Tafseer Of Surah Yaseen Ayahs 69-70

Abdul Nasir Jangda

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. See

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you

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soon.

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Either

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way.

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Today we're going to be studying is number 69 and 70. That leaves us with about 1314 is the cover. So it'll show we will get done before about a few days, I would have liked to have done more today,

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as I mentioned yesterday, but the topic and the theme and the subject of these, if there were going to be covering today is so detailed. And it requires

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just enough discussion where I didn't think we'd be able to practically do more than two out today, unless anybody's interested in staying for over an hour or so. And I didn't think so. So we'll go ahead and try to keep it to do today. And tomorrow, we'll make up for some lost ground. And

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from here, we're starting a new passage. And as I mentioned before, as well, in this series that we've been doing,

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the construct of every sort of within Oberon is very beautiful city, a scene is very, very

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intricately constructed. And that's part of what makes this so special. And that's why a lot of virtues have been attachment disorder. And this also helps to lend to the power of the message of the soul as well as the impact and the power. And the message of the super powerful part of that also comes from the very intricate structure of the soil. So we have a very detailed and a very comprehensive introduction to the sort of November, we then have three main passages focusing on the three main themes of the sutra, the first was Prophethood messenger, how the message message is being delivered, and by means of who isn't being delivered, the Middle Passage, which was the crux,

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the center of the surah, that was about hate oneness of a lot. And we talked about how even the crux of that was to develop the concept of gratitude, gratefulness within the human being, and then finally ended with the third rather the third class, it was focusing on the life of the hereafter the fact that there is an afterlife, and that is teaching the human being about consequences of choices, decision to action, what we do. So once you make up the first two, will determine your fate. And the third. And now this final passage of this was a conclusion. So just like the introduced introduction, was unfolding these topics, the conclusion here will basically summarize

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what we've discussed within this for so far. And so I kind of wanted to detail his conclusion, what's really beautiful about it, is that it pretty much concludes in the same way it opens, it closes up in the same way open. So the same issues that I touched on the same things that I talked about, when introducing this law, and the topics and the themes of this law, it ends up concluding by returning back to those issues and topics and presenting conclusion on those same issues. For instance, so to see an open Bible saying, we'll go on an epic game, it's war by the wisdom, the profound wisdom of the poor, and how the Quran is bursting full, and just overflowing with wisdom.

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Similarly, the end passage here we'll also talk about the power, the validity, and also the, the substance of the promise of like poetry. But rather, the Quran is something of substance, because poetry lacks substance. If it has more assumptions, and it loses some style, when you try to gain style, you lose the substance. So that's the issue with poetry. But art is a book of substance. It's a discourse of dialogue of substance. And that's the first and foremost and then it also focuses on the same thing like the beginning of sort of how this the substance of God brought in and of itself, is the greatest evidence or proof for the validity of the messenger of the Prophet.

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That is greatest proof and evidence of being a messenger is the substance of

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the wisdom of the world.

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The power in

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it then focuses on telling the prophets of Allah why you send them

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that only the person who is

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is is aware is its uses a very interesting, spiritually alive.

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Only that person who his decency is still intact, is the person that will express any type of interest in the message that you are presented. It that talks about refutes his idea, or army poetry and the prophets of Allah Salamanca poet. And it goes, like I mentioned, it goes into more detail about who will follow this message, who will believe in them, and who were rejected or unknown what their exact problem, what their situation is why they are rejecting the fraud, and that the problem actually lies within themselves, they are depriving themselves during your time, in and of themselves. This has nothing to do with a message of hope. After making this point of the program

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being valid, and the word of Allah and the messenger Salamis and being the presenter of the word of Allah,

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is going to go back to focusing on some of the signs of the greatness of Allah that we can see all around us. And then it's going to remind us of the basis the core of this will not that I have mentioned before, and that's a shortcut, that by looking around this, appreciating the greatness and the signs, and the blessings of Allah all around us, we can actually start to become more grateful, and more obedient slaves have lost power to Allah. So gratitude, gratefulness is very, very important. It's finally going to end by providing some consolation to the prophets.

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That because now the prophets Eliza, imagine being imagine what he's feeling at this time,

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is so powerful. He is presenting this powerful,

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you know, word of Allah subhanaw taala, that human beings, it is out of their reach out of their grasp, it's something they could never copy or reproduce or imitate. Poetry doesn't even come close to them.

