Effect Of The Quran In Our Life

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AI: Summary © The title of the holy month ofFinancial is the fruit of fasting, which is the fruit of the fruit of fasting. The holy month is the greatest desire on Earth, and the fruit of fasting is the fruit of the fruit of fasting. The importance of the title of the holy month is its fruit, and it is a guide to achieving personal growth and expansion. The title of Islam is used to describe actions of the Prophet Muhammad, and forgiveness is a path of profit.
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim

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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah while he or sabe as mine, All Praise and thanks belongs to Allah subhanho wa taala.

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And may the peace and blessing of Allah be upon his seventh and final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Last time we came here though there was a couch, there was a table, it's gone.

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That it doesn't matter. This means it quickly doesn't take long.

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We ask Allah azza wa jal to accept our gathering to ask him subhanho wa taala. To reward whatever efforts we have put through this blessed month of Ramadan, ask him SubhanaHu wata Allah to forgive our shortcomings our sins, and to accept almost all

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my brothers and sisters in Islam tonight, or this morning. The lecture is titled, The effect of the Quran, in the life of a Muslim

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or in our lives, because most definitely the Quran not only does it have an effect on the believer, but it also has a powerful effect on a disbeliever as well.

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Every disbeliever that accepted Islam in one way or another, it was because of an A

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because of a hadith because of a teaching in Islam that came from the Quran. Isn't that right?

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Every single disbeliever that accepted Islam came into Islam and the reason was an acre, one acre, half an acre, a word in an acre.

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And this is enough to prove to us that the Quran has a powerful effect on the hearts and why not? Since this is the word of Allah subhanho wa Taala the word of Allah associate

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the word that Allah azza wa jal spoke this word to Gibreel Alayhis Salam,

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and she breathed will take this word from the harsh and he will travel down through the paradise all the way until he reaches the heavens, which are the skies, then he travels through the seven skies. Then he comes all the way down until he reaches in Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and then he mounts his heart

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and he delivers the AI to him. Allah azza wa jal, he says nasolabial Rohan Amin, Allah, bigger litter Cornermen and Moon virion. What surah is that in

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Surah to sha Allah, Allah azza wa jal would say that Gibreel would give this Quran he would, he would descend onto the heart of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam and he would give him this

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little corner minimum very, and Billy said in Arabi mobian So there is no doubt Oregon has an effect on each and every single person's life.

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And we are in the blessed month

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of Ramadan. And the Quran is something special in Ramadan. There is no doubt we all know this. Allah azza wa jal he says shahada Ramadan Olivia unzila fie he'll say see how the two are tied Ramadan and Quran is the month in which the Quran was revealed. Allah azza wa jal uses in Zelner who feel a little bit a little crowded is in Ramadan and that's another mention of the Quran and Ramadan together.

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Allah azza wa jal he says in Anza Lo Fi lay let him mobile rocket in we sent it down in a blessed night that bliss night is Lila to mother and once again this is the third time now in the Quran. We see a mention of the Quran and Ramadan together. When the hadith of an abbess of the Allahu Anhu he narrates and he says that the visa Allahu alayhi wa sallam McKenna as you are the nurse, he was the most generous when it came to good not only money, but in knowledge and advice and whatever it is that he gives the people of goodness scanners you are the nurse. What can as you are the mayor Kunal feel Ramadan he nailed Balaji Breen for you there is all Quran and he was most generous in Ramadan

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when she breathed would visit him and study the Quran with him. Once again in the Hadith we find the relationship between Ramadan and the Quran.

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This is what Gibreel would do, this is the activity he will do with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam you there is so who are

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you there is what is your there is who who mean

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to you

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Each to study the word you that is it comes from the rasa. And this is an actual it's a machine it's called a Madras they used to get the, the wheat seeds and they wish they would put it between two stones and then they will turn the machine around in a circular motion and what it will do it would crush the stone, it would crush the seed this the stones would crush the seed the wheat seed in between the stones and it would become powder that in Arabic is called a middle loss. Right. So you there is suhu meaning he would study with him the Quran area area in detail.

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You there is because of the elephant in the middle you there is it means that it is coming from two sides, two parties, meaning Gibreel would recite when the Wii sallallahu alayhi wasallam would recite back.

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But anyway, the idea is that in the Hadith, there is a mention of Ramadan and the Quran. So now we really know and we've established and it's firmly grounded within our hearts and our minds. That there is an intricate relationship between the Quran and affirm relationship between the Quran and the blessed month of Ramadan.

