30 in 30 Daily Quran Explanation #22

Daood Butt

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In this lesson we learn about the 21st Juzz / Part of The Quran, from the first 30 verses of Surah Al-Ahzab (The Confederates), Surah Saba’ (Sheeba), Surah Faatir (The Originator), and the first 27 verses of Surah Yaseen.

Items we cover are:
– Advice to the wives of the Prophet (pbuh)
– Muhammad (pbuh) is the final Messenger and not the father to any man
– Advice to remember Allah a lot
– The death of Prophet Sulayman (as)
– The ingratitude of the people of Sheeba
– Luxuries and wealth will not protect us
– Angels are a creation of The Creator
– From the signs of Allah are the types of water
– 3 kinds of inheritance of the Quran
– Story from Surah Yaseen

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Ana de he'll carry him La la la sala to attend with a slim rubbish roughly Saudi way acidity Emily way acidity Emily wedlock that Emily Sani of Gabor Kohli. My brothers and my sisters sent mRNA from what I heard to what he wrote about our cattle. So how can we already have Wow, about 20 families online? And I wanted to ask how you spend the 21st night of Ramadan. So before we begin, let's just hear from you just type it into the comment section.

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Or in the chat if you're watching live on Facebook and YouTube. Type it in there. How did you spend the 21st night of Ramadan? Do you feel happy with the time that you spent and what you did during that night? Could you have done more? I don't know. That's up to you. But how did you spend the 21st nights of Ramadan? Let's hear from you in sha Allah. Let me just do this.

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Brother, why didn't you send him to let him let our cattle Alright. See how did people spend the 21st night? Sorry, I have to do this thing in order to see all the other screens behind me so

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to do kinda hard to see Instagram right now.

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How did you spend the 21st night? Let us know how you spent the 21st night of Milan.

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Okay, so Shannon has to be it. She says Santa Monica Riley como Santa hamdulillah It was good. All right. Good. It was good. glad it was good. Hamza felt peaceful. Hum de la. Nina Dean prayed extra good.

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He had he had read the first Joseph and stayed up reading until I got too sleepy up all night till fudger handlebar prints are we ready for an upgrade? tahajjud prayed made lots of drama. hamdulillah tried to wake up did some very bad make two hours. Very good. On the law, pray to extra reading 200 and memorize the 30th Potter you memorize the whole 30th spot on last night.

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you memorize the whole Jews

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as amazing.

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Read long solos and tarawih hamdulillah so fun.

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Alright, so it seems like everyone pretty much benefited Good job. I'm glad to see that everyone was doing something. Try to wake Okay, it's our we set out to test be safe and protected. Good. is like a button on Aigner website doesn't work. What? Are you sure? Please pass on the message to the concerned person. Okay, I was just on it not too long ago. So this account button doesn't work. Okay, I'll check out this account. But I didn't try this account. So I'll check that in Shama.

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Is it okay to observe the odd nights on different nights for different countries and observing every night to be safe, so it is good to observe every night to be safe. And it's not that there are other countries that are observing tonight.

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There are people in the same cities that are observing it on the event on on a different night. So for example, half of Milton or a good part of Milton is considering tonight to be the 21st night because they started one day after the masjid so for them it will be the 21st night tonight for us is the 22nd night for so if anyone wants to continue doing everybody remember the profits are longer I'd even send them continue to do everybody throughout all of the last 10 nights of Ramadan. Okay. All right, I'm gonna put this down because I'm getting a cramp in my head. Okay, so we're going to continue in sha Allah yesterday we left off at sort of,

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we didn't get into it. So I really want to take a couple of lessons from sort of to serve in sha Allah to Allah and then we'll go through the 20 seconds just we are going to conclude today by beginning soon seen the theme is Surah in all of our Indian Pakistani cultural background, so the scene right it's like you grew up on the scene. Probably one of the first of all as you heard so often, right? So I seen

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Okay, so once you enter the amount of one go to next check around 7pm All right. So take note of that in shallow get it checked for you does not come alone for letting us know.

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Okay, so soda, which is titled The Confederates, soda, that is basically the soda that teaches us about or you know versus within it revealed pertaining to the Battle of the trench 100.

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Very interesting story

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of what took place during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, mostly when we're coming to attack the Muslims of Medina and they were coming right up to Medina to attack them. And so the prophet SAW along there, and he

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Send them felt, you know, we need to block off the city of Medina we need to do something who knows which one of the companions let's test your knowledge which one of the companions gave the advice to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam with regards to building a trench who told the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam about the idea or gave him the idea to build a trench blocking the city of Medina terminal wa type it in the comment section. That's you. Who knows? Let's see. Let's see who gets this one first.

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I'm going to lift this phone once again. Forgive me for that.

