Abdul Nasir Jangda – The First Word Allah Said To Prophet Muhammad

Abdul Nasir Jangda
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the importance of educating oneself and others to solidify their faith in Islam. They stress the need for education for all Muslims and explain the difference between reciting and reading in Arabic. The speaker also mentions the importance of enlightening oneself and others to carry themselves and behave in a way that is rewarded.
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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam know your deen for yourself? Don't you dare let anybody else tell you what your deen is. And let me tell you what you believe in and what you don't believe in. That's number one. Number two, that is how we will solidify ourselves. That is how we will solidify the faith of our children, our families, and even our communities. Once you start educating yourself, facilitate that education for other people, for the youth in your community, for the brothers, for the sisters, for the elderly, for the for the recently converted, for those non Muslims who just want to know facilitate education, knowledge, you know, my teacher made a very

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profound point to us. A very, very long time ago, I have never been able to forget this point. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and inauthentic narration from the Muslims of Yuma Muhammad, he tells us, no prophets were sent between the ISA Ali Salaam, Jesus, and the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, there was about 600 years between them, and no prophets were sent during that 600 years.

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No divine revelation came down. The world became a very dark, terrible place for a while. And then the prophets a lot of a sudden was given divine inspiration. He was given revelation, he was given the Koran, and the very first time when the world had totally become corrupted, varel facade of

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the world that become corrupted, and the very first time I lost sight of what Allah was sending His revelation, he was speaking into this world, not just the first revelation, not even just the first sudo not even the first ayah the very first word that Allah spoken to this world to bring light, justice, fairness, dignity, honor back to this world, Allah said the word.

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And the word ekra means read.

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It does not mean recite. It means read, the difference between reciting and reading in Arabic tilava. And Kira is still our reciting you can do without comprehending what you're reciting.

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But ikura read requires comprehension. No, your Dino your religion, the solution to the world's problems is to enlighten people to educate the minds and the hearts. The second thing and the last thing and I'll conclude with this

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is after we solidify our own faith in our own mind and give other people those tools through educating them. The second thing, the second powerful resource that we have, that Allah mentions in the second revelation to the prophets a lot from Surah. Number 68 is called pseudo column. We're in Nicola Allah, Who can have him how we conduct ourselves, how we carry ourselves, how we behave, how we interact with people, that is a choice we always have.

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I cannot control what other people say or do, but I most definitely, I most definitely

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can decide how I want to speak or how I want to behave and conduct myself

The First Word Allah said to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) – Sheikh Abdul Nasir Jangda

41st Annual ICNA-MAS Convention

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