The Story of the Companions – 04
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The Repentance of Kaab Ibn Maalik (Part 1 of 2) – Sh Abu Bakr Zoud
Mohammed hamdulillah alameen wa salatu salam ala rasulillah wa alayhi wa sallam he hears marine or praise and thanks belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala. And may the peace and blessing of Allah be upon his seventh and final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as follows my dear respected brothers and sisters in Islam, Sir Michael Marmot, Allahu Allah cattle.
So the last lesson that we had was about the life of Solomon and faricy and all the Allahu anhu. And we began with that story because it was a story of a quest for truth. It was the journey for truth. Now once one has finally arrived to the truth, and he has arrived and he has recognized the deen of Allah subhanaw taala and he is he accepted Islam as his Deen when Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as his messenger and he enters Islam completely. Now we need to understand that there is one pillar in Islam that you're always supposed to hold on. And this is the only the difference between people entering the Hellfire and entering the paradise. And that is a Toba Hill, Allahu Subhana Allah. So
with us tonight is a story of Toba. And let's first begin by asking Allah subhanaw taala to bestow His mercy and His forgiveness upon us, and that He grant us and accept the Toba before our death. My brothers and sisters in Islam, the believer, he's like a tall building. And every tall building that you see is founded upon pillars. And so the believer is a tall building that is founded upon one pillar, and that one pillar is your relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala. And so when law the most valuable asset you'll ever own in life is your relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala. And the only encouragement that keeps you motivated in life is your relationship with Allah subhanho wa
Taala. And it's because of your relationship with Allah subhanaw taala that you attend here tonight. And anything that you learn tonight and implement of lessons from this story is just because of your relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala. And that is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would seek forgiveness is still far almost more than 100 times a day. Whenever you saw the law he was when he was in a gathering. When he leaves the gathering, he will make his default and ask a lot of soil for forgiveness. And when he begins his solid Allahumma barik vainio abena hapa or law make a distance between me and my sins Yanni wash off and forgive my sins. And when he finishes his
solid, a stone for a lot of stuff, a lot of stuff for the law, and when he leaves the bathroom or for asking Allah subhanaw taala for forgiveness, why? Because he is concerned about his relationship with Allah subhana wa Tada. And that's exactly how the believer is supposed to be. He always needs to be concerned with his relationship or about his relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala to my brothers and sisters in Islam. Do you have that concern that masala la Sol Allahu alayhi wa sallam told us you need to be concerned in terms of your relationship with Allah subhanaw taala and W sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says in the Hadith
that you burn and you burn over and over again. And in other words, mankind are walking, they're walking around on the streets, and they are literally on fire. They are burning because of their sins and their wrongdoings. Finally, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said for either so late Tommaso pavo salata, when you pre select and Fisher, it turns off and it washes off the sins, then you burn and you burn. And when you pre select the book, it washes off those sins, and then you burn and you burn. And if you pre select, and also it washes off the sins and you burn and you continue to burn. And when you press on it, it washes away the sins and you burn and you burn until solid tonatiuh.
Once you pray solid and it washes off the sins and then you sleep and nothing is written upon you. Yanni we need to understand my brothers and sisters in Islam. What does that mean? We need to understand you understand what a Toba is. It means that people are walking on the street, they are on fire, but they don't feel it with doba repentance is what is going to extinguish this fire in your life. That's what doba is. adobo, my brothers and sisters in Islam is when a person is walking on muscle up on the Day of Judgment. And the path is very tight and it's gloomy and it's dark and it's scary. And jahannam is from underneath it wants to grab him and take him in and then all of a
sudden, the path becomes wide as far as the eye can see. And the water path becomes full of light and angels will take by his hand until he makes it safely to the other side. Why? Because of his Stover because of his repentance. He almost failed however he stole received him on that day. October my brothers and sisters in Islam is when a person is being judged right before Allah subhana wa tada and his sins are being placed on the scale of the sins and they're being killed.
compounds one on top of the other until they become mountains and mountains of Sims. And the person that cheat he gives up, and he's lost all hope. And he knows that now his next path is towards the hellfire. And all of a sudden, those sins that are on the scale of the sins are converted into Hassan and they are put in the level in the skill of the personnel and they begin to compile, compile until it becomes mountains and mountains of hassle that is never done. Why? Because of you, Stover, Allah subhanaw taala he says 11 turbo, mano Amina Sonia, una de la husa Yeah, team has an ad that the one who Yani hadn't except the Toba and Allah except that he stole by in this world the
life Allah would exchange his million, say your ad into a million house and it never did all because of a Toba. All of a sudden he finds himself just to not to be thrown in jail. And he saved and he enters the paradise because of eastover. So we need to understand my brothers the meaning you understood what the meaning of Toba is, this is exactly what it is. And that's why tonight, I want to share with you only the best story that was ever narrated about a Toba about repentance. And we want to share the story so that we repeat each scenario in our lives, and we implement its valuable lessons and wisdom and guidance in our life. We're going to speak about the repentance of a
companion from among the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This is the Toba the repentance of gabab numele. Columbia Law robiola one Whoa, that's right, the Toba of a companion gabab nomadic ob Allahu anhu. There's something strange here that we need to ask. That's a super heavy all the alojado much Marine, does he fall into sin into a major sin that it requires a tober? does that even happen? Where the story is teaching us that that that happens. And the thing that it is correcting from the very beginning we're learning a lesson that with some of the people, they have a incorrect image and an incorrect understanding of what righteousness means. Some people will
have Unfortunately, they think that righteous and obedient people are people that you don't 24 seven they are committed, they don't fall into any sin. Not even minor, not even major doesn't miss any solid. doesn't miss any fasting Monday and Thursday or salotto, Sonoma helma. Everything is right in his life, wrong image. This is why when you have such an image, and you commit yourself into deed, and then you find yourself one or two things became lazy, you give up altogether, because you had an incorrect image. This is wrong. We need to understand my brothers and sisters in Islam, that righteousness is not like that. And the difference between a righteous person and a sinner and a
rebellious corrupt person is not that one sins and one doesn't sin. The difference is that both of them sin, but it is how they deal with the sin after it. So the righteous would sin, but he gets up after it and he makes a Toba and he moves forward and he doesn't allow that event in his life to pull him and drag him down. But the sinner has no such thing in his life. He sins after a sin after sin, and he neglects the concept of Toba and Toba is not part of his life. And that is exactly the difference between a corrupt person and a righteous person, aka nomadic lobby Allahu anhu. His story is teaching us the correct image of what righteousness means you might fall into sin. You might even
fall into a major sin like Gabriella Juana, if you fall into major sin, what makes you a nice safe that we won't fall into sin. And this is after, after what this is after 20 years of Islam. He falls into a major sin we'll speak about what the sin was and how he revives and how he gets up after the sin and continues forward in his relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala. My brothers and sisters in Islam, the story of God that the medical ob Allahu anhu
and he narrates it, and he he himself narrates the story. However, most importantly, it's a story that Allah subhanho wa Taala also narrates in the Quran.
