30 in 30 Daily Quran Explanation #19
Channel: Daood Butt
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We learn about the 19th Juzz / Part of The Quran, which consists of Surah Al-Furqaan (The Criterion), Surah Al-Shu’araa (The Poets), Surah An-Naml (The Ants).
Items we cover are:
– Testimony of the false gods on the Day of Judgement
– The wisdom in revealing the Quran in stages
– Taking desires as god
– Attributes of the worshippers of Al-Rahman
– Musa (AS) returns to face Firaun
– The poets false claim that Prophet Muhammad was merely a poet
– Prophet Sulayman shows gratitude to Allah for being able to hear the call of the Ant
– Prophet Sulayman and the Queen of Saba / Sheebah
Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu wa He will send me more and then he will carry him and he have total solar to
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So may 11 18th, Joseph O'Connor, an 18th night of Ramadan, 1920 and then 21 last 10 nights, so we're almost there,
where we hunt out Laila to a corner.
So we ask Allah subhana wa Ventana to make it easy for us to achieve it this year.
Before we go any further, I want to hear from you.
You know, every single day, we start off and I just jumped right into it. But very quickly in the chat session right in front of you, just tell me where you live, or tell me where you're from. It's up to you, right? Tell us where you live, tell us where you're from, and just let that flow inshallah I also want to, for those that are on YouTube and Facebook, you know,
try to make a little interactive, sometimes feel free to you know, go back and forth. I know some of you like to go ahead and others don't. You notice that on Instagram a lot more but on YouTube and Facebook, it seems like everyone is just more relaxed there. So feel free in sha Allah. This is your time to learn. And there's a lot of people around you so get to know the people that are around you as well. So we see here we got some people in Mississauga, Milton, Mississauga, humbler, lots of people from Mississauga, what's going on Mississauga. And then we have
London is that London, England or London, Canada, and then Dubai.
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hamdulillah acaba by the democracy Manchester I got lots of family in Manchester while the range
which part of Manchester you living in hopefully it's not well the range and
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3:45am and Dubai here eating superfood and fudge it is at 4:11am Well, then we better get started right otherwise you're going to be complaining that we didn't finish on time.
All right, so we'll get started inshallah. Today we're starting off with Sora for con we did not begin it yesterday on I asked what city so again, I've been to swim in the Red Sea beautiful, love it. I don't think I would really want to live in the city of ember more like a deli type of guy. But I would prefer Medina any day
I would prefer Medina over mcca and that's because of the calmness there. Two minutes from all the range spent so many days and while you're in, love it Alright, let's get to it in sha Allah Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem, Angelo salatu salam ala rasulillah.
Today we're going to be getting students in for con we were supposed to take the first 20 verses yesterday, but we didn't because of time and have the law that's perfectly fine because you know, we weren't going to cover the very first part of it. Anyways, I was going to skip right to verse number 1718 and 19
But sort of twofold one is the criteria and the loss of Henry's data shows us in the very first eye of the sorta how the fourth one or the end itself was given to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And what does the put an undue n differentiates or shows us the right way of living, and indicates to us what is wrong and what we should stay away from? Well, I see Pakistani mangoes here, right? Yeah, see, if I see Pakistani mangoes I'm just drawn right into it. I saw someone post about it. And I thought, Oh, wait a second, are they in? But no, they're not here yet. So Allah subhana wa tada talks about the end being the foregone end, it shows us what's right and what's wrong. It shows us
what's right in order how to do that, or in order to actually do that and go about living correctly, in the ways that also kind of data wants from us. But we also see,
we also see that a loss of handling data shows us what's wrong. And that's an important lesson when we talk about understanding of us of Hanwen data or understanding Islam from the angle of beginning to understand who our Creator is, we learn less Illa in the law, there is no deity or no God worthy of worship, except Allah subhana wa Tada. So we have to learn about Allah. And we have to learn about what we're not supposed to do. And what displeases Allah subhanho wa Taala. See, if we always learn what's right and what's good, then we will think that anything else could also possibly be good. But if we learn what's wrong, then we stay away from it. For example, if you were to stand in
Sala, but you have no jassa on you, then that's not right. That's, that's incorrect. And so you know very well that you're doing something that's wrong and you stay away from it. Therefore, you clean yourself and you go for sought out. When it comes to understanding of loss of handling to handle. If we are going to do a type of very bad someone says I'm going to stand Okay, actually, I'll give you this example.
