Channel: Daood Butt
Series: Daood Butt - Ramadan 2015
Explanation of Surah Al-Mulk and the entire 29th Juzz’ and the first half of the 30th Juzz until the end of Surah Al-Ghaashiyyah
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Bismillah Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam O Allah Ashraful, and yet you will mursaleen in a bu now Mohammed Denali of model salatu wa automata. Slim and about. My brothers and sisters in Islam said Mr Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.
Maybe if the lights, makes it brighter,
keeps us awake, the lights on inshallah.
So we will go through the, what we left off with yesterday. So we were supposed to cover the first quarter of the 29th juice. But we didn't have time to do that yesterday. So we'll do that today. And we'll do an additional one and a quarter just so we're going to cover one and a half just in this one hour in Sharla. And we might actually finish early.
No, that's saying that all month long, but I still have hope. I have hope in myself and Sharla that I'll be able to do that that last panel metallic gives me the ability and tofik to do that
sort of doing work, which is the beginning of the 29th sunan. Now, I'm not going to say all the names of the sodas that we're going to go through because there's over two dozen or about two dozen. So just we're going to go from the beginning of the 29th just until
just before sort of till fudger which is the
just one half of the juices remaining from the 30th just because tomorrow night they'll recycle the 30 only half of the juice in Sharla.
And will we will we will be here as well in Charlotte, Atlanta will continue right up until the end of Ramadan. We were just discussing what we should do what we could cover. Some of the brothers were you know, suggesting maybe solder something related to saunas and what we what we say and why we do what we do during our sauna inshallah, we'll see we'll see if we'll talk about it in Sharma
sort of talked about the 67 sort of the Quran. And in this sort of sub panel, Allah subhana wa Taala brings some very powerful lessons and signs for us from pretty much here or we saw them you know, in the in the previous slide of the Quran, but going all the way until the end of the answer panel, Allah highlights a lot of very powerful lessons for us, you know, things that had happened previous events, but also talking a lot about the hereafter the day of judgment to death, making us realize, and when you look at the beginning of the course and all the way to the end, you could probably see now how the transition of the themes of what was taking place in the Quran, you know, float. So the
Quran began and it was, you know, telling us from the beginning, right, that he couldn't keep tabula by Buffy that there's no doubt in this book, and then it goes on into stories and long lessons for us to learn from and then somehow, then it starts to get a little more specific, right, and then talking about incidents that happened, lives of the profits of the past, and how they were the people were warned, and so on. And then notes, kind of like if you read through the verses, it's like very straightforward, very straightforward. Lessons just coming one after the other, boom, boom, boom, one after the other. So panela and, you know, it's it's very difficult. Today, I was
reading through, you know, trying to prepare for today. And I started early on purpose, because I know there's a lot in soul, you know, so many different sources. Which one do you pick and choose? Which one do you skip out? Which one do you, you know, touch upon. And so Pamela, you know, really wants us to sit and ponder over the sources of the court. And so that's why I was thinking maybe in the last few days, because tomorrow will conclude with the recitation of the Quran will finish, you know, going through the Quran, but maybe in the next few days after that, because we will continue as well. Maybe go over some of these last few sources of the Quran that that we tend to recite all
the time in our Salah, we tend to here always in our solar, but we don't spend much time learning them right like soon after the fact to have for example, maybe go over to one of their fancy high end details in detail. So here in sort of termica last panel, Johanna begins from vs number one to six
describing his power of describing his, his his ability and his strength and the might of Allah subhanho wa Taala and then talking about his creation and how he created the creation and then going into examples and lessons for us there and then Allah subhana wa Taala transitions into talking about help john know, right and the verses that are related to john numb and how, you know, some handle a very good, good thing for each and every one of us to do maybe tonight. For those that have you know, Internet access, go on YouTube, and machete dog[???] his recitation of sort of homework, right, we all know machete and watch it, but he recently or There was a recent video that was done,
and it actually has, you know, images that relate to the verse
that are being recited. So as you're going across the verses, right where it talks about the fire of jahannam, you'll see like a hand and then you'll see fire. And so somehow the person that put it together, you know, tried to find images of the world of the creation of a loss of Hannah Montana and tied them in with the verses. And as you know, the shekel machete, as he recites those verses Subhana Allah, you know, you're looking at these at these images that are making you feel the surah. Right, it's making you because when you recite it, you only imagine what Allah Subhana without is talking about. But like we said, as human beings, we like to see things we like to feel things it
has to be tangible has to be in front of us. And so the images that are there that are relating to the swan, and then you read the English on the bottom, you know exactly what's being said. So Pamela, it's very impactful. So for those of us that have the opportunity to do so, try and go over sort of my daughter loves you know, this this actual video. That's how I know so much about it, because she she watched it so many times going to sleep, to the extent that she memorized sort of Monica that way, right?
mishary Rashid alafasy. Yes, yeah. I saw that he was a student in Medina when I was there. And I used to go to this internet cafe called Eva net, myself shakima. Slash Naveed, we used to go there because it was the closest internet cafe to our university. And shake a machete would always be sitting at the computer, we'd look and see which computer he's sitting at. And we try and you know, sit in front of him. While he's, you know, on the internet. At that time, we didn't have access to the internet on our phones and stuff.
