropriate. It's not becoming for a rock man, the most compassionate God to take a son for himself. In fact, that would be where if he takes us on, then everybody else has second class citizens. Everybody, every other race is a second class citizen, that child's race is the dominant one. And now the God becomes like no different than human beings. And then if God's Son is there, who do you

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worship God or the sun?

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are both of those in charge? What if one says, Let's forgive analysis does not forgive?

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These are it's it's riddled with, with with, with contradictions. And that's what law says in coolamon for some of it will be in the article Rahmani r but

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there is none in the heavens or the earth but shall return to the merciful an utter submission. Every single one is the same when they return to Allah, they are returning an utter submission.

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That is the role of the human, we are in utter submission to our Lord. Whether we choose to be or we don't choose to be.

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It's not that if you elevate as human above that, right, you've elevated it to the level of a god. And that's why it's such a preposterous thing to say that God has forgotten his son, but they are the Riddler he has counted them a number of them precisely and everybody will come to him on the Day of Judgment. It younger the further one by one individually, just like we entered the world as world as individuals, we will be held accountable on the day of judgment as individuals.

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But this warning is severe ends by saying in the livina Avenue I'm in a solid so yeah, lahoma ramen wouldn't the Lord have mercy will bestow affection upon those who believe and perform righteous deed. For enamine Asana who will ascend the mercy and the love of our family given to these people, this Quran or the Prophet, we made it easy upon you. So you may convey the good news to the people welcome, cobbler, human cotton, how many generations we have destroyed before them held to his human human heart? Can you find a single one of them alive now? Oh, the smell the harmonica, or hear so much as a whisper from them? hypothetical question to say, If Allah Once, when Allah wanted to do

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this, that's the power he possessed to completely remove all traces of a civilization from the face of the earth. That's his power. If he wants to, if he wants to punish, that's how much power he has. But he is a rough man, the Most Merciful gives us chances after chances and delays the judgment to the Day of Judgment.

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Okay, next Surah Surah Taha surah number 20. So Taha is talking about as we spoke about trials and tribulations of faith, we speaking about the difficulties of faith, especially when it comes to relating to family. Faith is not about grief or Hama, Anza alikhan or analytische score. We have not sent down the Quran to distress you. It is a reminder, exhortation

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Lima yaksha it is about attaining peace and serenity. It's not about making your life miserable. Don't be distressed.

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Back there revelation is not meant to distress you. Okay? This is an important idea. The Quran highlights okay.

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And shall no problems look. Thank you, Papa. concealer Mahalo for our samata Neruda. It is a revelation from Him, who has treated the earth and hi Evans, a rock man who is just about the Most Merciful settled on throne, he transcends the cosmos, the creation, he has settled upon the throne, he is not part of the creation that would restrict and limit him, he is beyond limits, level refers somehow to my follow up To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens, and whatever is on the earth, whatever lies in between them, and whatever lies under the ground, people who lived before people who are living now and everything between the people. And last month Allah, it's all his kingdom.

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It's all his kingdom. And this is what the last month that's how he is the only one worthy of worship Allahu La Ilaha Illa who there is no deity but him, to Him belong the most excellent names. Now the story turns the surah turns the story of Musa

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while attacca Hadith Musa is number nine to Ayah number 99. Hmm, I am number 99. All the Way, right? So you go from page number 312 to page number 219. Right, that's seven pages of speaking about the story of more sadness, and I'm in depth. There's so much about the story of Musa that we find in the Quran. Let's see, we've studied this a little bit before in Surah number seven, right. But we'll highlight some interesting things here about Musa SNM. Firstly, he sees a fire now this is now picking up the story from he is returning back to Egypt to you know, set his people free. And as he approaches as he's going back, you know, there in the middle of the desert sees a fire

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He tells us family wait here I see a fire. Maybe I can bring a brand from it or find some guidance at the fire. Okay, he's thinking about guidance as to how to find the way maybe some brand of fire to warm us up but what he got his he got the guidance to go to Jana that becomes one of the greatest profits and a brand which is revelation that didn't just warm them, you know physically but also warm their souls Masada, Solomon he came to meet Allah subhanaw taala. He was he was told yamo or Moosa, you are in the Sacred Valley have to take off your shoes. It's a sign of respect. I have chosen you or Moses, first Amir Lima, you have so listen carefully to what's being revealed. What is

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the, what is the matter at hand, in any analog speaking in first person, Allah says to musasa now, I am God, there is no deity saved me. So worship Me alone will attain a solitary victory and stablish the prayers Say your prayers in my remembrance. You see, this is why musona psalms called the name Allah, the One who Allah spoke to, because this is how he received his first revelation, the prophecy from God the first revelation through gibreel Islam

