Tafseer Of Surah Maryam – Day 17

Abdul Nasir Jangda

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Ayahs 51-53

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rajim Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem Rahim with goldfill kitabi Moosa in Ghana macula

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was guru Phil kitabi dearies. In who can see D can be 105 now who McCann

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hamdulillahi Rabbil alameen

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wa Salatu was Salam ala ZD mursaleen while alihi wa sahbihi wa sallim ala Medina.

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In the previous passage in the last couple of days lesson we read the portion the IOD that were in regards to Ibrahim alayhis salam, and specifically talking about the relationship of Ibrahim Ali Salaam, with his father the dynamic between him and his father.

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And at the end of the passage, the previous passage, it talks about when Allah subhanaw taala talks about blessing, Ibrahim Ali Salaam in spite of what occurred between him and his people in his father in his family, Allah subhanaw taala says we'll have an Allah who is happy aku we gave him as a gift as hoppin yahood. Now one particular observation there is that doesn't make any mention of ismat elearning isn't it only meant makes mention of one of the sons is how, and then his son his grandson Yaqoob. But he doesn't speak about his Mary lolly his serum. But the reason for that is, that is my lolly salon will be spoken about exclusively separately. In particular. The other thing

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that's of it have to take note here is the beginning part of the sutra while it was speaking to and it was addressing the Abu Kitab, the Christians, the Jews and Assad on the hood. And so it spoke about Zakaria and yeah, nice and medium. And then it kind of came to the middle point where he spoke about it. But I am on a system where it's merging the conversation together. Now it is universally addressing everyone from here on out and slowly transitioned into speaking more exclusively to the mushy goon of Makkah to the people that the prophets a lot of someone's having experiencing difficulty with. And so the fact that I mentioned this, how can you alcohol, but I mentioned them

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almost implicitly, it mentions them within the greater discourse that is primarily focused on Abraham. It just kind of alludes to them very briefly. And the fact that it's Mariela spoken about exclusively strengthens that that same fact that the sutra is in the middle of a transition, that the sutra is transitioning from this discussion, or this address to a new Kitab over to the address to people who maybe don't accept religion in any way, shape, or form.

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So this is part of that transition that's occurring here. Allah subhanaw taala now speaks about Musa alayhis salam. All right, so kind of continuing that transition, where it's speaking about one of the great MBL, one of the great prophets, from Vanessa in from the progeny of his Hawk and Yaqoob, and so on, so forth, to kind of conclude with this mention of Musa alayhis salam, but we obviously see like unlike many of the places where Musa alayhis salam is mentioned and spoken about like the following subsequent Surah Surah Surah Surah number 20. How much at length Mousavi Salaam is discussed here is only giving you like a brief little recap about whom was Ali Salam was to very

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briefly addresses him. And then the transition begins by going over to mentioning is married to his Allah.

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Allah subhanaw taala here says what good Phil kitabi Moosa. So men remember First of all, remember, so this is that reminder to the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, let this strengthen your resolve. Let this inspire you and motivate you in the fulfillment of your mission and your task and your responsibility. At the same time, it means mention that also remind others speak of the story of Musashi Salaam, speak of the story of Musa alayhis salam, this will help you build common ground with these people of other faiths that are around you. Because many of them might hold Musa Ali Salaam in high regard. Like we know that beautiful incident from the

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Life of the Prophet sallahu wa sallam were on the journey on the way back from the journey of thought if were the prophets a lot is him finally took some rest in the gardens that belong to Aruba and shaybah. And some of the leaders of Quraysh when the prophet SAW some literally fainted, he passed out due to the the amount of bleeding that he had experienced. At that time, when the prophet SAW some kind of came back to his senses, he noticed that there was a man there kind of taking care of him serving him, he had brought some grapes and brought some, you know, some wet cloth to kind of clean them up and just take care of him watch after him. He had he was a slave, a servant of the

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owners of the garden wet sent him go take care of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when the process of sod is man. He said, Who are you? What's your name? Where are you from? He's a man. He said, my name is a das. I'm from nainoa. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that that's very interesting. Do you know Eunice when Mata is referring to university, his salon? The man says, Yeah, of course. He's one of our forefathers. He's a very revered man in our history. In our culture. We all look up to him. We look back at him. We're proud to call him one of our forefathers. The prophets. A lot of them said and me and him are brothers.

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Or rather he has a problem because how would you know about Eunice the profitsystem said, He's my brother says, How could that be? How could it be your brother this man lived ages ago? How could you be your brother, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that we are both messengers of Allah. He was a prophet of God sent to preach the true message to people. And I am similarly in the same position and therefore we are brothers in Prophethood. So when the men when that connection was made for the man, the man was so

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affected by that connection, it hit home for him, he was able to make that tangible connection between what it meant otherwise it was such an abstract idea to just say I'm a messenger of God.

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But when he made that connection, the man immediately accepted Islam at the hands of the prophets a lot he said and so this is what this is making reference to this is what this is referring to as well. That was good that mentioned Phil kitabi specifically filtered that part of the story of Musa alayhis salaam which has been provided to you in the Quran. What could fill kitabi Moosa so mentioned remember, Take heed take lesson from the story of Musa present in the Quran.