In verses verse number 19, Allah subhana wa tada goes on and talks about, again, the signs of Allah subhanho wa Taala, the airplanes and the highlights, sorry, not the airplanes, the birds, and how the birds if you look at the bird, how do you think the bird flies? Right? We know how the bird flies because we studied science and we've you know, been taught it in school and how, you know, the physics, you know, in terms of the wind blowing and lifting the bird because of the wings, but Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about the bird, and how the bird you know, spreads out its wings, and then brings its wings in and how does this bird fly? And then today, we look at it. So how do I when we
look at the sky, we see the bird flying, right? It's Air Canada, and it's flying in the sky. And children ask sometimes, how does this fly? It's so big, right? It's massive. And I like to take my children, I mean, I go to the airport all the time to catch flights. But my children like airplanes, I guess, because I'm always on a flight. And so so kinda they like to go to the airport and watch the airplanes landing and taking off. So we take them to the airport, and how they see the planes coming in. And like, Oh, it's so big. And really, it's so big. But so kind of as, as adults, do we ever wonder how this works? Like, yes, we know, we know that the engines, you know, are spinning
really fast, and you know, drawing air underneath the wing and lifting it. But do you think of the amount of weight that's inside that airplane, like the amount of weight in terms of people that are in there. And then in terms of the luggage, and we all know, especially if this slide is going to Pakistan martial arts filled with extra weight, right, because I was trying to cram in extra weight in their suitcases. And so somehow the amount of weight that's inside those airplanes, you have a loss of habitat that allows it to fly in the air and not flying two meters or three meters above the ground, like not flying low in case you know, it, you know, it can't carry its weight, and then it
just flies down and falls down on the ground. And you know, it still can bounce with its wheels, less kind of Italian takes it up in the sky, up to 3536 39,000 feet in the air 40,000 feet high in the air somehow a lot. That heavy, you know, object can fly in the air. And Allah Subhana Allah gives us the example of that in the birds, right? Birds, when you look at them, how do they fly, they just put their wings out, and they bring their wings in, and they, you know, extend them and move them in that motion up and down. So Canada, but they can fly through the air. And we can stand there and go like this all day long. And we're not going to lift one inch off of the ground. In
fact, not even a millimeter off the ground. Right. And so last Hamilton is trying to remind us of his creation, right to to look at the creation of the last panel with Dan and that's why I said you know, that video
on YouTube machete, Russia that are fuzzy, but it has, you know, I'll have to find the actual title for it. And it has those images as they roll by Pamela you, you see what Allah subhanho wa Taala is referring to or you get at least, you know, an idea by those those images, like when a las panatela talks about the fire of jahannam you're not going to see images of jahannam right, but you're going to see an image of a fire and how the fire Subhanallah you know, the other day we were with the brothers and they were saying one of the worst types of torture that anyone can ever face is to be burnt
to be burned. Right? And what does the last parameter they do in
the fire and people will burn and then the skin will come back and then people will burn
right and so Allah subhanho wa Taala and it's something that Allah has forbidden for us to do on this earth. It's forbidden to do. Right and we noticed recently we saw you know ISIS and how they've done things and they say this is being done under the banner of Islam. It isn't the prophets of Allah, Allah He was someone completely warned against this. You are not allowed to torture anyone using the method of burning them. Right and setting them on fire. It is completely against the deen. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala, you know, uses those types of punishments for those who disobey Allah subhanho wa Taala, which is the most grave sin that anyone can, can ever commit in terms of,
you know, belief shift, sort of to noon, the next hoorah solar to noon, also known as
solar to column That's right, sort of kind of, as the scholars call it sort of known because it begins with the letter noon, but it also talks about su about which prophet we spoke about earlier. A couple of weeks ago, Yunus Allah has sent up what did we say he was his nickname, though, the noon right the the Companion of the fish, the Companion of the whale, the big fish, a new one in Arabic is a big fish a whale. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala here in saltwater known or unknown, I should say, talks about the story of Yunus Allah has set up but before that, at the very beginning, no
one palani Rama is on Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about the pen, right? And how the pen itself here the scholars differ is this is this actually talking about the pen, which was used to write the color? Or is this the pen as in the actual pen, like a pen that people keep in their pockets? Right. And so you know, there's there's difference of opinion with regards to the majority goes with the fact that this is the pen that wrote the color,
the color of Allah subhanho wa Taala, when he commanded everything to you know, flow and have its, its Lifeline, its cycle its schedule, each and every one of us Allah subhanho wa Taala obviously commanded the pen to write, right and so, the scholars here talk about the pen and how it was used to write other and that same pen, not the same pen, but the same, you know, idea of a pen that we use to write, we can use to write in, you know, we can write good things, or we can write things that are going to be harmful. And when we say write today, what is the modern version of writing with a pen,
swiping with our finger good What else computer right typing. And so Pamela, we can use the method of writing in whatever types of writing it is, whether it's writing with a pen, or writing with our fingers in terms of typing on the keyboard or swiping across the screen of our phones, we should do it with goodness with hired with a son, the best things that we say, should come out of our mouths, and the best things that we type should come out of, you know what we type as well. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us
men can a human will be learning when your mill advocate for local hire an hourly estimate, whoever believes in Allah subhanho wa Taala, and the Day of Judgment the last day, the final day, then say good or remain silent. And so it's important for us to realize that in the modern context, as well, when we are typing on the internet, are we typing things that are good? Are we backbiting others? Are we talking about other people? Are we saying things that is going to end subpanel remember, when you post anything on the internet, whether it's a small sentence or something long and lengthy, anything that goes out there that someone can take and reuse, you have either contributed towards a
higher or towards a shift towards something that's good or something that's bad. And that can continue for many, many years, when it's on the internet. It can go on and on and on what you had typed can be used to copy and paste over and over and over and can actually become harmful against you or useful for you on the Day of Judgment. So we ask Allah subhana wa watanuki to give us, you know, a greater understanding of how to use the pen and all its modern, you know, types. All right. In the second verse in verse number two Allah subhana wa tada says
taburiente are meant to be kept emerging.
