Names of Allah – Part 3

Ammar Alshukry


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lie they sell them and they say you're the guy asked a lot to start the day of judgment and so the Prophet cellulitis and and he says that he goes to the throne of Allah. And he does to do that the throne of Allah and he says Allah will teach me Muhammad, He will teach me ways to praise him that I don't know now. Okay, so indicating that there's more or less. Okay, so the names that we went over so far, as he went over a law we went over,

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we went over and medic and medical maleek and produce a solemn all all of these names, and all of them thusfar are all in solid.

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They're all mentioned in a in a list, at the end of sort of that hash, and everything that we're going to do today, most likely, is still going to be in that one list at the end of sort of that hash or a lot as we did names them.

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Okay, so inshallah tada we're going to start

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labored hum de la salatu salam ala rasulillah, while earlier, so have you sent him to Steven kitty? Hello. So

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with regards to the names and attributes, there's something that I want everyone to really interact with, and pay attention to. And to think to yourself about is when we go over these names, like when you hear a name of a law as again, and you hear a description that comes about a law as though yet how does that affect my interaction with a law? You know, it's a it's a very profound question. It's a very important question that we ask ourselves, not just a live setup, okay? A lot as a digital human, okay, know, how do I interact with the Lord, who is a man? How do I interact with the Lord who is a producer? How do I interact with the Lord that is a setup? And so

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that's why I want to pause after every name and just, you know, have a discussion. What do what did you think about that? And what did that cause you to reflect on? There's a very beautiful Heidi Buddha's and he says that the Prophet sallallaahu Selim, he says, like, the hiker, the hiker, Ravana, or like Arab men, kornati, Abadi,

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wah, wah Kirby re, he says, that our Lord laughs min punto de vida wakatobi. re he laughs at the despair of his slaves, even though his help is so close. Or even though how close the changing of that situation is.

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The slave who's despaired about the job that they don't have or the bills that they have to pay or the sickness that they have, and the relief is so close, it's around the corner, but he doesn't see it or she doesn't see it. And so Allah as you laughed at that,

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a Buddha and said, Oh, yes.

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He said to the prophets of lies in them, he says this art Lord laugh

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and the Prophet cellulitis and him said, Yes.

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So what is his response? He said, Lana Dima Murat beneath hakuho he said, we will never run out of goodness from a Lord that laughs It's very beautiful. Like that's how I'm going to interact now you're telling me that my lord laughs if my lord laughs then I will never ever expect to run out of goodness from such a lord. I will never ever run out of hope from such a lord. When a lot when I learned that a lot has to do a lot so interacting with these names inshallah to Allah is the it's, it's

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just as important as knowing of the names themselves. But let's jump into the names so the next name that we're running into today, anybody can guess we did a sitcom last week at the moment Mashallah. Okay. Now, moment, a moment is translated into what what does it mean me?

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The believer, right? The believer now if you're like me, your whole life, you're thinking like, what does that mean? A lot of the believer loves the believer in what, what does that mean? But I mean, it doesn't just carry the connotation of the believer. It has a lot of different connotations in it. The first is of its meanings is almost like a duck. That Allah azza wa jal is the one who is believed. Now, if someone is believed, what would cause you to believe someone?

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What would cause you to believe? If I were to tell you something?

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If I'm truthful, right, if I have a record, if I have a record of being truthful, if when I say something, it happens or when I say I'm going to do something, it happens. And so Allah azza wa jal is an Masada. Allah ASEAN is the one who's believed because Allah azza wa jal fulfills his promises. Allah says in the Quran robina in Mecca Gemma nice Naomi lolly Buffy, in Allah Allah.

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Allah azza wa jal never, never does not fulfill his promise. Also, he is unless he is a man unless you saw the moon

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provide him meaning. He is the one who fulfills the hopes and the aspirations and the expectations of his believing slaves. They leave me alone, Allah as though he did never, ever let them down. And so Allah as it says in the Hadith, and the one IDB I am as my slave thinks I am. And so if you harbor good thoughts, thoughts about Allah azza wa jal, good expectations about Allah, you are going to find a lot like that. And if you harbor ill intent with regards to Allah or ill expectations of Allah, then you will find a lot of data like that. And so to always think goodness of allies, to always think that a lot Azur is going to assist you that a lot as it is going to provide for you

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that a lot as again is going to help you that last digit is going to be there for you, having those good hopes of a lot. So you will find a lot to be as you wish, especially when a person is approaching their death. When they're at the end of their life's journey, that they expect goodness from lies within that they expect forgiveness from Allah, that they expect the mercy of Allah azza wa jal and they will find a lot more merciful than they expected. When better than they imagined. Also, from them the meanings of a moment is he is the one who testifies to his oneness. Allah says Shaheed Allahu Allahu La Ilaha Illa who will melodica we'll call him and will Chris. Allah says

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Allah Himself. This is a very unique testimony in the Quran. Allah says Allah testifies to his own oneness, that there is nothing worthy of worship except Him alone. And the angels also testify to that, and also who testify to that or the people of knowledge. So Allah testifies that he testifies to the greatest testimony or the greatest statement that you can testify to, which is the Shahada.

