Heart Therapy 21 – Bring Calm To Your Heart

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Ali Albarghouthi

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Episode Notes

Umm Salamah was asked: What was the most frequent dua of the Prophet salla Allah alayhi wa sallam when he was with you? She said: His most frequent dua was O Turner of the hearts, make my heart firm upon your religion. She said: O Messenger of Allah, why is O Turner of the hearts, make my heart firm upon your religion your most frequent dua? He said: O Umm Salamah, there is no human except that their heart is between Two Fingers of the Fingers of Allah, so whomever He wills He makes steadfast, and whomever He wills He leads astray. Then Muadh [one of the narrators of the hadith] recited: (O Our Rabb, do not lead our hearts astray after you have guided us [Aal Imran (8)])

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah

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salam

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so hamdulillah now we're back to the heart therapy series inilah and this

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what we've done in Ramadan in case somebody missed us in Ramadan, what we've done in Ramadan is three Hadees

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I think we did three headaches or so. So we finished the 20 Hadith, the first 20 headaches have been concluded half of the book. And with that the first section of the book. So the book is actually divided into two sections, you may not have noticed this, but it's purposely divided into two sections. The first section, the first one

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was about the importance of Disgaea

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the benefits of test care the fruits of test care,

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the second 20 had eaten shala that we will start today with Hadeeth number 21st will be about the means of test care or what Sir elute Ischia how to do the scale.

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So you can think about it inshallah in like, theory and practice,

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although really not rigidly divided into theory and practice. So the first part lays out some of the theory or ideas about what is the heart? What is the scale?

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What are its benefits? What do you get? What are the rewards of test care when you actually engage in it, the danger of Tetsuya or not performing takes care of the heart and of the soul. So that's the first part. But of course, it does have some practical knowledge and practical steps. So there's both theory and practice, but that tilt was more towards theory, in the first section, the second section insha, Allah still will have information in it now looks that we did not encounter before, but it's going to be more tilted towards practice. So inshallah, hopefully, at the end of each Hadith, there will be something that will ask you to do.

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inshallah, so there's practice. So we're going to learn something, but then you're going to have to take it into practice in Sharla. And we'll see how that works. And you know, of course, your feedback is always welcome, and how this can be enhanced and improved and all of this.

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So let's start with nilla. With that 21st Heidi, which is the beginning of the second section of the book, The means of test to set the scale.

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So this one comes to us from almost

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the mother of the believers in one way.

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Or the other one, she was asked a question

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two the AMI cinema, you know, are we headed to the image center? I mean,

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I've asked him Salama, McCann Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Either can indicate.

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He asked her what was the most frequent throughout the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was with you?

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The most frequent You are the one that he did the most pray to Allah subhanho wa Taala to the most call it can do I can label pulu with a bit kalbi, Allah de Nick. She said that his most frequent was young, liberal kulu, sceptical reality and a gold one who turns the hearts make my heart steadfast, strong on your religion have been given a bat on your religion so the one who Allah The one who turns the hearts, make my heart strong, steadfast, clear on your religion.

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Call it support to so she said I asked him for her tiara soon Allah He married at 32 AKM kalibo Kuru with a bit called bialetti. Nick, why is it that your frequent do our most frequent one that you repeat all the time? Is this alternative of the hearts give my heart to pat on your religion? So he said sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Yama cinema or mother oma cinema in the moon in Laval boo boo knows who I am even outside the financial moment.

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He says almost cinema there is no human being except that their heart is between two fingers of the fingers of Allah. So if he wishes he makes it straight. And if he wishes he misguides

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if he wishes, Allah Subhana Allah will make that heart straight, and he wishes he misguided, guided or misguided. So ma was one of the robots that had eaten aerators of Hadith telecon Allah has the origin the verse of our last panel data, but have been added to the Illumina data data, your life Do not miss guidance after that you have guided us and this is in surah and Emraan. So this hadith is reported by activity and he declared it to be helpful.

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And I've included that inshallah you should have it in the book and also on Facebook page inshallah that focus region.

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So

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what is this hadith in a nutshell? What is this hadith teachers?

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If you remember when you go back and I think it is the second half

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and the second half Do you remember that Edward Louis said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the name of the heart was derived from what, if you remember,

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tried to go back? You know, we started that in January, I think right? So go back all the way to January.

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Right, the second heading, the name of the heart, this is pop quiz, the name of the heart is comes from what?

