Seerah 081 – The Prophets First Khutbah in Madinah
Channel: Abdul Nasir Jangda
File Size: 23.63MB
You're listening to Calum Institute's podcast series. See the life of the Prophet by sheer Abdul Nasir zhongda. visit us on the web at Calum Institute dot o RG or find us on [email protected] slash Calum Institute. You will have the level Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah alihi wa sahbihi etchmiadzin
shala continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sirata Nova we had the prophetic biography.
In the previous session we talked about the prophets a lot he assumes arrival in Medina to the munawwara and how exactly the prophets a lot a Salaam was able to decide or rather a last panel which Allah instructed not just the Prophet sallallahu Sallam but the camel the camel that the profits a lot of these was writing on exactly where to stop and then the profits a lot of these some accordingly designated the place where the masjid would be constructed unless you the Neva Sharif, the prophetic mosque or prophets a lot of Masjid but also the prophets a lot of residents there at the nearest home, and that was the home down to Abu Dhabi au Berlin. Sorry radi Allahu taala anhu,
the home of Abu bill and Saudi May Allah subhanho wa Taala be pleased with him. And we talked a little bit about some of the stories about Abu bill and Saudis hospitality towards the prophets a lot he said them and if you will, what I called last week, some of our boo boo and Satya Nadella huhtala news stories, personal stories about having the profits a lot he said I'm living in his own home.
I wanted to kind of go back and just fill in some of the blanks and some of the details because some of I wanted to keep the topics kind of consistent and focus in on each exact event. The prophets a lot isms arrival in hoba, his departure from Cobra his arrival in Medina, but I just wanted to fill in some of the gaps and touch on some things that we weren't able to get get to in the previous couple of sessions. First of all, we talked about how the profits a lot he sent him first stayed at the place of Oba and of course, one of the things I mentioned at that time was the first machine ever constructed in the history of this oma was the machine of Koba at a place of Koba. This is the
suburb of Medina and we talked about the prophets a lot. A sim stayed there about 12 days, and during that time, they constructed a small humble Masjid and that was the first measure to ever be constructed by this woman the history of this oma
I wanted to talk about that just a little bit. Allah subhanho wa Taala and there's some difference of opinion. There are the items sold to Toba where Allah subhanaw taala says the must you don't see Salah taqwa mean overly Yeoman a Haku and Takuma Fie that are mushy that was constructed upon the foundation of dakhla God consciousness is a lot more deserving that you will messenger of Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah. It's a lot more deserving of us standing there in and praying in that Masjid. There's a little bit of a difference of opinion between the scholars, whether this ayah is referring to the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. This is talking about Masuda nabawi. Or maybe this
is also talking about the Masuda Baba. And so either way it could be talking about both equally. But the fact of the matter is that this is also related to the masjid of boba.
And so the Muslim Baba was praised. And so the narration tells us inside a Muslim or rather excuse me, the narration of Sahih Muslim says that this is the massive number we must be the number we the prophets alonnisos mosque is talking about. But there are other integrations such as the narration of human Mohamad in his Muslim that say that this was the masjid of Toba that he was talking about and the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He says to the people of Cuba in the Mahabharata Isola comacina Fatah who feed this Sati mosquito comb for Mahabharata hora Allah de Tata Haruna v. So a lot goes on to say in the eye of sort of two tobuy a number one know that this
machine is more deserving of your presence. Why fee jolyn in this Masjid, meaning in this community, there are people there are individuals, you have boonah in your total huddle, who very much love to purify themselves, they love to purify themselves. And so the scholars of deceit explained that this is a dis as a general meaning Allah did not restrict the meaning of it. So it means internal and external purity. But there's this narration from the Muslim diva, Mr. Mohammed that the prophets, a lot of them ask them that God has praised you Allah has praised you in the Quran, because he says that you love to purify yourself. Explain to me inform me. What is this practice?
purification, cleanliness, what ritual of cleanliness do you practice due to which Allah would praise you? Calling Allah here Rasulullah mahna mahna Allah Michigan, the Messenger of God, no messenger of Allah, we don't know anything special like that.
But they said Illa Allah who can Elena Gilan, Amelia hood, we are neighbors with some of the Jewish tribes for kind of yuxi Luna at borromini.