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Okay, Union spa hamdulillah union spa had got it first settleman and 30 C. Okay, so man in faricy was this hobby that advise the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that it would be wise to build a trench

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in order to block the most of ikhwan from penetrating in towards the city of Medina Tijuana, for those of you that go for Hajj Ramadan, nowadays, whenever we take you to Medina, we always drive down this streets known as Subbu. And massage it, it's leading up to this the mountain where there's seven, you know, massage it and that's where there were posts, so seven different posts, or lookout points where Sahaba were stationed during that time in the trench started from there and went all the way to mount. So it was very, very far we actually show you when we're driving in the bus like right now you are driving over the area where the trench was, but the Battle of the trench or took

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place in the fifth year after the edge of of the profits and along there it was send them during the month of show one

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and interesting story as to what took place there to keep it very short. You know, the motion coordinate came in large numbers and the moon ethical and the hypocrites of Medina, they were discouraging the Muslims of Medina to actually go. And

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it's really interesting because I just I see a message that comes up and it says, ASAP said I'm ready to come. Okay, so I'm gonna ask my wife to do something.

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All right. So I'm live streaming, obviously, I have my phones, right. And so I've had a lot my messages pop up. And whenever I see something ASAP, or urgent, you know, it always catches, you'll notice sometimes where I'm like, Okay, he's not really focused right now. Like, he just lost his focus. And that's because messages pop up. And then I see them and it's like, I want to take action, because that's just something my wife knows whenever somebody comes in them message, something needs to be done to respond to it. But I can't wait to live streaming because my phone is being used. I can't just pick it up and pretend like I'm talking to you and message with my hands down here

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because I just can't do that my phone is being used

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to do that. Alright, make sure you get confirmation that he got what he's asking for. All right. So the Battle of the trench. So then in fantasy tells the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know what, this is something that I've learned in my travels and expeditions and so on, they build this trench and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ordered for the trench to be dug it was very difficult. We see in you know, stories about it, the Sahaba were like, you know, beating the Duff and encouraging each other to keep digging and keep, you know, working hard to build the trench. So it was very, very difficult for the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And for the Sahaba of the lower abdomen, but the machete coup and the

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you know, the the non Muslims, they were large in number, and the Muslims, were starting to dwindle in number because the one ethnic one, right, the hypocrites they were discouraging, the Muslims are saying, Listen, if they're coming to attack us here, and we need to flee like, this is really dangerous. What's happening right now, this is not a normal battle where, you know, the two parties go out away from their cities, and they, they they basically get it out in the middle of nowhere, and the cities and towns are left untouched. This was like, you know, our city is coming to be attacked. And so the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, you know, he buckled down, he continued to

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encourage the Sahaba of the llama unknown. We know the famous story of like a rock that was there,

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or a big boulder and the profits in the long run even sent him struck it three times with his sword and cracked it. You know, all of these things have miracles from a lesson handling with data. But what happens there is that this trench is built and heavy, heavy winds came. So when the machete wound, they got closer to Medina, they didn't actually attack because they were faced with this trench. And then we're not going to jump into the trench because the trench means there's archers that are waiting and they're just going to launch arrows over and that's the end of it. Like you get stuck in this trench, you can't come out, you're done. And so why would anyone put themselves in a

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bottleneck? That's basically like, the logic behind it. It's a bottleneck. You get in there, you're gonna be stuck. You can't get out and you know, it's dangerous. So he quit.

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You know, had this, this trench dug, and it worked very well because it protected as a border between two mountains, stopping the machine cone from coming into the city of Medina to Manila.

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And a loss of bandwidth and then sent very heavy winds. So everyone was huddled inside of their tents, and they just couldn't come out because the wind was so strong, and it kept getting stronger and stronger and stronger, and it was blowing everything away, it blew their provisions away, it blew the, you know, many of the tents away, so the moose, raccoon, the non Muslims, they were having a really difficult time just holding the grounds and staying where they were, where eventually they got very discouraged, and they decided, you know, what, we're just going to fleet, this is pointless, this isn't going to happen. And it was a bad decision, bad timing, nothing worked in

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their favor, and they ended up leaving without actually having that battle take place. So that's, you know, something really interesting there that we've learned from this. This story, you know, the hypocrites had a very strong impact upon many people of the city of Medina. And that's where, you know, we see that there were, there was division amongst certain people,

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those who pretended that they believed in a loss of bandwidth and pretended that they were in accordance with the profits of the law where it was them being the last and final messenger, but they actually weren't and they were basically causing trouble and issues internally. And this was one of the times that that actually affected them. You know, a decent amount, we move on then Allah subhana wa tada shows us in verses number 2829. In fact, even before that, he's basically talking to the wives of the prophets. And the longer it he was ended up, giving them you know, advice or giving advice to the prophets along I need to send him about his wives.

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And I must have handled to Allah says, You're in verse number.

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Where we turn the page, verse number 28, Allah subhana wa tada says, oh, Prophet, see to your wife, if you desire the life of this world, and it's luxury, then come, I will give you a compensation, as in I will divorce you and give you a composite in compensation, and let you go graciously. But if you desire Allah and His messenger and the everlasting home, in the hereafter jamna, then surely Allah has prepared a great reward for those of you who do good. Now, this is advice to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his wives,

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because they, you know, being married to the Prophet so long that even someone who's not like being married to other people, right, you're married to the leader of the oma, you're married to a messenger of Allah Subhana, WA, Tada.