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From exchanging

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upside down, if you say in Arabic, to shape is to turn it upside down this thing, right? That this position called Blue, if you were to turn it, return it on its head, this is the color of anything, right? Anything that you turn it on its head is kombu. So we said then that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said in them assuming a booming economy, that the heart was cold, a hot cold, because of its constant fluctuations, it doesn't stay still. Right? It doesn't adhere to one thing all the time, but it keeps changing all the time. And we talked about that, then, and we talked about why this happens. So inshallah, if you don't remember it, or if you need to refresh your memory, go back

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to that explanation, because it will be helpful to support whatever we're going to be saying today. So we don't want to really repeat ourselves. So it keeps changing all the time. And we said that this is one of the greatest weakness, Sins of humanity, the greatest weaknesses of humanity is that they can control their hearts. And they try to commit my heart and your heart to something after an hour after a day, after a month, it will change and may turn to its opposite. We talked about how a person may love someone.

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And after some time, they can hate them.

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And they may love them intensely with a lot of intensity, so panela to the degree that they can think that they can't live without them. And yet after some time, that love can turn into intense heat, then they cannot stand them can tolerate seeing them. So, that was what we said before and we said that our own experience as human beings living in this life tells us that every day we have different emotions, different thoughts, different intentions, you begin something you have a you know one intention in the morning by the evening of change that intention, one emotion in the evening, by the evening or by next day that has changed. So we said this fluctuation is a weakness.

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Now when you realize this weakness, you want to seek what a cure and a remedy for it something to fix it with. So the first thing is to realize this weakness, and then to seek a solution. So this Heidi is telling us about that solution.

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About the first step, it's not the only step, but about the first step that you take towards bringing stability to your heart and to my heart. But less now insha Allah just try to dissect the Hadith a little bit by little and see the benefits that are in it.

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So the first thing the first benefit that we can see in this hadith is that a Sahaba came to Oman woman in almost Salah model the Allahu anhu and asked her about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and about his a betta. Now, why did he asked her? Let me ask you, why did he asked her?

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Yeah,

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definitely. So this is something that we said in one of the heads that we explained in Ramadan, the questions of the Sahaba were there and were presented and advanced because they wanted to know and

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so it's not that the he was just only curious. Oh, what was he like? Just because I want to know this? No, I want to know this because the second step after knowing it is what I

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want to follow it I want to do exactly the same thing that he was doing. So this is one of the great lessons in whatever it is Panama you see. Also Javi asking another Sahabi a tablet he asking us to have a hobby. The question is always there because I want to follow what I'm going to know after you tell me. So implementation is always always the objective is always the goal is always the Messiah, not just knowledge for the sake of knowledge, knowledge for the sake of application and following. So this is the first reason why he asked her. Also, why did he asked her somebody else said something else? I was hearing murmurs here and there so why else did he asked her why why she

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specifically or why one of the mothers have

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believers.

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Yeah, that's what I wanted. She is his wife. And she knows him, probably more than anyone else because he is in his house. And she knows his personal prayer worship his private worship, she spends more time with him, rather than anyone else. Right, at least in the house.

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And there are other headings of the Prophet sallallahu cinnamoroll, the Sahaba, who come to the wives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they come to Asia, they come to HubSpot. And they asked similar question, how was the better of the profits a lot. He said, How was his salary? How was he at home? How is he would like this? How is he like that, and they would tell them, so they knew about the profits a lot, he would send them information that may not be available on the outside. So here was the property law excellence served an important function in the community as teachers and transmitters of knowledge. So hi, there right.

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Now, one of the things that I wanted to emphasize here is

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Allah Subhana, WA, tada may assign you a role in society, in your family,

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right. And you may sometimes look at this role and look down at it and belittle that role. Because it's not what you imagine not what you aspire to. Yet it is what Allah has given you. Sometimes religiously, you know, you can do this because you are male, you cannot do this because you're female, or you know, your lot in life, your position in life is that you're in this position. And you may be dreaming. While you know you're complaining about this position in your life, you'll be dreaming about a better position that you may reach Well, I don't want to be just stuck in this small town, I don't want to be you know, just doing this menial job, I don't want to be this this, I

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want to be doing great, great things. So while you're dreaming about these great big things, to Panama, you're neglecting the very thing that Allah Subhana Allah had given you the opportunity that Allah subhanaw taala had provided you with an asked you to take advantage of.