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In the hall gana McCullough son well Canada Sula nebia. So Allah subhanaw taala begins by saying in Ghana lesson that most definitely he was

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selected, he was devoted and dedicated he was purified, if you will. It means to select someone who means to purify something, it means to devote or dedicate something to a particular cause. So what does that exactly refer to because in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala in Surah, number 38, I have 46 Allah subhanaw taala tells us in nathless now whom be highly certain they can adapt.

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That we have selected all of the prophets, we have selected all the messengers behind the certain behind the scenes in the corridor, specifically to remind people of the accuracy of the hereafter. So all the prophets are selected, all the prophets are chosen, all the prophets are purified, all the prophets are dedicated and devoted to a cause. So what does that mean here? Why specifically mentioned it for musante, Salah, all the profits are selected. So what does it refer to here? There's two different ways to understand this. There's two understanding of this two interpretations of this. And of course, both are reflections and both are completely valid.

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The first one is that there was one very special significance to Musa alayhis salam, he was granted a distinct honor that was not granted to other messengers and prophets in that exact way, shape or form. And that is a las panatela tells us and similar to Nisa, and number 164 a lot tells us what kedalam Allahu musataha kleemann What can llama la vamos hacer kleemann and Allah says it with emphasis will kill him Allah Moosa tech Lima is my firm with luck, and the purpose of muffle mukluk has emphasis. All right. So, Allah subhanaw taala says Allah spoke to Moosa and very clearly, openly, directly, literally spoke to him. So that emphasis here is to emphasize the point that this

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is not being used in the figurative sense. Of course, Allah subhanaw taala spoke to all the prophets in the figurative sense, but when it says what kind of a law firm was attacked Lehman it's saying that Allah literally directly addressed and spoke to Moses Elisa, and this is something we know is something that is common knowledge about Musa alayhis Salam collembola. All right, but the reason why that is a distinction of Musa alayhis salam, there is a distinguished characteristic trade feature of Musa alayhis salam because in Surah, number 42, so to shuda iF 51 Allah tells us, well makanda li Bhushan, and it is not fitting

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It is not appropriate for any human being. And you can name a hula hoop, that Allah would speak to any human being, except in law, except for in the particular formats. Why yet through divine inspiration and Revelation, when it would be inspired into his heart. O'Meara jivin all from or from behind a curtain or from behind a barrier.

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Oh, you see Lara suelen. Or you would send a messenger to speak on His behalf a courier like jabril alehissalaam for you here be it Nehemiah and then he would inspire to them through his permission through a loss permission, how whatsoever less power was Allah had willed enough? Well, even Hakeem, most definitely Allah is the most exalted, the constantly exalted in high Hakeem and the constantly wise, the profoundly infinitely wise. So again, we see here that Allah subhanaw taala, has set a certain plan or a certain format in place in order to even communicate with the prophets, but that moose Ali Salaam was made an exception to that format. So this is what it means when it says in the

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who kind of lesson that he was specifically chosen. He was selected above and beyond others, meaning that a las panatela directly spoke to him and addressed him in a fashion that was very specific to masala. That's first.

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The second possible understanding of this is that he was devoted and dedicated. And this is something that's going to come up right here again, that he was devoted and dedicated for Allah subhanho wa Taala. So it could mean you know, got a lesson. Lila, he, he was devoted, dedicated to Allah and there from here, you can begin all the way back from the birth of musala, his Salah

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that he's born at a time when sons children are being slaughtered, it's mandatory killed the children youth up behind

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us are behind avenham they're slaughtering their sons, their kids, their children, and musala Islam is born at such a time and Allah subhanaw taala divinely arranges for the protection of Mussolini's salon, where he inspires to a woman the mother of Musa well ohana Illa, ami Musa and nada de Vega 50 Allah He felt even yummy. When I took coffee with me, that we inspired divinely into the heart. The very troubled the very tumultuous heart. At that time, she was experiencing a lot of strong emotions, she feared for the safety of her child and her baby. So Allah says We inspired within her troubled heart to the mother of Moosa and he, you continue to nurse and feed the child for either 50

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or labor when you are afraid for the child, when you fear for the child for the evil yummy, then you put him into the river, the Nile River, what not to have, he will not as any and at that time, don't be afraid and don't grieve over the loss of your child. Why in Narada, who in a key, because most definitely, we will allege promising and guarantee we will return your child to you in Urdu alayhi wa jal, a luminol Mussolini and we will definitely make him from amongst the messengers and the prophets. He'll be honored and dignified, you haven't thrown your child away. Rather, you've handed him over to us, and we'll return him back to you better than you handed him over to us. We're

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returning back to you as a messenger and a prophet. And we know that how that story eventually played out

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that Musashi Salaam was not just referred, returned to the care of his mother, but he was returned to the care of his mother in a way that was sanctioned, that was ordained by the government of that time that initially had demanded the murder of a child like Musa. So the same King, the same government the same system that's in place that wanted Musab murdered because of which he was being thrown tossed into a river inside of a Chester a boxer a basket. Now that same system is now sanctioning is ordaining that this woman, the mother of Moosa needs to needs to nursery child take care of this child feed this child raised his child, and not only what is this ordained, or this has

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been commanded by that same system, but she is even being compensated for this. So we see that that from the very beginning we see musalla, some very being very selectively chosen, devoted and dedicated for a very specific mission from early on. Not only that, but then he is being cared for us being raised. He's being taken care of financially being provided for by the same man that wanted Mousavi said I murdered and killed the same man.

