The Prophets Series #29 Dawud (AS)

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The speakers discuss the importance of knowing one's stance in Islam, particularly in situations where one is facing a wrong call, and the importance of respecting family members and not just trying to manipulate others. They also touch on the importance of showing one's stance in a situation where one is facing a wrong call, and the importance of showing one's stance in a situation where one is facing a wrong call. The speakers emphasize the importance of trusting one's knowledge and power to avoid harming others and finding one's own way to grow in life.

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A lot of you are gonna get

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handed a level. So that was salam ala Rasulillah. Brothers and Sisters in Islam. We continue now the Stories of the Prophets and the lessons that we can derive from them by the will of Allah. Last week we finished the end of the life the we finished talking about the end of the life of Prophet Musa alayhis, Salam and haram. And just to recap what happened straight after it. Well, there was a hadith of the god to mention which is in Bihari, that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam once said

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when he died when the angel of death came and took him, before that Musa alayhis, Salam asked Allah dua, he said, Oh Allah,

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please allow my grave, allow me to be very

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close to the door of Jerusalem, of the Holy Land number Boxall. And this tells us that Musa alayhis salam was not yet inside of Jerusalem, he was still outside with the other children of Israel, in the land of loss wood.

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And the Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu. Selim says, If I could be there right now, and you are with me, I could show you where his grave is.

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But if you ever go there, it is on the side of the pathway, there is a pathway that leads to what used to be the Gates of Jerusalem. This was a very common thing in those days, even now, in the Middle East, you'll find many towns and cities with ancient ruins, they had gates and fortresses or walls where you entered. So he says it's close to the Gates of Jerusalem on the pathway to there on the side, on the on the on the base of the Red Mountain.

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As you can see below, the Red Mountain, there is now it's a tourist place, they're now

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close to Jerusalem, at the end of Jordan, on the entrance to a Luxor

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and somewhere there is the grave of Musa alayhis salam.

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And the Prophet Muhammad also said he is not very far off from the doors of Jerusalem. He said he is about a rock threw away, a rock thrown away. Because through a Rock Health homeopathy, only Allah has exactly what his greatness. But it was, it was just interesting to notice. My brothers and sisters, then Musa alayhis salam after his death, there was a second generation of the children of Israel.

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It seems that they had entered Jerusalem

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with the prophet could have been the prophet to use SHA Joshua.

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And they stayed in terms of the next Prophet came out he was shown when, and I'm just saying his name

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including the people of Babylonia. They initially took the Kenites out the Giants out, and the Canaanites that were called the KineMaster. Were always trying to come back into Jerusalem.

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This generation was a little bit more pious and righteous than the other generation of the children of Israel. But not yet they're not all the way righteous, there's still some of them weak in their faith.

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So Allah sent a king from among them, um, kind of a story short, his name was to loot Seoul in the Bible. And the way it happened was that the children of Israel, they got tired and exhausted from fighting battles after battles, and they felt they were getting weaker.

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They always had prophets but there was no prophet who was a king. Now can the time for the children of Israel to have a king Why was the king we said last week with the difference between a Lebanon a prophet, not a Rasul, Nabi and Rasul the two different things, nothing prophet, and a king is that a prophet does not rule.

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He is not an authority. He is one who wants the devices guides tells them what Allah has commanded and prohibited, and it's up to them to accept or reject, but he doesn't have the authority of command and ordering armies, for example.

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So they asked for a king who can be an authority over them because the children of Israel are being lost in faith and are starting to divide, and the only a king can unite them because they had remembered the ancestors with Pharaoh

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like a king.

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So Allah says to them Talos is your King through the prophet, although it was not a very important man among them, and he was a blacksmith. However, Allah had given him size in his body, he was massive. It was a big band muscley, very tall,

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similar to the Canaanites, because remember, the children of Israel were afraid of the candidates that would beat him talk.

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So last time that I chose him, and they were hesitant, they said, We don't want him because he hasn't got wealth, and he's not reputable among us.

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So you shall say to them, I will give you a sign from Allah, how about or give you a sign that Allah commanded him to be a king, that he will bring you back the Ark of the Covenant or the covenant of the ark, it was basically a chest which they made out of gold, or whatever. And they had things material clothes, and the rocks that the part of the total was in, carved into, though in that chest. And I saw it as kind of like a good luck charm. But not quite that because I should cut they weren't doing ship. But they looked at it as a motivation to have it as though Allah is blessing them when they have the covenant. And they felt guilty that it had gone from them another group and

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taking it from them. And that's possibly the reason why they're losing. So they wanted the call of the ark to give them more morale.

