Ramadan Tafseer 2015 Day 3
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Series: Daood Butt - Ramadan 2015
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Explanation of Surah Aal-Imran until verse 23 of Surah An-Nisa
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will continue in Charlotte to Hannah today we begin sort of early in Milan
we begin sort of Allium run, and we'll finish the entire sort of today in our class and begins what opportunity set and that's because Mashallah, you guys are reciting a lot during taraweeh tonight. It is a Friday night. And so the moms are going to make up for the week nights next week in sha Allah to Allah to make it a little easier during the week nights next week. Right? So they're going to recite a juice and a half, one and a half just tonight in Sharla. Tad so we'll begin with Sugata Nisa, so sorry, sorta Ernie and Ron,
and we'll discuss why this was named earlier on very shortly in Charlottetown. In verse number seven, we start from verse number seven to verse number nine Allah subhanho wa Taala says, who will lead the unzila it can kita mean to Mark hamerton Honda mulki Tabby oho, Tasha behat so Allah subhanho wa Taala here he points out the A at the different types of verses of the Quran that he has revealed. So he has is Mark come at an a, a tomato shabby hat, right? The market cannot are those that are clear, very straightforward, easily understood. The scholars know what they mean. They can explain it to us really easily and there's not really much of a need for in depth explanation. As
for the ayat, Mata shabby hat, those are the verses of the Quran that are not clear, as in they require more in depth sort of analysis, in order to figure out what exactly Allah subhanho wa Taala is referring to. And Allah subhanho wa Taala goes on to say,
for a melody in a few guru became z Han Fei Barona, Mata Chava. I mean, who would try and fit and it worked really well Maria Allah Mata Wheeler who in LA LA. See in the recitation here you can actually change the meaning to mean something completely different depending on where you stop. So if you stop here and say one day I Nemo Ted Wheeler who Elon law that means the only Allah subhanho wa Taala knows the meaning or the full meaning of these verses.
One last hoonah filler and and those who strive hard those who are knowledgeable those who spend their time seeking the knowledge, right, Jaco Luna m and b he could illuminate their opinion, they fully submit that this is from Allah subhanho wa Taala. If we change the place of our stock, remember we said if you don't stop there, so if you say, well, nyan mo tat we know, Ilana who are lossy hoonah filler enemy aku mana be you now place those who have the knowledge on the same platform as Allah subhanho wa Tad so it says though, you're saying Allah knows the meaning of those verses and the scholars who have knowledge of the deen right, they know the meaning. So the correct
way of reading this verse is to actually start where there's a little indication to stop there, right to stop and give it that meaning that Allah subhanho wa Taala knows the full and true meaning no one else knows the full meaning of those verses. And the scholars of knowledge in their interpretation, they fully submit to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah has revealed Okay, so that is an interesting part and a beautiful aspect of the Quran that here in this verse, Allah subhanho wa Taala teaches us the two different types of verses that are revealed in the Quran, the mark Hemet as as well as the watershed behat. Then in verse number 14 and 15, Allah subhanho wa Taala says,
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Allah subhanho wa Taala beautified certain things from this dunya for us from amongst those things as Allah subhanho wa Taala Hannah says, her boo, chahatein and Nisa that we desire obviously the opposite gender so as men we desire women as women they desire men.
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On athlete and welcome Tara tamina, the heavy will feel bad. So after women, right for the men, they desire What? Their children, right to have children, good children. And these are things that have also had what Allah raised or sorry, placed in us, in order to desire from the things of the dunya. So we obviously love who our spouse, right, and then what our children and we feel as though we have to work extremely hard in order to provide for them. And we do do that and hamdulillah and then we notice Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions of karate, you know that have you won one filled button. This is wealth, right? actual wealth. Now today we don't use golden silver as wealth, right? We say
or claim that there's sitting in the reserve, there's gold, right, that's equivalent to the amount of money that we have in terms of the paper money that we use, but wealth itself is what Allah subhanho wa Taala is referring to, that we love from this dunya wealth because we can enjoy things of the dunya if we have wealth, so by earning it we can purchase things you know that have you will feel but when Clayton was a woman he will enter home he will have fine branded horses at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the companions that are the lung on whom they would ride fine branded horses today we ride fine branded Ford Mustangs right? nice cars right we have these
nice cars beautiful modes of transportation, leather seats, air conditioning, cruise control, Bluetooth, all the you know the the luxury items that we could, that we could ever imagine. And you know, the companions that are the lower end home would never imagine that we would have things like this right? It just couldn't imagine that this would, you know, be something that we would own and exist on the face of this earth and cattle until blend so cattle which is what this these are now your your possessions in terms of not only the money, wealth or the wealth that you use for transactions, but let's say you know, your house, your your furniture, and the things that you own
your land, your property, and so on and so forth. So Allah subhana wa tada beautified this world for us, and he placed certain things on this on on the earth for us to enjoy and to take advantage of.
