Tafsir – Surat Al-Hashr

Ali Albarghouthi

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Explanation of the last ayahs of Surat al-Hashr, ayahs (18-24) which contain the names of Allah.

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smilla we'll handle it now. So that was Salam. O Allah Rasool

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Allah Allah wasabi was seldom

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you're probably wondering what we're doing today. nancherla so it's, we will do the last few ayat from sawtell hash sha Allah so it's the 28th and June 28

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salted hash it in just 28 and a half in Medina it's in page 548.

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So I was thinking of doing the last three but the recommendation was just based upon recommendation and the suggestion so recommendation was I thought was the last three but it's the last seven so we'll try inshallah to do the last seven.

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I have sort of hasher inshallah.

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And this is the sort of where the end dried you have a, several of Allah's names. So we'll inshallah attempt via vanilla to explain them and understand them.

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So we'll start with a 18 we'll finish with a a 24 the vanilla so salted hash again. Begin with I 18. To 24.

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So Allah subhanho wa Taala says area you Hill Edina amanu

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la welcome bonus Suma de

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la in the lobby Ruby Mata Manu. So here the call is to those who have a man Yeah, you're Latina man whenever the call is for those who have a man it means that the basis of your response should be your email,

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you know, or people who are interested in this meaning that what Xena follow is based on this interest this attribute this feature that you have so all the people who have a man you should really pay attention because the consequence of your image should be what follows you Halloween Armand de la have the over loss of Hannah who were Dada

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and having taqwa of Allah I don't know if you remember when we explained it before what that one means. No one remembers what the whole means.

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In a sense, right when we say that there's require

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it requires protection, any require from you any if you put anything on you suppose it's cold outside, you put on a coat a thick coat that is required from the cold.

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Require from the cold. So when you want to put with higher from Allah angry, lower, you're going to protect yourself from Allah from what from Allah anger from hell fire. How do you protect? How do you put on this week? I'd like you putting on your coat right? How do you put on what do you put on? You put on the laws of obedience.

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And you stay away from the hat on

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that stuff.

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Right? Sometimes we condense it in translation as fear Allah,

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but it's not just fearing Allah because your actions are also prompted by Allah for Allah subhana wa Tada. So this require is for you to protect yourself from Allah anger. Fear is an important component there, but it's not just that distance yourself from the punishment of Allah, Allah.

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And he says, well,

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let's eat so.

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So Nelson here Tombow Nelson. It's an Acura, indefinite. So each soul should do the following. Consider what it has advanced for its future.

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What it has put forth for tomorrow. So

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tomorrow, but it doesn't mean only tomorrow, like the next day. But what comes later, your entire future alternatives? Consider investigate, Judge, what is it that you have done for tomorrow? Like someone if he says, for instance, there's a test coming?

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How much have you studied for that test? Tomorrow that's gonna come towards the end of the term, the end of the semester. So doesn't mean tomorrow is tomorrow, but the end of so how much have you studied for that test? That is something that you're saving for tomorrow.

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And so they sort of have said, you know, interested in the deficit has to go on to second probably and to

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judge yourself before you are judged.

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Consider what benefits have brought to you have you You brought to yourself, What harm you have brought to yourself. And when you go through this judgment, you sift through it you understand your gains and losses. Right.

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Let's say let's say for instance, you're running a business all this is about future planning. By the

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We all have this plan for the future. I'll talk about that. So this is a fine. My plan for the future is again, profit, not loss. I'm on business. Each day, I will consider how much I've lost how much I've gained each week, I will consider how much I've lost how much I've gained, because I will learn from all of this, right? And if I'm doing something wrong, what would I do?

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Correct. Stop it right and correct it. If I'm doing something, right, what would I do?

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continue with that, or even increase it? You know? So there's a specific marketing policy working for me something else that is not working for me, this is how you run a successful business, right? So you have to judge your actions inventory, go through it. And only then will you decide, have I lost? Or have I gained today? If you think of yourself as a project.

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Think of yourself as a business. What's the goal? What's the plan?

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So the plan is generally

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best the end? Because you're living, living, living living? Okay. What is your future plans?

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What are your future plans? We think that when somebody if asked if they were to ask us,

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most of our plans, if we were to be honest, most of our plans, or all of them are about the dounia.

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Right? They're all of them are about the dunya. I want to graduate, I want to get a job. I'm not saying that in any of these things aren't bad, but when it's only about the dunia so I want to graduate, I want to get children I want to get married, I want to move or be promoted, I want to move from this area to that area. These are all the future plans that we have the Acura is not on the radar.

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Because it's not a future destination, we don't work for it.

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Otherwise, if it's a future destination, you'd work for it. Like this genuine destination.

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If I want to own a house in 510 years, everything that I'm doing now will be directed towards that goal. I'm collecting money I'm saving here, I'm investing there, I'm gonna borrow from here. everything that I'm doing will be about that. So we'll have enough so mathematically that is another way of saying consider your destination, what you have prepared yourself for what have you advanced for it.

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So somebody says something is interesting, he says, the car should be the color of your heart.

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Qibla is what the direction

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that you face. When you think about it, we have a particular like when we pray, we have a privilege. But also in our life, we have a template that is our destination. So we have a mental, emotional, emotional mental template. For instance, I want to get married, I want to do this, he says but your hearts destination. Final Destination should be the athlete.

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You think about it right? When you think about your entire future, but you see an arrow there

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is sitting right there. And everything else that is happening between now and then should be working towards a

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pursuit. So that hero is reached. So when an actor is in fact, the destination, you work for it, your plan, use instead of saying for instance, I want to sit and relax, I have nothing to do right now. You say no. But there's a destination This is an active if you want to feel free to work as write, or read some code on why because you're working for only when an asset is truly not a destination that we don't work for it. So Allah is saying, do it now. Before it's too late, well done don't have some academic later on. This is what

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has an emphasis and also the power of a law. Why in the law have been severely mataman Allah is well aware.

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He knows very well what you're doing.

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So Javier is not just the one who knows but knows what is hidden.

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The hubiera is knows what's hidden. So even though you're hiding it,

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Allah knows it.