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And during Ramadan the obligation is to fast fasting of course from the greatest designers on earth. What is the greatest desire on Earth? Do you know?

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Now, a woman is thinking about a woman at two o'clock in the morning.

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Anyone can help us food, food yucky a person. And if you are starving, and we put food or put a woman are you gonna look at

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food food is the greatest desire on Earth. It's enough to know that the reason for why Adam or Instagram came down to earth was food.

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This is the greatest desire on Earth, food and drink. People eat and drink more than they have relations with woman. And this is even if a person was married or he wasn't married. Right. So food is the greatest of desires

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enduring during the DEA.

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were being taught that it is an obligation a command from Allah to keep away from the greatest of desires on earth.

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Of course, there are many reasons Lalla come on to increase the taqwa so that you can be aware and conscious of Allah azza wa jal, to see to yourself and to learn that if I am supposed to keep away from that which is halal, then I'm definitely supposed to keep away from that which is haram. These are the lessons that you're learning through Ramadan because Ramadan is a school, but above the list, when you're fasting.

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The body has been deprived

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of nourishment to it, food and drink.

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So the body is starving. It's deprived of all of that. And the second part that makes you up is a soul. So you have a body and you have a soul.

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The body is starving. The body is fasting, it can't eat, it can't drink, it can't enjoy anything. Keep away from all of that. Now, the soul has a chance to rise, the soul has a chance to rise

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and the soul has a chance to discover new limits and new experiences. This is why the fasting person in the Quran was referred to as one there's a special name for the fasting person in the Quran. Who knows, till salata Toba and it comes also in salted Hareem

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What's the common word between the two so what Allah describes the fasting person with one word?

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I sent Jazak Allahu hadal a ser Johan you know the word a set your home how does the beginning of that is that the Allah quick

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Ivana live we do not have me do a set your own what surah is it?

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So the Tober where is it in our solar?

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Alliance? memorizing Quran IANA that's what I was told

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what's the other air

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as our Boolean formula could now you Dylan was version zero min could never slim at the moment I think quantitative that evaton IV that didn't say hatin

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say one other fasting people. But the word set home, it comes from Sierra. Sierra literally means tourism. That's what it means a tourist is a say. The idea is that when the body is deprived of food and drink and sexual relations, the soul has a chance to be a tourist. The soul has a chance to travel. And you know, a tourist, when a tourist travels with his body to another country, what do people like doing as a tourist, try the new food in that country.

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Enjoy the unique experiences that country offers and so on. That's what a tourist does when he's there with his body in a new country that he's never stepped foot in. He likes to discover new places, caves, mountains, valleys, waters, oceans, whatever it is.

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It's the ID for the soul. Now that the body has been caged from its greatest desires, the soul has a chance it has a chance to be a tourist. And just like a tourist, the soul now is going to discover new relationships with Allah azza wa jal, it's going to discover new relationships with the Quran. The Quran is going to have a great effect on a soul during the month of Ramadan as a person is fasting. Allah He, I tell you this, if you notice from your own self, you do this own experiment for your own self. When you read Quran, during a day in which you're not fasting, is it the same as reading the Quran during a day in which you're fasting? What Allah He for the one who's noticed

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this, it is not the same. reading the Quran, when you're not fasting is a different experience to reading it when you are fasting.

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When you're fasting and when you're hungry. And when you're understanding what you're reading. This is a different level.

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And so this is why during this month of Ramadan, as we are living, it's these it's all during the day, where at night, we're here 4pm

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Right? It's all about the Quran in Ramadan. Well there are people that have already finished the Quran Allah Who annum how many times there is someone I know in the camera. He finishes the Quran every two days. Allah why know him and he's an old man. May Allah azza wa jal except from him. Every single Ramadan, he finishes the Quran in two days.

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Allah Juana people around the world how many times have they read the Quran? The idea is this is the month of Quran right? Wherever you go. Everyone's got a relationship with the Quran someone's listening, someone's reading someone's asking someone is asking, How do I read the how do I get reward if I read the Quran in English if everyone is concerned for the Quran, right? This is the month

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now. So the idea is this is the month of Quran

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and there is no doubt that at the end of the day, we want to ask a big question.

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The bigger question that we're supposed to ask is What effect did the Quran have upon you? During this entire month of Ramadan? We're coming towards the end now.

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All this month and all the Quran you read and all the Quran you heard?

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Is there one air that touched your heart? Is there one air between you and yourself? You can see that this affected me.

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This is the real question when it comes to our relationship with the Quran and Ramadan.