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Allah bears witness to that, but then he bears witness on behalf of others, that they bear witness as well, such as the angels, such as the Prophet the the people of knowledge. And so some of the scholars they said, if there was no other test skier in the Quran, for the people of knowledge, this would be enough of a test gear for them. If there was no other praise

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in the Quran, then this verse to praise knowledge and seeking it and being one of its people. It is the fact that Allah azzawajal testifies on behalf of the people of knowledge that they bear witness to La ilaha illAllah. So one of the meanings of a moment is that he is the one who testifies to his oneness, also, of the meanings of men, is the one who gives a man, the one who gives security to his believing slaves from all oppression on the Day of Judgment. So on the Day of Judgment, Allah as the justice for Leo mulatos, Ala Moana sushi, whether to rezone a llama contaminant, Allah says, On this day, no one will be oppressed and atoms Wait, no one will be oppressed anything, and you will all be

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rewarded for that which you used to do. And so there is security and safety on the Day of Judgment, for being removed from being oppressed. But then there's also the dunya. How does the law as again protect his slaves in the dunya? Allah azza wa jal, he gives an example with regards to polish he says, a lady of Imam injuring a man whom Allah says about courageously Allah is the one who gave them security from their fear. And Allah as the origin is the one who gave them food from their hunger and repelled their hunger. And Allah azza wa jal, he says about the people of paradise. But even before that, one of the most beautiful and the greatest blessings that we may not even pay

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attention to, and we don't pay attention to it most of the time, is the blessing of this safety, this amine that we live in.

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The prophets of Allah, Allah sent him he says in a Hadith, and it's amazing Heidi, and it's one of those headaches that you just want to have written on on your on your doorstep. Or on your wall you see every morning as you're walking out to remind you, he says, but a small humming come a minute, we seem to be more often fee but then he emiko to me.

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He says whoever Have you wakes up every single morning with three things.

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I mean, NPC to be here, you're secure in your dwelling. There are no gunshots outside of your door. There's no drones hovering over your head.

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None of that. You're safe.

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More often for you Bethany, you're healthy. Your body, you're fine. You know the Arabs, they say, Ah ha

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ha ha. Laila in the middle, but they say that health is a crown that sits on the heads of the healthy. The only people who see it are the ones who are sick. Health is a great blessing that if you have it, you have two thirds of what the province the lightest in them is talking about. What's the third

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Yummy cocoa to me, he has enough where she has enough sustenance for their day.

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I don't have $100,000 in my bank account, I have exactly $10 which is enough to get me downtown and bring me back.

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And maybe some food for today.

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The province that ally center says if you have these three things, you have your safety, you have your health, and you have enough to get you through the day. for Canada, Murphy's Law Jr. It's as if the entire world is unraveled for you. It's like you have the world in your pocket as we think.

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And so this is an incredible blessing. eminence Allah Subhana Allah the most the most prideful communities, people who have lived in their towns and in their villages and in their cities for hundreds of years, generations back,

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nothing will move them. But what moves them is the lack of security, what Muslim is the lack of safety? What makes the people of Dominica leave dimension what makes the people of halab leave halat what makes the people of Palestine leave it what makes the people all over the world what makes them leave these places with such legacy and history and beauty? It's and a man and so we thank Allah azzawajal for the blessing of safety. And we asked a lot as to always make it continuous for us. Allah says what and who can be a minute hopeful Jew or an oxy minute Mr. Murat. Allah says we are going to test you BA in mental health with a little bit of fear, a portion of fear. He doesn't say

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all of fear. While you are no longer one of the middle Amal will enforce a seminar and you'll lose lives and you'll lose your wealth and you'll lose your fruits. You lose those things. But the scholars they looked at they said, Why does the law say a portion of fear. And they said because fear in its totality is paralyzing. You can't function in fear. You can't leave and go to work if you are afraid about what's going to happen to your family when you leave. And so this blessing of security is an incredible blessing that we have to appreciate a lot as your foreign thank him for also in the hereafter. He secures their fear and grants them from his bounty and his generosity

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allies which is a totally legitimate Allah hope when it Kumara and Allah says, enter into paradise, there's no fear again, and you will never be sad. So Allah azzawajal he gives the people of Paradise this security forever, as they enter into their eternal abode, that they will never ever feel fear again. They will always be secure, they will always be safe in their dwellings, and that is part of the pleasure of paradise. Also, Allah azza wa jal is the one who grants places security so Allah azza wa jal is the one who divinely legislated that moko would be

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this, this arm in place, this secure dwelling, this place where no one is harmed. And so for hundreds of years, this city has become a secure place where it's it's animals or it's it's animals are not hunted in it, that things are not taken from its trees. All of this is because of the legislation of a law as a kid who declared this town to be Ahmed. So these are some of the meanings that have been prepared with regards to a movement. Before we go on to the next. I just wanted to hear your reflections with regards to I mean, any thoughts that come to your mind with regards to the moment

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he inspires your faith. Okay, how so?