And when they would go to the restroom, see in the time of the Arab, especially in the habit of the Arab and more so even the Bedouins they had a habit where they would use, like consider the equivalent of toilet paper. So they would after they would use a restroom, they would clean themselves dry themselves, cleanse themselves using toilet paper without regularly using water. And there's a lot of discussion, like how is that possible? You know, especially if it's creating a mess and other things. So even they didn't use toilets, the way that we do where there was a lot more mess that was created, it was a lot more urine, you know, that would spread around one on one's body
where you have to wash yourself. Secondly, even if we're talking about how it right relieving yourself, number two, what they call, so even when you talk about that there's a different dynamic in terms of the diet and the lifestyle that they lived to where they were able to actually clean themselves cleanse themselves very properly, without having to use water all the time. And so they were in the habit of this, this was the habit of the Arab. And this is even islamically permissible if someone can actually manage to clean themselves properly, they would use like these little,
not quite rocks, but like these little dirt, stones,
dry sand, they would use things like that to be able to cleanse themselves properly, and they were able to do so. So water wasn't necessary to be used even though in our case in our situation these days, water has pretty much become a necessity. But that has a lot of different factors involved with it. But so at that time when water wasn't always necessary, these people have obeyed the Muslims of Cuba. They tell the prophets a lot of them jasola law, we have these neighbors from the Jewish tribes. They have a habit we saw when they go to the restroom, they use water to actually wash themselves. So after drying themselves and cleansing themselves, then they use water to wash
themselves off to just be absolutely without a doubt in a state of cleanliness and purification that there's no filth remaining whatsoever. So this is what they do. So we saw this for Casa nakoma Casa Lu, and we started practicing the same thing because we figured you know it's good. And so the profits a lot he seldom tells them congratulate them. And he says that this is exactly why Allah subhanaw taala has praised you another narration of Imam Abu download in the Sunnah Nova Buddhahood in the Jamie Ivey mom Timothy in the sunovion module so there are plenty of narrations, the Hadith of the Buddha or the Allahu taala who says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said
Nazareth had Elijah, Oba that this verse this ayah was revealed about the people of Cuba. Fie, Jalan buena, Etta, Haru Allahu you're talking in the in this city of Irvine, this community, there are people who love to purify themselves, internally and externally. And a lot of times we don't make the connection. But the two are very intimately connected. There's a deep, profound spiritual connection between the outwardly cleanliness and then the internal purification, you can't have one without the other. Otherwise, your your, your your purification, your cleanliness is not complete in that sense. So he goes on to say fala connu. Yes, and Juna Bill Maher, they use water to cleanse
themselves. So they properly when they use the restroom, they're not just always in a rush in a hurry. They made sure that they use the restroom properly and then they cleanse themselves properly. Right the profits a lot of them said last a lot a lobby to houden there is no prayer without proper purification. So you have to understand it from the Islamic perspective that you can't even have worship if you don't cleanse yourself properly.
And so it's really a serious issue. And and this is the kind of thing that we oftentimes smirk about or seems kind of silly to talk about. And I will say one thing I'll just kind of go out, go out on the ledge and say one thing here that a lot of times older folks, especially a lot of the community like the immigrant community, that might have come from majority Muslim communities and majority Muslim countries. A lot of times it's an it's ingrained within the culture. It's a part of the culture. It's a part of growing up, you know this naturally. And so we take it for granted.
And you'd be shocked and surprised as to how many
our children, our youth are not familiar with these things. And this is essential Islamic education. Now what's usually immediately the response to that, we need to have a machine programming the machine for the youth, teach them how to do Western job.
That's not the man's job. That's the parents job. Alright, so make sure that you impart the understanding of taharah cleanliness to your children, as a part of their faith, as a part of their spirituality, make sure that you do that it's very, very important. And for adults, also, just because you kind of grew up in a culture where generally, there's just a lot in every bathroom, there's a water jug and every single bathroom so automatically, you know, water jug equals taharah, not maintenance, not necessarily learn the fit of the hora, you'd actually be shocked if even the adults in the Muslim community, if they were to sit down in the lesson of the fit of the heart or
the Islamic rulings in regards to cleanliness and purification, you'd actually be shocked. I've had in these types of lessons and classes, I've had grown people who are Mashallah, today, you know, in practicing grown people who come from these types of cultures or families were generally you have a general idea of what is this ninja? What is thought and these things, and when they go through the fear of tahara, they come off to me over to the side, and they said, I just realized, I've been nudges my entire life. My entire adult life, I've been in the state of impurity. And so that's how serious issue I don't mean to create paranoia. That's not my objective. But it's, it's something we
have to take seriously. We're too easygoing and too flippant with these things, because we just figured, like we're enlightened. Right? We we were a little too sometimes a little too confident about who we are and where we're at. So sometimes we just we just assume we're just enlightened people. But it's important to always be learning. And this stuff is the absolute basis and fundamentals. That's why every great scholar of our Deen in our religion, all the fuqaha all the scholars of fic start their masterpieces, either masterpieces at the seminary at the column seminary, I've been we covered the we covered a book of fit. That is over 1100 years old.
I mean, that's a masterpiece. If somebody can, you know, forget about Harry Potter and things like this 100 years from now, somebody's even going to read this dribble has the question. Right? Think about writing a book that survives 1100 years, 11 centuries.
