Channel: Ismail Kamdar
Series: Ismail Kamdar – Ramadan 2019
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Salam alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah so this is going to be the final video in the series for Ramadan 1440 H, where
today inshallah we just going to discuss a bit about the theme of the last two Jews of the Quran and some distance that we can take from that show we'll be stopping 20 videos of I don't think we'll move on beyond this point in Charlotte, this is enough and beneficial. And for that I thank each and every one of you who have joined me for this series, may Allah accept it from us and make it a good evening on our scale on the last day and means a benefit for all of us. So the last two Jews of the Quran, the 29th and 30th Jews, both focused primarily on the Euro on the afterlife. So these two Jews are a combination of short sutras compared to the rest of the Quran. They are short euro us, in
which Allah hunter speaks about the day of judgment about paradise about how about the end of the world, about, you know, the judgment itself, about being resurrected. This is the common theme found amongst 70 to 80% of the students in these teachers. And there's a reason why the students are grouped together. One of the reasons being is that as you end up your recitation of the Quran, by the end of Ramadan, you end off with a reminder to yourself about what Mati what's most important, what's most important is our afterlife. What's most important is whether we get to gender or not whether we get our book of deeds in the right hand or not. And so the Quran ends on a series of
reminders one after another about this. And so as we end of Ramadan, I want us all to take time to think about this. Think about our own lives and what we have done to build towards gender. These last few surah of the Quran, you will find, for example, amongst the sutras Surah Al qiyamah, which describes the Day of Judgment surah Adar, which describes gender throughout masala, which describes Johanna Surah nabba, which describes the deal of resurrection,
you know, and then you will find many other students with a similar theme. So let's end off with a
description, or rather,
with a reflection on these themes just reflect on the day of judgment and what we have prepared for it. And you know, many people know these, they have this attitude that the world's going to end soon and it's almost a day of judgment. Well, in every generation since the time of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, there have been people who've thought that the world's going to end soon and that you know the deal judgment is coming soon. And many people use this as an excuse not to do anything. But if you look at the time of the Prophet Claudio Salaam, for example, there was a man who came to him and asked him over Shula montesa, when is the hour when is the last day and the Prophet Muhammad
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam replied to him, what have you prepared for it? Right? And I think this is really the lesson we all need to take from this. It doesn't matter when the last day is when the Day of Judgment happens. Whether it happens next week in 10 years time in 100 years time in 1000 years time. That's irrelevant. what's relevant to our lives is what have you prepared for the day of judgment? So as Ramadan ends, and we get back to our normal life, so normal work and schedule and sleep and entertainment and food? let's not lose sight of what is most important. What is most important is preparing for the afterlife, not only in the month of Ramadan but all year round. And
we can continue with Avada outside the month of Ramadan Yes, it won't be as intense as during the month of Ramadan. Ramadan is meant to be a time of taking it up a notch and doing things with a higher level. Or we can do something out of Ramadan. So for example, in the month of Ramadan, maybe you're reciting one or two Jews of the Quran a day. But outside of Ramadan keep up the habit of reciting five or 10 minutes of Quran every day. Maybe in Ramadan you are praying kiambu a target 20 Records right outside of Ramadan try to pray to everyday to rockets the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam stated that the deeds are most beloved to Allah are those which are consistent even if they
are few. So it's not really the number that matters what matters is the consistency. So that is try and continue our good deeds after Ramadan all year round, let's turn them into habits habits that continue to benefit us until we leave this world and they will continue to benefit us inshallah, after that on the day of judgment and when we receive our reward in the afterlife. So as you read the last two Jews of the Quran, reflect upon these lessons, reflect on the Day of Judgment reflect on paradise and how reflect on your own life and what you were doing to attain the correct final destination.
And to be from those who are close to Allah Subhana Allah. With that we will conclude thank you so much for joining me for a series of 23 videos online accepted from us in a global scale of good deeds and the last day and make it beneficial for soldiers or Filipino after Tawana and hamdulillah rocky army