Channel: Abu Bakr Zoud
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yo la Vina mano de la De La Hoya boo Poland's de de la como la como uno momento para la hora pseudo Papa defesa fosun of Lima. So Mama valdovinos da Cunha de kita La, La La La La, La La dia de Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are in a short run to her, Hakuna Matata, Tim Buddha, akula Middleton Bala, Bakula, boletin phenol, Irani La Jolla community through mama or prison thanks belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And may the peace and blessing of Allah be upon the seventh and final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as to what follows my dear respected brothers in Islam, as I promised before that during the same set of hopup, we're going to go through the
Quran from cover to cover, explaining and highlighting the bad manners that Allah subhanho wa Taala speaks about and its consequences. And then later on the good manners that Allah subhanho wa Taala highlights and encourages us towards but at the beginning, I wanted to make something very clear. And that is that there was a man that came to the School of Law sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said to me, Rasul Allah polyfill Islam and Colin left us alone who had an Iraq, he said, O Messenger of Allah, very eloquent, brief, precise question. He said to him, O Messenger of Allah, tell me something olan Yani something great in Islam, that I can only ask you about and I will not ask
anyone else other than you. For now. vehcile Allahu alayhi wa sallam answered him, and his answer was shorter than the question. He said to me, meant to be law firm must stop him. Say I believe in Allah, and then be steadfast be firm and committed upon this word. Now, what does that mean? What does Elise dipalma mean? Is the karma steadfastness. What is this and it will America hammer home Allah they said steadfastness must be in three matters. And we're going to get to how to understand where matters falls in Islam. steadfastness must be in three matters. Number one, it must be in matters of belief, our key that will insert insane the belief that a person carries concerning Allah
subhanho wa Taala. There must be steadfastness in that. So you must only adopt the belief that allows or shall taught us in the Quran. And the belief that is taught in student at the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, according to the understanding of the first three generations of those that came after us in Lhasa SLM, which are known as a sell off. So in other words, the first matter in which steadfastness is supposed to occur is in matters of belief. And there is a hadith that supports this, and nobody sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he described a deviated sect of Islam known as an Irish, these are people that were deviated in their belief of Allah subhanho wa Taala.
They were misguided in their belief. When he described them to the Sahaba. He said that the kuna salata, Camila Salatin, he said to the companions, you will belittle your solid to their solid.
In other words, these people wish they had deeds solid and fasting. So let me sing to companions that you're solid and you're fasting in comparison to their solid and their fasting in comparison to their worship. It's no any Yani they're solid in their worship, about what it is. Even then the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he described such people, he said Allah killable Allah know that these are people that belonged and deserved the fire. Why, even though they were steadfast in their worship, one metal was wrong, which was their belief, so they ended up in Santa Monica villa. Now the second matter in which a person is supposed to be steadfast in his
worship. Why a Navy SEAL Allahu alayhi wa sallam he says in the Hadith, our house abou B Hill abdomen Abba Lee Omen, a solid that the first thing a person is judged upon on the Day of Judgment is his solid or solid is worship. For if a solid was correct, everything else of the worship would be right and fantastic. And if that was corrupt, everything else will be corrupt, unacceptable from him for either. Now, so far two matters in which we understand. If a person claims to be a believer in Allah, and claim steadfastness, then you should know steadfastness is in three, we've discussed two so far. steadfastness in your belief, have the correct and proper belief according to the proper
understanding of a set of a mahoma law. Number two, steadfastness in worship, so your worship must be right as well as solid and everything else that Allah Subhana Allah obligated upon us. And the last is that steadfastness is supposed to be in manners as well, in good manners that Allah subhanho wa Taala teaches us far away from bad manners that Allah subhanahu wa taala highlights in the Quran. Allah Allah Allah teaches us in the Sunnah when Howdy folks this
is a man came to the cinema sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said to me, hello, Sula in the funada to Cairo Minka FLOTUS. anata
wa sakata. A man came to the salasar Solomon he said the other Salalah there is this lady in the neighborhood. She's known for a lot of salaat a lot of fasting. Plenty of Southern Mashallah worship is 100% via the zero Annapolis area, but she has her neighbor with her tongue. So she says bad things. She might swear to them back by them, slander them, curse them, whatever it is, she is bad and ill mannered towards her neighbors with her tongue. Only her tongue for newbies, Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, he have been down. She's in the fire, because of bad manners. She ended up in the fire. And then the same companions. They said the other Salalah enough uliana you've got them in
Kyla to see me her was so Dakota. There's another lady that she is not that much in her salette and in her fasting, and in her sort of thought she does what's obligatory, but she doesn't do more than that. They want to do the zerona but then she they said no. Salalah she's a woman that does not harm her neighbor. Meaning she's good to her neighbor for Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam. He said, Here, Phil, Jenna, she's in the paradise because of good manners. Now we understand when we say I'm a righteous, steadfast believer, a person can only make that claim and see that when he's steadfast in these three manners, in his belief, in his worship, and in his manners. And you know, pretty much