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And then was Ali Salam grows up. And then we know I've talked about this earlier as a tangent, but we talked about Amazon he said, um, there was that confrontation, and a man is killed, and Mousavi Salama that time is, is unaware of the fact that what type of discussions are going on behind closed doors and that basically they've realized musos demand

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pulled this off and fit on the saying I've had enough of him I never wanted this kid to begin with. And now I finally have the reason that I needed in order to, you know, literally kill him. So I'm coming after him now. But then what does Allah subhanaw taala do? Well, Colorado minuman alafair on a tumu imana who are talking to Luna Rajan in a polar bear la vaca Jacksonville bagnato mirabito. Allah subhanaw taala arranges for a believing man amongst the people of Freetown and that is believing men not only tries to defend Musa alayhis salam in the in the in those private meetings, but then it comes over to musante ceram Elite see information you need to get out of dodge.

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You need to skip town you need to get out of here because they're coming for you. They're gunning for you. So musante salam, again, through divine protection, divine arrangement, he escapes, not only does he escaped, does he is he exiled? Does he escape? Is he in the middle of nowhere? Is he away for is he some traveler? None or not at all. But rather he ends up in a very, very beautiful place like Medan. And over there last peninsula again divinely arranges for him to be able to meet up with

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a man of the caliber, and have the distinction which majority of children are in the opinion of a man like shrayber alayhis salam Shriver alehissalaam. So now he's being mentored by a prophet in a messenger

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and allows arrange for his marriage

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to someone as noble as a daughter of a messenger. And we even see hear her talking earlier and sort of to the castles in that passage, the way she speaks, let's say,

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she walks with dignity and modesty and self respect. And then the wage, how intelligent she is the way she addresses her father. So this is a very good man, you need to hire him. He'll be very useful to you. And she's noted the qualities that he has, or we do not mean.

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He's very strong, he's strong willed, he's a strong man. And he's also a mean, he's also very trustworthy. It's the type of person that you've been looking for that you need to help you around with things.

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So he, Allah subhanaw, taala, arranges for his mentorship through a prophet, Allah arranges for him to be married to a righteous, pious, intelligent woman.

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I mean, look at the level of this arrangement that is going on. It's like he's being prepared. He's being prepped, he's being arranged for taking care of selected from the very beginning to serve this very, very strategic role.

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And then, of course, he's selected for Prophethood and messenger hood. And then the rest of that goes on. Some of the other arrangements are made we're going to talk about in just a second. So MOCA lesson, he was selectively chosen, he was very specifically chosen, devoted and dedicated to Allah, either by through Allah subhanho wa Taala, speaking to him addressing him, or through this divine arrangement of everything that miraculously precisely occurred in the life of Musa alayhis salam. And I mean, Subhana Allah, I don't mean to linger. But when you read the story of Musa alayhis salam is the constant theme of disarray. musante salam, if there was one, it's his back was always against

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the wall.

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You know, like we say, as a metaphor, his back was always up against the wall.

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So he's got to go back into court of Musashi setup,

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where he's accused and wanted for a crime back up against the wall. But Allah subhanaw taala takes care of him arranges for him there.

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The staff and the snake, then he's being called out to a showdown with the greatest magicians of his time. And it's being there's there's all the shady business going on there. Everything is rigged, the entire situation is set up, again back up against the wall, one man against an empire in a kingdom.

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But Allah subhanaw taala ranges from there.

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Then when he finally escapes with his people, now the armies behind them and the oceans in front of them back up against the wall. Again, Allah subhanaw taala says what further biasa Canberra, go and strike the ocean with your staff, what? Go and strike the ocean with your staff. Allah subhanho wa Taala arranges for him in such miraculous fashion and never been seen before. And then when he's traveling with his people, when he has his people with him, and it's a period of tests and trials, everybody's thirsty and dying of thirst, for biasa can

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strike a stone with your staff. Again, back up against the wall, Allah subhanaw taala says just tap a rock with your staff. He taps it, springs start shooting out from there, water starts sprouting out from rocks. This is constant theme in the story of Musa alayhis salam where Allah subhanaw taala keeps providing for him taking care of him. So his back is constantly up against the wall but Allah is always there for him in the whole kind of lesson. Well, Ghana Rasulullah in Abuja, and he was also a TA soon and in a B. Now we talked about at length we talked about the meaning of the word and to be

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the word or soon, the word Ross

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In the Arabic language comes from the root of the word, which means to send a message from a higher authority.

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It means to send a message from a higher authority in classical in ancient Arabic and the Quranic language, it means to send a message from a higher authority.

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All right.

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Now, the word real soon is used for messengers and prophets like messengers of Allah, because they are sent with a message from the ultimate authority.

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And that is Allah subhanaw taala. So that is what the word rose who literally means, the one who was sent with a message from a higher authority, and here refers to messengers of God, messengers of Allah, because they are sent with a message a divine message from the ultimate of authorities, Allah subhanaw taala.

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So there you go. However, we know that there is a difference between being real soon. All right. And now what is the difference? What is that distinction? There are numerous opinions on the topic and subject, I'll mention just a couple of them here.