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And what I want to say here is that, especially when it comes to male and female roles,

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and if the wives of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam had said to themselves, no, we want to be outside with the minute, we're not content with what Allah subhana wa Taala had given us,

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they would miss the opportunity of knowing the Prophet sallallahu wasallam inside his home, and then they will miss the opportunity to be teachers, for the entire community information that no one else has, they will miss out on the opportunity of becoming teachers, for the community and for us. So what I want to say really is that whatever Allah had given you the rule of law had assigned you. This is the field that if you tell and you harvest, it will take you to the hereafter. Take advantage of this right now. perfected invest your energy in it. And Allah subhanho wa Taala will give you whatever you're dreaming of later

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neglected, look down at it, ignore it. And you will find that you will still and continue to be dreaming about that thing that will not come because you did not take advantage of Allah has given you

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is that clear what I wanted to say here? Or should I repeat it? Is that clean? Jani, whatever Allah subhanho wa Taala gives you thank Allah for it, take advantage of it, and do your best to do your best in it.

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And then Allah subhana wa tada will bless your effort beyond what you expect beyond beyond what you imagined, and will give you something greater than what you were hoping for. neglect it and ignore it and you will find yourself continue to dream about things that are not going to happen.

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So that lesson the first lesson here in Shell is appreciate what a loss on our data gives you. A loss of panel data will give you even more.

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Now the second lesson in the Hadoop

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is that the question that the Sahaba of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked the musella model the low on HANA is very important one and they are very meaningful.

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They asked her what is the most frequently out of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Yani In other words, if we were to translate this, it would be

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what is the thing that our prophets a lot he was selling wanted the most?

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What is the thing that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam worried about the most?

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Isn't this the reason why you make the

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right? You would mean?

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This is the reason why we'll make do we want something the most? We worry about something feared the most. So it's as if they asked her that question. What is the thing that he wanted the most feared the most worried about the most? And imagine now if you did not know the answer to this howdy

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Wouldn't be really, really valuable if you knew

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that the most frequent

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that the profit would make all the time. What is this? What it could possibly be? What did he wants? What was he worried about? What is the thing that you know, disturbed him?

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And now tell yourself I know

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and the thing that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam may do about the most is your Allah preserved my heart. Yeah, looks a bit funky Allah Dini, strengthen my heart with a man, don't turn it away from you. Give it about the rest of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that he used to make all the time.

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And the third lesson, or maybe a last gamma, fourth lesson, whatever it is, the lesson is that he used to make this drawing he is who

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is the prophet SAW the law and he was telling them that Allah told them you're protected from sin. You're protected from the shavon, right? The shaitaan of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam what happened to the Shakedown of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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Aslam right he accepted Islam

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right so there's no shame for him anymore. We have our share thing, but he does not have to have

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all of his sins have been forgiven all of the mistakes have been taken away. And he is saying yarmulke Liverpool with a bit can be added meaning what should we say? Right? How often should we repeat this? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam would repeat this all the time.

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Now this, what it makes plainly clear

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is that

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your heart is completely under a loss control.

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Insha Allah, if Allah subhanho wa Taala wishes

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he can straighten it.

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He can make it steadfast and strong and pious. And if Allah wishes,

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it means none of these things and we'll go astray and be misguided and not listen to the truth. And Allah subhana wa tada says in the Quran

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for my unit, Allahu idea

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in Islam, what may you read a little?

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Raja kanima sadhvi Santa Clara de la hora de Salud. livina umino. Allah subhana wa Taala says the one that Allah wants to guide

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Allah expands is just to accept Islam.

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And the one that Allah wants to misguide. He makes his chest tight and constricted, very small. Cannon I saw the wisdom as if he's climbing up the sky. Gabelli cage on a low register Allah let me know. So there's a loss of power to other people put a rich defilement dirt upon those who disbelieve. So here is see the image that our last panel of data is giving and you can actually sometimes feel it depending on your email and my email. If Allah wants to guide you. What does he do according to this? He expands is your chest to eat man? What is my What does that mean?

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You know and you know if you have a big house and a small house

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and if you have a big house, how come how many people can you come accommodate?

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A lot. You know, if you want to invite people come 10 2030 come and they invite other 1020 people come hi accommodates all this. If you have a small house, to three people that's enough can accommodate anymore. Same thing when Allah subhanaw taala says if he expands your chest, you will find yourself ready to accept all of Islam depending on how much he extends. It says let's say that you no longer Hamadan Rasulullah you will say a person will accept Islam. You will tell him a lucky man this forbids that ready to accept it and follow it. This is not only about the obligations now this is a tsunami ready to do it. This is macro will avoid it this is doubtful will not touch it.