most Muslims take a lot of concern in the first two, in their belief, where they learn their Deen from and in their worship. And the proof of this is the question of the people. Every time someone has a question, it's got to do with something of his belief and something of his worship. Come and ask a question if I made a boo boo, Is this correct? If I prayed like this is my salad correct? People are concerned in their worship, and they're concerned in their Akita. For they try to understand and their questions supports this. But when, when was a person so concerned about his manners, that he asks about manners? and says, Is it right for me to do 123? Can I swear at this
person? Can I like almost a person makes a decision in what kind of bad manner he's going to do. And he goes on about it, and he performs it and he executes whatever kind of manner that the only his own desire would incline towards, or tell him to do and he does. As a result, we understand that people are concerned in their steadfastness in the matters of belief and in their worship, but they lack in the third, which is steadfastness in manners for Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam directs and points us to this one I want to make an analysis on the last Hadith I shared with you the Hadith in which the companions they said the eldest son in law that there's this woman, she's known for her
soul out and fasting and charity, but she Hamza Neva, and Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam deemed her to the fire to the fire.
This is a person that is harmful to his neighbor. Imagine then the punishment of a person who is harmful to not only his neighbor, but the family members with him his house. Imagine a person is bad mannered, with his wife, with his children, and the other the other ladies mentioned that she had bad manners with her tongue towards the neighbor. Imagine that the punishment of a person in the house is not only harmful to his children and wife with his tongue, but with his hand as well. lojack
If and we understand what kind of punishment is for such a person, whenever you sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked the question once he companion came to him and he said to me, Otto sola, teach me do Lennie, Allah Amelie nutrional agenda, teach me of a good deed that admits me into the paradise for a Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said to him couldn't Sinan be excellent, be good mannered, good
for them the companion he said to mckeeva Alamo and Mnemosyne How do I know that I'm good mannered? How do I know I'm excellent in my dealings with others for Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam USA lamesa Team celje ronak ask your neighbor in kalu in Naka Mohsen fantamorph sin in Paulo in Naka, musi Fanta musi. Ask your neighbor, if your neighbor says you're good, and he can testify to your goodness, then you are good. And if your neighbor says, You're bad, and he testifies to that, then you actually bad, there's something of a problem happening, and you should seek immediate attention to solve that. Imagine this can imagine them the family itself, when your family is asked about you,
if they cannot testify good to your manners, that a person is in critical danger, and he's supposed to remove himself from this. So we need to understand my brothers in Islam. Good manners is part of steadfastness that Allah subhanahu wa taala wants to see from us all my brothers in Islam. We move on in our journey in the Quran, highlighting bad manners and the consequences of bad manners. We find the suit of the help of Allah subhanho wa Taala. He discusses the people of the left those who received their book in their left hand on the Day of Judgment. He says yeah, later Nila Moo tacky tabea I wish I hadn't given my book when I'm at the Maha Sabha. And I wish I wasn't told about my
accountability. Yeah, like
I wish my death was the final thing that happened that I never was resurrected after that. Yeah, like that again until cobia
Halekulani Symphonia. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala says, he says to the angels concerning those people with the left hand, and they're holding their book in their left hand, he says Hulu for Hulu, take him and Cheney him shackle him from Malaysia hemosol Lu, then barbecue him in the fire, so loose, meaning barbecue him in the fire, right, turning left and right, for masala from official skillet in
Iran for suku, then there is a long chain, the size that the length of this chain is about 70 odd lengths, and all the sinners are tied on this chain. Then he's thrown in Ghana, and he's shackled. And he seized in January standing alone. Well Ah, so shall he tells us why. Why did he end up being punished like this? Two reasons. In Canada, you know, below him of him. He did not believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala the great, his worship was destroyed, what I hope
will miskeen and he did not encourage the feeding of the miskeen of the poor of the needy, and that is manners. In other words, half the road to hell was because of his manners. And the other half was because of his worship that he had with Allah subhanahu wa Tada. That's what ended up in jahannam. Half the reason for his jahannam was because of his manners, ill mannered towards those who are in need of Allah subhanho wa Taala then
you go to sort of the moon Allah so shall he describes in Surah min on how a believer should be. He makes a list of six things a believer is supposed to do, but the moon and levina home fear solidarity him those who have acquired humility and concentration in their solid. What is that worship or manners? worship? If you saw that the Emperor shown when Lavina Khomeini love When are you born? That's number two. What is that? It means those who turn away from eel speech, so they don't talk What's that? That is what matters of worship. It is manners. So that's one manners, one worship, one Latina, hemani, la, one levina homeless.