And there is an entire surah in the Quran known as Surah Tauba Surah Tauba earn its name because of his story, and he sort of the Toba is a is a long Surah 20 pages, and there's only three eight in the surah that is a reference the garb of the Allahu anhu only three ad. But these three were powerful enough that the entire school was called sold at the Dover because of them. We need to understand the whole solar was named after his story, and hopefully Allah why no. And since it's part of the Quran, this is an honor to Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala himself choose to narrate it. Right. Anita, how happy Do you get if someone to read your story let's say someone was misguided,
and then he became guided and committed on Islam.
And a chef was interested with his story, right? And then he went on to the member and he shared his story in front of millions and millions of people, how excited and how happy would that person be? Now imagine what he learned in masala. It is a loss of Hannah who, who narrates your story, and he narrates not only to a generation that lived at the time, the companions and so on. But this is until the last day, we're going to read the story until the day of judgment, but not only that, even in the paradise, this story would be narrated and would be recited, and Avi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says that on the Day of Judgment, you call it this, I haven't
done it. yet. In other words, the Quran is recited on the Day of Judgment. And when you recite them every day, or you read it is a level in the paradise. So in other words, these eight would be recited in the paradise. Look how special and how hon the solar and the story is, that it made it part of the Quran, and it remains a legacy on this earth until the day of judgment. And even in the paradise we're going to read the story, or Gabriella Juan who himself will read it, and it will be full of joy and excitement as to how Allah subhanho wa Taala accepted historica in a time where it was so difficult for him will understand the Allahu taala when we get to these add and share their
meanings, my brothers and sisters in Islam, the story of God of nomadic robbery Allahu anhu.
It's a story of hope.
It's a story of hope for anyone who has committed any sin. And the story highlights the fact that there is absolutely no sin on the face of the earth, except that there is an escape route from it. And that is via Toba any sin. There is a route that you can escape and that is through the road and through the path of adobo. This is what the story teaches. And the story of garbage nomadic probably Allahu anhu it's going to teach us how one falls into a sin. How does one end up falling into sin? And how do you move on after a sin? How do you get up and move on? And how does a loss or shall accept the Toba? And what are the signs that Allah subhanaw taala has accepted your over all of this
is in the story of God gobbled nomadic, called the Allahu anhu my brothers and sisters in Islam. Firstly, let's get to know who God will be a loved one who loves God my brothers and sisters in Islam. He was so happy that joined us all in Mosul aloha alayhi wa sallam during the Battle of God and he was wounded and injured 17 times in the battle for he was a warrior will be alone and he attended at bay on October 3 year. This is the the pledge of allegiance to the soul of Mosul Allahu alayhi wa sallam still in Mecca. And in other words, he's counted from those that came into Islam early. This is Scarborough the Allahu anhu and an entire tribe Kabila dose that was his tribe, all
of them except that Islam because of two lines of poetry, he recited to them powerful. He was an eloquent speaker. He was a poet, he was a warrior who was counted from among those who entered Islam first. So we're not speaking about any Sahabi we're speaking about the best of the best. And even then he falls into a major sin to teach you and I never feel safe, never feel safe from falling into sin. And we'll learn exactly what he fell into, and how he saved from and how he saved himself from it by brothers and sisters in Islam. The sin that gabab nomadic robbery Allahu anhu fell into was that he did not join or Solon la Sol Allahu alayhi wa sallam in the Battle of the book, which was
the last battle that was all the loss of the law while he was alone fought. He did not join, he said back in Medina, and it was an obligation for all the people of Medina to leave except those who had excuse and he was among those who remained in Medina. And so his sin was that he left an obligation. Understand that sins are of two types. There is a seam in where you commit the sins like Motherland, you commit that which is impermissible. You drink alcohol, you fall into Zina and you deal with interest and so on. That's one type of sin. The other type of sin is that you leave out an obligation. But Allah Ramadan, you decide not too fast, solid for sure you decide not to pray it.
These sins that you leave off and you abandoned the obligations is much worse than committing the major sins and the minor sins. It's much worse to leave an obligation. So here we're speaking about the top grade of the sins. We speak about garbage numele kalapuya Allahu anhu, not only committing a major sin, but also leaving an out an obligation, and that is to join us on the bustle Allahu alayhi wa sallam in the battle in the Battle of the book, my brothers and sisters in Islam. We begin this story first by speaking something about the Battle of the book, so that he can understand why didn't Gabriella Juan will participate in joining this war. The story of the Battle of the book is that the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
These are during the final he's in Medina, he sent out a companion with a letter to invite the king of the Romans to Islam. So this companion takes the letter and he goes to Rome, and he's searching for the king to give him this letter, invite him to Islam. So the Roman king, he sent out a gang towards this companion. The gang grabbed him, they killed him, and that's it. And the reason Allahu alayhi wa sallam was informed, that your soul your companion, your messenger that went to deliver the message was killed by the kingpin by the Romans For Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam did not accept this. And so he prepared for the Battle of the book. This is the reason for the Battle of the
book to avenge the blood of one innocent man that was killed. And so Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he comes out to the people of Medina, and he announces in the city, prepare for a battle, prepare for the Battle of the book against the ruins. The people are shocked it also Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam what Romans, this is a massive army. We're speaking about a war of power at the time. And what are we in Medina? What do we have to do? Who's gonna go to the book? Who's going to face the Romans yellow School of Law? And where are you going? Where are we going to fight the Romans? Where are we going? We're going to the boo, boo Kenny, this is 1500 kilometres going and
coming back. Yeah, and he no one ever took this path except that he died on the road. No one ever made it. This is an extreme yonny war that was gonna last so long while he was lm is calling them to and up to that it's summer. And on top of it, it's not easy the entire path is a desert. And the companions have never traveled as a group towards that way. The book is only from from Medina is towards Jordan towards Palestine towards this part for and they've never been towards that side. They only used to the opposite, which is going towards Mecca. For this is what is on hand now. And so panela
the desert, so we're speaking about sandstorms about dust storms, the scolding son that's going to be from above. No one has taken the path in summer except that he has perished and understand as well that summer time is the best time for the people of Medina. Because this is when the dates on the trees ripen. And Jani they are soft and they're delicious. And he only dunia attempts the people at the time. Do you look at the tree wherever they go. Look at the look at the dates look out. We've been waiting the entire year for this time. Wouldn't have you saw some of them all of a sudden is announcing a battle. And in this time, especially yellow Sana Ullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam it
says though they're saying, Jani these palm trees and the dates, this is our livelihood for the we pick the dates, and we sell them and we make money so that we pay our debts off, and we make this money and we marry our children with this money. We build our house with this money. Yani, if no one remains in Medina, what's gonna happen, the dates would ripen. And eventually they will rock and they will fall from the tree. And that's all gone to waste. jellyfish is our yearly income, who's gonna take care of it, and we're gonna go to the book, we're gonna miss out for this, essentially, you can understand the difficulty of this wall. Whenever you solo while he was a lamb. He he kind of
hints out, yo, there's no excuses, get ready, and we're going to leave soon. And of course, at the time, there was no army prepared. There's nothing for nobody so long while he was alive, he encouraged the companions, who's going to donate or farewell their loved one who would come with half his wealth, and he came to the soul loss or sell them with half his wealth. And he threw them in the lap of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, when we saw suddenly began to put his hand in the world like this, and he's saying, No, no, no, my father bought the house. There is no harm on earth man, when he does after today, look at this huge sacrifice in a time where a Dawa and Islam
was in most need of the support of the believers. Look what he's coming with, and people are coming they want to give whatever they have will Subhana Allah young, even Allah azza wa jal mentions and records this in the Quran. And then people came.