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Even though you're protecting that from being public, Allah knows it.

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So it says in the lobby of so because Allah is Hubby, you must have done more of him because he knows what you've done, and what you have not sometimes to panela we beautify decorate ourselves when we meet others when we come to the masjid when we receive guests.

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We appear at our best.

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When we perform our syllabus, Allah is saying no, I know what you do when you're alone.

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I know who you really are. Not what you pretend to be. who you really are. I know it and I know what is inside your heart.

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Because people only have access to what you say to them and how you react and how you act. It says yes, this is you can pretend you can fool. But I know what is in your heart. And that's what matters.

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Right? So don't think that you have a few fooled them that you fooled a lot. I know a lot of some of the metadata. So consider the life of your heart, the real intention, your real devotion, is it for a loss of data? Or is it for something else? Because that's the thing that will benefit you. And Allah says and see the consequence. If we don't do this, all at the kulu kalorien and to LA, fancy, Busan Do not be like those who forgot about Allah.

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Can you for suka LA.

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Right? abandoned Allah ignore the LA zoo. This is what it means not that they actually forgot. Nestle law.

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Put a law behind their backs, ignored his demands. What was the consequence for anselme? And footstone?

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He made them forget themselves.

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Right?

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Think we talked about this? A while back?

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How do you forget about yourself?

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How is it possible to forget about yourself? And you are what you think about all the time.

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Right? You think about yourself, oh, I'm hungry. I'm thirsty. I'm sleepy. I like this. I hate that. How can you forget about yourself so powerful. They say you forget about your benefits. What benefits you

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you don't know it and you forget about what harms you. You don't know it. So when you forget about a loss of Hannah, what to Allah, as if sapan Allah is for you to know yourself. You have to know Allah. For you to actually work towards your own success, you have to know Allah subhana wa says if you forget about a law, it's as if you don't even exist.

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Because you will be doing things that will harm yourself. And you won't even know it. You'll think it's beneficial. Right? It's healthy.

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It's something like somebody for instance of smoking

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is having fun with it. But you're killing yourself while doing it. Somebody who's drinking. When you forget about Allah Subhana Allah tells you don't do this. Don't gamble, right? Don't go down that route. Don't do this. Don't do that. Why because when you go through or on that path, you forget about your heart, your Eman, your taqwa. You're not going to know what is good for you and what is bad for you anymore. The standards the scales will be turned upside down. So you will not even know what benefits you say you forget about yourself.

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Whatever you will be doing is taking you away from Allah is destroying your health is destroying your family is destroying your community. And when you meet our last panel, tell on the Day of Judgment aloud to me What have you done with this Scylla with this life? Nothing I wasted it complete waste. Do you have the power? What happened? I forgot about it.

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So because you forget about it, you forget about your own self.

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So some people may think to themselves, if I stay away from Islam, I'll be better as a person, meaning I'll be richer right

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now I'll make you know I'll get better positions in this life, I'll get more respect etc, etc etc. Because of course if you're abide by Islam, sometimes if you have restrictions, you can you can go out with them and drink you can socialize that way. You cannot take off your hijab to be accepted you can socialize that way you cannot be integrated that way.

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You can talk like them if that is obscene.

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You can seek acceptance. So you think okay, if I if I just move away from this, I'll be better off worldwide

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in this dunya but that's not the case. You start forgetting about yourself. start forgetting about your family like somebody Subhan Allah who be working day and night.

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thinking I'm doing this for my family at the same time he's neglecting the same family that he's trying to save. Right?

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I want a lot of money because I want to secure the future and I want to go to medical school and this school and that's cool but what

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the children end up hating him

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because he's never home. That's an example that I'm giving

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you you're never around.

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So problems the house so so panela you may think that you're doing what benefits you but when you're not listening to Allah, what do you

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You end up doing is what is destroying you. So Allah is saying when you forget about me, you'll forget about yourself. And if you want to actually remember yourself, you have to remember Allah. So Allah says Allah homosassa. These are the ones who are truly disobedient. First is to exit from Allah obedience. These are the ones who are truly disobedient

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when they forget about the last panel with that,

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and that can also signify when we say forget about a lot is that they've learned the truth. But what

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chose to

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ignore it.

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Right, which is a crime and is somebody who doesn't know right from wrong may have an excuse, may have an excuse when me so y'all I didn't know. But this is a person who willfully chose to forget, I know, supplies and obligated but I'm forgetting that I'm ignoring that. I know, my guidance is in the Quran, I should follow but I'm

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choosing to ignore this, I'm choosing to ignore the comments A lot of you send them right is, is the model as my example I'm choosing to so when you choose to ignore it, you can actually start harming your own self.

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And then Allah subhana wa tada just to make this clear to everybody to confirm to confirm that everybody that is not the same, never the same. Those who have done

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and are getting ready for tomorrow. Today getting ready for their tomorrow. I'm not like those who forget about Allah, Allah says, Now yesterday, we just have one it was horrible gymnasts have a genetic resume.

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The people have enough, have enough.

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And the people of gender, the companions of gender, the dwellers of gender, and the dwellers of na diastole. They're not equal.

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They're not equal in Alaska. Definitely.

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The one the one who graduates with an A is not like the one who fails, they're not the same in this dunya they're not the same. A lot of thing those in the era, this place that they will inhabit versus the knowledge that they will have it are not as the same at all.

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Is it the same to be punished and be blessed?

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Is it the same to be honored and humiliated is not the same?

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Isn't the same to be happy and miserable, they're not the same.

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They are actually the complete opposites of each other.

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But this

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lack of equality, that they're not the same. It's not only in the Sahara.

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Is it? Also in the dunya? The thing it's also the dunya as well. It's also in the dunya. Right? The person who is living as if he's of the people of hellfire. We don't know who is where, until Allah tells us but a person who's living as if he's of the people of Hellfire and the person who's living as if he's people of gender, and following this data and following that, will they have the same happiness?

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The same contentment same Baraka in their life. Same man, same insight.

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Their life are completely different.

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This person is following the guidance of Allah Subhana. So he's on a pure path, stays away from obscene acts obscene speech, obscene thoughts, is always helpful, guiding others.