And those who give there's a cap on time, worship all manners, worship, if we have to worship now, then Allah subhanho wa Taala he says, When Latina homely Fuji him Have you Hoon Illa Allah is regime oma monoket a man whom, for whom I mean, he spoke about those who protect their privates, they got their privates, from a sinner and harm and so on. What is that worship or manners, that is not as is now to learners and to worship that Allah subhanaw taala he says, When levina homely unnati him wa de la lune and those who uphold their word and uphold their trust and responsibility with others, that is manners, so now you have three manners, and then Allah subhanaw taala says, When Lavina
Hamada sala de him you have Yvonne and those who safeguard and maintain their prayers, worship or manners, worship, three worship three manners at the end of the past.
A lot of social he says he kahului food such people are the inheritors. What are they inherit? And levina Garifuna and Phil dos homefree. Holly do they inherit their places and the places of the disbelievers in Alfredo's because everyone was made a house was made for everyone else for those, whether you get 30 if you don't get thought, and the gaffer ends up in, the believer inherits his house in the paradise, Lake home unwary food and levina food and fifth Oh Sophia Khalid, or even three matters of manners, and three matters of worship, meaning half the road to alpha dos was managed half the road with a word for DOS was only mentioned twice in the plan. And this is the
second time it was mentioned. And it filters the highest level in the Paradise is given those to those who are able to deal and do justice between their worship and the manners. Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala in Surah, four Can you look into Salatin for corn at the end of surah Furqan. Allah subhanho wa Taala he describes believers. He said many levina I'm sure not a lot of the owner. He described believers he described how their attitude is in society. How is the attitude supposed to be in society in
honan, submissive, meek, compassionate, humble humility submissive walks, this is how they carry themselves on in society hold on good manners, them How do they know if they have good manners in society or not? How do you measure that? Well either Whoa, Baba, Jae Hee loon Paulo Salama, whenever, whenever they are approached by a noxious people, and j by bad mannered people, whenever they are approached by this. What is the meeting it'll happen? It's only a matter of when it happens. Half of them when these ill nodded, bad people on the street in society. How can In other words, just like they gave them a whole bunch of rage at them? How does a believer respond? How does
a good mannered believer respond a lot, so shall he says, Oh Lu Salama ye the hapa homolka he called who Salama they respond, said Ivan meaning adhan meaning their response is peaceful, it's quiet, it's relaxed, they don't get angry. They don't allow those who speak in rage at them, begin to play up with their own emotions, and then they respond in the same manner.