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Easily responsive to Allah subhanho wa Taala It does not have to be pushed, just you know casually reminded

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and the heart is open and happy and is actually willing to take more you find this person sitting reading the Quran doesn't get bored with it doesn't get dissatisfied. comes and listens to the hook but comes early. spends time in the Salah is willing to spend more time concentrate system that sits in the masjid. He's in the halaqa he's willing to listen to the halaqaat concentrates, benefits, listens etc etc etc etc. What is this come from?

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Qatar, I just like a very big house willing to accommodate more and more and more. So lots of data says a lot will open your heart. And if you're a man, and I'm, you know, I'm not going to bet I'm gay, I'm 100% sure every one of us has experienced this when sometimes your heart is wide open, and you just want to listen to more of the Quran and more of the reminders and more of the Hadith and more of the sooner and more and more and more of it. That's a sign that a lot of data wants to guide you and your Eman is big and great.

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Other times have had a lot opposite opposite try

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hard is very tight. Imagine you know there's not a lot of emotion in the heart The house is shrank.

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So there's not a lot of a man

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you open the Koran only read two eyes and you can continue Good luck go to the halaqaat not in the mood to listen to the hardcore anything in it. A book of howdy you don't want to listen if you're listening. You're not learning anything in the salon. You don't know what you prayed how you prayed how you finished it can accommodate anything in the heart, hardly anything the heart and that's the opposite. A man is weak, a man is small and the heart has not expanded. So Allah subhanho wa Taala is saying that when Allah wants to guide someone, he opens his heart. And when Allah subhana wa Taala wants to misguide someone, he closes his heart. And if Allah wants to actually deny him any

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guidance, he closes the heart completely.

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he shuts it down, locks it up, nothing goes inside. No light of a man goes inside. No reminder helps. No benefits enters it's done.

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And that is all in the hands of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Right. And it says Allah Subhana Delica dedicato loughrigg so so does Allah subhana wa Taala will put dirt in the eye on those who disbelieve, meaning Allah subhana wa Taala will leave them and their choices and what they have chosen for themselves, which is literally

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at the heart has no image that she thought would be their companion, and he will bring all of his dirt with him and you will live or that person will live with that dirt for the rest of their life.

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Now, Allah subhana wa Taala says to understand why Allah does that, why does Allah misguide people?

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says in the

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movie,

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one other movie to me, I'm home,

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and we will turn away.

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And we will turn away their hearts and eyes, just as they refuse to believe in it the first time, and we will leave them wandering blindly in their transgression. So I'll repeat that and Sharma and we will turn away their hearts and eyes just either as they refuse to believe in it the first time and we will leave them wandering blindly in their transgressions. This is uncertain and am I 110.

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What does this teach us?

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We will turn them away will turn their hearts and eyes away from the truth. Why?

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What is a loss of data say I will turn them away from the truth I'll misguide them, take them further away from the truth. Why does the law say that camera and a movie a one a murderer

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because they refuse to believe in it the first time that they received it meaning that these people had a choice. Allah subhana wa tada sent them the Quran send them how much alcohol you send them, send them the signs and the messages and everything.

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And they had the opportunity to believe all the evidence was there no excuse to reject it.

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And yet, they rejected all of that and favored what Allah subhanho wa Taala hates favored disbelief favored what Allah subhana wa Taala

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has rejected and the path of the shaytaan Allah subhanho wa Taala says because of that choice that they have made, and continue to make and because Allah subhanaw taala knows that we're not going to accept Islam anymore or email any more than that there is no good left in them. What is Allah subhana wa tada say we turn them away from the truth and the truth away from them and we seal upon their hearts so nicely formatted Hockley unknown sort of Man will turn them away from the truth because they turned away from it.

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So Allah subhanho wa Taala misguides out of His justice

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and Allah subhanho wa Taala does not turn people away from the truth. Because Allah subhanaw taala simply wants to turn them away from the truth Allah presented them with a choice and they could have accepted but they did refused. So Allah subhana wa tada says as a punishment for the refusal

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loss of power that takes them further and further away from the truth. So that later, no matter what reminder it comes to them, no matter what evidence comes to them, they will keep turning away from them. And that is the thing that they bought for themselves. The purchase that they made is that the rejected Allah Subhana Allah, Allah subhana wa Taala gave them that to themselves, let them and their own choices. And you have to believe in sha Allah and I emphasize this point because when we hear some times that our last panel with Allah guides and misguides sometimes we panic and we say how come and how could Allah subhanaw taala misguidance You know what, and where they presented with

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the evidence under that they have a choice and if they did not have a choice and etc, etc, etc. So always we're always what underpins the foundation of understanding of Allah subhanaw taala guiding people and misguiding people is to things that our last panel dialer is just

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the last panel a dialer is wise. And Allah subhanaw taala is not going to misguide people who turn to him

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and pray to Him and are sincere.