And then in the next verse, you can read that in Atlanta had Allah subhanho wa Taala just ties it in again, talking about the dunya and how he provided us with these things for us to enjoy the true religion which Allah subhanho wa Taala refers to in verse number 19 in Idina de la he is
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indeed the religion in the sight of Allah subhanho wa Taala as mentioned in Medina, in the law, Hill Islam is the religion of Islam. And you'll notice that throughout the beginning of this surah as well as the entire sort of obviously, but especially more so in the beginning of the suit, Allah subhana wa tada focuses on to hate and he focuses on
turning towards him, and building that importance of Islam. And the reason for that is this surah is known as surah. Allah imraan the family of very Milan who was Emraan
Does anyone know?
We'll see shortly inshallah. Okay, we'll see very shortly in sha Allah. So Allah subhanho wa Tada, Allah subhanho wa Taala focuses on Islam. And he talks a lot about Islam and what is Islam and teaches us about the the tenants of Islam in the verses to come right after this one. And Eamon What does he mean mean? What do you have to believe in the prophets, the messengers, the books that came before and before the Quran, and so on and so forth. And so here, Allah subhanho wa Taala emphasizes that the religion according to him is Islam. Now, that doesn't mean that the religions that came prior to Islam, were not religions, that Allah subhanho wa Taala had accepted, as long as they were
a religion set forth by Allah, as in they were revealed to prophets and messengers, and followed by those who were righteous on the face of this earth.
in obedience to Allah subhanho wa Taala those are accepted religions to Allah, as in you know, the religions of the past and the past prophets. The reason why I'm emphasizing that is because we do have religions that are not necessarily from the past prophets that we see today, that our religions have the machine those that twist their, their beliefs into, needing or having the need to worship. Other than that
Awesome how to avoid lesser gods or many gods or not even having a God at all right, or the God that they have is not the God that we know is the supreme god, because they still have, you know, components of schilke implemented in their belief or twisted and turned within their belief, right? And so Allah subhanho wa Taala had revealed the religions to the previous prophets and messengers that also coincide with Islam, in terms of belief in terms of aktiva it coincides with Islam, the Islam that we know of, which is the religion of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, right, but in terms of the Shetty, ha, in terms of the thick rulings of those religions, it different and Islam
differs to those religions as well. For those that sat with us throughout to sudo, Su Yusuf, we looked into it when we discussed the dream of use of either his center when he's bowing down and he sees in his dream, he's bowing down to the stars, the moon, the sun, and then at the throat, the sooner we noticed that he bows down, right and people are bowing down to him, his family members, they come and they bow down. And this was a prostration that was done out of thanks out of respect a prostration to those who are welcoming you into their home or their palace, right their, their, their place of residence, that was okay and that was done at that time. Right. And it was allowed
and accepted Allah subhanho wa Taala had permitted that.
But after that, things changed, right? And as well as the previous religion. So for example, you know, in Islam, Allah subhanho wa Taala he abrogated or sorry, he removed the permissibility of drinking alcohol, right? And upside prayer to be done five times a day, and to be done in a specific way specific manner that was shown to us by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that was not necessarily done in the ways of the prophets of the past. Their prayer was different from our prayer. They prayed, we pray, but how we pray is different from how they prayed. Who we pray to is the same. Right? So the belief is the same, but the fic the Shetty are the rulings that go along
with it. that different from time to time.
Then in verse number 26, Allah subhanho wa Taala he says, Paulina Mani kalamoon Quito,
Tasha, what do I zoom in?
To the lumen? Tasha obeah de Cana
in Karina, Nisha
Cody, here Allah subhana wa tada shows us a beautiful example of how we should probably use this for some of us that wonder how to begin a drop. You can use this to begin to do, right. You read the verses and read the translation of it. We'll read it together and Shama. Gunilla, whom Amelie kalmak Say, say who is he's telling this to? Who is he speaking to? He's speaking to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam right.
say, Oh Allah, owner of sovereignty, you give sovereignty to whom you will and you take sovereignty away from you will you honor those that you will and you humble, whom you will in your hand is all good indeed you are over all things competent. So imagine you start your door and you say Allahumma Murli can work till Malcolm and Tasha. Right. This is a way that you can begin your day by praising Allah subhanho wa Taala. And this shows us how we need to have gratitude and be thankful towards Allah subhanho wa Taala why he is magical.
In surah, Al Fatiha What do we say we begin to Sauron we say Alhamdulillah hyrum Billa Allah mean Walkman and Rahim you can yell at me Dean. He is the Malik of young Medina. Now what does Malik translate into? Who can tell us?
owner What else?
Okay, so if we say money, in one recitation, Maliki or Medina, the king, right? Yes, the king, the owner, the one who is in charge, basically, the one who's in charge of Yeoman Dean, the day of judgment. And here we see Padilla, Maria can Moo Quito, Tillman. Tasha, he is the one who is in charge of those in charge.
Meaning he's the king of the kings, the owner of the owners, the Supreme Being.