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Not the questions that people usually ask. People ask always therapy related questions, and they avoid the spiritual type of questions which is the actual purpose of the Quran? People are asking what's the reward for reading the Quran? Oh, can I read the Quran in English? How about transliteration? Can I stand on hold but most haven't read over? That is good. We need to teach people need to know what's halal and haram. But above all these above all this the quest the real question is Which AI in the Quran that you read or you heard or you came across? That had a powerful impact on you?

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It changed the way you now talk to people

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are you've changed your behavior or you changed your attitude? Or maybe you changed your perspective about this world the life or you changed your understanding about Allah's mercy and forgiveness already increased in your good thought of Allah azza wa jal during a moment of calamity and difficulty. When he this is what the Quran does. This is what the Quran does. At the end of the day, the Quran is a book of guidance

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This is what it is, you know people that have memorized the Quran often would continue to read the Quran and they say I have a weird then I gotta read a day and why? So that I don't forget it.

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But the whole Quran is more than is it's more about, I'm reading so I don't forget. I'm reading so that I can retain what I memorized. We read the Quran, so that we are guided by it's a Earth.

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Forget your memorization, and I'm going to forget and so on.

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Don't get busy with this.

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The matter is, when we read the Quran, ultimately we're reading it because every area is a direction. It's a route to Allah azza wa jal.

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It increases in our guidance. How many times over and over in the Quran does Allah azza wa jal refer to the fact that the Quran is guidance from the very beginning? Valley Kalki tabula rasa fi who then Lily Mota clean this book, there is no doubt in it. Who then who then that then when you say that and we and who then by the time when litho when it implies greatness, a great guidance for the 13th for the righteous. And do you notice something wouldn't leave the queen? What is the purpose of fasting in the area of via your Levina Minocqua to radical,

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the Allah contact,

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your fasting increases your taqwa where Sawtell Bacala. At the beginning Allah is saying the only people that will benefit from the guidance of the Quran other Mutata when

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you see that

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fasting is increasing your taqwa

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and those that are going to benefit from the guidance of the Quran.

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So every day you're fasting, your taqwa is increasing, you should be able to absorb the Quran even more.

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And you're supposed to extract guidance and wisdom from the Quran even more. Because fasting puts you on a path of Taqwa when

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its guidance is for the Motoki for the people that are fasting.

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This needs to be a question with each and every single one of us which are touched your heart Allah azza wa jal in the Quran He says, Yeah, you have nurse Kumar invulnerability become where she felt or limit your sole duty we're who then want to hammer to little mini. Once again, Allah calling out to mankind, informing them and telling them that within this Quran there is guidance. Allah azza wa jal in Salta, Alma ADA Nisa he says Paja min Allah He no don't work he terrible Mubin yeah de Billa

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a Quran has come down from your Lord a clean book, and it guides the one who is seeking Allah subhanahu wata at his pleasure it guides this is what the Quran does it guides. So what is the idea that changed the way you talk, the way you behave, your attitude, something about Allah, there should be an error. And I have 10 minutes left, I'm going to share with you something personal, so that we can implement the theory that I've been speaking to you about

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every single day. And this is since four or five years ago, I made it

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a mission of mine and I share this in the purpose that inshallah Yanni you'll be able to navigate this and move along with this kind of approach every single year for the last five years.

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I say that I want to listen to the Quran and Ramadan

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and I want to

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monitor which in the Quran really touches me in a way that the other AR did not.

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Every single year I do this and I actually enjoyed this now for the last three years because the last three years I haven't been in Australia. So I haven't prayed the Imam anyway. I've been led so I pray behind then there's an Imam and I've actually enjoyed it because it gives me a better chance now to listen and to see and engage with the earth like I'm talking to like this because I'm thinking majority inshallah there's a relationship with Colombia for the last students here the next generation program on memorizing the Quran or may Allah azza wa jal rewarded increase your but have this in your mind.

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So let me share with you this see

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an area that Yanni Wallahi I would not be wrong to describe what he did to me in the same manner. You'll be a bit more I'm probably Allahu Anhu describes a specific AI and what if

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heck they had on him.

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But I'll tell you first ubaidah but more time what happened to him? He walked in it was about McCullough time and he entered McCann he was still a careful disbeliever

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he entered Maccha and he heard the NABI SallAllahu, alayhi wasallam leading the prayer mockery. Imagine this. And he heard the interview so I said I'm resigning from saltwater pool. I'm Holly Coleman Heidi Shea in I'm humble Holly own I'm Hala. Kusama YT and W pinion. This year, they often they come discussion with the atheist. I'm Holly Coleman, Heidi Shea, where they created from nothing or the woman Harlequin, who were they the creators themselves.