fumina dummy has an allergy to male food. People came so have a cape, they said the auto saw law, what law here I have nothing, and we want to give something and they began to cry before salasar Salah when there was a group of hypocrites, that when they saw some Sahaba give a lot. They said, look at this, he did not do it sincerely for a loss sake. And then there are companions that gave something little like Abu hanifa mahabali Allahu anhu. He had two kilograms yakko saw two kilograms of date. He said they also love that's all I have. I'll give you the data and you can feed the the army on the way the army is 30,000 companions and he can see everyone wants to give something and
the companions when they saw those that give a little
missile capsule solar car. They were saying hey, look at these people. A lot of soldiers doesn't need his his donation What is he giving? Look how pathetic this giving if they were companions they were they were hypocrites in in Medina that played this role. We're going to speak about them in the story and what was their case? And what was different between them and Gabriela one who so maybe sallallahu alayhi wa sallam announces the battle 30,000 companions, they gather and they prepare, and the few camels come out as well. Danny, the narrations mentioned that there was 18 camels per one men. What does that mean? It means you're going to walk for 17 hours, and you will ride for one
hour, because one camel is going to alternate between 18 men. So walking 17 hours, and you'll only get to ride for one hour. And that is the case for everyone. And there's not enough food. And there is not enough water
narrates that we used to eat the date. And then we used to take out the piece of the date. And we used to share it among the Sahaba
have turned in sucking the date, then they learnt the next half turns in sucking it and they would walk and they would go. And this was their way until a point where it became so severe.
we couldn't handle it anymore. You saw in the desert 30,000 men walking and no one is talking. Because the more you talk, the more you make your soul thirsty. We were about to die from first we can feel in our throats that they are starting to crack and starting to bleed to the point that we cannot no longer handle it anymore. So they began to slaughter some of the camels and take out the intestines of the camel and begin to squeeze whatever liquid or fluid that comes out of it. And they would drink that and they would go in terms. Jani they losing camels, no food, no water. Then they went to the school of Mosul Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and they said the eldest son in law, make a big
drive the lessons down some rain, some water so that we can refresh and a renourish once again, for no reason. Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he says we'll make dua. But during the night, everyone stay in your tent and don't leave the tent don't come out of the tent. There's going to be a strong wind that comes it will destroy anyone its path. And so they went unnoticed Allahu alayhi wa sallam he did while and there was one companion that lift of 10 he died Obi Wan Oh, yeah. And he was working out maybe going through some other 10 and he died in its path. Eventually, the next morning, Allah subhanho wa Taala sends down rain upon the believers, and they drink from it. And they're refreshed
once again. And they continue their path to the book. Yeah, and you can understand the Battle of the book wasn't something easy. This is why in the recent Allahu alayhi wa sallam, when large Zoysia in the Quran, he considered the alosa. And the reason Salim referred to that army as Jay Shu lucilla, the army of hardship, the army of difficulty, because of how much difficulty they when we look around Allah subhanaw taala, he says, and levina terbaru houfy.
Allah Subhana Allah, how Allah subhanaw taala makes something difficult, too easy, he says and the companions that follow the Rasulullah saw Selim in the one hour of hardships. He also loved going to the book and coming back almost took them 80 days, and this was the condition the last
one hour loss of Hana data is teaching us that the hardship eventually goes, it vanishes, yani all right 80 days right now, did they feel the 80 days, it felt like one hour, but the reward that remains is permanent. It's huge. And when they see it on the Day of Judgment, they would realize that that difficulty was only one hour. So Pamela, how Allah subhanho wa Taala changes our force of the hardship and he makes it sound so easy. Fi Serra de la sala. Now my brothers and sisters in Islam, we begin with the story of God, and this is him sitting among his children, sitting among a Tabby in because this is way after this is now he's old. He's blind, and he's mentioning the story,
Gabriella Juana, he lived along age, and now he's narrating the story.
It begins somehow the law is just the beginning on a senate the chain is something beautiful that a salad you can learn something from the chain itself. Listen to this train, and manage now Abdullah hypnic cabin and Abdullah have maccabean color submitted to cabinet Malika. You know what's happening in this chain.
He's saying I'm the authority of Abdul Rahman ibn Abdullah bin cap that Abdullah bin garb said I heard God Abdul Malik, who's narrating the story? the grandson of Kaaba bumalik, the grandson of God is saying that my father told me that his Father God and said, Now what do you learn from this street? The first thing you learn is the honesty of gab of numele called the Allahu anhu he said
Talking a story about a major sin that he committed. And who is he talking to? He's talking Truth and Honesty to his children and to those that are around him. Now we learn something nowadays.
Today, how many of us as parents would cover your past from your children, and you will lie to your children, just so that you do not expose your past? My brothers and sisters in Islam if your past has a bad element in it, but has goodness at the end of it, share it with your children? Let them know how life is and that it's alright. Someone might fall someone might do a sin, but then he can move forward in his relationship with a lot how many times you find parents? Jani their children if they're at school, let's say and they're not getting good marks. They say that Jani Oh father used to come first in school. Your mother used to come first Mr. Sharma who used to come less than if I
had if everyone came first. Okay, what else? We need to learn honesty. Be honest, be honest, in how you are the story from the very beginning. It's about the honesty of garbage, numerical, they are luevano. This is why a very appropriate title for the story. I called honesty, the flag of a believer, then you're going to find that the entire story and what saves Scarborough the Allahu anhu at the end is his honesty, for the very beginning. It's about honesty of God to his children, his grandchildren, and the story is just moving on generation after generation, which all of with all of its honesty, this is about a sin. So it's alright to admit a sin to your children. If there's a good
lesson behind it for them to learn in life. He says, Call me to Captain America. Now Gabriela one who is narrating and he says, Look how he begins. He says lamotta Holla
Holla Holla your Salah Murphy has worked him up, he left feet the book
was what the burden was.