Not making fun of anyone, but I like learning about different cultures. And one day we were in the car in Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, and it was pouring rain. And we stopped the car off the side of the highway, we had to pre salt out.
And we noticed that there was this men, you know, he had to use the bathroom, he had to relieve himself. Now if you're ever in traffic and kale in Kuala Lumpur, you know that the traffic there is absolutely terrible. And then if you're stuck in traffic and it's raining, you're stuck, like you are not going anywhere. And the rain comes down really hard. Like when it rains, it pours really, really heavily. And so this man, he pulled off the highway, and he turned into a street that led up to our neighborhood where we used to live.
And he got out of his car, and he urinated but when he was done urinating he, you know, stood where he was. And he spun around in a circle three times, right. So he, he spun around in a circle. And then he came back and so he spun around three times in a circle. And then he got into his car and he drove off. And I was like what is this and then dug further and it's actually, you know, something that some people do? You know, it's part of their belief. You know, there's evils anytime, you know, human beings relieved themselves a lot of the time, it's attributed to some sort of evil that that, you know, may come from it. And so in order to protect yourself from the evils that may come this
was something that they do. So, so pedal, I was like, really interesting to see that. Now if someone says, you know, oh, what is that? You know, in Islam, we don't do this. But you know, I saw some guy do it. And it seemed like a cool thing to do. I'm gonna do it. Well, no, we don't do that. Because that is not from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we were not taught to do that, right? And Allah subhana wa Taala doesn't want us to do that, because that is not something that he's pleased with. And so in our DNA, we have to learn what a lot wants from us and what is right and good and understand the goodness about a muscle. And we have to understand what what is
displeased with and this dislikes, and does not want us to do, we have to have that balance. And sadly, one of the biggest mistakes that we find in many of the communities around the world, is that there's not enough full time dedicated, or there isn't enough devotion from community members. To learn more in depth knowledge of Islam, most of what we give in massage is just like surface level stories, you know, motivation, you know, brief explanation of is and Hadeeth and stuff like that, that's going to give us you know, some sort of spiritual, uplifting and happiness and joy and motivation and so on. But we have to go into the small details of things. And that's where my
brothers and sisters it's important for us to have certain people in every single community that want to learn more and that actually do learn more how we've been blessed now there are many people who have traveled around the world to go and study Islam and Islam.
Come back to Canada or come back to wherever you live. And you can sit with them and learn you don't actually have to travel so far back in the day, you know, we didn't have the technology that we have, right? We didn't have ease of transportation either. Before airplanes, if someone wanted to make a journey, they would make that journey by foot, or buy a horse or animal or you know, some kind of animal like a camel for example. So those types of modes of transportation plus with the technology that we have, has made it a lot easier for us to acquire the deen and this is where Allah subhana wa tada is showing us here in pseudo tufan you know, understand what is right understand
what is true understand the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala because that's important for us, and stay away from what is wrong. The Quran and for fun actually shows us that, okay, not just this surah the pseudo is just explaining how, or it gives, you know, brief examples as to how the rest of the world is an ocean of knowledge for us to take in, you know, lesson after lesson.
We skipped the verse number 17 and 917. And 18 was the kind of attack that shows us here in these ads that some people will take.
Sorry, wrong wrong, here less penalties and is showing us the gods of the mushy corn right will disown those people on the Day of Judgment who worship them. So those who worshipped idols are those who worship anything other than Allah Subhana widad, on the day of judgment, they will actually be disowned by their gods themselves, their false gods, we call them false gods and I like to, I like to identify them as false gods because sometimes people hear us say, you know, gods and they say, How can there be another god, there are no other gods that we believe in as Muslims as being a true God worthy of worship. However, we do acknowledge that people take things as gods, okay. And unless
you've had with Anna mentions that in the Quran that people take idols as gods or they take other than Allah Subhana Tana, as a deity to be worshipped.
So Allah subhana wa tada says, watch for the day, he will gather them along with what they used to worship besides a lot. So he will gather the people who worshipped other than a lot, and he will gather the things that were being worshipped by those people.