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I'm Hala Kusumoto Oh, did they create the heavens in the earth? Because if humans created the heavens in the earth, and that means cos k sold them that means they created themselves. But of course it was none of these possibilities, which keeps us with the fourth possibility and that is that Allah azza wa jal is the Creator. But the idea is this. You bear a careful at the time, he said CAD can be your fear.

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He said My heart was about to fly out.

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And I always knew this duration, but I didn't know what what does it mean that his heart was about to fly out.

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Until what I experienced at the beginning of this month with an error I heard.

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Perhaps his heart was about to fly out out of excitement and joy and happiness. Maybe that's the missing part that I never came across.

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Because what the NABI sallallahu alayhi wa sallam read, perhaps it answered the most difficult question in his life.

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And that is who created us. And he was a good fit. And right afterwards, he accepted Islam.

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So no, no, no doubt. To me when I read this hadith, his heart was about to burst and fly out of happiness and joy in celebration of Allah's word for the guidance, that one Air to Air brought into his life and changed his life dramatically until the day he died.

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And I was in Makkah

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and we're praying on the roof.

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And this is an A Of course for for a person who has memorized the Quran reads the Quran you hear these out every single day.

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But this time I heard an error in such a way

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I had never ever heard it before. I could see that my heart was about to burst and fly out of happiness and joy.

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Yanni, I wanted every night and I wanted to look around me and say, do you understand what Allah said? Did you hear that message?

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This is a message that needs to travel the entire globe. Everyone needs to know about this area and right now now now they need to know about it.

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And that I was in salt and I am

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Allah azza wa jal Lee said what either I can live either you mean wanna be a Tina for all Salam, Aleikum Katha about a buco Mala and see him

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and no Holman army lemming comm Su and Bucha Hi, Lawton. From metabolome embody you are Slava and no afford Rahim.

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What an error?

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Why did it connect with me, especially in this month? Because in this month, this Ramadan,

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I received

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an abundant amount of calls and missing messages from many people that wanted to find their way back to Allah subhanho wa taala. Very unusual.

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At least for me, I've never experienced anything like this in this amount.

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Message calls. I see someone, someone he doesn't know the word doba but what he's speaking about is DOMA. But that's how far away from Islam he is. He says that one wants to pray and, and, and you know, like, forgiveness in sha Allah. He doesn't know the word October 7 to October. He said, What's that? Repentance, repentance? Yeah, go back to Allah and implement his laws. And he said, That's it.

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He doesn't know the word donor.

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Is there a solution? He's asking is there a ways that we cannot do anything?

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And this is why this is because this is exactly what these people need and what we all need.

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Allah azza wa jal he said what either Yeah, I can Lavina You mean I'm gonna be a Tina. Allah he's saying to Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Anyone who comes to believing in our

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I am

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meaning anyone who comes wanting Allah, the One who believes in the Ayat of Allah, and he's coming to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam otherwise he coming. He wants Allah. He wants the paradise. He wants mercy, He wants forgiveness. Doesn't matter what his situation is. If he comes to you with a ton of sins, if he comes to with a life of heedlessness, if he comes to you from the club, if he comes to you from the bar, if he comes to you from the from from wherever it is, why he very

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Lavina you're gonna be a Tina. And this we're learning as well. We're learning anyone that is in the position of $1. Listen to Allah Who would be saying now, anyone who comes, He wants Allah and look at the word jakka. You see the word jacker? A similar word in Arabic that's used this attack. And that comes in the Quran. Umbrella. Right. But the difference is that

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the difference between utter and Jaya, is that,

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look, it's even said easily at a budget. She needs more effort, right? So this is implied within the word is a lazy kind of coming. Right? That's what utter is. It's like kind of a person is just rolling. Very easy.

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Effortless. She is a person that comes with effort and passion and eagerness. He wants Allah He wants the afterlife. He's looking for something to clean him from his end. He needs a solution now. Why are you there? Yeah, I can Lavina you mean wanna be Tina. If these people come and they believe in Allah, but they've been far away from Allah. You know what Allah wants them to he? The first information Allah wants them to know.

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For all Salam and Aleikum,

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say to them, Peace be upon you.

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This is Allah seeing to the one who's rushing and coming. Allah was first thing he tells him he said

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peace be upon you. Safety for you. Security for you. Salam aleikum means don't worry about your sins. Don't worry about your heedlessness. Don't worry. The main condition is you come. You need to want Allah azza wa jal. You need to go down that path and travel in that direction for Paul Selam aleykum.