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Beautiful, beautiful allies we get all of these blessings that you get from Allah Xhosa. What do you think is a dot that a person would make using the name and movement?

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Like what would you ask a lot of budget for using the name and movement?

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And then also salata, Mr. T. I don't know how you would use a moment for that. How would you use a moment for that?

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Like using these meanings that we just discussed?

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Okay. Fair enough.

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Do I suffer? How so?

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Okay, so when you're traveling, okay, asking the laws for security in your travels. Beautiful. Anything else?

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Making doll for your family to do what?

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Okay. To take care of them.

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seeking knowledge. They have a shadow.

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Okay, okay. So securing for me what benefits from knowledge? Very good.

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So I believe in Allah and His messenger and I believe and I believe in Ally's agenda and I believe in his messenger. So using these names

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Do you have a share in that name? What do you mean?

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It is one of those that we have a sheriff because people are called men all the time. Right there. Yeah, they're called me all the time, which is somebody who testifies to the oneness of allies or someone who believes in allies. So

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yeah. So I believe we have a share in that.

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any last comments? reflections on a moment?

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Yeah, yeah, you can.

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The next one.

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The next name is Adam Haman. And that also comes at the end of sort of that hashtag. And the term Haman came in the description of the poor and so Allah described the Quran as Mohammed Allah says ones in a lake and Kitab a good hockey, soccer name Albania de Mille, Kitab, wamu, Haman and La vaca benoni, Manzil, Allahu Allah.

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So Allah and the ayah continues, but Allah says, and sort of an idea and we have revealed to you Oh, Mohammed, the book in truth, confirming what preceded of it of the Scripture, and as a more Haman over it as a Mohammed Mohammed over it. So what does Mohammed mean? It's translated here as criterion. But we'll explain that so judge between them by what Allah has revealed and do not follow their inclinations away from what has come to you of the truth. If an Ibis said Alma Haman, who I mean, he said, Mr. Heyman, is the the, the guarantee or

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how he says the whole iron is a guarantee or, or a regulator over what came before it's of the books. And so in a lot, so it just says that we have set it down as the naked cowboy could help the most of the country my been a Makita, Haman and Ira, meaning that the Quran was revealed

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to confirm what came before of the books, but also as a regulator of what came before of those books. What does that mean? It means that whatever the hold on says, is true about those previous books we hold to be true, not because of what the previous books said, but because what the onset, right, and what the Koran rejects, categorically of the other books. Then we categorically reject categorically rejected because the Koran rejects it. So for example, if the Bible says that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and he said, do we accept that or reject that?

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We reject it, why do we reject it? As the Koran rejects it? And so the Koran regulates what's in the Bible and the Koran regulates within the Torah. So if the Torah says that no, salaam was found by his sons in a drunken state, and was naked, and then his sons covered him up, and all of that,

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we rejected the notion that no alayhis salam was a drunken man.

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So this is this concept of mo Heyman that the airline regulates and oversees everything that has come from before. Now. It was also said and more Hey man is what encompasses all of the books that came before it. And Wayman encompasses all of the books that came before it. And so you have the province of the lightest, and I'm saying that the core an

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all of the knowledge of the all of the knowledge of the Torah, and the in G are all in the Quran. In fact, all of it is in sort of the factor.

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And all of that can come down to that one verse in which a lot as he says, he cannot Buddha canister. And so all of them, all of them, all of them, it encompasses everything that's come from before, of, of tawheed as well.

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Now, how does that relate to a lot so again, Allah as the agent is the one who oversees and overpowers everything. Allies are good is Mr. Heyman, Allah has again is the one who watches over everything. Allah says when miasma becoming miscarried

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is similar as vitamin vatika ilahi could have been moving, Allah says that nothing and atoms wait or more or less in the earth or in the heavens, except is in a clear book. And so recognizing that Allah azza wa jal is in Haman, Allah as rain is the one who's ever present. Eliza is the one who's ever watching over you a lot as it is the one who's always in your company. I remember

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I think it was last year.

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I was reminded of this yesterday when I saw sold off over the last it's just a one time shot.

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It told me to go and pick him up from

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Alameda. He said he's coming on Tuesday. So a lot of stuff happening with regards to his ride, can you go and pick them up? So I said, Sure, no problem. I'll go and pick them up. My pleasure, my honor to go pick up shells, Lola, was very excited about it, actually. So I went, I went to go pick up a chef.