That's remarkable. And what does he started his book with kitahara
Right, he starts his masterpiece that survives 11 centuries with purification. Because we can't talk about prayer, we can't talk about fasting, we can't talk about zakaat. We can't talk about hij unless you first know how to be in a state of purification. And cleanliness, very important. All the major works of Hadith, Maha diesel and all the major works of Hadith have a very huge chapter, which is all the collection of all the prophetic traditions in regards to purification. In fact, what's also very fascinating is that a lot of some of there are different formats of different books of Hadith as a whole class in and of itself. But in the very traditional like the sunon, the sooner and
format, which, which is representative of you know, a lot of the major works of Hadeeth in the sunon, format it off, it will start again, with it'll start with the issues of faith and human and belief. And after that, it will switch over to again tahara, that after being Muslim. Next thing you need to know is too hot on how to cleanse yourself properly, how to be in a state of purification, ritual purification, spiritual purification. So it's a very important issue. And the prophet SAW some praise them in regards to this. And so going on talking about the community in Cuba. There's another narration that is mentioned in the books of Hadith and Sira, that the Prophet of Allah
Salallahu alaihe salam of the Canon abuso Luddism Yazoo al Toba female by the way you suddenly fee even after he moved into Medina and he moved into Medina, he would regularly visit back to the community of Baba and pay visits to the merchant of Cuba, the community of Cuba and the people of Cuba. What kind of Antigua and Kula septin some narrations mentioned that every Saturday he would come and visit the people of Cuba every Saturday, Tara town rocky mon without admission, sometimes he'd be good Come on transportation, like on a mule on the donkey, or sometimes the prophets a lot of them would come even walking. He just set out walking from his home and pray with them. There's
an authentic narration
In tinamou, the inevitable merger where the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says Salatin fee machinery Toba camera praying Salah in the machine of Kobe's like performing ombre Wakata what are the Hadith energy rerelease? Allahu alayhi salatu salam ala mode irritability Merci de Pooh bah.
That there are some narrations which even tell us that when they were constructing a mustard of guava, and the Prophet Samson was trying to figure out which way the Qibla would be in the masjid of Koba. gibreel aleyhi salam came to the prophet SAW some and pointed in the direction that this is the direction of the Qibla. It's a very blessed place. So this was the masjid of Koba.
So and a couple of things that I wanted to mention in the previous sessions quite some time ago, and you'll find it in the podcast. There's a story there's a whole session that's devoted, dedicated to the acceptance of Islam and the whole spiritual journey of Savannah and Pharisees radi Allahu taala. And who, when you go back and you listen to that story about Solomon and Farsi, radi Allahu anhu accepting Islam. You'll recall that it talks about how when the prophets a lot of them arrived at kooba salon and pharmacy came to meet him and test you know, the different signs of Nobu and Prophethood. That one of his previous teachers the Christian monks had informed him have when it
came to the profit of the last times. And so that was the message of Koba. He visited the process on first and foremost in the budget of Koba. And that story was situated here was based here. The next thing I wanted to talk about today was
when the profits a lot of him I've kind of alluded to this earlier, I'm delivering Salam Alaikum Salaam radi Allahu jalon, who was from the nobility of the Jewish tribes. And he was also a scholar of Jewish tradition, known basically as a Jewish rabbi. So he was a scholar and a nobleman, when it came from when it came to the Jewish tribes. Abdullah bin Salman the Allahu taala. No, there's a little bit of, you know, there's some there's two different variations. Some of the narrations mentioned that he comes to visit the prophets, a lot of the some infobar some of the narration say no, he came to see the prophets, a lot of them after 12 days when the prophets a lot of them came to
Al Madina, munawwara when it came to the city of Medina itself, so that's why I mentioned it here. So in either scenario, whether this was in Cuba, or it was as soon as you arrived in Medina, Abdullah bin Salaam says that everybody was just flocking to see the prophets a lot. So I decided to go ahead and go as well. I knew a lot of the Scriptures, the prophecies, the traditions that we talk about this prophet Naboo acid is a man, the Prophet of the Last Times. So I wanted to go test this out and see this for myself. And he says that furama debay philam motivate young to watch her who, when I was able to finally get close enough to see his face out of the unknown who needs to be
watched him get that big job, I recognize and realize this was not the face of a liar for Conor O'Shea in some era to who you're cool. The first thing that I heard him say when I got within earshot, I was close enough to hear him talking. He was telling the people of Shu Salam spread, Salam spread peace, whether that means to spread the greetings or literally means to spread peace. It means both at the same time, this is menjalani. Are you kidding? This is the eloquence of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said well, after a move at Dharma, and feed food to people, both the poor, and even if they're not poor, even socially, like familiarly like socially,
like sit and eat together, share food with people give food to the poor and the needy, and create bonds of love and relationships amongst yourselves was the lunar hammer. And he said join family relations respect, revere family relationships, well, some newbie lady one lesson Yama, and he said that pray in the nighttime while majority of humanity is asleep, that ohana and gentleness hubby Solomon, and you will enter into paradise by virtue of these deeds, you will enter into paradise peacefully, unharmed, safe and sound.
