Abu Abdissalam – A Phrase from the Treasures of Jannah

Abu Abdissalam
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the phrase "verbal" and how it refers to a situation where a person is facing a negative feeling or lack of power. They also mention a book called "verbal" that highlights the need for people to strive to be the most powerful person in Islam, and encourage people to use it to support their brother's success.
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emergent, there's a phrase that if you are to Allah subhanaw taala talks about you in a way that befits His Majesty from above the seven heavens.

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As salam o aleikum, I'm your brother about this Salam speaking to you from the blessed city of Makkah, the smart kettle mukarram the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one day said to his companions, shall I not teach you a statement which lies beneath the throne, meaning the Throne of Allah, and is one of the treasures of paradise the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam continued, c'est la hawla wala Quwata illa biLlah. And then Allah says, My slave has submitted and surrendered himself. This hadith was reported by Al Hakim, and authenticated by Al Barney Subhana Allah, think of the profoundness of this, my brothers and sisters in Islam, a simple phrase that you probably say

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every single day, more than once, Yet Allah Himself speaks about you, when you say it, from above the seven heavens, you might be asking, Why is this phrase so special? How can a few words that we say on a daily basis without even thinking of please Allah so much that he mentioned you? Why is this phrase considered one of the treasures of Paradise which lies beneath the Throne of Allah subhanaw taala. To understand this, let's break down this profound statement. Now hola means there is no power to change or move from one state to another, any state to any other state, which means you and I cannot change anything, whether that's physical or spiritual, we cannot make any change

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law Hola. That's what it means. What are Quwata and this means there is no strength and no ability of anything, which means you and I have zero power to do anything. And then illa biLlah except from Allah, Salah Hola, wala Quwata illa biLlah means there is no power or ability for us to change anything, or do anything except with Allah subhanaw taala we cannot get a job, or make money, or pass our exams, or pay off our debts, or get that promotion of fix any problem in our lives without Allah. Now most of us look for solutions to our problems everywhere else. And we forget to turn to the one who has all of our affairs in his hands, we go to this person and that person and then this

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person and then that person and everywhere else. And then finally, we remember to raise our hands and ask Allah Subhana Allah to either the phrase La hawla wala Quwata illa. BiLlah implies both praise of Allah and submitting our affairs to him. You're recognizing that there is no power to do anything, and change anything except by Allah's will. And thus you submit to Him, this is why it's one of the most beloved things that a Muslim can say to his Lord. When we say this, the Holo and our quarter illa biLlah. We affirm that we have no ability to change whatever we dislike in our lives, except by the will and aid of Allah Spano to Island and so we would trust Allah to improve all of

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our affairs, the great scholar of Islam, immutable claim, Rahim Allah may Allah have mercy on him said that this phrase has an astonishing effect in providing strength to go through hardships and navigate through difficulties with ease and reliance on Allah, at times of hardship, when you haven't got a clue what to do, when you are tested with trials and tribulations, and it feels like you almost can't handle it. Say this one phrase with full faith, conviction and mindfulness. Then feel a wave of tranquility from Allah subhanaw taala envelop you, reminding you have our inherent weakness as human beings and boundless strength and support that comes exclusively from Allah

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subhanaw taala when you say hola, hola one of Quwata illa biLlah what you're actually saying is that you are absolutely nothing without Allah subhanaw taala and that you rely upon Him in all of your affairs. This phrase, also known as the whole color in Arabic is not just a phrase, it is an acknowledgement of our weakness and our neediness for Allah subhanaw taala when we are tested with trials and tribulation, when we feel overburdened with responsibilities, and overwhelmed with stress, saying the whole color, the holder will have caught a law biller becomes a shield

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And a reminder that all our affairs are in the hands of the Most Merciful. Let's embrace it not only as a part of our daily lives, but as an eternal truth, illuminating our paths with the light of reliance upon Allah. My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Islam, let's strive to include the Holo Allah for illa biLlah in our daily Earth card or remembrance of Allah, let's ensure that we live our lives in accordance with this powerful truth. And let's remember that this statement is a gateway to receiving support from Allah subhanaw taala in all our affairs, if you've benefited from this video, please share it with your loved ones, so that you may be rewarded and they may also be mentioned by

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Allah subhanaw taala when they say La hawla wala Quwata illa biLlah May Allah strengthen our hearts and make steadfast our souls upon his deed? Once again, I'm your brother about this and I'm speaking to you from the blessed city of Makkah. Assalamu alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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