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Pick them up, I said, I'm Chef jumps in the car, and we're driving down. And if you're ever in a car with just LA or anywhere, just smash a lot. He just flows

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to things it seems like to me Hold on, and Arabic poetry, they just keep going like this the entire time.

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But it was really unique for me. And the reason is, because he's sitting there, and he's just talking, and he's having a great conversation, I thought we were having a great conversation. And then all of a sudden, he looked at the windshield and go like this, and started making very passionately, extremely passionately. And then he would stop. And then he started talking to me again.

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And then we'd be chatting for like five minutes. And all of a sudden, he started making draw again at the windshield very passionately. I've never ever had an experience like that.

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Like I don't know if you guys have been in cars with people who just start making die randomly and interrupt your conversation and just go again and again. You do know I've never had that before. So it was very unique. And I'm thinking to myself, like, why is he doing this, but it really crystallized a concept for me.

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A lot of the profits a little light they send him says when he was asked by jabril Melissa, what is your son, he said, and taboo de la Katara inlanta contura they know a lot that you worship Allah is if you see him. And if you don't see him, you recognize that he sees you. So I want you to imagine if there was it was me and chef's Allah and there was a third person in the car. There was somebody in the back, we throw mud in the back of the car. Now it would have been appropriate that while we're both speaking, that we'd have to direct some conversations to the person in the third right, the third person in the car, you can just have a side conversation without two people.

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But the third who is amongst us I had completely forgotten about right?

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But just a lot never forgot. And so throughout the entire conversation he's directing conversation to Allah. Allah says my recruiting manager with LSAT in Lahore Ravi aroma I'm sitting in La Casa de Suma dynamic data collector, Allahumma aina Makana. Allah says there's no gathering of three people, no private conversation that's happening between three people in a car in an apartment or anywhere except that allies, the fourth and no gathering of five people except that a lot as well as the six not more than that, and not less than that, except that he's with them wherever they are. And then he'll tell them of what they did on the Day of Judgment. So Adam Heyman recognizing that allies are

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here this ever present that a lot as it did is always watching over you. A lot as we did is always there to take care of you.

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There's a Yeah, he had been the greatest scholar the setup, he wrote a beautiful poem that I wanted to share with you, he says gela Luca gelar Luca Mohammed o direito. mmamoloko cada

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una foto de Cali embedded with a coup de la ma to redo the novella todo Roca Isla de la vaca nafion. A Judo for Hollywood in Castle Rock legend Atlanta la Takuma Toledo fernet Marabou molana. In 19, Allah nabbit Salah Abu Wham Kusama, nahi, Coolio min whereas Allah tapa not as you do pasado era Morocco La La he had one idea he had one full blown shadie du

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jour de la he absolutely loved teredo He says, Your Majesty, omo Haman doesn't diminish and your kingdom is forever new. And your decree is fulfilled in every matter. And nothing happens except what you will too. My sins don't harm you, My Lord, but your forgiveness benefits, benefits and his grace from you. So gifted to me, even if it's expensive for you a lot decrease what you wish. What an excellent Lord our master and we know that we're miserable slaves and our lives diminish with every day and yet we continue to increase in our sins. I approached kings and found every door with a barricade harsh and severe and your door is a trove of benevolence that is sought out by every

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runaway slave

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and from the meanings of an mo Haman is the one who doesn't decrease from the reward

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of obedience, and he doesn't punish beyond since he never gives less for obedience. And he never gives more as punishment. A lot on him. So this is with regards to him. I wanted to get your thoughts. What do y'all got? The one who watches over how would you interact with him

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you'll never be lonely.

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Perhaps when you're lonely that you recognize it's a beautiful Alamosa restaurant, it's coming out of, he's coming out of Egypt and he's exhausted and tired and broken. And then he helps those two girls. And then he sits under a tree and he says, I'll be in the mountains of the ilium and

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says, oh my lord, I'm in need of whatever good you bring my way. I'm in need of it. I saw this. It's beautiful, that you're never alone when you have a lot. So

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what else? What else do you guys get from a moment?

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When you're sick, also.

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Okay, so no matter how bad it gets, whenever you feel that you're alone, that allies doodle is the one who's with you.

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A lot. So you're gonna hear my setup? Making into either a loss or not, was that even a hammer? Is that the carrier, the carrier, the carrier making dry and saying to a lot, so you know, a lot. Don't leave me alone. And you are the best of those who bring progeny or cause one to inherit?

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Anything from the sister site? Yes.

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Zack, very good.

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Very good. So that causing a lot. So yeah, that note that recognizing that allows you to avoid who watches over you that allows the debt is ever present, that it causes you to correct yourself that you're shy from a lie so good that you monitor your deeds, that you're aware of what you do your presence, your presence with allies or just presence or your presence of a Las Vegas presence.

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comprehensiveness of

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lies are good as a control of everything.