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Doing what donating praying to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah making, trying his best to be close to Allah. That's not a life similar to someone else, who's closer to Allah, disobedience, drinks, and Gamble's and takes drugs and goes out and you know, commits every conceivable sin and goes from heroin, and pursues heroin, whatever you find that he has a craving for heroin.

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You look at them sometimes and you think they're happy

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that Allah is telling you lies that they cannot be the same.

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This happiness that you may actually see is just a facade.

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Right? You're seeing a Muslim in a conundrum in America okay for the hormone, he says, Are we going to make the Muslims like the criminals those who have submitted to Allah like those who are rebelling against Allah, how are you how do you judge in this dunya and the answer will be that will they be the same? They can be the same.

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So just the contentment the Riba, the patience, the insight, the Hello or the sweetness of email, and the person will be given who follows a law. There's nothing on the other side that will parallel that and come close to it.

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Nothing.

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So some of the worshipers of Allah,

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Allah and he said, he says we are in an AMA.

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And he's poor. It doesn't have much. He says hanafin ama

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mukuni. Amman Hanafi the agenda Dona Allah He, he says, We are in an era of the king. If the kings of this earth know this NEMA that we are in, they'll fight us for it with their swords.

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fight for it with our with their swords, meaning that that level of peace we're in, though we don't have a lot, but the level of peace is something that they looking for, but they cannot find

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how happy we are with the last panel with that. And what he has allotted for us is something that we have that they are looking for, but they can never find.

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That's the difference between EMA and disbelief.

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Sway Allah. So that's why he is saying that if they just truly knew,

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right,

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they would fight for it, because they can't find it.

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So Allah subhanho wa Taala has seen every level.

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Right? They are not equal.

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They're not equal in the life that they take not equal in the support that Allah gives to them. They're not equal and how close they are to Allah and not equal, not equal and how they die, and not equal and how they are resurrected and not equal in how a lot of questions each are not equal and their final destination.

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Was homogeneity. homophone is the people of success are the people of General,

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even though in this dunya at some point, and sometimes, they may appear like to be the losers.

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The ones who don't have the upper or the lower hand, the ones who don't have the power, but are weak,

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those who are oppressed, those who are killed. But Allah subhana wa tada declares this as the truth for everybody who's of the people of gender, no matter how we lose on this earth, hold fat is there, the real winners, they won in this life and they want in the hereafter in

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this life by listening to Allah, even if that gets them

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to be killed at times.

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Even someone if they're practicing their faith, someone comes in, threatens them, you either gonna convert and leave Islam or not, they decided to be Muslims, and they were killed. It says they're still winning.

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They've won because they hold on to their Islam. And to their email, they didn't lose. And that's the definition of success. Who has succeeded in this life and failed?

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Interesting. If you were to ask us today, humanity who's successful?

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What would we say?

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Bill Gates, right? The Richest Man. Right? What else?

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philanthropist right? well known. Right? genius, whatever it is, right? That's success.

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And you will take it this movie star, right. And it's this, you know, theatrical star, and this actress and singer and these are the successful, or if not, on a local level hits this doctor was to panela you know, these many millions and cars investments in clinic, or this engineer or businessman, that's success. That's worldly success.

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In Allah site, that goes away.

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He doesn't say a lot this night, we'll let you go home with phase one. He doesn't say about them they want. They're the winners. It does not matter for lasota it's all from death. Who is alpha isn't

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possible.

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Right?

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So sometimes to panela. If you take a path in life, and it's sometimes comparing yourself to other people, or people put you down, look at you and you compare it to this other person, or sometimes we do it to ourselves, we internalize that criticism, look at yourself, you know, you were you were able to do this, but you didn't, you could have accomplished this, but you couldn't you could have gained so much wealth, but you couldn't. And then the shaitaan is blowing in all of this to make you even more miserable, and tells you you're unsuccessful. You're a loser. Is that right? Remember us have a genetic modification. It's okay I may have lost in this area. That's fine. But the true

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success of the success of the Iraq War, few denier

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but only as provision for the army

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and succeed in the battle because if you've succeeded in the era, you've succeeded in everything.

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Running on the Day of Judgment. A person who was rich and has been taken to Hellfire is not going to say well, at least I've been rich.

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At least you know, I've done something with my life it would not matter

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Would not not please You know, I was somebody in the dunya so it goes to Hellfire say, so it doesn't matter. They're gonna curse him and he's gonna curse them by. So everything all of these accomplishments in the dunya worldly accomplishments do not matter what gender you want success of homogeneity, welfarism, that requires What? Where's your destination? Because you cannot win something, if you're not working for it.

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How can I graduate? If I'm not studying? How am I going to get a job? If I'm not even applying? Right? How can I buy a house? If I'm not saving? How can I have a house in general? How can I enter gender when I'm not paying the price? So you have to put Okay, gender is my desk, among my many destinations, gender is there. So you receive your salary. And you say to yourself, this goes to the house, this goes to the kids, this goes to the food, this goes for entertainment, this goes to the hero.

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That's only fair, right? These are the destinations you're saving and giving to every destination to every need is one of them. So you have to give it my time, my time with the kids my time with the wife, my times for school, my dental work, my Thomson entertainment, my times for the hero as only fear that's the only way you will get a general if it's a destination, if this is something that you were seeking.

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And what will help you

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do that and accomplish that is the book of Allah.

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So Allah says, to tell you about the effect of the book of Allah subhana wa Tada. So this is a a 21 no one's gonna have them put on other gentlemen. That are Ito Hashimoto dhammika Shatila, it says, if we were to reveal a lot once to show you the extent

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of the power of discipline,

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and what it can do,

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if you let it.

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That's the thing because somebody will say, Well, I don't feel that if you let it, you have to let it right.

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No one's done. If we were to reveal this hold on upon a mountain,

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like a great mountain, think of the greatest mountain you've seen. Or go back home and you know, Google a mountain and look at it, the biggest mountain that you've seen. And if we were to reveal this, hold on on this mountain, meaning the obligations of this hold on the majesty of this code on the commands of Allah in the consequences of if you listen to Allah, and if you don't listen to Allah, if we reveal that to that mountain,

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we would see it with your own eyes. Harsha Mutasa, the admin Hachette in

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Humboldt County cracking and breaking apart from Alice here.

