Tafseer Of Surah Maryam – Day 14

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Ayahs 39-41


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handler horrible. alameen wa kabocha limit Sakina wa Salatu was Salam O Allah as he didn't mousseline well Allah Allah, He will be on my TBR whom you're sending Elijah Medina. We're inshallah going to be starting a new passage today that begins with a number 41. But I'll give you an introduction to that passage when we get there. The first task at hand is to complete the yesterday's passage which ends at either ends with is number 40. But inshallah First we will begin, we left off in the middle of it number 39. What we were just to because we are kind of in the middle of a topic, where we started reading for my number 34, where the last panel on Sunday says that is

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the son of medium. That is his story. And also I explained how it's pointing to him farther away to say he's very distant. He has nothing to do with what these people attribute to him. Oh, they'll help. This is this is the truth. This is the Absolute Truth and the speaking of the truth, I let the VM through but this is same truth in which these people are creating distortion and confusion.

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Makana Linda takita Meanwhile, again, it is absolutely not fitting a lot that he would have a son. So the HANA, Allah is completely free completely above and beyond. Allah is completely pure from anything that these people attribute to him. He da da Imran And the fact that these people are so enamored, they are so impressed by a Saudi Saddam's miraculous birth by Hasani Salam speaking in his lap of his mother as an infant by esala his Salaam, performing miracles like reviving the dead, healing the giving eyesight to the blind and healing lepers. They're so impressed by all of this, Allah subhanaw taala here says, if they want to be if they it is impressive, it is impressive for

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each child to be born without a father. It is impressive for him to speak as an infant and for him to perform these miracles. But if they should be impressed by anyone or anything, they shouldn't be impressed by Allah and by Allah subhanaw taala his ability to create what he wants how we want whenever he wants, wherever he wants. That is what they should be impressed with with the law. Not with this, the manifestation of greatness. Yes, easily said I'm I explained previously. It brings honor to a Sally Sarah. I told you I gave this example previously in one of the lessons from sort of medium that if you have extra, if you have like extra cords, if you have some extra cords or you

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have some extra paper or something like that extra pens, something that's not very valuable, something that's not worth a whole lot, you throw it in a little duffel bag, maybe you throw it in a box and you kind of fold it up and you put it in a corner. But what if you have jewelry What if you have gold What do you have? What if you have diamonds, do you throw that in a duffel bag in a box and kind of fold it up, wrap it up and throw it in a corner? No you don't. You put inside a nice little padded box.

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Alright, it's got velvet inside and everything it's padded little box and then you put it inside one of you know maybe you put it into your dresser you go lock it in the safe in your closet or whatever it is. Right But you stash it away with a lot more care with a lot more respect with a lot more dignity. So what I want to point out is when it was just pens or paper I throw it in a box. When it was diamonds I put it inside of a special case. The vessel of something amazing

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thing is obviously dignified accordingly, the vessel receives the same level of respect as what is contained there in a Zani. Salaam is the manifestation of a miracle of a law. So it brings honor to Isa medium is the vessel through which that miracle arrives. She is obviously respected and very dignified and honorable, and we revere her.

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But at the same time, while reviewing them, respecting them, we do realize that this originates from somewhere else. So this comes from a lot through them. All right, you don't sit there and start thinking the tree when you get a when you pluck an apple off of a tree. You don't sit there and thank the tree. Do you don't you think of law? That's the same perspective. Taking a fruit from a tree and witnessing the miracle of a Saudi saddam in the end conclusion should have been no different for those people

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that they would have respected as Ali Salaam, obviously, but they would have admired they would have respected they would have been impressed they would have been in awe of a law that our luck created this Allah subhanaw taala made this happen. So here Allah says he that Baba Imran is acaba Imran, that whenever he decrees anything, any issue for him the mayor kulula, who confess, then he simply says to be and it is. That's it. That's all Tata has to do. That's all the effort that's required on his part. Well, in the Mahara be what a boo, boo hoo. And now you're essentially Salaam continues, saying that this Allah that we're talking about, he is not just my Lord, but he's also Europe, might

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Rob in Europe and I talked about this yesterday. How rubia understanding that Allah has given you everything that you have is created you he's given you everything that you have, you owe everything to him creates a sense of gratitude, that gratitude leads to fabuleux.

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That leads to a Buddha, that leads to a Buddha that leads to realizing what is the dynamic of this relationship? I am indebted to Allah, I will do whatever Allah wants me to do, because he's given me everything that I could ever imagine or want. He gave me everything that I have, how could I not be grateful to him? So like I explained yesterday, obedience is a side effect of gratitude, gratitude. All right, so we're in. The next thing is, and I highlighted this in the hood earlier today, we no longer have be what buku something else, that the that we find this consistent throughout the Quran,

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that the messengers they want, they would teach people to develop a relationship with the law, they would teach people to reflect on a lot in their personal relationship with the law, they wouldn't necessarily teach them that the only way you can ever relationship through a law is through me. That the only way you can have a relationship with the lies through me Yes, I am the one that's bringing you this message and there are certain things that I am explaining to you, but at the end of the day, it is your relationship with Allah. Because otherwise what happens if my relationship is based on a human being my relationship with the lies solely based on a human being? What happens with a

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human being is gone.

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There my relationship with the low will be gone. That's what Abu Bakr Siddiq radi Allahu anhu said to the community of Muslims, the Sahaba, the oma on the day that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam passed away. That's exactly what he said. He said, realize this, that if used to worship Mohammed, Mohammed God

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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But if you worship the law, then know that Allah is high you and he is a human. He is high, and he is a young he's ever living. And he's still there. And you need to continue to worship Him. Nothing changes in terms of your relationship with the law. And that's something that's very important in the law has to be what a buco, is emphasizing that it's not just my Rob he's also Europe.