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And nothing takes away from his dominion and nothing takes away from his power, nothing takes away from his abilities. And

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so I can look at

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next name

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is Al Aziz. How do you

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know I'm going I'm gonna I'm gonna throw a wrench in, I'm gonna do it, we'll do it. No, I'm kidding.

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So I Z's. Now, as is mentioned a lot in the Quran.

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It's mentioned 92 times,

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many of which this is interesting too, and Aziz is paired with another name. So something also to pay attention to is the pairing of names. Because the pairing of names give a new meaning. That when a name is paired with another name, that in and of itself is a point of reflection and contemplation. So for example, you'll find a lot of pairing a wide alcohol,

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those two names together and wide meaning the wide the one, the unique, the alone, alcohol, the overpowering.

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So what is the relationship between a larger being a wider nakahara? And why is that paired together and

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you look at it and you see that a heart,

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every other personality of power, they overpower you with others. The king is powerful and he overpowers his subjects with his army. The police with their police force people with their assistance, their tribes, their friends,

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but Allah as his overpowering, his being alcohol is not because of his angels. It's not because of his milk at all. Allah azzawajal is alcohol and he is alive.

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Just by himself, he overpowers everything. So you see that his power is different.

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Everybody's power. And we'll look at some of these names as they're mentioned. So you have

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a lot as a yo cause Aziz and Eileen sort of Bukhara, as he isn't going to come

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in either and Milan, as he is in order for Aziz en la for forgiving and falta, and Aziz a lot of fall in salt. And Aziz at Hamid, Ibrahim, Al Aziz and Hakeem in Al Baqarah. And it goes on. So al Aziz means the powerful, the mighty, the overwhelming, the one who's Able to do all things and isn't harmed by anyone or anything.

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Allah says, In the hadith of Pudsey, in the covenant, a blue button for only you will never be able to benefit me speaking to all of mankind. And it suppose he says, You will never be able to benefit me to benefit me, and you will never be able to harm me to harm me, all of you, you and the gin all of you together, you're not going to be able to harm me. And you're not going to be able to benefit me a lot as well is that as easy as the overpowering he is the Almighty. Allah as though Jen and as these when it's paired with a hockey and ice hockey, he is an Aziz and he is the all powerful the Almighty and he is the all wise. What do you think the relationship is between al Aziz and Al Hakim?

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He is the all powerful, the Almighty and all wise.

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Why do they have to go together?

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Not to abuse the power Exactly. When I have a lot of power.

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I would cause a lot of problems.

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Oh, man.

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Right. And we're all like that, that in the inside in general, the lumen Yehuda, we are oppressive, and we are ignorant. Allah as though did his all mightiness his power with the fact that he is the all wise. And so he never places anything in its wrong place. Everything is placed in its best place. Best proportions, best decrees best judgment.

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When a law as though your disease is paired with Rahim.

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And Aziz is paired with him, there's also another beautiful connotation. What's that connotation when Aziz is paired with the forgiven?

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Is that true?

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That's the forgiveness of a little brother.

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That's the forgiveness of a little brother. They say I forgive you. But it doesn't matter whether they forgive or not, they have no power. Right? But the forgiveness of a big brother is different. Or the forgiveness of a dad is different, or the forgiveness of a mom is different, or whatever the forgiveness of whoever if a person has the sudden look, or the forgiveness of the younger brother when he outgrows his older brother, right? when that person has power and has the ability to enact revenge, and they forgive in that moment, their forgiveness is more powerful than is greater and it's more perfect. And so Allah azza wa jal, even though he's the mighty ally, doesn't forgive out

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of inability, Allah, Allah forgives, even though he has full ability and perfect ability to implement justice on any individual. When disease is paired with an ID

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What do you have the all knowing

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and disease and the all knowing

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so indicating precision, right? The precision and the detail, and a lot as far as power. It's not clunky. There's no messes that are created through a lot of power.

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It's purposeful, everything is well designed. Everything is done with with absolute knowledge behind it. And so a lot as well as the powerful and a lot as well as the all knowing. The last one that I want to give an example of is Aziz and Hamid, those two are paired together also in the Quran. Allah is Al Aziz the mighty the overpowering, and Allah is at Hamid the one who's the Praiseworthy one at hamdulillah he's an Hamid he's the one who's deserving of our brains. Why is Eliza and Hamid paired together?

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Most people abused their power What?

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purity Okay, how so purity

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So there's no corruption in the governor.

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allies are getting everything.

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It is all truth and goodness. Also a lot as a deal overpowers us right with his will allies and these were not so a lot overpowers us. But he isn't Hamid. And so in every time in which his decree overpowers us, however, he will motivate like the prophets I've sent him says that your father is sometimes sweet, and sometimes it's not sweet. Sometimes it's bitter. And so even in the bitter Eliza is that honey, even when I didn't

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get what I want it, even when I'm harmed, even when I'm sick a lot. I mean, even when I'm going through the darkest days of my life, a lot as we did is it honey?