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How exciting is this? When you know this is Allah's message to the one who comes one thing Allah, no matter what his situation was? Allah is greeting him. Not me or you. Allah is greeting him.

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You know, now if someone wants to come and repent, I don't I don't want to say a ceremony. Cumbre I say listen, Allah is sending his Salam to you right this moment.

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Because it is it's Salam. O Allah Allah for Salam aleikum.

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And then in addition to this, Allah Who wants you know, Allah wants him to know something. Kettlebell or boku. Mala NFC him.

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Allah has obligated mercy upon himself. That's the second piece of information Allah wants you to know. Why tell you something. You only don't don't sit here and think Oh ALLAH. He's talking about people that are in clubs tonight. But not us. Us. We need Allah's Mercy more than anyone else. Forget everyone. Think of yourself. Mentally you're in the masjid. And you're doing a majority of your ethic. F right. And he cares why, why he that's why the three o'clock we need to start praying. Three o'clock solid, decaf for the last seven months. Food smell. You keep up with all this stuff. No problems. Why? Why don't you want Allah's mercy? No. So when you entered the masjid, what did you

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say when you enter the Masjid? Allahumma

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automatic because you want Allah Azza Allah's Mercy is here it's found in here, Katha about a book of Allah and FCM Lama. Think about this area for yourself. You're one that needs the mercy. You each and every single one of us this way in the month of mercy, we want Allah's mercy.

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Allah's Mercy

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is that he accepts whatever little deeds we have. Allah's Mercy is that he forgives us all our shortcomings and flaws and whatever it is that we have

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cutterbar a boo Comala and fcr llama Allah has obligated this upon himself and nothing is obligatory upon Allah except he

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He makes obligatory upon himself, what Allah he says Allah has promised slaves and if Allah Allah, Allah doesn't break his promise. But how good he says, ALLAH he this is an exciting message in the Quran in surah in saltan an iron and to know that so little and I'm came down 70,000 Angels carry that when it came down

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this this mercy in the solar, there is absolute joy and every reason to celebrate in the solar, especially this area. Cut about a book Omala NFC Obama. And I'll tell you something, what we're learning here is the attitude of the day, the attitude of a day, and those who want to work in this field of preaching and calling others to Allah. Learn from what Allah teaches us.

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Your approach with people no matter how old they are, what condition they're in. Your approach is Salam Alikum Cata bought a book Ramallah NFC, what your approach is that you want them to know things that are positive

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about Allah azza wa jal in His mercy and His forgiveness. That's what you need to learn. Look, it even happened within the visa Allahu alayhi wa salam Sahaba were one sitting and they were talking then and then we saw Selim entered upon them. And he said to them, lota, Allah Munna alum Luba Hector and Calida and Oliver katoen cathedra. He said to them, if you know what I know, you would have cried a lot. And you would have laughed a little

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further your own. Their mood changed. Imagine in the bizarre asylum entering

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he enters upon you. And he says to people, if you only knew what I knew, you would have laughed a little you would have cried a lot and he walked off by then you're going to stay in the same mood you're in. He didn't want worry depressed, sad what happened?

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Then Gibreel was sent by a lot and the be sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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had inside.

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He said to him Gibreel said to him that Allah says limit to OmniPod Abadi, why are you despairing My servants

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Why are you despairing My servants because what he said came across as harsh. So Sahabas mood changed. So then a Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam walked back out the very moment and saw those companions. And he said to them, said do work on rebou obscura, sir do meaning do of the good deeds as much as you can

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work on repo and follow my sunnah as best as you can. What a beautiful and good news. Congratulations to all of you led to the paradise. That's a message that's uplifting. The mood came back to a Sahaba they were happy.

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Yeah, and when I tell you Allah says carotovora buco Milan FCL, Rama, meaning find every ayah in the Quran that will restore some life and happiness and joy in the people.

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This is the path of a dairy this is the path of profit.

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get about a book Amala and see her

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my brothers and sisters in Islam, Allah the worst among us, is the one who's given up of the Mercy of Allah azza wa jal and the best among us are those who are looking forward to Allah subhanahu wata had his mercy was set up for him or him Allah. Look how smart they were. Shu flannel odema Allah praise the Lord. I met in the Quran because they're smart. You shouldn't read about what they used to do when they used to think about Allah's mercy. One of them

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Yoni liquidated, he wants Allah's mercy.

