Daood Butt – 30 in 30 – Ramadan 2022-1443 – Day 19

Daood Butt
AI: Summary © The Greatest person in the world is the title "The Greatest person in the world" by Conan O'Brien, which highlights the importance of forgiveness and honoring oneself. The segment discusses the history of Islam, including its implementation as a means of protecting one's body and privacy, the use of the word Islam in a range of different ways, and the importance of avoiding being in control and not wanting to be in control. The segment also touches on the sad reality of living in a world where everything is given for the sake of others and the difficulty of learning to embrace the idea of Islam. The segment concludes with a discussion of the importance of submitting to someone who is not the same as the King of their land and the need to be careful of things that do not make people laugh.
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wa salatu wa he was set out to be in Korea.

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And he of course was allowed to attend the Tasneem rubbish with us silly Emery. Why is that a ministerial comedy? My brothers, my sisters don't want to have to call your mom Catullo.

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Just as a reminder, my daughter requested that I just to remind the sisters, if anyone wants to come and sit in the back of the main prayer hall, you're free to do so. You just come through the doors and sit at the back of the prayer hall there.

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Today is the 19th day of the month of Ramadan, tonight will be the 20th night in sha Allah.

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we're going to be going through the 19th judges of the court which comprises of

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the remainder of swing we started yesterday. also sought after, and too often never ends.

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With regards to sorta gone, we said that would take some examples from it. Go to verse number five.

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Do about verse number 3334 Verse number 25, Allah subhanho edited it shows us here the severity of the Day of Judgment and a few things that Allah subhanaw taala points out in these verses. Now when we talk about the day of judgment, and we talk about our lives, a lot of the time we focus on Jenna, we focus on getting to Paradise, and we have that thought in our minds. And we set that as our goal which is good, right? We try to aspire for agenda and to reach agenda and then not just gender but the profits and a lot more I need to send them says when you ask from a lot asked for the highest level of gender and fit those at the highest level.

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But at the same time, we have to keep in mind that as we are human beings and we do make mistakes and we do fall short or we do at times become weak and given to our desires in this dunya there can be consequences for that and we have to keep that in mind and make sure that we stay away from committing sin stay away from this pleasing loss of cannabinoids either in whatever it is that we're going to be doing throughout our day and on the Day of Judgment no doubt those disobeyed Allah subhanaw retitled that day will not be very easy for them it will not be a pleasant time for them. So ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada says, Watch for the day the heavens will burst with clouds and the angels

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will be sent down on in successive ranks. True off that day will belong only to the most compassionate and it will be off day for the disbelievers. Look what Allah subhanaw taala says here, most of us we don't really pick this up. Allah subhana wa Tada is an mukaiyama Eel out there, man.

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So he uses this word, or this name of Allah subhanaw taala.

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The most compassionate right the Most Merciful.

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And the last hour with Aladin says What can I do man I love caffeine, I see it on and it will be a hard day for the showing that Allah subhanho to highlight as the one who is

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despite his compassion, despite despite him constantly giving us in this dunya Allah subhanho wa Taala on to himself as the most compassionate showing that he will be lenient, but we will also be strict, be lenient, but

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just like you disobeyed you disobeyed. Now we know that it is only with the mercy of a loss of data that will be successful in the era, where our good deeds alone are not sufficient for us to be able to attain paradex This was humility, but for Allah subhanho wa taala, begging from him, to show mercy upon us and to forgive shortcomings, but he himself refers to himself as right and that on that day authority will belong to Him as the most Genet and then he says, we Oh, my way Oh, my volume was 100 Allah says and beware of the day, the wrongdoer

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will bite their nails.

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The day that they went else

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in regret and saying how I wish I had followed the way along with the messenger, how I wish that I had submitted to the way of the messenger during the time, okay, whoever it is that the messages that have

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Those once, then Allah subhanaw taala says will write, the person will say, Well, I wish I had never taken so and so as a close friend. It was he who truly made me stray from the render that had reached me. And Shavon has always betrayed humanity.

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So the friends that we stick to the circle of people that we are close to those people affect us in us. And I'm also happy to add a showing us for those who disobey Allah subhanaw taala it's not just those who disbelieve, but many of us in our lives, we become a product full of who

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we become of

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the people we

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write a percentage person that we hang out with,

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who we become. So the entire study is, you know, looking at human development and who we are as human beings. And I remember one research showing that a person is 10%, who they are, and 9%, who their friends are.