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So the ark came back to them, the angels brought back to them before their eyes, and they knew this was a sign to take dogs as a king. Allah said, in Allah, Scott Zyro, Allah has given followed Zahlavova soccer field, it was just a lot of training, superior overview, because he has knowledge and wisdom. And number two is a big body and slice. And that had an effect on the children of Israel, especially that he was the size of the enemy, the Canaanites, so it gave them more relative strength. So they followed him, but they were hesitant. Barlow decided to give them a test of their faith, because he knows that people can't fight and stand against the enemy, and standard against

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chumps until there are challenges until their faith is strong. So you have to put them to a test to make sure that as people stay behind it, he said, we're going across a river, possibly the river of Jordan, none of you was allowed to drink from that river, except a handful. And when you pass it, don't look back. Simple tests. Allah says in the Quran, for shattering or minimum, for surely more minimal in kalila women, the majority of men drank from the river and disobeyed their king, except a small amount, maybe about a third of them were righteous enough not to drink more than a handful and look back. And so the answer was reduced from a big size to a third of it. Very small army that were

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less than about half of the enemy now

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after that Little Giants.

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Now it seems to me well model from these verses, that the children of Israel have the most Jerusalem at this time, they went inside of a Luxor, and a Canaanite had taken it back.

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So Allah said to them, Go and take it back. And Obi Wan victor will help you. That's why they crossed the river of Jordan, towards Jerusalem. Now when they face the Canaanites, the Canaanites came out

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and said, We can't fight them out on the road when we were a small amount, and the Lord stood up and he said to them, remember how many times Allah has given victory to small amounts of people against bigger announces people just hold on to your ropes or hold to Allah and fight with the reliance upon Allah subhanaw taala so they headed forward. But then came a huge man, the biggest man of the Canaanites Academy said I challenge any one of you is very close to a jewel, his name was

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in the Bible, Goliath, massive beat

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the law of state. So toto stood up and he said, this is this is this has to be a victory and we can, he said, rely on Allah. They said we're referring to, he said, Anyone who can fight Joe Lord, Goliath, I will give me my daughter to marry and he will inherit my kingdom. He'll be the king after me. Obviously, this was the color of Allah. A small man came out from among them. He was still young, maybe 15 or 16 years old. teenager. He was white, blue eyes be guys. Very nice to look at when you looked at him, you loved him.

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He had a word for it. And in the era of birth traditions, a wide forehead was a symbol of wisdom. Because his hair starts high. They say it's a symbol of wisdom alone. He's smiling this little area because it's his thoughts quite emotional. Am I luckily with wisdom say me, me your son. Like father like son of a sheep going back and

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brothers and sisters

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dad would was that a teenager he was blondish and white, but he was short and stocky. He comes up to face shadowed. And Jared says to him, I don't want. I don't want to give your parents pain by losing you still young go back to your parents. And he said, If you don't want to give my parents pain, I want to give your parents pay for losing you. So he says, Well, you're an arrogant, young man. So he was a master at using a slingshot. So he used the slingshot that you see the Palestinians today use against attacks. And he threw that slingshot the rock went straight to his talk to a place in his forehead, that connected to his heart and vital organs and brains where they met. And subhanAllah he

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killed him. I don't know if he made a blood clot in his brain or something. He killed the big man, dilute Goliath fell to the ground and the children of Israel's morale lifted and then the profit of them USIA or, or Sham. Well, it was with him and follow they screamed out what Allah subhanaw taala said in the Quran, go forward by the will of Allah and they all shouted Carlu they all said, Oh Allah, you are a resistance and on you will rely on. This shows us that from here on.

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The children of Israel who were lifted are the main ones who fought their way into Jerusalem, were now more righteous than the ones before them, and the ones before they were more righteous than the original ones. And it seems from the verses now that they are becoming more civilized, they are advanced now.

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And so this young man would inherit the kingdom from target so and he becomes the first ever Prophet, who is a king, no prophet or messenger had ever been a king before there would Allah His Salah.

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So he became the King and King meant power. And Allah has given them without any seller, a power and authority that no other prophet or messenger before him had.

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This download on in his center is a very interesting prophet. Let's now look at his character.

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First of all, Allah subhanaw taala says in silica is sort of shut down the regimes that are minimal him or allow poker

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And your Lord knows who is in the heavens and who is in the earth, or Allah or the body, about one IV

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juicers and says, We have favorite some profits over our profits were favored some by giving them certain miracles, which we didn't give to other products, or they're in the mood as a whole or the whole would what we favored him with was that we gave him the Psalms. One of the words on the line, one of the books of Allah, Allah sent down four books that we know that he told us about. They were the Torah, the Old Testament, the Torah that was sent on to which Prophet

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Morsani center, the second book sent was this one, as a whole, the Psalms, the Psalms was not a totally new book. It was repeating the same stuff that was in the Koran.