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So he or she is fear of what is dignified, right? Typically, right something you're fearing something that is greater than you. So you're fearing a lion can see you lose hope.

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cope, feeling alive, feeling an equal, fearing something or someone that is higher than you is hush, hush Attila fearing Allah who's higher.

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So Allah is saying that if this hold on was to be given to this mountain, it will crumble

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or break apart, fall apart.

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And that is the reaction of stone.

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That's the reaction of stone. But this is stone that knows a lot.

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This is stone rocks, that fear of law and love of law and are close to a license. That's the reaction.

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And if you are like that, don't

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you react this way.

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If you like that stone, in fearing Allah and knowing Allah and loving Allah, your hearts will react in the same way, it will not leave your heart the same. Right? Your hearts will start also breaking apart, right because of a fear of Allah because of the love of Allah because of this severity of what you're reading in the Quran of how great it is, of its eloquence of how it's touching your heart, it will change all of you.

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But the question is, do you let it

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sort of handle other barriers and we talked about this, you know, in the previous course we have the barriers that we put upon our hearts are more solid and more impenetrable than rock.

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Because the Quran wants to come in and it's prevented. There's one layer layer of sin, one layer of love of dunya one layer of impatience, and so many layers that we put between us and Allah subhana wa Taala that's why when you read the Quran, when I read the Quran, are we not move is that distance is that hardness, the stiffness that's preventing you from actually benefiting from the Koran

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It's a panel line sort of advocate Allah tells us that some of the rocks that you will see falling, when I mean Halima yeah bitumen Harsha de la some of the rocks that will be falling from a top of a mountain they're just not following just like that the falling out of the fear of Allah some of them

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so Pamela connects you to nature in a different way not just a just all material calculations gravity this erosion or whatever no no no there's something you know that is beyond the law is telling you about the rocks are reacting to a law the animals are reacting to a loss of Hannah with data your car is reacting to Allah reacting in you reacting to Allah

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any sometimes you call will give you trouble because why

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given the luxury of not only not traveling a lot, but in a sense

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it's like you're you're rebelling

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soon to start a new car The car rebels against you.

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All that is okay. No. So the car is rebelling against your sometimes right your children or sometimes your spouse will rebel against you. Because you rebelled against him.

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Panel ah there is this reaction that Allah is talking about. The lies beyond what you can observe, and what you can calculate but Allah tells you about so that he can have the power to interpret what has happening around you. So this mountain will collapse because of the Quran as a matter of no offense. But the low enemy says low power coup, Camila militarism, academia is if your hearts were pure, you'll never be bored with reading the Quran.

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Right? Right, humanly right, it's not possible. It's not possible, right? You always have a capacity.

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Right? Which tells you right, I mean, you know, somehow we cannot go beyond that capacity. But I think if we were to imagine that it would purify your heart more.

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Right? Then if you could only spend five or 10 minutes reading the Quran, that five and 10 minutes become what 20 and 30 minutes

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and you not be bored with it.

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If you were to purify even more, that 30 minutes becomes an hour.

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And then I will quickly become even more up until your time that you know just physically you can handle and mentally you cannot handle this anymore. So you have to go and do something else. But it says the poorer you are the more that you're able to take and digest and understand the Quran.

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So this is not from Allah Subhana Allah that He had sent this and given it so much power, but you need to direct yourself to it so that you can gain this power. And Allah says what he can tell nobody nothing Allah homeopathic corrode and these examples and parables that we give to people so that they will think

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this is why whenever Allah gives you a parable,

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an example this is like that. Stop because you want to think about it. This is the intent Lumia Coronavirus tells you that the intent of the Quran is difficult. Don't just read it. Yeah, if you're doing your hotma and you'd like question whatever fine but there should be some reading some contemplation of the Quran that when you read it or allow me to focus on this is what a la wants from me my district court so you stop and you say how is this mountain like me? How is it unlike me? How does it move and I'm not moving? How can I make myself move like that mountain when I'm listening to Allah? What's standing between me and allows words? Why aren't they moving me? Is it

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that I don't understand is it that I do not react is it that I'm not applying? Is it that I'm sinning is it what is it that difficult is beneficial? And it will teach you a lot about the Koran teach you a lot about a lot and teach you a lot about yourself.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala says Now we move into the names of Allah Zoltan who Allahu Allah the day that you know,

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it is he Allah

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who there is no Inaba t

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there is no electricity.

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Now

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this will allow them right if you if you open to the first

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first and second is you're not going to explain the first and second I just want to share with you

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and the first is the sub Ballina emf is similar to morphological whole as usual, Hakeem will explain this because it almost verbatim repeats in the last you said before the whole map is similar to a lot of the disease hacking begins with the speaker saying that everything has to wait for a last panel and the heavens and the earth and Allah is a disease of hacking says this in the beginning says this in the end.

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Then in the second is is who Olivia Raja

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is telling you. It is he who has done this

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is telling you what a lie is

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telling you what Allah did in this particular context, right? What Allah did with some of the non believers, this is what Allah did with them.

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Right? So as if Allah subhana wa tada when he says, well, lo Latina, you know, in between the two, Allah is telling you what he has done. And it comes back to tell you more about himself. So he says, everything has to speak to Allah zodion. And he has he's attacking who he is, he was done this, this, this, this and then people react to it this way react to it that way, there are those who believe those who disbelieve and then he comes back and he says, Who Allahu la de la either in the meaning whatever Allah told you about himself. Right? explains his names and attributes to you. You see it in reality. You see his power. You see his hikma? What how he dealt with the non believers he

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dealt with demonstrating his power, and his hikma, His power, His wisdom, and he'll tell you more about himself.

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And there is no better way to know a law than his names than through his names.

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When we explained before, he need someone for the first time, what do you ask him?

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What's your name? What's your name? Right?

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Because that tells you something about him?

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Well, it tells you more about Allah. Because there is a difference between the names that we have the names that Allah has.