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One opinion, that oftentimes is, and I don't mean to mock or make fun of this, but just This is usually what you find in very, very, very basic textbooks, things that are meant for children just to let them kind of grasp or comprehend the topic or the understanding the difference between the terms. So like the Sunday school definition, our difference between Rosalina B is that B is prophet Rasool means one that was sent with a, with a book, right? Right. So that's typically what we're told. While that is an opinion, that doesn't really completely Hold up. All right, when you even make an observation of determine how it's used in

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a more accurate definition. And this is lovely, that is, uh, that that explanation is given, obviously, because it's being given to people who maybe don't have the ability to fully comprehend the more in depth, the more academic or in depth and explanation. But the difference between those who didn't know be in, in the opinion of many, many scholars, a lot of scholars is that Nabhi is a prophet of Allah, divinely inspired to selected to receive divine revelation and preach and teach to the people on behalf of Allah.

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But Rasulullah is one that is sent with a new code of law, a new code of law. So whether in other words, a formal text, like a book, a key Tod, which was revealed or not, like zabuton, Torah and ingenious or onyx cetera, or the sort of Ibrahim, right whether or not there was an actual formal text that was revealed or not, and nevertheless, still refers to

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a new code of law being given.

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And new code of law being delivered. Some scholars have differed with this as well, though,

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because we do find instances where sometimes messengers or prophets, where we typically assume or understand that maybe they were carrying on the same code of law, that, you know, they are still referred to as little sulan. Those that we know received a new code of law, were not referred to as our school, et cetera. So there are some scholars that say, No, that doesn't, even though for the most part, they did. When you apply that particular understanding the difference the distinction between Rasulullah Nabhi that it's talking about those of us who talks about those as received a new code of law in at in any capacity, that definition pretty much holds up that holds up. There is a

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smaller minority that though however, it says no, the distinction is Nabhi is kind of like that personal honor and distinction that was granted to prophets who are given that divine inspiration by Allah Rasulullah, however, refers to the fact when they were sent on a very, very specific mission and cause then they would be called the recipient. So as long as that they were being honored and dignified by being called Nabhi, because they were being divinely inspired to then that title applies. So it's almost like that personal distinction that was communicated with this individual, he is nubby and then as soon as when they are sent on a specific mission and cause, well law, which

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Allah Allah, however, what I would like to explain is, those are the technical definitions are differences between the word rosalinda be from a technical perspective, from a terminology perspective, what I would like to explain is the difference between the beam rasuluh from a literary linguistic perspective and how it's using the Quran.

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Specifically, we can look at this on how it refers to the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Mohammed Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam whenever he's spoken about in the Quran, sometimes he's called the rosehill. Sometimes he's called nebby. Why Ross Wilson place why nobody's in place. Whenever the dialogue or discussion in a particular place, emphasizes or speaks about, or alludes to the prophets a lot a psalms dealing, his interaction with other human beings with other people. It's emphasizing him dealing with the people

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The Terminal B is used for the profits a lot.

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So to Surah number 66 when Allah subhanaw taala says, Yeah, you had an A bu Lima to harima, halala hulak. They're talking about him interacting and dealing with his wives. There was a little bit of an issue between him and his wife said, I'm not going to eat honey anymore. There was a little bit of a situation there. And at that time, the prophet Allah subhanaw taala is saying, why are you forbidding that which I have made permissible for you? Oh, Mohammed salatu salam, but there Allah refers to him as Yeah, you know, be nebby because it's talking about his dealing with his wives.

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When it talks about

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sitting down and talking to his own wives and his daughters and the women of the believers about hijab about modesty. Allah subhanaw taala says, Yeah, you Hannah. Bu Surah

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Surah number 33 Yeah, you Well, yeah, yeah, you wanna be you? Only as Raja Baba Nautica, when he's I mean,

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old Prophet, oh, Nabhi, say to your wives, and your daughters and the women of the believers. You Dineen, Allah hinnom Angelababy in the conversation continues from there. So again, because it's talking about him having to sit down and explain this, and impart this and instill this oneness within his wives and his daughters and the women of the believers, again that interaction is being emphasized. So therefore, the word termina B is being used.

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Even so much so that when it when there was a little bit of that issue to resolve between the wives of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Messenger of Allah salon, he said, I'm insulted. And Allah refers to the wives of the prophets, Allah Nizam, he addresses them as Yanis and nubby Yan is an OB, all women are wives of the Prophet ceylonese Allah.

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But when it talks about when it addresses or when it speaks about the Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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and it has emphasizing the fact that he has been sent by a law, so it emphasizes his relationship with the law. It's not emphasizing the interaction with the people. The bigger emphasis there the greater emphasis there is on his connection back to a law that this man is not speaking on his own behalf. This man speaks on behalf of Allah, the higher authority the ultimate authority, there the terminal soon is used. Yeah, you have rasuluh bellisima Angelica Moravec Oh messenger odo soon deliver the message that has been revealed to you why, why?

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Because if you own from our beloved reseller, if you will not try your best to deliver the message, then you have not done your job you have not delivered the message.

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So again, it's that accountability of delivering the message which relates him back to a law which connects him back to Allah. Yeah. Cool. Yeah, you are assuming Alia you are not in the Rasulullah he like him Jimmy Cole, say announced address. Yeah you Hannah's Oh people Oh humanity or mankind. In the Rasulullah he named him Jimmy. I am the messenger of Allah who has been sent to all of you.