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But some of the stuff in the Torah was lost. And it just came to fill the gaps, what was lost with the children of Israel?

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You understand?

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And so it filled the gaps and brought back and what were the suborder mainly filled with it wasn't filled with laws. It just brought back the reinstated the horrors of the of the of the Torah, says follow the Torah and grow words of dhikr words of remembrance, beautiful smiles, beautiful disobedience, different ways, very nice language, in the Aramaic language, or maybe the Hebrew language, the old, the old manager of the Hebrews wasn't an Arabic. So there were words on thicker words from Allah that praise Allah and praise the, you know, his creator, his his Allah's miracles in his creation and glorify Him subhanaw taala all beautiful words

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that entered the heart and lifted the spirits through spirituality of people

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that were that he set out to laptop visible. And the way he used to convey it to his people, was just how

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he used to sing it with a melodious voice.

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Now, some people have asked Why do you say sing You shouldn't say sing? My brothers and sisters. That's the word for in English. You sink melodiously but it's not like the singing of other of music that people sing today.

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Even Russell also said Sam will come to a shell on site, which is in Bukhari to sing the Quran. But that's the Arabic word what it means is make your voice as nice, make it melodious in reading the Quran, and that will that is salaam used to

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recite if you like there's a whole melodiously with a beautiful voice, so beautiful that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam called it Mismaloya he,

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he acquainted hid, not acquainted. He gave an example of his voice like a flute, like the flute, it had its notes, it sounded we followed a pattern. It was pleasant to the ear presents to the heart right, except there was the words of Allah so it turns you to the auto Allah's Tana God. He used to melodiously recite this award if you like, and the law says the sort of solid

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with food rather than wound and they in

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effect, the first bounce off, it's been

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going on he says to Muhammad sallahu wa salam Hamlet's Allah says Allah says to him, be patient with what they are saying about these. The Qureshi is to call him a madman, a crazy man, all these things so a lot housing big patient, and let me tell you the story of that route. You know,

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relate to the story of our dear slave, our dear servant, dangled the ad, he had authority and power.

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In number aware, he used to always make Vickery aware

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if you recite the Quran in a specific time in the day, or you have time to recite the Quran, regularly, you're doing, you're being in a world you're being one who is making the could if you pray in the night social, you're being in a world. So they are actions that you do outside of the compulsory acts of worship. Your sunnah is aware, there's also specifically a slap in the middle of the day is called Doha.

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And it's mentioned in sort of Israel.

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He says, As a well being in America and in our in other fora, ALLAH is forgiving always. To those who are awareness. Those who constantly worship Allah voluntarily and praise Him and they make times for themselves you you make time for yourself to remember Allah no one asks you to do it, you know, when you feel like going and making a door and then praying to records and then deciding to recite the Quran for 15 or half an hour 15 minutes or half an hour. This is called a when you pray in the middle of the day just before whatever it's called sabbatical how just after the sun rises up to about just before Google if you pray this called celestial perhaps was also called selection aware

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being the creator of a Webby In fact, I'll tell you about the son that will be very quickly just from a few clips of so you can take this away ensure that those who don't know but also lost a lot of setting I'm setting the site I did that every month from every Muslim every day, every day and Muslim should give charity should give charity with every joint in his body.

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Every joint of your body has to do a good act every day.

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And there are 300 and something joints in the body and they said the also the law How do we do that? Every joint in our body there's a lot of good things he said so level that you have prayed or were being prayed to rock house you pray after sunrise before Hello you got a few hours there to zip it covers a solid

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a good day for every joint of your body.

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One brother said to me once we were at the masjid during Ramadan Africa and he says to me have you given charity on behalf of every joint of your body today brother said what? Oh you mean Salah

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You cheeky boy so I went to pray Salat. It's amazing when you have friends who remind you of the worship of Allah beautiful sign. Mel always take righteous people around us and always be the Friends of righteous people who remind us and help guide us and we guide them in that say I mean my brothers and sisters in Islam in you know who are aware. So this is the character of the older lady Sarah. And while says in nurse Uncommon Energy bad and more yourself behave in an Archie one issue. Otto, Allah says, We make the mountains

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praise along with him. Whenever he recited this aboard or recited words of vicar and send them well. The mountains you should echo his voice but

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Not get covered by the way because for us a loss make sure there's something special about its ticker, as if the mountains are hearing, you know, the rocks have life in the Quran, rocks and trees, they have life. They're living beings, but they're not living like us, of course. And then he used to hear done with Ally center and these two Oh, when they used to praise with him.

