Tafseer Of Surah Yaseen Ayah 77 79

Abdul Nasir Jangda

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim

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on salatu salam on Sunday.

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We're in the last passage or the last portion here. So testing. And as I've been explaining, this is a conclusion, kind of a wrap up of the entire school, there was an introduction, which laid out the basic premise of this neuron, and spoke about the basic themes of the sutra addressed them. And then there were three passages that follow the first one talked about Prophethood. And the issue of messengers, representatives from the last panel, which Allah carrying the message, the second or the founder. Now, the third passage after that was about the oneness of God, the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala, and how to come to that conclusion very naturally, very organically, simply by

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making an observation of that which is around the human being. And then the fourth passage was about the life of the Hereafter, that based on the first one, the second and third passage, we're presenting Prophethood and domain, the healing profit of how a person will react to these things, how he would interact with them, whether you would accept them or reject them, would determine his fate, in the life of the hereafter. And that's what this fourth passage talked about, which was the Hereafter, and what will exactly transpire on the Day of Judgment, and in the life of the Hereafter, and the fact that there will be two groups of have agenda. And then I was having now and we there

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were two passages, one that talked about us humbly genda, one that talks about within that fourth passage itself. Now, this is the final portion of the sutra. And this final portion is the conclusion is basically wrapping up all of these issues that have been spoken about. And it's very synchronized. Yesterday, I was able to put down how we studied three ideas that were very, very close, and resemble three items that we had studied in the beginning of the sutra. So this is a conclusion of the sutra and part of the beauty of syllogism. That's how it's been packaged. It's very, very tightly and very properly packaged together. And that's part of the power and the beauty

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of the sutra that it contains the entire message, very precisely packaged in a very small in a very small and manageable portion, the entire message, all of our the entire summary summary of the product has been put together and can be presented to someone and that's why we discussed even in the Fabiola, the prophets a lot of human recommends for surety, I seem to be read by to be recited to people who are experiencing difficulty and going through the pains of death. It's simply because when they have understood what this means, and they reflect on the meaning of it, it'll naturally bring it'll raise their mind literally, it'll raise their bond or allow them to connect very

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properly with a lost power dialer, to be able to smoothly transition to the next slide. Now, that yesterday, the portion that we studied the eigrp studied, in ended with with number 77, or rather, ai number 76, a loss cartel that addresses the profits or losses and it says, For a couple

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you should not be grieved, you shouldn't be troubled by what these people have said that what they say their words, their words, not troubling, they shouldn't cause any grief in their mind.

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Why? Because we most definitely know everything that they do privately and everything they do publicly. And I explained how the statement of their word should not trouble you. This is both a constellation to the profits along with them. And it's a very high honor for the profits. It's great distinction, for the profits, a lot of that Allah Himself is taking responsibility and saying Don't worry about what they say.

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That's a great honor for the Prophet so long. So that's a loving, very defensive, you don't want you love somebody who cares about someone and somebody says something you get element automatically every defensive, you jump in to try to prevent a don't talk to him. If

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you don't talk to him that way. You get very defensive because you care so much about this person that just naturally talks that reaction with you. This is a lost power to Allah.

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Defending the profits, and he shows the status of the profits. Now, there's one question come into a person's mind. I've explained in the beginning of the surah, because it's a conclusion in the beginning of the surah, Allah was also controlling the profits from the beginning of the surah. So

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Allah was consoling the Prophet sallallahu in the beginning of this world, and throughout the Quran, this is a very common occurrence that Allah subhanaw taala consoles the prophets a lot and comes to the aid and comes to a loss power done in the Koran. He emotionally comforts the prophets a lot. Somebody could also ask the question, that was what happens a lot in some very, very sensitive, why does need so much consolation? Why is he constantly being controlled? Did he take everything personally? Was he offended by everything? Could he take a little bit of criticism? Couldn't he deal with what comes with the territory? This is profit on that wall? Is $1? This isn't a walk in the

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park? Why can you deal with what comes with the territory?

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A loss power, whatever answers that objection in these next I add that we're going to read today, as I add that we're going to study especially the first 270 778 Allah answers this objection, this possible question is possible criticism that could pop into somebody's mind. That's the first thing. And the second thing is that, like a last kind of water has condemned the seagull yesterday in it number 7574 and 75. Love very, very strongly condemned these people went to

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LA.

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And I explained

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how that was a very powerful and a very scary image.

