Channel: Abdul Nasir Jangda
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gelar continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a siracha number we had the prophetic biography. In the previous session we talked about how I'm a been alas radi Allahu taala and who accepted Islam and we talked about how that was shortly after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the companions had gone to perform the ombre ombre to cover the makeup Amara from the year of who they BIA and after they had returned back how I'm going to be in Alaska, the Allahu taala on who we talked about his entire story. He leaves Makkah goes to Abyssinia seeking asylum or refuge there because he's become convinced of the fact that inevitably, the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Islam will come into Mecca and will overtake maka, the people of Macau will eventually accept Islam and come to Islam. And so due to that realization, he goes to Abu Samia over there he finds that none other than the king and the joshy, whose protection he seeking is also has also accepted the message of the prophets a lot he said them at that particular time, he really is forced to be honest with himself and come to the realization that you have no that that there's no good reason that you have not accepted this this religion yet. It is rather your stubbornness and your ego that is getting in your way and he casts all that aside, and he goes and
he joins the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the city of Medina as a believer. But what we talked about at the end of the story of us was that on the way to Makkah, he meets up with Khalid bin Walid and earthman bin palheiro the Allahu taala on Houma.
Now that's where we are picking up this week we're going to be talking about how Khalid bin Walid or the Allahu taala Anu and earthman mental health for that matter, but Khalid bin Walid radi Allahu taala and who is a bigger part of this story. And of course, his Islam is a lot more well known and also has, is a lot more shocking, if you will. So Khalid bin will either have the Allahu taala and who narrates his own story, just like in the last does, so he tells his own story. Now, his story has been related in the book of evocati. And, of course, it's been mentioned by many of the other scholars of Sierra, such as even caffeine
emammal bayhealth, David de la even a saccade mentions it in his book of history. So many of the scholars have mentioned this particular story, but Hollywood rillito, the Allahu taala, who tells the story and he says that, when Allah wanted, fade, when Allah wanted guidance when a low wanted good for me, basically at that moment that Allah subhanaw taala had intended for me to embrace that which was good. The following occurred, this is what happened. He says that Allah put Islam into my heart, Gaza, feed lb al Islam, Allah put Islam into my heart. Well had that ronnie Rushdie and Allah allowed me to see the way to find my way.
Right and he tells the story exactly what how that occurred and how events unfolded. He says, He says that I have
witnessed every single interaction, every single conflict, every single
engagement that we have had with Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I've witnessed all of them and I've been present for all of them. And he says that every single time I come back from an interaction and engagement with Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I think to myself,
are off enough see any mood, your own field ha
I really honestly feel like I'm wasting my time. I'm
wasting my life, I'm wasting these opportunities, I am investing into a failing endeavor, a failing business. I feel that every single time I come back, like I'm on the losing side, I'm just, you know, washing everything down the drain.
So he says that and I and I come to further realize and become confirmed, you know and really become more and more convinced of the fact that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will win out when everything is said and done. So he says, When who they be I happened he gives an example, when the prophets a lot of these him in the Sahaba came to perform Amara the first time around, and they arrived at the place of who they be. And he says that I went out there to kind of cut them off to meet them, you know, with the cavalry, with a group of writers from the machico and I had a cavalry with me and I went out there with the cavalry. So I met and I cut off the prophets a lot. He said
him and his companions at the place of fun. And I stood across from him. And I obstructed his way I stood in his path between him and Mecca. He says that he prayed Salah to the her, with his companions in front of us, the two armies, we were there as a cavalry facing off, standing off against them in between them in Mecca, and time for overcame. And he gathered his companions together, and they prayed.
So he says that we were standing there and watching them, and he says, For her mama, and nuclear Allah him, we really seriously considered the opportunity at that moment at that time to attack them while they were praying through malum, your assembla but for some reason, we just within, you know, really, we didn't take any action.
We just could not find the courage or the confidence to go through with it.
So he says that and McAfee he here, he says, and of course that was better. I realize that now that it was better that we did not do that. Nevertheless, at that moment, at that time, we really seriously considered it, we kind of started whispering to each other, we thought about it, but we just for whatever reason, we did not pull the trigger. And that was good, he says, but he says that the prophets a lot of Eastern philosophy and maybe the prophets, a lot of them realized at that moment, what we were thinking, just from some of our whispering to one another, some of our movements, some of our anxiousness. He the prophet to lobby some read us by the time they were done
with God Afterwards, he kind of read us and he realized that something fishy is cooking here.