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Bill how shaky when he showed up what is rock, when

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at sunset, or to start the sunset, and in the morning when the sun rises. So when I say Mr. Munger, reciting the board and words of liquor, and seeing them melodiously when the sun rose and when the sunset,

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then Allah says, What are you I'm not sure I can go low level.

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And the birds, all types of birds, all types of birds, they used to gather in flocks above him. Can you imagine that? In the morning, is sitting the dog the board is praising Allah, the mountains are echoing and flocks of birds will come from the trees and the mountains and they would hover in flux above him.

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Could you do level aware of all of them, the mountains, the rocks, and the birds all praising along with them? And

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how did they brace in their own language? Allah says in the Quran, were even in shape in inlay yourself becoming handy. There is anything except that he praises Allah and glorifies Him whenever he met at the con when at the Sirhan, but you think humans cannot understand the glorification is what they say?

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Everything processed in their own language. Allah said or shared, how do you get more? I mean, I wonder Hake Madonna was also a ball. But not only that. They've dealt with another center that something special. He gave him a very strong authority and very strong kingdom.

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He was respected here or everybody obey him without hesitation. What I know from his command. A lot of things, would hikma who can tell me from what we've been talking about in the past weeks. The difference between our Aiden and hikma?

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Eric, come on. I've mentioned a few times now, who would like to have a good

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night is knowledge and

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knowledge. And hikma is wisdom piping Very good. What's the difference between knowledge and wisdom?

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Applying wisdom is applying the knowledge in the right place in its right place.

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So you can't have wisdom without knowledge. But you can have knowledge without wisdom. You can have knowledge and throw it away. But people have knowledge about the past and how to split it out and what they do with it. We created the atom bomb and heal people with it. That's knowledge. It's not Hickman it's evil. So wisdom is putting the knowledge in one place. That's what it's all about. Allah says in the Quran, woman OTL hexametaphosphate OTL higher cathedral to visit the web is given knowledge and wisdom Then he has been given so much wealth, there is no greater wealth than that in life. My brothers and sisters, the holidays, Sam had hikma were forced lengthy call, not only did he

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have wisdom, he was so amazing in his speech. And in the way he presented cases. And the way he thought about cases that were presented in front of him for some advice means he was able to hear a story or a case or an argument or a complaint long for hours. And then he was able to systematically take what's important from that, gather it together,

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analyze it quickly. And then give the right judgment for what the underlying issue is not many people can do that. And when we talk we go right left, left right and center that when we lose ourselves we go off topic without word was so amazing that he can take a whole speech and a complaint. And he would sit through sifted through sifted through until it gets to the crux of the core of what what the issue is and then resolve it.

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And it's like a domino effect. he resolves the main core, everything else becomes resolved. Right, resolves it from the roof it was able to identify the root cause and solve it, which means there will be Alayhis Salam was

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a judge. He had a court and he was a judge. So Allah maybe a judge

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And he was able to do to rule and to look at cases and give verdicts and rulings for people's rights perfectly. Very rare for a person to have such wisdom and knowledge.

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Allah says, Whatever than anything in

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the admin formula we have given that word from us a favor, LG ban or our will be in our no bully, own mountains sing along with him in praise and birds sing along with him in practice. So that's what Allah says about him. Something special about the way that we mentioned before is that he had a marvelous voice. In fact, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tells us a marvelous his voice is and the scholars unanimously agree that from the Sunnah we understand that no one on earth had a nicer voice.

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A nicer sounding voice melody than that without insulin. He had the most beautiful voice in the world. No one ever has one like him and in Imam Muhammad in his sunnah he said.

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the companion finished his salah. Then he asked Who is that?

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He said, they said, that is Abu Musa and Ashanti Yaroslava His name is almost from South Wales companion. No seven smiled and he said, no cut Olympians now and minimize any reality that

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Allah has given him a melodious voice from the melodious choose

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of the family of doubt.

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This tells us that not only dealt with her mother's voice, but certainly with relatives and family. It wasn't genetics he was it was it was a hereditary

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also in so hidden behind him props are sending out a message of a new set in the masjid and he said to him Yeah, about Musa Lacan.

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Room Sir, you have been given one flutes from the flutes of the family of Delta. He called it a flute, meaning it sounds melodious as if it's an instrument of music as if it's a flute, his voice.

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Having said this, let's just go into some few key matters that will benefit us in sha Allah. Rasool Allah is someone want to send them says in the authentic hadith, man as even more holy che in Eleni, can I then Lena be given yet the Quran ah ha will be.

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met earlier means Messiah.

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Allah has never listened to anything more favorite to him than listening to a prophet who melodiously recite the Quran out loud

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was listening. We cannot describe at least a campus leadership or one SME or gossip. There's nothing like it but he he is and six. So he says Allah loves In other words, he loves listening to a personalized who has a nice voice and can recite the Quran with a nice voice out loud, not loud, louder, screaming you can hear it.