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And then you have the signs of a law around you, making it obvious that you need to be grateful, thankful to him and worship Him and be obedient to Him. But these people still believe that

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and that causes frustration in any decent, any normal human being, that's going to cause a certain level of frustration. What's wrong? Why don't these people be so low highly ends up sort of by telling the profits, a lot of them. Don't worry about these people who continue to disbelieve, rejected, I refuse to message these people, I continue to curse you. And they continue to criticize you and your message and don't listen to me. And the lesson, something very interesting. And this is something we've already seen

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lost profits a lot. He said that these people have the audacity

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to talk deliver the lives of

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these people

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are so blatantly disobedient, arrogant, and even stupid, that they will speak inappropriately about a law.

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Why are you shocked or surprised that they would disrespect you or speaking appropriately about you? These people have no they have no human humanity knows, no sensibility, no decency left within them. So leave them to a loss of luck and handle them most appropriately. So this is sort of a recap of what we're wanting to see here. In this last passage over the next few days. The first two items that we're going to study in this passage. The first one is Allah says, well, not not Michelle.

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Ally's talking about the prophets a lot. He said when he says we did not teach him.

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We did not teach him poetry.

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He's talking about the Prophet syllables, and we did not teach him poetry. But let me talk about just this first part.

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Hello last hour, which is refuting the very obvious, go to criticism of the machine, and of anybody who denied or refuse to believe in the message of the profits of autism. And their easiest cop out out of believing was oh, this is just like a last round of Atlanta jobs, as they say, in suits that we have, but

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Oh, he just made this stuff up. He just made it up beneficiary he's just a poet. That's what he does.

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So Allah subhanaw taala refutes this time and time again in the insurance the SRA, which I'll talk about in a little bit. He does it in probably the greatest detail in a very, in a very intelligent and in a very comprehensive manner. Allah refutes his idea, but otherwise know your answer to the last panel mama will not hold the obituary, clean up calendar my domain will be only guy in vanilla Metallica is not these are not the words of a poet. These are not the words of a soothsayer magician, that these people they very few of these signs.

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People they believe, or do they ever really realize something? Do they ever wake up and realize what they're doing? They don't understand. Because they don't want to understand. So less person your future. Not Other than that, Michelle, we didn't teach him.

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So the profits of these ideas being refuted that this is not coach. All right, I'll talk I'll talk more about this in just a minute. So that's the first thing that always kind of mentions one thing that's very interesting, and how the last census will now

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notice Allah says, he didn't take that he does not speak poetry.

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He does not deliver your poetry says we did not teach in college.

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A lot connects the source of the knowledge of the province, that if you want to call them a poet, there, where would he learn poetry from from, even if he knew poetry, you would have learned it from from us ourselves. But we didn't teach him poetry. Unless making a very profound point that See, this is what happens when you pay attention to the exact words of the

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lesson we did not teach in poetry, meaning what the only source of knowledge, the only source of information for Mohammed was a lot. So a lot, he said, Is

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anything and everything he has come from a law comes directly from a law, there's nothing else that he picks up from anywhere else, there's nothing else that he delivers to you from someone or something else. Everything that he has, everything that he speaks of, is coming to him directly from the lost power to Allah Himself. That's the first thing. And this is very important, because even though this is such an academic, and unintelligent claim, because it shows that they're not even fully aware of the seed of the profits, obviously, there are historical full accounts of the life of abrasca. It shows that these people aren't aware but there are orientalist Western academic

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professors who tried to undermine the credibility of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and Islam and off by saying, oh, he ended up traveling around learning these things, all the things that he talked about the messengers of the past, and the nations of the past, he actually traveled around and he learned all these things from all the, the the rabbis and the priests and the bombs and all the people that he found everywhere. He traveled around, picked up all this information from everywhere, and then basically kind of turned it into this presentation that he called.

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This is these are actual academic, or they claim to be academic research papers presented by university professors in western academic institutions. But what's very, very sad about that claim in and of itself, is that they're not even fully aware of the scene of the process of it didn't sit down in between the seat or read the historical accounts of the life of the Prophet of Islam, they would see that this is completely preposterous, that the life of the Rasul has been recorded, down to the minute is detail we have preserved. And so it's almost as if literally, every moment of the prophets of Alison's life has been accounted for and is recorded. But the Quran itself is refuting

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this idea. This is a this is a miracle of the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala knew that eventually somebody would bring these claims, they all mama just ended up learning these things from other people at this time. So what does Allah say? Well, now

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we need to know teaching poetry, because if he knew poetry, he would have learned it from us, because he didn't learn anything from anyone else other than a lot. His only source of knowledge was Alexa. So Allah says,

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we did not teach her poetry, then Allah says Rama

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and it was not befitting him, it was not appropriate for him, meaning it wasn't fit for him to be a poet. It wasn't fit for him to engage in poetry. In by young, budding Young Money in the Arabic language in classical Arabic, it means when something just isn't right, it's not appropriate. It just can't happen.

