Will Your Thikr Be More Than Your General Words

Abu Bakr Zoud

Channel: Abu Bakr Zoud

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My brother is in Islam and has an anniversary along with the IRA. He said, isn't what embarrassed to meet Allah subhanho wa Taala on the Day of Judgment, when his record in his book is open before his own eyes, and he finds that his general talk and his general words were more than the vicar of Allah subhanho wa Taala in his life, isn't one embarrassed from this reality, that this Allah azza wa jal has given you a tongue and has given you an intellect and he has given you the ability to make Vicar of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And you still weren't able to fill the pages with the vicar of Allah Xhosa and make it more than your general talk. That he there is a study or research that confirms

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approximately a person speaks about 15,000 words a day, and in a lifetime generally approximately, speaks 830 million words. And the hustle and bustle of Rahim Allah, he's telling us, make sure that when you stand before Allah subhanaw taala that your Vicar Subhan Allah when hombre de la la la la la la, la walkabout. When I hold our food, a levy law, and the words of Vicar make sure they are more than the general words that you've spoken with center for a hammer home alone. They used to meet each other, and they used to ask each other questions. But then how have you been? How's your parents? How's your brother's? How's your studies? How's your work? They used to ask each other

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question, for what reason? Only for the reason so that they can hear the word and hum do they learn from each other? That's all so they used to remember and remind each other of the Quran Allah subhanahu wa tada through general questions they used to ask themselves