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You're married to, you know, the prophets of Allah subhanho wa Taala, as well. And it's extremely difficult to go through what he's going to put you through, right, he will put himself through a lot of hardship. And that's because he was showing a good example to others, he would also put himself through hardship, because

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it, it's only befitting for a leader to be the one who goes through the hardships more than everyone else. And that's because you need to lead by example, I was talking about this yesterday, I believe, right, we need to lead by example, we have to be people that show others the right way. And anyone who's in a position of leadership will need to basically take a hit for it. For example, you know, anyone who owns a company right now, or owns a business, you know, their employees may not be coming in whether they're getting paid or not, I don't know, that's not part of the example. But the point there is that if you own a business, you're probably going to be showing up at your business, even

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though your employees are not showing up. Right, you're going to be there because it's your business, you have a vested interest in it. And you need to look after certain things that your employees don't you need to pay bills, you need to feed, you know, families, you need to make sure things go right. And so that's absolutely important, you know, for a leader to lead by example. So the profits in the long run either usnm is told by a loss of hanway data to tell his wives

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to tell his wives if you desire,

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this life and the luxuries of this life, then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Will you know divorce you and give you some sort of compensation for it right? And you can live your life enjoying this, you know, the luxuries and whatever you get from this life, or if you're ready to put up with the sacrifice of being the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and going through certain hardships and you know sacrificing not having him around for days on end months on end sometimes then this middle get ready because it's going to be a rough ride but the reward is great. Almost a penalty to add it then shows them in the next few verses. We're not going to take all of them you

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know the their punishment if they do wrong is doubled. Right? Not like forever

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Our punishment is singled but they're done, their punishment is doubled. Right? And so Allah Subhana, which Allah lets them know that look, you are living a different kind of lifestyle. You are someone who's linked to the Messenger of Allah

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you need to be in that position. Understanding that life is not going to be easy. It's not going to be simple. It's not going to be the same as everyone else. When the profits on the long run, I think he was someone was asked from people for certain things, he gave it to them, someone came in complimented his clothing that he was wearing. And he went in, he borrowed clothing, and he gave his clothing away. And then he had no clothing to wear, he was wearing borrowed clothing. Can you imagine, none of us would do that we wouldn't go and borrow clothing, to give away our clothing to others, we would buy new clothing and give away the old stuff. But the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would give away the new stuff, give away the things that he got that he loved, and he cherished, or was recently given to him, because someone else wanted it or someone else needed it. And so that's an example of how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sacrifices are different than those of you and I,

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he then says, Allah Subhana, Allah, you know, gives more and more advice to the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as to how they are to be, you know, they they are not to, you know, try to change their their voices or speak in a way that is inviting others, you know, or speak in a way that is maybe seducing they are not supposed to have a beverage, no flirtatious walking, you know, they're too, they are to basically be an example as well, if you're going to be married to the Prophet sallallahu, I need to send them and he's a leader and he has to, he has to lead by example, you are also going to have to lead by example. And this is why we see that many of the Hadith that

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have been narrated to us came from actually the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his family members, his close friends, because they spent a lot of time around him. And you need to be a person of honor to be entrusted with that. And Allah subhana wa Tada, let them know this. And if you're ready for the ride, this will love because lots of people are going to learn about you and your life. Imagine all of the privacy of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam were supposed to keep our private life private, right, but certain things that are even intimate within the life of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam were made public to you and I, so we know about it.

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Because that's how that's how we are to learn, right? And so lots of Henry to animate it such that the wives of the Prophet salallahu alayhi, wasallam, were conveyors of the deen as well as in they also taught us about the deen in certain ways that we would have never have known of, but because they were around the Prophet sallallahu. And he was send them so often, especially at times when he was at home in the privacy of his home, or you know, intimate relations with his family, we got to learn about those things, and how we are to behave or how we are not to behave with our spouse and family, and so on and so forth. And so that's a great honor to the wives of the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam.

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But it teaches us a few things, my brothers and sisters, that we look towards them, for example, as well, right? We look towards them, for example, we look to the Prophet sallallahu, I didn't know send him how he dealt with his wives, how he lived with them, and what they tell us of what happened within the household of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. We then see in verse number 40, Allah subhanho wa Taala shows us that the prophets on the one where it was Sunday, Mohammed is not the father of any men. Right? So there is no men out there that can say I'm the son of Mohammed, and I'm going to inherit his prophethood No, Allah made it such that none of his children who were boys

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survived to become a men right, survive long enough to become a men.

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So Allah says Mohammed is not the father of any of your men, but is the Messenger of Allah and the CEO of prophets. And a law has perfect knowledge of all things. He then says, Yeah, you're Latina, urbanos Guru.