And so he says that, then the Prophet salami, someone awesome time came, he did Salatu howth. And we talked about Salah to have previously here, that is basically the Quran lays out the procedure. It's a specific type of prayer that is performed in the battlefield in a way where basically half the army prays, while half the army remains alert and on guard and ready to defend an attack if need be. And then they basically switch off accordingly. So he says that he performs Allah to hope for for waka Delica Minam Oken and he says that had a huge impact on us just the beauty of it, the symmetry of it, how they were they're standing there ready to fight, but at the same time, not ever willing
to give up their devotion, their devotion to their Lord and Master to Allah subhanaw taala. It really impacted us it affected me deeply. And he says that original manure and I read we I kind of said at that time, look, he's protected, and they're not going to let their guard down. So there's really no point to this anymore.
So he says that we we pulled back and the Muslim army kind of win around our, you know, cavalry. And eventually when they went ahead further than parades came out, but the saleha for the masala operation, will they be allowed to predation by Rocky? He says then when the Quraysh came out there and they signed the Treaty of her they BIA and the Quraysh basically stood their ground in one of the terms of the Treaty, which was that that the Muslims would not proceed on into Makkah, but they would turn around and they would head back from here. Well to find FC au Shea in Buckley.
He said I kind of thought to myself, what more remains
like what is holding you back? What legitimate reason do you have to not believe in Mohammed Salah at some at this time? Amen. method. Like Where are you going? What are you planning? What's the game plan here? What are you thinking? I just became very critical with myself. Elena joshy. Are you going to go to the joshy are you going to go to East Africa
Come and try to seek asylum there. If Mohammed Salah him comes back here and takes over my cup, and he says fucka Mohammedan was hibu who are in the army noon? He says that the companions of the Prophet Kalani some went there and we're safe and sound. They were protected there. So how do you not know that that place might not become more sympathetic to Mohammed Salah at some so you can't escape to Africa? He says, okay, for Arsenal de la Haleakala. I'll go to Rome. And then he said, then I thought to myself, I'm going to abandon my own religion, my people my way of life and go and live in a strange land, right. I don't know them. I don't know, their custom. I don't know their
language. I don't know, their religion. I don't know anything about these people, and essentially become some vagabond become some outsider.
When Khalid bin will either have the Allahu telang, who, of course, his father has really been the leader. He's the son of a chief. He's one of the greatest, you know, military masterminds that his people has ever seen. He's a man of great reputation and great respect.
And so he's just like, that didn't sit well with me. So he says, Well, I just remain here and stay here and not go anywhere.
And he says, I remained kind of in that turmoil, not knowing what to do with myself. When the profits a lot of them came to market the following year to perform the ombre ombre.
So he said when that happened, many of the leaders of the Qureshi as I talked about in order to hada, they had left MCE, they left MCI, they said, We don't want to sit here and watch this whole, you know, charade. So they basically left MCI as a form of almost like silent protest, even though they had a peace treaty. But nevertheless, so he says, I left because one I didn't want to remain there. He says my brother alwaleed yBnL Walid Khalid, when will each brother was named Walid himself will lead the lead. He says he had become Muslim. And he had gone to Medina, and he was amongst the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and he had come with the prophets a lot of them to
Makkah to perform ombre. So when he came there
the profits a lot a sell them. You know, my brother, actually he says that he, he kind of looked around for me. Talabani family aged me, he looked around for me, and he couldn't find me. So he wrote me a letter.
And in that, he said that he wrote to me, that Bismillahirrahmanirrahim ama, but
he said that, you know, he started with the name of a lion. He said, As for what follows for any lamb, or Jabba Minzy hubiera you can in Islam. He says that I have never seen my brother wrote to me, Khalid says, My brother owed to me, I've never seen anything more strange, more surprising, more astounding than you not being able to figure out the truth of Islam, while after Luca, after look.
And it's like an expression in Arabic and it what it translates to, as what it translates to is that and you are as intelligent as you are. You are as brilliant as you are.