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That while these people are being punished and tortured, in the firewall, all those things that they preferred and gave priority to a lot above and beyond all those things to give priority to above a law before and above and beyond the law, all those things will be made to stand right by them. And we'll be watching them. And these people will see their idols and their false gods and their false deities, standing there watching them being punished and tortured well,

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so love very, very strongly condemn them. That's such a strong, condemning of someone is going to be justified here in the midst of these next. Similarly, the consolation of the province of logic, why is the Prophet being consoled By Allah, that will also be justified and

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so I just want to explain the connection and how this is proceeding forward. So last one was number 77. He says, I will love your insight,

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as a human being not seen as the human being not seen. Now I explained many times before this word, this comes from the word ra from Perugia, which means to see, but also when you are having an intellectual, this type of a reflective discussion with someone and use the word of ruya. It also is used in the meaning of to not to just see something on the surface, but to understand it, to process it, to comprehend it to reflect on it, to deeply Think about it. That happened. These people realize everything thought about how do they reflect it, and inside the human being?

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Now, two lessons ago, in the beginning of the passage,

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two lessons ago, in the beginning of the passage, I explained how the lost power to others talking to these people, he's talking to them directly, Allah speaking himself, I want to know

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that we have created for them a light speaking, because the place mentioned to them all the blessings of Allah that have been showered upon those people that don't be realized. I gave them this, this. And I explained that psychologically, that's a very powerful way to make somebody realize their mistake in their area, their the mistake that they're making, basically, the yesterday's lesson, we saw that now, as a result of them not accepting, not realizing, despite speaking to them, of all the blessings, I showered upon them, and they are still not listening. Still not understanding that now it was so angry and so displeased with them. He's not speaking

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directly to them anymore. He speaks in the third person, what do you mean do Neela What do they like? And they have taken other than a lot of other false gods and false deities of worship. They have they have turned to other people and other things aside from Allah. Now he's speaking even about himself in the third person, because he's completely turned away from them. And I explained out when you're displeased, disappointed angry with someone, you turn away from them, but like still talking about those people what the who, he's still speaking about them in the pronoun that they have this in this passage here. Now I'm not completely joking.

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It's as if others even acknowledged, or whatever you want to insert has the human being has nothing. Haven't they thought about this? Haven't you thought about this Haven't they might even date hasn't the human being considered.

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You don't just if you just don't want to acknowledge somebody's existence at all, the teacher doesn't even want to say he's not even taking this into consideration. You just ignore acknowledge that you realize that this particular student is even a part of his class, he says the student, he just starts speaking, this student doesn't do his homework. just completely, I think that guy doesn't even exist, he doesn't have an identity, he's not even affording him the third person pronoun anymore. That's what that is here. This is the inside hasn't the human being hasn't been inside the human being considered this thought about this. Now who is being referred to here by when

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Allah says inside, so there are many, many different variations. All of them are mentioned in the books of tapas, even in detail, will bake the color. There's a narration talking about the bacon cut off. There's a narration talking about Allah also the lighting, there's a narration talking about Abu jihad.

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There are narrations mentioning all of these different

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leaders of the machine of the village who were at the head of the opposition to the dollar, the message of the prophets, a lot of they were very abusive, very arrogant, and very abusive towards the prophets, a lot of these women that were leaders, and they were very confrontational, and very disrespectful. It wasn't just sort of thing like let's agree to disagree.

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You are wrong, and you're crazy, and you're a liar. And you're a magician, and you're a poet, very aggressive, very confrontational. So, different areas just mentioned that this inside this human being is one of these specific men. But at the same time, the facility also pointed out that it could be related to it could be related to these individuals, it could be pertaining to these individuals, but at the same time, it has a general broad meaning as well, the human being in general, because like the last one tells us sort of what led they come from income gaffin woman

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he has created all of you. So from amongst you is the disbeliever the Goffin the ungrateful the ingrate, and from amongst you is the believer, the moment why does Allah mentioned Catherine first, while others

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shakin parinama school. So because of my has told us that despite the truth, and the reality, and this truth and reality, being obvious, and being self evident, all around this human being majority of people will not understand. They won't realize they won't understand they won't be grateful, they won't believe majority of people will not believe. So this reality is present here. When Allah says Allah hasn't the human being thought about this. And even if we look around today, there might be as many Muslims at one point whatever billion Muslims all over the world, but at the end of the day, that is still a minority, that's still a smaller number compared to all the people in the entire

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world. So this pattern of lies kind of led us within the Quran itself. The majority of people don't realize they don't think about these things. And so the majority of the people will not ever come to this realization of emotion. And that's a that's pretty sad reality. But at the same time, why is that important for us to know? Why is it being mentioned to us in the Koran? Why is that important for us to realize that this fact, the majority of people will not believe should make us even that much more grateful to Allah subhanaw taala if we have the realization of that,