And this is narrated in the books of Timothy and had been merged and other books of Hadith. So he says this is the first thing I heard him say. Now it goes on to mention
that he approaches the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he says a messenger of Allah.
He says, Yeah, he says, Yeah, Mohammed. I have three questions for you. I have three things I'd like to ask you in Nisa, iluka unfollows Allah Allah Muna Ilana beyond and each has two or three things that only a prophet will know these three things. Number one my karate Sir, what is the first of the signs of the hour day of judgment?
Number two, what am I want to do? I mean, yaku jannetty? What is the first type of food that the people of Paradise would eat? would consume? Well, my Nzr weleda illa be here with me. Why do some children resemble their father and some children resemble their mothers? So I have these three questions on only a profit would know. So the profits a lot of a sudden begins to tell him about ronneby, hinda, gibril and even the profits awesome tells him that jabril has just brought me the answer to these questions. And he said something very interesting. Abdullah bin Salaam, the Jewish scholar, he says gibril like, question mark, like kind of shocked gibreel and the processor says,
No, I'm Djibouti. So he says I do yahudi Milan, Milan, the Jews called gibreel their enemy. The Jews harbor a lot of hatred for Djibouti.
And there's there's a whole explanation within the books have seen why that is. We read that into the seat of the eye a man cannot do algebra Who knows? Allahu Allah? telecabine laggy right. So the I attend Sultan Baqarah Coleman cannot do algebra, if I know who knows Allahu Allah kobika etc, etc. Man can I do allow you to do de la mommycon? I do with caffeine. Right? So it talks about this, that there are multiple reasons why the who that this type of resentment or animosity, one of the things that I mentioned is that some of the previous nations that were destroyed or that were punished, that punishment that destruction would oftentimes come at the hands of debe de la Elisa Lam. So they
harbored a lot of hatred and animosity towards God, Ronnie, some of the other thing that I mentioned is that because in their books and their prophecy in their scriptures, they knew that prophet who would come in the last time at the end of times, to someone from the ATO from one of these smart Ale, and because gibreel would bring that revelation that they develop this hatred and animosity to discredit Djibouti, so that whoever you would bring the message to would automatically be discredited. So there were all these very problematic issues that they had.
So Nevertheless, he tells the prophets a lot him that you do know that they are who they hate Djibouti Ali salam, so the prophets a lot a solemn, he recited the ayat of surah, Baqarah, number 97. And on fourth, and then the Prophet sallallaahu, Selim tells him a shout out to Sarah, as for the first of the signs and the day of the hour, the day, the hour, the Day of Resurrection, phenomenal. Nassim, Elon Musk, Elon Musk, there will be a fire that will rage from the east and move westward. And it will start to push the people westward. This this is the first of the signs, then he tells him that as for the second question, what will be the first type of food that the people of
Paradise will eat fuzzy Adda to cover the hood. And so he tells them that they will eat the liver of the fish, they will eat the liver of the fish.
And then thirdly, he tells him that the reason why some children resemble their father versus some children from the same family, same household, same to parents will resemble the mother is because the prophets doesn't the wording uses that the the, the, the body or the the
the elements of the Father become dominant over the elements of the mother, which of course the prophet SAW some years making. He's alluding to what genetics 1400 years ago. So he's alluding to genetics, basically, that it depends on the elements of who become more prominent. Why because there was a lot of superstition amongst the Yahood and the Jews, that if a child is conceived on in this month, then you'll resemble the father interviews conceived on that night, then he'll be resembling the mother if and I don't mean to be too explicit, but that you who that a lot of these types of superstition that if the child is conceived in this type of a physical posture, then he will
resemble the father versus the mother etc, etc. and a bunch of this nonsense in their rhetoric. So the process I'm immediately dismissed all of that and he said all of that is nonsense. It's all garbage. But basically depends on whose genetics basically become dominant over the other and that of course is in the hands of Allah subhana wa Tada. And so when the prophet SAW some response in this matter, Abdullah bin Salaam says, eyeshadow Anika Rasulullah eyeshadow Allah Allah, Allah, Allah Anika Rasulullah that I testify that there's no one worthy of worship except for Allah subhana wa tada and that you are messenger or Muhammad are the messenger and the Prophet of Allah. He then
tells the prophets a lot, he said them, I'd like to go and introduce you to my people.
But he said, here's the problem. In the interview, the Coleman booth. He says that the Yahoo, they're very fickle people. They're very fickle. They're very quick to turn on you
And so he said that I'd like for you to kind of see something and they will say things about me. We're in the home. yaku Luna, Fiamma Lisa B, Melissa B.