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in Sahih Bukhari Prasanna Sen this hadith actually is in Bacala, the one I just recited in behind it as well as almost as an accent may submit now many will be at the London and Bill Quran, Asia will be

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he's not really one of us. Who does not use their voice to recite the Quran nicely with a nice voice. What it means is that if you have a nice voice, you should use it when you recite the Quran.

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So it's an encouragement from across the whole idea.

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Because people resort to using their nice voices if they have one, usually two things that the shofar loves

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the process and it encourages us to use a nice voice as much as we can, even if you don't have one tribe

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with the Quran and he used to say nothing is more worthy for a nice voice than the Quran.

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Obviously, using his voice to the Quran is not like music. It has its rules and his conditions it's Baca learn little bit back then that was on the Quran and recited within it. My brothers and sisters in is a more than said about what I learn healthy

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Need Not only that, we made iron, metal, easy to maneuver and use in the hands of

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metal and oil that will die salam ala it makes two things Either he was soft in the woods hands he was able to

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move you know create things from metal and it turned into like doh or clay in his hands literally. Another tafsir interpretation is that Allah gave them with a solid knowledge of how to control and manipulate metal and iron in any form he wanted. In either way, he was given the power and the knowledge and the ability to play around with metal and make whatever he want he wished. And so my dear brothers and sisters that will make may surprise you to know

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that the salah is the first man on earth to invest and make

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the chain like ah,

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chain little tiny chains connected to each other to make a bodysuit and armor for better.

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He was the first man

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to chain one arm that was lights because the rings and it was stronger than the full bodies, which everyone else used.

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Allah says this in the Quran, and ethnomedicine the lighting were quite delicious with some of our said that he taught that without insulin to make body armor. And we said to him, come to the facility, make the rings,

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make the rings, estimate the rings and make them perfect, not too big so that the sword can penetrate through and not too small. So the armor becomes heavy and it defeats the purpose. And don't make it sharp so it hurts the person make it smooth and softer. So he made the rings that were pleasant, and user friendly. But at the same time very strong. And light

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was a man who saw you use your knowledge and your power for good.

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When Allah gives you a gift, you have to use it for good. It's an allowance of trust. It's not something to just have power over people and oppress. In me the man that made a woman ever see a woman says And be careful. Whatever you do on watching

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the law in your life saying it to the prophet, and all those who are given gifts and skills. I did not give you the skills Allah is saying so that you can abuse it and wasted but to use it for good and see where you can put it and never be haughty. Don't think that you're above everyone superior to everyone. You have a gift, use it, but use it in good in a way that pleases almost

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in sort of solid and very interesting story comes and I would like to spend 15 minutes on down.

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Do we have 15 minutes, but very important. Please read the sisters if you can give me your attention. This is very important. In fact, Antoine said is very important. Allah said it's very important when he still told the story to the Prophet Muhammad salah. Awesome. So let's listen. Allah says in surah of soil to Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam.

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Well, have you ever again ever asked me in testimony you may have all that.

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And Mohammed in other words,

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have you heard

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of the important news?

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The word used here is never

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in a suit the number I made this I do not I never in a holding in Arabic you can say never. Any other words you can use is any error here

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is another word for another is her color. Hover means news and never means news.

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But the difference in Arabic Why did Allah use the word debit here? Because now that means important news. You must listen. It's important news. But how about me is any news? Not important? News is just anything what the media does today. You know, when they got nothing good to say and they just want ratings and they just give you some silly news.

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That's just old news. Now that is important news. It's important for everyone to know. So Allah says, has the important news come to you

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about some people

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who broke in who broke in

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over the fence.

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Where did they break into?

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Allah says is definitely known why Allah muda

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First thing I've been home

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they broke in breaking entry they went over the fence into,

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into across the fortress into dashboards home Alehissalaam.

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God moolah have he got a friend? They said to him, don't be afraid,

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postman and email ball about doing

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Benina help we want to do Shimpo or headin early last

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year. So God, Allah says, So, behold the important news when a group of people broke into I don't know, that is sedans and home over the fence. They entered upon him in the hub, the main hub is

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where he met people, it's where you hosted the guests, while the entrance of the home or the lounge. That's where he met people and in the nights don't realize sometimes to use that place for worship, that would have made his day two to three thirds, a third for worship, a third for going in between the people and judging between them and listen to their complaints, and the third for himself and his family. So the third of the night was his worship in his morale and how old we are means his place of worship, just like Maryam Ali has set out about Mr. Korea entered onto her in that Mahara where she worships. So it is a place of worship. They enter into his place of worship. I say this

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because there's different interpretations. Some people think that they entered upon him when he was sleeping in his bedroom. No, he wasn't in his bedroom. He was in his place of worship awake, and about to pray. So he was fully focused on his salad.