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Each name, right is your name, but has an add sort of a secret to add an attribute to it. Right? So in Arabic, specifically, if you say someone is Khalid, right, if he is highly, has his name, but also long living.

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That's the meaning this is the sucker in it. So each name has that. So you may have right connection to the server and your name to the attributes or name or it may not at all. And if somebody could be called Abdullah and he's not really a slave of Allah zodion somebody could be called Smart and he could be the opposite. Tall and it could be the opposite thing. It could be that could be the second the name may not connect to you. Right? So it tells us something when I'm asking about you and tells me something but it does doesn't tell me but when it allows

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the attribute this is exactly what law is just linked to allies. So when you know the name, ah name has a sigma has an attribute in it is built on a sector and it tells you something or many things that are the laws owed. Right? So when Allah says who ally begins with this whole law,

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this name Allah azza wa jal, that is the most famous prominent Name of Allah.

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All the other names go back to it.

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That we can say is the most important theme of Allah zodion Allah. What does it mean it has a slipper in it?

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Who knows what is the sofa?

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The one who's worshipped

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because it comes from either

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Allah comes from Illa Illa means Mabu, who's worshipped. When you say la ilaha there's no one worshipped, I'm not gonna worship anyone, but

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Allah.

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So Illa is worship. When you say Allah, Allah is Allah, Allah.

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And Allah, the one who's worship

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and when you actually embrace believe in Allah,

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with that attribute, he is the one to be worshipped no one else. All the other names are included in that because you only worship Him because you believe in all the other names, that he's the creator and sustainer and all powerful etc, etc, etc. So all the other names feed into that name Allah. And Allah encompasses all of them. So we'll see who a lot the most definitely of all the names of Allah, Masha, Allah, Allah is this Allah, who Allah it is he who Allah,

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Allah de la ilaha illa.

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But there is no one to be worshipped except he

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a viewer Shahada,

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the knower, the one who knows the hype,

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the unseen, the concealed, what we do not know. And the Shahada what you see and observe all of it, meaning everything.

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This is right what is convened concealed from you and me could be something in the present or

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the future something in the past. Right.

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Other people right, what I'm hiding inside myself as they

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didn't shatter to me,

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whatever thing right is right to you.

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And the shadows, well, whatever you witness, whatever you see whatever you hear, or whatever has escaped all of that. Right? Whatever is even not written in any book. And no human knows it

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was gonna happen 100 million years from now.

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Right?

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What had happened 100 million years ago, I, Allah knows it.

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No one knows it accepts a loss of Hana what data? Right? And that relates to

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when he says,

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if he knows everything, right, then you should have to hold him. And if he knows everything, then you should listen to him.

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Or you listen to the doctor. Why?

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Because you think that he knows what's good for you, right? That's why you think

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an expert in the field you think he knows? If you cross if you do this, if you build it that way? You're gonna it's gonna collapse you're gonna die. So okay, he should know. So when Allah Who is the alum, truly the alum of liquid share that tells you if you don't take care of your tomorrow, you will be among the people who forgot about Allah and then you will be forgetting about yourself. You say, Okay, I need to trust this, because he knows everything.

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Even though I may be foolish right to me, Oh, no, maybe I have time. But no, you trust him animals, maybe with Shahada who are human right?

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So Allah subhanaw taala brings here the attributes of Rama he's the only one who should be worshipped. He knows everything. And he's ur Rahman Rahim.

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Rahman is the one who's filled with mercy

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entirely filled with mercy.

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And r Rahim is the one who delivers this mercy to his slaves.

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Right? So Allah in himself is the man.

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And if you say in Arabic, right

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off the bat, I'm filled with anger, completely filled with anger, completely filled with thirst completely filled with anger. So that form when you see a man, completely filled with mercy. This is a loss of Hannah metallic completely filled with mercy.

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And a meaning that that mercy reaches his slaves. And it's a continuous mercy that continues to reach them. on why man right.

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Then Allah says, Who Allahu levina illa Illa, who again repeats it?

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Again, because we say that if you have this, then it means that you have all the other names of Allah azza wa jal in it. Do you worship someone who's weak?

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Do you worship someone who's ignorant? Do you worship someone who is deficient? No. So when you say Allah, I believe in Allah, Allah, Allah Allah it means that you believe in all the other names of Allah azza wa jal, they were there right to stablish your faith in Allah Subhana Allah so Allah says, again, will allow Lita Ada in

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right now, and Malik

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al Malik is the king,

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the owner, the Sovereign,

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the one who owns everything and does with it, whatever he wants, he commands

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and his commands are followed.

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They have to be followed.

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If he prohibits something, it's prohibited. He's the king. No one has power. Allow something it's allowed deny something it is denied. No one can oppose them. No one can challenge him. He's the king. And he's the only King and medic, right? So Allah subhanho wa Taala on the Day of Judgment, he falls this earth and the skies, shakes them with his hand and he says, I'm an equal Moloch I'm the king of kings were are the kings of this earth now.

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Because when you have power, you think that you can do whatever you want. So panela sometimes you can be small tyrants or you don't have to have a lot of power. A little bit of power becomes a little bit of tired.

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Listen to me, and you know, I'm you do more what I'm telling you, I move here, and you yell at people, right? So Allah subhanho wa Taala wants to tell you that no one has power. Except

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on that day, he says, oh, okay, where are all of you? Who used to do all these horrible things and press people and you know, deny them their rights. And so Pamela torture them and cetera, et cetera, and misguide them and all of this and take their position. Where are you have no power now. Everybody's standing before Allah subhanho wa Taala as a slave

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kulu Matsuyama piano, every one of them is going to come to them on the day of judgment as they have. So he's in Munich

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now

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follows this attributes element or this name, and medic all these are names of our last panel data and medical produce

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and produce

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This means the pure,

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there's a loss of power to Allah is free from any deficiency. So in Arabic If you say, this is what

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is purified,

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right? So by to knock this, we can mark this, it's a purified place as well as also purifying,

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purified from evil purified. So, from sin, blessed.

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And when you go there, what do you get?

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You get has another you get purified God you get cleansed.