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So it was not it's not right for him to be a poet. Poetry is not befitting him, it's not appropriate. What does this exactly? So this is where I was referencing sudo to Sha.

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Allah tells us three problems with poetry, or poets, three issues or problems. This is not to condemn poetry in general.

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This is when comparing poetry to divine reverence, which I'm pretty sure nobody argues. nobody in their right mind would compare poetry unbeliever would not compare poetry to divine revelation.

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That is what I'm talking about. That condemning poetry. I mean, some of the greatest thinkers and minds and scholars of Azuma have been poets as well, and their collections of poetry are, are they contain a lot of wisdom, a lot of benefits they basically would do would be doing Tafseer of the for our show, and they would just have an involvement in prose and poetry. Mr. Michel Ferreira, low as a poet has those habits conveying the message of a

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Salatu was a poet has some allostery. And all these great scholars and scholars, they were all poets they have like poetry recorded of the great scholars that you can take the thing with write poetry.

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And even in modern day times, we have Greatest Songs, as well, when past and great thinkers, amazing ideas, amazing thoughts on bigger pockets. I mean, the poetry of Big Band, if you read it is very profound. So this is it's not a cut. It's not condemning poetry in general. Rather, it's talking about when you compare poetry to divine revelation, what you end up coming to the conclusion of. So there's three issues with poetry. The first one

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is poetry. And poets are more concerned with style, the adoration of people, you know,

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the Creed's, or rather the, how people perceive their poetry, how its critiqued what the critics have to say about it, how many stars did you get? It's entertainment. It's the type of art where it was put on display how much it was recorded, it was sold, how many stars they received from the critics, you know how much applause they receive. That's the first thing they're concerned with divine revelation and prophets and messengers, they're more concerned with substance, what's the message? What's the point, and they're more concerned with living up to what they're presenting, rather than just presenting something that draws the admiration or the adoration of people. The

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second problem was poetry, that can be found is it can contradict itself. It can contradict itself. It can take one thing and then just turn around and make a contradiction in the next, the next, the next, or the next line. But the Quran, you cannot find contradiction in the Parana tough issues, this challenge, you can find contradiction within the, it's impossible, you can. So this is the this the second point. The third thing about poetry that points out is that people who usually become obsessed with poets, and their work in poetry, tend to be people lacking a little more purpose in life. People become obsessed with this stuff.

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And a lot, not everybody, but a lot of the people who follow their poetry very, very closely, tend to be people kind of lacks on purpose in life, don't really know what they're doing. And they do you know, like, in our times, when you talk about because the poets of today, in Western society and in Western culture, then a lot of the singers and performing artists and musicians, basically a lot of them are poets, and the people who obsess over them, and follow over them and follow their work and

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hang on every single little word that they say, tend to be people who really don't have much purpose in life. They don't have anything better to be doing. You don't even call them stoners, and things like that. These are the type of people that follow this type of entertainment and this line of thinking, so look for artists presenting this idea, whereas divine revelation, prophets and messengers, their followers, the people who follow them, and hang on every single word that they have to say, tend to be people of great intelligence, great purpose, great status, and great contributions to humanity and society, and community. So you see the stark difference in the poetry

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versus the divine revelation in terms of substance, you see the difference in terms of the outcome of it as well, and contradictions versus no contradictions at all. And then finally, we even see a stark difference in terms of who it affects. It affects younger people, poetry affects younger people, people who haven't figured themselves out and don't really have a lot of purpose in life. You know, and if you even like 20 years later, if you go back and look at what, you know, what you used to read, and what would you obsess over and listen to, you probably laugh at yourself, you'd probably be embarrassed to admit what you were into 20 years ago. And that's just the nature of the

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book versus that divine revelation, prophetic wisdom. So how it affects the greatest of minds, and the greatest of people. And the people who usually excel in this area are the most intelligent, the creme de la creme of any given society community. And so these are a few very, very stark differences. And so that's why Allah says what might have been enough poetry and being a poet was that befitting is a messenger is so much more and so much more important. It's so much more profound. And so how the law for the same reason, the prophets, a lot of them had a certain level of dislike, for kind of forcing things, pushing things to once again, that obsession. It's kind of

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sound cool. It has to sound like poetry. It's got a rhyme. He wasn't he was used against this. The promise of something really

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Some of his supplications and I believe you'll sometimes notice it sounds great for wedding. It's almost kind of rival

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the famous Edita Bahati getting mentality. Have you ever done any lotion? Any coffee for tiny island with me? sucking that elephant? Exactly. So how do I know?