And in spite of your brilliance in spite of your intelligence, you haven't figured out Islamic.
Like you haven't realized that this is, this is what you need to do. This is where you belong. That's the strangest thing I've ever seen in my life. And then he goes this law. He goes on to say well, mithril, Islami jacala who?
And something like Islam, that somebody would not be able to figure out with an intellect like yours, strange. And then he goes on to write he says, what are the Cylon? aerosolized? allottee some hunka.
And he says, Oh brother, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked me about you.
Upon arrival in Makkah, the prophets Allah inquired about you he asked me about you, where's your brother?
Will call me Khalid he said Where's Khalid Saku? Yet Allah He. I told the prophets a lot he said that no doubt God will bring you God shall deliver him shall bring him like meaning he'll come.
He'll come Don't worry. Oh Rasulullah Rasul Allah, I have full confidence he will come.
And the prophets Allah is him at that time, he said,
My Mithra who je la jehlen Islam,
someone of the caliber, the intelligence, the sophistication of Khalid
should not be confused by Islam
should be able to figure out what Islam is about.
Man mithril Mithra, who mommy through Who? Jacqueline Islam. Someone of his caliber, should be able to figure out Islam. It's a compliment saying that Khalid's
Way too intelligent, to still be stuck in this situation that many of these other leaders are stuck in. And it says what kind of Jilin nicaya, who had the who, Marie Massimino,
and if Khalid was to bring his talent and his ability to the Muslims, that would be good for him.
welaka demna, who Allah haidee
and the prophets a lot he sent him said until Khalid Not to worry, we shall promote him
Meaning what? That Khalid need not worry, that somehow he's going to come to us and then you don't like a lot of times, yes, there is a reality to people have earning their way you know, quote, unquote, earning their stripes. Right, that's, that's a reality. But at the same time, we also have to be very mindful. And we have to remember that oftentimes what happens is
we use kind of earning your earning your position or earning your stripes as an excuse for like hazing people.
Right, it's, it's like we almost like haze people.
We try to break and humiliate people.
And that's not our job to do.
That's not our job to do. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us a very valuable lesson. He says theatrical infini jeconiah to theatrical Islami is perfectly who the prophets a lot Some said the best amongst you in the times of ignorance, pre Islam are the best amongst you in Islam as long as they come to understand and realize the truth of Islam.
So the prophets a lot of somebody saying, Well, I don't know who Allah at he, don't worry, it's not like we're gonna make Khalid, you know, pick up, you know, after the soldiers and we're gonna somehow like, you know, really rough him up and make him start from the mailroom all the way at the bottom. Hollins is a brilliant military mind. He is a brilliant strategist.
So what we're going to do with Khalid is that we will utilize his talents, he will not be wasted here. Tell him not to worry about that.
So he says this, what the prophets Allah has said, then he said foster dickeya a free market phatak he says that so my brother, there's still time to make up for there's still an opportunity to make up for lost time. Meaning you should have accepted a song A long time ago. The gist of this is solid, the process of saying Khalid is so brilliant, how has he not figured this out yet? He should come and join us. Don't worry, we will, we'll put him in his proper position, we'll give him the respect that he deserves. So now he says, Oh, my brother, please even now capitalize on the opportunity to make up for lost time lost opportunities. He said for codfather Tacoma Washington
salejaw. He says you have missed some amazing opportunities. You have missed some amazing opportunities. But there are hood 100 Haber.
Like you've missed all these opportunities. So Holly goes on to say that when the letter reached me, now she told me at that moment, I realized, and I said, That's it enough is enough.
Right, the compliments and he actually talks about this, that the compliments in the words of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he says was at the neroca button in Islam. It increased my desire. My interest in Islam was sutra, nice, who Allah Who likes a lot is among me.