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And I think this specifically for teenagers, right? The research was done on teenagers, they're 10%, who they really are, so their personal personality shows only percent of the time, right who they are. They only read percent of that, but 90% of who they are the people around them. Right? So when close friends, you're taking like, or let's say 10 of you hanging out together. 10% of each one of them is what you implement or what you know, someone that's in their life, and only 10% of who they really are shines all of that, which is pretty sad when you think of it. As human beings we should have more honor and this is why I always say As believers, we should honor ourselves we should hold

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ourselves to a higher standard that we are people who have Iman within us hold ourselves to a standard the standard that is set by Allah subhanaw taala it's time for Salah it's time for Salah we need to speak the truth who speak the truth. You need to say something with full honesty, say with full honesty even if at times it might hurt the person that's it. But it needs to be said for maybe correcting a person's mistake or you know encouraging someone motivating someone. Right? Good positive criticism is neato we have to be mindful of that. So well. That's apparently data shows us that a person will look at their friends or will wish that they didn't hang out with their friends

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in this world. Because on that day, they will actually see what it's brought to them. Verse number 29 It was he who truly made me stray from the reminder after it had reached me and shake on has always betrayed humanity. We know that shape on the whispers to us and trust it distracts us from the remembrance of Allah. The Messenger has cried, Oh my Lord, My people have indeed received this Quran with neglect. Similarly, we make enemies for every Prophet from among the wicked, but sufficient is your Lord as a guide and helper. And in verse number 32 The disbelievers say if only the Quran had been sent down to him all at once

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we have sent it as such in stages of us Hello data says that he revealed in stages why a reassure your heart with it and we have revealed it at a deliberate pace to move us you don't say that the books you look at the books of the past the scriptures of the messengers that came there, screw their legislation, their shitty idea that came to came to them all in one chunk. But what came to the Prophet sallallahu the Quran came over a span of 23 years. Why Allah subhana wa Tada says that the people said why can't you just bring it all at once? Because this is the final scripture the final book to be revealed the final set of rules it would be a little bit too difficult heavy for it

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to come all at once. So ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada shows that it came in stages so that you may reassure your heart okay to do this. Yes, I can do that. Yes, I'm going to say yes, I'm going to cut this out. Okay, this is haram I'll stay away from it and so on and so on and so on. Until you feel the love.

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And you know, like we always say Islam like it's not like a religion where people say okay, in my religion, this and that, like religion is something else that I will just go to or turn to when I need no, no, that is an entire way of life. How we speak how we sit, how we talk, even like sitting in Palawan, right, like your son Good luck.

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Accepting the way the profits are longer. I think it was such a habit of yours. To sit as to sit in the Tisha hood position at first then

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And then when you feel tired, then you change. And you get Joomla coatsworth. For example, there's the etiquette in sitting into a football isn't that that we sit in the position first, and then we become tired we change. But we don't sit in two ways. One second. We don't always the first way we don't sit in the football and this is a Hadith mentions that we don't sit.

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We don't sit like

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this with our feet up. Now sometimes no one's doing it right. Sometimes it's simply a feet up like that. Yeah, like that. Right? We don't sit like that in the hotel.

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Hamdulillah we have tents and clothing now that cover our entire

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body. But at their time, if you were wearing only a boat, were you wearing just a easel? Right? These were these are like a nominee. There's nothing underneath. So if you sit like that you can easily see right through. And when you're on the member, you have a view through everything, right. So that's one of the ways where it's discouraged to sit.

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The other way is to sit leaning back.

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leaning back on your hand, that's the position of the people will be dragged into jungle, right to sit back leaning on your hands and your palms. And if someone needs to lean back on their hands, they should make a fist. Right. That's that's the way that they should do it. But we should refrain from doing that. If we need to lean something lean against something right now on our hands. Why? Because that's the position of the people when they shoot John Doe. A certain people. Yes.

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Like that. Yeah, they're sitting just for you. And masala. That's such a threat to her. Yeah. To the nervous about that question that was sit in, in Salah. That's the default setting mode. Even, for example, someone says I'm tired, we're going to sit down or I have pain in my back and I can't stand in salah I need to sit. The default is not to sit on a chair is to sit on the ground.