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So, this is done this. So, this is about purification. So, when Allah Subhana, Allah is produce means he is free of any deficiency

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in justice, evil, shortcoming, suspicion, doubt anything bad, his produce higher than it

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blesses blessings upon blessings upon Allah Allah so is full of blessings was no evil, no shortcoming, this is good news.

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And we can include in God that he purifies you.

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You cut the soup, right, you cut the soup purifies you, when you listen to him, when you close to him, it purifies you.

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And so subpanel law, who are the people who can enter

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are the people who purified themselves in this dunya

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and I'm a person who not Muslim but has now purified himself in this dunya What does it get purified?

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And hell

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gets purified in hell. Because Jenna only accepts what's pure, to be close to produce.

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To be close to the producer, you have to be pure.

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And of course we cannot be perfect.

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But you have to just achieve enough.

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Just enough. Yeah.

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It's close. There's overlap, right? But that's not the name of Allah subhana wa databox here is also purification.

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So we have just to do enough and what Allah deems that it's enough that you know can enter Jimena Allah purifies the rest of you

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You still have some sins right? As Allah say forgiven

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he still has some insight inside your heart some anger some enmity some jealousy some

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some knowledge some disease a lot cleans that does that for you and then when he purifies you know you're ready to enter gender but he only can enter Virginia if you are pure. So a lot purifies you and a lot of panels that is also produces pure

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Ceylon

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and produces Salam Salam has overlaps a little bit or a lot with our produce. What is a salami has several meanings one of the meanings the first meaning

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base perfect perfect in what sense Sally Moonmen

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enough

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Sally mood that he is free of any shortcoming. So in Arabic If you say to someone who's sitting

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but doesn't mean

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healthy can write healthy Oh, you know he was an accident but hamdulillah he said he is nothing happened to him. Right? No injuries right set him free of injury, right? Free of pain.

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So when you say that to someone right? salon or for Allah subhanho wa Taala he has said

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that he said he won't mean a Nazi mean he's free of any shortcoming

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any injustice

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any suspicious any anything wrong?

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He is free of it. So he thinks the panel of any worldly right human imperfection allows free of it.

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When you sometimes think and you don't understand Allah's wisdom,

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and you consider i mean is this wise or not? If you remember as salaam you know that Allah is free of any injustice and foolishness. So the law is higher than that to his asylum.

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And because Allah has also Estefan

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he also protects his slaves that's one of also the meanings protects also there slay his his slaves. The people who believe in and you said lemo, whom he protects them in the dunya and the

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saline right so help Salim right.

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So it's free of any defects, any disease, by it's like a perfect place, right, like a perfect target. So when something is perfect or as close to perfection, as

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As you can see, it has no defatted no defections in it, right. Nothing wrong with it. So same thing as a body when the body is selling, it means it's not diseased. And it's a loss of Hannah without his SLR. There's nothing, no deficiency, nothing wrong with him. subpanel with Allah, he's perfect. He's perfect. And as I said, He protects his slaves also in the era, when a lot greets them with a set down.

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Right means that you are safe from my punishment forever.

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Send him to me in a coffee right? You're safe, secure from my punishment. And in this life to Allah also saves them. Right? protects them from their own evil protects them from their plus around them protection from the shavon

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right. So this is a seller. So in fact, when you were saying to add another person, Assalamu alaykum

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means one of two things, or maybe both of the same time one, Salaam Alaikum means that you are protected from my heart.

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So when I'm coming here, I'm not disturbing you. You don't have to fear me. I'm not going to attack you verbally, physically in other way. I am innocency I'm your friend, I'm your brother Assalam you are going to receive Selenium from me you protected from me. Only good things will come from me to you. This is one

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also when you say as salaam alaikum. You're also mentioning Allah's name when you see a Solomonic meaning the name of Allah Salaam be with you to protect you and guide you and honor you, etc, etc, etc. This is the meaning of a Solomonic. So when Allah is saying as salaam, this is what he does, he's perfect. And he protects his servants in the dunya. And in the heaven he greets them with a sedan as an announcement that you are protected from my anger and from hellfire. So this is a producer seller.

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A woman

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and woman has two meanings to it.

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One from a man and one from

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one from a man belief or plus d and one from Amanda was explained the second amount is safety and security.

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Meaning it is a law as though Jill who gives his servants peace, safety and security in the next life and in this life. You Amina regard the home in my Hakuna if they're afraid of anything who saves them from it.

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who saves them from what they were afraid

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if they are afraid of someone in this life who saves them a lot gives them Emma so what is their mn their safety and security? Where does it come from a law treason woman

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so their peace of mind comes from Allah subhana wa Tada. So this is

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also from a man who has the meaning that Allah is the first one who believes in what he says.

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And Allah also confirms this das deal confirms the message of the prophets when he sent them with it with miracles.

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Right? With support with the angels and supports also his servants on this earth when they work for Allah sake. And they need confirmation sometimes you have questions sometimes you have a lot of tokens with doubt. And you want to see confirmation you want to see a sign who gives

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Allah xojo he's in that sense he's

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giving you validating your email, through the signs that he gives us gifts you validating the message of the Prophet through the signs that he gives them. So is more minute two cents, one, giving security and also confirming and validating the message that He has given to you and that you're on the right path, strengthening your heart and strengthening your body. This is a woman right?

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Alma Haman

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right?

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Alma Elmo Haman is a rocky would have been

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the witness.

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The protector, the overseer.

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The Koran is described as mo Haman when it comes to the other books that preceded it. mean it's a witness to what is right in them and what is wrong,

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what was included and what is from Allah and what was added that is not from Allah. So the Quran acts as a witness and as a judge over these other books, what is right and what is wrong.

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Allah subhana wa attallah is the real Mohammed first he's a witness. He knows everything that you're doing. Right. He knows everything that he does, that you're doing, public and private.

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But also Allah subhana wa tada is half of that. And he's a protector, right? So he knows it, but he also protects you. Because he knows what you're doing, you know, he knows what you're going to do. He knows your intention, he knows your plans. He knows if you're worthy of protection.

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He's more human. And he guides you as an overseer.

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So we will look at your affairs

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and guide you to the best of them, if you are worthy of it. So he is more human.