And it made me so happy and brought me such relief and confidence that the prophets a lot of them would ask about me
that he would ask about me,
well are often known Not only that, he says I saw a dream then can if he believed in a mage diva, that I was in a small, very tight, narrow place and it was all dry and cracked, the earth was dry and cracked, and it was very small and narrow, for karatsu. So I leave there in my dream, and I arrived in a village in Hydra Alaska, I arrived in a place that is green that is lush, growing with vegetation, and is very wide and open and vast, like green rolling hills. So I go from this tight, dry, miserable place to this beautiful green, bright, luscious place. I see this in a dream. So I said in the how the healer Oh yeah, this dream has real meaning. His dream is profound. So he says
that when I arrived in the city of Medina
he's kind of telling the story forward. He's kind of flash forwarding, if you will, will come back to this point. But he says let me just tell you one thing real quickly when I got to Medina, which I'm going to get to in just a minute, but when I did get to Medina, I said to myself, as Khurana Holly Abu Bakar I'm going to tell Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu about my dream. So when I told them his dream
Once me was Maharaja kelebihan, Dhaka lagoon in Islam.
This is a lot this, the interpretation of this dream is that Allah guided you to Islam, what the quality quantity, human a shift, because that tight, small miserable place that you were in. That was that shake that was that idolatry, that worship of idols that you were trapped in. And then when the Lord brought you out from there and brought you into this vast, open, green, lively place, bright place, that that is bringing you to Islam. So he says, So going back to my story, I see this dream. And now I'm even more fascinated by the opportunity. I'm intrigued by what lies ahead. So he says that I made preparations that I need to go, I need to leave now.
So I said, Okay, who's going to accompany me on this journey, it was a very long journey. It's not ideal for somebody to undertake this journey alone. And similarly, at the same time, I wanted to share this amazing opportunity with maybe one of my colleagues, maybe some of my friends are feeling the way that I've been feeling. So let me try to see if I can gather I can recruit someone else. So he says, I went to go talk to sulphonic pneumonia. And he was a good friend of mine. And I said, Yeah, about what was this punia amata, Rama manaphy Do you not see what our situation has become, in Amman akella to sin.
Sin basically means we are a very small group of people who remain
like those of us who are still standing firm and stubborn against the truth of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. We are a very small group that remains and a collaterals means a group of people that could eat out of one dish. It's like saying a group of people that can eat out of one dish. So it's just a group of us left. We're still standing here holding out, but what are we really doing? and Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam voila job not only the Arabs even the non Arabs are not coming to a song so we should go join Mohammed Salah teach Him and follow Him because for in the shadow for Mohammed in Lana Shara fun, because the Mohammed Salah is an honor will be our honor, his
victory will be our victory
for about a shotgun eba he says that he severely refused. He very adamantly very, you know, vigorously refused this this this advance or this suggestion from me. He said that low limb Yep. It metabo to avoid and he says you you say just a small group of assuming if nobody but myself if there was nobody left but just me. I was the only one who remained. I still wouldn't follow Mohamed Salah Lisa. So he says for first rachna I basically left him and I realized to myself, I kind of thought to myself, how about Arjuna and cotulla. Abu Abu but this is a man his father and his brother were killed in the Battle of butter.
This man, his father and his brother were killed and by that he was suffering who was the son of omega two.
So he says I kind of dismiss it. I said, you know, he's still holding out his grudge, whatever. So I went and I met a crema, the son of Abu Jamal.
So when I went to a crema, I said to him, just like I said to so far, and I tried to recruit him, and he gave me a very similar response, saying no, absolutely no, even though a crema would accept Islam later on, at the conquest at the foot of Makkah, which we'll talk about later, inshallah. So he says, I just told him to Mali, I said, Listen, I realized this was the second person I was telling. Now, I didn't want this news to spread too much. I didn't want to get in trouble. So I kind of just hold a claim. I said, Look, we go a long ways back. Our fathers were colleagues, you know, it came as father abou Jehle college father, unbelievable leader. So we go way back, we grew up
together, listen, just don't tell anyone what I told you. So he said, Don't worry, that's good. Well, I want to know, buddy, You mind your own business on my own business. So he says, I went back home. And I told you know, I basically I asked my servant, you know, kind of get my ride my transportation ready, I packed my bag. And I started to head out. And as I was heading out, I saw earthman bin palha, another leader of the crash. So I said, You know, I said to myself in the head that and I, at this time, I started realizing how many people are you going to go around and tell? So I said, let me just kind of keep this to myself. So I but I talked to myself in the huddle. Lisa
dick. This is a very good friend of mine. Follow the cartoon Akuma
was to kind of, you know, maybe just share with him what I'm thinking.
But then I started to think to myself, his father was also killed in battle.
against the Muslims. So I decided I'm not going to tell him.