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Right. So if a person can't sit on the ground, it sit on the chair or something else.

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But we just refer on immediately to the chair. Like, why do you need if you don't need

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Well, that's so that's that's it? That's what I'm saying. If if person can't sit on the floor, then use the chair. Of course, of course. Yeah. But sometimes we feel tired. Like, not only tired. How about last week, so I have a lower back issue. Right. And last week, my back the pain really, really intense. And there was one night where I was just, like putting up with it. Just Just bear with it. And then you know, I went

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and I was thinking to myself, I'm just gonna go sit down. Oh, I should go sit on the chair. I should just sit down. Because by default, so in my mind, I was like, okay, you know, why do I need a chair I could sit right on the ground to sit down on the ground. So if someone is able to sit on the ground, great if they're not able to sit on the ground and use a chair. So bringing this up to show Islam has taught us in every aspect of our lives, how to do things, right and this is why loss of habitat it reveals the Quran in stages, our hearts feel at ease with what Allah subhanaw taala revealed able to get past it. And it's not something that we just dump on someone else. So it came

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to Muhammad Salah where it was the first man of 23 years.

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The Sahaba of the Allahu Akbar have the most severe fear of the machine when you think interact, but on the other hand, who was like the most raw The FBI is like most wanted, like the most wanted

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person, enemy of the Muslims at the time, who we know you know, mutilated the body of hands out of the lung or after the Battle of awkward

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even after he had passed away she went and mutilated his body. Yet she submitted to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah. Now for someone like that, to submit to Allah Subhan Allah Allah and then of law shows his mercy by not saying here you have to take everything Take it or leave it you have to start fasting 30 days or whatever you have to pace okay you know, pray five times a day you have to go for Hajj you have to do this and this and that. And this is haram haram haram.

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Whoa, this is

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Allah subhana wa Tada graduated to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so that the Sahaba can take it gradually. And we have to think to ourselves when someone is new to Islam that our time

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him, we also have to allow them to take that time to gradually embrace Well, most of what data has revealed. We don't just say a humble allowing Watson for the last 4060 years. Here's the Quran. Sorry, buddy. But now you have to take it off tonight. No. Yes, people have it. But if implemented is going to take some time. Right? It's going to take some time. And so we have to be understanding what's added to this here, you will deliberate pace, right? And we see that even the way the prophets a lot of it was some of the taught.

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So he was referring to Revelation over a span of 23 years. But when to the Sahaba of the law,

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how many verses we teach them?

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We teach them of all Jews at once. A whole Surah

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how many verses week?

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One Surah, some sutras are really

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10 verses at a time, versus he would teach the Saba or the ALLAH and he would leave them with it. Go, this is a group we learn 10 verses, Okay, go.

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When you've been able to live by those 10 verses, then you come back and you get another set of 10 verses. Right? That was the way of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in teaching the Quran to this habit of the Allah. Not like, here's everything, take it, take it, take it to heart. We're human. It's not easy to just, you know, flick, and all of a sudden we have a different person, loss of Hannibal, we try that reveals, in stages.

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Verse number 43, is very, very important. Very important. I always like this idea. And this, you know, is really important to memorize, remember, and to think of

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Allah subhanho wa Taala that says, that, you know, who

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have you seen? He's asking the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, have you seen who has taken their own desire? Is their God?

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Will you then be a keeper over them? Have you seen the one who takes their own desires as their God?

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Think of this person who constantly gives entires

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their desires becomes their God, whose desires are there? Are they

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the persons? So who are they worshiping?

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themselves, themselves. They're worshiping themselves, their own desires, they're getting into their desires. So they're submitting to themselves. And they're rendering their own self as a partner to a loss.

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How severe that is. And look how simple of us have hammer database it out. Have you seen the one who worships their own desires, they give into their own desires, that's their God, whatever you want to do. And I remember growing up in Quebec, this, like, I used to think of this all the time, because Quebec, Montreal, it's just like free for all, do what you want, right? The schwa de vivre, just, you know, enjoy life, whatever you want to do, do it. Wherever you want to go, go, whatever you want to wear, wear, what you don't want to wear, don't wear, it doesn't matter. You know, just live as you want to live, no rules.