And Allah will ask the objects that people worshipped, right, he will ask, was it you misled these servants of mine? Or did they stray from the way from his path on their own, and they will reply to Allah subhanho wa, Tana, Glory be to You. It was not right for others, like us to take any Lords besides you. But you allowed enjoyment for them, and their forefathers for so long, that they forgot your remembrance and became a doomed people. So lots of headwinds. And it shows us here that on the Day of Judgment,
people will be brought forth and they will be put with what they used to worship. Right. And Allah will ask those deities or gods false gods you know, idols and stuff that they used to worship, you will ask them
was it you that invited them to worship you? Was it you that pulled them towards you and away from me? And they will respond to a lot? No, we're in no position to actually do that. It was them. They were the ones who started and when you think of it, how is it that a statue calls or invites someone to worship it? It doesn't, it doesn't speak it doesn't hear, you know, it doesn't comprehend and so on and so forth. So that statue itself does not invite others to worship it. Rather it is human beings themselves who go and worship other than Allah subhana wa Tada.
Then we skip to verse number. Let's go to verse number 3233 and 34. Okay, here's number 32. Allah subhana wa tada says the disbelievers say, if only the Quran had been sent down to him all at once, if only the Quran had been sent down to him all at once.
We have sent it as such in stages, so we may reassure your heart with it. And we have revealed it as a deliberate hate at a deliberate pace. A loss of Hannah Montana revealed before And out of all of the scriptures of the past before n came down bit by bit. And that was deliberately done as a loss of pen with Anna shows us here in the Quran. And he says if only the Quran had been sent down to him all at once, this is what the disbelievers would say that, you know, why can't he just receive everything at once? Why does he have to put these pieces of verses together? Why didn't he just receive a book all at once? But there's a reason for that my brothers and sisters, but what and
being the book that would stay until the end of time
Right, the Quran being the book, and you know the guidance that would stay until the end of time. There will always be people that embrace Islam, or that come closer to Islam or that are Muslim but try to practice Islam from now moving forward.
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Can you take it out of the room please?
So last weekend was working from home, right? Unless of Henry's Adam shows us that.
You know, the Quran itself came to help people one step at a time, when someone embraces Islam, or someone starts to practice Islam, Nuvi right, they may have been born and raised into a Muslim family, but they never really took them seriously. And now they start to, you know, want to practice it, or a child who becomes mature. And the parents now say here take the whole quarter. And oh, Islam is not accepted that way. Right? You can't just take all of Islam and say, Hello, this is it. I'm doing it all. It's too difficult. And it's not to say that Islam is difficult. It's us as human beings. We need gradual change. Anytime you want to achieve something, you can't just snap your
finger and it happens. There has to be this gradual change that happens. And that gradual change allows you to slowly accept and embrace and then move on to the next step and slowly accept and embrace and then move on to the next step. And that is key. My brothers and sisters when it comes to learning Islam, implementing Islam, and then teaching it to others. So Allah subhana wa tada is showing us here, the Quran came, you know, in stages, one piece at a time, certain is at a time or revealed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but the masuku they used to say the idol worshippers used to say about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, he's just a poet,
as we'll see in the next one, right? He's just a magician, he's a madman. He's just, you know, he's just putting this together. He's not really a prophet, he didn't receive a whole scripture from God.
Then Allah subhana wa tada shows us in verse number 43, that the non believers take their desires as their gods, right? The non believers, they take their own desires as gods to be worshipped. And how will explain. He says in verse number 43, of
Sudoku four on Have you seen Oh, Prophet, right? Have you seen the one who has taken their own desires as their God? Will you then be a keeper over them? So Allah subhana wa, tada points out that some people take their own desires, as their as, as, and it's weird to say as God, but here, I'll explain it. What happens is
Allah Subhana, which Allah tells us
may take something as an example
of us kind of add, it tells us this is how long
Okay, it's home for you. But someone says, Why, what's wrong with it? Why is it? Hmm. It's just like, a paperweight from the University of Malaya. Right un, from Malaysia, it's just, you know, heavy, you put it on paper? How's it How long?
Well, this is how long? It isn't. But I'm just using it as an example, right? If this was acquired in a way, that is how long then it's how long even though it's had, and then it becomes how long for me to use even though it's had but if I say and doesn't matter, it's mine. I got it, you know, I took it from so and so person, and they never said anything about it? Well, just because I feel like using it doesn't mean that it becomes permissible, but the fact that I'm going to disregard what Allah Subhana Allah wants from me, and I'm going to put that aside and say, I don't really care if Allah says this is how long because I didn't acquire it honestly, or in the right manner. I'm just
going to use it anyways. The fact that we do that is an indication that we are disregarding what Allah Subhana Allah wants from us, and we are disregarding the deen and the laws of our Creator. And therefore, we are putting ourselves and our own thoughts and our own desires before what must have happened with Anna watts, therefore, we are making ourselves divine. Does that make sense? Another example could be, you know, and I hate using this example, but it is a reality. But sometimes people look at purchasing something that they can't afford, and then they go and they take a loan for it. And that loan involves interest. They may not need that, but they're like, you know what, it'd be
nice to have and in the long run, you know, I'll be I'll use it, I'll benefit from it, but they don't really need it. It's something that they want. And so they'll take a loan for it and they'll purchase it.