It is not right. If someone was to be ill mannered towards you, it doesn't quickly give you the right to be ill mannered back to him. Just like if your father was to hit you, it doesn't give you the right to he didn't that every Muslim has a code of conduct in which he has to practice, you have rights towards others, and others have rights towards you. If others violate their right towards you, it doesn't give you the license to violate your right towards them. The believer has a code of conduct he must adhere to, he must stick to for even a bad man in so little fukada at the end of it, Allah tells us to believe is a people who adhere to a code of conduct and morals and ethics to the
point where if you manage people, well to show them bad manners in society, it doesn't move them an inch to show them the same way that I deal with them in the same manner. Paul who said they speak words of peace, quiet, with humble with humility, dissolve and solve the situation with good manners. Then he This is whether the real part is a lot of social at the end of sutan futon he lists 10 characteristics of believers. The first one which was this you can count and classify as people who are able to control their anger, because this is essentially the foundation of good manage controlling anger. second characteristic Listen, will Lavina be to be him Suchet and Wakayama. And
there are people who spend the entire night or most of the night, Suchet, an ensuite piano and standing up to Malaysia. But you know what the interesting thing is that a lot of Zoysia counted first, as a good as their characteristics were beginning to be mentioned. The first one was good manners. second one was that they spend their nights in solid. In other words, manners before worship, Nana's before worship was mentioned in the passage. Allah subhanho wa Taala when he described the believers at the end of surah. And further, he said Muhammad Rasulullah when levina Maha
ohana obey, you know whom, then Tara who can sue Jaden after hoonah supplemental beam or Ivana a lot of social when he described the companions. And when he described the believers, he said they showed mercy to one another compassion to one another, then to whom you see them in an institution.
Then the worship was mentioned that manners first, and then worship comes after this. And let me and my brothers in Islam
with a story and soul of the cosmos that also teaches us what bad manners does and its consequences on the entire society. last story I share with you this is the story of Musa alayhis salaam Musa alayhis salam, by the permission of Allah. One day he was walking in the streets of Egypt. As he was walking, he saw two people,
two people are fighting each other. However, I mean, she had to have I mean I do with one of them was a man from Benes law. He is a believer with Moosa, he's from musala Sam's nation
was the other one was from the enemy. He is from the, from the army of around, he's a Coptic for them. The one from ballinasloe L. You can say this is the guy with money As long as he knows him. He sought help producer and he set up for musalla you sent him came in, got involved, he wanted to solve the problem. By accident, he hit the Coptic one punch in is just what Guess who meaning here for cavani and Allah that the person died. So patola musala you sent him ran away hollyfrontier taraka he became frightened, meaning that there's going to be an investigation now who killed this man from the army of Pharaoh serious matter? Oh, Salah you said I ran away. And he's in hiding. So
the next day,
the same man that he helped from Benny's law. He found him again in another fight with someone else. The stories in the Quran for either lettest onsala, who will MCs
he's in a fight. He calls out you see musalla you said on a double love that he's walking again by the same man. musala You said I'm seeing him and he says to him, you're
begging him Please, please help me again. Look at this map, please. For musala he said I'm this time he said thing. In the Kalahari you move in Masada? You said I was speaking to the person from bunny asleep. He said to me, you're a troublemaker in the Calico movie. What gets you in fights all the time. Yesterday you enter in a fight. Today you were in a fight. Allahu Allah. What kind of history have you are a terrible, ill mannered person for them. musalla you Sam. He wanted to help them and from financial aid once again, as he came close to fending off and pushing off the Coptic, the nine from Bani Israel for that musala you Salaam is going to come and attack him because of what he said
to him. So musalla he said I'm approached and just before he pushed back to the Coptic, the man from bunny's law, he looked at Moosa and he said to him, or to read to untuck toolani camera
lamps. He said, what you want to kill me like you killed the person yesterday, the cop decode this, and he took it straight to the palace of crown. And he informed around I have clear evidence that Musa alayhis salam is the one who killed the person from the coptics it was musala usera as a result badness look what's going to happen. Musa alayhis salam is not wanted in the city. House wanted beheading execution finished formosana you said I'm being Jani the one who's carrying the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala. He runs away. And he runs from Egypt and he ends up in Bergen. And he stays in madeon for 10 years. The entire story in the point of it is to tell you this, that one Muslim,