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No rules, you are worshiping yourself, you're giving into your life, you think, you know, what is best for you as a human being, we don't know what's best for us. Sorry to say it, we don't. We know what's best for us based on what ALLAH SubhanA data has said is best for us. And because we've instilled that within us as Muslims, as believers, who have the love, we know that that is what's best for us. Right? And so we give the example all the time like,

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you are having a bad day. And you say to yourself, Man, I'm just gonna go smoke some marijuana.

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It's like, no, why? Why would you do that stuff at all? Why? Right? It's going to make your mind travel to another, you know, dimension, you're going to be like, anyhow, that's the point. The person will Yeah, I'll get my worries today. It's okay. I'll just let go and forget. No,

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because we need to be in control. And we know that if we do this, we're not in control. And we know that we'll be just displeasing and disobeying the last parameter is their own wisdom to think like, oh, but all I'm doing is relaxing. No, you're not relaxing.

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You're doing something that's displeasing to a hospital and

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you think it's good for you don't. Same thing with pretty much anything like people say, you know, it's been a long week. They go to the bar and they drink, right, or they pick up on the weekend. And then they get

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Buying a car and the wheel, they drive the car and they hit someone the rest of their life in prison.

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Was it worth it? No. So you knew what was best, right? You knew what was best for you? Didn't Allah tell us that that's dangerous? Yes.

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Insulin as well are serving, you know, sentences for drinking and then driving and hitting people. It's sad, it's a sad reality. Because the believer knows that this of all people it shouldn't be. But this is the you know, the sad reality that that we're living. So Allah, Allah says in verse number 43, ATM and into 11. How have you seen, or Prophet Muhammad, sadly, a lot one was taking their own desires as their God and just giving in and doing whatever they want to do.

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But to move on in sha Allah to do a show how not

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to show at all honestly just want to skip right to the Edit because the last couple of years through a majority of the SOA and in fact, the most popular data starts or begins the you know, the beginning of you could say of the Surah, about a quarter of the soil about Musa alayhis salam, the story of Ibrahim the story of Nora the people have had solid and femoral with his son once again. But if we go right to the end of the sewer, or near the end of the surah it's an interesting song because it has over 200 verses in it. What other saw has over two verses in it? So that's a buck or near as long as sort of all right all the verses and so that's a shot are like pretty short, right?

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Like literally just few words in each sentence in each.

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But if we go to verse number 195

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of us pan with Allah shows us here

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even before that, let's go over the in the fee that if you

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can act on what million of us Panama that says surely and this is a sign that Yeah, most of them would not believe. And your Lord is certainly the almighty most merciful as these are Lorraine. Allah subhanaw taala then says this is certainly a revelation from the Lord of all worlds, which is which the trustworthy spirit here in Djibouti at Cena brought down in the heart of Muhammad salallahu Alaihe Salam so that you may be one of the Warner's in a clear Arabic tell him he said in the movie in almost hanaway to lssbb said in Arabi Ian will be right. Clear. Arabic language, the sound is tongue right. So basically, when we say your mother, what is your? What is your language?

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Right? So in Arabic Now Subhanallah what's really interesting of us is non Arabs, I'm not Arab. I speak Arab, not Arab. Many non Arabs will say how can like Allah reveal that in a language that we understand, but it's not a language that we understand? It isn't. But it's a language easy to understand if we only try it.

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And it's the language of the Quran. So we should try and have the lie. You know, many of you will come from

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countries where your language the words are similar. So if you speak or do I would say maybe maybe some Punjabi words as well, right? Definitely not a stone. Right. That's a different story in itself. But you know, some of the words that you know from your own languages are similar to the Arabic words, right? Like a brother came to me today after though and he asked me He says,

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When I say

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Shokran Hamdulillah.

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What does that mean in Arabic? He says I know what it means to do. But how do we say that in Arabic and like that is Arabic. Shaka is Arabic Alhamdulillah is Arabic. He's like, it's like nobody has Arabic. Right? And so have a lot many of the words in the terms that are used are similar.

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was paired with Allah revealed or

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is it the most difficult language that you would say exist on Earth?

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You Chinese Mandarin.

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Okay, is that Germany? It didn't know anything.