Even though we have kings on Earth, we have presidents we have prime ministers, right? He is above all rulers. He is in charge of everything that is to be in charge of. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala here we are praising him. And we're thankful to him, that you are the owner of everything that is and that isn't what we see and what we don't see what we enjoyed and what we didn't enjoy of what we will get and what we haven't gotten. Right. He is in charge. And so we begin this verse here by praising Allah subhanho wa Taala. And this is a way that we can start our day out through the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we learned the etiquettes of Doha. And from those
etiquettes is to begin our day out with the praise of Allah subhanho wa tada Allahumma Murli kalamoon Tila mccammon Tasha, right beautiful example of how we can start our tour how many people they just raise their hands and say the same thing over and over and over and they don't even know what they're saying? No, you know what you're saying? If you start your door hi with this Allahumma merli kalamalka till Malcolm and Tasha. What? 10 zero milk me man, Tasha. What do I assume? And Tasha, what to the lumen Tasha, you know what these verses with this verse means now, and you know exactly what you're starting your doorbell with. You're telling me I must have handled with Allah
from the very beginning of your jorhat you are the owner of everything that is, there's no one and nothing above you. And so you're obviously praising Allah subhanho wa Taala in a very high status. Then you ask Allah, then you praise the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam This is the sun in our door. How do you go on to praising the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as in sending peace and salutations upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then you ask Allah subhanho wa Taala that is the most beloved form of making dua. When you turn to Allah and you make dua, you begin by praising him, you send peace and blessings and salutations upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa
sallam, and then you ask Allah subhanho wa Taala he loves that. He loves it because, as we'll see in the next verses to come, in verse number 31, and 32 Allah subhana wa tarhana He says,
well, Leon, sorry, 31 and 32, one in Toronto.
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say Oh, Mohammed, again. A Muslim hanworth. Allah is telling the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, tell the people he's telling Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to tell you and me. Tell the people, if you should love a lot, if you love Allah subhanho wa Taala follow me meaning follow the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
follow me so Allah will forgive you sorry so Allah will love you and forgive you of your sins will continue to head buena Ma. If you claim that you love Allah subhanho wa Taala therby aroni Follow me Follow my example the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, your neighbor como la while Fiddler kung fu pecan, he will love you Allah subhanho wa Taala will in return love you. He will love what you do. He will love what you say he will love where you go. He will love what you spend on he will love who you spend your time with. He will love every aspect of your life because you are following the son of the Prophet sallallahu ascender
and we know that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one day kewanee
in who in you. He didn't just come and say things on his own. He was sent as a way from Allah subhanho wa Taala. every single aspect of the life of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam was divine
was done for a reason. A reason sets by Allah subhanho wa Taala a plan set forth by the Creator. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah said Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and every single aspect of his life, if we eat the way he ate, and we eat the foods that he ate, and we fast the way He fasted, and we pray the way he prayed, and we do Hajj, the way he did Hajj, and we interact with others, the way we the way that he interacted with others, and we smile to others, and we give charity and every single aspect of our life we dress the way that he used to love to dress and you go the distance in your dress as well. Like you don't have to wear the exact same clothing that the
Prophet salallahu I knew he was on a more but you wear it in the ways that he loves to wear
Meaning it was loose. It wasn't too revealing, you know your, the form of your body. It's not see through, its covering your aura, right and then you go the distance in trying to please a loss of handling to either by wearing let's say the colors that are that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam light, like white, right? And at different occasions used to like to wear different colors, right? And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to like certain things. It's a sin not to groom yourself to comb your hair look nice look proper in the lodge. I mean, and you're humble Gemma, right? Allah subhanho wa Taala loves when you groom yourself and you look good. But at the
same time, you groom yourself in the ways that the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam, groomed itself, right. So he would comb his hair, for example, using his right hand, because you would do things that are nice and clean and good with his right and not with his left. And so he would groom himself with his right hand. And he would sometimes have a part, right sometimes apart a little bit to the side, sometimes he would park his hair in the middle, right, and then he would grow his hair long. So sometimes he would just comb his hair straight back, when it was long. Other times he would park it in the middle when it was long. Sometimes he wouldn't plant his hair, especially when
they're going out in an expedition and that means to braid. So we're not saying braid your hair is and go out and have corn rolls and you know, dreadlocks and all these things, braid your hair, but to breed them in the way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did so for example, let's say you have long hair, and you know your your work is a physical type of work. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sometimes a bunch it together in one braid or one flat, not necessarily a braid, but a plant, which is to twist it together. And sometimes he would do it in three or two, right? So to do it in the ways that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam liked to do it at times
that it was needed to do it. Right. So every single aspect of his life, if you focus on and you do it for the sake of earning the love of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala will love you back because every aspect of the life of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is divine. Right. So that is an important point here that we learn from.
Verses 31 and 32.