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musasa got his first revelation like this last month speaking to him directly, don't mistake that Allah, Allah is somehow in this fire. And now he's speaking from this fire. No, Allah is above his throne. Please don't forget that. That's why the stool. So the surah began by mentioning this fact

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in a manner that befits him, but here Allah Sparta spoke to Moses them through the fire in a way that befits His Majesty, in a way that befits the majesty of Allah, not like our speech, but the way we move our tongues and our lips and our inner voice box. That's that's how we speak okay. But it was speech that befits the majesty of Allah how it was, we leave that to Allah that is,

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that is something that is not known to us. And it is not even maybe comprehensible to us at this point. But what is known is he spoke and he was the in the fire. No, it was the voice or the speech was coming out of the fire. And this is what Allah said to him. I am number one Toshi de la ilaha illa Allah.

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And then how do you remain devoted to totally How do you stay on the religion? How do you stay connected to Allah through the prayer and the prayer is there so that we can remember Allah? That's the point of the prayer. Okay, Miss salata, Lee Vickery for my remembrance, the prayer is meant to be a place where we are reminded of Allah. Right? Sometimes we go through the motions, it's okay, it's good. It's good to go through the motions is better than not doing it, not praying. But don't forget the prayer is a way to connect to our Lord. And that is something we should always strive for. Strive for it by being mindful by learning what you're seeing by supplicating. earnestly and

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meaningfully in your prayer. These are ways we connect back to our Lord in sha Allah, okay. In this I thought that our is coming. I have kept it hidden so that every human will be recompense in accordance with his labors. Okay. Very interesting, though heat oneness of Allah prayer, and then the Day of Judgment, three, very beautiful, you know, three things to live by, so to say, Okay.

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What is this in your right hand or Moses for Metallica, Munich. Of course, Allah knows what it is. That's what it says do

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not wanna hear over ma Hua. Be me, Nick. Okay. He says the worst day because he knows silica is the feminine appointing a noun, okay. So he knows it's a feminine object. He's not inquiring about the nature of the object, that would mean that he would have to use the masculine noun, okay. The fact he uses the feminine is to show he knows that. But he's asking musala salam, because there's a reason. Maybe he wants to show him the true reality. What's in his hand. Moosa replies, this is my staff. And it's I lean on it, I beat the leaves down with it from my flock, I have other uses for it. Right? You see this small talk here last month that I was mentioning, because Allah loves

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Musashi Santa. Hmm. He as we will see, I remember

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was Donna tucan. Enough, see, I have chosen you for my self. It says also, that's it number two, there.

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I'll try to alika Mahabharata mini I ago.

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I'll show you in a bit. Sorry.

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The staff of musasa let me just wrap up with this cha quickly musala salami say you mentioned about the staff, Allah mentions all these extra details. Wisdom is known to Allah, but probably because he wants to show his exceeding love for his servant and this prophet musala salaam. He says to Musa throw it almost, and it became a fast moving serpent law says Moses, don't worry, you'll be fine. You'll be, you'll be okay. Just take hold of it. This is a great miracle. Another great miracle, the hand that came out of the armpit shining, okay, now you're given miracles in habibollah. For the owner in Naruto, go to the pharaoh he has transgressed all bounds. Tell him to let the people go

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musala salam, when he's faced with this monumental task, he makes a beautiful dog. This is a dog that I usually make when I started the lecture all that a bishop is Sunday. I want you to underline this. This is why you should also make for yourselves My Lord opened up my chest My heart was silly Omri your Bishop, he says he means Allah, just the emotions I feel. Make them make it bearable. Were silly, angry, my anxieties, make them bearable, with silly emri make my tasks easy. Why don't have Tata melissani loosen the knot in my tongue, Yahoo coli, so that they may understand my speech. Let the words flow. Let me give me all the means to do my task. Let me be able to deal with the

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difficulty and the anxiety make the task easy. Open up the word so my my tongue so I can words can flow freely so they can understand what I have to say, if Kahoot Cody and give me a helper for my family. This is not it has to be done individually, my brother Harun, who would support me Alas, Martha says, and we have given what you have granted Moses because you have been favored before, from before you were favored, or Moses chosen when you were floating as a baby

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floating as a baby on the river when the Pharaoh was killing all the other babies and how you're you know you were you were you were saying that that time I showered showered my love on you or Moses while Chi to Anika Mahabharata mini burritos now Allah aney so that you might be read under my watchful eye Allahu Akbar. You see how musala salam is mentioned here. Allah says I lie to la cama habita meanie I showered my love on you all that's why the love was awesome so dearly. And maybe perhaps that's why we find him mentioned the most in the Quran out of all prophets. Okay, Moses said, You're your sister was the one who was there to take care of you, and she directed your back

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so your mother can breastfeed you every day, and we protected you then we protected you when you you know, an intentionally killed the person you were protected you when you set aside refuge in Midian. And now you're back or Musa

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Musa now you're back to meet your life's purpose because I have chosen Yuma for myself was drawn out to cardinal sin Subhana Allah, how powerful are these verses? How amazing are they?

