The greatest gift of being grateful to Allah

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Last oil he said let in Shackleton let them know. The greatest gift of remaining grateful to Allah subhanho wa Taala is that the more gratitude you show Allah, the more and more he gives you? What does he give you? Allah Allah He gives you an abundant amount of things. Because Allah azza wa jal did not say in this area what he will increase you in, he just conditioned. He said, If you continue to show gratitude to Allah, Allah will continue to increase you. Increase you in wealth, in health, in mercy in blessing in children, if you wanted that in what ever imagine in memorizing Quran, you'll increase your understanding you increase in comprehension, he'll increase you in everything

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you can think of his blessing subhanho wa taala. Let him shocker to me as he didn't come he'll increase the baraka in your house. He'll increase the baraka in your food, the baraka in the coving, the baraka in what you drink, the baraka in your wife, the baraka in your children, all this will increase. If you continuously me remain grateful to Allah. And you can do that my brothers and sisters in Islam, you can do that. Just remind yourself this is our duty on Earth.

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Law Allahu Akbar. These there's only two parts Allah azza wa jal, he said in the medina Huseby in measure Quran or in Mecca for Amara Xhosa guided us. People can either be Shakira, grateful to Allah or gefallen, ungrateful to Allah. The choice is yours. Which one are you going to choose for yourself? Be wise, be smart, and be Shakira. Be grateful to Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah He you are going to see the reward of being grateful to Allah in this life, before the hereafter one law. Try it. Sit down,

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engage in hum of Allah azza wa jal say Al Hamdulillah Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah Allah Malacca hum or banner like Al hamdu Hamdan Caffee on forgiven Mubarak and Fie, Allah Allah Kalambo total bajewala can hum do either OB Tala can hum do bother Reba engage in the many forms of hum do we know? And don't suffice with that? Because praising Allah subhanho wa Taala is not only by the tongue, you don't think Allah azza wa jal only by the tongue. You think Allah azza wa jal also with your heart by acknowledging the blessing, and then you think a love with your limbs get up after that pre to like,

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fast tomorrow, as a form of gratitude to Allah. So again, it's permissible, fast in the intention of being grateful to Allah, for everything is given you, you know, it's allowed.

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Even if Allah azza wa jal saved you from harm. You can fast you can worship Allah azza wa jal as a thank you as a form of gratitude to Allah azza wa jal didn't this happen with Musa alayhis salam. When Musa alayhis salam was saved from thrown around drowned he buried Allah saved Musa and Benny Salatin, what did Musa do? He fasted I shoulda

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Why did he first Ashura out of gratitude to Allah that He saved him from trouble. He saved him from harm. When the V sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also said we're going to fast the day of Ashura. So you're allowed to fast and you're allowed to worship Allah azza wa jal if Allah has saved you from evil and save you from harm. This is a means of being grateful to Allah subhanahu wata Allah and pray your prayers on time. As we said that is the highest form of gratitude. I don't want to take longer than this user common law hate on my brothers and sisters in Islam. At the end we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to make us Mineva delay he shagreen I ask Allah azza wa jal that he make us from

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His grateful sleeves and I asked Allah azza wa jal that he gives us the ability to continuously thank Allah subhanho wa Taala through our heart, through our tongue and through our limbs.