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Allah is not going to do this. On the last panel with Allah is not going to misguide people who have sincerity in their hearts out of his wisdom and justice who have sincerity in their heart and there is still some good in them a lot does not do that. But a lot of misguided people who left nothing in their heart for Allah subhanho wa Taala to fix and their heart is completely blank. So Allah subhanho wa Taala continues and takes them further away on their misguidance as Allah subhana wa tada says here in Salt Lake, for them an alpha what was a debate personally as to who it is the last panel data as who the one who gives, for the sake of a loss of Hannah Dodd and has done and believes

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in and meaning that Allah will compensate him whatever he gives whatever he sacrifices along with compensation, we will ease him towards ease. Make his life easy for him will ease him towards Jenna. make that easy for him.

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But one moment behind our sternum. But as for the one who is stingy. He withholds he doesn't spend for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala was stubborn and thinks that he is self sufficient. What can never be and does not believe that Allah is going to compensate him this believes in Allah promises altogether. Getting a stone spent on Allah will give you he just believes in that obey Allah and he will take you to Jenna he just believes in that this is all US promises. And then what is the law says personally as to who knows, we will ease him towards difficulty.

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Give him greater difficulty in this life and definitely in the hereafter. So it's all based on what

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on your own choices.

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on what you do,

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you get for the sake of Allah subhana wa tada and you believe in him and what Allah Subhana will give you is ease towards gender.

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And if the opposite is true, you hold back and you don't give for the sake of Allah subhana wa tada and you think that you don't need him and you disbelieve in his promises that Allah subhanho wa Taala will also give you ease but not towards gender,

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greater east towards Johanna Malaya. So all is beyond based on what we do. So never think that Allah subhana wa ala is unjust, but Allah subhanho wa Taala gives what he gives for a reason and denies what he denies for a reason. And that's in sha Allah is enough with the law for us to believe and to continue to move forward. Right. Any questions about this point?

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Because I want to make sure that I addressed it in Sharla. So if not now, just ask me later.

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Yes.

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Yes.

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That Allah subhanho wa Taala knows what is in their hearts Allah subhanaw taala knows who's suitable for guidance and who is not who when Allah subhanaw taala will tell them do they will do and who when Allah subhanaw taala tells them not to do they will not do it.

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venturi so Allah subhanho wa Taala knows all of this from them. So they say that Allah subhanho wa Taala guides you out of his favor.

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And you didn't do anything to deserve Allah guidance. Any to begin with.

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What did we do to deserve Jenna?

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Nothing. Allah guided you to begin with even before you did anything Allah guided you. What did you do to deserve that?

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thing, but Allah subhanaw taala out of his favor wanted to guide you as to those that Allah subhanaw taala did not want to guide Allah subhanaw taala is just as we said. So we have to understand and know that like they have the opportunity and the choice to accept or reject, but their hearts are good enough their hearts Subhanallah are not leading towards Allah subhanaw taala they're leaning towards the dunya and they had a choice. If they did not have a choice, then Allah subhana wa tada would be unjust in punishing them. So

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that's what we have to believe. They did not have a choice meaning that Allah subhanaw taala as the example I've given, so whenever other brother was asking about this, it said if there was a panel or a cripple, and a lot told him walk and if you don't walk I'll take you to Johanna would this be just

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so Allah subhana wa tada could only ask you to do something if you have the choice to do it, and then refuse to do it. That clear. So it must be that they have the choice. They had the opportunity to be pious people, but they said no.

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And then Allah subhanho wa Taala because they said no, punish them for that choice. Now what also is good about Qatar and Qatar, by the way, you know, Allah destiny, is also to know that our understanding of Qatar will reach a ceiling a limit beyond which it's hard to investigate.

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Because our minds are limited. So if you continue to ask, why and how come and why and how come and they will reach a ceiling, beyond which you will say Allah knows.

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In other words, you know what, when you meet a loss of panatela, on the day of judgment, you go and ask him because Allah subhanho wa Taala did not disclose all of his wisdom to us, is impossible. Right? Allah subhanho wa Taala is infinite. We're very finite human beings. So we have access to some of our laws, wisdom, but not all of it.