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Sorry, yeah. And you are Latina omen. We've got a lot of Vikram kathira. Once that be who booked on us? Lila, almost hanway. Johanna says oh believers always remember Allah often. Always remember Allah often will be her who booked us Leila and glorify Him morning and evening. So it's important for us to constantly be in this connection with a Muslim Han who wants to glorify a loss of data. And I'll tell you this as an example, and it's something that I admire and cherish and wish that I did more as much as I tried to do it. I wish I did it a lot more is to first of all, either constantly be reciting the Quran. So when you're walking around, you know, whatever pops into your

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head shouldn't be like the latest song or the latest album. You know, it should be Quranic vibes.

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giving a lecture the other day was that most of it and they call it

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What are any fights?

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What should pop into our head is something that is linked to a loss of data. So it's either or it's right or you'll notice how you know. And like I was saying, this is something I admire in some of our teachers, and some of some of my colleagues as well, who I know they are constantly busy in the praise of Allah subhanho wa Taala or sending Peace and blessings upon the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam like constantly constantly, there'll be walking in there doing it and they're sitting with people and you can see that their mouth is moving. Right? And so so Pamela is it's very admirable. It's something absolutely nice and beautiful. And we need to be doing this Allah Subhana Allah says,

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Yeah, and you handed in a medal with Kuru law has the Quran kathira remember Allah always so you might be seeing some hon Allah will be handy, he somehow Allah hit him, or a stone field law, when you're doing is still fun, you're actually remembering a lot. It's a type of ticket. It's a type of remembrance of Allah, you're asking Allah Subhana Allah for forgiveness. So I still put a lot of stuff in a lot of stuff that a lot or some how to love would be handy subhana wa VM or a lot of Muslim us anymore. baddeck and so you didn't want to be in a Mohammed rather earlier somebody was sending him a lot of money, Allah Mohammed Allahumma salli ala Muhammad,

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right? Simple things that we can say. absolutely important to be busy in the remembrance of Allah subhana wa tada was somebody who could attend what else leader, my brothers and sisters, one of the best ways to seek protection from the evils that are out there is to remember Allah subhanho wa Taala in the morning in the evening, okay, the morning in the evening is absolutely important. The other thing we see is that the changing of the guards, right, the changing of the angels happens in the morning and in the evening, as well. So we need to be people that are conscious that look when our book of deeds is opened, and the angels start writing in it. And then the next shift comes in

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turns the page, right? That shift begins with, oh, God was busy in the remembrance of Allah. And when they're about to change shifts, again, at the bottom of the last page, write down who's busy in the remembrance of Allah and then they turn the page and the next page begins with doubt is busy in the remembrance of Allah. All right. So some how to love if we are to have that constantly in our lives, where we are seeking out, you know, remembrance of Allah subhanho Medina and trying to make it such that we are busy in his remembrance will have multiple times where the day and the evening starts and ends with the remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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We also see my brothers and sisters, the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that if a person preys on Aisha in JAMA, right, basically in the mustard in congregation, and pre selected photo in the mustard in congregation, they get the reward of praying the entire net, as in having done any better the whole night, right. It's as though they stood in every bed in theater all night long. Now, of course, the massages are closed, and we don't have that luxury. We don't have that freedom to do that now. But of course, we may have intended to do that. So a friend of mine messaged me yesterday, and he was asking, you know, usually during the last 10 nights, I make it a point that

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I'm going to play a show, of course, almost all of us are praying as shown in the masjid during Ramadan, but to also go back to the mustard for selective budget, and to be there for budget, why his intention is, I need to sleep I need to go to work, but I want to seek out the reward as well. So I want to do a little bit extra. So he forces themselves to go to the masjid for fun job during the month of Ramadan, in particular, like during the last 10 nights, because he knows that he'll get the reward of being awakened every bed all night long. And so he was asking me, I usually do that, but this year, I can't do it. Should I make intention for it so that Allah can bless me, and it was

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reminding him, there's another Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that mentions, when a person is constantly doing something, as in, they are busy in a bed on a regular basis, they've made a type of very bad habit for themselves in their lives. And this point in time in their life comes with they're not able to actually fulfill that either or undo that action. A loss of Hannah Montana still blesses them with it, even though they're not able to go about doing it. And I feel that that's very important for our time that's relevant right now.

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Even though it may be referring more to old age, because we are you know, we're young, we're full of energy, you know, we may be able to go and we want to go to the mustard, but we're not able to do that. Right. And you notice last night I live stream from the mustard but today I'm back in my house, because I'm trying to make sure that I lead by example, as well. And I don't just go and say you know what, I have access to the mustard handler. I was there today because that's the place I work from. So some of you go into work. I go into work, my workplaces, the mustard and hamdulillah Sorry, I mean, you could have chose that.

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Could have chose that profession too.

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But the money isn't that great. So don't really you know, don't take that lightly.

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change if you're not able to make that sacrifice, right, but some kind of light, you know, you get to go into the list if you go in and have the love, but at the times when the community is not able to go, I try to stay away as well. I could go in for Juma. Right. But I don't go in for July 1 of all we don't have a congregation. We don't have people there. And I choose not to I've personally chosen not to. And I walked away from that position when our Massoud was making that decision. Why? Because I want to make sure that when we lead we lead by example. And a good leader has to feel what the people are feeling. Right? a good leader has to feel what the people are feeling. And if I'm not

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feeling that the hurt and the pain of not being able to go into the mustard like you all are feeling as well, then how am I going to effectively be able to communicate with you and understand you. In order for me to understand what you're going through, I have to also make those sacrifices. And that's what we see in the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as well.