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if a lie is even a symptom of that of EMA, and so he sought after up or odd Islam, that should make is that much more grateful that we are small, we are a part of a small minority, we are a part of a small group of people that are what bestows imana It's a huge blessing of Allah, that we should never ever, ever take for granted, because majority of the people do not have. So our love inside hasn't the human being taken this into consideration has any realized and may not offer. Allah says that we created him mean Luca. Not far of course refers to the drop of sperm that we created him this human being from a drop of sperm for

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him will be either either the Arabic language in limbo,

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it basically it. It expresses surprise, shock, amazement at something but all of a sudden, something happened. Either it has we can have one of two implications. Either Something happened all of a sudden, without any explanation faster and quicker than people thought so shocking in that way. Or you can also express shock. Really, that's when it ended up in. That's that's the outcome of this

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But just to shop amazement at how something that started there could end up here.

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Just Just like somebody baffled at the result of something so luscious but then all of a sudden, who are the same human being that Allah granted existence to, from from from a drop from a drop of fluid like granted in existence a lot created from a drop of fluid. So you basically nothing, he was what we consider filth, Ninja. I mean, it's something to think about.

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We all know I mean, it's a technicalities initial fit, but we all know we all understand that you require muscle afterwards, you have to wash it or scrape it out of your clothes. If to clean your clothes from it. We consider it an adjustment. It's not just so the last thing is human being retreated from Natasa not just Phil, that's what we created. That's his reality. Those are his beginnings.

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Because the human being is made up of two things. There's the body the physical element, and then there's the spiritual and the war.

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Now the war has written over the beginning

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it was up in Alabama Why? stood witness before lost power Tada. Followed by that. They also be forgotten, said when he asked me not your Lord and Master, but most definitely you are. So the Royals are a noble beginning. But the human being the average typical human being, what does he pride himself on on the physical part of Amazon. It's the physical,

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the bottom of the physical element. That's what he prides himself on. That's what he likes to feed. That's what he likes to nourish. That's the type of enjoyment and pleasure that he craves, is the physical the animal.

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And that's what that's what diluted it's either as intelligence, or it says strength, or it is beauty is ability. These are the things that are diluted. These are the things that make us arrogance, and these are the things that indulges in, and that make you proud that he's proud of that he boasts about. So allies embedded here, implicitly, there's a very powerful message that everything that the human being prides himself on, and everything that eludes him, whatever, what is the beginning of it still

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is Natasha is something you can't even pray forever on your toes.

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There's some very harsh reality here, a very bitter pill to swallow here. So let's just get right into it.

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That's the first lesson that we that's what we created him from, why is he so proud? Why is he so arrogant, so emotional?

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So that's the first lesson here. That's the first thing he needs to realize. And he needs to think about. Okay, what's the next thing for either moving on top of that, you know, crime on top of crime scene on top of sin? What is the most the most baffling thing about this human condition? The situation of this human being not only didn't come from such,

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you know, pathetic beginnings. But where does he end up in our movie and all of a sudden, who are he is causing her same in the Arabic language Hassan means to argue with some

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means to confront someone to argue someone, but it means not just a normal confrontation argument, not like a very respectful and knowledgeable debate. It means like a loud shouting argument. And it means somebody who like he's pointing his finger and stopping and he's yelling at the top of his lungs when he's arguing against you.

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adamant, arrogant, insistent, that type of that type of a person who's confronting you and who's arguing with you. cussing, cussing, can somebody who's just really, really stuck on this point. He doesn't want to listen. He's the one where every time you try to talk to me, so listen, brother, let me explain. He just talks over you. And he yells at you. And he's pointing his finger in your face and he keeps yelling at me telling me Dr. Congo data or he goes out and again that is

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there's there's hyperbole in the form of this word will be moving mean self evident. Like he's just yelling, like, you know, when somebody gets into an argument very, very loudly, right there in the lobby of the machine, or right here in the multipurpose room of the machine. Can anybody miss that everybody sees it? He's doing compared to when you didn't think somebody in a room and then kind of you know, get into with somebody that when it comes out then the gossip the rumor mill starts Ah,

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no, it doesn't take that this guy standing right there draining some deriving somebody. He's degrading him right there in public, humiliating and public. there for everybody to see. He's making it a public affair. A public school is causing a scene. So lessons for you that will soon be this human being. He all of a sudden becomes very argumentative, very confrontational.