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Anyone else? Most people will say Chinese is one of the most difficult languages right? Whether it's Cantonese or Mandarin, right? languages are spoken in China.

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Many Chinese learn Arabic.

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I remember my classmate who sat with me in my very first semester he sat right in front of me this tall skinny Chinese face

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You know, brother Lester learning Arabic, and we were like Batum he's like banged on, you know, mustard using mash mash, mash to one, you know, like really struggling to pronounce it because for them it sounds right, their language is more sounds not like much pronounciation and so Subhan Allah is really interesting like I, my second year I had a roommate that was Chinese, and he was graduating with the of Hadith and half of the Quran. And I remember asking him, like, recite some color, and for me, I've never heard a Chinese person or sight before, and he was like, he recited it just like we recite it. It's just amazing. Absolutely amazing, right? So we say to ourselves, like,

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Oh, this is difficult. This is hard, but the reality is ALLAH SubhanA wa, tada made it a language that anyone in any any, you know, country on Earth, regardless of what language you speak, you can learn Arabic. You can learn Arabic. It's a language that is easy to be understood. It's technical, yes, but it's easy. And it flows and it's beautiful. And it reaches the heart, right reaches the heart. And so this is the the Sunnah of the poet's. So Allah subhanaw taala. Here he talks about the Quran and now how the Quran was revealed

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in the Arabic language. And he says very soon in our being mopinion Could be your Arabic language, and deed been foretold in the scriptures of those who came before was it not sufficient proof for those who deny I was permitted, it has been recognized by the knowledgeable children of Islam. But

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had we revealed the Arab who would then recite it to the deniers those who denied in fluent Arabic.

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Still, they will believe in it.

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This is how we allow them to stick into the hearts of they will not believe in next until they see a painful punishment, which will take them by surprise, when they least expect it. So of us parameter mentions the Quran and revelate in Arabic. And after that, it transitions and talks about the winds and how you know, a lot of poetry especially it's Allahu Allahu wa salam, the most frequent those who will do poetry that were non believer years is to

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lie and fabricate things and make things up. So you'll notice we could sort of, say the standard comedian.

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Right, the stand up comedian to capture the ear of the person, or what Subhanallah says, Shall I inform you of one of the devils actually descended upon?

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They just send every sinful wire who gives an attentive ear to have truths, mostly passing on sheer lives. As for poets, they are followed merely by deviance. Do you not see how they rent in every field, they talk about everything and anything as though they know it, only saying what they never do. Except those who believe who do good, who remember a lot often and poetically avenge the believers after being wrongfully slandered. The wrongdoers will come to know what evil and they will meet in verse number 227, at the very end of sort of, to show out also of us what it says about the poet's, you know, it's good to do poetry, to learn how to do poetry and write it and read it, but it

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has to be true. And it has to be things that are said that is not shaped that is not, you know, making people submit to something other than a loss of habitat.

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And when you think of poetry, or you think of the comedians or you think of people who are acting, you know, people who take the spotlight and say what they say in order to attract, you know, people to them through their words, a lot of the time they have to say things that are not true.

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Or insulting or swearing, or things that are not good that Allah subhanaw taala doesn't like, right? So we have to be very careful of that my brothers and sisters always speak the truth are don't say anything at all, and to make jokes and say things, you know, just to make people laugh. If it's not true, if it's a lie, we're not allowed to say it doesn't matter. People say Oh, it's just a joke. No, it's a lie.

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Saying it as a joke, but it's still a lie. Okay.

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Then we move to sort of the normal.

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Sort of the normal we heard this being recited the other day about some Hannah Montana shows us the story of Solomon Ali his salaam, and how he thanked the boss of Hannibal

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To add after hearing the call of the Ents, right? We call it the ends that were there and they said, you know, the aunt called out as almost kind of the dad says,

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go and go quickly into your homes. So the man in his armies do not crush you unknowingly, right, the end story of the end. And so all the ends, you know, they scrambled to get back underground so that they're not being trampled on by a settlement

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thank you

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for your patience,

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and to do good deeds that please you to them, and don't enter his setup. These were people who, you know, they were thankful always I was talking to a brother today and he was saying like, Subhan, Allah to prophets, father and son, two times in the Quran, Allah Subhana. Allah mentions to submit in such that we're referring to each one of these prophets, and they were prophets. That thanked apostle, right? They were thankful for what they had.