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So we a law tells us to glorify Him morning and evening. We then move on.

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Verse number 53, shows us the etiquettes of entering and spending time in the house of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Of course, we're not going to be doing that, right. We're not going into the house of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we're not going and visiting him having dinner at his home. But look at some of the things that Allah Subhana Allah shows us here.

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He says in verse number 53 of Sudoku, he says all believers do not enter the homes of the Prophet without permission. And if you're invited for a meal, right, so do not enter without permission for a meal, okay? Do not come too early, and linger until the meal is ready. So don't come early, and just sit there and wait and waste time.

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But if you're invited, then enter as an enter on time, you were invited for six o'clock, then come for six o'clock don't come for five, right five o'clock. Someone might be scrambling to clean the house too.

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But if you are invited, then enter on time. Once you have eaten, then go on your way and do not stay for casual talk.

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Such behavior is truly annoying to the Prophet, yet he is too shy to ask you to leave. But Allah is never shy of the truth. And when you as in the believers, ask his wives for something, ask them from behind a barrier. This is more pure for your hearts and for theirs. And it is not right for you to annoy the Messenger of Allah, nor ever marry his wives after him. This would certainly be a major offense in the sight of a lot. Why am I mentioning this the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away his wife passed away. We are not going and visiting his home. We are not, you know, sitting inside his house and eating dinner. Why am I mentioning this? I'll tell you.

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We learn the etiquette of visiting someone. Right the etiquette of visiting someone and spending time with them. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he would invite people over to his home, he would prefer that they came on time and alone knew that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would never ever make people feel uncomfortable. If someone asked him for something, he would never say no. And so if people were coming to his home and sitting down having dinner and then chatting Afterwards, he wouldn't kick them out, he would entertain them and be as nice a guest as possible. But now it's on the invited guests to treat their hosts with respect. And you see this

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sometimes you go to someone's house, and you're invited. And the invitation may have been specific, you're invited over for dinner between six and 8pm.

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So come for six and leave by eight. And at 930. We're still chilling in that person's house, or we're still having coffee or something like that, you know, just talking and so on. That person may have had somewhere to go and they're too shy, too embarrassed to actually ask us to leave. And so my brothers and sisters, it's important for us to respect the invitation that is given to us now, if someone is fine with it, and they're telling you No, no, it's fine. It's okay chill, like we were gonna go somewhere but we're fine. We're okay. Or they say come and you can stay as long as you want, then that's fine. But remember my brothers and sisters, the longer that we spend chatting and

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talking, sometimes we end up getting into things that are wrong. So make sure that when we are spending time with friends and family, that we are not getting into anything that is home or impermissible backbiting and so on and so forth. ask Allah Subhana which added to protect all of us. So once you've eaten them, go on your way Allah Subhana Allah says that right those who come and visit the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam leave after you're done eating, don't stay and spend time Don't be like okay, where's the pull up, gentlemen? Where's the Buffy? Where's the ladoos? Where's the jump, jump? Where's the Chai? right towards the flower. Where's the mango shakes? Right

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milkshake? Not no fake shake, real shake. No.

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Cake, right? Where's all that stuff. And so it's important for us to acknowledge the fact that the person who invited us also needs their time to themselves. They invited us for a certain time or between a certain time and hamdulillah. Someone says, come over to my house for lunch, and you come for lunch, and it's summertime now and you're still at their house, maybe there's a problem. Unless, you know, there's a really good relationship with that person. That's a completely different story. We asked her about some headwinds added to strengthen our relationships with our friends and family. I mean,

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then in verse number 70, and 71, Allah Subhana, which Allah gives us advice to speak the truth, or in fact, the command Yeah, you're living in a terminal. It took a law will call you call and said either, you will sleep on Arabella Kemal Fiedler from Zulu back home when the nuclear law What are Sula who are called foes and avena. Allah subhanho wa Taala says, All you believe,

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be mindful of Allah be conscious of Allah subhana wa tada loku Colin said EDA and say what is right, speak the truth, right? Say what is right, you will look on our nyla calm, He will bless your deeds for you, and forgive your sins, right Allah Subhana Allah will bless your deeds use an eloquent way of Fiddler on Zulu back home and he will forgive our sins that we've committed. So when we speak the truth, when we see that which is good when we quote Hadeeth, and we talk about honesty and honor, or we recite the poor, and the goodness that comes out of our mouths is also a means of our forgiveness. When I'm feeling that comes through, become one of the nuclear illa Huwa Rasulullah,

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who and whoever obeys Allah, His Messenger has truly achieved a great victory for God,

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foals and alima right? It's like when you're watching soccer in Saudi Arabia or in an Arab country, and you know, I don't know who Messi doesn't mess up and kicks the ball and it goes right into what's that Portuguese player? What's his name?

