Channel: Ibrahim Hindy
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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh thank you for joining us for another episode of prophetic. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught his companions, what he called sacred and so far, meaning the master of all is the Father, the master of all seeking forgiveness. He said, say he is the father is that you say, Allah home and therapy, or law you are my Lord, La Ilaha Illa. And there is none to be worshipped, save you. Hello for 21 You created me, and I am your servant. Well, I know I decode when it comes to thoughts, and I am upon your covenant and your promise as best as I can, to become an shuddering mess or not, I seek refuge in You from the worst evil that I have created.
Well, we like to be near my team, and I permanently acknowledge your blessings over me while we let them be. And I acknowledge my sins felt fiddly for inner hula, if you don't know, Bella, and so forgive me, for indeed, no one forgives the sins other than you owe a lot. This is a very powerful, powerful one that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam calls, say that it's the Father, the master of all seeking forgiveness, the leader, the pinnacle of all seeking forgiveness, if all the types of Do I have seeking forgiveness were there, and this one would be the leader amongst all of them, the chief amongst them all, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then said, Men, Allah, whoever says it at
night, and they die, before they wake up, they will go to gender. And whoever says it when they wake up, and they die before they go to sleep, they will enter into gender. That's how powerful this is. That's how important this is. And the scholars they differed over this question, why is it called saying that it's too far? Why is it considered the premier the pinnacle form of seeking forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. And they said, there's a number of reasons for this. They said number one, this is the far this is the one which generates the most amount of reward for the one who says it. So when you say it, you get the most amount of reward from this to AI versus others. They said,
The other reason is that it is the most likely due to fog to be answered, or the one that is quickest to be answered by Allah subhanaw taala. And the third reason they gave is that because of the great meanings, which are incorporated in this tool, I incorporated within it, it has been given this label of say you that is too far, the master of all is the Father, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says if you say it when you awake, more Kenan with certainty and a loss of Hamlet's Island, and you die before sleeping, you will go to genda. And if you say it before sleeping malkina and with certainty, and you die before you wake up, you will go to agenda, the condition here is
certainty. And that's the goal of this series that when we make do I, we understand what we're saying. We understand the meanings behind it and so that we can have greater conviction and certainty in what we are asking from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Where do I begin alojamento bo la You are my Lord. And the rub the Lord that allow us to handle data calls himself the rub, the rub in the language means the owner, the controller, the one who's in charge of the one who has who nourishes and sustains and takes care of takes care of the one we say there'll be like the parents or I'll be the parents raises their children, right. He is the rub of the child because they nourish the child.
They sustained the child they raised the child up a last panel dad is the ultimate master. He is the ultimate Rob because He created us because he controls the heavens and the earth and he controls everything that is within it. And he is the one who has nourished us and He is the one who has sustained us and He is the one who was raised us and for that reason, Allah subhanho wa Taala is our rub. And we say Aloma enter, Rob be you are not that you are in Europe, you are the Lord No, you are my Lord or law. And so you should think about how Allah subhanaw taala created you how he nourished you how he took care of you from from when you were in the womb of your mother, how he raised you
how he strengthened you how he gave you from his blessings, you are my Europe, there's a personal type of drive that you are making here La Ilaha Illa and there is no ILA other than you there is no god other than you. We already said Allah is there up now we are seeing that he is the ILA and this concept of La ilaha illa Allah that you are the only Illa The only one worthy of my worship it is incorporated in all of the great Do I have is the father that is made throughout the court and are so many of them incorporate this idea of singularity law and the law University he said um, he says law either lead to panic in the consuming of what he mean by La ilaha IL and there is none. There is
no law other than you or law, there's no God other than you there's none with the right to be worshipped other than you subhanak you are the one who is perfect, in the equivalent of hot the nose of those who committed wrong, right so it is incorporated in many of the others to follow and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentions the example of
Men will be brought on the Day of Judgment. And this man will have 99 scrolls that will be unfurled in front of him. Each of these scrolls rolled out as far as the eye can see. Each of them contain his sins on them, and they are full with his sins. And he sees all of these scrolls and a lot asks him, is there any mistake here? Do you deny any of this? He says, No, I can't deny any of it. I committed all of these sins, then Allah subhana wa tada says, but I have one good deed that you committed one good deed that you did, and a tiny parchment scrap of paper is brought out. And on that scrap of paper is la la, la la, he said la la, la la, and he believed it deeply in his heart,
even though he committed sins. He believed that you know, in the law, he truly believed this and had conviction of it. The man says, What is this one parchment of paper going to do against these scrolls and scrolls of pages of sins, and loss of handle data ways? the parchment against all those scrolls and the parchment of La ilaha illAllah outweighs all the other schools because La la la la is a hallmark of is too far. It is, you know the mark of our faith in Allah Subhana Allah, Allah is the source of our worship. He alone is our God. This testimony alone can bring us forgiveness and the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Then we say hello cottony what an Abdo that you created me and
I am your servant. Everything is the servant of Allah, Muslim and cafard you know human and jinn and animals and trees and mountains everything is the servant of Allah subhanaw taala The only question is, Are you the servant of Allah willingly or unwillingly? Unless it says in the Quran for quality, audit to
