Enduring Tribulations – Lessons From Surat al-Kahf

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Ali Albarghouthi

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Episode Notes

The chapter titled al-Kahf (the Cave) in the Quran tells interesting four stories that have much to teach us about the trials and tribulations of this world. This khutbah explores these stories to try to learn from them the kinds of tests we will face in this world and the way we can overcome them.

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In 100 in Nevada who want to stay in who wants to win over the winner Haman, Sheree and fusina was the TMR Nina? Maria de la Vela Medina, a woman named Fela hi Deanna was shadow Allah either in the law why the hula Sheree Kala Mohammed Abu water sudo sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallam

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in the higher and

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higher on howdy howdy Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or Chateau la Marina de to Hakuna Matata Hakuna Matata Hakuna gonadotrophin all praise and thanks we along to Allah the Most High we thank him and as for his age and his forgiveness, and we seek His refuge from the evil of ourselves in the sense that we commit. Indeed whomsoever Allah guides no one can lead astray, and whomsoever Allah leads astray, no one can guide and a bear witness that there is no one worthy of worship except Allah alone, and that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is his slave and messenger. Indeed the best of speech is the book of Allah. The best of guidance is the guidance of Mohammed sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam, and the worst of religious matters are those that are innovated and every religious innovation is a bit everybody is misguidance and every misguidance will be in hellfire.

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One of the special surahs in the Quran, is to erotica.

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And we understand its special position in the Quran because of the Hadith that come

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indicating its virtue, the virtue of its repetition, the virtue of remembrance of summit, which is

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so for instance, the messengers will allow us to send them says in the authentic hadith

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mancora surah can feel Majumdar Allahumma, Vina Juma it

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is inaho Ravalomanana who have been elevated it.

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He said that the one who reads surah Taka on the day of Friday will have a shining light between that Friday on the coming Friday.

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And in another Hadith, it says he will have a shining light between him and the ancient house meaning the house in Mecca the Kaaba.

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And that light could be either a light on the day of judgment as another Hadith indicates, meaning that on the Day of Judgment, when there is no light, it's going to be dark, especially as people are progressing towards us the rods, the bridge that separates between Hellfire and heaven, they will have no lights with them except the light of their amen and the virtuous life that they've lived. So surah two will provide such light, the magnitude of the magnitude of which the Prophet sallallahu wasallam described, it's as if it is between the two fighters will fill what is between the two fighters, it will fill the space between him and Mecca.

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But we can also think of that light as a light provided for us in this life.

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And here there is something interesting about these two hobbies because one is connected to space and one is connected to time.

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In one, it says that between you and the house in Mecca, the first house that was built for Allah subhanho wa Taala, the house, the spot that received the message of Islam, they will be like between you and it's wherever you are.

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So there's an anchor, and we understand light to mean what light is a light of guidance, a protection from mistakes and error. It's a light of mercy. It's a light for clarity.

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So there is real light between you and that spatial anchor, that physical anchor that connects you always to where Islam started and more the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala started in that house.

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So this is your physical anchor.

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But there is also a temporal anchor related to time, which is that when you are on a Friday, and Friday is your anchor, this is your harbor. And as you move from this Harbor, or this anchor to the next one, the next Friday, this is the time where you will get charged. This is the time where you will get blessed you will be answered and you get ready to face the rest of the week. So to be ready to face the rest of the week, Allah when you read surah the gap provides you with light. So as you are moving throughout your week, from one hour to the other, from one day to the other, or as you're moving from one space to the other, you will have light with you.

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And this slide as we said is what is protection. It's guidance. It's clarity from Allah subhana wa Tada. Its direction

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that will clarify the other heads about the future of solar two.

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Man happy Russia is

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the one who memorizes the first 10 verses from solar to get the first 10 from solar will be protected from the tecnova. In another Hadith it says from an African woman come down who will get to meet at the jail from among you for the Corolla he has already got let him recite in front of the imposter in front of that that gel, who claimed to be a lot let him recite in front of him the opening area to sort of the gap. And that will mean this is a protection for the person.