On who he began by saying, I didn't I never ever abandoned and resold Allahu alayhi wa sallam, in a battle that he fought, except in the Battle of the book. And I failed also to participate and take part in the Battle of battle. But the Battle of whether it's alright, Allah subhanho wa Taala did not admonish those who did not join in the Battle of brothers. And the whole story of God is about him not joining in the Battle of the book. And he begins by saying lembata Aleph, I never for once abandoned and did not join and participate in the recent Allahu alayhi wa sallam in a battle that he fought. In other words, lovely Allahu anhu. He's telling us don't think I'm a bad person. I'm good.
I get I participated in all the wars except the book and add to it better at the beginning. And it's alright if you did not attend the first battle of Islam. Why? Because no one was reprimanded for it and no one was criticized for that. Then he says, and he explains the Battle of Berlin a little bit. He says in number Hello, Joel Salatin, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on Muslim when you reduce your polish, he said and let me tell you something about the babble of brothers. That it was also known most of them had first arrived in Medina. And they wanted to intercept the caravan for polish, you know, obviously because quraish
they, they basically exiled the believers from Mecca, right, which was the healer when they left. And when the believers left the Mecca to Medina, you know what they left behind? They left behind their assets and their property and their wealth and a lot of things that belong to them. So when maybe some Allahu alayhi wa sallam when he knew that polish, had reached a chef, and now they're coming back from a sham to Makkah, he said, we're going to intercept the caravans and take them why not as oppression but because what's on the caravan is ours. You kicked us out of Morocco, we're just going to take our property for Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam leaves in Medina and with him
about 314 314 I think are 12 312 so However, he leaves
until he reaches the Battle of buttered whenever you sell alaris he did not want a war. He just wanted to take the caravans and go back. But Allah subhanho wa Taala wanted a war Leah de Allahu Imran can have a ruler and Allah subhanho wa Taala. His decision was going to go ahead what they were doing on the hayleigh that is shoka Tita Kuroneko, Allah Subhana, Allah describes the believers, he said you wished and you desired that the easy option would be the option you take, which is just take the caravans and go back to Medina without engaging in war, but a lot of soldiers wanted the war to happen. And so in the recent law, they use Alamitos also have a Madeira, just
anything you have just come out when they came out, and they sit down on cinema. We're not prepared for battle. If you at least told us we're going to fight I would have got my better sword only got a couple of arrows with me, he says doesn't matter just the way we are go. We'll also pinata them since down the aid from the sky of the angels and they came and fought with them. And that battle was over and they went back to Almudena, but not everyone joined
participated in the Battle of bundler. Why? Because when interviews are seldom left as Medina, he did not announce a war. They were just going to intercept a caravan. So since they were there, it was only obligatory on the ones that are there and those that did not join, they weren't reprimanded and they weren't criticized and they did not fall into sin. And that's what Gabriela Juan who says what am you don't know. No one was held accountable. If they did not witness it, then he said probably Allah No.
So since he told us that I did not join the book, and I missed out on but he wants to tell us about something he did that he considers better than better. So he says, Well, I could Shaheed tomorrow sorry, let alone while he was a little lady let the law cover. You know,
Islam was a hub boo LA. Habana Li Bihar Masha didn't were in Canada didn't have Godolphin se minha. He said
doesn't matter. I didn't join in. But it's alright I had something else that was better than that. And that is that I was there prison and I witnessed the Pledge of Allegiance the second one that happened in El Medina. What is br Tanaka In brief, they are de la Cava, those who join meaning these are the first people that accepted Islam and W sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was in Mecca. He used to go out for harsh Polish also used to do How about how she was every minute was Delhi fell out of that these places were known for polish. When Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam What did he used to do with polish, they used to come people from El Medina. They used to join people from
Medina would come to Mecca, they would join polish and they will do Hajj with them. When the Bissell Allahu alayhi wa sallam as the Hajj is being performed, he'd go from 10 to tend at night, and he would give power to the people and those who accepted him more than anyone else. Well, those people that came from Medina, this is how Islam spread in Medina. So they used to come the first day out on October, only 12 men and one woman was there. They shook hands, man,
except the woman of course, and they pledge their allegiance little sola mussel, Allahu alayhi wa sallam. We're going to give you the pledge of allegiance, a summer bar, and we're going to be you and your salasar Salama, Chateau de la la,
la la. And when they will go this is the first day out on October when they going back to El Medina. And the reason Allahu alayhi wa sallam sins with them, Musab urban oma Europa la No. And he was the first ambassador to Islam. He sent him so he can teach the new fresh new people the reverse these people that have just accepted Islam, he said Messiah boldly alone with them, so that he goes to Medina, and he teaches them Islam bit by bit. Then, the year after that was there to NACA number two, and that one, there was 73 men and two women that joined and they and from this was gathered numerical of the Allahu anhu. And so Gabriela Juan who he says I had the honor to witness the second
day of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and I pledged allegiance to Islam. And I would not exchange it for the Battle of battle. Even though he said the Battle of brother was more popular among the people. So he's satisfied and he's happy that he had the honor to be from among those who gave pledged
allegiance of the second one in Mecca. And he says kind of this sort of balances it out for me if I didn't go to bed or at least I did this
work and if you have any Hina tala, now he tells us the story. And he and his relationship with the Battle of the book and what happened. He says what kind of uncovered pain at the left auto Sunni leg is all alone while they do sell them if it was worth it, the book and the lahmacun Aqua wanna a salami Hinata? Hello?
Yes, hello. Listen to the honesty. He says. As for my news journey in regards to the Battle of the book, I had never been stronger and wealthier than I was when I remained behind the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the Battle of the book.
He said by Allah, one line manager motto kubla Hara Latina Taku had to have at Casa he said, Allah by Allah. I had never in my life, own two camels before until the time of the Battle of the book, getting his telling us I had no excuse. That was the this time was the time in where I was the most wealthiest. And I had two camels and I never had that before and it was very easy for me to join the battle. Capital the Allahu anhu. He's being honest.
Jani he's saying I really I didn't have an excuse to stay behind. We need to understand something honesty. the honesty of the companions of the law one has something incredible. Yeah. And he once you have a Sahabi Han vulnerably Allahu anhu. He walks in the streets and he says now
aka hombre, who did that now? He walks in the streets and he says how valid is a monastic? Right?
He says, What's wrong with you? He says, What do you mean every time we sit with our Eman is high. And when we leave him and we go to our family and mix with them, our Eman goes down. I don't want to do that today. It's just the honesty of the companions. I know.