They will say things about me that is not that are not true. So here's what we're going to do. I will take you there, I will have somebody gathered the whole tribe together, I will take you there, I'll be hiding. You can go ahead and address him, introduce yourself to them. And I want you to ask them what they say about me.
And then we'll take it from there. So the profits a lot of them, they gather everyone together, he sends some people to gather everyone together. The profits a lot is him comes out he introduces himself to them.
And then the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, Yeah, marshadow yahood or no excuse me. So the Prophet says them then asks them, that a euro Julian Abdullah
Abdullah bin Talal au Rajan Abdullah inficon What kind of a man is Abdullah from amongst you? So they respond by saying that saying you do not want to say he didn't
say you do not want to say Aegina. He is a leader of ours and he is the son of our leader. Katonah Welcome to Haiti, not Ala Moana Amina. He is the best amongst us in the son of the best of amongst us. He is the most knowledgeable amongst us and the son of the most knowledgeable amongst us.
Then the Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam asks, Abdullah bin salam to join him on stage
and the Prophet of Allah and so the when I'm delivering Salaam joins him on stage joins the prophets, a lot of them in front of all the people. The prophets, Allah asks the Jewish tribes says yamashiro yahood aduro Camila la his Rihanna with Allah, Allah and Islam what can be hoppin
that I call you to ally call you to Islam and the fact that I've come to you with the truth and they receive they respond and reject the requests of the prophets a lot to them and they say man animal because the prophecy awesome says Tada, Moon be any other can be happen you know that what I've come to you is the truth. And he said, Man, Allah we don't know that. We don't know that you're assuming that on our behalf. We don't know what you're saying is true or not. So then the prophet SAW some calls Abdullah bin Salam. Abdullah bin Salam comes out in front of everyone. And Abdullah bin Salaam basically proclaims his eemaan and his Islam in front of everyone and he says I shall. I shall do
Allah Allah Allah Allah will under Muhammad Rasulullah
and he testifies to is the man in front of all the people and then the profit of a loss. allottee some now asks them that we're at Roger Lena Abdullahi faecal, what kind of a man is Abdullah from amongst you? And he says Sharona shereena He's the worst amongst us. And he's the son of the worst amongst us. So wretched, terrible man, terrible guy. We didn't expect anything else but this from him, and they basically dismiss him. And that was kind of the prophets awesomes introduction to Abdullah bin set up and some of the Jewish tribes at that particular time.
Now, as we were talking about before, the prophets, a lot of them arrives within Medina, he's residents in the home of a valuable insight into the Allahu taala. And one interesting little detail that I left out I talked about how, you know, every single day, you know, morning and evening there were like people lined up at the door of a human on Sati not the Allahu taala Anu for the profits of some bringing him food. I forgot to mention what actually led to that one of the Sahaba are the Allahu taala on whom he actually says, I brought the prophets a lot of them some food as soon as he arrived as soon as he landed there, and he went into the home of Oba abou but I'm sorry about the
Allahu taala No, I went home I you know, immediately put something together a plate full of food and I rushed over then I was the first one at the door, I knocked at the door. The Prophet says, I'm answered the door, and I presented the food to the Prophet says someday rasulillah This is for you.
And he said, the prophets are some took it from me, he received it from me. And he said to me barakallahu fique barakallahu fique right, as we say desert malacanang Baraka low fecal, right and Baraka lofi may Allah put blessing not just in you, but like in your life? May Allah shower his blessings upon you.