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So we know certain facts about Allah subhanho wa Taala. And we hold on to these and the things that we know is that Allah is just under the lies whites, so he does not punish someone who does not deserve punishment. So if you have that firm in your heart, everything else in sha Allah is easy to understand.

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But again, insha Allah towards the end, we'll leave some time if there's time we have so and asked me more questions about this or inshallah after the halaqa You can also ask me all through Facebook or email or whatever inshallah.

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Now, the do all the prophets of Allah Azza wa sallam begins by saying what? Young kalibo Kuru old Turner of the hearts that's one of the effects of Allah subhana wa tada security fairness if I can certainly one of the actions of Allah subhanaw taala is that he turns to the hearts Why did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam choose this sefa this attribute

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because it fits what he's asking Allah subhana wa Taala to do.

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And we explained this before, I think is that whenever you want to ask Allah subhanaw taala something and you ask him something, using a name and an attribute that fits what you want Allah subhanho wa Taala to do and to give you

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so let's explain. When you ask

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your man or your family,

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or man, give me a rough number. What is it that you're asking?

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me for? What to expand this? Why did you use rough man for asthma? Because you saying Yeah, Allah, Who has the six attributes of rathna and who loves Rama and his habit.

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And his custom is to give rational all the time. include me in your

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car, begging Allah with his attribute, pleading with Allah subhanho wa Taala with his name, worshiping Allah subhanaw taala with a cipher

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and connecting what you want to that cipher. So yeah, Allah, as you do this,

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fulfill that to me, like on a human level, someone who is generous, all you who are generous, give me money, because of your generosity, because this is your attribute, because as well this is what you do all the time. Continue your favor and give me money.

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Time now the same thing with Allah Subhana Allah deserves more of that. So yeah, Allah Who does this all the time you turn the hearts all the time. He control the hearts all the time. You make them strong if you wish you make them weak, if you wish, that bits can be aladeen it makes make my heart strong upon your religion.

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See you connecting the sefa to what you are asking Allah subhana wa Taala to do

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You have control over my heart I don't.

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You can remedy and fix my heart more than I can.

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You can protect it more than I can. So protect it and give it its medicine and make it straight your bladder. That's what you're asking. And by the way that sefa is really relevant

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to our own salvation, because you only be saved if your heart is sound, right? You remember that we said this, you only be saved if your heart is sound. And your heart is will be sound if Allah subhanaw taala makes it sound. So this is an important attribute of a last panel data, and that's why it finds its place in the most common of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam not only there The most common

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Oath

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of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam was what is our motto the Allahu anhu said it is in an ohana. Roma can an abuse of alcohol he was in llama la colleyville kulu the most frequent oath when the Prophet Solomon wants to swear, the most frequent Oath of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was law, he will know by the one who turns the hearts

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so like no is no that's not the case whatever he's talking about. No, that's not the case. I swear by the one who turns the hearts that will follow. So his most frequently.

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And his most frequent oath included the sicko of Allah subhanho wa Taala that connects a lot of panel data to your heart

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and to how your heart is doing and the health or the sickness of my heart than your heart.

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So that's why you want to bring the secret all the time because this is what you want from Allah subhanho wa Taala the most he Allah fix my heart for me and what we want to learn in sha Allah from this

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hadith tonight is to make this one of our most frequent to us inshallah.

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Now in Muslim, there's another form for this drop

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and then it says they're in approve of any Adam This is the generation of Muslim in Nakuru Bhavani Adam kulu Habana is Vitamina Swabia rock man, Calvin widen your strip of white

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lies Allah Allah. Allah Hama, Masada kulu be solid blue banana Arctic.

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It says all the prophets of Allah Han he was in them. All the hearts of the children of Adam are between two fingers of the fingers of the merciful like a single heart.

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Yes riffle hi Trisha. He controls them as he wishes. Then the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says aloha Momo. sonica Lupo, one who controls the hearts directs our heart towards your worship towards your obedience. So this is another form of this.

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And in there the Prophet sallallahu wasallam see here first, the power and the majesty of Allah subhana wa tada all the all the hearts of the children of Adam are between two fingers of the fingers of Allah subhana wa tada and they are to the power of Allah like a single heart. So imagine right now how many billions of hearts are between the finger of Allah subhana wa tada billions of hearts and the art to the majesty of Allah and to his power like a single heart like moving just a single heart.

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So this is first the pastor Pamela is incredible. And just to think about just you know, he manages all of these hearts like he's managing one single heart.