The problem with that money
Brothers and sisters is that the person no has given into their own desires. They thought, you know what the laws and rules have alone? Let me just put them aside, let me just follow what I think is best. And so I'm going to do this. When we do that we have basically said that a law is not, you know, not enough for me, and I know what is better. And so I'm going to do what I feel is better, thus resulting in us, putting ourselves in the position of being, you know, worthy of worship, per se. That makes sense. I think it explained it enough for us, we'll move on.
We move on to verse number 63, to 68. Allah subhanho wa Taala know shows us the attributes of rebels, okay, and God, who are they, they are those who worship Allah Subhana what's ahead of that? Those who worship a man. So he says worry about the name sooner and I will be hohner with you, they'll hop on with J doing a call to Salah the very first characteristic or attributes of those who worship, the Merciful. The one who is most merciful, are the true servants of the Most Compassionate or those who are most heavily China says they walk on the earth humbly. And when the foolish address them inappropriately, they only respond with peace. So Allah Subhana Allah is showing us here,
wherever the Rockman leadin a I'm sure none of the homeowner will either halt or the homodiegetic una colusa Lana, the believers and Allah Subhana Allah has to be people that are composed, who carry themselves in a really nice way. Why? Because Allah Subhana Allah mentions there are a bed of Ramadan, the Most Merciful. And if Allah Subhana Allah is the most merciful, then we need to try and implement some of that mercy within us as well. I must have had with Allah has a story he has 100 parts, right Have mercy. Only one of those is here on Earth. His mercy 99% of it is is left for the hereafter. And so the mercy of Allah Suppan without and all that we have on Earth, an elder we
experienced and so on and so forth, is so great. But it's only one small part
of a larger picture 1% of what of us have had we've had it has in store for us. So he says the people who worship Allah subhana wa Tada, those who believe in a lot, when someone calls out to us, someone whose ignorance calls out to us in a rude way, or they're putting us down, they're insulting us they're, you know, saying things to us that really would make someone's blood boil. We use some of that aroma, right that we learned some of the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala that we learned so much, he's so merciful, I need to be merciful as well. So Allah subhana wa tada says, God, we will send them they respond to the ignorance of the people in a very nice calm way. And that is the way
of those who worship of God. He then continues and says, they are those who spend a good portion of the night prostrating themselves and standing before their Lord. So they spend a good portion of the night prostrating bowing down to a muscle kind of want to add insult up right and they spend that time standing before loss of handling data in prayer making center asking a lesson handler to handle into half the profits on a loan wherever you ascend them says accountable Maria Cooney and I do in our be the closest that we will be as as worshipers and allows me to add it to our Lord is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says was Sajid, that he is in such the right in that position of
prostration, making dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah.
So Allah subhanho wa Taala then continues to identify some of the attributes and characteristics of those who worship a man who worship Him, the Most Merciful. He then says, There are those who pray, as they may ask, our Lord, keep the punishment of jahannam away from us, for its punishment is indeed unrelenting. Keep that punishment away from us. So they asked a law to protect them from the punishment that could come to any one of us in the hereafter. Right, the punishment of Johanna and so he says that we are people who ask Allah Subhana Allah to protect ourselves from that fire. And I remember when I was a student in Medina, you know, chef, Chef, Salah Buddha he always used to make a
lot of my Hamlin would all hang out in and now a lot on behalf of him would you all hang out in enough
Look, please make the fire of jahannam How long before us? Would you like our faces as in don't even bring it in front of us. Right? Don't don't allow us to even come close to it don't allow us to even see it or be near it right make that fire of Johanna how long completely forbidden for us. And then I must have had to Anna continues and says it is certainly an evil place to settle and reside. Then he continues the attributes. They are those who spend neither wastefully nor stingy Lee but moderately in between. There are those who worship a law who stand in prayer who do not respond in a bad way to those who call out to them in a bad way. Right there those who make dua had asked or a
lot, please save and protect us from jahannam. There are also those who do not spend, you know everything wastefully, they don't just waste things and not just wealth. We're talking about things like even water, you know, food, you know, provisions that we have, we look after the world, we don't just waste it and spend it Oh yeah, I'll buy a new one, throw this one in the garbage, no, finish it off, then buy a new one or finish it off, then use the new one, right? toothpaste. Simple example. Sometimes we don't finish the toothpaste that's in the tube. And we just throw it in the garbage because we just want to open the new one. Or you don't finish the soap that's in the
dispenser in your bathroom, because you want to just open a new one because you can't wait to smell the scent of the new one, right? You can't be patient enough. And so we just throw that in the garbage or just rinse it out and put it in the recycling. And then some have a lot you know, you open up the new one. That's not the way of those who worship Allah subhana wa Tada. Right.