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If you hear me read that, that sounded very poetic, sounded very beautiful like arrived. But you know what, though, this was this natural process of trying to do this. He wouldn't sit there and think it out, he would just speak and it came out like this. That's just how amazing he was. But the problem with the Prophet system condemned as such.

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He condemned to sit there and try to make up doors and supplication where they Ryan, unfortunately, sit and do it. And to kind of push the issue and make it happen. He said, it's not a good habit to be sincere substances, what matters is not going to take some third largest as a rind a little bit better.

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And you were sitting there making while with your notes in your hand, making sure that it rhymes.

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What What, what adds acceptability to your prayers? What will add acceptance to your prayers? The more you humble yourself literally the worst the letter almost wants to grovel. grovel before. Humble yourself. shed tears show sincerity.

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If you are so overcome with the greatness of Allah, and his power and his magnificence, you are so humble before a lot of lawmaking. You can even put together a coherent sentence. You're too busy choking over your own cries, stumbling over yourself crying. And that's how you're making even make sense. You can even put together completed that prayer is a lot more accepted in the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala by evidence and

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then somebody who, who prepared this very elaborate, beautiful, long, you know, nice supplication is reading it off on a piece of paper. And it arrives every single line, the end of it rhymes. So the problem isn't condemned this practice is that this is not gonna happen. Don't fall into the habit of these. So the prophets, a lot of this was not just not befitting him. He was he was, you know, we, over here. In this message, actually, a few months ago, we had the funding workshop as well, we were doing a workshop on how to get foot buzzing. So we had young brothers attending from all over the country. And that was one thing I also imparted to them there. I was trying to explain this point to

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them as well, that when talking to people, even when giving Dawa when giving a message when talking to people, don't worry so much about constructing your sentences perfectly. Like you have a script like a teleprompter. You're not a politician. Don't read off a teleprompter. When talking to people, when giving our people we're giving other people that that sincerity pour, pour your heart out to people, that makes a bigger difference. If you stopped over a few sentences, you're spitting in, you know, saliva slang in different directions. But you're sincere. you're pouring your heart and your soul out. And you're sincerely communicating to people that will hit home a lot harder than you're

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very well prepared. You know, President of the United States style teleprompter speech, that would be a lot more effective. The words that come from the heart. So the eyes are different. So that's what's being said, the process is to die, before and above everything else.

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So last month,

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we did not teach him poetry. What am I embodying that? No. Would you be thinking and that's not appropriate to the Prophet of Allah. Now, the law says, so if it's not poetry, and it's not even fitting for him to be interested in poetry, then what was the prophets a lot isn't carrying? What was he delivering to people? What was in communicating to mankind, in whoever.

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It was nothing but it is nothing but Vicar. Reminder.

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It's nothing but a reminder, thicker. And that's why it's in the common form. It's a reminder, many, many things. It's a very profound reminder. And it reminds us of many, many different things. For instance, it reminds people of the reality of life, their purpose in life, it reminds people

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that their true innate nature, what are they naturally inclined to look for and reminds people of the history of mankind, the history of humanity, what's happened with the prophets who passed before? What happened with the people who followed the profits from before What happened? The people who deny refused rejected the prophets and the messengers that came before you. And it also reminds people of the outcome, the consequences of their decisions, their choices, their actions, both in this life and in the life of the hereafter. So the Koran is a reminder, the Koran is a reminder, you don't want to die.