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And he's desperate. He doesn't want to leave this world the life except that he is convinced Allah who have mercy upon him. So he goes through the Quran. He comes across the first day, Allah azza wa jal says

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Allah azza wa jal, he says fermented and embodied told me he was luffa in Allahu wa la hidden Allah afforded Rahim. Whoever repents after he has wronged himself and then he does righteous actions and he rectifies his state through the good deeds. Then Allah is of a foreign to him. Allah is Forgiving, Merciful. So he says, Oh Allah, I'm that person that has done the wrong and I've repented after so Allah grant me Oh, Mercy. Then he says, and if I am not worthy of your mercy through that higher, then he says, then Oh Allah, you have said, what can be menial? Rahima? You have said that you grant your mercy to the believers, and Oh Allah, I'm a believer. So bestow Your mercy upon me.

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Then he says, but if I'm not worthy of your mercy, because I don't qualify from this area, then Oh Allah, you have said, what was

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my mercy

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has encompassed all things when I say, and I'm something so grant me or mercy, because I am something

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then he said, and if I do not qualify for your mercy, because I'm not worthy of it and I'm not from this shape that deserves it or worthy of it,

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then this is a calamity and a disaster. And you Oh ALLAH said, A Lavina Valsalva to Missoula to call you in Allah here in LA here's your own, will a galley him Salah to Nairobi, him, WA, you said that whoever falls into a calamity, and what worse of a calamity than the fact that you're not included in shade? For Allah's mercy, indeed, it's a calamity. And you said, Whoever falls in a calamity and says, in nearly law who are in a garage Iran, then such people upon them abundant praise of Allah and mercy. So grant mercy from that though.

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People, people in the past

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they knew how to work with this Quran heavily. This is the scholar This is Elijah Lim. This is a person who understands that the Quran is more than just I have to read so that I can retain the ayat in my mind and not forget them. More than this. This is the month of Ramadan, catabolic Bucco, Mala and FC. Very quickly we finish Muhammad Amin, amin come soon began from metabolome. Abadi, who also have no affordable Rahim. How does this llama of Allah manifest? How do I actually how do I benefit from this mercy? Allah says Now he says, Whoever

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man I'm gonna sue Ameesha hella anyone who does an evil deed out of ignorance.

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What does it mean to do a deed out of ignorance?

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Does that mean you knew about the sin? Did you knew about it being a sin or not?

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Okay, listen, alone. I'm out of here Muhammad. Allah said, Anyone who commits a sin knowingly, is ignorant.

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Anyone who commits a sin knowingly, is ignorant. What's he ignorant about? He's ignorant about the greatness of Allah.

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His ignorance about the greatness and the power and the mind of Allah.

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Otherwise, if you knew the greatness of Allah, no one would sin. So even if you knew it's a sin from a third perspective, and you committed it at the jail, you're still ignorant.

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Because if you do a sin, and you actually didn't know it's a sin in Islam, that's not a sin. You don't have to repent from anything because you did not score any bad deep. You understand? For this area, he is speaking about a person who committed an evil sim Sue.

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And he knew it was a sin. For metab embody. See the word thumb is Allah's Mercy within their thumb meaning and a while later, Yanni Allah gave him life, extended his life, then he made the decision later on in life, terrible embody. He repented.

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He did this so a million times and he repented once it's good enough.

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From metabo embody he was

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and he followed his Tober

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with righteous actions US law meaning he rectified himself you know the good deeds in Arabic in the Kurata codon

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Illa Lavina am Anwar amino are they called saw they had solid health comes from the word sulla which means to fix something for cosmetic masala you fix it. Why? Because the righteous these they fix your affairs they fix the broken soul the broken heart the damaged things that are inside the they fix them are solid. Our prayers are fasting Zakat and all the good deeds that we know they fix us. So they called Sonya had dabbled in body for masla so he repents and then he does the righteous deeds so that he can rectify his state before he meets Allah azza wa jal for Noah followed Rahim for that person. Allah is Most forgiving, and Rahim bestows His Mercy upon him. What a beautiful

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message. We ask Allah azza wa jal to bestow his mercy upon us all. We ask him subhanho wa Taala that He grant us forgiveness of all our sins before we end Ramadan. And we asked him Subhanahu wa Taala to free our necks from the fire. And we asked him subhanho wa Taala did He grant us the highest levels in the Paradise man to be you know, so deeply no Shahada? It was solid, White House you know, like a few Sallalahu cinema Velyka and Avena Muhammad what other early hills or big marine