attain authority, Allah spoke to the heavens and the earth and he said, Come willingly or unwillingly, and they responded to a law and they said, We will come willingly, meaning that everything is the servant of a law, either you are going to be the servant willingly or unwillingly, and we are Muslim because we surrender ourselves to Allah, we give ourselves to Allah subhanaw taala we willingly say to Allah, we are Your servant, Halekulani what you created me and I am willingly Your servant, I have willingly surrendered myself to you. Why not Allah I decode why because the thought and I am upon your covenant and your promise as best that I can. What is the covenant with a
lot? It is this religion, it is this Deen that unless penalty has given us what he has ordered us with what he has prohibited us from. And so you are saying oh law, I am upon this covenant I am upholding I am firm upon I'm holding on to this oath, this covenant between you and between me Oh Allah, I am upon your covenant and upon your promise, what is the promise between us and Allah, the promises genda, the promises that if you hold on to this covenant, you will have agenda and if you break this oath, that we will receive the punishment of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, and then the end of it must have thought as best as they can. And the scholars, they say this phrase the as best
as I can, we can derive either fear from it or hope from it, it can be an indication of mercy, or an indication of fear from the punishment of a law, fear, because we have to ask ourselves, when we committed, how long did we really do the best that we can, when we back a bit when we got saved? When we, you know, took the rights of others? Did you really do the best that you can, when you missed your prayers? Did you do the best that you can, because you're telling a lot, I'm doing the best that I can. But the hopeful part of this is that the prophets of the law, civil law and you send him is including this as part of the law to acknowledge that none of us are going to be
perfect, and none of us are going to uphold this oath perfectly. And we are going to make mistakes and we're not going to be perfect and upholding this religion. So the Prophet says we're going to do the best that we can. And so a lot we're going to do the best that we can, even though we know that we're going to make a lot of mistakes. And then he says, Are Lupica mean shadowy mess or not they all lie seek refuge in You in the worst that I have done. You know, the evil that we do, the sins that we do has consequences. Right. And those consequences can harm us in this world, and certainly in the next, and no one can protect us against them. No one can defend us, no one can help us. No
one can aid us against the consequences of those sins that we've done, other than a law. So we seek the refuge in the help of Allah subhanaw taala against the sins that we know that we have committed. And then we say Abu Dhabi near mattea, la or LA I fully admit your blessings upon me. And this word Abu that the prophets I send them uses in this word, you know, it means it comes from a root that means to permanently reside, like a less power that only talks about the unsought he says Latina Tebow, what would doubt so uses the same word, those who permanently resided in Medina, that's what he calls the unsought. Right. Or the do either the angels make whatever what Tim ineligibility
Mansehra that made you take the permanent home agenda. So tabela abou means I'm permanently taking a place I'm permanently permanently taking a residence. So it's as if we're saying to a law, a law, I am permanently recognizing your blessing upon me. I am permanently realizing that you have a blessing upon me. And therefore no matter the circumstance, the difficulty, the hardship, the good or the bad. I recognize that you Allah have blessings upon me and you've given me blessings and think of the man who was blind and paralyzed and homeless, and he's lying on the ground and another man walks
by him, and the man who is on the ground, he says hamdulillah Hindi for bollini Allah Cathedral evadne he says Alhamdulillah praise belongs to Allah who prefer to me over so many of his other servants. And the man who was walking by him stops and he says, What are you talking about? You're blind and you're paralyzed, and you're homeless, how is a lot preferred you over other people, and the man who's blind and paralyzed, he says, didn't Allah give me a heart that thinks and contemplates and reflects didn't allow, give me a tongue that remembers him. So he recognizes his blessings and we need to take that position of permanently no matter the circumstance, recognizing
and acknowledging the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala over us, and then he says Abu laka be thembi and I fully admit my sins and He uses the same word, meaning we permanently take the position of acknowledging our sins and our shortcomings. Our relationship with Allah azza wa jal is built on love and humility. Love is born from acknowledging a loss penalty is a favor over us as blessings over us and humility is born out of recognizing our sins and our shortcomings and our mistakes. And this this makes you have this great relationship with a lot as well. The greatest why that is mentioned is that that acknowledges or contains in it the acknowledgement of our mistakes the
duality of units in the criminal body mean all those of those who committed wrong that do add them at least anemone ate from the tree Robin I want him to emphasize that although we wronged ourselves we harmed ourselves. So these are the these two are the greatest of the duality we acknowledge our mistakes although we made mistakes, and then we say fulfilled leaf in the hula for the movie land, Allah forgive me. No one forgives the sins other than you. There is no Imam. There's no chef, there's no priest, there's no bribe, there's no influence that will relieve you of your sins or the guilt of your sins. There's no method there's no way other than through a loss of handling to Allah.
No one can forgive your sins, but Allah subhanaw taala and Allah azza wa jal describes the righteous in the Quran, will Edina Is that fair alpha heisha 1001 or more emphasis on the court of law, those who when they commit an immoral sin, or the wrong themselves, they remember a law for still federally than will be him. So they seek the forgiveness of Allah, what may have filled with the Nova Elon law and who forgives the sins other than Allah subhanaw taala who is it that we should turn to or that we should ask or that we should beg or that we should take an oath with other than Allah subhana wa tada and the Prophet says, No one says this by date with certainty except that they
are granted paradise. No one says this by night with certainty except that they are granted paradise may have lost pounds either accept our forgiveness and enter us into paradise. So then why required to live on campus