This is THE best way to deal with ANY sin

Abu Bakr Zoud


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The speaker discusses the concept of sin and how it can lead to a sinful experience. They also mention a specific point about the heart and the body, as well as a point about the body's actions. The speaker emphasizes the importance of seeing and dealership with the situation.

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And the result Allahu alayhi wa sallam was asked by, above or below one who

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came to me said the old sin el Rasul Allah oseni. Give me advice. This could be skewed from time to time to go to people that are more learned than you and ask them for advice. for newbies sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said to him, the army

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has an advantage. That if you were to intentionally commit a sin, or milta is different to falter. AMITA means to intentionally commit a sin, Satan can win on certain meaning anything and nucky a lot of you don't know anything. Major c minus m, you name it, as long as it's a sin. If you did, intentionally you committed any sin. What do you do? He said to him, or her.

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Immediately, following followed up with a good deed, any kind of good deed, follow it up. Don't sit there and say this is not the right time to ask Allah for forgiveness. There is no such thing as a bad inappropriate time to make Vicar of Allah and to seek forgiveness of Allah. Even if you're halfway in your sin, there's no such thing. And if you're in halfway of your sin, you don't sell this is a bad time to make liquid and you still fall. Let me wait until I finish my sin. And then I ask Allah for forgiveness, and this is wrong, Who gave you this understanding?

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But when you are committing the sin, that is when you need the koala say can get you away from this desire from this temptation? Because nothing would because at the moment the heart is dead. And nothing would revive the heart other than the Chroma.

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So without further Hasina immediately, immediately following up with a good deed, any kind of good do anything, anything? What's the result?

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it wipes it away. Then Abu Dhabi Allahu Allahu Allahu Allah. He asked a very important question. He said to me, Osama.

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He said the aminul has an Atty. La ilaha illAllah.

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is from among the hacer net, saying La ilaha illa Allah

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it's a big question.

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When the recent Allahu alayhi wa sallam answered him,

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but the answer is, is huge. It's incredible. He said to him, he off balloon has an ad.

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It is the best of the good deeds. Nothing is better than La ilaha illa Allah, nothing.

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You know why? Because the best, the best and the best of the good deeds is the obligations, the most beloved deeds to Allah of the obligations. And on top of the list of the obligations is a towhead which is not a llama. So as a result, it was the best of Hassan and my brother in Islam. This This means when you do a sin sailor after it.

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There's a special effect with La la la la. When you combine it with sins, it dissolves the sins dissolves them later. A llama is like a sharp knife that cuts anything besides a lot in the heart. Because when someone commits a sin, it's a desire. It's a temptation in the heart that pushed him towards the sin. There's something in the heart other than Allah that pushed you to the sin. Because Allah azza wa jal in the La La Monroeville fascia

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in the la ley, Monroeville fascia. Allah Xhosa doesn't command people to commit sins. Allah doesn't command us to do that. So if you commit a sin, you follow it someone else follows

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you on on social media, a lotta boo shavon and

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Benny Adam and letaba to show Bob Dylan I told you Oh man, do not follow the shavon so you babe You follow something?

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And then you need to cut that out of your heart. How do you do that with La la la la, la la la la la can only come from the heart. And then other than the tongue, y la la, la they said La Ilaha Illa ma yo fear the letters of La ilaha illAllah all internal letters. This is Johnny symbolic and it implies the fact that it is supposed to come out in a job. It comes out internally from inside from the heart. And then it's added on the tongue. And you say La la la la after a sin en la heat as though you pour pour ice on something that is hot because since they have heat to

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announced on Saturday.

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Who and when and Elisa Lam described since he compared them to fire someone burning. You know if we put petrol and burn someone what happens? He runs left and right. The only thing is just turn me off right now.

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Or if not just let me die from my misery. That's how things are.

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But in the spiritual world, they're like this. We need to see them like this and deal with them like that.