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Allah says go to the pharaoh again in the hotel. But when you go to the pharaoh all Allahu khola login and speak to him gently maybe he may afraid he may take heed or even feel the need to be afraid.

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We will see the encounter between Musa and Pharaoh more in Surah number 28 in sha Allah, but what I want to show you is one interesting thing about you might remember the encounter between Moosa and the magician's iron number 6065. They said, Moses, will you throw down first, or shall we be the first to throw down? Moses said you throw down first father Heba to whom I see you whom you hire to lay him and see him and the Hadassah. Suddenly their ropes and staffs appeared to him by their magic to move in to be moving out rapidly. Here is the detail that is not mentioned in other stuff and the other parts of the Quran for own Josephine St. Louis for the Moosa in his heart, Moses became

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apprehensive, he experienced fear, this surah speaks very personally about musala salaam, Allah, his conversation, personal conversation with Moosa the fears and anxieties Moosa, Sam felt as he was doing this immense task of freeing his enslaved people standing up to the most evil tyrant who has ever lived, that is going to scare every single human being. And most of us aren't as manly as he was. He had the natural emotional fear, who wouldn't everybody's gonna have it. That is one of the things that Quran teaches us. You are not stronger by neglecting your emotions or not having emotions. You're stronger

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When you understand your emotions, and you can control them by Dora, by asking a last Python I thought, Oh, just enough enough sci fi for the Moosa and immediately he relied on Allah, Allah told him not to have enough cantilena Don't be afraid you will prevail. Throw the staff. But yeah, that's in your right hand and you'll be fine. So panela right, and again, the story of Musa and the fair or the the magician's accepting Islam, that's mentioned here as well. I'm going to skip to the part just to end with this in sha Allah.

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The a lot of these details were covered in other stories in other parts of the Quran.

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But the one part I like to finish off with is at the very end of the surah, in which Allah says

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in iron number,

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an iron number 1/31 we'll allow my opponent a very beautiful piece of advice to conclude, this Jos I number 130 false video Allah my accordion, be patient with anything they may say was was a bit behind the rubric and glorify Your Lord with his priests up below to Lewisham. See wa cabela who will be here before the rising of the sun and before setting again, an idea for you to underline page Be patient, bear with patients where people have to say Don't let the emotions rip you. And this is a very hard thing We ask Allah for guidance in doing this. glorify your Lord, before the sun rises. And before the sun sets. This is morning and evening. I've got the supplications and

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remembrances. Do this please, Mommy, Anna, Elaine, and then glorify Him in the hours of the night will often have and at the beginning and end of the day, La La Katara da, you glorify a lot at all these moments, these pivotal points of the day, when you're going to sleep, when you wake up, when you were starting your day when you're ending your day, La La cataldo so you can find comfort. This is how we find you know our peace. This is our happy place. the remembrance of Allah, Allah when I told them that I like Eli Madonna, as a minimum, to not regard with envy the worldly benefits we have given to some of them. Don't strain your eyes, looking at what others have, be content with

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what you have.

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What what risks are bigger higher up cop.

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Do not regard with me the worldly benefits we have given to some of them. For with these we seek only to test them. The provision of your Lord is better and more lasting. What more laka bisola.

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Bid your people, your family, his family. I don't know why it keeps transiting as your people bid your family to say their prayers was Fabiola IE her and be constant in their observance was staalbeer is the word boy here in you know in terms of morphology is implying This is a hard thing is is harder than other types of patients that has a patient is this like not seeing anything this is patients have you have to force yourself to do it. And uncertain times every single day. That's quite hard. Overcoming that heartless was a bit earlier requires persistence. Lana's Alucard is convenient nothing from you in terms of you know when we last mother's not asking you to take care

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of his creation. Okay, not no not so cook we provide for you. And the end is what are people to the taqwa the best and is that of righteousness. A very beautiful ending is spoke about musala Islam quite extensively. I encourage you to read it inshallah on your own. There's lots more for every single extra longer we finished up 100 other end of the just tomorrow I'll see you Same time, same place in sha Allah Subhana Allah Mohammed Ganesha de la ilaha elanda