masum han with Anna here shows us that Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not crazy. He's not a crazy person and Subhanallah you know this However, when they would hear the message of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam which was the Quran, it only made them feel more comfort inside of them more, you know, tranquility that's that they accepted this message that had come from Allah subhanho wa Taala. But then we should again when
I heard it. They said, You know what? You're crazy. This doesn't make any sense. you're someone who's illiterate. Right? How is it that you're coming up with these words? This must be magic. There's no way someone who doesn't read or writes can come up with these words, but he wasn't coming up with the words. They weren't the words of Mohammed. So the longer I think he was sent them, they were the words of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And they still are the words of Allah subhanho wa Taala. They're preserved for us inside of the Quran. So Ma and to be near material because you mentioned, you know, don't let people tell you or can or try to try to make it seem as though Muhammad
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is a madman, he is a blessing from Allah subhanho wa Taala. He was chosen by Allah subhanho wa Taala to convey this message to us, and there's a reason behind it. There's a hikma behind? Why Allah subhanho wa Taala chose someone that could not read or write. There's wisdom behind it. Don't you think that if the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam could read and writes and was a poet and was capable of writing poetry, that people would just say this came from him and didn't come from a lot. Of course, people would say that, in fact, that would be an even more heavy argument than those that are ignorant and say, you know, you're just a crazy madman,
right? They would say, and even in modern times, people would accuse Muslims of following a man known as Mohammed, who simply wrote this book and trick the minds of the people on Allah subhanho wa Taala, selected someone that could not read, could not write, for the purpose of conveying this last and final message that would come to all the human beings for the rest of time, that it came to you through someone that could not read and could not write, therefore, it's not from him. It's divine. This is not someone who was capable of putting all of this together in that, you know, short amount of time. And throughout his entire life, he remained someone who could not read and cannot write,
and that was Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in verses 48 to 52. Allah subhanho wa Taala reminds us to be patient and not hasty, like Eunice Allah has sent him in his decision with his people and we know Eunice Allah has sent him he left his people before the order had come to him from Allah subhanho wa Taala. before Allah subhanho wa Taala commanded him to leave or told him to leave. Eunice na has sent him he made a decision on his own and he left. But that doesn't mean that anyone has the right to make fun of you and us out of his center or to blame him or to say that you know, he had done something that was wrong or, you know, to try and say that he should not have been
a prophet or he was a lesser of a prophet. So panela we notice in the statement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says, Not to say that I am better than unison Mata.
Don't say that he is better and here remember we did a research study our professors when I was a student in Medina, they asked us to research this topic, which one of the prophets and messengers is better than the other? So Pamela, we couldn't come up with a conclusion, because as much as there's evidences to show that you know it, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam last and final messenger Allah kind of metallic chosen him gave him their seal of of messenger ship of Prophet with at the same time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Not to say that he is better than unison method.
or none of us should also say that we are better than unison Mehta, even though he left before the command of a loss of cannibal attack. Right? So it's important for us to realize that the prophets and messengers had all been given their specific messages, their specific books or their specific mission from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Yes, we know we have the
right which are, how many chosen prophets, five chosen prophets, who are they? Do we know what the only lies are?
No, not the books, the lil azim are five prophets that were chosen by Allah subhanho wa Taala because of their level of patience and their perseverance, right, but some kind of love when we look at it. We don't know the wisdom behind it. Really. We don't know the wisdom behind it. This is with a loss of Hannah Montana. There are five profits. Who knows though
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Ibrahim at his center, he sadly has no know how to his lm and Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, right? So there are five prophets and when we look at those lives of those prophets, Subhana Allah Moosa aisyah the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, those are more modern we know about them we know their stories in detail we've gone through their lives in the Quran. We also know about Ibrahim Allah His son and new Allah has sent up what was the you know, what was the thing that happened at the time of no highlight his son and that was different from all the time before that shift, right people started to worship
Idylls things other than Allah subhanho wa Taala that was the very first time that it began. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala teaches us that in the Quran
we'll move on in sha Allah tala to which What are we going to take next?
Sort of till have gone, okay, so not to happen which is the 69 sort of,
sort of to have by Allah subhanho wa Taala in verses number 19 to 24 highlights the happiness of receiving our book of deeds in the right hand and let's recite these verses in sha Allah tat. So verse number 19, Allah Subhana which I had access
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Bhima is left to feed Amina Hania. So Allah subhanho wa Taala, you know, talks about the person, the believer the moment the the the person who receives their book in their right hand, right, they received their book of deeds in the right hand and that is a good sign from a loss of accountability that you can receive it in your right hand or you could receive it in your left hand. Right? There are some that might even receive it behind their backs.
And Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about those here that receiving in the right hand, and what will they say ha mokara Uchi tabea in Nirvana and to unimodular in Serbia, I thought that I was going to be accountable for what I've done in my life. I thought that I was going to you know, have to give answer and I would be questioned about this thing and that thing, and the person will think so kinda I did not expect to receive this in my right hand. Yet they will receive it in the right hand in the oven and to aneema in Serbia for Hua theory chatear robbia and he will end up enjoying himself in general and going and enjoying himself feagin nuttin Alia puto ha Danya kulu washer abou honey and
Bhima as left unfilled a Yemen Kalia, go and enjoy yourself, eat and drink from what you wish and desire. Go have fun, enjoy yourself now. Why? Because those days when you were on Earth, you worked hard. You persevered, you turn to Allah subhanho wa Taala you worshipped him, you made mistakes, you made mistakes, we all make mistakes, right? You we commit sins, Allah Subhana Allah knows that we commit sins but we continue to turn back to Allah subhana wa attired, we continue to turn back to Allah. Always in constantly turning and and asking Allah Subhana Allah to Allah. As we mentioned yesterday with the Rooney a Steven acoem call upon me I will answer you as Allah subhanho wa Taala
says so here Allah highlights the fact that the person will receive this book and think Whoa, I thought I was going to be you know held accountable for the things that I've done in my life but Allah has given me glad tidings of gender. Then what does the last panel with had to say in verse number 25? Until 37.
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So Allah subhanho wa Taala talks now about the person who will regret what they've done. The person who receives their book in their left hand while I'm an OT Akita who will be Chemin de Fer yaku what will they say?
Yeah, Tony Lim Ooh, tech Italia. How I wish that I was never even given this book. Why? Because that left hand will signify there's a problem.
There's a problem. We've received that book in the left hand. Yeah Litani lamb, ooh, tacky tabea while Dyneema he savea right, this person will wish that Subhana Allah they would not have to come and stand before Allah subhanho wa Taala and then they will go through this moment of regret, they will look at their life they will look at what they have done. They would look at some kind of law and and ask the ask themselves, why did I do this? Why didn't I have better friends? Why didn't I go through a better lifestyle? And we see that throughout the last versus the last sutras of the Quran. Allah subhana wa attallah talks about it a lot. And we'll we'll highlight again shortly inshallah
we'll move on to the next one. So let's do Nottage which is the 70 if sort of the sort of number 17.
Sort of to manage Allah subhanho wa Taala here in verses number eight to 18 refers to the criminal right the criminal the wrongdoer will want read some for everything and I want to recite these verses as well because it ties in with exactly what we were talking about. This This person will say, Allah subhana wa tada here says in the Quran, Yom takuna some
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Here I'll also kind of want to highlight talks about the person and you know if you look at the translation, a lot of the time it'll say criminal, but this is the person who had who had transgressed the limitations of the [???]ty I've gone against what Allah subhanho wa Taala had warned us about and at times, possibly even shift right.
and here also kind of went to Allah you know mentions, how you know what will happen and then this person will say and the friend shall not ask a friend, and then this person will say your boss sorona yo do moogerah moolah yesterday manera. De Bo, meet me, Benny, this person will wish that Subhanallah they can give for ransom as what they have done all of these things. Now watch, this person says that they wish that they would be freed if they had if they could give in ransom, what their children, their children. Now imagine you want to save yourself to the extent that you're willing to sacrifice your children for your own self. And that's a sign for us that on the Day of
Judgment. We always think that you know we want goodness for our children. We want this we want that and some of us will lack or cut off parts of our Deen for the sake of maintaining a relationship that is going to be pleasing to our children or our children sometimes try to control I noticed some families to panela the children as they grow older they try to control their parents to take them away from the dean simply because they know their parents heart is soft towards the child. And so whatever the child wants, even though the child is a grown adult with their own children, they manipulate the minds of their parents to try and make them feel as though you know what we need this
we need this house we need this car we need this dunya we need to go on vacation we need to lose the hijab we need to just you know forget about prayer This is modern times we don't need to do this and so the parents feel so much sadness inside of them that they give up their Deen for their children but some handle on the Day of Judgment the last panel with Allah says that we would give up our children so that we would not be punished we would give up our children so that we would not be punished Yeah What do Luigi remove low yesterday mean either be yummy even be Benny was saw Liberty he will be? Then what does what does this person say that they would wish to give up? Their
companion who's their companion their spouse, their spouse to save themselves
while saw Hey Betty he or he and their own siblings, their own siblings, so they would
sacrifice their children sacrifice their spouse sacrifice their own siblings their brothers.
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woman fill out a lead, yummy and food menu and G and all that are in the earth, so that it might save him.
We would sacrifice everyone for us to be saved on the Day of Judgment,
we would sacrifice the closest people to out to us, our children, who when they fall to the ground and get hurt, we feel it inside of us. And we start to shed tears.