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Obi Wan buku fabu so worship Him and slave yourself to Him devote and dedicate yourself to Him how that sir often was sucking. This is the straight path and I explained how this is the basis and the foundation of deep it's a tragedy today that our basis in our foundation of our Deen sometimes, for many individuals can start to become difference of opinion. My new shot of fic

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a particular discussion and Arpita that ends up becoming the basis of a person's entire Deen if somebody comes along and tells them otherwise. It's it's like their world falls apart. That's not the foundation of our Deen the foundation of our Deen is my relationship with Allah. Allah has given me everything that I have, and I must live this life in a way that shows that I am grateful to Allah. That's where you start. And you build up from there. How does that often was sucky. And as long as you stick to that, as long as you stick to that nothing could ever deter you. Nothing will detract you, nothing will throw you off the straight path that'll keep you solid. Those are your

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wheels. You'll stay solid

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foster level as a human being him but what happened to these people they started saving

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disagreeing and fighting with each other amongst themselves. And that's what I explained that when you get off the straight path, then it's a free for all. Now you're off roading. Now somebody this way and somebody's going there and somebody's going here, everybody's all over the place. No consistency at that point. for way too Linda vena cava Rumi machete Amina de and Allah subhanaw taala says that it's a warning How sad how pathetic is the condition of those people who have disbelieved and how sad and pathetic will their condition beyond the day when they will have to witness and they will be testified against and they will be beat to stand on the day the great day

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the profound day yo Mona Eileen the Day of Judgment. And then Allah subhanaw taala says, as we

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look at well they can hear and they can see now because the Quran tells us these people will say all of a sudden now What's that mean? We've seen and we've heard so let's just look how well they can hear and they can see now now they're fully Oh yes, I see I hear I'm completely lost is too little too late. You may tune in on the day that they come to us they'll be able to completely hear and see the truth and hear the truth. those obstacles are gone. lacking the volume una the oma feedlot animal being but it will be too late. They're the place where the time and the place that it matters is here now.

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But what's going on with them here now Aloma today avani Muna, Yama, feeble and immobile, they're completely drowned. They're completely buried in their own delusions.

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They're buried in their own delusions, complete open misguidance. And the word fees are surrounded by it. They can't see past their own.

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Their own distractions, their own desires, their own delusions, they're completely surrounded by it. And they're encased in it. They can't see the truth. Allah subhanaw taala denied number 39. He says When did

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so what do you need to do?

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At the end of the day, it boils down to okay find that's the condition. That's the situation I like if somebody is giving a talk. And he says, we have this problem today. And we have that problem today. And we have for 20 minutes gone about all the problems we have, what do you naturally say to them? Fine, we got a lot of problems. But what do we do? So what do we do? The messengers being told if this is the condition, or what do you do with them? What and warn them. And I explained yesterday, that the meaning of warning here isn't just to like scare someone, you're gonna go to hell. You don't just scare someone like that. It means to warn somebody out of love for them out of

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concern for them, and you're warning them of something that is of imminent danger to them. The example I gave somebody walking towards a ditch, but they're like looking up at the sky or something and they're walking towards a ditch? And does somebody actually care about that somebody you'd like to see fall in the ditch? Alright. You shouldn't like it to anybody to fall in the ditch. But you get what I'm trying to say, you know, so somebody you really really care about. So you tell it Wait, wait, hold on, hold on, stop, stop. Where do you think you're going? So similarly, you warned them because you care about them because you don't want them to harm themselves and hurt themselves when

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they get home. So warn them, warn them of what Yeoman Hazara

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Yeoman Hassan, the day of severe grief and sorrow, remorse and regret such remorse in such regret. Like Allah tells us and sort of to the photon about a very specific situation of some people on that day. We Oh My God, my God. Yeah, I'll do in the Arabic language doesn't refer to just biting. It means that like chew on something with your boulders, with your back teeth to chew on something. They'll start chewing on their hands. Some of the narration some of the interpretations of this from the Sahaba. And that's heavy on say they're literally knocked off their entire arms.

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I mean, that seems like how is that even possible?

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But that's how severe the remorse the regret

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that they literally will hate themselves to the point where they're not off their own arms.

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So Allah subhanho wa Taala says Yeoman Hazara

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people who disbelieved people who are disobedient people who were ungrateful to alights obviously why they will regret and what they will regret and what they will be remorseful about. But the prophet SAW some tells us that there will be a level of remorse and regret with everyone on that day because you just can't help. Because of our flawed nature in this world. We can't help but when we show up on that day, just just kind of this a little bit, tell yourself like man, what were you thinking? What was I thinking? That the prophet SAW some tells us even when people go to Jenna,

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paradise, some people in paradise will even regret and what will they regret? Every second I spend in this world without remembering the law.

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Because they'll look at the person in this stage of Paradise higher than them and how much more he has and how much closer to Allah He is. And they'll realize that all he did was maybe a little bit more than I did.

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If I would have just been a little bit smarter with my time, what more could I have achieved? If Allah has given me all of this, the last person to enter into paradise, the last person taken out from hell and entered into paradise, that person will be given a agenda of Paradise 10 times 10 times the size of this world

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10 times the size of this world will be his personal paradise. This is the last guy.

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This is the guy in the basement. There's no basement in general, but you get what I'm trying to say. This is the guy in the basement. And this is what you'll get this is the guy who picked last in the draft

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and he's going to get a gem that 10 times the size of this world. So hon Allah can you imagine what the gender of some people will be like?

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And so that person will just get won't be able to help himself but just look up and be like, Man, what was I thinking? I had no idea.

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I had no idea the profits a lot. He said I'm in a beautiful Hadith he actually tells us the agenda of some people.