He said he just said that, again. Batticaloa if he can of course the promises are meant it didn't just say it as a formality, but he's a medical ofI and so when I heard those words, it was like, that's it. I'm sad. I'm gonna go start a new business. Right I'm gonna go do this. I'm gonna go you know, I'm good. Baraka lofi like the process I'm saying baddeck along feet, making to offer Baraka and blessing in my life. I was done. So I left her telling her
Everybody gets what I got today. Right? Guess who the profits a lot of them said Batticaloa feet to this guy? Right? And I just went around bragging everywhere, the processes about our philosophy to me, he made the offer better for me, right here, I'm the guy, right? I just went around bragging. And next thing you know, there was like half a dozen people lined up outside with plates of food. And when the processor would answer the door, and they would hand him the food there, you know, like, like a waiter just kind of waits for a tip there for an extra second. He said the profits, they would wait there for a little extra second. And of course, the process was was the most
generous human being that ever lived. And he was saying about like Allahu fiig. And they'd be like, whoo, all right. I mean, I mean, I think would leave from there. And he said there was a long line of people that just were there to get to is from the profits a lot so that I forgot to mention that last time. That's kind of what led to it. So one of the things that we talked about was
that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, he, on the way from Oba to Medina, he gave the hook Ben, I told you that the narrations of the hook bow are not very, very strong. But some of the scholars like you, Mama taba de Rahim, Allahu taala mentioned some narrations. And he says that they are motorcycle that they are not fully connected in terms of their authenticity. But they're not completely erroneous or weak either. But there's just some discussion about the connectivity of the narrations. But he mentions his narrations where he quotes even the hood above the prophets a lot a Salaam and I just wanted to kind of briefly go through it just we have a little
bit of an idea about what the husband's nonprofits allottee some would sound like
he said Alhamdulillah he Ahmed, who was very new, who was selfish, who was what I started, he
was an OB he was a coup who were at the maniac foo. He said that the ultimate praises for alive praise him. I seek his assistance, I seek forgiveness from him. I seek guidance from him, I believe in Allah alone. I am not I do not disbelieve in him. And in fact, I am opposed to anyone who disbelieves in God this believes in Allah. Allah Allah Allah Allahu Allahu La Cienega who were under Mohammed Abu rasuluh. I bear witness and give testimony that there is no one worthy of worship except for Allah alone. He has no partners. And then Mohammed is the slave in the Messenger of Allah. And so sometimes people ask like, did the process of actually say I should know Mohammed? Abu
rasuluh? Yes, he did actually say because he was teaching us how to say it. But see the humility of the prophets a lot of the Sun still shines through, because before calling himself nibio rasuna He calls himself
well, Allah Mohammedan Abu Muhammad is a slave of Allah, the savior of Allah. What are Sulu and His Messenger sallallahu Beluga nudy Well, Mo or Eva that Allah subhana wa tada has sent me has sent Mohammed salatu salam, with guidance with the light, the illumination, the nude of Revelation, and more a vine is sincere counsel for the people. I love for 30 min urusan after revelation I've been paused for a very long time. Well can you let him in and knowledge had become decreased amongst humanity? What but Allah tehmina NASS misguidance had spread amongst the people what the guy mean as a man that the errors in the time had become disconnected. We'll do new women aside at the time of
the hour of the day of judgment has come very close. Well quote to be mean allegedly, the end of the world is very near mangled, to a law Sula, who *a the Russian whoever will obey Allah and His messengers a lot. He said, he has in fact, found the correct path the correct way to live life. When we see him Africa will ferrata whoever will disobey align His messengers a lot. He said, I'm that person has lost their way. And that person has taken an extreme path. Well done. La da da, da, da, da lambda. And that person has started living life in a misguided manner. Well, we'll see couldn't be taco a lot. I appeal to you, I beg you. Be conscious of Allah, inculcate God consciousness into
your life for India who hate Oh, my old saw beheading Muslim move, and muslimah
the best thing that a Muslim can ever recommend to another Muslim is to motivate them when it comes to the life of the hereafter. What a young Buddha who beat up to Allah and advise them to stick to God consciousness, Father rumor Hazara como la hoomin FC, so be careful about what Allah has told you to be careful about what I've taught him in delicacy Hatton. There's no better advice and this will apply them in delicate vicara there's no better reminder than this. We're in the who Tukwila Minami la de Allah wa Jalla wa kafa tin
and that this is the taqwa the god calm
snuck into who taqwa Lima, Nami la de la virgen in Omaha for somebody who will do this and be very mindful and fearful of a low while doing this, then this is the very essence of taqwa. Well, I will say that in allameh, tab tahuna mean amarin ophira. And this will help that person be able to seek out what they seek out from the life of the Hereafter, while may usefully hinder the baina who obeying the law mean I'm recently while Anania lion will be Delica Illa de la yaku decra fiorelli Embrey he was the current female body Moti that somebody who will correct things between them and Allah, somebody who will correct things between them and Allah, their relationship with Allah,
whether it be in private or being public, that the correct things between them and Allah, and they don't want anything but the pleasure of Allah they only do this to please Allah. This will remind that person and keep that person on track when it comes to fulfilling their task at hand, and this will be an investment for them. For what lies after death. Hina Yes, Dr. Murphy llama Kadima. And that time after death is when a person will desperately need everything that they have invested into the Hereafter, like a person will need that investment on that day. Oh my god, I mean, see whether leka yava dulo anabaena Hua Hua, Madame barreda, everything else, material things. A person will not
want anything to do with those things, on the day of judgment, where you have the room Allahu nafsa, who