Our spouse who we spend our entire life with, after we get married to them, right. And we, you know, have such you know, beautiful times together, we go through rough times together, we travel together, you know, as husband and wife, Subhanallah, you go through so many things in life, you see your children grow up, then you have to watch your children as they get married. That in itself is not easy for parents as well to know that now they're going to leave their home, leave the safety and security of the home of the parents leave them and so panela go and live with someone else was a complete stranger to them. They've never been with this person in intimate ways in, you know, in
living with that person and sharing the lifestyle sharing food together, sharing, you know, a new chapter in their life together. And we would sacrifice our brothers and our sisters, our siblings, we would sacrifice the people that looked after us, the people who you know, we say, oh, how can I? how can how can you know last? panatela do this to someone who's looked after me. Right? Someone who is diagnosed, you know, sometimes with a disease, you know, you notice that people will complain, how can I not do this to them, they've done such goodness to me. And then this person sacrifices their own soul out of their own time to go and look after this person because they feel angry with
Allah Subhana Allah to Allah. And Allah says, On the day of judgment, you will even sacrifice that person if you were destined for for gentlemen, you would sacrifice that person, you would go and take that person say I'll take this person, take this person, take my siblings, take my spouse, take my children, take everyone on the face of the earth. Just don't give me this punishment that's that's in front of me.
And yet, we still don't realize or handle we realize we're believers. Well, not many. But there's people who don't realize they don't understand it. They don't understand what Allah subhanho wa Taala puts in front of us, that every single thing we see in front of us is a sign that these people are people placed here for a reason in our life. Right. And on the Day of Judgment, they will be a reason as well. They will be there. Right? They won't carry our burden. They won't take anything that belongs to us in terms of the sins that we've committed the good deeds that we've done, no one will give another person another good deed, you will go around asking everyone for a sin, not for
sin for a good deed. Right asking people give me one good deed Give me one good deed. Like those guys in high school. I remember they used to need to buy their packs of cigarettes is to come around at lunchtime, friends, classmates in school, right classmates come around and ask do you have 25 cents in here? 25 cents. No one thinks about it's just 25 cents. They go to everyone every single day at lunchtime asking for 25 cents. That's how they get their money to buy cigarettes. Right? And it'll be like that on the Day of Judgment going around. Can I have one good deed Can I have one good deed, they ask 1000 people for one good deed each person if they were if they were to give you one
good deed that's 1000 good deeds. But everyone will be saying what? Neff see enough See, no, I'm sorry, buddy. myself. I don't know if I'm getting that book here. I'm getting that book here. I have no idea. There's no guarantee until I go through it. And once I go through it, there's no turning back. It's not like you can go to agenda and then say hey, you know what, I'm going to Agenda you take all my good deeds, not those good deeds or what got you into agenda. You give away those good deeds, well your scale dips, right? The scale tips over and so Allah subhanho wa Taala tries to warn us about that here in these verses of the Quran
and move on to the next one shall avatar Allah this suit on number 71
sort of newer, very interesting, very interesting verses here in Salt I know that Allah subhana wa tada reveals for our youth, youth should listen up to these verses. So Allah subhana wa tada here says, When new Allah has sent him called out to Allah subhanho wa Taala so he calls out to Allah He says, follow up be in need are otoko Mina.
He says, Yeah, Robbie, I called to my people I invited them down to call me Leyland when our night and day constantly, always I was calling out to them, inviting them to
oneness of Allah subhanho wa Tada, fellow Mia z to whom do
II love your aura? And but my calls had only made them flee even more and we know that the people who were following knew Allah has sent them, even though they were small and number as time went on, that number continues to diminish, it continued to diminish. And so he calls out to Allah subhanho wa Taala in his door.
And he says, What in Nicola damato Neato fear Allah
saw the movie on him. He says every single time I would call them and invite them to listen to the message, john who saw the home fee to him? They would put their fingers in their ears to block the message. They wouldn't want to hear it.
jalloh I saw their home fee adenium was stolen shell with the Bam Boom what was that man was stink about? And they would pull their cloaks their clothing, they would pull it over their heads. What do we see our youth doing today?
Right here phones in their ears and pulling their hoodies over their heads. like Yo, what's up man?
listening to their music, right? As beat Mark beatboxing I did it with my mouth. So it's not how long? Don't worry, okay. So they're listening to their music. They're distracting themselves from listening to the message of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Right. They're distracting themselves from listening to what the parents are telling them. This is the message of the law. This is what you have to do. You have to pray and Subhanallah we notice that many parents make this mistake as well. We grow up teaching our children to pray. And there's a certain age limit when they're extremely young that you can tell them to pray and they will pray. But when this starts to develop a little
more, you can tell them to pray and they will say why. And you say well, for the past three years, we've been praying and for the past five years, you've been praying as a little child, little you know, my daughter is one and a half she sees me praying she comes and stands out like this. Right? Why? Because monkey see monkey do, right? You see someone doing something? You do it. And as children they see someone doing it, they do it. Right? So so panelo when they're young, you can tell them to pray. They'll pray you tell them Oh, we're fasting today? Okay, I want to fast. Like it's 18 hours. It's okay. What do you mean? It's okay. It's okay. Right? They're fine with it. They might
get hungry later on, but it's okay. But then they start to grow older. And you tell them you know that you're mature. Now you have to fast Why? Why don't have to fast. We have to fast. Yeah, but it's so long. I can't eat I can't drink Why? Why do we have to fast and then as a parent? So panelo because this is good. We're all coming and learning from the mustard. Right? We're all learning something about the deen so we can teach our children why we do the things that we do. Why Allah Subhana Allah says it right. And that is a mistake on you know, many parents Subhanallah they just don't learn the deen so that when their children grow old enough to ask why they don't know why. And
how do I remember I was with, you know, relative once in the UK. And she, you know, sitting there and she was telling me, she said, you know, you have to talk to talk to your cousin. And I said Why? She goes, she was asking me the other day about prayer. Why don't have to pray. I know. It doesn't make sense. Why do I have to bring she's like, we got into this argument. I didn't know what to tell her. So I told her, you know, what, if you don't want to pray, fine, don't pray. And I was like, What? Why would you do that? Why would you say that? She's like, because I was frustrated. I didn't know what to say. So try and convince her I said first I need to convince you. Right? Cuz you don't
even know why you're praying. Right? She's like, Yo, I know. You know how children are. I'm like, I know how children are. But if you're getting to the extent in your you know that the amount of annoyance that is going on inside of you, if you're that annoyed that you can't explain why you're praying your Salah, then your children not going to pray. Like you don't have to tell them not to pray. But now you just told your child if you don't want to pray, fine, don't pray, how is that good? Right? So, as parents, we need to understand this. understand our Deen because our children will literally just plug their ears and pull their hoodies over the head because they're going
through that phase where they want to look cool. They want to be cool. They want to dress cool. They want to be awesome. They want to be the people that don't stand out and as Muslims right now, what are we doing?