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And he specifically gave this glad tied into it Chateau de la Mancha. The agenda of some people

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will be such that the ceiling, the roof of their paradise will be the arcia

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I want you to imagine that

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we're talking about some people will get the blessing of seeing Allah subhanaw taala on a weekly basis or on a daily basis or twice a day morning and evening as they used to do they could

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these people their blessing will be whenever they feel like seeing a law they'll simply just look up

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that'll be the agenda of some people.

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So this is it Yeoman Hazara it will be the day of remorse and regret is

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when the affair when the issue will be completely decided. When everything is done, done deal it's done. Everything's been decided everyone has been distributed. It's all done at that time that remorse in that regret will overcome those people

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will be so harsh like I explained some sort of zakharov yesterday when either yeah Malik they'll say oh Malik gatekeeper of hell. The ark of the alley narrow book please tell a lot to just finish us. Yeah Layton equal to Robin I wish I could just become dust I wish I could die

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I can't live like this anymore. And in the the the mythos alone, they explained that there will be very, very severe forms of physical torment in hell. But what will be more painful to them than the physical torment will be that emotional torment

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that how much they will hate themselves for ending up in that position? The aka Dr. Leonardo can say Paulina komaki soon. You're not going nowhere. You're just gonna stay here. You're staying here. Now you move to fi hahaha no death no life, miserable existence.

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So this will be their predicament that I explained about his body armor. How will this issue be decided and decreed and basically everyone will be told That's it? This is it. This is the way it's gonna be now. That deed from Sahih Muslim, where the prophets Allah tells us that on the day of judgment to people of general putting jamna the people of hell or putting the hell death will be brought into shape in the form of a lamb and it will be slaughtered in front of everyone it will be killed in front of everyone. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala will have announced Yeah, and agenda to Hulu and Fela Mota or people of paradise. That's it. This is for all of eternity now no more

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death. Yeah, and narrow people of helpful who don't follow Mota. This is this is it for all of eternity, no more death. And then the profitsystem recited This is number 39 from sort of medium. And did home Yeoman has Sati is put the other one won't be reflected. This is from where we left off yesterday. Well, movies are flat in the wild here is what we call while halia. This is while halia which means but what is their condition right now?

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Even though that'll be the situation that'll be the eventual circumstances. Right? But what is their situation now? Hopefully, hopefully at the end,

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they're completely oblivious.

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The technical definition that we always make are called flies heedlessness. It just means to be oblivious.

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And not just oblivious where you intentionally don't care about something

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like self imposed self afflicted obliviousness like whatever. I don't know, who cares.

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Just I don't care. Oh, if you have nothing, they just don't care.

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And again, the imagery here is fi It doesn't say what coffee alone they are oblivious. None of it says they are in obliviousness.

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They are in

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obliviousness again, the imagery in the Arabic language is it's like they're drowning in their own carelessness. It's like they're drowning in their own obliviousness. It's like they're drowning in their own apathy. They're drowning in it, I just don't care.

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And that I don't care attitude is so bad. They literally do not care about anything. And it gets to the point where they forget how to care about anything. They forget what responsibility was they forget what awareness is. And we see that predicament that can happen with people in their worldly affairs.

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But this is talking about the spiritual affair.

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In the spiritual affair, that this is what happens with people very beautiful, interesting quote about a muffler and the nature of muffler

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you know, we we need to always make sure we don't confuse call flow with anything that is more admirable love less very bad.

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We seek refuge with Allah from hoffler. From this apathy, obliviousness, carelessness, neg negligence, we take refuge with a lot from this.

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But sometimes we should, we should never make the mistake of confusing these things. You know, one common predicament, one common example is, you know, when you're sitting in a lecture, or you're sitting in the masjid or you're sitting in the hookah. Now, of course, as long as it's a reasonable situation, right, as long as it's a decent football, decent lecture, decent scenario, alright, so I understand sometimes your hand is forced, but even then, you should pay attention to this. Sometimes when you're sitting in what could be a situation of learning or a gathering or a lecture or football or something like that class. And he's kind of doze off you sleep. Kind of knock off you doze off

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just a little bit.

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Oftentimes, people say, oh, Sakina brother Sakina, right. Because the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says, that he that so much Tanaka when Phoebe timbu Tila whenever people gathered together in one of the houses of a law, you have guru and Allah they remember Allah or gets Luna kita kita Bella who ate the data sooner who the reciting the book of Allah and studying it. nessa letter, it was Sakina Illa Allah Allah Sakina Sakina descends upon them peace and tranquility descends upon them. So even Mr. Udo the Allahu anhu Abdullah bin Masuda the Allahu anhu was the mockery and the MA Lim,

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who was a mockery and the wild limb of the Sahaba. It's probably children just messing with you. Sorry. It was he was a mockery, I used to do that. So I know exactly what that's about. So he was a mockery. And then why limb of the Sahaba he was the teacher, the Quran, teacher, and just the general staff, the teacher, the wild limb of the generation of Sahaba, and have your own very knowledgeable, there are quotes of the Sahaba that say

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that all of the knowledge of our generation of the Sahaba used to end on two people.

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mean there were two guys that were more knowledgeable than everybody else. And that was a leader of the Allahu anhu and Abdullah bin Mr. Udo de la Juan.

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Very, very big scholar of the Sahaba. Can you imagine what that means?

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All right. So he used to teach. It's okay. Sorry. Come on. All right. This is a test of your focus and your attention span. All right. So he said teach people and SubhanAllah. Something amazing about him was that he used to teach people common lectures. This is like we have the students here for the summer program. That's a different scenario where these are more serious or more intermediate advanced type students. It's a bigger commitment. And they come in knowing that they're making that commitment, but just like general rules for the common people for the common public, the common oma, he used to give those public lectures once a week.

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And when people would ask him to do more, he says, No, the process of them told me to never make people tired of the dean. So he's to do it once a week. So he's giving his lecture. He's teaching his lesson. And he noticed some people kind of dozing off.