Allah warns you. Allah warns you about himself, that while Allah is merciful, you will also have to answer to Allah will LaHood are often very bad, but Allah is always compassionate with his slaves, whether these are the kafala who were unjust awada who would have been fairly danika that Allah who always speaks the truth, and his promises always fulfilled, and he never violates or breaks his promise for in the huya kujala he has said, My you bet the Lupo nullah de Yama, Ana de la la Manila beat that my word will never change my promise will never change. When my Viva La min Lila beat, and I will never do wrong to my slaves. What took a lot of big American work RGV be conscious of God in
the short term and in the long term. facility will alania tea in private and in public for whom a tequila you can fear and who say it will your name la Jara. Whoever will live a life of God consciousness alone will not only forgive the sins of that person removed the sins of that person, but Allah will increase the reward of that person will make the father frozen alima whoever lives a life of God consciousness, that person has attained the greatest success possible for any human being. We're in the taco Elahi, to walk the mcta who that being conscious of a law will protect you from the anger of Allah, what to appeal to bata, who will protect you from the punishment of Allah,
what two or three Sahaba who will protect you from the displeasure of Allah will allow you to Bay you don't
want to be a robber Ouattara Pharaoh data data, that God God consciousness living a life where you are always thinking of Allah will bring you honor on the day of judgment will please your Lord and will elevate your status in the eyes of God. Who do we have they come. So take this in full, like, like we try to like Hulu be how they go is like an expression in Arabic That means so go out and get what's yours. Go out and get yours. So go out and earn this work for this, get it? earn it, work for it. Without further ado fee jameelah and do not be negligent when it comes to your relationship with the law. You know we're diligent about everything, school career job, don't be negligent when it
comes to your relationship with Allah. But Allah, Allah who kita who Allah taught you his book, when I had telecom sebelah, who he taught you how to live on his path. Liana Medina sada kuwayama alkazi been so that Allah will know fully well, who are the people that are truthful in their faith? And who are the people who are lying through their teeth? For as you know, come out and a lovely nickel. So practice excellence with your Lord, how your Lord has granted you the most excellent of everything. Wow. Well, I do.
And somebody who opposes a lot is your automatic opposition as well. Well, Jackie, do finicky hacker God
and strive in the path of God to the best of your ability. Who wants to back home was a Mako muslimeen he chose you and named you called you Mr.
leigha Holika man halakhah Ambien attain, so that somebody who parishes, parishes you know with the understanding of what was right we are here man Hey man, hey, I'm begging somebody who dies and leaves this world knows what they live their life for somebody who continues to live life knows exactly what they're living life for. When I when I how La quwata illa Billah there is no ability to do good and no strength to resist evil except through the mercy of Allah. Through the Quran, Allah so the take home points. Make the vicar of Allah as much as you can. The way one of the ways to develop taqwa. Now the processing is the action points. How do you develop that one number one,
remember Allah subhanaw taala as much as you can. What I learned while I'm Malou Lima Battle Mode, always prioritize your aka over your dunya Faina who mana Sahaba Bina who have been alive yet FEMA Bina who have been a nurse, somebody who can correct things, the relationship between him and Allah or her and Allah, then Allah will take care of that person's relationship with the people, somebody who corrects that which is between them and Allah, Allah will correct that which is between them and the people. That can be an ally Jacobi Allen as well i yagoona Lee, because a law is in control of the people and they are not in control of Allah.
Allah is the one who decrees the fate of mankind, and they don't make any decision upon Allah. Well, yummly gumina naskila while I am liquid, I mean who he owns the people, they don't own him. He controls the people, they don't control him. Allahu Akbar, wa quwata illa Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah. And Allah is greater than everything in anything. And there's no strength to do any of this, except through a law Who is the most elevated and the most mighty and powerful and great.
So this was a clip of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This was the inaugural football of the prophets a lot. He said, I'm in El Medina to munawwara. So he gives us exactly and then he proceeds on forward. And as we talked about in the previous session, he takes up residence in the home of Abu Belen Sati and of the Allahu taala. Know, temporarily, about six to seven months is what some of the more popular nations of the seat are mentioned. They designate the land where the majority of the profits, a lot of them will be built, and inshallah in the next session, we'll talk about the actual construction of the machine. And we will also begin to talk about the survey of an Madina munawwara
this is something that profits a lot is him Did he surveyed Medina, what is the economic situation? Medina? What is the tribal circumstance in Medina? What is the geographical layout of Medina? What is the political climates? in Medina? What is the social circumstances? And what is the culture in Medina, he surveyed a lot of these things, to be able to
execute a plan that would actually work with these people to have a proper strategy on how to engage the people of Medina. And so we'll talk about some of those surveys of Medina. And what exactly was,
you know, what was what was Medina at that time? What was Medina like at that particular time we'll talk about that. We'll also talk about the construction of admission to nevah, Sharif, and then we'll talk about the construction of the apartments that who do a lot were the prophets, a lot of them would reside with his family. May Allah subhanho wa Taala. Grant us all the ability to practice everything we've said and heard. If I if I can mention a word here, I'll just share something with everyone. You know, we just went through the inaugural clip of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in Al Madina munawwara and we see what the hippo was like, what it focused on and how, you know, it really
touched at the core of the issue. And connected everyone to the book of Allah connected everyone to Allah, really put life in perspective, had the tangible Practical Action Items at the very end was motivational was inspirational. But at the same time talking about the circumstances of the people. This is the hub of the profits, a lot of them, you know, and I will use this as an opportunity to just kind of have a little bit of a tangent, a little bit of a tirade, if even if you will, that about the circumstances or about the present condition of the hook bottle Juma in the Muslim community today.