We're not doing anything wrong, but the media is making a stand out. The media is making our children look bad. So handle that today received this video of someone in Alaska who a Muslim brother who I don't know somehow just bumped some other woman's car. I saw no damage in the video, but there obviously must be some damage. Very light bumped. It seems right. bumped into someone's car. This lady was you know, furious, absolutely furious. She was yelling and swearing and telling him you Muslim, get out of here. You're a terrorist. You've done this. I'm getting and she started saying I'm going to kill you. I'm going to kill your mother. I'm going to kill your family. And he's
like, whoa. Like, it's just a little bump. Right and he recorded
Did it with his phone. So kinda like I can go and get the video and share it with you. He recorded it with his phone, right? And she's like, this is Alaska you Muslim? Get out of here. Yeah, I'm gonna cute and he's like, you're gonna kill my family? Why would you want to do that? Right? And then he's like my family, she's like, your mother would be ashamed with you. And he's like, my mom's dead.
You know? And then he's, she's like, Well, what about your family, he goes most of my family's dead. You know, and then she then she got really upset. She got on the streets, like, get industry, she's like, I'm gonna push you in the street, so the cars will hit you and kill you. You don't deserve to live. As I said,
that's what the media has done to people. I'm not saying she's a bad person. In I'm not saying at all that she's a bad person. But what she's been taught what she's been fed has made her think that we are bad people.
What she's been taught what she's seen in the TV on the TV in the movies, has made her believe that we are bad people, to the extent that she wants to do it to a Muslim simply because he said yeah, Muslim and I'm proud, right, simply because he said that she wants to kill him and his entire family doing exactly what the media says we are doing to other people. But we're not right? We're not killing anyone. hamdulillah right here are comfortable. We live in society as we talked about it yesterday. We're comfortable here and we're living amongst the people and alas pan which it allows us to deal with them and interact with them. So long as they're not harming us fighting against us.
That's fine. There's nothing wrong with that. And so we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to make it easy for us to understand how to raise our children and learn from the story of Noah Hannah has sent out there's many other verses and I wanted to go through them but because of time, you know this part, so I don't know I'm very passionate about so I can go on and on and on and talk about it. Maybe we'll leave that for after we finish in the next few nights in Sharla
and move on to soda soda to gin which is the 70 72nd slot of the Quran. I want to take verse number one inshallah where Allah subhanho wa Taala says it all here na Yeah, and that was done rnfl Amina Elgin de Falco in some era now going on and our job. So here is a panel with Anna shows us that the jinn themselves they admit that they hear the Quran and when they hear it, some of them when they you know hear or listen to the Quran. This is something that is I Gee, this is strange this whoa this is interesting. It's amazing right? And then in the in the soul as well in verses number 11 to 17. The jinn admit that from amongst them there are believers and we know that we believe that from
amongst the jinn, there are believers there are non believers there are some that actually believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala and they pray to Allah subhanho wa Taala warmer or sun nugget in the attending lm in the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent as a mercy to all of mankind. One follow up to Jean Noel Inza in LA Dr. Boden as a loss of time with Allah says that I have not created the jinn as well as the ends that human beings except that they worship me. Right so Allah subhanho wa Taala shows us that there are from amongst the jinn, those that worship Allah subhanho wa Taala in Surah number 73.
So number 73, which is similar to a Muslim in Allah subhanho wa Taala here, you know highlights the importance of salah and prayer. And so Pamela, when you when you read through this surah right at the very beginning and you think of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam throughout his life, Allah subhanho wa Taala reveals this. And he says, Yeah, you're right, Moses, mill, Camila Illa Illa on Isla
de la, Rosa, Diana ET Allah. So Allah subhanho wa Taala tells the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam this is you know, he's received the revelation from from God, he's a prophet, Allah subhanaw taala tells him Yeah, a young Muslim in comilla in La kalila.