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And then Allah subhanaw taala tells us a story of Solomon. One day he was there, he was inspecting the birds and was wondering where's the hobo, right? And this bird came in and said, I know something that you write and seen this palace I

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you know, the Shiva, right and what they indeed found a woman pulling over them, the Queen of Sheba, who's the Queen of Sheba, was their name

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right rupees, I found a woman moving over them has been everything that she needs and who has a Magnificent Throne, like her throne, who was just like spectacular. I found her people prostrating to the Sun instead of Allah for shade. Yvonne has made us appealing to them, right? Allah subhanaw taala says, NLL who was shaped by the

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beautiful statement was a another Homer shape I know

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that Allah subhanho wa Taala allowed shape on to do this make their actions, disobeying Allah Subhana Allah seen view they think they're doing the right thing has made their deeds appealing to them, hindering them from the right weight and leaving them on. So they do not prostrate to Allah brings forth what is hidden in the heavens, what you all conceal and what you reveal. So now so they met I just said him

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told by this queen who rules the people, Shiva is where was it was it in

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which area of the world

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the area was present day yet it

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is a law there is no God worthy of worship except him the Lord of the Mighty Throne then it his setup says

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we will see you're telling the truth or lie and we're going to test this bird T with you whether you're telling the truth or you lie

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this letter of mine so send a letter to her delivered to then stand aside and see going to respond the Queen later analysis so Allah subhanaw taala fastball towards the letters delivered and she responds back to her people right her advisers around her Oh advisors, oh chiefs, indeed a noble letter 100 To me, it is from any reads this beloved watermelon and wine, in the name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful

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Do not be arrogant with me whatsoever nowadays said I'm sister Don't be arrogant with me. But come to be fully submitting to Allah.

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She said oh chiefs buys me in this matter. For I would never make any decision. Without you. We are people of strength and great military strength or might but the decision is yours. So decide whatever you want and we will fulfill that.

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Now let's take a break. So Damon sends this letter and says Mr. Rana, Rahim

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Do not be as me

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come here and submit to Allah.

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Now she is governing or she is going about dealing with this letter, like a typical king or COVID

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One thing failing with another, or one king and queen fighting amongst themselves, so they're not the same as the king of his land. However, he's not saying come and submit it.

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He thinks

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he is making it very clear in

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column this year, and submitted.

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Yes, I'm the king and I govern these lens, but you don't come and submit to me, you submit to Allah. That's a true king.

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That's a true leader who leads and takes responsibility in leading, but never as the people do, as I say,

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do as Allah wants,

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as soon as that that King may make or that Queen may make our decisions that are based on what ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada would want.

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So his message to her is not like the typical King, where it's like coming here or going to come and conquer your land. And I will, oh, he doesn't want that. The same comments, also kind of attack.

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So they respond to her by saying, you know, military, thanks, if you want, we can go and you know, fight. So she lists them. Indeed, when kings invade, land, they ruin it to the police, it's nobles. She's a typical King. Not so they learn not one who's

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a king of a mind is going to come in right everything, and force everyone to basically look ever fit our own

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problems like I'm the king, and I'm your Lord. Right? Do as I say and submit to Him. He has a villa.

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But I will certainly send him a gift. She says I'm going to send him a gift, and see what response my envoys will return with me, will return with to me.

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So when the chief envoy came to him to send him on a histogram, he said, Do you offer me well?

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It's like, Are you bribing me?

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Do you offer me well, what Allah has granted me is far greater than what he's granted you.

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Know, it is you who rejoice in receipt, go back to them go.

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For we will serve mobilize against the horses, which they can never resist this, and we will drive them out of from their in disgrace, fully humbled, we will be humbled, they will be driven out. We're submitting to a lot.

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So the man asked us, which of you can bring me her throne before they come to me in full submission.

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So now he's asking his people, right. And I remember the days leading up to every level loss of habitat in the animals, right? One of the mighty Jinns are that if return? We know Jin Allah subhanaw, Taala and Jin method.

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Johnson says, I can bring it to you rise from this council of years before these, I will bring her throne to you, and then quite long and trustworthy for this.

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Someone amongst them? Allah subhana, Allah says, The one who had knowledge of the Scripture, a wise person who submits to Allah says I can bring it to you, in the blink of an eye.