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Meaning don't think that I speak out of on my own behalf and I'm bringing this out of my pocket.

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But I have been sent by Allah in the Rasulullah hillegom Jamia. So that's a little bit of a difference of how it's used within the Quran. Allah huhtala Allah.

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So here it says in the who canon macula sunward Kana rasulillah beagan. So it says musala Hassan was both was both a Rasulullah and Dana B

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was both eight or seul ending a B.

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So already we notice a little bit of a difference when referring to Brahim Adi Salaam, it said in Ghana, so deep and Abuja, so different Libya, here for musala salami taking on Sudan, Libya,

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Sudan, Libya.

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And part of the distinction for this is again, yes, we talked about Ibrahim Ali Salam how he was tested very severely, numerous times, dozens of times, and he was always compliant. He was always ready to go he was always some IANA wattana.

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And that's why it emphasized him being said, Do you hear about musante salam is emphasizing rasuna because Musashi salam, the the the greater challenge that musala salam had, was in interacting and dealing with the people

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that he had to interact to deal with for Alan and his people. And then when finally he was able to find reprieve from Iran and his people, then he struggled with even quote unquote, who were supposed to be his own people dealing with Vanessa, he was in a work walk in the park for musante. Salah It was very challenging, it was very difficult. I mean, the Quran is full of that narrative.

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It's full of that story. And so, Booz Allen Salama, was constantly having to deal with people, people who were skeptical of what he said people who would challenge his authority, so it emphasizes him being a rasuluh him

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Assume that he wasn't just an A B, he wasn't just somebody that was receiving divine inspiration and teaching the people. But he was he assumed he was communicated to he was specifically representing the ultimate authority. And it was a tragedy for those people, that they did not see that they did not understand that that they did not unequivocally, without any hesitation, they did not accept that authority of musante husana that he was speaking on behalf of Allah Wakanda Rasulullah nebia Allah subhanaw taala then goes on to tell us about masala Salam says, When are they not Who?

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When are they now who and we called out to him?

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We called out to him.

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We called out to him in the word and the DA is used here. The word NIDA is used here

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to emphasize the fact and this is again that Parana corroboration This is a very beautiful consistency within the Quran. Because when you look at with the literal meaning of the word nidaa, it can often refer to calling out to someone to addressing someone speaking to someone that you cannot see

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that you cannot see.

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Right so the fact that it says when our Drina, who we call out to Him, it is emphasizing the fact that musala salam could not see who was addressing him, because we know that Mousavi Salaam did ask Allah for what Robbie

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he said under a lake

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under a lake. All I want to see you I want to look at you. Allah subhanaw taala Atlanta Ronnie, you won't be able to see me. Well, I can into Elijah Valley for any sakara Makana hufa Safa torani rather look to the mountain if it stays in his place for sofa toorani then maybe possibly in the future you might be able to see me

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for that matter, gelato bulan Giovanni Jalla who Deccan Hara moussaka

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finally when Allah subhanaw taala did emit his nude upon the mountain. What happened to it that can literally became Destin ashes

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became rubble again nothing will cover musasa

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musala ceram fainted pass out for llama avacado Super Hannah caught up to the lake over and Amina musi mean, when he finally came back to his senses, he was he came back, he woke up,

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he recovered subhanak how absolutely perfect Are you got up? took it to an egg I see. I seek repentance, I repent to you from for making such a demand and a request.

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I submit without any questions without any without any concern without any hesitation, that my request to see you wasn't out of some type of a doubt that was lingering on my part. It was just that that desire to see the beloved.

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It was the desire to see the beloved. So we see that that that that that is mentioned specifically in the Quran. musala salam spoke he was used to be addressed by Allah, but he was never able to see and look upon Allah. And so that's why very specifically the word na de na who we called out to him, meaning in a way that he could not see when are the nahu from where min Gianni bit. Where did we call out to Him in January 2000. Amun Janet. Janet means the side, the side of a tour. The side of a tour. A tour is of course the mountain that is referring to where Musashi Salaam went to communicate with Allah, Allah even

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the right side, the right side of the mountain. All right, I apologize if somebody sees me smiling. We have a student in the class named Ayman and he's taking the opportunity to smile at me and you know, he's relishing in the moment, Masha Allah, may Allah bless you, and forgive you. All right. So when I did have them in January 2000, amen. So Allah subhanaw taala says, We called out to him from the right side of the mountain tool, Mount tool. Now what does that mean right side

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to understandings literal, or more metaphorical,

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literal meaning is, it was the right side of the mountain.

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However, and then over here, the scholars coming through a little bit of a discussion that Musashi said on this is whether this is referring to the very first time you see divine revelation are talking about later on, and it turns into a very, very complicated discussion that involves geography and a lot of things a lot of information that is not completely confirmed. That is not completely confirmed. Therefore, majority of the mythos you don't take the metaphorical meaning here, the metaphorical meaning that and this is very prominent within the the Koran and classical Arabic

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And I'll give you an example.

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Have this as well, that the right side of something when you say something is of the right side of hyperbole I mean, when you first have people have journals, Hubble yumminess, Hubble maimana. Right? It doesn't literally mean people have the right hand side.