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If the job is the greatest fitna that humanity is going to encounter we understand that that there is a special relationship between security

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and protection from fitness. Whether it is his greatest fitness or fitness,

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or other minor fitness as well, that there is instructions in it that there are lessons in it that there is guidance in it that will protect safeguard and guide people as they are moving and encountering fitness after fitness. And it provides

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each believable understands it each woman who contemplates its lessons, your pain and assurance and Sakina tranquility.

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And it's a much more tumultuous role that we live in today. Sakina is needed.

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Once a companion of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was reading solar to death. This is he

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and his horse was beside him tied down.

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And as he was reading solar to get to the hub, a cloud covered him.

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And he continued to read and it says for Java to add new add new and the cloud came closer and closer. And the horse right next to him became restless.

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So he went the next day until the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This is what happened when I was reading saltiga and he said Tikka Sakina to tanizaki Quran, this is tranquility This is Sakina descended because of the Quran,

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the angels of Allah subhanho wa Taala descent when you read the Quran in general, but part of the virtues of surah. The gap is that Sakina and the angels of Allah descent when it is red.

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So what we want to take from Surah three for today

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is ideas, guidelines, and how do we encounter the fitness that seem to be all around us. And we do indeed lived in an age of fitness and many victims. There is ultimately the general fitness that everybody is affected by everybody encounters. It does not leave a door except that it knocks it and it enters every house. And we all talk about it. We all feel it. So there is this general fitna and as soon as we're done with one and next one comes and as soon as we're done with the next one, then another one comes

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and we have the more localized

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fitness or fitness in a country, a fitness city or a fitness community. And we have also the personal fitness to Roger Lee O'Malley he,

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the fitness that you encounter in your family and your money and yourself that personal fitness no one knows about except you. That is also a fitna. So how do we encounter all of these fitness? What is sort of the gap teach us about some of these things?

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And you notice

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that there are four main stories and our objective in this hook by inshallah is to take an overview of these stories to see what did they teach us about fitna and how to encounter them and how to go through them. four main stories and sort of the graph.

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And the first story is the story of the young men who had to flee with their Eamon and their religion and their toe hate and the face of persecution, of threats of death,

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that they are encountered or going to encounter death unless they fled and sought refuge in the cave. And that is a type of fitna

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that we may encounter and we see Muslims encountering today, under threat, because you have the domain of Allah subhanho wa Taala because you c'est la ilaha illa Allah and you proclaim this message, and you want to live that message. You can intimidate it, you get threatened, why you driven out of your home, and that happens in some places around the world. You've seen it just because people are saying that, you know, Illallah Muhammadan rasul Allah and these young men, because they recognize that the most important thing in their life was that they said from an unknown woman minister, Allah kariba, who is or has a greater crime, than one two invents a lie

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against Allah subhana wa Taala by worshipping someone with Allah. Now, we may not recognize that this is the greatest crime, but this is really the greatest crime. Why is that the greatest crime because this is the why Allah subhanho wa Taala had created you. This is why Allah had created this entire earth and this universe so that he would be worshipped. So when we violate that prime objective, it means that we violated the most important thing in this life.

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Other things are important, but that is the most important thing in their life. And because they recognized it, they left the comfort of their homes, and their families, their professions, whatever pleasures that they had, whatever stability that they had, and they went and sought refuge in a cave

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in a cave, and what comfort does that cave provide? What stability does a cave provide? What

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what connections what social connection does this cave provide? Almost nothing.

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But because they start

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to escape to Allah subhanho wa Taala from the evil that their people were doing a lot of replace them and gave them something that was far greater than what they left behind.

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inshallah cuckoo Muhammad, Allah come in America, Morocco, they didn't find that comfort in their city. They didn't find that trauma in their city, and you wouldn't expect to find it in a cave. But Allah gave them that trauma in the cave so that when they entered a lot made them sleep, they were filled with terror, they were terrified in the sake of Allah subhana wa tada Allah calm them down. But love them, go, go go, I'd love them by letting them go to sleep, a lot comforted them, and he gave them a space that was secure, so that even if a person wanted to go in and he looked at them, he himself would be filled with terror, it was reversed. And that was the protection of Allah

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subhanho wa Taala. And so in our life, we may not be like them. But at points in our life, we might find that we are scared about our livelihood, scared about our Islam. If I do this, they will take that from me. If I say this, they will punish me in a direct or an indirect way.