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All right, so he says he, what do you what do you think you're doing?

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What's going on? Right? What's going on with you? And so the person said, Sakina Sakina. Right. We're talking about Koran and Islam in a line or sukeena. I've delivered Masuda the Allahu anhu said something interesting about a muffler. He said Sakina is sleeping in the battlefield.

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Sakina sleeping in the battlefield, sleeping in the mustard.

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Sleeping in the darkness, sleeping in the lesson sleeping in the hotel is not Sakina. That is called filler. That's carelessness. That's negligence. That's apathy.

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Because you're not paying attention to how can I improve my life based on what's being said? And a common predicament we often have is we're assessing the level of interest that we have we invest into a lecture or hook by based on Is there anything that he's saying that I don't know already? That's not the objective. What is he saying that I do not live at the moment that I am not practicing right now. So he could be talking about the fact that

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If you have to pray five times a day, what you should not be assessing is do I know that I have to pray five times a day or not? Rather, what you should be assessing is do I pray five times a day or not?

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Do I pray five times a day or not?

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All right. So hoffler so hopefully hopefully, they're buried in this type of negligence carelessness, apathy, obliviousness, well, whom law Youth Law mood

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and their condition right what Excuse me, what whom law you know, and their condition is such today here now, law you know, not only do they not believe right now, but they will not believe going forward.

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And there's a very interesting relationship here. The first one was in the nominal form fee how flatten they are drowning in their obliviousness, their their carelessness, their apathy.

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Secondly, it uses it uses a verb it's the verb after that. And not just Is it a verb, but it's the present slash future tense verb, that because of that apathy, go fly is such a dangerous thing, that if you fall prey to her flow, if you fall victim to the flow, if you let yourself fall into her flow, it will lead you to disbelief and not only will it lead you to disbelief, it stunts your spiritual growth.

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It stops you because these people are obviously disbelievers right now, right. But because they have become hoffen because they have become oblivious, and apathetic. And negligence, they will continue to remain in disbelief. They will continue to disbelieve their disbelief will renew itself over and over and over again. Because hostile is one of those things that again, it's like it's like you drowned in it.

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It's it blocks the Amanda nude of the heart.

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It's it stunts your spiritual growth, you don't see the truth, you don't hear the truth because you don't care about the truth.

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So the first thing is to get out of that hoffler.

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And the way you get out of that hafla is by first of all, the vicar of Allah needs to be revived in a person's life. A person needs to recommit themselves to

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the vicar of Allah, and Vicar of Allah as many manifestations. Just even say the name of Allah. But what's more important than that is do actual advocate. And actual true actual advocate is reflection.

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reflection, don't just say Subhan Allah, but think about what's behind Allah means think about how absolutely perfect and flawless is Allah, known as Al Hamdulillah. But think about hamdulillah think about all the things that you are grateful to Allah for everything, all the reasons why Allah deserves praise from you.

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Don't just say stuff for the love but think why you need to seek forgiveness from Allah. What are the things that you've done? And then the other manifestations of the recitation of Quran very important, the thing the Quran is like a shield from hafla.

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The Quran is the cure for Koffler. You need to develop a personal intimate relationship with the Quran, read the Quran, memorize the Quran, understand the Quran,

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all of these things.

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And then the third thing that I'll mention here, a third manifestation of Vicodin. welcome Miss salata. lithic re establish established a prayer for the sake of my remembrance like Allah commanded Moosa Salah prayer, commit yourself to prayer. Prayer will literally drag you out of hoffler

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prayer is that Lifeline it's the lifeline it's what will save you from your muffler

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and supply something that's very important

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so hopefully conflict in your home let me know and they just don't believe and they will continue to not believe.

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Finally, a last pattern which Allah says here in national network of the woman Allah what Elena your job in

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most definitely we and only we

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most definitely we in NA, this has an attached pronoun so it only means most definitely in that means most definitely, certainly,

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most definitely we and then again you have nothing to another independent pronoun. That's for emphasis exclusivity, most definitely we and only we

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marry through Nettie through we will inherit, we will inherit. Literally this comes from the word if which means to inherit netease we will inherit a lot of the what will we inherit the earth, the ground, the entire Earth?

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and anyone that is on the earth,

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anyone who is on the earth we will inherit them as well. Now what does that exactly mean? This is of course Allah subhanaw taala speaking in first person, and plural, and I haven't clarified this yet because most people are familiar with

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But it should be clarified, just for clarification sake and also to not assume anything on behalf of anyone listening to the lesson. That is when Allah subhanaw taala speaks in the plural, that should cause no level of confusion or some theological,

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you know, some theological crisis for a person. This is what we call the Royal plural or the majestic we,

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the Royal plural, or the majestic we, all right, what that simply means is that when somebody from a higher position speaks, and he, specifically speaking in a tone, or in a situation or circumstances where he is demonstrating his not just his authority, but his benevolence, and his control over the situation, then that plural is used to show the superiority.

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And within air, and this applies in every language, we see we see this in every language.

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And with in Arabic, it's very, very common. It's actually a wide as a very broad usage within the Arabic language. So someone so that when you're speaking to someone older than you, like you're speaking to your father or somebody older than you or somebody in a position of respect with you. And you want to say that,

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you know, you did this,

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you did this. So the tone of respect the way that the Arabs would say that respectfully, is they wouldn't say five takizawa, you did this such and such thing. They would say fine tune cassava. And they would use the plural, all of you then this and this. Now, of course, he's only speaking to one person, his father, but he's using a plural to show respect to the Father. So generally, the plural is used to create a tone of respect. And that's why Allah subhanaw taala speaks in the plural. In national government Alia, most definitely we and only we will inherit the entire earth and everything, everyone that is on the face of the earth. Now, what does that mean? What's that talking

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about? It doesn't literally mean inheritance, like the way we think of it not legal inheritance, not inheritance in terms of Fiqh, legal inheritance, because that wouldn't make any sense.

