Why do we say “La Hawla Wala Quwata Illa Billah” during the Athan

Abu Bakr Zoud


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You know, in the in the event when the the caller makes the ER then we're supposed to repeat after the event what he says. He says Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar. What are we supposed to say? Allah glottolog. When does it change?

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when the modeling says Haryana Sala, which means come to Sala, the Muslim is calling all of us, he's saying come to Sala, Haryana and further come to success. Come

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on it success. What are we supposed to say? We don't say

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he's calling us to solid we don't say

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we say La hawla wala quwata illa villa. You know why? I tell you I let hola means I have no ability. I have no will.

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It's as though you're saying he's telling you come to solid. And you're saying that I have no ability to come to solder.

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I have no way to come to solder.

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And I have no strength and no ability to come to solid whatsoever in labeler except if a law has to give me permission. And you repeat this again when he says hi, Yan and Farah is an entirely new sailor Hola, La quwata illa Billah. You're acknowledging your weakness. The Athene is calling you to come to salette and you're you are told by Vishal Allahu alayhi wa sallam to say, Tell him No way. There is no way for me to come to Sadat. And there is no strength for me to come to solid elab lay except if Allah was to give me the strength and ability to worship Him. subhanho wa Taala even the word La hawla wala quwata illa. Allah is the Greatest Vicar you're going to say when you're seeking

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laws help to continue in your worship and to defeat laziness.