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What should I do? That is a type of signal.

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That is a choice that we have.

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What do we be like them and we flee to Allah subhana wa tada and believe that Allah will give us our own cave,

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our own rahima our own comfort, and he will elevate us and protect us from our enemy. Either we do that.

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Or we decide that our refuge is in the city.

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in that city that does not worship Allah subhana wa Tada. And they knew that if they stayed there, they faced one of two consequences. There were one of two choices.

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You're

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letting him either they will force you to go back to their religion or either they will kill you

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So if we believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala and we have Eman in him and reliance upon Him, we will always believe, figuratively that there is always a cave, where Allah subhana wa Taala will give us his Rama and his comfort and his protection. And instead of them being obscure young men who had lived and died, Allah subhanho wa Taala immortalized them in the Quran. immortalize that sacrifice. So every time that we read about their story, and we learn from that they gain rewards for it, um, a lot of reads them as a model. So you leave something for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala, believing that what he has is greater than what you leave Allah subhana wa tada will elevate you and

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bless you. So that is one type of fitna that we encounter. And some of us might be encountering today at this moment.

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There is also another type of fitna that the other story teaches about, which is the story of the person who had two gardens.

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And this is an example of someone

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who had

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the bounties in this dunya thrown at him.

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Imagine having to gardens. And it's difficult to imagine it but imagine having such wealth, such property,

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such family and relatives and try

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that he looked at it. And it was so impressed and so engulfed by its love that it blinded him. So he started doubting that there is a day of judgment, called a Mel wouldn't want to be too happy about that. You'd have to imagine yourself standing in front of something that is so great and so grand. And your heart is so attached to it, really attached to it. Then you look at it and you say How could this ever go away? How could this ever perish? How could this ever pass? This will never go away?

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Well, now I want to say Atacama I don't think that any of judgment is ever going to take place.

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And if on the off chance that it's going to happen, Allah will honor me because this is an indication of Allah's love for me that he had given me so much that is a fitna, a fitna for the person who had been given so much. And the fitness for the person who has not been given the other woman who was listening to all of this.

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He was listening to another person who was telling him I'm better than you. Because I'm richer than you. And you're below me. And I'm better than you because I have more people around me and you're below me. And Allah loves me more than you and there is no Day of Judgment. And this is never again, never gonna go away. It's a fitna for the two.

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And this is the thickness of a shadow at the fitness, the pleasures of this life, the thickness of being so attracted to it, that it overtakes your heart and you become blind because of it.

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And this is a brothers and sisters, this is an intense retina. This is not an easy fitna, this is an intense retina Xueyan, Alina Sabu chahatein and Lisa, you will win in either these, these fitness these these shower and pleasures have been beautiful, made beautiful in our eyes.

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And sometimes, right, we might think that it is just easy and pleasurable just to go along with it, especially in a world today that is not designed around religion. So there was a time and a place where religion was primary. You would live in a village you will live in a city you will live in a country where religion was the thing that organized the life around you. Even if people deviated a little bit here a little bit there, they still understood that religion was the most important thing, and it organized society. Now religion is not something that organizes society, it's the economy, it's money, whatever makes money is valuable. Whatever does not make money is not valuable

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anymore. Religion is in the corner. So when you want to go outside in a world that is not organized by religion, and you want to live a principled life, I want to even see a religious life or even a principled life. One that is built on justice, on equity and protecting the rights of others on protecting the weak. If you don't want to just live a principled life you will see that you're running and swimming against the current. It's a struggle. Add to that principle live that you want to live a life that is dedicated to Allah subhana wa tada and you become like an alien, a stranger. You have to live by a different code, dress a little bit differently a little bit differently, your

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time is arranged differently and that puts some pressure on you.

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And as sometimes might be tempting to say these restrictions are difficult, I want to put them aside, put the religion in the corner bring it up or bring it out at a particular time of the day only. Bring it out at a particular time of the day only on special days. of the

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Only but then put it back in that corner and then forget about it.

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But that is very dangerous.