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It means inheritance in terms, it's using the word the meaning of inheritance more figuratively. It's figuratively using the meaning of inheritance, that what is the end conclusion of inheritance? That, where does everything end up? Right? Where does everything end up eventually. And, you know, like, you hear somebody say, like, if somebody, somebody you know, has somebody has an older uncle, or an older grandparent, or an older parent, and they have all this money, then somebody asked him about the money's not worried. Eventually, it's all going to be mine anyways. Right? Eventually, it'll all be mine anyways. And what he means is, I'm the one who's gonna inherit all of this.

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Right? Or the father might tell the son, son, this is all gonna be yours. One day, the father tells the son, son, this is all gonna be yours one day, about the business about the House about the money, this law Bureau and yours one day. That's what it means. inheritance in the figurative sense means where does everything end up at the end of the day,

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that these people fight over control on the earth, these people fight over dominance on the earth, who has more followers, who has more people who has a bigger army, who has more control, who has more money, who has more, more influence, they fight over these things, but less power and someone says that they're wasting their time. Remember, it said, *, that woman beat him that says all these people are wasting their time? Because at the end of the day, who does everything belong to? It belongs to a law. It belongs to him now. Absolutely. But right now there's at least this illusion. There's at least this illusion, that no, this is mine. Somebody can delude themselves into

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thinking that this is mine right now.

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But on the Day of Judgment, when everything is said and done, will there be any doubt left in anyone's mind about what is a lesson what is mine? There'll be no doubt soft. No doubt, no one's going to try to stand on that day and try to argue

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this is mine. No one's gonna try to do that.

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We have that beautiful iron the Quran as well, where it talks about certain movements a little of often

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where he talks about that, that when everything in the defeat of the those athletes mentioned, that when everything

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when everything is completely done, when everyone has passed away when all the all the souls of everyone have been taken up, even the angels and even the angel of death and not a living thing not a living soul remains. It is only a law that Allah subhanaw taala will pose that question limonene will Coolio.

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Who does control Kingdom authority belong to today? The law Why? When there's no response Allah, Allah will say Linda Hill,

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it belongs to Allah alone.

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It belongs to Allah Allah. So in nonanal Nettie for a woman, Allah and everyone who's on the face of the earth.

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That's eventually ended up in answer to a law. Everyone has to answer to Allah.

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Mammon Rosalyn enlasa You called him a hora boo les Sabina, who were Bina Who told you man, the prophets a lot a settlement inauthentic narration from behati Muslim tells us not a single person exists, except that that person a las panatela will directly speak to them, address them and hold them accountable. Lisa Bina who Urbina Who told you man, there will be no intermediary no translator no interpreter between the two of them

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alone will hold each and every single person accountable for young doodle amen I mean, who what would that person do who looked to his right and try to get away for like euro Illa maka demo minimally, you'll see nothing but his own actions blocking him off. For young guru. I mean, who you look to his left for a young gorilla maka demo, you'll only see his own actions for younger lubaina beignet a day he then you'll look in front of him for the Euro in the narrative kawaji then he will only see the fire of hell blazing and burning in front of his face.

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Everybody's got to face that day. The prophets a lot he said um tells us that that that day is coming.

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When not the feet of Adam, even at the feet of ebonite of the feet of the Sun about them human beings. lag is Allah Kadima even even Adam had to use Allah

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or bang that that day is coming that the feet of the son of Adam will not be able to move from their place until he answers for for things

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I normally eat FEMA have now a FEMA of now one Shabaab at FEMA oblah about his life What did he spend his life doing his youth or how did he spend his youth his money How did he earn it out the spending how much of his knowledge the the practice so everyone's got to stand before a line answer to a law international out of the woman Alia what Elena you have john, but Elena, your john, and to us alone. And the reason why I put that word alone to us only to us alone.

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is because there is reverse sentence structure here abnormal sentence structure. It's normally your own Elena, but here it's Elena Yoda on to us alone, will they all be returned? Will they all be returned to geralyn? Now again, my Arabic students yuja una, you know that this is passive? This is passive. Right? Now, what's the what's what's the point of it being passive? Normally if you just read that across you tend to us alone, will they all return? No, no, will they be returned

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to us alone? Will they all be returned? Not will they return but they will be returned? passive and the implication the significance of that linguistically is if it to us alone will they all return meaning they're coming of their own accord?

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They're coming of their own will their own record by their own will? Alright, let's go time to go like the ring bell rings and Okay, let's go Bismillah

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but that's not the case. You're gentle, they will be returned that whether willingly or begrudgingly.

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Whether willingly or unwillingly, begrudgingly doesn't matter whether they want to or not, whether they're ready or not.

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They will have to go. There'll be made to go

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It's time to go.

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The cron tells us about this that when death comes to people what do they say? Is that jahad everyone moto Kala from big own

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big Ronnie

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Allah send me back send me back

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loudly alma lasallian FEMA Toronto go and go do good where I forgot to do it right didn't do it. Kela Toby told no way. It's not happening. Sorry. It's not gonna happen. In the haircutting Martin who are caught this just talk this is empty talk. doesn't mean anything at this point.

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You could have returned back to a line this dunya Toba dova means to return back, you could have returned back to Allah willingly.

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willingly, you could have returned back to Allah. You chose not to do that now where you are being returned to a law

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but not in a very good condition. Now you're being returned to Allah to be held accountable. But Elena, you're on

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the next passage, starting with ID number 41. As I told you previously,

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this is the next passage of the sutra.

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Now we've come across a few small small passages, like if you go all the way back to the beginning of the sutra.