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About the realities of life, we actually saw it in, in the, in the news earlier today. And it kind of came up in our conversation earlier today. That, you know, there was a, the article came out the new book being published by Stephen Hawking. And he's basically talking about how, you know, the existence of this world and human life and the universe and the solar system, and the galaxy and earth, and moon, and the existence of all these things in and of themselves, are evidence against the concept of God, and the concept of a heartbeat, which is some highlights the complete opposite of what the answers are answers, these things are the proof and the evidence for the existence of a

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loan, and his power and his greatness. And he's making the complete opposite argument. And something jumped out, it was actually I can't even take credit for this. I can't even sit here take credit for in the article itself to talk about some other academics, some of his other colleagues, professors, that other great institutions of learning, who are very, very seriously disagreeing with some of his findings. They're very seriously disagreeing with his findings in his latest book. And one of them said, something's very, very profound. He said, because he's obsessed with the question of,

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he's obsessed with the question How, how did this come into existence? How is the earth you know, moving about gravity, human life and plant life? And he's, he's obsessed with the house. But he says he's never asked himself the question Why? He said, you can answer the rest. His book is fantastic. And as great as it might be, does not answer the question, why? And if he was to ask himself the question, why, why does this world exist? Why do human beings on this planet exist? Why is there gravity? Why is the earth going around the sun? Why is this galaxy, the place in the universe of the planets, and the stars and the moon? And if you just ask the question, why you can never come to the

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conclusion that it came to. And that reminded right here

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because I'm turning your attention to the sky and the sun and the moon in the ocean, and the earth and plant life in human life, turns your attention there, and then tells you to come to what realization from there, why.

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Why.

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And we come to that.

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That gratitude, gratefulness to Allah subhanaw taala that we talked about, so much, is inward. This is nothing but a reminder, walk around moving.

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In a very, very clear, self evident.

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This is one of the attributes that are like gifts to the parent, within the parent because the movie and the word movie has repeated itself throughout the swing has been used in very powerful ways. The message of the prophets was called movie, the disbelievers who were refuting the the message of the prophets and were calling the messengers liars. They also said Oh, and I'm doing lucky. Well, we are you're completely an open air and open misgivings and misguided. The word Marina lost power don't even use them when talking about shake off.

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He's your open enemy, self evident enemy and utilizing the Quran is awesome for me, but on the self evident, proves itself. He doesn't need any Greek philosopher, or any great lecture or thinker or some great the sheer lecture proves itself. It's clear as a and so how to love the word well being can have two meanings. It can not only mean that in and of itself, it cannot only be trans intransitive, tokens clear. It can also be transitive. That the Quran clarifies the Quran is a clarifying force. You're not just like when you have like, your glasses, you have glasses. And if your glasses get fogged up, or they get stained, or they get something on it, you can't see through

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them. You're driving your car your windshield covered with a mud or dirt and you can't see through it. What do you do? You turn on the wiper blades. You take your glasses and you put some cleaning solution on them and you scrub them up. And when does that end up doing the music clear? agency everything. That's what

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we have a lot of confusion, a lot of distractions, a lot of things going on inside of us, around us with us to us. Lots of things are gonna

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clarify Of course it brings clarity. You bring in read on you understand the Quran, you live, you bring it into your life,

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bring it into your life, build a relationship with the Prophet just make everything clear. Everything will start making sense in when I think of this,

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it is nothing but a reminder.

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And it is a clarifying. It is a clear call on self evident clear in and of itself and it clarifies everything else for

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prevented.

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And one thing other that I think it's important to point out, I talked about this yesterday, I just want to point it out again, remember, the word means reminder, remember, it's not new information. That's something you already know, I'm just reminding you, when you have when you have an appointment at 7am, I, and your phone goes off at 630 you already know you have an appointment at 7am stop giving you new information, just reminding you of something you already knew that you might have kind of lost focus about, you might have forgotten it a little bit. That's what it is. So that's the other thing about the brands not like you don't introducing some crazy new idea, no, no,

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this is ingrained within us. This is all around us. It's reality, it's about as real as it gets. And the Quran is just reminding you of that reality. And then I am number 79. Number 69. He says Matt Allen laquisha we didn't teach him poetry, and poetry is not appropriate for him. He's not a poet, the Quran is not poetry, and he's not a poet, then what is the Quran? And who is the messenger? is a product of poetry and the messenger is not a poet, then what is the peran? Was the reality of the Quran? And what's the reality of the messenger? What's he about? Who is he? Well, the answer of what is the varan has already been answered any way that they can be. It's a reminder, and it's very,

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very clear. But what about the messenger? If the messenger is not appointed? What is he? Who is he? What's his job, if his job is not to entertain me, and totally cool, like poetry? And make everything rhymed. And what is his job? What does he do? Allah subhanaw taala answers that I am number 70. Leon, the Roman can hate.