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Why is that dangerous? Because as what happened to that man, or what happened to that man, it wasn't only attracted to the world, but it started corrupting his belief.

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Melvin wants to be the hero, but there is no Day of Judgment, and these Shahada what they do, what they do is that because we would be so attracted, so attached to them, we will start reinterpreting the religion of Allah subhanho wa Taala, in belief and in practice, so that the shower could be accommodated in them. That is why you find a lot of us sometimes arguing this should be halal, and it's clearly Haram in the Quran. Clearly Haram in this. Why do they argue that it is 100 it's not intellectual. It's not because there is no evidence, there is clear evidence Why? Because they love them. And they want it to be hella, or I want that thing to be heard on. So we'll be moved really by

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our emotions and love for this dunya. So it corrupts our belief. And the medicine for that

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is first of all cardiaca for the ability

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to remember our origins and the origin of this life, that nothing that we are attached to of this life will ever continue and persist beyond a designated time when Elijah aluna Alia and Judah, look at everything that impresses you in this life, everything and everyone that impresses you on this in this life, it was a specific time that will come where everything on this life will be made flat, this earth will be flat and barren, nothing attractive on it flat

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and barren, no plant life. Nothing is so attractive about it. That is the earth that is its reality. That is its end.

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And the other medicine for that type of fitna is to know that when we are so attached to this thing, Allah subhana wa Taala might take it away from us and it's actually part of Allah's mercy. If this happens to us. First of all, you can even

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be a hoarder. He says, After his gardens were destroyed,

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he became so filled with sorrow. And he said, I wish that I did not associate partners with Allah subhanho wa Taala was merciful, that he had destroyed his garden for him. If he had blocked him in that state that he was in, he might have died as a Catholic.

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So that thing that we are attached to that shanwa that we are attached to no matter how intense it is,

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no matter how, no matter how rooted, it is in our life in our hearts, let us understand that it can corrupt our religion,

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our belief in Allah subhanho wa Taala in our relationship with him, and it can destroy us. So this is another very important type of thickness, the thickness of Shahada and sort of the guts talks about it upon the holy Hallo stuff a lot he will accomplish that

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hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah hamdu Lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah he I'm about

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to move into the third story and this is just a general just barely touches upon the benefits and sort of the gap. But when we move to the third story in sort of that gap, it does teach us about another type of test. The story of Musa and we'll call that IE Mr. Nana

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when we find Moosa being taught by others through the instruction of Allah subhana wa tada things in this world that were beyond Moses knowledge and beyond his recognition.

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And what this teaches us

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is something about the thickness of the intellect, or we call it the thickness of a shoe hat.

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Things that are not clear to us

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ambiguous things in the Sharia or when when we think or realize so much trust so much in our minds, that we make them the ultimate judge in what we believe in what we do not believe.

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And Allah subhana wa tada is showing us showing musante salaam and through him he's showing us something that is very important moves they're judged by what is apparent to him.

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Why would you destroy that ship? Why would you kill that boy? Why would you help to erect and keep that wall?

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Why would you all do all of these things because the musalla is solemn. These things do not make sense. They do not compute

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According to the knowledge that moves, Sally's to lamb was given his judgment was right.

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But there is another side to the story. And Moosa could only see one part of it, only one part. And I wanted to teach most of that and to teach us also that, that there is a background. But there are other sides to the story. And when you understand the other side of the story, that thing that seemed to be evil, was not evil anymore, was designed to help, was designed to aid to facilitate to protect, it was a reward for something that had happened years before, or something that was happening now that when you look directly at that damaging of that ship, you wouldn't understand unless you adopt a greater perspective. And this is what happens with the actions of Allah subhana

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wa tada and his commands. When we look at something that Allah has done, or something that Allah has commanded, we look at it from our own perspective, from our own side of the story from our own experience, right? We have no other lens except that lens.

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I came from that particular country, I lived those many years. That's how I'm going to judge whatever I'm going to encounter.