Allah Subhana Allah says, well, oddly en la, de la Sol
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feeding, say, O Muhammad obey Allah and the messenger again telling, telling us, Mohammed Salah Allahu wa sallam was told by Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to tell us obey Allah and the messenger. But if they turn away, then Indeed Allah does not like the disbelievers. Right? And Allah Subhana Allah to Allah He guides whom He wills, as we took during the first night of our Tafseer. Then in verse number 33, this goes on and on for dozens of
dozens of is to come Allah subhanho wa Taala here talks about Erlang Milan, who is Enron?
the grandfather of eSATA, his center, right? The father of money, money is set up. So our Emraan and his wife, Hannah, they had a child, that child was Miriam, and it has said, right, Madame, she had a child, who was that child,
ASAP, Allah has set up, right? So this story, this surah is named Allah imraan after the family of Isa Allah, his setup his mother and his mother's parents. And that's what this story or this one is about. And many people don't know that. They'd like soda, soda early on. They're wondering, am Ron, what does that mean? It means the family of 100 in Arabic we say I am Ron, as a chef, the family of the chef, right. Ron is the family of Enron. Enron is the grandfather of a Saturday has set up. Yes, a Saturday Sam had a grandfather and the grandmother, he did not have a father, but he had a grandfather. Right? And so here from verse number 33 onwards,
for dozens of is going up until, you know, verse number 6364. And then continuously throughout that the prophets are mentioned. Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about
Emraan and giving birth with his wife, Hannah to mme Allah has sent up and the story of money Amanda has sent her when she was raised afterwards by Who Who was she raised by
zekeriya who was a carrier
Okay, what was
was the relationship between Miriam and Zakaria.
He was taking care of her taking care of her. Okay.
Uncle, see the wife of Zakaria and the wife of
Enron were sisters. Right. And so this is technically her uncle that's taking care of her Zakaria and in his salon is taking care of money it is la has set up. And she was one that Allah subhanho wa Taala had given to me Milan and his wife, Hannah, given them a child and an old age, at a time where, you know, they didn't think that they would have children. And Zakaria alayhis salaam, he also did not have children. But he used to take care of medium. And he would go to the the place of worship and the place where she would stay which is like her own room, her own area that was given to her. And she was known to be someone who was special in a gift from Allah subhanho wa Taala had,
right, she was a gift from Allah subhanho wa Taala, to a prophet of the past, who did not necessarily have the ability to have children, but Allah subhana wa attallah granted them a child. And this child would go on to give birth to a child without ever getting married. So in her place of worship, where she would stay as acadiana has Sallam he used to come, and he would give her food, he would give her, you know, come and take care of her look after her and bring her her provisions, whatever she needed. But every single time he would enter upon her in order to see if she was okay, and to help her and give her what she needed. He noticed that she would have fruit.
But the fruit that was there that was given to her was not the fruit that was in season. So what is the season of fruit right now for us? For example? What fruits are we getting right now?
mangoes from Pakistan, that's not our mango season. But they're imported right? Johnson's own cherries, right? I just ate a bunch of cherries this morning. What else?
Strawberries, watermelon soon, right? It's not really watermelon season yet, is it? Soon we'll get corn, right. So there's the fruits and vegetables that we get in the summer. And really, we only get fruits and vegetables in the summer for us because it's too cold in the winter. But he noticed when he would go in to the place where she would stay, she would have the fruits of the opposite season. So for example, right now, we get cherries. What are the fruits of the winter? What fruits and vegetables we get in the grocery store when we go to the grocery store in the winter?
No, no. apples and oranges.
What other fruits, citrus fruits, right? Those are not necessarily fruits of the of the opposite season. What fruits do we import?
Let's say pomegranate, right? a different type of season. Right? these fruits that he he would walk in and notice the fruits of the opposite season were there. And then when he would go in during the winter, he would see you know the fruits of the summer like for us now we get the mangoes and the cherries and you know the corn is coming soon, and then the apples at the end of the summer season. But he would notice that in the winter seasons, he would always notice the opposite fruits. And so he asked Maria and he has said, You know how Where do you get this? How does it How does this happen? How do you have the fruits of the opposite season? And she responded to him and told him
that the one who provides for us? Surely he's capable of providing the fruits of the opposite season. Right? Meaning Allah subhanho wa Taala has the ability to provide for us whatever we want, including the fruits of the opposite season when it's not that season, he can still give us those fruits. So Zakaria, he realized from this, wait a second.
If she is capable of getting the fruits of the opposite season, and the season has passed those fruit those fruits are not ripe in that season. Then maybe I can have a child when me and my wife are past the season of being right.
Get it so he may do a how to Allah subhanho wa Taala that we are past that season of ripeness. We're not young anymore. We can't have children. We're past those ripe ages, those right beers where we can have children we've gotten past it yet we desire to have a child and so they made to our to our last house.
attalla and he granted them a child who did He grant them as a child.