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He got afraid from them. Why? Because they didn't enter from the entrance. And it was locked. It wasn't a time for people to come in with their complaints. And how did they make it in like that? He got afraid. He thought they were thieves. They thought they were coming to kill him. And so this tells that we're gonna start with also a human being he got scared. And the first thing they said to him, don't be afraid. We are two disputing opponents. We're disputing about a manner that we need you to judge between us. One of us, one of us, wronged the other. We don't know who each one of us is claiming that the other one wrong demand.

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FICO bailarina judged between us. This is what an order it's not a request the ordering him.

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behalf hacked. In truth, yeah, that would be just what I pushed it. And don't swerve off the truth. You better be fed,

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what had been the most awareness about and guide us to the correct and straight path?

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This is a rude way of approaching a judge these people he doesn't know who they are. Firstly, they entered without permission. First one thing number two,

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they're telling him you're gonna judge family. He hasn't even judged yet. So that's a rude thing to say to a judge. It's as if they're assuming that he's going to judge wrongly, and go by his desires.

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And do not be unjust and Goddess to the straight path, but don't be afraid.

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There then based on bar sales.

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In the head,

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it seems that there were two groups like more than more than two people, because Allah mentioned them in the plural term is the halal. Many of them otherwise would have said, the hijab to people. But it was two groups. It seemed like there was one man and another man. And they will argue about something. And there was support, there was a group that came with this man and another group that came with this man supporting each one support.

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So one of them spoke, one man spoke. And he said in the head that

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this man here is my brother.

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Not my brother, meaning my blood brother. It means he is my brother, he is my friend. But Muslims call each other brother. And the reason why he said to that when he is my brother and even say as my friend or my partner is because he wants to emphasize to the board.

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That you know, he's not a stranger to me. I brought him close to me we have a good relationship. So that means whatever has happened between us is quite serious because we have a close relationship. I consider him my brother. And when you have a dispute with family, it's far worse than having a dispute with strangers, isn't it? A strike

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So you have a dispute and they're gone again but family ever dispute you may lose your brother you know the family members your mother, you know is your cousin in the correct because you have to see them again. So he's telling you that when it's a serious matter I hope that him like a brother

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and we have a dispute and what's interesting is that he still called him a brother even though they were in dispute.

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Muslims don't become enemies to each other because they disagreed on something

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that's why almost emphasizes so called in your brother, you are still brothers and sisters even with disputes. Okay, Allah characters to solve it.

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In the Hunter Valley, this is my brother. He has a level of discernment, discernment Adalja he has 99 Use e w e s use our female sheep

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when he Elijah, and I only have one you

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for god sake comes up to me for calling I mean I was sent you can look at all he started pressuring me. And pressuring me with tough words. And he kept arguing with me

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and insisted on me giving him my one you like he's got 99 He wants to buy one you to put it to his use because he wants to make more money and he kept using words like you're my brother man. You know Pharaoh, Malaysians love you, brother in law for yourself. Come on, give it to anyone you give it to me and you know, maybe I'll give you some profit. And and I said to him no. Right. But he kept on insisting and pressured me and pushed me until he just made the give it to him under pressure.

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Immediately Deadwood may occur addict

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carbidopa can be so early can algebric he said immediately? Well, he has oppressed you he has wronged you. Any people who get into a business partnership with anyone else. Majority of the majority of them, they wronged each other and they oppress each other except those who truly believe in Allah sincerely. and do righteous deeds for the sake of Allah what called Eagle Mountain and they are very rare.

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That is true.

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business partnerships when it comes to money, property, business partnerships, majority of people no matter how close you are, how religious you are.

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The majority of people oppress each other.

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They take away from the other person they argue with them, they're trying to give them less they're trying to give them steal from each other trying to manipulate to try to all these things. And that will that sense is what Cardinal mamoun Not many people live in very rare who will work perfectly.

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Well one like I would do and

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suddenly Allah says Dan will then realize that Allah was definitely testing him

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for so far. He asked Allah to forgive him, Well, how about

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and he went into sushi with

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roku. I know it means Valley. But sometimes when you put up with cholera or archaeon, it means that we need to social what Allah and he returned back to Allah says Allah Allah, forgive me for my mistake. For the first level, Allah says, So We forgave him vaniqa we're in the low end, and then

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we forgave him for his error. And with us is a high degree of failure to the road. And a beautiful end What a beautiful avid slave he's so let's analyze these verses, my brothers and sisters.

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What happened to do with why did he make the error and why did he ask for forgiveness? It seems to us it is the right thing. Correct? Let's see what the mistake is. First of all,

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there would be Santa did not listen to the other party before he gave the judgment.