Relax, let's go to Minnesota send them and tell him for nothing. So I send them he goes they go to him and they narrate the story team. When the Messiah salami says to him,
he had he Yeah, he says Tim Masada Hakuna Malaika to fit procom. He's a team that if your Eman was always high, the angels would have come and began to give you a Salaam on the roads. But it's not gonna happen. Your Eman will go down. It'll go up deal with it, you learn how to deal with it. But truth be honesty, a man a companion come to notice our Salah. And he says to imagine is your school of law, then Louisiana. Give me permission that I do see that? This is honestly the only thing you need to understand. What is this question? This question is a reflection of the honesty of the Sahaba robiola 104 we need to understand my brothers and sisters in Islam, that when what is honest,
when one is able to admit and acknowledge his condition, and what he feels on the inside, on the outside whatever pressures are around him, when he can be honest, then that means he's concerned about his image before a lot more than he is concerned about his image before the people and I didn't care about what people think jasola helped me and a Jani levy sinner, I want to help you out. This is my condition. I'm honest. When I saw Selim gives him a remedy, and also have a little bit of law one who walks out and he says I walked into my salon. And the most beloved thing to me was Xena. When I saw Selim, he said to him, Are you pleased with this action for your mother for your sister
for your auntie? He said no, no, no, he said and I walked out and the most disliked thing to me is asila Jani. In other words, the sincerity and the honesty in speaking and acknowledging and admitting their situation and condition. And then eventually Subhan Allah, they have this clear image before Allah subhanho wa Taala we need to be honest Kappa dometic will be alone I know is being very honestly, I was Wolfie during the time of the book. And I thought I had two candles and I never had that before. And I got no excuse at all. And then he says, For Jose, hello Sol de la hisle. Allahu Allah. He said Lamar, listen to this. He said for Halloween chedid was stuck with a
cell phone battery that one always was stuck, but I do one Cafiero. What's he doing? garbled numerical below I know now he's explaining what happened. He said, Jani. He said I was good. And I was Wolfie at the time. And he says in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he went out for this war. He went out for this war. And he fought in severe intense heat. And it was a long journey. And it was nefarious mythologies. In Arabic. It means deadly deserts, deserts that if you walk in you hope and the fools you hope that you succeed and you come out alive from the other end. Why don't one Kabira and he faced a huge army
capital the Allahu Gani when he says this, he's making the wall sound difficult. He's making the wall sound difficult. Well, the solution is that this is what people do nowadays, just like this a lot. Gabi is telling us this so you don't fall into the same problem. And he seemed because I saw it difficult. This is why I did not join because I viewed it difficult. Let's believe I was shouldn't be doing that. Though. What can Allah get up and go into law so Shannon would help you out? He would aid you just like he did the 30,000 Sahaba that went and came back and only one died for why did he make it sound very difficult for himself. How many of us do this even before they begin the worship?
I need to get up like Obu cold water come in the car come to solid maybe the battery's gonna take too long. I can't forget it was asleep and I wake up by that and I'll pray say Gabriella Juan who is telling us when you start thinking of the worship difficult it becomes difficult and it's a result and a reason for why you're not going to engage in that worship. Close your eyes Don't think about the difficulty think about that allow soil is the one who obligated upon you and no matter how difficult the situation is, isn't he with his
wish and he do feel that he cuz he had he and strive and struggle in the course of a love the way he deserves to Yani pray the way a love deserves it from you. And do the good the way a love deserves it from you for Gabriella, New Jersey. Hello, hello. Hello. I know. He's being honest with us so that we don't fall in the same problems. So he said
and it wasn't he says and it wasn't from the cause.
customary practice of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
that he exposes his intention before going to all Yani, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to go out to all one big rehab, that was a tactic. He used to say to the companions, we're going east, but really, he's going west. Why did he used to do that? Because of the Mona Honda in Medina, so that they don't leak any information out and get it to the enemy before he gets there. So he used to tell him we're going east, prepare yourself, and when they're prepared for five days later, as they all gathered and they're ready to go, he tells them we're going the other way, and they quickly leave. inlet abou except the Battle of the book *a gela Mohanlal muslimeen, he made
it very apparent. He told them look we're going to the book and he announced it before a few days Why? Because of the difficulty that's involved in this war. There is no Yanni here. We can't we can't play these tricks anymore now and we don't need to get any kind of hide things from whatever corner house we're going this way and we're going that way. The trip is long. The trip is difficult. I'm telling you from now on I'm being honest with you. Go and get ready and get really ready because we're leaving in a few days. For bada boom. Big human Levy, you read one Muslim una mano Sula. hisle, Allahu Allah, he'll send the McAfee. This is again, Gabriella Juana. He says he informed them
clearly of his destination. And then capital the Allahu anhu, he says,
and there were a large number of Muslims with forceful Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam disaster. You shouldn't be thinking like that. And know when you think he what he's telling us about his problem. One of his problems that may be informing to the sin is that he convinced himself 30,000 Muslims are needed What am I gonna do the Holocaust is enough that I can stay back. And this Yanni Subhana Allah is a disaster to think in this manner. When you think in this manner, you become lazy. You see, there's a lot of Muslims that don't need me. Mashallah, now, when we when we call for people and encourage the people to help their brothers and sisters overseas, don't ever sit down and
say all hamdulillah there's a lot of charity organizations that do this work, what difference am I going to do? Don't think like that? Well, then you have people that are working in it, our people seeking knowledge, yellow umbrella, machinery, and all this is so many people are giving down Hamdulillah, what am I going to add to this equation? Don't think like this, this is wrong. This is what destroyed God and made him fall into the sin of the Allahu anhu. understand my brothers and sisters in Islam.
That when you when you join and participate in a worship in Islam method and when you participate and join in helping the believers, when you join and participate in a Dao of Allah, even though there's a lot of people understand that you're doing it not because the DEA needs you. But because you need the dean, you're the one that needs it, for kavaratti Allahu anhu, that missed him at that moment. And this is the lesson that he's teaching us that next time, don't think about numbers. Think about that. I am in need of the dean, and not the dean is in need of me. Once you think like that, numbers become irrelevant. As many as there are people in Islam that are helping others, you
still say I need to rise to the occasion I need to help as well. And if there's a lot of people engaged in a doubt doesn't matter. And hamdulillah you add yourself to the list as well engage in something beneficial. And don't be deceived by the numbers. Gabriela one who he says what is now hunky Tebow half of he says there are a large number of Muslims that are competing. Now this is a lump. And there was not a list that accommodated or join the wrote the names and in other words, there was no roll call. back then. Jani for sovereign was, there was like a roll call. The roll would come out was this was this is easy with us. But because this one is 30,000, who's gonna go
through a roll call? So he says, layers malham kita? What have you read with elica D when there was no registry? And there was no roll call? In other words, what does that mean? It makes it even easier to stay back, then no one's gonna hold you accountable. No one even knows. No one even realizes whether you came out or you didn't. And that's another problem. He's telling us. Don't wait for people to check up on you. When you wait for people to check up on you. That's when you begin to lose and you fail. You sit down and you say, Well, I did not attend the budget for one day. People did not ask about me. Here's what I think I'm going to go there anymore.
What do you want from the people? Danny there has to be a roll call. So you can always attend and always be here. This is your relationship with a lot. So again, don't be concerned with your image with the people and how other people treat you. Maybe some people didn't have respect. It doesn't matter if people don't respect you and don't look after you and don't call you and check up on you. It doesn't give you the excuse to leave
Because if you took it as an excuse you're going to fall exactly into what Gabriella Juana felt your relationship with is with Allah. And it's not with the people on Aqaba, Ravi Allahu anhu.