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So when so they learned saw it, please be for him. So why why

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this person is a wise person who submits to a loss of habitat and knows that yeah, the gymnasts. But if Allah was ALLAH can bring it in the blink of an eye.

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You don't even need to send someone there to

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Allah will make it and so of course, he didn't say this, this wise person makes possible. I don't know what to add, for the throne to be brought to silly man.

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And the throne is bronze. Allah has appeared right there. And like we know a lot can make anything happen.

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So when Solomon saw it, please before him, he says, this is by the grace of my Lord, to test me leader. Whether I'm grateful or ungrateful, and whoever is grateful it is only for their own good, but whoever's ungrateful, surely my LORD is self sufficient, most generous. And then so the man said, disguise her throne for her. So we may see whether she recognizes it, or if she is unable to. So when she comes,

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she left her land left her throne

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there and see

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We can, this looks like my throne. Right? So disguise it. So she did. So when she arrived the loss of habitat as verse number 42, it was sent to her this year thrown. Right? Is this your throne?

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She might, it looks to be the same, we have already received knowledge of certain events prophethood or this miracle and have submitted.

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Right? She received knowledge of something.

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He hadn't hindered what she still was within

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a summer.

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Instead of us handling data for she was indeed from people. And then she was told to enter the palace.

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But when she saw the hallway, she saw

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that it was one.

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And so Allah subhana wa Tada says, He made her legs better, like she lifted her suited her dress for clothing. So they might have said, it's just a palace paved with

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she thought it was water, and her clothing was gonna get wet. And she

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seemed like it was floating on water. But it was actually glass crystal.

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And so did you know her clothing exposed her legs, and she was about to walk on it. At last she did clarify, Lord, I have certainly wronged my soul. This is my

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paid to look like mine. But it actually is mine. It was right. Now I fully submit myself along with Sullivan to Allah word of the worlds. So she submits to an avoider either through that.

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And that sort of, but at the end of the day is for us. So we'll stop there and try to add, you know, one thing that I'm bringing up, I mentioned it the other day, since we're talking about sewage, and

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I'll mention it again. I don't know if everyone was here. When I was talking about the end, I gave a story of how a few weeks ago

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was about over a month ago, I went through the prison going from one unit to another. So long hallway. And I saw

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as we're getting closer, you know, halfway through, you can see this trail on the ground, those ends that were coming through a crack in the floor.

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And they were going all the way down to the end of the hallway just before the doors right there's like these grille doors that open close typical like, you know, jail prison doors.

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Just before them. There's another hallway that connects and that's where the food carts come by. Right. So when it's time to eat just below the food carts there. And this like piece of potato or something fell out of one of the trays onto the ground and the wheel crushed it onto the ground. So it was like smudged.

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Look at how awesome Howard Allah is.

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He is the one who provides

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How did the ends who live outside the prison, right? Enter into a building that is designed and constructed and built in a way to keep whoever's inside in and whoever's outside out. How did they know that there was a crushed piece of food on the ground at the end way

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for them to come and eat. And that was there it is revisions.

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And they came back and walked all the way down the hallway. And they were just gathered around eating. And I remember stopping there and I was talking to the brothers with those expandable. How did they know that this was here? How did this piece of food was here? They live outside and available to them outside? How did they know to come isn't wolves to do? This? It's about boggles your mind. And every one that the staff and guards they walked by and they saw it and they were like, That's just amazing. And we're like Eriko from from a bot miracle from God and did like this just amazing. How did these acts know? That this food is here? And that goes how Allah Subhana Allah

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is the One who provides and he provides for us in places and at ways in times that we least expect.

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Like, how much just think of it this building it's a prison is designed like it's beefy. It's it's it's built to keep people out

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and keep the people in that they can't escape. But the ends made their way in and they knew that there was food there how can we avoid those extra light it's just amazing. Right? And so when we think of Allah is Allah Zack what's for us and how good was that because provided food for everyone today as well. Not just

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Ah, see some nice packages of food back there for us to enjoy in sha Allah Subhan Allah to add a bless us as Allah zakat with more and more provisions in this life and from the best of His bounties and ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada have mercy on every single one of us. I mean, just about to come off ecommerce selling

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