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So this is first inshallah. The second thing from this hadith and from the first study is when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam talks about the fingers of the fingers of the merciful or the fingers of the mercy of the fingers of Allah subhanho wa Taala these are all sorts of

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attributes of Allah subhana wa Adana that befits Allah's majesty. So we affirm that as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has affirmed then the last panel data has fingers but do we know how they look like?

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Absolutely not. They don't look like my fingers. They don't look like any fingers that we have seen. And that not like any fingers that we can imagine. So okay, here, the how we leave that to Allah subhanho wa Taala we can even think or imagine it. But we affirm with the prophets of Allah, Hollywood cinema firms and then we move on. And the benefit of all of this inshallah is that we know that they are under the full control and power of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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And that teaches us first of all,

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humility

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that the heart is just to show you

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panela how weak and helpless and dependent we are. You don't even control the heart that is inside your chest.

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You know, as human beings, we naturally rebel and you say, I control so many people under me. And I have control over my family and my bank account that has these many 1000s and fleet of cars. And I have this country that I'm controlling and data, data data, right? This is this sense of arrogance that we have.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala tells you, you know what your heart that is inside your chest that moves your entire being, that you don't even control.

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That is you're so helpless. When it comes to, there is a thing that I can turn as I wish, from what from a man to disbelief and from this relief to emerge, from happiness, to sadness, from joy, to sadness, whatever I want. Las panatela can turn it this way. From one intention to its opposite from one project to its opposite I can do with your heart wherever I wish. So you're completely helpless.

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And what this gives you as I said, first of all, humility to those who worship Allah subhanho wa Taala is never going to trust your own worship or rely on it. Oh, yes, I went to high geneious like preclear and yes, I fast and yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. You never trust this. But you trust Allah subhanho wa Taala. That's why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam through his actual example was saying, a bit cold ballardini, give my heart The steadfastness upon your religion, because I don't know, tomorrow, a week from now a month from now what will happen to my heart? will it stay strong? unimin or not?

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There are there are people who talk about some other people who say they used to be with us in the masjid maybe you know, some of them. I'm not talking about any one particular I know here. Honestly, I'm not talking about some people far far away. another country, okay. Who will say they were this in the masjid?

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You know, in Salah in fasting this this is now worthy.

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Someone is an atheist, someone has deviated to into another strike. Somebody will find them drinking in the bar somebody this is somebody that they think at that particular moment that they would be these people now?

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Probably not? Probably not.

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And so if they were not safe, how can you actually assume that you have been given security from Allah Subhana Allah data, that this the same thing is not going to happen to you? Doesn't matter what level of piety you have. That is the sign of actual taqwa is that you will always be afraid of losing that.

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If you feel a man security, that means that there's something wrong.

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Right? Remember that we said before that ignore the Malacca from the tiger in when he said, he said Athena mean as Harvey Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pulumi Hakuna Matata and FC. It says I witnessed actually physically witnessed saw 30 the companions of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam all of them

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were afraid for hypocrisy or from hypocrisy, that it would be infected with hypocrisy. Remember that we talked so I mentioned this before. So if the Sahaba of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam what reached the pinnacle of taqwa and a man and some of them like had been given Subhan Allah assurance from the prophets of Allah, some urine, Jenna, urine, Jenna, and yet they are still worried about hypocrisy. If that's the case with them, you know, it has to be the same with us. So you always have to be repeating this, no matter what. No matter what your email is, no matter how high it is, even if you're next to the Kaaba, you always repeat this drop because you don't know.

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And we're living Subhan Allah also we talked about this before when we talked about the instability of the heart. You're living in an age of sickness, only one sickness,

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one after the other. Big fits in and small fits.

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Right fit in there will take you away from Allah subhanho wa Taala fitted in religion fit in in the dunya fitting in the family fitting outside the home. Global fitna fitna in your entire society fitting in your community, fitness sometimes when you go inside the masjid fit now when you leave, one after the other one after the other was only when you turn on your laptop and you go online, there's like a slew of fit and one after the other.

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And how guarantee do we have that one of them is not going to take us and hit us and kill us and destroy our email? What guarantee Do we have and the shavon is always standing right beside us trying to assassinate our email. So what guarantee do we have?

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So Pamela, even if you

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In the mystery, especially if you're in the masjid, you know that the shaitaan is targeting you and is after you so you always make this and it gives hope to those

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who have sinned and wrong themselves and are far away from Allah subhana wa tada because this door also tells that Allah subhanaw taala can shift your heart from a heart that is infected with sin or with disease or loves the dunya into heart that is the opposite. A heart that is purified and cleansed and is close to a loss of panel data. So also gives you hope.