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And very arrogant. And he's doing it publicly and openly against our laws,

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against the Messenger of Allah against them against the truth, the realities of life.

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So when you put the whole island together what it means is, hasn't this human being realized where he came from?

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Where we created him from? And then the most shocking thing for him?

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Even though he came from there, what does he end up doing? Does he humbled himself? Does he listen? Does he realize No, he starts engaging in argument. And he's publicly arguing, and publicly just being disrespectful.

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Not only that doesn't stop there. But then this human being he thinks he's smarter.

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He thinks the arrogance. It doesn't stop there. arrogance, clouds, a person's judgment. It doesn't allow a person to think sensibly realize what he's doing. So the next I have number 17, says what Baba?

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Allah says, He gives us an example.

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Let me explain something to you rather.

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Let me explain to you that guy, who, you know, obviously better than he goes into see the doctor and the doctor says, you know, you need to watch out for this. You know, let me explain something

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on Wikipedia, right?

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So that guy, this is that type of a guy, but even worse, or worse.

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He is saying to a lot, he's saying this in the Messenger of Allah, he's saying this in a Koran, book baramulla. Listen, let me explain to you how things work. Let me explain something to you. All right. So Allah says he gives us an example. You know why that's so that's just, it's still it's ridiculous. It's just so preposterous. Aside from how obvious it is that, you know, he's giving a live example, he's giving an example to the messenger of a light, he's sitting there trying to explain to explain something to you. That in and of itself is just beyond.

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It's just beyond stupid. But why it's even more preposterous why it's even more just such a predicament is because throughout the last hour,

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he gives us example.

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And physical, he gives you an example from yourselves. But

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Allah has struck an example, during loading about methadone, and extract them exactly example has been struck throughout the throughout throughout the dispersal of lost power that is constantly giving us examples, to teach us to explain things to us. And for this guy, for Mr. Genius here to come around, come along, and flip the script and say, wait a second, let me explain something to you.

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That makes it even that much more just ridiculous and stupid. So he says, Allah subhanaw

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taala, he gives us an example. onesie, a hallmark, very, very powerful. Allah says, He must have forgotten his own creation, meaning he must have forgotten the fact that he was created and how he was created.

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What that exactly means is now always explained to us because the reader, the listener, the believer, when you read says,

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He, the natural reaction is he scratches his head, who would be so arrogant to think that he can sit down and explain something to Allah, or the Messenger of Allah. So Allah explains to us, you know, how a person can be better? Or what kind of a person can do that. That person must have forgotten the fact that a law created.

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There's no other explanation for this. Nobody else would be this arrogant, nobody else. Nobody else would be so foolish enough to think that he can explain something to a virus messenger or the Koran, he must have forgotten where he came from. The fact that he was created by Allah. That's the only possible explanation that somebody could be this foolish, or this arrogant barber.

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When he's completely forgotten, his own creation, his own beginnings, where he came from the fact that he was created by Allah.

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Gollum, a lot. Okay, so what's all the fuss about? What is this example that he's giving? God, he said, men, who you hear a lot in this room, is it's kind of like in Ghana, it's basically him just showing shot showing just complete dismay at this idea. So he's saying that,

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like, do you really think it's possible? Do you really think somebody could do this? Who could ever do this, you should give it a go. Who could ever bring bones back to life? Who could ever put life back into bones? You hit a barbed wire here. I mean, when these bones have become dust,

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the romaine refers to when though even the bones of the body are just completely falling apart. Even

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The skeleton is just completely decomposing. And it's just completely falling apart into different pieces. That refers to it. I mean, it's literally falling apart in your hands when you touch it, it just falls apart. That's called the ravine. So let's have a

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look, put life back into these bones, when they've completely fallen apart to the point where when you touch up, it just becomes deaths, who could ever put life back? So this person, and there are actually narrations in the books of the fearing seal. And the books of belief that mentioned that the same type of individuals, a Buddha had

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made the cut of these type of people, they came to the profits a lot, so holding old decomposed bones that they dug out of the ground, they would dig them out of the ground, they would hold them come to the profits of manisa, show them to the Prophet salon, and say, so you're trying to tell me somebody's gonna bring this back to life,

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they would come to shove it in the face of the profits. You're trying to tell me someone's gonna bring this back to life, I'd like to see that.

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I'd really like to see that, that level of variance.

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So this, so that's what I was going to say.

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He gives us an example, when I see a haka, and this foolish person's forgotten where he came from.