So don't be wasteful. nor are we those who are stingy, that we just keep everything to ourselves, and we don't share with others. We don't open our hearts, open our doors to others, right, we have to be people that share with one another. That is the way of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that is the way of those who wish.
He then continues to describe us. He says they are those who do not invoke any other God besides a law, nor take a human life made sacred By Allah, except with legal rights, nor commit fornication, and whoever does any of this will face the penalty. Anyone who breaks the laws of a law
that's breaking the laws of of Abbas panaway to heaven. And our last panelist, Allah mentions that they are worthy of a punishment. Right? And that punishment of course, you know, if it's not something that is, that will be that is, you know, within the lens that we live in, if it's not part of the laws, but it's still breaking the law of a loss of handle one way to handle that last panel data could still punish us. A simple example is, you know, someone who's 35 years old, 35 years old, who says who's a Muslim 35 years old says I'm just going to drink some alcohol today just for the sake of it.
Does the law punish him for that? No, but can a loss of handlers and punish him? Yeah, absolutely. Right. Will Allah punish him? We don't know that's up to us, man. Without him. Maybe the person will repent. Maybe the person is closer to Allah than us. We don't know. Right? Maybe they were repentant, completely changed themselves around we don't know. So we leave that up to a loss of cannibal what to add. He then says you are if hula hula is
their punishment will be multiplied on the Day of Judgment, and they will remain in it forever in disgrace. As for those who repent, CEOs of penalties hadn't mentioned the punishment but then he talks about repentance. As for those who repent, believe and do good deeds, they are the ones whose evil deeds Allah will change into good deeds for Allah is all forgiving, Most Merciful. What kind of level of a fool of AHIMA, Allah subhanho wa Taala loves to forgive, and he wants to see that we are going to repent that we will continue to believe and when we say believe it means you repent and you don't go back to the sin because the believers know when a sin is a sin. It's a sin, you stay away
from it. Right when a sin as a sin, it's a sin. You stay away from it, you don't do it right. You stay as far away from it as possible. And you do good deeds. Why do we do good deeds, because good deeds get written down? tenfold? Right you get 10 has an edge for every good deed that we do. Also, the good deeds hope to wipe away the bad deeds and the bad deeds when they were when they are finally wiped away. A loss of headway to Anna takes them he doesn't just you know, have the angels erase those bad deeds. He changes them from bad deeds to good deeds. Right so that bad deed now becomes a good deed. Why because the good deed is you sought forgiveness you asked a law
specifically to forgive you for that sin. So because you committed that sin but you regret it and you're going to change your life around you're no longer going to go back to that sin. Allah subhana wa tada acknowledges that you dedicated your time to feel to feel you know
What's that word I'm looking for to feel regret for that sin. And you've changed your actions around from no longer doing that to now asking a lot forgive you for what you've done. So you spent, you spent time doing the good deed asking lots of Hannibal, what's ahead up for forgiveness. And whoever repents and does good deeds, has truly turned to Allah properly. So we can't just repent and then continue along our way of committing sins, we can't just repent and just be neutral, we have to repent and try to change ourselves by doing more good deeds, praying a little bit more doing more as being peaceful, you know, asking Allah Subhana Allah to Allah for forgiveness, also, just reflecting
upon the creation of Allah, Subhana, WA, tada, all of these things are things that we can do in order to, you know, change ourselves from the previous situation of committing sin and evil that we were living in, then it must have habitat, it continues there, those who do not bear false witness. And when they come across falsehood, they pass it by with dignity. Right? So when we
we don't, you know, you don't bear false witness. So you're not going to say, Oh, I saw the moon for aid. And it's not really the moon, right? It was just like a reflection off your window. And you knew that it was but you're like, you know what, maybe it could fool everyone because we just don't want to fast an extra day. Right? So don't give false witness that's not from the characteristics of those who believe in worship.