Right. And so that is one of the stories that we learn from these verses of how Allah subhanho wa Taala through this statement of money and Allah has said I'm made Zakaria Ida has sent him go and make dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala to be given the fruit which is a child of the opposite season, meaning they were not in season anymore, but Allah subhanho wa Taala granted them with a child simply from learning from the example of the fruit being served in the opposite season. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala focuses on a number of things here.
In verse number 47, for example, Allah subhanho wa Taala says,
you yo Cooney mana,
says nee Basha Kanaka Nikki love We are
so Maria alayhis salam, she turns to a loss of Carnival water. Hello, how is it that I'm going to be able to deliver this child bear this child? When I don't have a spouse? And the people she knows we'll start to talk about her. And she's turning to Allah subhanho wa Taala asking him for help and assistance, that you're going to give me this child, but I have no partner. How is it possible? How does this happen? And Allah subhanho wa Taala reminds her at the very end when he says con for yakun the if he wills it, if he says and make something happen, it will happen. And that's exactly what happened. With the example of
ERISA Allah has set up. And then Maria Maria has said, um, she becomes scared. She doesn't know how to tell this to the people. How am I going to go to the people and explain this, this incident to them, I'm going to come back with a child. And we noticed this a Pamela when she goes and delivers this child, she comes back and we'll see throughout sort of medium as well. We'll touch upon these verses. But she goes in she delivered the child and Allah subhana wa attallah gifts for her a date palm tree, a date palm tree for her to lean against. she delivers the child leaning against the tree, and she also shakes the tree and from that tree falls the dates that she uses to eat. And we
notice in the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, when a baby is born, what do we give the child
dates, we don't just take a date and put it in the mouth of the baby, right you will harm the baby. But you take the date, you chew on it, you moist in it in your own mouth and the parents mouth and you put it in the mouth of the baby. So some of the profits some of our other us under the nutrition that they get that the baby gets from the date is not a nutrition that you will get from any other fruit. And the mother herself eats the dates because from the dates she gets the minerals and the nutrition that she needs in order to produce milk and to grant you know the baby with enough vitamins that would come directly from the mother. And money of Allah has Salam shows us that
example. That Allah Subhana Allah to Allah gave her that date palm tree for her to eat from those dates. And what do we do when we break our fast? What do we break our fast with? Normally with dates Why?
Only recently scientists looked into it and realized if a person was to lack in nutrition, the best thing for them to consume is dates. Because it immediately replenishes the body within minutes. It fills your body with energy and strength. It gives you the sugar that you need. It gives you the vitamins and the nutrition that you need almost immediately. And SubhanAllah. You notice when you fast for 17 or 18 hours, and then you put a date in your mouth. You feel the energy right away, like and hamdulillah. For some of us, it's not a date. It's Rwanda, right? We drink it or like I haven't done a lot, right. But that only quenches the thirst. The date we actually feel energy. For those of
you that feel weak throughout your day of fasting, try this first food in the morning, right after you finish eating your food. Take a package of dates and sit there and eat a few days. 5678 910 dates as many not as many as you can. Like Don't, don't overdo it. Right? Some of the scholars of the past they died because they over consumed dates. It's no joke, right? Like you know Malik for example. He was sitting there studying and he was eating date and date upon
While he was studying, and he ended up having an overdose of date, and that's how he passed away, because he ate too much dates are very heavy as well in the body, right. So if you over consume, it can be harmful to your health. But don't worry, eating a dozen dates doesn't harm you, okay, you have to eat dozens of dates. So, eating dates actually helps you in the nutrition that you need and that you lack in throughout the day of fasting. So like I said, For those that have a difficult time, in your long days of fasting, eat some dates in the morning, it's so hard.
And you'll notice that day, you have more energy than the previous days. Because Allah subhanho wa Taala has gifted us with dates, and blessed us with something special in the dates that we don't realize. I've actually read books written about the date. Like there's actually books in Arabic, written about dates, and the different types of dates, not the different types of dates and I'll meet you at eight o'clock pm, we're going to go out for dinner, like the actual date the tomorrow, right? So also kind of what to hide that shows us that in the life of Isa and his mother, Miriam Allah has set up, then the loss of handling to Allah tells her that this child will speak. And so
the child he said a salad, he does speak, and he speaks and tells the people I am a gifted child from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And he's going to be a prophet of Allah subhanho wa Taala. In verse number 52, Allah subhanho wa Taala shows us how he is reciting his senem he asks his disciples, and you know how when we go to school, you know, the the school system taught us about Jesus and his disciples. Well, a Salah, his setup actually did have disciples or his close colleagues, his disciples that were with him, those who worship the last panel with Anna, in the way that he worshipped a lot as well. phenom has surrealism in Honolulu for Nepal and then sorry, you know, la
so he asks, Who are my supporters in the way of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Vaughn and how are you on Anna sarama he,
he was shed, why should you be
So these disciples, they respond to him and they say we are the supporters for a loss of Hannah, who were to add it we have believed in a lot and we testify that we are Muslims. So this term Muslim like we saw, you know, the other night, it was used by Ibrahim alayhis salam. It was also used by a Salah his salon, and it is different than the term Muslim that we use today. It is the term Muslim that means those that submit to the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala. But we in our oma we submit to a law, but we are known as Muslim in the Muslims, right? This is a term specific to us, as well. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala here he shows us how he recently has said I'm actually did have
disciples, so those who you know, send their children to school and like wait, he said, I didn't have disciples. He did have disciples he had those that were with him. They gathered together they consulted with one another, they worship the last panel, what's our highlight together? In verse number 59, Allah subhanho wa Taala. He compares arisa alayhis salam and Adam Allah His setup in method ERISA does. He came with any
So Allah subhanho wa Taala. Here he compares Isa alayhis. Salam and Adam alayhis. Salam. Why, why these two profits, why compare them? Like he's not comparing and saying, Oh, this one is better than that one. He's just showing us that the two of them have something in common. What do they have in common?
