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Reading Understanding The Quran Part 1

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Jamal Zarabozo

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Again

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Hello Let's speak about some principles

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that will help us to benefit

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from unscheduled

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forgiving sometimes that might be looking forward.

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If we look we will run

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our data on it in different places and when in one case one time

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one of the reasons why it was revealed to the public and one of the goals

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it took region Nascimento, Buddha Mattila nor the name of the disease is Hamid. In this verse, Allah subhana wa tada talks about the Quran is being revealed to the problem Congress in order for it to take mankind from darkness into light, submission

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of Lord of the people of the Lord. To the staff, we'll look at how to add another verse the look of what that is is wrong and feeling that

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this

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leads to the path the way that is most upright.

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This is Alyssa Hannah with data description and on and as many other verses in the Quran in which Allah subhana wa tada describes what to put on

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will do or can do for mankind.

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And if we look to the example of the hub, we see this in fact,

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truly the brand comes in from darkness into light. He studies his situation in Geneva, and you study the effects that Allah

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Allah subhanaw taala, the change that Alyssa handle with the enemies and improve the Quran and through the teaching of the public.

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You see that in fact, and if you're even an unbiased observer, you can see clearly that they were in darkness, and by the mercy of Allah subhana wa tada they were taken,

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taken to life and this is part of the of the nature of the Quran that it can lead mankind from darkness into light.

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Unfortunately, the way we look at our situation nowadays,

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although

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maybe

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the world or this 1 billion people who claim to believe in the Quran However, if you look at our situation, you'll see that although the Quran is there, a list of what that is preserved the Quran, Allah subhana wa tada is preserved the explanation Serrano's is similar.

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With However, when you look at what we mustn't get from the Koran.

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Even when we read the Koran, even when we turn to the Golan Simpson, we do not get the same results or we do not see the same effects on us that we see among the public.

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So then we have to ask, why is this the case? Obviously this Quran was

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the word of Allah kind of with the admin for the guidance of all mankind to be of judgment.

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And it is always going to be the case that this put on can lead men trying to darkness into light. So we know without any question that the problem is not with the Quran itself.

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But the problem

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perhaps, is with us in our approach to the Quran, or at least that perhaps part of the problem.

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For example, one thing that we see among many Muslims, is they have a tendency to emphasize aspects of the Quran. And although these are two aspects of what I'm doing can deny them they are not they are not the the aspects of the Quran that had that effect upon the Sahaba the things to have, or we could be

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just be careful what kind of terminology you use. But we could say,

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you permit me that that we have when we turn to the forum, sometimes we emphasize and we turn to the forum for some of the secondary purposes and we neglect primary.

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For example, many people read the Quran for the sake of Baraka.

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They read the Quran

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Because they know that as they're reading the Quran, they'll get a new report every letter that they read

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the problem. And this is obviously true the Prophet system said that for every heart

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and corruption, the meaning of the Prophet, language in his time performance words,

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litter, killing

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people translates it to promises. And I'll give you one kidding.

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I'll give you one word that word has a lot

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going on in the language is promises eliminate the completion and Harkness, the complete word. However, with respect to the Quran, that he explained it, he said, Do not say that Aeroplan means the tail of the

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Lamb. Because also fat can be used for letter.

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process, Adam has told us that for every letter that we read in the forum, we will get 10 floors. So this is true, and no one, no one can question them.

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However, if this is all that we do with respect to the Koran,

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we just turn to the Quran simply to read it knowing that we will get a good for every letter that we read. Obviously, this is not the way for example, this is to have a turn for the poor.

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They're not turning to the Quran, just to read it, knowing that you're just in reading it.

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But they turned to it with a different spirit and a different approach. Similarly, nowadays,

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many people turn to the Quran.

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When someone for example, is sick as a matter of little fear, or someone afflicted by didn't.

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Again, these kind of things we see for example, in the provinces in the Quran can be used as raffia.

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But obviously, if we look to the example of the of the Sahaba, if we look to the example of the from our system, so this was something done very rarely.

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Like we only have maybe one or two authentic, Hadees, assisting, describing it, and that and that in that manner. So again, this is not the thing that if this is how we're using the bronze and we're not actually seeing what the true

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purpose of the Quran, similarly to study the Quran to see scientific miracles, or to simply read about

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the prophets, awards and so forth just to like, take it as a book of history. This is not

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what the Quran is all about. I mean, there's other things in the Quran is other things

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that the Quran is giving us, this is the hub of God from the Quran

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that much different from these things, and much more important we can see.

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Although as I as I said, we cannot deny the truth, it's all true, I mean, the Quran, as we know, it is a miracle. And part of its miraculous nature is that it has all of these aspects, aspects to it, or these are what the soul wrote about

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the facial characteristics of the Quran. However, if we, if we look to the provinces, and we look to how he causes the other and the way that the people we see, we can understand what they got from the Quran, and what and also we look actually at the Quran as an adult, we see exactly what the Quran really is all about and what it is trying to give us.