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All right, you see that from the very beginning of the pseudo was a story of zirconia. Then from iron number 16, to one through 15 was the story of Korea and his son the birth of his son Yahya, Allah him.

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Set up. Then for my ID number 16. It was a story of money, I'm in the birth of Isa, and he set up

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then from ID number 34. It was like the conclusion.

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It was a conclusion.

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tier two ID number 41, ending with ID number 40. However, at the same time, what you can say is that these are three small subsections. But they all come together to be the first major part of the pseudo part one of the pseudo you can see that these are three subsections that formed together that come together to be the part one of the sutra.

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Alright, that entire chapter is concluded. But that doesn't mean we're going to be disconnected. We're going to talk about something completely off the wall and random topic now. No, no, it connects. There's there's segway there's transition. There's consistency. Nevertheless, that was one major issue that was covered altogether. I number 41 starts the middle part two of the sutra in total and major parts or three parts of the sutra. The first part of the suit, obviously was an address to the afternoon Kitab. It was an address to the afternoon keytab Jews and Christians Jews because they rejected belief in their Isa and he said I'm so they're being reminded that Listen, you

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are missing the point here as Ali Salaam and everything that happened with him, why do you have trouble believing in that? Don't you believe in Allah? Don't you already believe in prophets and miracles? Then what makes us a little difficult to believe in this? The Christians are being addressed as well, because they're being told that you've deified as Anakin saddam, and you need to rethink that, because he's a creation of a law. So first, the story of Zachary. And yeah, he has given to them that look, he was born as a miracle.

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And similarly, Isa was born as a miracle. And at the end of the day, your focus needs to be the greatness of Allah. And that's how you reconcile all of this. And, of course, our lesson and are a bit out here, like I talked about, in the beginning, pass it in the beginning days, he taught us how to make dua. He taught us valuable lessons about parenting. It taught us valuable lessons of how to be a good child. It talks about what else the predicament of elderly parents Remember, we talked about that. So taught us how to be a good child when we've grown up when we're mature, adults, ourselves, and our parents are very old and senile. How do you continue to be good to them and take

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care of them. We read about medium and how she was a mother and how her parents were. And that entire situation we learned about the the purity, the decency, the modesty, the self respect of medium.

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We learned about her esala his setup, and the type of person that he was and his qualities and dealing with the land dealing with the people. And then we got these very valuable lessons in these last few is about believing in a law and how to properly believe in the law and to prepare for that day, that day that's coming. So that day, we have as little regret remorse as possible.

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Here now, the Middle Passage, I'll go ahead and first tell you about the third part of the sutra. The third part of the sutra will be an address to the mu shikun of Makkah, Mashallah Khun people completely disbelieve in Allah and associate partners to Allah, and especially the Moshe Cohen, which was the predicament of the prophets, a lot of the people he was having to deal with, and how to deal with those people. And it's a reprimand to those people. So the middle part of the sutra has two primary functions in terms of the overall grander scheme. There's lots of lessons that we're going to learn here. But when you talk about the overall

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theme of the sutra, it has two primary purposes, here are two things. The first thing I want you to make a note of is that this serves as that segue

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that it goes from talking about something that is very, very specific to the annual Kitab. But if you talk to her about her, he saw a salon to the machico. They don't even know what you're talking about. And they don't care what you're talking about.

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But before he talks to the machine, when it connects everything, and it connects everything by first talking about Ibrahim Ali Hassan and I talked about this when we in the introduction to the surah Ibrahim Ali Salam is a universal figure. That universal figure that he is not only revered by the animal Kitab and by the Muslims, but he's also very strangely, very interestingly, he was revered by the Michigan of Makkah as well. People that didn't even believe in prophets and messengers and all of this business, they even revere him. So he serves as that connection, the universality of the message is emphasized through here.

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The second thing is that

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at the same time, remember I told you one of the themes of the sutra is the consistency of the message

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that these teachings that Mohammed salani sent him has are consistent throughout all the teachings of all the prophets throughout all the generations and centuries. And again, so we are not only going to see but on him on he said I mentioned but we're also going to see the mention of Mossad agents

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And we're also going to see the mention of Harun Ali Salam. And we're gonna see the mention of his Marielle and Idris and Yaqoob Allah Hema salatu salam.

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And so it's emphasizing the fact that this is the consistent message and teachings of all the prophets throughout the generations. And then the third and last thing here is from talking about zecharia mariamman esala salam, it then switches here to talking about Ibrahim Ali Salam. And this is where the message has to become very personal to the prophets a lot.

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And especially, it's not because he's not just talking about Ibrahim Ali Salaam in general, like in certain ambia, we see the story of Ibrahim Ali Salaam being thrown into the fire.

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In surah, two sulfat we see the story of Ibrahim Ali Salaam, being commanded to sacrifice his son.

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And so they brought him we see the mention of the command of Ibrahim Ali Sam to leave his family in the middle of nowhere. So there's many many profound moments from the life of Mali Salaam that are mentioned in the Quran.

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We see in sort of two that he actually talks about, again, the miraculous birth of sons to Ibrahim Ali Salaam and his wives, that again, he was blessed with sons at a very, very old age. So there's so many specific instances from the life of but I'm Elisa, I'm in the Quran. But this mentions one specific instance. This mentions the challenge, the difficulty of Ibrahim Ali Salaam, dealing with a father, who did not believe

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a father who did not believe a father who is a disbeliever. And not only was he a disbeliever, but he was very aggressive in his disbelief, he was very active in his disbelief.

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He was worshipping idols actively attempting to Islam and Alia,

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attempt to fetal death

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in Serato, and that

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you really take these idols to be your God, your gods, your your deities, worshipped idols actively. Not only that, but then we're like, we're gonna read here, we're gonna learn here later in this passage. He's threatening the Senate. But

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if you don't get your act together, you don't start, stop all this nonsense, talk all this crazy talk, if you don't stop this,

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you're gonna have severe consequences. He's threatening

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his own son, need to leave this. So he's very aggressive in his disbelief.