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But a person who has lived longer years and has more experience and has more wisdom, will look at it and probably will come with a different conclusion. Right? Now think of Allah subhanho wa Taala, who is eternal and has the complete picture. So whatever sometimes we complain about why did this particular thing happened to me? Why this particular thing happened to the Muslims? Why are we suffering in that particular way? Why this test? Why is the command of Allah subhanho wa Taala stating this I do not understand it to comprehend it. Here comes the story of Musa alayhis salaam and Okada to teach us that there's always another side from the to the story, as long as it is

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coming from Allah subhanho wa Taala there is a complete a more complete and more profound side to the story. And we might learn it, we might get to learn it.

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Or at points, we could be like Musa alayhis salaam, just witnessing some something that Allah did, or something that a lucky man did not know why, and how and where and when. But what we know is Allah subhana wa tada is Allah Allah Mousavi.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala is the most knowledgeable. I think there is the time when you ask yourself, do you trust him?

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Do you trust him?

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And if you trust Allah subhanaw taala you know that whatever he had commanded, whenever he had plan

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is profound.

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Our job is to try to find the lessons behind it, and keep trying to do so and if we are successful, we thank Allah for it. If Allah enlightens us, if Allah teaches us if we pray to Him, and He blesses us, and open our eyes, then we thank Allah subhanho wa Taala for it, but if we cannot, and they will, that will be a point and a time and some incidents where you'll be tested, you can't because Allah wants to test what your intellect your mind. He tests your tongue, right? He tests your eyes, right? A lot tests us, he tests our bodies, there's also a test to the mind. Will your mind submit at a particular point? Or will it not? As he said, in an imbecile in Alaska, he had been into a coma

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and he had been into a lie. The mind the intellect has the limit, as eyesight has a limit? your eyesight has a limit beyond what it cannot see. It does not discern it does not know. And your intellect also has a limit to it. That test is Do you understand the limits of your intellect? Or do you think that it is a God with God?

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So that is the thickness of a shower or a shoe and the medicine for it is to go back to Allah subhanho wa Taala to trusting Allah and to the religion of Allah, to what is clear from the religion of Allah subhana wa tada and hold on to it.

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And the last story that we briefly touched upon is the story of the hardening.

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And here you find the opposite of the fourth almost opposite of the story from persecution of a man to the believing leader who is given power and authority on this earth and that is a test.

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It's no lesser test than the first test.

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Because you can be patient when you're persecuted. What are you patient when you have power?

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What do you can punish your opponent? When you can use your mind against them? Can you be patient? Will you fulfill Allah's Will or your own will? Will you event yourself or will it be for Allah subhanho wa Taala and what we find sometimes with Muslims today, with ourselves today is when we say that this is where Allah subhana wa tada but we do it and the opposite. we disobey Allah subhanaw taala by saying this for Allah or you avenging yourself, or you avenging Allah subhana wa Tada.

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Are you avenging Mohammed Salah? Lo Are you are you celery avenging yourself because you feel angry.

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Now if we feel angry we have every right to feel angry we will regret when the commands of Allah are violated. When the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is mocked, we have every right to be angry. But we have to do it in a way that pleases Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam and pleases Allah before that. So when you have power and you have might, you have to use them in the way that Allah subhana wa Taala loves you have to be the person who spreads justice on this earth. And through her name does that he goes on and he protects the weak, he spreads the man and when he finds the mischievious on this earth, the people who spread injustice, he in camps them he in circles them right, yeah, jujin

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modules, so they cannot spread their injustice. This is what the movement does when they have power.

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Because their mission of mercy, the vision of justice does not stop from the time when they are persecuted to the time that they are leaders. They are the same kind of people.

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So Soraka does touch upon these fitness and its virtue comes from its message. And the people who will be protected from fitness especially for the victim of the judge, are the people who will be repeating sort of thing and thinking about its lessons and taking it into their lives so that when they encounter the thickness from a Friday to a Friday, on from a month to a month, they can go back to sort of recap and they say this is what happened. This is the promise of Allah. This is the reward for those who believed in the promise of Allah, this is what I'm supposed to do. And it will give them Sakina it will give them assurance and it will protect them as Allah Subhana Allah blesses

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them and fills them with the light from their Friday to the next or places that will blesses them with a live from where they stand. And if you miss the house of Allah subhanho wa Taala you can have a connection to it for more you stand to the house of Allah subhanho wa Tada.

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