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And this is really important if you are being now reflected and tested with sin.

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There is a few examples. If you are someone if I am someone who is addicted to one particular sin and you can't leave it and your heart you feel that your heart is hostage to it.

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Whenever you want to leave you come back to it whenever you will leave it brings you back. One of the things that be the thing that will help you is the repetition of this.

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Of course other things have to be done to try to stay away from it, decreasing its influence, staying away with the pious spending more time in the masjid but also one of the things that you need to do is this. Repeat this to

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Yama caliber hola with a bit colombiana de una Calle Masada colobus are called the allopathic. Turn my heart away from this into something better into something pure into your worship into your obedience and you keep making this over and over often as often as you can.

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Because there you are begging Allah subhanho wa Taala rescue my heart, save my heart. So if you are addicted to something like that, you make this device all the time.

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You know,

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if you are if you have just seen something, and you're not addicted to it, but some has a panela an image, a word or a sentence enters your ear enters your eye and from there into your mind and body. And it keeps disturbing you on playing with your peace of mind. You're fighting with it and it's fighting with you and is fighting with your heart and with your email. Go back to this door and read it until Allah subhana wa Taala reads you or whatever the shaitaan is trying to attack you with and keep doing this all the time.

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If you find yourself Subhan Allah even as we said that your Eman is very strong and you're happy with it. And you're finding Subhana Allah that you want to do more and more.

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I keep asking Allah subhanho wa Taala not to turn your heart from that and for it to really relapse into disease and sickness and lack of Eman if you find that your had

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but now your Eman is sort of descending, weakening and you know you're getting bored

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and your heart is getting stiffer and harder. That is also the time for you to keep repeating this throughout for Allah subhanho wa Taala to revive EMA. So whatever your state of Eman is, from the, you know, extreme right to the extreme left in it this throughout all the time. And we have an example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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who was repeating this

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all the time. So whether it's a disease of shower temptations, and being attracted to this dunya a disease of shubha doubts about this religion that you can find a solution to you keep repeating this and pleading with Allah subhana wa tada Allah you have full control over the heart see Allah subhanho wa Taala My heart is in your hand My heart is between two fingers of your fingers the honorable alameen save it protected, cleansing guided

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and save it from harm. And you keep making this an Allah Subhana Allah will not disappoint you if you turn to Allah subhana wa Tada. So the project of course we talked about it i think but the project is first of all you memorize this drop

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in Arabic, if you can, inshallah English will suffice but you memorize it with this to add the narration in autonomy the to narration in and it's also an Bukhari, by the way, the narration in both al Bukhari and Muslim add them together. So you say yum kellyville foo is a bit called Viola de Nick Young, sorry, Saku besar is called the allopathic and rotated yamaka Lieberthal ob sub bit called Viagra Dini. yamasa kulu. Bizarre it's called the allopathic and you seek the most opportune time, the time when the do is being accepted and repeat this.

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So when is accepted generally, let me ask you very quickly

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Friday when

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now all day Friday and in particular,

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right within us are never closer to MATLAB. So you repeat that as often as you can then another time.

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So do what somebody sets to do, which is something after them right? So Institute between then and a comma

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when it's raining

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now, so before federal rights the last part of the night,

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it's got time if you're making if you're fasting, so the panel all of these are incredible opportunities for the dugout to be accepted. So memorize this, and this is your inshallah your homework from now, next week, inshallah. So every day you have to do this inshallah, okay, who's gonna do it?

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If you make your intention, at least give you a Give me your intention, and memorize it, and we'll do it in the lab. And the reason is that I want you to do this every day. Why do I want you to do it every day?

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habit becomes a habit, right? becomes part of your day. That's why you want to do so now. You know, enough. We're just learning stuff. Okay? It's good to learn stuff, but you know, we have to apply it. So it has to have to come part of your day. If it was the most frequent day out with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, why don't we make it also our frequent so I'm asking you to make it every day and every night so that Baden Allah by the end of the week, when we come in Shell next Friday, it's part of your habit Bismillah so you all not only that you've memorized it. Every time you're making do I will be repeating this throughout.

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So that Allah subhana wa Taala secures our heart, my heart and your heart and keeps protecting it. As we're saying that this is a term for fitness one fitna comes when it's over, no one follows it's a good one, with a leveler. So you know, make this device so we ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, allow me to submit fluvanna denecke allow my Amazon, Hulu, Hulu banana Kartik Aloma lettuce Hulu and others data data novel alameen wa banality Cricket Cricket

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