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So there's a sense of power, a sense of witnessing what you're doing in the sense of power and protecting and guiding you. Right. So this is what enlightenment is.

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And as

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you should know, what the law says is right.

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That's power. They're the one who has so much power that he's unopposed.

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Right? No one can fight against a nuke and rise against him.

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The great, right, the old powerful, the great, the mighty, that is Al Aziz. And there is a sense of aiza which is of dignity that Allah subhana wa tada in dignity, right? And is all of his attributes is as he is no one is like him.

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Like the panel, if you say to something, it is as ease, right? It's difficult to attain. And it's difficult to reach. And he this this medicine is Aziz says you have to travel and travel to get to it. It's not easy to get to this like distance, hardship and whatever, right? So Allah subhanho wa Taala rises above everything and everyone else. Right. So in dignity, and in honor, he's above everyone else. So there's that is an empower there is that is also has risen above everybody else in his power, then no one can even come close to him. If he wants to do something, it's happens, right? And it wants something not to happen. It doesn't happen. This is an Aziz

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mighty and single in his mind, unique in his mind.

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algebra.

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Right? Are you tired? I know. It's like one name after the other. Right. But until I close to the end, so jibber jabber has two meanings that the panelists seem to be opposites. So it's interesting.

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Right, and Jabbar Java

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is the compiler of human readable translation says compeller, someone who compels Java.

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And if I compel you to do something, it's called Java, you have to do it. No choice. This is Java. So one of the meaning of algebra is that if he decides for something to happen, it happens. No one has an option.

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They say jump into a bed.

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It's cold, right? You have no option. It's cold.

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When it's hot, it's hot. You have no option, right? If you're sick, you're sick, you can take medicine, but if Allah decides you're sick, you're sick, you're healthy, you're healthy, you're going to be in this line, you're going to be in this line. So Allah subhanaw taala, in a sense, decide, and his decision is final. He's Jabbar in that sense. So there's a sense of power again, here, close to Al Aziz.

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But also, here's the other meaning Jabbar

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is the the healer in a sense. Like if someone breaks a bone

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and somebody comes in, he

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heals that bone, put it back in place wraps it says

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he healed it, put it back in place, reformed it and healed it. So he's a sense also the healer of the broken hearts.

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Right, and broken dreams and what was broken and that he needs healing. Allah azza wa jal also Jabbar in that sense.

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And we'd like the opposite, right? So in that sense, there's power.

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But in the other sense, right?

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So Allah Subhana, WA, tada, heals and protects. So imagine this name or recall this name of Jabbar when you need protection.

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When you need the loss of panel data, there's something broken on the inside something broken in your life. And he did it the last panel data to mend it. Who's the mender who's the one who meant algebra, algebra, and what I forgot to mention actually,

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they say one of the reasons that I lost a panda with that after he says in many cases and produce, which isn't produced means the pure right.

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It says typically, because what comes with human power, is corruption. Right? Caprice, do whatever you want. A press. Okay, transgress, steal, take whatever that is not yours. So Allah subhana wa Jalla wanted to exonerate himself.

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From any such claim or any such studies, so immediately after, and many comes the pure all of these imperfections that you know that come with power, worldly power are not there when Allah subhana wa Tada. So he's many, but he's

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a pure King.

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Exactly power corrupts here but the power the last panel, that is a perfect power.

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So this is where we set up Jabara, right, these are the meaning of algebra

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can translate them with a cube, but as the greats or the greatest

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cover, in a sense, who is bigger and higher than anyone else,

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bigger and higher than anyone else. Because Kabir in the Arabic language, Kabir is what big, big

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exactly the opposite of Southern Kabir is big.

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Moody can't bear it gives you that image, right and that he's continuously rising

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in power and in mind.

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Right and dignity. As if whatever you bring next to Allah subhana wa Tada, whether whatever, it's a bad thought or whatever someone else's power, whatever it is, continuously, you find the last panel data rising higher and higher and higher and higher. She's

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bigger than anything else bigger than anything that you can imagine.

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Think about it. He's bigger, that's gonna take a bit less the sensor McKibben has thinking about something bigger, is higher, something bigger, he's higher and continues to be higher and higher and higher than whatever you can imagine and whatever you can think so he's with the cupboard.

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And kibber right, is a praiseworthy attribute when it comes to Allah not when it comes to human.

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So Allah subhanaw taala exalts himself above everybody else because he deserves it. We're not allowed to.

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So when we are multi cap, if I am with a cap, that whenever I see somebody, I put myself higher.

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Yes, you am better you better you embedder right. Higher Higher, higher, higher, right? This is

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arrogance, right, exactly right arrogance. This is piccaboo

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but when Allah subhana wa tada he's truly so right. No one can match and so this is unmistakable.

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That Allah Subhana Allah Subhana Allah here emotionally cool.

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So Pamela, this works a panelist is not example exoneration may Allah be elevated he is higher

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than whatever the associate with him. So whenever you are saying Subhan Allah, you're raising a lot higher than whatever. They're talking about the panel lawless, higher, better, greater than any of these deficiencies and mistakes and whatever thoughts that people may have are attributing his higher. Does he have a sense of panela? Does he have a wife Subhana Allah? Does he commit injustice to lb a law? Higher than all of this? Okay. Does he add to the wisdom? Absolutely. So Pamela that's always the case. So So Pamela is always raising a lot higher, and the light is seeing you so Pamela and I used to go on is always higher than whatever they bring as equals to Allah. Right? Whatever

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you think is equal to Allah.

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You think is as powerful subpanel Allah is hire, smart, as intelligent as upon Allah, Allah is more than that.

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That you think that they can protect you Subhana Allah, Allah is the one who can do that and surpass. So there was this word Subhana Allah keeps exonerating and elevating the last panel with that.

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The last, who alone will bury almost always

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he is alive. Again, right? Buddhists have the repeated repetition of the name Allah Allah Allah to Allah. Allah.

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Allah harder typically means the Creator, right? In this context, because it was put next to Albury one more so when

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they say this, in a sense, a different meaning to ohana. ohana is the one who intends to create and specific fashion and form.