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When I have allies at home eat and when I don't have a lot as it is. And yes, there were times where I would change my own script. If I could write, I would change my own script. And even as my script is not how I would like a lot as it is,

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in all circumstances.

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A lot.

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One of the meanings of Al Aziz is that he is the Almighty and he is the source of my agenda is the source of power. Allah is just as well as on cupola home in La Casa de la Jamia was Samuel it. Allah says do not let their speech grieve you don't know what they say harm you. Don't be so sad. By everything that people say. Whether they said it 1400 years ago, or whether they say it today or whether they say tomorrow, don't let it sat in you. Don't let it grieve you. Don't let it bring your confidence down. Don't let it break you don't let it weaken. You.

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elicited Elijah, all honor, all power it belongs to Allah has lived it. And then he disposes it to his servants, however he wishes, who has similar ideas a lot as good as the all seeing a lot as well. A lot of ideas or hearing a lot of ideas, the all knowing a lot also quotes, the Manasa T, who said Yoko Luna and Raja in Medina, the regional as well as a very larysa to Jamie and what is meaning? What?

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What is the

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meaning we're lacking in Manasa T. Lai Allah, Allah says to they say that if we return back to the city, these are the manassa when they said if we return back to the city, those of us who are honoured are going to kick out those who are debase, we're going to kick out these guys. And a lot as I just says, but to Allah belongs to the honor and the power, and to His Messenger, and to the believers. We're not going to lie on the moon, but the ministry and they don't know they're not aware.

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And I want you to remember this verse. The next time a lot as dojo blesses you to be able to go to Medina, inshallah, we all get a chance to go back to play, but

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you guys don't seem like you want to go. I mean,

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at least I want to go. So

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when you go there, and you see the size of the of the huddle, and you see the green dome. And you see at whatever time during the day or the night, you see crowds of people walking in and out. And you realize that these crowds never ever stopped.

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Right now, those crowds are going through that message. And they're all going and they're praying in the midst of the Navy. And they're going to give saddam total. So the last I said, and then they move a little bit to the right, and they get down to a walk and then they move a little bit to the right, and they get set up. So I'm gonna hop off the middle momineen. And then they go into genital bokaer. They go and they get set on to the believers.

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Where are these monopolies who we're talking about? We're going to kick the the debased ones out, where are their allies or promises that he says

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is it belongs to a lot. And it belongs to His Messenger, and it belongs to the believers, those believers they believed in that promise. And so 1400 years later, and contents that they didn't know existed. There be people sitting in masajid, being named after them

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from all over the world, traveling to that message, sending saddam upon them wherever they are, that is and allows you to dispose of those that is and so we're not harmed by the manipulation of any generation. We're not harmed by the hatred of people from any generation or any time or any place because a lot as a leader is the giver of Islam. And if we see good reason other than Allah,

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we always lose our losses in your circle Allah, Allah howdy bellicum.

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Allah says if you guys want a lot of support, if you get a lot of support, there's absolutely nobody once you have on your equation on your side of the equation, plus one that one being alive

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then there's no one on the other

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Their side of the equation who can overpower you? The scale is always tilted on your side.

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But if you get the entire world on your side and you don't get a lot as they're getting on your side, Amanda let them sort of come in body who is going to assist you support you after a loss? And then he says, Well, I don't love him, but let me know upon a lot as you let the believers rely dependent on allies.

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Okay, and we depend on ISIS. So

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of the reasons to have it is how do a person get his number one is to have humility and to forgive people and to overlook their shortcomings and mistakes regarding you the prophets of Allah this enemy says Manasa Takata me mad when masa de la, la La, La La, la, la, la, la, la La, the prophets of Allah they sent him he says three things. He says your charity will never diminish your wealth. Your charity will never diminish your wealth.

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And Allah never increases a person

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due to their forgiveness in anything except for his power. Every time you forgive people, it only raises your honor, your dignity, your power in the sight of Allah.

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And then he says no one humbles themselves for Allah except that a lot as that raises them the more you humble yourself the more Allah raises you then inverse relationship you humble yourself more a lot as it raises you more

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also from the causes of Ibiza and power and might is holding on to the Allah describes the Quran as being Kitab una Zi. So in the hula kita when as if it is a book that is as this is a book that is powerful, it is a mighty book. And so the more that a person holds on to the Quran recites it understands it reflects on it and holding yourself accountable to it. That person will soak up or be strengthened by the strength of the

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law and

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your thoughts with the restaurant disease.

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Okay, that's a very important that you only see guys from last. You make that your main source of thinking as? Yes.

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Did I?

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Wait, that person themselves says I'm not great.

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No, I don't

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just say one more time.

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Yeah, we're getting closer.