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And that's a great challenge. I want you I mean, imagine that. It's a challenge for anyone. But then imagine being a prophet and a messenger.

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You're the receiver of divine revelation.

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And your own father just simply doesn't believe. But he attacks your beliefs. And he attacks you.

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Imagine how how conflicting that must be.

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And it's being mentioned here, as a consolation to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Remember, I take you all the way back to the introduction of the sutra, the suta was revealed in the fourth or fifth year of prophethood, the fourth or the fifth year of the message of the preaching of the message in Mecca. And this is right about the time when the message had just gone public. So but you know, the message was very private, the message was being spread through personal networks.

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Now the message had gone public. And as soon as the message went public, what happened?

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The opposition started very aggressively, very openly. And I talked about how very soon after the revelation of the suta, you had a group of Muslims that migrated to EPA, sr, Habesha, Eastern Africa.

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So the prophets, a lot of them is dealing with opposition. But here's the predicament of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam for bilello, the Allahu anhu is really tough. He's being tortured relentlessly.

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But, you know, emotionally.

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He didn't really expect any better from these people.

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These people had to be he was a slave to these people. He didn't belong to these people. He was an outsider. So when they started persecuting him, he goes, Yeah, figures.

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I'm not one of them. I don't belong to them. Of course, they're gonna abuse me.

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But I want you to imagine how conflict how conflicting that could be, for someone in the position of Rasulullah sallallahu, alayhi wasallam,

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that when Abu lahab publicly curses him, and ridicules him, and mocks him. So when the message went public, the message went public. The Dow went public, and the profitsystem gathers everyone together. And he climbs up on the hill. And he gives a message to everyone publicly, who was the first person that spoke up. I Bula. And when we say he was his uncle, we don't mean like some extended uncle. We don't mean like his dad's old buddy. His old dad's old college, buddy, no, not that type of eight

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paternal uncle, a blood uncle. He was his dad's brother.

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He was his dad's actual biological brother.

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And he was someone who for whom that he was someone that had cared for the profits a lot he sent them. After the process of his parents had passed away.

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He had cared for him. He was concerned about him. He said, watch over him, make sure he was okay check on him. This is uncle.

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And so when the promises and takes the public doubt the message public and the dollar public, I believe is the first one to speak up.

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AKA Mohammed.

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Mohammed, let you know some things you see the literal translation means May your hands be broken. Oh, Mohammed. That's not what it meant in their language, though. That's what it literally translates to. But that's not how they used it.

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It's not how they used it. It was it was like cussing someone out. It was like cursing someone in public, like humiliating someone. Like seriously cutting someone out in public. He cussed him out.

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cussed him out.

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And then he says ajomatkan any other? This is what you got is here together for wasting our time with this garbage? What's wrong with you? in public? Can you imagine what that must have been? Like? How how difficult that must be to overcome. And then not only that, but when the prophets a lot. He said now that the public the message in the Dow is public. And he's walking around meeting people preaching to people talking to people publicly.

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What is Abu lahab his own uncle, among others, among others, but his own uncle, a Buddha. What is he doing? He would literally walk around behind the prophets a lot he set up there are narrations in the Sierra narrations in the Sierra. That mentioned when the process that would be walking through the public public areas or like marketplace or industries, I will I would literally be walking around behind him. And you would have like Roxanne is Anthony would throw rocks at him. And he would like start yelling and screaming. Hey, is my crazy nephew everybody.

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You know like you would mock someone in public? Hey, did you have you met my crazy nephew? Say hi to him? He's crazy.

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Like imagine doing that? And imagine having to deal with that. How difficult How frustrating would be to have a stranger do that. But then imagine your own uncle doing that. So the story of Ibrahim Ali Salaam in this specific instance of his story of his father disbelieving is mentioned here to console the prophets a lot. He said,

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Oh, Mohamad.

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What's going on with you? I know what's going on with you. I see what's going on with you. But don't worry, you're not the first person to deal with this situation. There were others before you, your forefather. Ibrahim dealt with the same type of a situation. But I was there for him. I guided him through that situation. And I will guide you in your predicament as well. I'll take care of you. I took care of Ibrahim, I'll take care of you. Don't worry, I'm here for you consoling Don't lose your cool Mohammed.

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O Muhammad Sallallahu. They said don't lose your cool.

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You keep doing what you're supposed to do. You stay positive, you stay constructive, productive.

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And as far as these challenges and as demanding and as difficult as they may be. I took care of it but I am I'll take care of you. This is what a blessing to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam by mentioning the story of Ibrahim alayhis salam.

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Okay, I'll go ahead and do at least the first part of the ayah just to try to inshallah make our time productive. It's a couple of more minutes till the other what good Phil kitabi. Ibrahim webcor mentioned. So not just remember but mentioned. So not only it's a reminder, see, that's what I'm saying? Yes, consoling the pros mlsa Mohamed, Salah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you're dealing with some very difficult circumstances. But remember, you're going to him.

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Remember Ibrahim,

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and not only that, but it's also mentioned. They reminded others of Ibrahim mentioned to others the story of Ibrahim and his situation with God, Phil kitabi, Ibrahim,

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and not just the three of Ibrahim but specifically that story of Ibrahim which is being mentioned in the Quran.

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So again, we have that cleansing we have that filtering going on here through the word Phil kitabi.