He said, so he said, I'll be alone. He said, Any man who intended to be absent and did not want to join the battle of the book, he would think that the matter would remain hidden. unless Allah subhanaw taala would reveal it in the plan. And they would think And who am I that Allah would reveal who led me and expose me so it was kind of an excuse for them to kick back in Medina and not to join or Sumo solemn in the Battle of the book was out of solo lines all alone while he was
in a poverty female villain. For Ana La Jolla. Also, this word is very dangerous. Capital the Allahu anhu He says, and allows messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he fought the battle at a time when the fruit was ripen. Yeah, and if it met the dunya it came before him. The fitna and the temptations of this dunya stopped him from being Allah subhanho wa Taala and engaging in an obligation and a commandment of Allah subhanaw taala. And he said, the fruit had ripened and the shade look pleasant. Can you sit down under the tree? All your eating dates and your drinking water are set up where the people are going to the book and I'm going to see something like this. And he says for Ana La Jolla
also. Yeah, yeah, no, does that mean meaning and I had a weakness for it. I looked at it. You see, when you look too much towards the fitna, it will stop you from doing the obligations. This is why Allah subhanho wa Taala when he commanded the believers in their relationship with this worldly life, he said, What do I you know gone home to reduce de Natal, hayati dunia? Don't you dare turn your eyes away from righteousness and from the believers and from the worship. Don't you dare turn it away in pursuit of this worldly life. Yeah, and Allah subhanho wa Taala. He he forbade us from just looking at the little known following and following it after it at the just by looking at it
you're not allowed. Look what happened to capital the Allahu anhu. He just looked at the tree. Also he lay her. He looked at it, it looked nice, and it made him weak, weak, weak in front of the dunya in front of the temptations, and there's the book, Yanni, enough's would begin to play and it will begin to become doubtful. And this he's telling us this was a reason for why I sat back in Medina and I did not join Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he continues and he says, still Sahaba been prepared. No one has lifted. Fantasia has a Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a Muslim Muna ma who was perfect to do like a Atocha has a motto. He says that now, it's time, and the recent
Allahu alayhi wa sallam and the companions, they prepared for the battle. And he said, I started to go out in order to get myself ready along with him. say he'd come out and he'd look around, like companions are packing their bags, they're coming in Charlotte, either, he'd go back home, and he says what I'm afraid and I didn't do anything. And I would say to myself, and he would see an app called the Luna velyka. In our he TT himself, I'm capable of coming up very easy. Hello, just half an hour, I packed the bags, put the food on the camel, and I jump on the camera and I go straight after them and follow them. Well, so how about the alojado? Most of them don't have camels. So
they're going to be walking in there slow. I'm quicker young, even though if I left to these after them, I'll still get there in a couple of hours doesn't matter. He's convincing himself. And he's saying that. And of course
I can do it if I want.
What do we learn from this young fella? We learn something incredible, an app called doodle relic. How many people fall into this NFL? authentic? You know, the vast majority fall into this? What does it mean? Any that you see? And we say yeah, he though you say to yourself even and I can memorize the business. I can start praying solid the Sunday before and after the prayers. I can start fasting Mondays and Thursdays it's not I can do it.
No, this is what destroyed him. This is what made him fall into the shin. When he just kept saying I can do it. I can do it. The next day would come and he does nothing. He goes back home. And anyway he since he he's honest. He's honest, he's not among them.
But he just keeps delaying it tomorrow harden. Tomorrow Tomorrow Never came for him. Every day he deleted every day he delayed and eventually he felt what we understand from this is that the believer when you make a decision act upon it as soon as you can, as soon as you can. Otherwise, a cheban would begin to drag it and delay you bit by bit and move on when they end up in jahannam.
They look at the believers
And they say, why we agenda save us? They say to them save us. So the would have gone they would say to the believers, and I'm the kumarakom. Didn't we used to be with you? Did we used to pray in the same budget and worship the same God and be the same prophet alumna. kumarakom. So the believers would say to them,
of course you are with us. When I came back home to the difference between the Muslim woman effort when I connect them to man full circle, he people put yourself in a fitna what our boss told me, this is the word torah, Boston, yeah. And he kept delaying our boss to means tomorrow, or tomorrow, or tomorrow, I'll do this. And I'm able to weather here whenever I want. Tomorrow, I'll get ready. I'm able to grow my beard whenever I want. I'm not sure. After I get married, I'll host become righteous and I'll become steadfast upon the dean on what tomorrow tomorrow. And this is how they ended up in janam. Water or Boston, or top tomato manhyia to dounia.
Bella Hello. So we need to understand Gabriella Juan, who he's not exposing you sin. He's teaching us these are the reasons for why I fell. Don't you dare do this after me. This is what he's teaching us all the alojado. So he says I kept delaying every now and then. And the people were ready and they gathered themselves and they prepared for the for the journey. And he says in the morning following the departure, hello Sahaba shall have now left. They're not in Medina anymore on the way to the book. And he says, the morning following the departure. I went out and I said I'll be ready. And I'll go and I come back three times. He'd go out. And he'd come back and he hasn't prepared
anything. And he says I'll be Allahu anhu
Fela Mears and velyka Tama Debbie had a solo waterfowl open he says, and this was the case until they all hurried away. They were all gone. And I missed the battle completely lost I had no more desire and I didn't look forward to leaving out anymore and I just stayed. And he said even though I had intended to depart and catch them up, and he says what a tiny file and I wish I did it. He says even though my enough's it told me leave. And he says Layton, he filed truth, his his, his wishing I wish I left who was a believer? Yeah. And he said, Pamela, you need to learn not to fall into this mistake. Today. Today, you can say today you can say I wish but later on, it's not accepted that you
say I wish I did this and this, like the disbelievers would say on the day of yellow you turn it off tomorrow was really severe. I wish I had followed the messenger on that day. I wish doesn't work. But now you can still make up for this. I wish for now all of the Allahu anhu God is going to tell us the consequence of the sin. Now he's fallen into the sin. He didn't leave. He's in Medina and he begins to speak about the consequences of the sin. Well this is true. This is what you will experience after any sin. He says lovely Allahu anhu
for perfect to either harsh to finance Shiva horiuchi Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
zero need an orderly SWAT an illogical and Maha Busan Allah He finished our Rashida Nima, man Allah subhana wa tada Mina buff, he says, and I felt depressed. And I felt worried. And I felt sad. I would walk in the streets of Medina, and I'd only see him on efic. And I'd see someone that lost his arm, or someone that lost his leg, someone that has an excuse, or an old man that can barely walk. And that's enough for what am I doing among these people?
who's not here?
who's gone off, man, he's gone. A Sahaba Oh, god, what am I doing among these people?
at DEF CON remain back in in Medina. And he began to feel the consequences in the pain of the sin. What am I doing among these people consequence, you will be depressed, sad, worried after the sin. And that remained his entire time you have
to get to the book one month. He said there 25 days and the comeback is another month, almost 80 days altogether. And that's what he's going to feel and it's just going to get worse. When there is arcilla when he comes back, it's going to get worse and worse. until Allah subhanaw taala sends down a relief.