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Now,

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again, we don't want to

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make analogy between the Quran and any normal book any other book. However,

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if you approach any book that you're going to read,

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regardless of what it is, if you have in mind already, what you want to get from that book, and what that book is trying to tell you. You will benefit much more from that book than if you just pick it up without knowing what the book is about. And without knowing what you want to get.

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One mistake that some people make when they read books is they skip the introduction. Introduction is the most important part of the book you never want to skip because that's where the author is telling you what he wants you to get out of the book. Sometimes people read a whole book and not realize what

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sometimes they're on the last seven minutes Oh

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no, go back and read from the beginning to really benefit from some of the one we have posted the put on we should have in mind what the Quran is and what the Quran is giving us.

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Then inshallah when we when we read it, these lessons or these teachings will be very, very clear in our mind.

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If we wanted to state some of the things, some of the guidance of the Quran, the Quran is giving us our mentioned

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maybe just three

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to five rounds.

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First of all the Quran, obviously, most importantly, and in fact, this is really what oh, this is about

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Brian is telling us about,

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about

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from the beginning to the end, this is what

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it's telling us about Allah Subhana, WA tada and about names, about his attributes, and about his actions about what will happen to us if we OBEY Him or disobey Him.

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And in many, many stories, talk about the fact that all of the Bronze Age

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all of the Quran is about

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because it is talking about some of these things that I just described. And all of these things are related to hate. For some people can read the Quran and not even really get much.

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I mean, they're reading to the Quran for other reasons.

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They're reading the Quran, sometimes for

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modern day, maybe for political reasons. They want to prove that this war, that there's some reason for example, to be against this wall or something, and they they'll read the Quran and they'll just they'll read the Quran basically for that reason or something of that nature. Again, that's an aspect of the Quran and that even is an aspect of Toulouse all the rest of it and not see all of the rest of the parade in Milan. And if you just take for example,

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the hamdulillahi Rabbil alameen this is describing Allah subhanho wa Taala giving us one of the one of the names of the enemy this is a this is part two eight giving us the names and attributes have a look

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at some deliverable anime implies that All praise is due only to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah well it's all praises only due to Allah subhana wa tada then is there any anybody else worth worship worshiping other than Allah I know that

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this is related to fate so hidden

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or hidden.

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And then

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two more Names of Allah Subhana Allah medic human gene, again all of this stuff is yet in ambu

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yet all you will be worshipped This is

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what you can attain this is our realization or admitting the fact

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this only in alisson hana with data what do we get help this actually applies both to hit enter hazelbrook obeah because we know and when we make the demon that if Allah subhana wa tada does not will something will not occur.

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Okay, then it could also mean something but also Lydian and I'm gonna put open with something again. We're asking all listening with Allah to guide us to the path of

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goddesses streets,

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but also Levine and EMTALA him to guide us to the path of those people who are accepted and applied to aid. And Alyson Hanna with Allah will reward them or pleased with them, or bless them because they're following a

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little movie our human body. These are those people who reject it. So here I have no data to keep us away from those people who rejected for hate, and therefore they earned the rank the anger and the rest of them

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or they've gone away from

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this is perfect. But if you study the rest of the Quran, and you keep this point in mind, you will see again, that either Allah Subhana Allah is telling us about his names and attributes for Allah subhanho wa Taala is ordering or prohibiting something and this is from the this is also part of the AIDS and this is something that belongs to this right lung only to listen

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or listen to what God is telling us about what would happen to those people who reject to hate and what will happen to those people.

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So all of this is about

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the Quran is about so therefore when we get when we read the Koran, we should keep this point in mind and be looking for how and what Allah subhana wa tada is sending in telling us about consultant about

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some sense, for example, that fear you know, in different stages, they'll take a verse of the Quran

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for verses put on and then make decisions.

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And sometimes these verses will end with some of Alyson Hana without his name, you know many times after alisson hana with Allah mentioned some either command or provision or give some lessons then Allah subhanho wa Taala ends it with something related to him which was names and attributes and so forth. He's mentioning for example that he is

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or Rahim or something of that nature.

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Many times you will notice or you can notice

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that in

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in those classes have proceeded they'll study the whole verse in details and when it comes to these names, just like they weren't. Okay, now let's move on to the next. But what about these names? What What is the implication

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And why did Allah subhanho wa Taala mention them? What do they mean? What do they tell us?

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And he This is, sometimes this is perhaps you could say the most important aspects of the verse Ellison, I know what that is telling us about that and of course, as we know, and he's the only way that we can know about the look at that is the revelation.

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And so when you just skip these things and go with your, you're losing the only chances you have really know more about.

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So that's one thing about that, when we turn to the salon, we should realize that the brand is trying to give us this, this knowledge.

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And secondly, also and actually,

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you can you can argue that it's related to it or something, but also looking at data, as we see in the case of the of the Sahaba

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Allison Hana what data is also showing us this data path or the path that he is pleased

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when we ask Allah subhana wa tada and Jennifer opens something and then we turn to

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Allah Subhana without orphans, the Donald the domain of the Quran, I think, and if man means dedicate, dedicate.

