You Need To Avoid Short Burst Taqwa

Abdullah Hakim Quick

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AI: Summary © Speaker 1 discusses the idea of fearing Allah's presence in a state of Islam, citing a book by His ILU. They emphasize the importance of sincerity and striving for spiritual connection to achieve the end of the dry eye. They also mention a fast that is over and the potential for changes in one's behavior based on fear of Allah's presence.
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subhanaw taala has revealed to us in His mighty book, O you who believe, fear Allah in the way he should be feared to the best of your ability and do not die, except in a state of Islam.

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So in this mighty off repeated idea, Allah subhanaw taala is connecting our Taqwa connecting our consciousness

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of our relationship with Him, connecting it

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straight through

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that we should try our best. That we should fear Allah we should have taqwa in the best possible way that we can, nobody will be the same. But as long as we sincerely try to keep that connection with Allah, under all circumstances, in all different aspects of our life, then Inshallah, Allah will have mercy upon us. And Allah was to continue with the end of the ayah says, Do not die except in a state of Islam. So this verse is talking about a transition. It's talking about longevity.

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It's talking about not taqwa, in short bursts, not Taqwa on Juma day, and you forget it on Saturday,

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not taqwa and Ramadan. And then after the fast is over, our personality changes, but that we should strive to flow with the consciousness of Allah, the ups and the downs, to make it all the way to the end, to reach the goal, which is to meet Allah azza wa jal