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Ronaldo, is Ronaldo, right? He kicks the ball and it goes right into the goal. And then you hear you're the announcer Oh, well, if you're watching in an Arab country, all you're going to hear is that

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he scored. The goal is victory. Alhamdulillah. That's great. Right? And loss of habitat is showing us victory is for us. If we speak the truth, speak the truth good, do good deeds, be mindful of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah right? and say what is right, Allah Subhana which Allah will give us the ultimate victory in the hereafter.

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Let's move on to the next one. Surah Sabah, which is known as Shiva, right? This place there was a queen who live there. We spoke about it very briefly yesterday, I believe it was yesterday in the story of Solomon or the day before.

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But we're going to look at the death of Prophet Solomon, because that's mentioned here last time, it shows us how he passed away. And so they're not an adult, his senem he had some workers of the gym and animals and so on. And they were working for him. They were digging and

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profits on a man.

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alley, his system. He used to have a staff, right that he would lean on while he was watching them do their work, right. So he was leaning on his staff. And while he was leaning on his staff,

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and he was perfectly balanced.

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He passed away

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and he sent him

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but his eyes were open because you know, when someone passes away, their eyes are open. So he was leaning on his stuff. And he passed away. And he was watching his workers.

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I'm still alive Alhamdulillah he was watching his workers. And while he was watching his workers and his soul was taken away, his eyes stayed open and the workers from amongst the animals and the jinn. They thought that he was still alive he was still watching them so they continue to work they carried on to work. Allah subhana wa tada shows us here that the ends came over or termites came over and they started to chew away at the bottom of his staff. And so what happens was he was perfectly balanced and then when they chewed away at the bottom of it,

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it lost you know, the the balance was no longer centered, and profits so they met his son and fell over. And that's when they finally realized oh, he passed away. He's not even alive. He passed away.

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There's a reason why this is so important. My brothers and sisters this story is so important because

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Allah subhana wa tada is showing us that the jinn do not have the knowledge of the unseen. that knowledge is with Allah Subhana Allah alone. And so the jinn they do not know the knowledge of the unseen, okay? Allah subhanho wa Taala

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keeps that knowledge to himself. And he's making it a point here showing us indicating to us that the jinn don't know this, right? And the example there is that it had they known

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the knowledge of the unseen had they known knowledge that us humans and some of the animals don't know of, or the animals don't know, have, they would have known that profits on a learn Allah has sent him had passed away, and they would have stopped their work. Right, but because they don't know, they continue to work and so a lot prove something to us there and a simple example, and I thought I would share that with us. Because a lot of people think that the jinn have knowledge of the unseen, but they don't write they don't that knowledge is reserved only for Allah subhana wa Tana and whoever he shares it with amongst the angels to carry out certain, you know, tasks and so

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on. We move on, verse number 15.

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In the very next verse, Allah Subhana, with Anna says, indeed, there was a sign for the tribe of Shiva in their homeland, to orchard so he tells us about the people of Sabah and what they used to do they used to worship, as we mentioned yesterday, seven stars, or seven planets I should say, was it stars or planets?

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First my memory those of you that remember, stars or planets or planets or stars, so we're just going to leave it at that, all right, but they used to worship

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on Sunday

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stars

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they used to worship that and

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Allah Subhana Allah, you know, sent that message through prophets. So Damon, of course, you know that they shouldn't do this and the Queen and so on and so forth.

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We took that story already, which is why not going over it but a lot indicates to us that in their homeland, they had these two orchards one on the right one on the left, and they were told to eat from the provisions of your Lord and be grateful to be thankful to a lot, don't just concern, but be grateful do shook up to Allah subhana wa Tada. Yours is a good land and a forgiving Lord. Okay? So be thankful to Allah on what he has given to you. But they turned away, and they refuse to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala and submit. So Allah says, We sent against them

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a devastating flood, and replace the orchards with two others that were producing bitter fruit, fruitless bushes, and a few, you know, thorny trees. So he removed that by sending lots and lots of rain and it just destroyed the crop. They had nice fruits and vegetables and so on, and it was all destroyed. And the loss of code data replaced it with something that was terrible and bitter and nasty and that didn't have anything. And then he says, This is how we rewarded them for their gratitude. would we ever punish anyone in such a way except the ungrateful? Okay, and this is a land a region at that time traditionally, you know, at the time of Prophet Solomon Allah has sent him in

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the region of Yemen okay in the region of present day Yemen

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Alright, let's move to sort up faster.

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Okay, because we got to move quick Pamela we got to get to the scene and we need to finish on time. So So I sort of felt the verse number one so I must have handled it add up calls this surah where am I Where am I?

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There we go.

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Technology I'm swiping in my fingers isn't it's not moving. It's not moving. I don't think I have enough water in me and my skin is too dry so my screen is not moving.