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Phil kitabi. That, specifically, you want to focus on that narrative, that story, that aspect of it, but I hate Molly's Sam's life, which is being given to you in the Koran, because anything else that you might find from the mu shikun of Makkah from the Al Kitab, the Jews and the Christians, whether it's authentic or not, you won't be able to differentiate between that. So what you need to do is you need to focus specifically on that which has been given to you in the Quran. And that is a very important lesson for us and specifically

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by mentioning Phil Kitab in the Quran in the Kitab, he could also be

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emphasizing or explaining one of the functions of the Quran, that the function of the Quran isn't just to tell the story. But the function of the Quran is to tell the story in a way that enlightens you in a way that it helps you through your own personal situations. And so many of us now I'm kind of jumping the gun here, I'm getting ahead of myself, I plan to talk about this more in detail later. But there are people even today who sometimes deal with that predicament of maybe they took Shahada, they accepted Islam, they reverted to Islam, but their parents have not. How do they deal with that situation? How do they reconcile that? How do they create a balance between these are my

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folks, these are my parents, but at the same time, they are disbelieving, especially if they are aggressive in their disbelief, especially if they're cracking down on that child because that child has believed and even more even you can get, you can even apply that within the Muslim community. Sometimes you have younger people, sometimes you have youth and children who sometimes receive the trophy, or the understanding or the ability to pray or to practice their Deen or learn their religion. And their parents aren't quite there yet. And it creates a very severe conflict between them and their parents. How did they deal with that? How do you reconcile that? How do you manage

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that? That is what it will be talked about in these ions. And we're going to discuss that in a lot of detail. So what good Phil kitabi brought him in who most definitely he was gonna.

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Now the kinda here could be extra.

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What what a lot of times what could be explained as he either we translated as he was, or he was, which we'll find it would make sense because it's talking about somebody in the past, or is it could also be referred to as being extra EDA. But we know, grammatically speaking, you could categorize it as something as extra, but rhetorically speaking in terms of meaning, there's nothing that's extra, there's nothing that's superfluous, everything has a placement, everything has a reason everything has a purpose. So what is the purpose of this? This is for extra emphasis, that he consistently was it as a meaning of notches emphasis, but consistently, he consistently maintained what qualities did

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he maintain what was he consistently said D.

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So D, this comes from the root word, which means to truthfulness, truthfulness, that is the root of the word Sadiq is the hype hyperbolic form the hyperbolized noun, the hyperbolized noun, the hyper hyperbolic form, exaggeration, exaggerated now, the exaggerated form.

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So he was very, very truthful, extremely truthful. Now what does this mean that he was truthful? Number one, some of the scholars say that it means that he never told a lie in his life.

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He never told a lie in his life. And the reason why that has some Quranic relevance to it is very, something very interesting is it's another place and maybe I'll talk about this tomorrow if we have some time. But in Sultan ambia, and I'd like you to go ahead and look that up on your own if you get it get some time. And certain MBA talks about the story of Abraham Ali Salaam, how the people from his town, his people go out for a celebration, and he stays back and he says he needs to clean. I don't feel too good.

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I don't feel too good. And when they're gone, then it goes to the idols and he smashes up the idols, and he takes the axe, and he puts it around the neck of the biggest idol. And when they come back, then he says, Ask him,

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why don't you ask him? So the fact that he's now telling them go and ask him, is he lying? When he said, I'm not feeling well? Was he lying? Because he obviously stayed behind to create this whole scenario with the idols, was he lying? So there's a linguistic and literal explanation for what he did over there. It's a very clear explanation. You don't have to try to twist the truth. It's very clear what he meant when he said over there, and I'll explain that tomorrow when we have more time. But nevertheless, here last month, I was making that clarification. No, no, no. Don't you dare ever call Ibrahim a liar? See de con. He always told the truth. He never lied even once in his life. So

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that could be one implication of this. The other thing is Cydia like he was the title of Ibrahim, excuse me, Abu Bakar. The law knows why he was siddik. It means that somebody who

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is sincere and truthful not just in his beliefs, but in his actions and is talking to things. It could also mean somebody who synchronizes what he says and what he does, his action and his talk become synchronized. He's not just somebody who talks but he does what he says. And it could also mean somebody who accepts whatever he is told by Allah, no questions asked.

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And look at it. But what did Ibrahim Ali Salam do when he's being thrown into the fire? Was he worried? We even find that narration the Hadith, the books of Tafseer they mentioned it, that the angels approached

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and said,

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Do you need any help?

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Do you want us to help you out and what did

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Say my inika for

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furs your concern. No, I don't need any help.

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My tokenism Allah, Allah will take care of me Allah will help me. When he's told to leave his family in the middle of nowhere What does he do? He does be wide enough at the center and he leaves him where nothing is nothing lives not just people but not even vegetation. When he's told to sacrifice the sun, what does he do?

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He does it

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he's ready to do it. Of course Allah subhanaw taala then saved for the night will be living hanabi Allah subhanaw taala ransom the son with a lamb right with a an animal to slaughter but that was lazy but it was ready to go.

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He was ready to go. So this was someone who anytime you sold something by Allah ready to do I believe I'm ready to go. Avocado the loved one with that same quality and I told that story previously when that whenever john comes in, he goes Did you hear what your buddy Mohammed is saying about Alicia will Mirage? He went there and he went up to the sky and did all of this in one night and made it back.

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He says if Mohammed ceylonese and Bitsy that because I don't trust you abou john,

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because you're a liar. But in Mohammed salatu salam did I truly say that?

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I got no problem believe I meant to be.

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I believe it. I got no problem with it. So Siddiq. He not only believed but he did everything Allah told him to do, Namibian, and he was also a prophet. He was also a profit. All right, and we'll go ahead and stop here inshallah. There's a little bit of an explanation about the word Namibian. But we'll go ahead and complete that in tomorrow's dentists. May Allah subhanaw taala give us all the ability to practice everything that was said and heard Subhana Allah He will be humble he Subhana Allah who will be humble Mashallah he learns in a software community