when they come across falsehood, they pass it by with dignity, right? So we are not going to, you know, lower our standards, we are not going to, you know, give back to others in their false the way that the way it's being done to us. Right. So, you know, as a believer, we have a higher level of dignity, a higher level of honor that we try to achieve and to maintain. There are those who when reminded of the revelation of their Lord, do not turn a blind eye or a deaf ear to it. Remember that people have no Holly has set up for call to still feel or have come in who can have a thorough use in the center and a complete Aurora he was calling his people to do is to farm and to turn to Allah
subhanho wa Taala. But what did they do? They put their fingers in their ears. Jabu casabianca and then him was so show Thea but something was stuck about a sticker. Right they drew their cloaks or they pulled their hoods over their heads and covering them head themselves. Basically they don't want to listen to news and they plug their ears are like forget about you and your message. And here it wasn't highlights and it says the believers are not those who disregard the command of Allah when they hear the call to sada they respond when they hear the call for sadaqa somebody is in need, they respond when they hear that, you know, it's time to stay away from from evil, they stay away from
evils, you know, they respect the laws, they those are the characteristics of the believers. And Allah subhana wa tada says, When reminded of the revelation of their Lord, they do not turn a blind eye or a deaf ear to it. When you hear the Quran. You don't just ignore it. You listen to it, unless you're busy with something that's fine, right? You go on you continue doing what you're doing sometimes, you know, you walk into the mustard and someone is sitting there reciting the Quran. You want to pray your tuukka does that mean you're not going to pray to God because someone is standing there is sitting there reciting Quran and you need to stop and listen to it. No, you're gonna pray
you're not gonna you're gonna do your Rebbe. That person needs to be mindful as well of the other people that are around them in the masjid.
Then Allah Subhana Allah says, There are those who pray as they ask a lot. Our Lord bless us with pious spouses and offspring who will be the joy of our hearts and make us models for the righteous, right bless us with pious children, a pious spouse, you know people who will be a comfort to us who we are happy to, you know, see and happy to spend time with and be around constantly and you know, bring joy to us when we finally get to sit down and spend some time with them.
without distractions, okay, we move on in sha Allah, Allah subhana wa tada then you know, mentions a few things there. We can move to Surah assura. Okay, we're gonna go into sort of to show at all. Verse number 10
verse number 10, so not too sure how Allah subhana wa tada says, Remember when your Lord called out to Moosa, it has set up, go to the wrongdoing people go to fit our own now confirms that our own go to him, the people of their own the people of Pharaoh, will they not fear Allah? He replied, My Lord, I fear that they will reject me
Musa, Allah has sent me tells Allah Subhana, which I fear that they will reject me. And so my heart will be broken and my tongue will be tied. So send her own along as a messenger. Right? Send him with me so that he can help me.
Also, they have a charge against me. So I fear that they will kill me. Right. They may kill me because Moosa, I didn't send them remember he committed a crime. The crime was that he punched the person who was wrong, but he punched him so hard that he ended up you know, dying, the person died. So a loss of headaches and a response to Musashi who sent him and says, certainly not, so go both of you. With our signs. We will be with you listening, Alyssa pedowitz. And it tells Musashi to send them have some courage, be brave, go confront them, right? Return to your people, and explain to them about the witness of a Muslim kind of what's your header. And then Allah says, Go to fit our
own and see, we are messengers from the Lord of all the worlds in
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commanded to say, let the children
right let the children of you know the benefits are you let them go with us? fit our own protested. Okay. So they went in, they did that. And then their own response to Moosa his setup. And he says, didn't we raise you amongst us as a child?
And you stayed several, several years of your life in our care? Didn't we bring you up? Didn't we look after you? Weren't you raised in our home? Now that's really interesting, because no, there's this dialogue that's happening between Moosa and fear own. And you would think to yourself, when you put it in context of 2020, sometimes as a parent, and children, you know, the children end up leaving, and then they come back after some time, and they're like, you know, what, Mom, Dad, I'm sorry, I did this, I did that kind of come back and live with you. And sometimes parents don't know how to deal with it. Right. And, you know, sometimes it's the opposite. Sometimes the children are
actually doing good. And the parents are the ones that are upon falsehood. The parents might be, you know, how do I know some brothers and just a few, you know, brothers, we were talking, you know, online or chatting on the group not too long ago. And one of the brothers was mentioning how, you know, his whole family, you know, the day there was a day to get drunk, back in the day, like his family, not him, but his family, you know, when they came to Canada, and so on, they were Muslim, but the David, that was a day of getting drunk, they used to drink alcohol and party and chill, and so on, you know, that was the day to read for them.