But then I thought to myself,
he says mama Alia rahila mentality. So what's the worst that could happen? I've already departed from home. I'm already on my ride in my transportation. So even if he turns on me, he tries to notify somebody, I'll be long gone before they realize what happened.
So I said, You know what? Might as well, I threw caution to the wind. I went to him for backup to Lahu masala Marula he, I went and I just told him, Look, here's the deal. Here's what I'm thinking.
So I told him in the middle of the month, Isla de Taliban Fie Jordan, we are like a fox that is trapped inside of its hole. Like it's being hunted. And it's gotten cornered and trapped in its whole
low sub low sub Buffy the newborn mama in the garage. And what they will do a lot of times when an animal will kind of go in, like hide out in its hole, what they would do is they would bring water and they would just dump water into the hole. So what would the animal wouldn't want to drown? So would the animal do? Come out? Like whack a mole, right? So the animal would come up, and that's when you grab the animal. So he said that I went and I told her with my mental how we're like that fox hiding out in its hole, waiting for things to play out with Muhammad Ali. So now,
one day, somebody's gonna come and dump a bucket of water in here. And we're gonna have to poke our heads out, and that's when we will be in trouble.
So, and then I cannot present it in the same offer I had presented to the earlier two. So why don't we go meet Mohammed salatu salam, follow him join with him. Look, we got no good reason to oppose what he says we have fundamentally agree with his message. We've just been holding out due to the politics, the ego. So why why not just put this all aside
for us Rahl ijazah, he said he responded very quickly. And he said he had a to do in the huddle to neoma wanna redo and
he says, I woke up this morning,
thinking to myself that I need to leave my car and go to Medina. He says that,
or thrombin de la Khalid is saying this too. He says I woke up this morning thinking the same thing I need to get out of here. And he says, in fact, why don't you come here and let me show you. And he took me to the outskirts of Mecca. And there was a camel that was parked there that was sitting there when Aha. And he says you see this there was a place called Fox. Be fuckin right. That place. It was like a valley outside of Macau why the Mecca. And he says there was a camel park there sitting out there. He says, You see that? That's mine with all the luggage on it. I'm already prepped, I'm already ready to go.
So RG that you're telling me this? That's me right there.
I've been packed ready to go I've just been lacking kind of just encourage you to just go out there and jump on my ride and take off.
So I said that? Absolutely. Let's go. So he said we set out right away. And
you know when he would and he said we were traveling together. So when he would get ahead of me, he would kind of slow down because you know, sometimes the animal was kind of slow, fatigued, whatever. When he would get ahead of me, he would stop until I would caught up. We're in service to a controller here. And then when I would sometimes get ahead, I would slow down and then he would catch up to me. And we basically saying we traveled together.
when we kept on traveling until finally when nighttime came, nighttime came we got dark, we set up camp.
When the morning time occurred, like the break of dawn early in the morning, we got up to start, you know preparing to go we started packing up our stuff and we were getting ready to hit the road again.
And lo and behold, we run into us he rides up on us.
And he says marhaba Malone, he says Welcome, welcome. Howdy, how's it going?
So I said, Okay, so we said what week? What are you doing here?
Right, everyone's kind of alert. What are you doing here? He says Illa intimacy. lucam Where are you guys going?
We said masataka Why'd you leave my car? He says, Maharajah cool. Why did you guys leave? Right? So this is going back and forth. They're like, What's up with you? What are you doing here? He's like, Where are y'all going? He's like, why did you leave Macau? Why did y'all leave my car? And he said, we're just going back and forth. Nobody wants to be the first one to kind of like let the let the cat out of the bag. And finally, you know, I broke the silence and I said the standoff. And I said a dolphin Islam. We're at Barrow Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
We are going to go enter Islam and follow Mohammed Salah do some What?
And he says well that can lead the UK Domini that's exactly where I'm going that's exactly why I'm going where I'm going for Assad Naja Jamia hadoken and Medina and he says so we joined up together and say let's The more the merrier, bigger party. So we all join in together we all traveled together until we entered Medina until the point that we reached, you know, on the outskirts of Medina. And the prophets, a lot of them was informed of our arrival I mentioned that in the previous session where I'm at in Alaska, we saw a man pulling water out of a well and he saw us and he ran in you know, kind of like, you know, very excited like Luke who's guess you won't believe who's coming.