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The young the Roman can hate his job, his purpose, his job description, is to warn, remember, I explained the meaning of this word in that means to warn somebody of an imminent danger, out of concern for that person. So somebody who knows somebody you care about somebody who you would not like to see, get hurt, is walking, and he's walking straight towards the ditch, looking in another direction. When you say, Hey, watch out, watch out what's up, slow down.

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There's a ditch volunteer, you're doing this because you don't want to see this person get hurt. And it's a real danger uses one or two steps away from falling mintage. That's called a duck. So the prophets job is to warn people of the imminent danger that they are in. And he's only warning them because he loves them. He cares about them, they get hurt. But

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his job is to remind, so that he will he may remind he may war, the one who is alive when God is the one who is alive. Now, if you think about that, that sounds obvious. What's the point of that, of course, you don't want to remind dead people, you don't want more dead people, they're dead. So it's not speaking about physically living people. It's talking about spiritually that people whose hearts are still alive, they still have some decency, they still have some sensibility, they still have some humanity left, like the beginning of the suicide whatsoever. And

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it's evil, it doesn't make a difference whether you want them or you don't want them to know these people are not going to do.

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But then on the other hand,

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rather, you will want the person who will follow the reminder,

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who will listen and obey and follow the reminder.

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any fears a lot in his absence, when he's not around people. That's the same thing being reiterated here as a conclusion that was introduction. This is a conclusion that the messenger has been sent to one people, one, that person who is alive, who's still somewhat alive, and the last straw down and says this in a very, very beautiful, profound way. Other places in Belgrade, for instance, a loss of autonomy and scopes of thought that he says, well, not until he was married.

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That you cannot make those people who are in their graves. People who are in the graves, you can't make them here.

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That doesn't just mean physically it also means metaphorically speaking. Somebody who's just lost all humanity or loss of decency is art as is completely gotten covered with darkness. You can't make that person understand you can't make that person there. He's gone. So do the Roman can Hagen we

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need and a goal. A goal I explained in the beginning of this means the decision from

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the word the Burdett the decision from Allah. So what decision is this talking about? I mentioned in the beginning with Robin shavon.

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When she had that confrontation, he disobeyed and was defined to a lot and he said that I will take I believe most of them Australia.

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I believe most of them are Australian. So at that time I was kind of what Allah told shape on that agenda.

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That I will fill up the Hellfire I will fill up Janda with you and anyone who follows you all together all of you, or put you all into a lot of fill them up with you guys. That decision that decree of a lie Yeah. So that it comes to pass, it becomes reality, it occurs upon those who are ungrateful to Allah. Remember, we talked about sugar. The word caffeine can be disbelievers here, but the root the core of the word means to be ungrateful to a lot. It's the opposite of sugar, those who are ungrateful to a lot, those who are living and breathing and eating and sleeping and drinking and walking and talking and friends and family and they, they're enjoying all the blessings, all the

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pleasures, all the blessings that Allah has given to them, and they look all around and they seize the signs of us, all around them, but that that does not lead them to the realization of being grateful to Allah, and that gratefulness leads them to obedience. Well, those people love those people. They are committed to the ultimate.

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They're being ungrateful. And the greatest the the epitome of ingratitude. being ungrateful is to disbelieve in Allah. So Allah says that, Madam nahusha we did not teach him poetry. Why am I embodying that nor was that befitting him? In who Allah think rather than for art is not poetry, what is it? It is nothing. But a reminder, what for Unbeknown is self evident proof. And they have a very clarifying force.

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And what is the job of the messenger if he's not a poet, the young gentleman campaigning, so that he may warn those, that person who is still alive is harder, still some life, some spiritual life, we have a lot of caffeine. And so that allows decision and this decree in his verdict may come to pass upon those who are grateful

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that those the Prophet delivers his message to everybody, somebody listens, understands exception loops. And that's a word whose heart is alive, the one who refuses in rejection and denies it, and doesn't want to listen to what he has to say, Well, you know what he's doing. He's just building evidence and proof. He's building a case against himself. He's building a case against himself. So when he stands up for a long day of gentlemen, so I never got the message. He won't be able to say that, then because four or five, six hours ago, we already read that Allah says, What

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are you with him?

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he'll stand before Allah loves him. Why didn't you believe I didn't get the message. Nobody told me. Nobody explained this stuff to me, at that time alone will seal his mouth and his hands and his legs will speak out against him and say he's lying. The message was, the messenger spoke to him, the promise presented to him. The truth was there for him to take, but he denied it knowingly willingly. So today, he's built a case against himself.

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Shall we go ahead and stop here. We'll continue from number 71 tomorrow.