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Right. So, right now the places in the Koran and perhaps even here is the creator, the Creator of the heavens in the earth, when he put it next to

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itself as the one who intends to create. That's one of the meanings of how it intends to create that deal.

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Last to me, so this is going to be created on this day in this form. And this these proportions, this is the deal.

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You can have yourself to do something. I intend to do this tomorrow. I didn't do this in an hour. The difference between us and our last panel attendees is what Allah intends to do something he does it and it happens he's about it. He is the Creator without any previous form.

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From nothing

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because you are in a sense a creator, you can create, right? You can create, but it's always based on something else, you take raw material, whatever and you do something and the image is based on something else that you've seen

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Allah Subhana Allah takes it out of nothing based on no other form or image and he is bad. So, when he creates that it creates out of nothing based on nothing else, he is bad in that sense muscle word is the one who gives a Surah An image he fashions in that particular image. So, his image is different than his this image that image is different than that image and so on each one is different. Each one is unique.

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So how the conversion was over seven said it goes in this order. Meaning when Allah intends to do it that he creates it costs real muscle when he gives it a particular image particulars panela features that makes it distinct suitable for its place for Allah wants it to do whatever for what Allah wants it to do.

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Then Allah says lol XML hostname to Him belong less now listener.

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What is it a smell, smell are names plural of name, a smell, her snap are the most beautiful.

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So in Arabic, if you say,

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the best, the best,

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the feminine of accent, his persona. So the best of names belong to Him. So none of the names that Allah has,

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is bad, or has something that in it, or embodies a bad attribute none of it at all. All of them are the most beautiful of names, or the most beautiful of attributes, signifying the beauty of who Allah is

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telling you about the beauty. So each name like so kind of like each name opens a door between you and Allah, she will know a lot 1.3

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notices power.

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Another time you will know him through a seller

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that he is perfect and that he had saved you another time you will know him through Aziz, another term you will know him through algebra another time you have known throughout.

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And you keep knowing and knowing and discovering and discovering and doesn't stop a lot. As noted through all of these names, all of them are doors to Allah, and all of them are perfect.

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And by the way, who has the power to name Allah to give a name to Allah?

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Allah Allah cannot come up with a name and say, you know, that looks good. I'm going to give a lot this name. You can do that. Now you can say this is an attribute maybe right that an Allah could have.

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Right? That's fine if there's nothing wrong with it, that is fine an attribute that Allah has, but a name? No, can give him a name unless Allah has named himself right. sola who does not personal to Him belong all the beautiful and the best of names. And again, he will say you said before the whole Memphis ama what you want out of all the things not all the people only all the things everything in the heavens and the earth praise Allah has

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praised him elevate and disappear, that your ally you're above everything in anything.

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So they praise and glorify Him.

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Whether you understand that to speak or not, there's a lot of them to hold on.

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What I can get the homeowner to be home you don't understand their disbelief, but they're making the speech. They're giving this via the plants, the animals, the walls of this Masjid, right anything that's around you, that is part of illustration and if everything is part of Allah creation, they have to

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know right they prostrate to a loss of Hannah without the rocks they do to be Yeah.

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Right. Everything worships our last panel done and to do this to be habitable. The prophets a lot isn't part of the kurama that Allah showed them the Sahaba they would use to take up you know, food to eat and they will hear that we have the food.

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This we have the food right so Pamela so everything glorifies Allah subhanho wa Taala and it says Rahul as Eastern hacking, and again here, repeating these two names of Allah subhanaw taala that he started this tour with the borehole as usual, Hakeem, he is the one who is all powerful, who is unopposed in his power does what he wants, but he does it with what wisdom

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because I can do whatever I want, but no wisdom in it. But Allah subhana wa Allah has the extreme power, the ultimate power with the ultimate wisdom.

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And that's how Allah subhanho wa Taala is different from us. So here's a panel law This is just a few of the names of our last panel done on the law has many more, but inshallah you know it might give you a, an appetite inshallah, to learn more about the names of all

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loss of power data and when you understand the name, you're able to use it in your data and this is what we want. You understand the name and then you use it in your data and then you start worshiping Allah according to that name because when you understand that you begin to change yourself according to that name. It will affect you in the law. So insha Allah I am next week with ninja I just want to remind us again, we're going to start this course four week course inshallah on family.

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Okay, the Muslim family. So next week, inshallah will be on how to choose your spouse, inshallah. So whether you're married or not, it's beneficial because you either are going to choose one or you're going to be helping with someone choose. So to make it read and also richer, if you have ideas, if you have suggestions, recommendations, let me know, if you have questions, send them to me, because I'm going to collect all of that, and hopefully inshallah design what we will be doing inshallah next week, so it will be the first thing, how to choose your spouse. The next one, how to have a happier marriage. So I'm not assuming you have miserable marriages, I'm assuming the happier the

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happier marriage. And so the third one is how to solve marital problems. And the last one how to raise children and child Yeah.

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Can you call somebody named Jabbar and Shaku

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preferable? No, don't do that. That's the name of our last panel with that, right? If someone's named like Hamid, his name is honey. Because one of the names of allies that have been or someone's name is shampoo, you can call him shampoo. Call him Hamid. That's his name.

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No, not a shocker. You cannot call him a shocker. But if someone His name is Abu Shaku don't start calling Shaco. But his name is Abu Shakur, right, because you abbreviated the name of Allah, and given that to him know his name is Abu shako.

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Now, if his name is Shaku, and you've given him this name at birth, Shaco that's his name column. shekou. Hamid, we call him Hamid.

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Of course you don't say outside right now, and Al belongs to Allah is the one right? But if it's, if it's lacking that definite article, it can be used. For most of them, not all of them.

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We don't know actually, how many of our last names are there. I mean, they not be even supposed to be on count, we don't know. But the prophet always said to me says that there are 99 names, that if you count, it could be in the student as well. There are 99 Names of Allah xojo that if you count them, in a sense of know what they are, and worship Allah according to them, you will enter general Manasa had agenda. So but they're not actually you know listed. So it is up to you to go to the Koran to go to the sun and collect as many of them and try your best to be of those people who are included in that heading.

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For example, I'm not going to keep you

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on this

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particular manner.