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Column a domino was already mentioned, where he came from, and what is it? What is this person's name? Who could ever bring these bones back to life? Well, here I mean, when it's falling apart, it's just decomposing. It's practically become dust. Are you kidding me? Do you really think I'm that stupid? Come on, come on, stop messing around with stuff later on. So that's, that's the tone of these people. And then finally, Anya, number 79. Here, and we'll go ahead and we'll stop here for today, inshallah.

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Allah subhanaw taala answers this objection, this question, this, this stupidity of this, Allah responds to it. And he teaches the prophets a lot on how to respond to it. and by extension, he's teaching us how to respond to this as well. Allah says, When I say, tell them, you really have, you want to know who's going to bring it back to life, and be the one who, and

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the one who not only created it in the first place, but then raised it.

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There's a very, very profound point here, Allah subhanaw taala. And not only answers their question, their objection, but goes beyond just completely, like we say, just completely makes it quiet.

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just completely shuts him up.

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Los Angeles says, and he didn't say, the Hanukkah, he didn't say the one who created this bone in the first place, none of

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the word Nasha. And cha.

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Cha means not only to create something, but then to raise it, to care for it, to watch after it, to feed it. And to raise it, like just imagine a plant, you plant the seed you water for you, you make sure the soil is fertile. you plant the seed, you water it, and then you put it in sunlight that you water and make sure it's in sunlight you're watering, make sure there's no bugs getting into it, and you continue to raise it. That's called entia. In sharp, that's the meaning of this word. So let's try whatever is telling them you know, this bone that you're holding in your hand. By the way, this is a grown, this is the bone after that grown.

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This is the bone after it had reached its old age, it's adult form.

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But this human being if it's a human bone that you're talking about, or any animal any creature, by the way, it wasn't that size. When we first created it, it was small. It was tiny, like a baby like a child.

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And he continues to grow and who raised him

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who allowed him to grow. Now we have to look at miraculously the human body grows, not only are the bones within the body growing and increasing, but the body around it is growing and increasing as well. As everything is proportional, everything is perfect. That means

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Allah,

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Allah created everything in proportion, he created it perfectly. So the whole body grows with it. And Allah provides that to the body. So not only the bone can grow, but the body that's in casing that this bone is encased in can also grow. And it can flourish, and it can be healthy. So this bone that you're holding in your hand now can allow created to the one who created the first place will bring it back to life. But foolish man, what you didn't realize is that this bone that you're holding in your hand is the end product. This is not how the game

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went when you first arrived in this world. It was small. It was tiny.

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Last time I gave you growth last quarter allowed it to grow. And you're forgetting about that whole process. So this creative that I'm telling you about is so much more amazing than you'll ever realize.

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He will bring this room back to life, because he's able to create in the first place, not only did he create it, but this bone is hard thing that you you just can't imagine you can't fathom how this would have grown, how it was small and it became big. But Allah subhanaw taala is the one who gave it, its existence, and was kind of the one that allowed it to flourish and to grow. And the last one was the one who gave it dead. And Allah is the one who's going to put life back into it again.

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You just don't realize this, but are you here and learning insha Allah,

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he was definitely a lot. He moves definitely be good at hunting. I mean, he is completely informed, informed all the time of each and every single thing that he has ever created.

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Anything, everything that he has created, he is completely informed of it at all times, at all places in all situations. The same meeting is strong and robust. prioritizes Allah Allah moment.

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That Doesn't he know the one who created me the one who created it Doesn't he know? And that same is another meaning Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah

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that would never know that which He has created himself, who knows you better than Allah? Nobody does. So Allah says, what will become the hunted? Honey, you came to talk to a lot, you keen to argue with a lot. And you know, they wanted to argue you wanted to give examples, and you had theories and you had discussions and proofs, and evidences, you had all these, you're a big old thinking book to tell a lot about that which he created.

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A lot of a lot better than you ever will. Elon knows everything about it. He's the one who created it. And so in this answer that's being given an ID number 79. Two questions. They just asked one question, can anybody really put light back into this? They

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taught the province a lot. So it is teaching us to not only answer that question by saying yes, somebody can put life back into it. But to specify who is that someone who will put light back into it that is a most powerful himself. Not only that, but then to provide proof and evidence. Where do you think it came from in the first place? And this growing process, the life cycle that this bone has already gone through? is proven evidence is secondary proof. And secondly, the fact that yes, Allah is fully capable of putting life back into this thing. This isn't one where we'll go ahead and stop today and pick up from here until tomorrow may have lost

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the ability to practice and

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