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So I thought that I lost some handling data begins Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim and hamdulillah he felt that his similarity will geralyn manner he can do Rasulullah only as Nihad in methanol was last

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year z do feel helped him

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in the water and aqualisa in Kadir, Allah Subhana. Allah says All praise is for Allah, the Originator of the heavens in the earth. So who is that and hamdu lillahi Leddy Alhamdulillah thought that is somehow at so the originator that's the title of the surah, the Originator of the heavens in the earth, who made the angels so this surah is also called sort of to melodica because it begins talking about the angels who need angels as his messengers with wings, two, three or four

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And he increases in creation, whatever he wills, surely Allah is most capable of everything.

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Now here we see a loss of data pointing out the fact that he is able to do anything and has the power and might inability to grant us, whatever he feels is best for us. And he can change the creation as he wants, he can build and design the creation as he wants. And he can, you know, shape it as as much as he wants as his own agenda. And so he gives us a simple example at the beginning of this sutra. But we move on to verse number 12. Allah Subhana Allah indicates signs of his greatness by showing us water and the power of water. And you know how we have freshwater and saltwater.

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And from amongst the freshwater and saltwater on Earth, forgive me, I need to plug in my laptop battery's gonna die. I charge it multiple times a day now with working from home, and the battery is getting weak.

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I hate doing this stuff while teaching, but it just it is the nature of the times that we're living in. Alright, so a loss of handling data shows us freshwater and saltwater and the two of them come together but they don't mix the freshwater and the saltwater doesn't mix. And then a loss of Henry's added mentions one is fresh, palatable, and pleasant to drink. And the other is salty and bitter. Yet from both of them, you eat tender seafood, a low, tender seafood, and extract ornaments to wear right pearls that you can wear some kind of love from the ocean or the water. And you see the ships plowing their way through both of them through the freshwater and then into the saltwater.

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So you may seek His bounty and give thanks to him. There's no you know, there's no difference the ship goes through. And it just sails through saltwater, and it sails through freshwater, unless of heavy data has given them that ability to keep the boat afloat. While at the same time the two waters don't mix. It's a blessing from Allah subhana wa tada and a sign of his greatness. For those of you that ever go to South Africa, go to Cape Town, just a little bit east of the cape, you'll be able to see where the salt in the freshwater mixes. And it's amazing place to go to Panama. So please do go and visit one day, if you have the ability to do so to do so. And I hope I get to go

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back to Cape Town sometime soon. Because there's the cape Malays there and book up, we need to go to book up. And those of you that have not learned to travel and to learn history through travel, and to learn about your deen through travel, then you will come with me one day and do so one of my good friends. He actually came with me on a trip to Australia.

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He finished university and he was about to start working for a company and a few months and he thought let me go and do some backpacking. And I was going to Australia for two weeks. And I told him I said, Listen, if you're going to be in Southeast Asia, why don't you fly over to Australia and stay in my hotel with me for two weeks? You know, don't worry about it. Don't worry about the cost. Just make your way over to Australia and inshallah you know, we'll stay together. And we spent two weeks together and we have this bond now kind of I feel like he's my brother. You know, we ate together, we stayed in the room together went through things together, we experienced hardship

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together, we experienced happiness and joy together. And it was nice. It was absolutely amazing. We got to explore and do things together. And so traveling is nice and traveling with someone is good because you share good times and you build a bond and you you know you build friendships that you'll always cherish for the rest of your life. But you will remember last time it's added together. You wake up and you'll pray Salento photos together, you'll recite the Quran together, you'll be in the car and you'll be learning Islam together. And that's absolutely amazing for us to do my brothers and sisters, we learn that through the examples that are given to us in the Koran, the importance of

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going and traveling and seeing the power in the mind and the greatness of a loss of handle what to add, then a lot brings us to verse number 27 and 28 how the perfect power of Allah subhana wa tada is seen in his creation, known as rain, and then he brings it down for the produce and for the mountains. We spoke about this, I'm not getting into that. But what I am going to highlight here is in verse number 28

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or loss of Hannah, which Anna says

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to continue to do?

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Yes, he says and in the mountains are streaks of varying shades of white, red and Raven black, okay, and he sent down this rain. And he says just as people, living beings and cattle are of various colors as well, of all of Allah servants, only the knowledgeable of his might are truly in awe of him on what is indeed Almighty and forgiving. You know, I wanted to bring up this idea. We're about to eat. We're

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Going to have a start very soon in about 10 minutes right 11 minutes from now it's about here in Milton and shot a lot of data and a lot of hand with Anna mentioned that we as human beings and the creation all different kinds, all different colors and how do they love for us to cherish and enjoy? And you'll notice when it comes to steaks and meats, they're beautiful steaks there are different cuts some people like the tenderloin, some people like the T bone, some people like the

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all the different cuts of Hanawon. You know, so, enjoy it, enjoy the different kinds of meats. There's the young meats, there's the older aged meat, there's the dry aged meat. There's the tenderized meat, there's the one that is rare. That's the one that's medium rare. There's the one that's well done. Enjoy it, I was telling us enjoy from the blessings that he's that he's given to us on earth. And that's important for us to do. My brothers and sisters enjoy from what I'm also paired with Anna has sent to us on this earth.