miraculous birth. Adam alayhis salam was not born right. What do they have in common?
They didn't have not parents because a Salah has said I've had a mother, but they didn't have a father. So he said to his son, um, didn't have a father. Adam alayhis salaam didn't have a mother or a father. But Allah subhana wa tada again at the end of the verse one fire coup. Right Be and it will be. He created Adam alayhis salam molded him as we discussed the other night and blew the soul into Adam alayhis salam, he was right. He became
the same thing with a Salah his center.
Allah subhanho wa Taala in the vs was, as we read, he blew the soul meaning blew into Madame alayhis salam
The child allowed her to have the child, right she became pregnant with Lisa alayhis salam without actually having a father. So the two of them are similar in that sense that they were created without needing or without having the need to have a mother and a father. There's someone else that was created without a mother and a father who
who else was created without a mother and a father.
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our Yes, our so Eve, Adam and Eve, Adam, and how. So how is how are created. She was created from the rib, right? And we know it's the bent rib, and we'll discuss this another day when we have more time in Montana. I know the sisters get very sensitive around this topic, but it's actually a beautiful, beautiful thing to learn about how Eve was created, and we'll touch upon it at another time in a long time. But she was also created without a mother and without a father. In verse number 64 Allah subhanho wa Taala
he shows us the common call to tauheed and this is the call to the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala that we share with other religions. Allah subhanho wa Taala says one year
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And so the Bible, the toda the Psalms, right, the books of the past, the prophets of the past the messengers of the past, they all call towards the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And this is what Allah subhanho wa Taala is talking about here, that we all believe in the same thing, the Jews, the Christians and Muslims. We are, we are religions of technically of monotheism. But it was twisted by the people, it was changed by the people. Right? And there is Allah has sent him he was calling towards that as well calling towards the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And remember, at the beginning of this suta we said we focus on tawheed. And we focus on Islam and we focus on
Amen, because throughout this entire story, throughout the entire sutra, we talked about the family of Isa it has set out. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala here, he shows us how it's important for us as Muslims, to call the other religions as well and speak to them, talk to them, open your doors to them. And this was something that was handled as being done now. But I remember when I was a child when we were young in Montreal, at least, you know, the massages were locked off to Muslims, sorry to non Muslims. We wouldn't allow them to enter the masjid we say Oh, in namale mushnick una nudges. They're dirty. They can't come into the mustard. If they walk here, the carpet will become filled
with Natasha. How is it an agenda, even if they put on a brand new pair of socks, it becomes an agenda. Because we don't understand or didn't understand at that time. What it meant, of course, we were young and we were trying to weed in logic, we couldn't understand it. Right? We would apply logic and say, you know, uncles, this doesn't make sense, right? But somehow over time we learn and understand and know and handle our masajid are open to the non Muslims to come and ask not come and do your worship here. We don't go into the churches and perform our worship there. Right. Don't come and perform your worship here. But come and ask. Let's discuss. Let's show you how our religion and
your religion has a lot in common, a lot in common. If you go through the Bible, you'll notice that there's a lot in the Bible that's common with the Koran, but it's been twisted. And so it's not advised for us to go and read through the Bible. I mean, I've studied the Bible, I have over a dozen different versions, different types of Bibles in different languages as well. But it's not something that we encourage people to do. Go and search some of the verses if you want to see the similarities between the Quran and the Bible fine bye
Those similarities have been or will be twisted in next year's New Testament anyways, right? Because there's always a New Testament that comes out and they end up shifting and changing the meaning around to bring it further away from the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Then in verse number 85, Allah subhanho wa Taala says,
and he now refers to those who will follow a religion other than Islam. Well, many of you tell me of a Islam Idina, Vallejo, cobalamin, Warfield, irati, Mina, aloha Syrian, and whoever desires other than Islam as a religion, never will it be accepted from a muscle panel who went to Allah, and in the hereafter they will be from those who are considered losers. So Allah subhanho wa Taala, as we saw in a previous verse, he says in Edina, in the law Hill Islam, that Islam is the religion of a lot with, you know, with Allah subhanho wa Taala. And here he emphasizes the fact that we need to follow Islam and not another religion, in verse number 91, and we're going to move a little bit
quicker in sha Allah Subhana Allah subhanho wa Taala he speaks about good deeds, and how good deeds are useless without Islam. So if you're not a believer, and you don't share belief in a muscle kind of way to add meaning you're not sharing belief with the Muslim mean, right? Not sharing belief with someone other than a loss of habitat. You're a Muslim, you're a mcmann you believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala your good deeds go recognized. If you're a non Muslim, and you don't believe in Allah subhana wa tada and you do good deeds, those good deeds will be recorded, but you will not be rewarded. Right? They will be recorded, but they're not rewarded. Then Allah subhanho wa Taala, from
96 to 97. Versus number 9697. And around those verses a little bit after as well.
Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about Hajj, and he mentioned those who are capable of going for Hajj they can afford to go for hedge. Now this doesn't mean that you can simply afford to go for hedge in terms of money, or wealth. It also means in terms of health, in terms of your ability to go to spend time there that you're not of the age where you might find it a little too difficult for you or you don't have any health complications. And this is you know exactly an example for us that sometimes people take others family members with them for Hajj, or you know, not capable of performing hajj on their own. Now, if you do that, and you're going to go with them, be sure to carry them on your
shoulders, because we notice every time people go for hedge, there's one or two or three people in the group that end up carrying the weight for many others. Right. And this is something that if it happens at the time of hedge, okay, you look after others, but it should not become a burden that you go for hedge and I know many people complain about this is why I'm pointing it out. Then go for hedging come back and say I spent my entire time in hedge helping someone else I didn't have time for I didn't have time for anything. Right. And so they want to go for hedging again. So it's important for us to focus and learn the aspects of hedging what is compulsory upon us and what is
not compulsory upon us from verses 103 to 108 Allah subhanho wa Taala he talks about taqwa artists he will be heavily la he Jamia Vallarta from Morocco with guru Nero Mata la alaykum. He talks about taqwa, he talks about holding on to the rope of Allah subhanho wa Taala. This shows us how we need to unite. As a community. We need to have unity, right unity of the community. It's very important. And then hamdulillah we noticed that that happens during the month of Ramadan, we come together we sit together we eat together, we pray together, we sleep together, right in decaf, right. And this is a time of the month where we all come together and we learn to get along with one another. We
need to try and do that outside of Ramadan as well. So the importance of Allah subhanho wa Taala is focusing on here is taqwa, the community unity and how the oma
will help have people who call towards goodness weltec minquan oma Tony and aroona a little higher in the next few verses the last panel with Allah says that from amongst us, there will be people who call towards goodness. Now that doesn't mean that every single one of us is part of that oma, but we should try hard to be from that as well. The oma meaningful group of people that call others towards goodness. And we should all do that in our actions.
If we're going to do it, at least it should be in our actions, right? So that we call others towards goodness in our actions and how they see us behaving and worshipping a busser Hannibal, what's
in verse number 110? Allah subhana wa tada focuses on the virtues
The best come to hire on Metin Oakley javelinas Maroon have been married if you attend honer annual mooncup. What took me no Nabila. So he focuses on the fact that you call others towards goodness. And you help them to stay away from evils, and that you are from the best of nations that had come to the face of this earth. And so must handle it and it shows us our status amongst other nations. We are from the best nation that had come to the face of this earth, then almost have handed over to Ireland versus number 132 136.
He warns us of interest, and this is going to come up time and time again throughout the Koran. We mentioned it yesterday that Allah subhanho wa Taala said, One who deals with worship with with interest is as though the wage war with a Muslim panelboard to Allah and His messenger and hear Allah subhanho wa Taala warns us again of interest. Yeah. levena Amanullah de colo Reba abara from mobile arafa What up on La la la come to flee, hang on. So Allah subhanho wa Taala. And these verses, he's telling us to stay away from interest. And the reward for those who stay away from interest will be none other than paradise. Paradise is your reward. So do you want something else?