Stand up for a portion of the night. How did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to pray his prayers, this habit of the Allahu anhu say we used to hear him at the night in the night crying and we know that he was praying and he would be crying. And we would go to him in the morning and ask him you know, so Allah, we heard you at night you were crying and you were praying your prayer. Tell us what is it that made you cry? What is it that made you pray this long? And he would tell them you know, I was reciting songs Oh verse I was reciting the this verse. I was thinking of this. You know, how Allah subhana wa tada says that in that verse of the Quran, and he was, you know,
going over the verses over and over and there was even a point in time. I can't remember the air right now where he tells us how about all the Aloha at home, I recited this verse over and over the entire night. And I shoveled the Aloha and he says when he was praying his his legend is 200
Prayer. He was crying and his eyes were all wet, his face was all wet, his beard was all wet, his clothing became all wet, the ground around him became all wet from his tears.
And today we say, you know, we want to shed one tear, and it's so hard for us to shed a tear. You know, the other night in Milton, the mom was reciting verses of the Quran, and we were standing in the front row. And I think honestly, every single person in the front row was in tears, right? They were just listening the way that he was reciting and the verses he was reciting about jahannam. So kind of love were so powerful, and the ends of time and how the earth is going to be split into Hana that was so powerful. You just hear people crying nonstop, right? It was just absolutely beautiful. But so panelo is thinking, imagine, imagine how we complain so much that in our massages, the
children makes so much noise, right? Imagine at the time of the Prophet son alone, it was Sunday, when he would recite the verses and behind him was a congregation of Sahaba and they were in tears and crying. How noisy would that be? Would we be standing there and say, Hey, I can't concentrate, stop crying. Right and you're praying, would we do that? this habit of the alone I know, they would cry to the extensive handle. I remember
our our teacher in Medina, he was telling us about saying mean out loud, right teaching us is the permissibility of saying I mean out loud is it allowed is it not allowed the sudden that you know the head teeth and so on. And so kind of like he was saying it was reported at the time of the Sahaba of the Allah and when they would say amin after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam recited sort of the Fatiha some of the Sahaba narrated or reported and said that it was as though the roof of the mustard was going to fall down. how loud it was when they would say me, right all together, they would say I mean, and they felt as though the roof would fall down. Right? And so
panela Today we complain like Oh, the children are making noise. And I got this picture. I have it on my phone. I could show all of you this must have been Montreal last week posted notices all over the masjid. Children are not allowed in the masjid until the end of Ramadan. Don't bring your children until after Ramadan. It is forbidden to bring children into the masjid. And I'm like, Are you kidding me?
And it's there. It's I even commented on the post a comment I couldn't. I was like, Wow, so panela This is a Masjid just 600 kilometers away. Right? And it happened last week. Don't bring your children right on the front door. It says Bienvenue welcome. Children are not allowed.
Mashallah, what are we doing? And then so kind of, you know, if you think of it when we're praying our prayer, and we're standing inside, you know, right in front of the car, but must have the hat on. In in Makkah, you're standing there and you're praying, you're slow and shift. So this is reciting during Tantawi. Do you think it's pitch silent?
No, it's not. How many of us have gone to Makkah, we prayed in front of the camera. Right? Especially tarawih. There's people making the show off in front of you. There's noise, there's people talking their cell phones ringing, there's people coughing, it's noisy. You're hearing the cars in the street? It's noisy. How is it that we're capable of concentrating over there? Or why is it that no one complains over there, but we complain in our massages? Because of the children? Where do you want the children to go? We live in a non Muslim country, where do you want them to go? outside in the streets and the clubs and the bars and Tim Hortons so they can meet people that are
drunk and you know, drinking in the middle of the night because taraweeh goes until one o'clock in the morning, so so kinda you know that our children are there chilling out at Tim Hortons with all the drunk people that came back from the clubs. That's where we want them to be. Come on. Right. So our last panel with Anna showed us that the profits are longer and he was selling them in his solar he was connected. He was connected with the last panel to add that, to the extent that the Sahaba or the 11 home when they were injured from a battle, they would have a battle wound an arrow piercing through them right into their backs or into their chest. They would say let me pray to an icon. They
would pray those two knockout at first thinking that the operation is going to happen after the two knockout during those two knockout while they were praying they would be operated on when they finish they're like okay, do the operation this habit would say it's okay, we already took the arrow out if you like what they didn't even feel an operation cutting of the skin and pulling you know, shrapnel out of their wounds. They wouldn't even feel it in their prayer yet today. So the handle I remember this brother barged out of the mustard the other day. And then he came to me the next day he says, announced that these children should stay at home or the parents keep it with them keep
their children with them. Because yesterday was so noisy I just left. So while Mashallah I tapped him on the shoulders and massage the shoulders a bit and I said Brother, you need to focus more on the recitation of the plan. He's like, What do you mean? I said your hold and I know I know the brother he is he is always usually with me. He holds the Quran in his hand, I said you need to focus more on the recitation.
Number four, focus more on the recitation of the bullet. And you won't hear the noise of the children. Right? Just be blinded by it. Then we notice panela very quickly, with regards to the Salah, the prayer of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam at his deathbed, at the moment when he's about to die and leave this world.
He, you know, was in the house of a shadow of the 11th. And he was unconscious, and they woke him up, you know, he woke up from this coma that he was in. And then he asked, I shut up the Aloha and how did they pray? Have they prayed, has the Sahaba prayed? And she said, no jasola love, they're waiting for you.
And so he said, Get me some water, some water so he could pour on himself to refresh himself, wake himself up, get him, you know, make his senses be there because he just got you know, woke up from being unconscious. And so he does that he takes a few steps and he you know, falls in a coma again, unconscious. He wakes up again afterwards, the very first thing he says subtle long either you ascend them yeah, I shall have they prayed, Leah rasulillah No, they haven't prayed. They're still waiting for you.