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And then he shows us inheritance of the Quran is of three types. As in there are three types of believers who, you know, you're we're believers. And because we're believers, we have this book, this guide, right? I've told you, it's always in front of me, right? We have this book. And somehow Allah, Allah says here, then we granted the book to those we have chosen from our servants. So from amongst all of us right now everyone that's watching from amongst us, we've been chosen to be the people who follow this book, right? And we believe in it. And if anyone feels that they're not chosen, then believe in the book, and you're from amongst the chosen ones as well. Right? submit to

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a loss of enemies, and you'll be from the chosen ones. Also. However,

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Allah mentions about this book, something really interesting, he says,

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some of them run themselves. So there's one category of people that will run themselves, they commit sins, they they're Muslim, but they're going to commit sins. And so they receive the book and they know of Islam, and they know of the book, but they still continue to commit sin and do wrong. And some of them follow a middle course. Right? There are some, sometimes they're here sometimes do there, it's, you know, it's okay. They're doing good and hamdulillah right there like

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the law, they're doing well. And then he says, and some are foremost in good deeds, bylaws will, that is truly the greatest bounty. Right? So from amongst the believers, you're not going to have someone who believes in Hamas, they're never going to commit a sin. And this is why when people say, Oh, look, Muslims have done this, well, wait a second, that person may claim to be a Muslim. But just because they do, it doesn't mean that we are all that way. We have some people that are very good Muslims who will not go and harm others and do things. And then we have others that will say that they're Muslim, but still do things that they shouldn't be doing. Right. So there are all

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different kinds of people out there who do different things. And it was apparently data shows us even from amongst the believers, we will have those who do extremely well. And then we have those who are in the middle. And then we have those who

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may have lost some hand with added strength and all of us and bring us closer to him. I mean, we move to Surah Yaseen

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in Surah, Yaseen Allah subhana wa tada is showing us here at the very beginning, from verses number one to seven that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent as a messenger to warn those that we're doing wrong, right. And then in verse number 13, to 17, even after that 2025, a loss of handling data gives us the story of the messengers that were sent. So he says, Give them an example, oh, Prophet of the residents of a town, when the messengers came to them. We sent them two messengers, but they rejected both of them. So we reinforced those two with a third one, a must send a third messenger with a third. And they declared, we have already been sent.

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Sorry.

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And they declared, we have indeed been sent to you as messengers. So they all came to the people of that town and said, We are messengers of God.

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The people replied to them, you are only humans like us. And the most compassionate has not revealed anything, you are simply lying. So they're rejecting a loss of handle what to add and rejecting those messengers that came with the command from Allah subhana wa, Tad, the messengers responded, our Lord knows that we have truly been sent to you. And our Lord knows that we have truly been sent to you. And our duty is only to deliver the message clearly. But what did the people do? They rejected. And then from the farthest east of the city, and then came rushing, someone of knowledge comes rushing and he advises his people. He says, Oh, my people follow the messengers. Follow those

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who asked no reward from you, and are rightly guided. They don't want anything from you in return. They're not seeking wealth from you. They're not

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Seeking any you know favors from you, all they're doing is giving you good advice. That is sound proper, you know authentic advice coming from a law, a message for you take it, why are you rejecting it? And he says, follow those who asked no reward of you and are rightly guided? And why should I not worship the one who has originated me, and to whom you will be returned? How could I take besides him other gods whose intercession would not be of any benefit to me? nor could they save me if the most compassionate Indeed, the most the most compassionate intended to harm me?

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Indeed, I would then be clear the astray as an I'm the last. And I do believe in your Lord, so listen to me. So he's warning his people. Look, I'm from you. I follow what you follow, right? We believe in the same Lord. But you need to listen to these messengers. They're telling us to behave properly and to let go of the ways of the people of the past, but they killed him.

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Then he was told by the angels enter into paradise, as in you will enter Paradise. And he said, If only my people knew

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of how my lord has forgiven me, and made me one of the honorable will suffice with that for today. This is an example of how when someone is trying to convey a message that is pure and and right for us and good for us as human beings to stay away from harm and stay away from things that are no good stay away from things that will destroy us in society. And we reject that. And loss of handling data shows us he doesn't need us and the righteous people he takes away people say, Oh, we lost someone righteous. That's exactly it. We've lost the person who's righteous they've returned to Allah and has been given a status of honor with a loss of handle with Anna and we ask a lot to make us from

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amongst those who receive the highest level of honor and if those who had to suck on the level of faith and my brothers and sisters, may Allah accept from every single one of us throughout this month of Ramadan, may Allah subhana wa tada allow us to continue to seek out Laila to recover if we already haven't already been through it. And we ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to make us from amongst those who enter into the gates of Allah Yun happy seeing the face of a loss of handle which Allah mean, your banana mean, which is a common level haven for some level was in limbo about Okay, and then a b&m. hamadryad early he was going to send him or send them what Alaykum warahmatullahi

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wabarakatuh.