He says when we have good Middle School Alliance on the lohani he'll send them home bouken he said and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not ask about me until he reached the book. Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he reached the book Finally, and the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu they set out the tents so now they camping outside in the book. We saw Selim, he said among his companions, 30,000 of them and then he said, Now fire like ah boo boo Malik. What did God do? Where he scarab shops have had a lot of isasa
Among 30,000 companions, he's asking about one Gabriella 101 This is the moment the meaning of how to use when aleikum wa salam is concerned for you looks after your affairs. But he's asking various gobbly Allahu anhu. Now copses and a man from buddy Salama got up, who's this man? God didn't want to expose him. He did not say his name. He said, a man from the tribe of cinema. Why? Because what this man is about to say is something really hurtful towards God. But God does want to expose his name. So he just said a man from Benny selam. What did he say?
When asked, where's this man got up and he says, Hello, Salalah? How birsa who Buddha or number three, you're sort of low. The only thing that held him back in Medina, was his two garments. I can a silky garment, not silky garments, but the only really expensive garments that he had one novel fear of failure, and looking at his shoulders, you know, what does that mean? And you know, when one looks at his shoulder like that, it's a look of pride and arrogance. In other words, this man from belly selama, he said,
the only reason why God is behind is because of his pride and his arrogance. He doesn't want to follow us and he doesn't want to be with us. For karma more, I have a blue shovel.
And he said, Ben somehow,
ya know, SLM, he gets up defending his brother. And he says to him, what a horrible thing that he said. And he said, One law Hello, Sula. malim, nanhu illa. Allah, Allah, we don't know of God, except the very best. Show Subhan Allah, here we learn to defend your brother. We need to understand as well, to go easy on people that go through a phase of Louis man, then he was sometimes we're a bit harsh with each other, we find that a brother used to pray with us. And then all of a sudden he's away for a week or two. So then when we see him or when we join among each other, we begin to speak about him. And look what happened to him brother, he lost. He's lost the track lady brother,
and we start speaking about him and what he's already taught. And we really enjoy him even more. And Yama doesn't matter. Just talk about him and let's speak. Hello, Danny. Sadly, a lot one was teaching us Don't let the show upon do this. They know when you begin to speak about your brother, as he's experiencing aloof, aloof, he's in the mat. What does it doesn't mean that you're better than him? Can you guarantee that you are better than him? So why are you speaking about him like this? If you find yourself doing good, you don't tear into someone that is doing that you go easy, a chiffon he comes and he begins to tell you speak about him in this manner speak about him in that
manner. In nutshell Barney and Jehovah you know, sufian. So, meaning that the shape on is the one that wants to create this animosity and enmity between the believers we and Zoho is a present tense continual he always does that. will also Panda hautala. What advice does he give the believers? The past before this? He says, what will lay the old lady here son? Speak that which is good that your brother's speak that which is your old present tense, in other words, continuously speak good about them? Whether they're in a low phase of email, whether they're in high event, it doesn't matter, facade, Evan? Jabberwocky? Allahu anhu he teaches us defend your brother, even in the times when his
email is low. And then Gabriella when we said for cerca de la Sol la sala kind of a commotion, it happened before when we saw Selim remained silent. He did not say anything. Why? Let me say someone doesn't know the reality Really? Where is God? Is he really any as my overall the only thing? Or is he really as this man from Benny Salah is saying, sure of the wisdom of Rasulullah saw Salaam that he would never rush in judgment until he knows the two sides of the stories. And then you learn it from loss of loss alone. Forget he remained silent and that's exactly what you're supposed to do. When you haven't heard from the other side. Why is there like this in this gathering? And everyone
Is Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam ala rasulillah bmobile, Bani azubi hisab all of a sudden they look towards the horizon and they see a man wearing white and he's waving you know like the Mirage when you see far in the desert because of the extreme heat how whatever you see there it's like a kind of a wave effect. They saw a man wearing white and he this wavy effect in other words is far away. Whenever you sell alone while you are selling them, he looks at him. And he says good Nava sama. May it be
let it be a summer
a wild goes by then who is very far away he's walking for either who Abu hanifa Martin Ansari, well who are living at the South Dakota Sarita Marin hain Allah Maha Mudra. All of a sudden after a few hours, it was
Haytham Arabella one who arrives but he arrived late and he's the one who gave the sadhaka of two kilos of data to NaVi some Lavalle herself. Now it will be the let's understand something here. Why did gobble up the Allahu anhu decide to tell us this is his story. Why did he tell us about a boy family a lot one because I will high summer is the exact same situation as garbled numerical, they are low on the exact same. They both stayed back. They both were tempted by the by the dates and by the goodness and, and and the fitna. That was in Medina at the time, they both were tempted. But Abu Dhabi Allahu anhu. He stayed back 10 days. And on the 11th day literally on the 11th day.
He was still busy roaming the streets of Medina, St. himself tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow. Gabriela Juana kept saying tomorrow, on the 11th day, tomorrow, the Allahu anhu. He got to his house. And something clicked into his mind.
And he saw who he was married to two wives.
And the houses were right next to each other. This is the the rewired soul and body.
And this wife is cooking a hot meal. This one is cooking a hot meal. And there is the smell of the food, the smell of the food from him. And this one is telling him come in. And this one is telling him Come and eat. And he sits there and something needs to him. And he says he reflects about what I saw last I said Lem is going through and he says Anna hoonah will sue the law he will have one law he lay upon, he said I'm here with me some Allahu alayhi wa sallam is under the scorching heat, when law will not enter and he stood outside. And he said to them, Go get me my sword. He said to go inside and get me my sword. Come drink, a sip of water, nothing, nothing at all. Bring me my sword
and I'm leaving now. For they came they gave him a sword. And he got on to his ride. And he flew to the ballclub the Allahu anhu. And in the recent Allahu alayhi wa sallam, Yanni he sees him, and he knew it was him. Now the question is, how did the Navy SEAL Allahu alayhi wa sallam? No, it was about hyphema that the Navy sallallahu alayhi. wasallam knows that there are certain people that when Islam needs them, they're always there. impossible for them to remain behind, while I follow the law and was from among them, even this day, until this day, we have the same thing. There are some times when we have events, and we need volunteers, one law, there are brothers, that they will
be there whether you told them come in Well, whatever excuse they have there always be there, as there are people like this, no matter what the situation is. When they require they they they always say, oh boy who had that kind of relationship with
him? And he said.