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Normally, he would listen.

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First time that would make sense sake. It tells us that he is a human being. But it also tells us that he was scared because they came at a time when he was not ready. They came at it. They entered in a way that was wrong. So he was kind of scared, startled, he couldn't think straight. So he hurry with his judgment because obviously he had an adrenaline rush. Someone comes into your house suddenly like that, you get an adrenaline rush. They approached him with a commanding voice. And there's a broad group of them.

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What is the error to one error? He just before he heard the other side of the story. And number two, he judged when he was not in the right state of mind completely to judge and the scholars. There is a whole school of you studied this in Sharia law school. There's a whole semester they call up the law, Judge judging in court and laws and how to apply laws. And one of the things they tell us interestingly from this verse, is that

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You should not try to judge between people if you have the ability to, while you are not in a relaxed and focused set. So if you're sleeping, if you're sick, if there's conflict of interest, if you're startled, you should not judge in those times.

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But more importantly, there was no set down, he made a small mistake by not listening to the other side. Now from the verses, it seems that they have left. And then he realized when he calmed down because of the little while, while ago who got forgotten. What is later one other words we've said to him. So after they read it, he realized that I did not listen to the other side. And I judged and immediately went to sue and asking a lot to forgive him did not hesitate. Right?

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There's always three sides to a story. How many sides?

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Not to

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two sides or three sides. three sides.

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Your side?

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My side? Who's the third side? No.

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Sorry, I feel fine. I understand. You really? The judge is listening. He's got it even stories. There are three sides. My side, your side.

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And the truth. Yeah, the judge points out the truth. You're not wrong. And the truth? Why? I'm emotional. I'll say something. Oh, and I'll manipulate Oh, he was like, but I thought we can fix this. We'll give him his own money. I think Justice is normally when

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you show your show questions, and finally arrives at the truth. That's why almost isn't you and Alena and Jacqueline fester can be another infidel again, are you gonna believe if somebody comes to you to tell you a news? That is That does not sound good. First. That means you bring in a news The news is out top is out of morality. And he for example, kind of says someone stole No, that's that's out of morality. Allah says for the video. Clarify, verified, but wait.

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Not everybody has to verify. So it wasn't. As soon as the news come together, tell me don't tell me that I told you now have to go and verify. You think it's an obligation? It's not an obligation to verify Number one, first of all, think? Is it your business to verify

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what you want to verify? Number two, if you want to verify, are you capable of judging and solving or do you just want to hear the gossip?

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No. If you're not capable of judging, it's not your business.

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Same metal last night that I bring out you know the goodness between you and walk away.

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Walk away.

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Rahim Allah hurry in early for COBRA, Waka Vida Hello, Suzanne's in my love mercy on a person who knows their limits and stops at the limit. Even I suppose as enemies to say something I didn't used to say to his companions. No had this only I have not heard.

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Please go don't come and tell me stuff about other people. For in your head one. Of course I like almost every setting. I love to come out and look at you. One my chest is at ease with everybody. Just coming here told me this person said this is that business unless it's really harmful. So I remember the sisters, verify if you need to judge.

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Now a few lessons as well from here.

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We learned that it's wrong. To enter upon a person

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from the backdoor from the garden from the from from from places from the fence from you have to enter from the front of the house and with permission. Allah says and if you go to visit someone in the Quran, this is in the Quran. I'm just paraphrasing, for set of the animal, seek permission from the owners of the home without being alone homage to Photoshop and continuing the verse. And if the owner says to you Now's not the time to visit, then don't that is a scalar code that is more purifying for you don't insist and get upset. You call up all that's not the right time. We have some people they say to you, Shawna, do we need an appointment to visit you? What now? It's an

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appointment. Yeah. Allah says this is the right.

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You know, family, sometimes there are things that prevented we have to respect each other with that. So my brothers, this is nothing wrong with that. Insha Allah if they said that was not the right time doesn't mean they hate you. It's just not a good time Allah says. So they did the wrong thing. But more than one person got scared. So if you see if you start with someone or you're scared, when you look threatening, you must bring security to that person. So they said Let

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them be afraid. But then they said, You better judge failing, and that's rude. But then in the Senate because it's a prophet shows us his character and manners. He let it go.

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And since they told him, Be Justin, don't swerve with your emotions. As a pro

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He said, Oh, let it go. And that was an advice. You know, don't sweat from your emotions

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into your emotions. And then he judged between

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my brothers and sisters in Islam

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was better than the ones that would he says, Yeah, that would have been natural. You had an ephah Oh, that wouldn't have made you a trust on all these people.