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Right? But that's not what's important as what they're sending on the right hand right hand side of what? So that's not a question that we're supposed to ask. It's using a metaphorical meaning here, that the right hand is representative of something being good.

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Saying something is of the right, something is on the right hand of something, something is of the right hand side is representative of something being blessing, something being good.

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And as How will you meet people of Paradise are called the people of the right hand side. The Prophet alayhi salatu salam says in the law, you hibou, Miami and so forth.

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In the law, you hibou may Amina sufu, Allah subhanaw taala loves the right hand side of the lines in prayer.

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Now if we were to literally apply this Hadith, we'd have a huge problem. Because you know, you'd walk in for prayer, and the entire right hand side of the module would be packed, and all the stuff would be incomplete, people would start forming half stuffs. All right. So that become problematic. So that's not what it means. Means the last panel, whatever loves the good stuff.

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Allah loves and blesses the subs that are good. The lines of prayer that are good. And what makes a line of prayer? Good. I'm gonna make it straight. I want to make it straight. All right. And that universally applies.

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All right, not getting into any defect issues. But it's often been an observation, it's having been any mom, these things are brought brought to your attention constantly. that a lot of times there's not real. On the brother side, it's not observed very well. And on the sister side, it's somehow seen as maybe that's their the exception to the rule. Nevertheless, not going to get into the whole discussion of, you know, not going to get into the whole discussion. All right. All right. But nevertheless, stuff needs to be straight. The straightness of the self is something that is emphasized the prophets a lot. He said, I'm gonna do it all out on him.

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He will literally take his, he would take his spear, and he would straighten this off, hold it up to the chest of people, like hold it like this sideways to see if like the spear straight. If people's chests were lined up, they're standing straight, he would sometimes take a spear and just draw that little line in the sand in the ground, make sure you're lined up straight.

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And there's a beautiful story about that one time when a man was kind of standing forward in the process and poked him with the spear and said, move back to Manta, ah, you hit me.

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That ain't right. Right. So the profits a lot. He said him said, Hey, sure. That's not right. So he said, now I get to hit you back. So probably some say that's only fair.

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So he said, Here you go. He says, No, you know, his chest was a little uncovered. It was open. So perhaps the sun was wrapped with a shawl around him like you often with his reader. So you see your chest is covered. So the prophets, he said that? No, it's got to be the same equal equal, you know, works. So the Prophet says, some remove the die expose his chest and he said, Go ahead. And then the man had the profits a lot, he said, So anyways, but so something's got to be straightened. That's what it refers to. So when the prophet SAW Selim says the right hand, the right hand side of the line, it doesn't literally mean the right side of the line. I keep saying this, and everyone's like,

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what's he talking about? That's not the right side of the machine. That's right hand side for me right now. Okay. But it's the right hand side of the soft that's not what it literally means. It means the good stuff, the bless itself, which is the one that is straight, the one that has individuals standing in it, who are focused and concentrated in prayer, the one that is made up of people that is put together of people who have who sure in their salon, that is the good stuff.

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So that's what it refers to here. minjerribah truly a man, that is just a blessing.

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He, uh, he that when we called out to him on the side of the mountain of food, and this was a very blessed place. This was a very blessed place minjerribah to the layman. And we see here this, that even about the time when he received divine revelation, we see there to Allah subhanaw taala told him in nikka Villa del mocha de si,

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you are in a blessed Valley. So it's talking about the because anywhere where Allah subhanaw taala communicates to someone is obviously a blessing place. Not just a blessing occasion, but a blessing place. So let's is when Athena homogenic

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Robin alguna de Vaca Ravana who, and we brought him very, very close. We drew him very close, we brought him we pulled him very, very close. This is from Deke read. This is like an evolved or an executive.

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dreaded form of the verb. And so there's not just a meaning of it being transitive that we brought him closer, but it also has hyperbole mobile ever built into it that we brought him very, very close.

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We drew him very very close.

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But why did we draw him so close? Why did we bring him so close? Nigerian, Nigerian, this word Nigerian

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come from the same route as Muna jet

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Naja Yuna g Mona jet, which basically means to very intimately, secretly, very intimately secretly to confide in someone to converse with someone

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to intimately privately secretly, personally, to confide and speak to someone.

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And therefore the Nigerian is a confident najee is a confident Nigerian.

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Somebody that you confide in somebody that you take into a private little corner and you speak to them privately and secretively and personally that is no God.

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So we drew him very, very close as a confident

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as a confident and this is reaffirming that same thing that I addressed earlier in mock lesson where kalama love Musa Jacqueline Allah spoke to Sally sounds like he didn't speak to anyone else. So use that confident of Allah mccobb na hoona Jian

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and then Allah subhanaw taala in a number 53 He says, what will happen out of whom in rush Medina and we gift it to Moosa, we gift it to him does that same word being used again of gifting something here, it's not being used in the meaning of giving a child, I told you it's predominantly primarily use when speaking of giving a child but it can also be used when bestowing any other major gift, a gift that is of the level of giving a child. The reason why it's used for giving a child is not specific to children, but it's used for giving a child because children are such an enormous blessing of a law, such a profound gift from Allah.