And he's like, No, we grew up and like, you know, we are the ones that children who are bringing Islam into the homes of our parents and uncles and aunts and cousins and relatives, and so on. And so you know, it's something we need to learn from hearing the story of Musa and should our own. So if at our own protest, it didn't we raise you amongst us as a child and you stayed several years of your life in our care, then you did what you did. Being utterly ungrateful, as in you committed this crime. And you left and you didn't really care that we raised you look at Moosa at his Sam's response, I did it, then lacking guidance, what happened then? I didn't intend to do that. Right. I
wasn't aware. And, and you know, you're young and you're foolish. Like we say, you're young, and you're dumb, right? You don't really know what you're doing. You're young, you're foolish, you do things that you don't, you don't know the consequences of those actions until after you've committed them. So for example, you know, growing up in a Western society, you know, go into school, dealing with, you know, lots of non Muslims around you, you get influenced to do things that are against them. It could be simple, like, you know, taking off your hijab, or wearing clothing that's inappropriate, or going places that are that are not, you know, like, within Islam, or, you know,
being with people in a way, that's how long or consuming things that are, how long and so on and so forth.
And also kind of what data shows us, you know, here that musala Hassan says, I did it, then lacking guidance, right, I didn't have that guidance, I lacked guidance. So I fled from you when they feared you. Then my lord granted me wisdom and made me one of the messengers. How can that be a favor of which you remind me when it was only because you have enslaved the children of Israel? He also had his son in response to him, I fled, because I feared you. Right. I thought that you were going to do something against me and also remember, it was he who had put the people in that situation
Right, they enslave the children of Israel. And they, they were they could have lived freely. But he chose to kill all the boys that were born in the odd years. He chose to, you know, take the children away from their parents and do such evil things, right? And so he was like, You know what, in a way, you caused me to leave, because these things were being done. And I didn't agree with them. And also, you know, he did something that he shouldn't have. So if Iran responds to him and asks him this question, who's the Lord of the worlds and so on and so forth? We took the story of Moses, Allah has said, and we also covered it, you know, briefly and so I thought, huh, so we're not going
to go through all the details here. I want to skip to verse number 200. Okay, verse number 200. And I know I'm skipping a lot. And the reason why I'll tell you why I'm skipping a lot because we see the story of Musa and how one with fit our own. We then see the story of Abraham and his dialogue, his conversation with his father and so on.
We see the story of Noah and his people and how they threatened to stone him. We see the story of gooooood and AD, right, which are stories that we've covered sauna and thermowood. Moore and his people, which, you know, we just mentioned as well. And then, you know, lots of haddaway data mentions that he revealed in Arabic plain Arabic for us to easily understand and comprehend. And then in verse number 200, until verse number 225, Allah Subhana, WA tada talks about the machico and those who worship idols, or those who worship other than a loss of Hannibal with Hannah, and how the poets from amongst them right remember the poets at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, these
were the most equal as well, right? They were from amongst them.
And so, they worshiped.
They worshiped other than Allah subhana wa Tada. And they used to accuse the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as you know, for being a poet, like we learned earlier and sort of, for fun, we touched upon that. So Allah has taught a lot of talks about, you know, those who worship other than Allah here, and how those poets know nothing of the claim that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, was a poet, and you know, they accuse him of this, but the reality is that the Prophet son alone, many who ascend them is receiving revelation that is divine, from Allah Subhana, WA, tada and revealing it to them, so that they can understand and comprehend. And then he says in verse number
224, as for the poet's they are fooled merely by deviance, and sorry, they're followed me merely by deviance, right? And he then says, Do you not see how they rent on every field? Like they talk about everything? And they go off about it? Like, oh, you know, I couldn't live without you. Wouldn't be you couldn't live without this person, right? Well, you know, life isn't complete with you, or I have all the wealth in the world. You know, I'm living it up with everything that I've got what you got, you got nothing, right. So Pamela, without the Dean of Alyssa pedowitz, had all the wealth in the world means nothing, right? So they talk about things sometimes from a position where it's not
true. They're saying things that are actually not true. And then Allah Subhana Allah says, Do you not see how they rant about everything, only seeing what they will never do? Right? What they will never do.