bad nun it he was the reason for why $1 was delayed for 10 years in Egypt. He was the reason for why it was delayed. My brothers in Islam we need to understand some of us as a fact all of us as Muslims, we carry this responsibility. It could be because of your bad manners. Islam in this country goes back 10 years, people that decide to go around, stab people in the street, run over people do what they want one person it's enough for one person to do it. And he destroys it for everyone else. A towel goes back musalla is set up his tower in Egypt was deprived for 10 years because of one Muslim eels bad nanit let's understand my brothers in Islam. If you hold that
responsibility run, someone yelling domestic violence in the house. It goes on the news. It goes all over the place. You're responsible for that $1 goes back because of this. While we're working. We're working with dollars going forward when hamdulillah all it takes is one one thing and everything goes back start from scratch again, to fear Allah subhanho wa Taala my brothers in Islam, if you're in love with this deem that you carry fear law in being good manner to the people
and keep away from bad manners. Keep away from it. Musa alayhis salam after this. He left Egypt
He ended up in Meridian. As soon as he got to Meridian, he found two women that needed help. He helped them good manners. He helped them. And then after this, these two girls went to their father. And they said, Oh Father, someone took care of our cattle, and he provided water for them. The father was good manners as well. He did it yourself. Just Oh, look at No worries. He invited him to his house come over. We're gonna give you a tribute. We'll pay you for your good work, good manners, society, good manners. And then after this musala you set up finishes his 10 years in Meridian. And then he leaves but then, and he goes, now he's married. He's with his wife and he walks and he gets
to this desert in the real dark, cold night and he sees a fire on a mountain. He sees his fire on the mountain. And he says to his wife, famous Mormon is we're going to learn in solar and solar. He says to his wife alone by herself. If Cordelia him Khufu in ni Aniston en la li te comm mean habeas corpus, he spoke to his family in the plural sense. He said, instead of sitting down I reckon Khushi stay here and Kofi is used. When you speak to one person. He is spoke to her as though he's speaking to a plural a showcase him Allah He said, this is because of his good Manistee, his family, that he honored them so much that he spoke to them in the sense of plural and greatness. This is how his man
as well with his wife, even though she was alone, and this is why when he ended up on the mountain, Allah azza wa jal finally said to him, why
I have chosen you, I have selected you, you're going to be the Prophet. Why, because of his worship and good manners. He deserves to be selected by Allah subhanho wa Taala. Touka comes from the word higher, meaning to choose someone based on the goodness that they have in their manners and in their worship. One Subhanallah every single prophet that Allah subhanho wa Taala spoke about in the Quran. Before the Prophet became a prophet. Allah highlighted his character and his manners. In solid medium, you'll find the entire story, Allah subhanho wa Taala. He says, What's good Phil kitabi below him in the who can Deacon, then the BIA in the UK and also Deacon, he was a man of truth. It
was a matter of honesty, and his honesty, his good manners led to nebia he became a prophet. Go down to the end of that page was good Phil kitabi Moosa. What's the story with Musa Lawson It was a man of sincerity and honesty, then cannot assume that nebia he became a prophet, he became a messenger, read reading the Quran, see the case, a lot of social, when he spoke it up, it is Allah, Allah Alayhi Salam was called Phil keytab. He is married in Ghana. So
he was honest. In his words, he upheld the trust and the responsibility. When he promised someone something he delivered, in no candle saw the contract, then cannot assume that nebbia as such, he was qualified to be a messenger and a profit, nonprofit became a prophet, except because of his good manners, when w sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the greatest of all examples, why not kelada Hello of him. When the VESA mahalo was praised because of his good manners. You and I, my brothers in Islam we know Yusuf alayhi salam, but something that is highlighted about Yusuf alayhi salam. He's known for two things Yusuf Ali is set up for his ability that Allah gave him, a lot of social gave
him half of the beauty of mankind, and He is known for his perfect lineage. He is the son of a prophet, who is the son of another prophet, who is the son of another prophet, the entire lineage all prophets. But you know, never been a mention of that. Nothing about his good looks were mentioned. Nothing about his lineage was mentioned. The only thing you find a lot of speaking about. When he praises Yusuf Ali, you sir, well, his manners hallym haffi morson Allahu Akbar, it was only his manners that were highlighted in the Quran, because it looks to
you lead each doesn't matter if your man is on good, for let's understand my brothers in Islam, seriousness of good manners in Islam. steadfastness should be in manners. We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to bless us and bestow upon us good manners and to ease and facilitate a path for good man as far as in the holy Veliko called Irani. Aku Kohli
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