Do you really need something else other than paradise? Is there something else that you desire other than paradise, something better than paradise that you wish and desire that you would need to have because of that you will go and get yourself involved in interest? Or is it genda that you want to need and if that's what you truly feel is beneficial for you. You will sacrifice and sacrifice and sacrifice and sacrifice and continue to sacrifice so that you can get that and so Allah subhana wa tada again throughout the verses of the Quran, he tells us Myrna Haney right, while overland semi at Walla Hopper, Allah can be Bashar through the son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the
verses of the Quran, we learned that gender is something that we have not seen. And because we have not seen it, we have not heard much about it. We've not witnessed it, right? We don't really fully believe it. I mean, we believe it, we know it, but it's not the conviction is not there. You know, when someone tells you, I'm going to give you a Lamborghini? Yeah, you're gonna give me a Lamborghini. But they pull up in front of your house with a Lamborghini and they dangle the keys in front of your face. You know, like, this is the Lamborghini I'm going to give you, you're like, Whoa, okay, now, believe it, right? You actually have the car, and you're showing me the car and
you're dangling the key in front of my face. I could smell it, I could see it. You know, I could feel it. It's there. Okay, now it's real, right? And so agenda itself is real, but we don't feel the reality of it, because we don't witness it. We haven't witnessed it yet. In verses 137 to 171, Allah subhanho wa Taala takes us through the theme of the Battle of butter, the theme of the Battle of brotherhood, and we're not going to spend much time on that because we'll touch it and touch upon it throughout the next few you know, Joseph the Quran and shout Allahu Allah. But he takes us through the Battle of Baba, sorry, the Battle of
the Battle of Prophet, my mistake. And he focuses on trust, and he tells us why the companions are the llama and who lost that battle? Because they lost trust in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam statement, yet Allah subhana wa tada sent angels to come and help them and they ended up defeating the machete King and winning that battle. In verse 176, Allah subhanho wa Taala reminds us not to grieve over those who disbelieve and he tells the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam not to grieve, Don't feel sad, don't feel upset that people don't believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala. And you may have relatives you might have family members who don't believe and so you feel sad, you feel
upset, you feel disturbed. I have family members who don't believe I have family members me myself personally, I have family members who don't believe my mom. She accepted Islam. Her whole side of the family is non Muslim. And I'm pretty sure we have those who have children who are born into a Muslim family, maybe your brothers and sisters who are not practicing or completely left Islam. And so you know, we don't just leave us alone with Islam. Don't talk to us about Islam. Don't talk to us about fasting don't talk to us about Ramadan and eat and all this just leave us alone. So the Prophet salaallah alayhi wa sallam is told by Allah subhanho wa Taala don't grieve. They put this
upon themselves. Love them, talk to them, cherish them, nurture them, spend time with them, encourage them, but don't grieve because every single person on the day of judging
We'll be seeing what NFC NFC me myself, What do I have to bring to a muscle panel with Allah, you're not going to care about other people on the Day of Judgment, you're going to care about yourself. So work hard and strive hard for yourself. At the end of the day, that's what matters most. In verse number 185, Allah subhanho wa Taala, he shifts into
telling us that every single one of us will taste death. And this is obviously after he talks about battles and are heard and so on. And he says, couldn't do neffs in the remote. This is the one thing that we've all been guaranteed death, it will come to us whether we like it or not, we will leave this world. And so it's important for us to focus on leaving this world to make sure that every single day in our life that we live, we live as though that is the last day, every single prayer that we pray, we pray as though this is our last prayer. We will not pray another prayer after that one. Why because there's no guarantee if we pray another one Alhamdulillah Allah has blessed us with
another prayer. But we don't know there's no guarantee. So Allah subhana wa tada there he reminds us of the taste of death. Then in verses number 192 194 and we'll just take a few more verses we won't start sort of Nisa today. We'll start it tomorrow inshallah tada verses 192 190 for a muscle panel what he says in fee in the hope is somehow it will be worth enough in Laney one arena Yeah, tiene de
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Allah subhanho wa Taala shows us proof of his oneness, for those who understand for those who will contemplate for those who actually think and ponder over the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala or banner Maha Lakota had about Lila subhanak Filipina either but not, you didn't create this, just like that. You didn't create us for absolutely no reason. You didn't create us, you know, out of out of nowhere, you have eyes to see and scientists and doctors and you know medical experts spend years and centuries trying to figure out how we can see and how we can see better, and how we can live and how we can breathe and how we can have you know like organ transplants and stuff like that. And
Allah subhana wa Taala didn't just create you like that you think you were just created out of nowhere like poof, you're created? No, I was proud of what Allah created you for a reason for a purpose and with purpose with reason every aspect of your life was created sensitivity from a Muslim Hannah whatever Allah and then Allah subhana wa tada he ends and concludes this surah in verse number 200 Yeah.
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Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Oh, you believed persevere, is spirou we'll saw the rule and have patience. He focuses and emphasizes that Be patient, persevere, push forward, endure and remain stationed while all be aloof remain firm upon your belief.
What de la la la come to fly home and have Taqwa and Allah subhanho wa Taala. So that you will be from amongst those who win the successful those who enter agenda. And that is how it was a pattern of what Allah concludes this verse, or this surah be content, be happy, be pleased. And when it's hard, be patient, be patient, be patient. He says his bill was saw the rule right, push yourself, endure the hardship that's upon you. We're all there too. And don't waver. Don't move away from the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala I don't think like, you know, I'm alone is just a burden for me know, be patient, persevere, and stay firm upon your belief that this is from Allah subhanho wa
Taala there's reason for it. And I will not see it now. But I will feel that later.
And then you will know that you will you are from amongst those who are successful. We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to make it easy for us to understand these verses of the Quran and will continue
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