I'm gonna be the last Hollander here. I'm in Cali, they're here. Right. So he goes in and he informs everyone informs the profits a lot. He's I'm in the process. I'm very happy that we're arriving. And he tells everybody and everyone's very excited that we're arriving. So we stopped and we changed into the nicest clothes that we had. We became very clean and presentable. We went to the profits a lot. He said, um, I found my brother there waiting for me outside the masjid. And when I met my brother, so you can imagine when a brother meets a brother, right? When a brother meets a brother, maybe it's been years, they haven't seen one another. So he says, you know, we kind of hugged them
and you know, I kissed him and I said, Where you been brother, I've missed you. And I started and he was like, Hey, calm down. Now we'll get plenty of time to talk.
Go quickly now. We'll have plenty of time to hug it out and cry it out later. Right? Right now you need to rush you need to hurry for internationalized Pilates and for the UK Mira Mira big, the profits. A lot of em has been informed of your arrival for swimmer abiku mc. And he's so happy that you've come way into the room and he's waiting for you.
The profits a lot he summons the welcome party the Welcome Wagon for you.
So you go go now go go We'll get plenty of time to catch up. So he says we started walking around and we started like jogging. We started running we started walking very quickly.
And we entered into the machine for de la to LA he and I saw him
and he says for masala Yatta Samui they gotta walk off to LA. And he was just smiling at us from the door.
And we approached him as he was smiling at us, welcoming us,
for salam to Allah hibino Buddha. And I said salam to him, while acknowledging His Prophet As salam, O Allah, Rasool Allah,
and the prophets Allah decemberat de Salama. bewegt hint Allah, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam responded to my Salaam, with a bright, beautiful shining face. Like just smiling at us, welcoming us.
Right? I mean, everyone's kind of been maybe seeing online and, you know, reading or maybe you've gotten an email or seen on Facebook, they're talking about the Super Moon and how the moon's like, very, very close to the earth and you won't see it this close for another its first time in whatever 6070 years, right? The Sahaba the Allahu Allahu Jabir ibn Abdullah says that it was the Super Moon like this, the moon was very close one time, and everybody was just outside, just astounded looking at it. I mean, imagine there's no light pollution, there's no, you know, smog or environmental pollution. And you're out in the middle of the desert, and you stand out there and then you see the
supermoon takes your breath away.
So he said, we were all standing out there like wow, Subhan Allah.
Right, praising glorifying the love for creating such a beautiful thing. And the prophets, a lot of them came out to look at the moon as well. Subhana Allah. And when I realized the prophecy of someone standing next to me, I kind of moved to the side and I looked at him and looked at the moon and I looked at him and I looked at the moon. I said, Yep, he's more beautiful than even the moon is.
So that's the profits a lot. He was looking at them. He says he was looking at us with that face, welcoming us.
I've been waiting for you.
And he said, I said at that time in the shadow Allah, Allah Allah, Allah wa Naka Rasulullah.
I said at that time that I bear witness, I give testimony that you that there is no one worthy of worship except for a law, and that you without a shred of a doubt, are the Messenger of God. And he said to me, he said, Come here, come here, like I stood there and I proclaimed my faith, my email, and he said, Come here, come here. Come here. Let me talk to you.
And the prophet and I sat down in front of him, put his hand out, I put my hand in his hand, he claps class, my hand, with his other hand held my hand like this. And he said Alhamdulillah, Higgledy Hidaka.
All praises for a loved one who guided you to the truth of the country. Aurora laka, aklan, Rajo to Allah usili Mecca Illa Allah.
He said, I always knew
They you have been blessed by Allah
with such intelligence, that it would inevitably bring you to the truth and bring you to what's good. I knew it. I had faith I had confidence.
I said at that time, I'm sitting there accepting Islam. He's smiling, you know, welcoming, holding my hand paying compliments, such generosity, such graciousness, such kindness and nobility and that only made me more ashamed of myself.
So he said, I said country Rasul Allah, as a messenger of God. kodra ATIA McIntosh Hanuman telecoil, mawatha lakemont, eternal
messenger of Allah, it's no secret to you, you know very well.