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Such a great gift from Allah. Similarly, it's being used here because again, this year it's going to be talking about giving, bestowing a very huge gift, what will happen Allah who made rajmata and we gift it to him from our mercy, from our mercy. And I'll talk about this term from our mercy after I explained the next part. What was the gift that we gave to him to move out from our mercy Allah says kavu Haruna began his brother Harun as a prophet.

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We gifted his brother Harun Prophethood

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from our Mercy is how would translate out

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now

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what does that what what is that referring to?

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So we know that in Surah, number 20, the next pseudo pseudo Taha Allah subhana wa tada talks about sending musala solimar on this mission in this message, and how musala salam was obviously feeling very nervous going forward. And at that time, musante salam requested a las panatela for certain things. He asked Allah subhanaw taala for certain blessings. One of them was that Musashi Salaam said, rubbish, roughly surgery,

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rubbish, roughly, surgery, there are law, expand, open, clarify my heart, give me conviction, give me strength. Give me the clarity of heart that I will need that I will require in order to do this job that you have bestowed upon me. Where suddenly Emery make my task easy for me because it's not going to be a very easy task, it's difficult to tell them is difficult. So make it easy for me. What Luca de melissani and open the knots from my tongue. Allow me to speak freely and eloquently and properly and then there's that whole discussion whether he means is more figuratively, which could also apply and he meant to literally because he had a stuttering issue or problem. Well, you have

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Kahu Kohli Lee, so that they may understand what I'm saying. They can understand me properly understand me really get the point that I'm trying to make.

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What john Lee was here, Amina Lee. So his answer was panatela for a few things here. And now we asked the last one or another for another thing he says what jolly was zero monopoly and make for me a supporter. Was he

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a supporter somebody that I can rely upon? Like you know, formal translation is

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an aid

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in aid All right, but like what we would call out young young people would understand these like asking I need somebody a go to guy.

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I need a right hand, man.

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I need a sidekick.

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I need somebody that I can depend upon somebody that I can rely upon which Ali was nominally for my family. Somebody I know somebody I trust. Who is that Haruna Aki my brother had on

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or should be he as he

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that strengthened now something interesting happens here.

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He asked for all those blessings, expand my chest in my heart, give me clarity of mind and thought. Alright, make my task easy. Open the knob from my tongue. They can understand what I'm saying. And then make my make give me an aid from my family, my brother Harun. Okay, he asked for a bunch of things. But when he asked for his brother Harun, as an ad specifically is asking for Prophethood

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was even I want him to have that same position, that same responsibility, that same task.

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So but he realizes that this what I'm asking for now is asking for so much more than everything else I've asked for. So now he elaborates. He explains himself. You know, when you're asking for a huge favor you explain yourself or student B, he doesn't he

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says, strengthen my back and as a reverse to the lower back.

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Or should be he as he strengthened my back through him, meaning he'll be he'll support me allow me to lift and carry this huge task and responsibility that you've given to me or should it be here when you see the eloquence of the crown lower back when you lift something, what do you need? It's a lower back. So it should be here.

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Why should a Kofi Emery and share him in my task in my in my issue in my affair, meaning given make him a profit and then he goes on to justify it, he justifies it.

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There are a lot not just asking this just so I have like a posse I got somebody to talk to or somebody roll with no no gain who's Herbie Hancock a theorem so that we can glorify You excessively, abundantly, meaning we'll do our job. Whenever Buddha Catherine will remember you excessively abundantly in the cocoon Sabina Basilan.

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And then when you're asking somebody for a huge favor, and you've explained why you need the favor, and you make a promise and honor will stick to the job. I won't abuse this. If you if you give me what I'm asking for, I won't abuse it. And then you even tell them that I listen. If you see me messing around with it at all, then you're free to take it back. He says in that cocoon, kameena, Basilan

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although you're watching us, so if you see is not living up to the task, you do what you have to do.

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The last panel or town that says and then this, the scholars explained, because of the magnitude of the blessing that musala salam is asking for. Look what Allah subhanaw taala says, Allah is generous Karim.

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He gives His very normal, very generous,

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very giving. But Allah subhanaw taala wants Musa alayhis salam to understand the magnitude of the blessing.

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And we are being made to also understand the magnitude of this blessing. Allah Allah said, called the Udi, the suit like a masa Moosa, you've been given your request your request has been accepted.

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Well Nakata manana Allah Camerata nohcra I will bless you, I have blessed you

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favors at other times as well.

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That may that I am giving you this blessing. And this is me blessing you one more time.

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Please when you don't when you tell somebody All right, I'm going to do this for you again.