Now the other thing is, how did Abu hyphema make it all on his own? But Didn't we say that this path, anyone that took it on his own would die? And he would not survive? How did you make it? We need to understand my brothers and sisters in Islam, that when you leave for the sake of Allah, and you rush to Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala will aid you and He will help you and you will reach them no matter what the situation is. And this is a
no The only explanation is that Allah subhanho wa Taala gave him special help. And he got to know vsam Allahu alayhi wa sallam, we learn in the story of who God wants to tell us this he wants to let us know available hyphema Why? Because God wants to teach us that doesn't matter if you're late. Get up and continue. Doesn't matter. Any getting up even if you're late is better than just avoiding it altogether. Right?
If it's if it's sunrise, for example, sunrise, how's the sun rose? Doesn't matter get up even if you're late suddenly get up doesn't matter. None no last
time when we wake up, why? Why do it as soon as possible? Yeah, getting up and performing the worship late is better than you leaving an altogether muscle and you look at your watch and your own or a coma in the masjid is nine o'clock. It's nine o'clock now. Hello. I missed it. Get to the masjid late. It'll be better than staying at home and praying. When maybe someone learned why didn't you send them in that regard teaches us this. Yeah, and for example, in a hadith of Esau salami says mantova book for halal Masjid, for sure the NASA
o tm is no jury. There is some Allahu alayhi wa sallam he says whoever makes and leaves and goes to the budget and realizes everyone's finished. The people are gone. There's only a couple of people praying because they're late. Whether you came late as well, and you prayed, you're given the exact same reward as though you prayed with them in Japan.
Now why would you now if you came late? Doesn't matter. It's not an excuse.
Gabriela Han who wants to tell us about our hyphema to teach us that you get up and your lead is better than you just getting up and falling back to sleep and just forgetting about the whole thing altogether. Yeah, and he had a lovely Aloha. Tada uncap
so then capital the Allahu anhu He says, Phantom Abba lacanian Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a Patricia Papillon mentor book. How about Ronnie? How about Ronnie Buffy for perfect? Girl Kathy, what do you mean? Sahaba he had a
now the book is over. There was no
mini Nakita know what happened. But this one salami says in the Hadith, Mazel Tov will be mercy Latasha nahi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from among his special qualities that a lot of Xhosa live gave him five special things. One of them was he gave him victory. The fact that he put fear into the heart of the enemy. And that referred to the Battle of the book, when enemies are seldom left and the Romans knew that he's coming. They shivered and they got scared and they all ran away. No one dared to fight or salasar salam. Salam spent a few days camped in the rock, nothing happened. War is over corner over hamdulillah and they packed up and now they're coming back to Medina.
wakatobi. Allahu anhu says when I was informed, now the news reaches because there are people that would go ahead before the disaster. He says when I received the news that Nebojsa Salaam is packed up, and he is coming towards el Medina. I began to shake, hella, he's really worried. And he said, perfect part of the courage gave him I began to think of lies. How am I going to make an excuse little salasar send them to explain myself. Well, aku Bhima Zhu min Sahaja How am I going to avoid his anger tomorrow? What am I going to make up? So he says I began to go to wise members of my family. And I'd asked him listen, let me saw Santa was coming in a few days. What should I say to
you? I'm like, give me something. He'd go to the wise family members. Give me an excuse. What shall I say theme song Allahu alayhi wa sallam. Some would say telling you what with the orphans, you are taking care of him telling you with your family they were seeking out to bury someone that died and just make up anything. Also you can so that he's not angry with you. And this is the second consequence of sin. More depression. You see this? You're now in a state of confusion. You can't even collect your mind on something that is true now.
Just say hello, Gabriella Juana will be alone. He's telling us everything even what he's feeling on the inside. And the lies that he was about to tell he's even telling us about that. For them Nikita de la la la la la la. He was alum of unlocker demon, Zaha Hadid Neil Belbin had to anneal and Angela minuti in other than moto southco let me just explain this.
So, Hannah law now this is the third one of the shocks that Gabriella why new experiences and the recent levada your son Lem is coming, who the image of a Sahaba they are arriving in the 1000s Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allahu
Sahaba why the blue shovel? They're all coming. You know, their hair is disheveled. They're all dusty. The clover rip on the heartbeat of these people.
begins to shake me. Now I'm supposed to be with them. Look around, look at the situation that I'm in. So he said as soon as I saw that, I feed and I ordered that image faza Moto, moto cipco
this idea of lying and making up excuses, it was removed, I removed it completely from my system. And I said I'm only going to speak the truth and nothing but the truth of the Allahu anhu. So in other words, what are we learning? Cabo the Allahu anhu is teaching us cut off the doubts in your life. Cut off, cut off the dishonesty in your life. Then why do we live lives of doubt most of us live lives and without fully in our lives. Yeah, Annie, should I start reading Quran today or tomorrow? Should I leave the beat to start going now? Or holla? later? Should I make the decision of wearing the hijab now or later? Should I quit smoking now or later? When we start full? He's telling
us all the Allahu anhu cut that from your life. Be honest, furnish mazzucco house, I was honest with myself, and I said I will speak the truth and only the truth. Don't live a life that's on the edge. You make it difficult for yourself and you'll struggle. It never you're supposed to always be honest with yourself and make excuses. The story is all about the honesty of God but all the Allahu anhu so he says lovely I love
it was now the morning when the vehcile Allahu alayhi wa sallam he approaches and he arrives to Medina. By the morning there on the outskirts. That's it house. He's made easy
intention he'll speak the truth. And he said and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam entered and Medina What can I either Kadima mean suffering better or bill Merci de fora caffi hirakata uniphyl Mashallah Salinas. And the first thing that also most are seldom used to do after coming back from travel, he would go straight to the masjid and pray to Allah God. Why did he do that? Linda nerissa salam is teaching us the importance of a Masjid in the life of a believer. He didn't even go to his family setup iguala it's been 80 days and we haven't seen yet. last budget is more important than your family. After a long travel, he would come to the masjid to look at, and then he would sit
down, and he would sit down to the people and after that, he will go to his family and and do the business that he's supposed to do. Some Allahu alayhi wa sallam. This is the meaning of when he said
to me, that the happiness and the coolness and the delight of my eye was in a solid itself. This is what it means that he preferred it over his own family, even though he hasn't seen them for a very long time. So learn how to use them. So he said, and now he's going to sit to the people. And now what's going to happen 80 of them
are in the masjid. They were looking at loss loss or selling premiums to look at Gabriela Juan, who's there as well. They're waiting for him to finish and sit back on the wall. And each and every single person must sit in front of them and explain himself. Why didn't you come out to the book? Okabe alone Whose turn is about to come? Shall not either next week, we're going to speak about what the Buddha said. And then when it was God's time, what did he say? And did he have this doubt once again to lie or didn't have and what happened after it? And how did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the entire community of Medina deal with him? We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to make us
benefit from that which we heard. We ask him Subhana Allah to make us people of color and people of the same level salasar Selim in the whole idea of ethical fatherly or something along with Solomon Vela God and if you know how much he or sabi as many