How often I have stood against you, and how frequently I have fought against the truth.
You know that
further Allaha farahani Please, please, on messenger of Allah, I beg you.
ask Allah to forgive me.
Pray that Allah forgives me.
The Prophet sallallaahu Selim said Islamia, Juba, Makana Abdullah who said Oh, Khalid, beloved, Islam removes Islam eradicates Islam wipes out everything that was before it.
You sit here today with a clean slate.
Country Rasul Allah, Allah, Allah Subhana Allah. He says, a messenger of Allah, I believe you, but just pray for that. I need to hear you pray for me.
I need to hear you pray for me.
I need it.
And it's almost like that human need of just constellation to just be told everything will be okay, to be comforted, to be consoled to be to be told.
Just pray that say that but I need you to pray for me. So the prophets a lot he said My eyes are a lot muffled the holiday mobileread
good Lama Oda our fee min sadhana, answer bielek.
Our love Please forgive Khalid bin Walid, for all the times that he has stood and blocked. People from your path. Oh Allah. I want to point out something here.
The graciousness of the prophets a lot of the time is so miraculous, we, in our frailty and our deficiency, we sometimes can fully even comprehend. We miss things. Let me point something out. I was poring over this for like an hour.
And it's just it stands out when you look at it. What did Khalid say? What did holiday I repeat kodra a TA aunty Rasul Allah moku a shadow mental Kilmartin la caja, you, moron, eternal, Huck. He says, You have seen you, you are messenger of God, how many times I have stood against you?
Well, I need a little help also opposing the truth. So he is regretting that I have opposed a law and the message of a lie and the truth. But what he's also regretting what he's also apologizing for, what he's also lamenting is, I have disrespected you. I have opposed you.
Listen to the drama of the prophets a lot. He said them. First of all, he says college you got nothing to worry about. It's a clean slate when Khalid insists listen to the door of the prophets a lot. A lot of mfine Khalid bin valido Allah forgive Khalid min Walid, for what?
Good lama odar fee, min sadhana, answer bielek. Every time he has stood blocking people from your path of Allah, He does not mention himself.
The humility, the graciousness of the prophets, Allah
Khalid is specifically apologizing for the times I did something to you. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, That's not even a thing. There's nothing to make data about. They're fine, Allah has already forgiven you. But if you want some reassurance, I'll make dua that Allah forgives you for opposing the Messenger of Allah, me.
She needs to apologize to me for that's my job.
My job is to talk to you.
To Be kind to you, to try to convince you
and when you refuse and you resist, it's my job to keep on trying. And when then when you oppose me and you confront me and you attack me, it's my job to not take it personally. Because it's not about me. It's about anyone aside from a loss Fanta it's the profits a lot so he's a part of our faith our EMA line Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah
But he's teaching us it's not about you. It's not about me, it's never about us. It's about the message from Allah subhanaw taala. And it's about the well being of the people, the hate the good of the people means to get over ourselves. It's not about us, can you believe we turned it into it? We turned it we make it about ourselves. The prophets Allah will not make it about himself. Who are we?
So that's it's extremely profound. The prophets a lot of them then says, What about them Earth man warmer than Earth man bentyl ha and I'm Robin, alas, they came forward for bayada Salallahu salam, they both gave the oath of allegiance to the profits a lot of the time as I had done and he said if I cannot do nothing suffer Sonata money.
And this arrival of ours was in the month of suffering the second month of the calendar, the beginning of the year, in the eighth year of his arrival in the eighth year of his era.
And then he goes on to say for lucky for a lucky Makana slicer loves him Yeah, ideally will be a hidden woman as hubby FEMA has about who.
And he says I swear by Allah, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, nor his companions ever, ever held anything against me about what had happened previously.
The profits, a lot of them never made me feel like a second class citizen. He never made me feel like I was an outsider. Never ever. That day I came and accepted Islam, and I became part of the family and that never changed. So inshallah with that, we'll go ahead and stop and pause here. May Allah subhanaw taala give us all the ability to practice everything you've said and heard. And may Allah subhanaw taala allow us to learn from these valuable lessons and the character of the prophets, a lot of them adopted into our own lives and be a source of good and guidance for all of humanity. I mean, Yara bellami Sonic