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Yeah, there are lots of different ways that you can do that. I mean,

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some people they need to be humbled. And so reminding them of where they started or who they are and things like that. There are

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like, Mama knows I. There was one time where he was.

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It wasn't that he was lucky. It was metahuman, Abdullah torchbearers. He said, It was one of the great scholars of the second generation. And he was sitting in the midst of than a man came in, who was a prince walking in the midst.

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Very proud. And so he saw methodically from Abdullah, this great scholar sitting down and didn't really welcome him or do anything special for him. So he said, Do you not know who I am? He said it in a British accent. I don't know why. So he said, Do you not know who I am? And he said, I thought if even Abdullah he said to him,

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I don't know who you are. You're someone who started off as a multi if you're someone who started off as a

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drop of liquid

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and someone who will turn to dust. And in between that year, the carrier of your own feces.

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really rough, right? He was like, What more do you

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So that was like a, like a humbling thing. But if a person is not like that they're just need to be reminded, then

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really, it's just about talking to them about.

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I would talk to them about others, like I would talk to them about what others have done, because nothing makes a person out of their bubble, like being compared to people who are truly great. Like people who really did amazing things, and comparing themselves to

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a lot of them, but I can talk to you more about it after

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you're Muslim.

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Very good. Also, reminding people that a lot is it gives them with holes. And that doesn't indicate a loss of love for anybody. You know, you have the story and sort of telegraph to the person who had two genders. And he thought that Eliza had given him so much because of that, and that a lot loved him because of that, and people fall into that delusion, they think that they're honored in the sight of Allah as though just because the fact that they're given a lot in the dunya and that's not the case at all.

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If you want to know your place with a lot and look at a last place with you,

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that's it.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is told by a lava lincolnton to have one life at February, live woman law say that if you love Allah, then follow me. Allah will love you. So I look at one Allah presence in my own life, for me to see how

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frequently I mentioned Allah, and to be thankful for that. And just, for example, just being here in the midst of this indication that a lot of Allah loves us because we could have been anywhere at this point in time, we could have prayed anywhere, or we could have not prayed, right anyway. And so all of these things are things that you take into,

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into that equation.

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Okay, the last one that I want to go over very quickly, inshallah is algebra,

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Alright, so

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algebra, is also mentioned salted hash hash, and it's an attribute. It's one of those attributes that when a person has it, it's bad.

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When a person has the attribute of Jabba, that's not a good thing.

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So for example, reciting Salaam says,

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What am IA Jelani? jubbaland sharqiya. He says about himself, a lie did not make me jabaal a tyrant Shakira wretched. Allah didn't make me like that.

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analyze it says Ella tiene una de la la la la la home cavora maakten en De La Hoya and the Latina mocha delicato la who Allah Coolio, lb moussaka, Beringia bow those who dispute concerning the signs of a lot without an authority having come to them, Allah has hatred for great for his hatred of them in the sight of a lot and in the sight of those who have believed. First, a lot of seal over every heart belonging to an arrogant tyrant. So what are the meanings of the vulture bar? Number one,

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he compels, he compels when someone says an image bore means like I'm compelled to do something. Allah azzawajal is the one who compels his creation. How does he do that? He fashions them, he creates them, he shapes them, our looks, our characteristics, all of these things. We didn't have a choice in a lot as well.

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Even the things that we do on a day to day basis, our heartbeats and our breaths and the way that our bodies function, all of these things we don't have control over. It is a lot as good with our nerves and our blood it's all under the control of a lot as we did in our wakefulness and in our sleep. Mahatma Dominika

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he said out of the line Hola Hola. He says he was called a Jabbar because yes brutal. halka Allah Allah. Allah azza wa jal compels the creation to what he wishes. The second meaning of Al Jabbar is much more casserole. Allah is the one who fixes our brokenness. So one of the meanings of Jabbar is the one who fixes the one who corrects.

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I'm reminded of the great scholar said he didn't say the bin jubair same word. Jubail means not who fixes so even better when he met at hijack even use of dodgy music was the tyrant and he wanted to kill so either in a debate, the tyrants have been or may have had judge. He asked him, he said

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Say them to Japan had been hiding for him for 10 years in a village outside of Mecca. And when he finally found him in Tibet, he summoned him. And he said to him, what's your name? He said, and I said, Sir, I'm sorry.

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Even jubair He said, Well, antishock Libyan Crusader, he said, rather you are the wretched because he said, it means the felicitous right? So he and he says, But unto shocky, you're the wretched and debate is the one who fixes he said, but unfortunately, even Crusade, you're the one, you're the wretched, the son of the broken. And sorry, though the line who said to him, my mother knew my name better than you did.

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And the story continues, but

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Jabara is the one who fixes our broken nest, he's the one who takes care of his creation. He's one who conceals their mistakes, the one who fixes it also, kind of if you ever have you have a friend or a family member who, they're the one who are always fixing your mistakes.