Look at how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as Allah said, Yeah, are you Helen was mean, call me Camila in Manila, wake up from your sleep and pray. And when he was sleeping as in the deep sleep of a coma. And he woke up the very first thing he thought of was saw that I'm out of the lava. And as we spoke about the other day, I'm not even in a hot tub when he was stabbed, when you know, leading the Sahaba as I mean, he was stabbed and he was bleeding profusely from that stab wound, he became unconscious. This was right before he died and the Sahaba the companions they thought he died. They tried to wake him up trying to wake him up shaking him. Yeah, I mean, what meaning
meaning and trying to wake him up? What did he do?
He didn't wake up. They started to think he's dead. He's gone. He left us. We lost a sort of luck. We lost our backup where we now lost karma. And then some of this how they said tell him about Salah. Tell him about sada remind him about prayer. So they said yeah, I mean, meaning I saw that. Yeah, immutable meaning and I saw that they were shaking him telling him prayer. It's time for prayer.
He will call Sunnah. So now he gasps for Eris Hello so that they prayed.
That's the connection with Allah subhanho wa Taala that the Sahaba of the love I know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had with regards to saw that and today we're in our beds comfortable as the last panel that Allah says yeah, and your home was zombie right you're laying there wrapped in your bed in your blanket comfortable can't even get up from that. Then in the next one our last panel with Anna highlights yet your helmet. Now this is the next verse that was given to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after his his prophethood was delivered to him right after this middle became the Falak the next few verses that came work yeah
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back if I can be was he back alfalfa here? What Rogers? job while I tested theme one iraq BK Fs one iraq beaker. False beer, right? When you don't pick a phosphate for either an opiate off in Nepal almost pan which Allah shows us there in those verses, how he tells the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam right after he got this revelation, and he's worried he went back to his wife, Khadija will be alone. I know. And he said something, you know, and he's um, you know, and he covered me. And he became so worried some kind of law. But right before that, he received these verses. And he says, I was coming back from the cave. And I saw the angel and he was sitting down on this, you know, on a
quotacy on some sort of seat. And when he saw that he became worried and he started to run and he ran as quick as he can until he stumbled along I need to assemble. And then he received these verses from the
back of a cab bear with the back of a bus here. We're just
right, clean yourself. cleanse yourself. Be clean, be proper, be neat, be presentable. Tell the people warn the people and stay away from what religious factors stay away from these idols stay away from idol worshipping, stay away from that, that is going to take you away from Allah subhanho wa Taala.
In the next solar, solar to piano in verse number 16, which is actually sold on number 74. Allah subhanho wa Taala here in verse number 16
tells us listen to the to the angel of Mohammed and don't worry to rush and memorize Allah will protect the verses for you. So these are the verses that you know Allah subhanho wa Taala were revealing to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in Djibouti lolly has Salama.
Come and give him the verses. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would move his tongue, trying to memorize the verses as they were coming to Djibouti from Djibouti and Allah His setup so he would move his tongue and try to recite the verses and Allah subhanho wa Taala told them calm down, calm down, listen to the verses. And we as in Allah subhana wa tada will protect the verses inside of you, you will be able to remember it, don't worry, we will be the ones that will look after your memory. Just listen. Listen to the verses. And that's what we try to do in our Salah. Listen to the verses of the Quran as Allah subhana wa tada tells us in sort of another, the next sutra that we're
covering in Surah number 78. And we'll only take two more so we'll finish in a couple of minutes in sha Allah.
Allah subhana wa tada highlights here in verses number 38 to 40 that nobody will dare to speak Yama, yaku Maru while mela eager to suffer loja takala. Muna Illa man Athena la hora Allah so Allah, no one will dare to speak in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala on the Day of Judgment, when people will be standing in rows in front of Allah but no one will dare to speak. And then at the end of the surah What does it say?
Yo, my young daughter Omar oh my god dammit Jada. A person will look at their hands and or look at their hands specifically, but the example is, we'll look and see what have I done? What have my hands produced? What have I done in my life way or go a little caffeine and the one who disbelieved will say yeah late and he clung to turaga How I wish that I was just dirt and dust and would not have to stand before Allah subhanho Medina and give account we move on to Surah number 79 which is similar to nausea is here Allah subhana wa tada describes the events of the hereafter. You can read through that on your own and then inshallah to Puffin, Allah subhanho wa Thailand, verse number one
says, you know, wait a little more Puffin. And this was because at the time the people of Medina You know, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had arrived in Medina that people were doing their business transactions unjustly. You know, they were cheating and you know, adding a little bit more subtracting from the weight when they would do business they would weigh with the scale, right or measure and so they were not just in their dealings so awesome. Hannah Montana revealed this verse weigh in a little more often. And so lots of Hannibal attallah showed us through the son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to be just honest people We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to
make it easy for us to understand these verses of the Quran. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to grant us a deeper understanding of these verses and make us from amongst those who have benefited from this month of fasting as Allah subhanho wa Taala said fasting is to increase our Tacoma We ask Allah subhana wa tada to make us from amongst those whose taqwa has increased and we maintain that tequila throughout the year was a lot of sentiment about to get out of Vietnam. hamadryad US Army was sending