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You're letting them know Hey guy you keep asking for favors. A lot losses saying well after the manana Allah Camerata, no rah, rah blessing you one more time again, another time think about that is Oh, hey, now, when we come by you remember, we're the ones that are inspired to your mother, what was inspired to her? Me everything your mom did, knew to put you in a basket and float you out into the river. She didn't just know how to do that. We're the one that told her to do that. Allah says, uninstall the Wii Fit tabooed that she should put the child into this casket. Fuck the Wii video me and then put the casket into the river, for you will have the ammo beside the river will bring it

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ashore yahuah do leave I do that my enemy and that child's enemy will end up taking this child while the Pedro alikum I have better mini and I put my love upon you from me, meaning that you were Allah subhanaw taala one of the blessings upon musala salaam was when people just looked at it. People just couldn't help but just fall in love with him. Just Just wanted to just stay liked him. They wanted to listen to him. That's why when the wife round picks him up. She just

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Gotta keep this baby. She takes him to fit out who is not inclined at all? Who is not inclined at all. But even then he's not able to refuse a request because it's just you can't look and say no, it's a face you couldn't say no to. Well, thank you. I like him. I happened to me when he told me and you might be brought up before my eyes is dumb. She used to come for Taku Hola, De Luca mala Mia poo. Your sister was following the casket all along. And she said sure. I tell you somebody that can care for this child very well. For our john Mack a lot when Mika then we returned you back to your mom Gator car I knew her so that she would also be pleased and she would find peace and tranquility,

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without dies and she would not grieve over the loss of her child.

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And you had killed somebody Moosa for a Jaina communal home, we saved you from any type of suffering well for the NACA Fortuna

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and we saved you from any type of difficulty and adversity, felt a bit iffy and immediate. And then you lived out there and luxury and peace and tranquility amongst the good people of Medina and through Majid tala Catarina Musa

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and you return back with the position of great dignity and honor almost.

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So what's an article in FCW and he says, finally you Moosa, I have selected you for myself, meaning you're supposed to be doing what I'm asking you to do. Don't forget that. And then he says it have antiva Huckabee it will atonia physically. And now you and your brother go request granted,

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requests fulfilled, you and your brother go, Well, I tenia physically, but do not be neglectful of my remembrance is about enough in honor in both of you got to fit around, because he's, he's lost his head.

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All right. That entire conversation is very interesting. It mentions all those things we know from the story of Musa but the tone is what's important. Ally's mentioning it in the tone of saying, I did this for you. And then I did that for you and I did this for you and that for you and that for you in that free. I've done so much for you Moosa, they ask you for something as huge as this to make your brother a prophet, I'll give you this. But I want you to remember what a huge favor This is. I never want you to neglect, I never want you to abuse I never want you to be neglectful of this responsibility, and the magnitude of this blessing and the responsibility that comes with it. The

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lesson here is that Prophethood is such a blessing.

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Prophet, it is such a blessing. What can we learn from this? What we learned from this is a couple of things. First of all, it is mentioned in the books of Hadith, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says, in a narration, that the Do I have my own Ma,

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do our own Mati.

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The drive my alma used to Jabu Gambia even is right in the door, the supplication of the people of my oma is accepted, like the supplications of the prophets have been we saw

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that, that we're supposed to feel the sense of this magnitude of that responsibility, being given a position to be able to communicate with the law so intimately, so intimately, privately, individually communicate with Allah, that that was something that was granted to the prophets of the past. And so he's being told WUSA, I'm gonna give the same blessing to your brother, I don't but don't you ever forget what a huge blessing This is, I did everything else. And I never mentioned it twice. This blessing This is huge. I want you to realize, I want you to realize the magnitude of this blessing, the reflection for us through the words of the prophets, allottee service, we have

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been granted, we had been given that same means of supplicating of praying to Allah that those prophets used to be given.

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So never underestimate this blessing. Realize the magnitude of this blessing. This pseudo started off by talking about da

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and so we're kind of coming back to that same lesson. Realize the magnitude of the blessing that we called da.

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And we really don't take full opportunity of this to

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pray for yourself and implement this lesson immediately. first opportunity you get when you pray, salata Asia, make to offer yourself pray for yourself, pray for your family, pray for humanity, pray for the woman. Pray for the guidance of mankind made to offer your needs, make to offering your emotional struggles pray make Do I have been given a direct channel of communication, how can that be ignored?

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So Allah subhanaw taala

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he says a kaaboo Haruna Nubian account acabo Haruna Libyan

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so that is the magnitude of the blessing that Allah subhanaw taala is mentioning here now

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I wanted to talk about

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there's there's another point in mentioning Harun as an OB as well, and that is obviously a refutation upon some of the people who slandered how to not only sound like I mentioned previously, the ones that slandered How to Win Ali salam, then it's obviously refuting them. It's, it's rebuking them, let him know how to was an A be a divinely ordained prophets, and so it's not appropriate to see such things about him. The other thing I wanted to comment on was that word midrash Medina from our mercy. So Harun was made a prophet and a B, and this was from our mercy, that only the mercy of allies that force in is that power that is great enough to grant someone Prophethood such a

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blessing. I just spoke about the magnitude of this blessing. This can only be achieved through the mercy and the blessing of Allah subhanaw taala and then the last thing like I mentioned previously about Ibrahim alayhis salam, it says min min Rama, Tina, from our mercy, that even such a huge blessing like this, bringing Mousavi Salaam closer to him. Making Musa Alexandre confident speaking to Musashi Salam like he's never spoken to any other human being. And then making musala service brother Harun a prophet, simply based on the requests from Alisha, all of these blessings as huge as they seem, are just our do not even amount to do not even equate to a drop from the ocean of what we

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call the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. That's how huge and profound and great and limitless last para todos Mercy is. Even such huge blessings are not even a drop in the ocean of the mercy of Allah. May Allah subhanaw taala give us all the ability to practice everything you've said and heard some kind of light who will be harmed he subhanak alone will be handig Chateau La ilaha illa Anta the saphira kawana