And then Allah says in verse number 227, except those who believe, right, this is not saying that poetry is haram, saying that when we when we speak about a loss of Henry's out or talk about things in the world, we need to talk with the truth. So he says, except those who believe, do good, remember a lot often, and they poetically avenge right, the believers, after being wrongfully slandered, the wrongdoers will come to know what evil and they will meet. And so Allah subhana wa tada is showing us here, you know, islamically, if you're going to make poetry, it should be poetry, that is good, that is correct. That is pure. You shouldn't exaggerate. You shouldn't talk about
things that are not true, you shouldn't lie, and so on and so forth. And what came of the Quran is not poetry, it is divine, it came from a loss of handling data through the angel to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. It is not something that's fake and made up, we move on to similar to number, we only have a couple of minutes left. So in sort of the number will, you know, briefly tell or give us the context of what's happening. But something really interesting here happens. Verse number 17. So a man Allah has sent them, you know, is traveling with his forces with the army. And so the men's forces of jinn humans and birds, were rallied for him perfectly organized. And when
they came across a valley of Ents, Allah subhanaw taala shows us here in verse number 18, an end called out and warned Oh, and you can just imagine
Right and that voice like it's a cartoon or else
I should get my daughter to do it her voice is super high pitch right? Oh ads go quickly into your homes. So so the men and his armies do not crush you unknowingly. Right So, so the men had the ability to understand the language of the animals and he knew that there were ends there. And it was some kind of always had and made him
able to hear and to understand and stop the army from marching through and the ants you know, they rushed quickly into their entail or under the ground, right? And then look, what's the name of Allah His services so naman smiled. He smiled in amusement at her words at the words of the end, and prayed as in he called out to a lot, my Lord, inspire me to always be thankful for your favors, which you have blessed me and my parents with and do not sorry and to do good deeds, that please you. admit to me, by your mercy into the company of your righteous servants. Look at that, look at the dual heart of sin a man at his center, he is thankful to Allah he's showing gratitude to Allah
Subhana Allah to have him right and so he's pleased with it like, Oh, that's amazing, like the ends you know, they stopped.
And you know, they quickly rushed inside the army is halted. And you know, he calls out to Allah subhana wa tada or a lot inspire me to always be thankful for your favors. That's a drive that we should make regularly. Allow me to constantly be thankful for your favors, allow me to constantly recognize what you've blessed me with, and what you've constantly been given to me and my family, right? And
what you blessed my parents with as well, and to do good deeds that please you. So asking Allah Subhana Allah for the strength and ability to do good deeds that are pleasing to Allah subhana wa, Tada. admit me by your mercy, because it's only with the mercy of a loss of data that we will enter into paradise into the company of your righteous servants. This is a profit of a loss of Hannibal, with Adam making this, this, you know, this supplication asking the creator for this. And so my brothers and sisters, we need to remember that if this is a prophet of Allah that's asking this, and shouldn't we be asking as well, very quickly, in the last minute, you know, the rest of the surah
please go through it and read it soon. Amen. You know, he
said, Amen. Allah has sent him, he then, you know, recognizes or notices that the hobo is missing the bird. And then it returns. And it discusses, you know, with him, tells him about the Queen of Sheba, he went to this land of Sevilla, and so on and so forth. And the Queen was a beast, and they worship the sun. And so the man writes to her and she consults her advisors and decides to send him a gift. And so she does that. And then so the amount that he sent him says that, you know, he won't take any money over a recipient without his word, and he will attack right he will attack them if they don't submit to Allah subhana wa Tada. And then so the man asks to have her throne brought to
And so that's something that was done with the help of the jinn. Right? And they brought the throne over. And so they men, then tests her to see if she recognizes her throne. And she does and she submits to Allah subhana wa Tada. That's like, in a nutshell, the sewage, right? Not all of it. But you know, the part that we're going to cover for today will pick it up from tomorrow in sha Allah, just like on the level Faden for attending a muscle panel with Allah bless every single one of you and your family members, Allah subhana wa tada accept from us throughout this month of Ramadan, except our fasting our our recitation of the Quran, Allah subhana wa tada except our Santa Claus in
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