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Maybe if you don't have one, maybe you're that person.

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In which case, we all salute you, right? You're the one who everybody's messes and things like that. You're the one who's coming and cleaning up and fixing and saving and all of that type of stuff. Right? Well, the lighting method, Allah Allah does that for all of his creation, all of our lips, all of our mistakes. Sometimes you just think about somehow all of these children like who protects these children from everything that they they go through right?

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Allah is the one who fixes all of that. The prophets of the lightest cinnamon is Roku and in his suit, actually in the province of the lies before that the province I sent him in his Jensen between the two sides of that in between his two such as the province of all I sent him used to say as recorded baby and I bass are narrated by him, and I bust a llama for me what how many people knew I didn't allow my family or law forgive me? What how many and have mercy on me? Would you burn me and fix me? Why Dini and guidance was opening and provide for me.

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He used to say this in his jelsa between the two sides of this also of the meanings of Al jubeir or al Jabbar sorry, is

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the overpowering, the one who everyone submits to and all of creation submits to his mind and his power. Also, Al Jabbar is the one who's high, he's above everything. And the last thing I'll say about

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Jabbar is

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vilja wrote, one of the meanings of Al Jabbar is good, Java wrote, and Java wrote is the possessor of mulk dominion, Obama, greatness and matched glory. All of these things are combined in this concept of Java and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to say in his aku and his suit. So pan India wrote when melaku while Kibriya when Obama the province the lesson and you see how absolved from it perfection is the possessor of a juggler with all of these things when mallacoota in the kingdom will keep it here and pride, an album and greatness. All of that is from a Jabbar a beautiful thing that I learned from Chicago, but I hate one time, he was giving a haka and he was mentioning this

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concept. He wasn't talking about a Jabbar, he was actually talking about a man but he he mentioned a

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a beautiful, he said one of the Moroccan scholars was asked should you beat kids to teach them the Quran?

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Yes or no?

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Obviously, yes.

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Anyway, so she has Ibrahim he said that this Moroccan scholar was asked and he said should you should we be kids like Should we do what my daughters have been doing and could have been doing and duck seas have

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been doing? He said he said the scholar pause that he said a lot so just said man, Allah

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and he didn't say Jabbar

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beautiful Rachel Abraham's deep man, I keep telling you guys

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so a Rahman Allah Pura

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even then a Jabbar is a beautiful name with a beautiful connotation. The one who fixes us the one who takes care of us and the one who

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overpowers us. So kind of Todd. Do you guys have any last thoughts for Jabbar? Yes.

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Our my greatness glory matched.

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Okay, so that which is last, the last digit is the one who is the jackpot, beautiful. So whether your brokenness is because of something that happens to you, or something that happened to someone else or something that is lost from you that you love or that is dear, a lot as well is the one who corrects and a lot as it is the one who exists.

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that's true. But with regards to some of these names like Jabbar, I personally have not come across a context where jebat is a good thing for a human being. I've never seen Danny Eliza, just cause the people have followed us, sorry, the people of Japan.

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As I said, I'm still a major I need to abolish it. There's I haven't I have not maybe you have I haven't come across anything in which the term jabaal in and of itself.

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For Jabbar?

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Yeah, no, not for human beings. But for a lot of, there's some things that are specific for a loss. So for example, Kibriya we didn't have time to get into that we would have done that next year. But keep it out, which is pride. Now for a lot of pride is something my mood and for human beings. kpti is something that's bad, except in one instance, that the province that I sent him told us about and which came out as something that's good, where a person has pride. But other than that, for human beings. So some of these attributes are specific for a lot as a good they're good. They're they're perfect when it comes to a lot as well.

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But when it comes to human beings, they're they're not

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Abdul Jabbar is different, because you're saying I'm the slave of Allah Jabbar. I'm not Jabbar. I'm Abdul Jabbar. There's a big difference. You see what I'm saying? I can't be named a man. I can't call myself a rock or rock man. I can't call myself but I can be

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In battle with the janitor of the law and the prophets although I send him Battle of whether he felt that his sword

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and he said who will take this sword for its price and the Buddha said what is its price and the prophet SAW the lightness and that said that you strike the enemy with it until it breaks so with the Jana said I'll take it for that price. And then he took the sword and then he put on his redhead bat. And he began to walk with a whole lot of arrogance.

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A whole lot of arrogance. Yeah swag, whatever.

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And then the prophets Allah said and looked at the way he was walking like he was struggling and he said that is a walk that ally hates a lion His Messenger hate except in this instance

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right because it's it's a battle. So you need all of the

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that you got

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Okay, so it's all the next week we'll continue with sort of the gaff which we need inshallah he'll be back to accommodate everybody. So panic alarm of having the condition to Allah. Allah Allah. Antinous, Dr. O'Connor to with a Salaam Alaikum

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Yeah. What's that?