It is the most powerful,
the most united unified, the most powerful, the most unified, organized, you know, forum and platform that we have in the Muslim community today.
I mean, it is something that is divinely instituted. divinely right we talk about successful programming, not successful programming in
This is this is instituted by Allah.
This is divine design who came up with the program Allah did,
who fix the time in the place of the program a lot did.
Who came up with the structure and the curriculum of the program a lot did for us I will radically lie.
And so it's such a powerful thing who first exemplified and executed this program, Mohammed Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
And even when you study the fifth of Hoban, Jamal, you realize that it is mandatory to attend. And it is mandatory that when you attend, you sit and you listen and you pay attention.
So it doesn't get much more, you know, if there's no opportunity better than this, but an opportunity for what is the question, though,
an opportunity to
you know, carry out whatever type of political dynamic or polemics there are in the community,
that we carry out the politics of the community on the member,
or to carry out the different ideology, ideological warfare within the community on the member. But it's an opportunity to inspire, to motivate, to engage. That's what that's what it's a platform for. That's what it's an opportunity for. And we have so much talk a lot of times, you know, this is a Tuesday evening. So for those who listen to this session later on, is Tuesday evening at the Irving Islamic center of Irving Irving machine. So those folks that are here in our after Sultan Asia on a Tuesday night, you know, my show, these are people that are here on a weekday night for an hour listening to this on this era, a little bit more involved, engaged. So I will say this, we talk a
lot about, you know, people only come on Friday.
But what we need to actually understand is that what an opportunity that is, and at least they're there on the Friday, and if that that Friday was done was executed properly, who know where that could lead people, and what that could actually lead to.
So it's a really powerful opportunity. It's a really powerful platform. And in a forum that Allah has granted us that the profits a lot of a sudden implemented and practiced, that we really haven't taken full advantage of.
And something that we need to take seriously. And we need to, we need to really be concerned, you know, Mashallah massage it like this, communities like this, are very blessed, where the Juma hudbay here is beneficial. It's informed, it's knowledgeable, it's been inspirational motivational for the community. But I will tell you one thing that this is the exception, not the rule, is this is not the norm right now in the Muslim community, unfortunately, very tragically.
And so we have to kind of get that back on track. And so just for everyone's information here, and also those who might be on listening online, you know, one of the things that our teachers, I will show you how much our scholars, one of the things that they implemented within us, when we were setting was to teach us
how to properly give the Friday hookah and how to make the most of this opportunity, how to fulfill the right of that hook by and that member, they used to tell us that every single member all throughout the world and is an extension of the member of the prophets allottee Center, they taught us not only to respect it, but to utilize it for what the prophet says and utilize it for.
And they instilled that within us. And part of our efforts, when coming back and working within our communities was to help others be able to, again,
you know, fulfill the rights of the member and the Friday.
And so maybe about five, six years ago, we kind of organized our efforts and created a forum created a program, where annually we would train Khatibi.
And we would talk we would teach them we would train them and we would try to help them to the best of our ability, not only to know what to do, but how to go about and doing so and have the confidence and the ability to be able to conduct a Friday football properly. Again, like I said, major massages like this, have the luxury of scholars and ima Imams and scholars who have the knowledge and have the know how and have the experience with the people like you moms do we're able to communicate to the community and inspire and motivate move the community.
But there are so many other places whether they be smaller communities or massage or masalas or the university MSA hookah or the hood bath the workplace or at the hospital, where people are there for that same spiritual food as the only 10 1520 minutes of spiritual food that they get every single week. And so it's very important that we get that on track and that we're able to use this for the sake of the oma to motivate and to inspire
So hamdulillah we conduct this program every single year and, and we try to reach out to the community as much as possible that people come, take the benefit, are able to learn what to do properly and take that community that benefit back to their communities back to their congregations, and become a force of hate and a force of good within their congregations in their communities. So inshallah it's actually this weekend. So maybe somebody from here is able to attend, maybe they're not able to attend. I still wanted to share that with everyone, so that you yourself understand what the Friday is for. And if you are in a position,
you have the capacity to actually help your congregation then you do so but you do so with the proper knowledge and the understanding and the training necessary to be a force of good and to be able to bring benefit to the people. May Allah subhanaw taala grant us all the ability to practice everything that was said and heard so Hanalei, who would be handy he so Hannah columbium Nick, Michelle de la Ilaha. illa Anta suffer Kona to LA