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Out on the land faculty, the nurses will help jobs between people in truth and justice, whenever to be on hover, do not follow desires, and emotions. My cousin, my brother, Mike, whatever, I'm gonna stand with them without knowing that Allah. Allah says in the Quran, that Allah Allah commanded you to be just and deal with people fairly, even if it's against yourselves, or your father, or your mother or your parents or brothers and sisters. What a lot and physical evidence against yourself said, so yes, I made the mistake. And that's what makes him a man. And that's what makes a woman a righteous person, the man a righteous person, what do I know for sequel, or even your own parents or

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even your own family? I'm not talking about court and taking people into prison. We're saying that if you've done the wrong and your call to witness against yourself, you must witness against yourself someone's done wrong call to witness against them, unless there is an injustice in the middle. So in Islam, if you stand with family, you had a dispute in your family father calls you says what's going on with you and your brother, you and your cousin with your family. You don't sit there and try to manipulate your dad or your mother or people to try and to make sure that you're on the right now Father, it was my fault. My cousin he's in the right you know, we started

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right at school with your friends, anybody we started.

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My Brothers and Sisters in Islam. Allah says to him Do not swerved off the right path. And those are switched off the right path will be in the Hellfire that we're going to send as a profit and loss master warns him especially. And I'll finish it with this.

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Those are the synonyms of worship was amazing. And I'll just say quickly, that the Prophet sallahu wa salam said, in a hadith which is in Sahih, Bukhari and Muslim similar to it, a couple seletti ilahi, sola to the who they are who they are a sinner, the most beloved pray to Allah is the prayer of devil dicer. And the most Allah wa humble Ciana in Allah is the underworld an abyss. First thing, the first thing I've dealt with is, what can I get out of this family? We're almost sold with a Hawaiian animal sort of sell a whale swim or Yeoman wave, do we oh, man, that would I understand, I used to pray. In the nights, he would sleep half of the night the first half, and then he would wake

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up and pray a third. And then he would go back to sleep, and sleep for the remaining six. Until further if you want to pray like they would the night prayer count from a shirt to

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half the night. That's half, you can sleep the first half and you want to create a hazard like that wiggly Santa, get up and pray a third and then sleep a six and then wake up professionally. That's the best prayer of the world I set up processes. And we used to have one day on one day off one day on one day off for those who are able to deal with my brothers and sisters in the Quran. Allah praise dealt with for that type of worship and said Aaron and Aaron meadow Woulda, Shoulda crawl you were so grateful, oh family have doubled. Brothers and sisters, that would have died at the age of 100 years. And a story is amazing. He was very jealous for his wives. And he had approximately nine

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wipes not 90 and 99. All this this is I don't know where they got this information from.

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He says that at the rally his center processor said that LMRA center was given 1000 years to live. And when a lot of talk his the assaults from from his loins he saw all of his children and for a month and we saw a beautiful bright face. And he asked Who is that? And the angel said to him that is your sandalwood. And he said, Oh Allah, how many years have you given him to live is that 16 And elderberry syrup said, Oh Allah give him extra. And he goes no only from your life. And he said, Okay, give him from my life. And Allah gave him 14 years from the life of devil that he's set out so that we don't from Adam, so they will live to 100 years instead of 60 Because his father Adam,

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asking Allah to give him another 40. And

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a man enters into the home of the award into the mirror when his wife was to see it, though would have left and they said oh my god was because this man has come in there with our salon returns. And he sees this man standing in the lounge. He comes in and he asks Him Who are you? And then he said, I am the one who no fortresses or kings or anybody can stand in his way. And he said you are the angel of death. And he said to him, and to Allah He Milliken mode forgot to haven't been amarilla you are Allah who the angel of

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Death Welcome to the decree of Allah. And it took his soul there with Ali Salam there and then then came his son. So they man Alayhis Salam, and whenever we're going to bury him there was too much sun sunrise. So he ordered the birds to come along all the birds of the world flocked most of the birds were actually Falcons it's in the habit of the process and they will Falcons biggest wins and in a suffocated the people so so they ran I said I've said to the birds flap a little bit and go a little bit to the side and cover the sunlight and the leaves some winter coming from the other side for the people and the birds obeyed. So they learn the ins and outs. And so there would always salon was

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very the birds and the people. Hundreds of 1000s of people are supposed to send them so there was a there wasn't a profit before there would have such a great funeral. With so many people coming up righteous people then doubled it set out and so did the birds came flocking and filled the sky for the burial of devil Danny's setup. My brothers and sisters that was dealt with at a center next week in sha Allah will talk about the next king who took the responsibility as king after their word. And that is his son, the prophet who saw laying on his salon next week. So Salah one and Amina Mohammed was on this morning and said I'm not even going to lie