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And this is the book of guidance

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for those people who are that fearing.

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So this, this book, data through this book is showing us the way that is pleasing for us.

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And when we read the Koran, we should realize that Allah subhanho wa Taala is showing us our behavior, the way that we are supposed to be, as I said, described by the facility, this is what his behavior was.

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So the Quran is showing us the way of life, the actions and the behavior that is pleasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala and is also showing us the way of life and behavior that is displeasing to Allah, and that we should avoid.

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So when

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you read the Quran, we should keep that in mind. This

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is different persons of the Quran, Allah subhanho wa Taala is showing us the straight path is showing us the steps or the actions that we should take that are pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala and at the same time showing us the path that is displeasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala and of course, I'm emphasizing the Quran, the Quran and the Sunnah, those together,

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you must be able to understand correctly without first referring to the summit. And this aspect really,

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when you think about it, this is one of the greatest blessings with a listen to Allah has given us

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that Allah subhana wa data has made his path very clear and has preserved it for us that we know exactly what is right and what is wrong in almost every situation. It might be something which is not clear to us and we have to go through

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instead.

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And there are some matters that the Prophet system mentioned that are included only a few people might know about but in general, Hillel Dion's is the the clear the aroma?

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Now if you came from a Christian background like me, this is something

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and in Christianity, we don't have

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any you don't know what to do, from the time you get us to the

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end, you know?

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And you don't really know much because, first of all, you know,

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they believe in Jesus is the Son of God or God or whatever. Obviously, you're not exactly exempt, you don't think you as the exempt

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because you have

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no data, declare him the example press and I'll look at that and mercy has sent him as one of human mankind. So we know he's a human being is and we can call it as example.

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That's not the case with

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the New Testament the life of Jesus that it actually covers is very small and it just covers a few key things and so forth. Other than that you're left on your own. And that's probably why most Christians are

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particularly because I mean you don't really have much.

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There's not enough in Christianity to

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really, really get that handle Allah subhana wa Taala has given us that macaron

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with 30 also Alison Hannah with data in the put on and when we came to the salon is not only showing us the best of you have to be aware of when you will put on but also listen Hannah was

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in his mercy of giving us and showing us and exhorting us to follow that

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is giving us for example proofs in the Quran for why we should obey Allah subhana wa tada is warning us in the Quran about what would happen to us if we don't

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availeth analog data, and is giving us the glad tidings of what will happen to us if we obey.

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And this is something also that we should follow when we go to the forum, we should do our best.

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To try to get this from

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we wanted to put it in a different way we can see that all that's been handled without us through the Quran is giving us the atom or the knowledge of what is the straight path, and is also giving us so to speak, amen, or face the things that will drive us. What is the treatment? Because if you take, for example, at least in America.

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Now, among the preferred there is the big movement against smoking.

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If you talk to many of the professors they know about

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smoking, however, they also know the harms of alcoholism. I mean, there's there's very few that you don't know, what is alcoholism, and what is alcohol itself. I mean, every well known in the United States that every drop of alcohol kills your brain. So when you when you

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when you visit, and your brain says, you know, they don't

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keep them alive.

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And if I know that

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they don't have anything to drive them to do what is correct.

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Even though they know what's right and what is wrong. They don't have anything in themselves to say, let me do it right.

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Don't start with them. It's wrong, it's fine for them. Fine for them do that. Hello, listen, hello, God is not just in the put on shirt, what is the straight path but the left in his mercy has given us beautiful assessment that should

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make our hearts up to the remembrance to the world. Listen to what God has revealed. That we will have our heart's desire, and the strength and the power, and the willingness to follow what is what.

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So when we go to the fun, we should do our best to look at these things and see how all this data is not just showing us the streets, but also giving us the science or the teachings that should give us strengthen our faith, faith and make us wants to submit them

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to Allah. And

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so these are some of the things that when we think

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we should keep these things in mind that these are some of the things that we should be getting from the forum about hate

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about what is the straight path and about

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and looking to see what Allah subhana wa tada sing through us to wake us up. So that inshallah

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we will be inshallah, from those who are

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dialysis, and then get

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in touch

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with a woman

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has not the time come with a believer

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with a heart to submit to what Allah Subhana Allah has, has, has revealed and in fact, if you read the Quran, Allah Subhana, Allah giving us those things in the Quran that really should make our heart soften should make our skin really shake out of fear that we will then not only know what is the straight up, we will also have the strength or we'll have the strength of the men in our cells to follow.

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So as I just want to mention some other principles or some other things with

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when dealing with particular versus how we can develop benefit, also from

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reading the Quran.

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And one of these points is that

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we have to we have to realize that the Quran has been revealed for us and for each and every one of us. And what I mean by that is that, that on is the new view for our game.

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And it could take us from darkness into light. And each one of us individually should realize that our lesson handling data has revealed this forearm and wrist or arm by the wheel of a lesson handle with data can be our guide to the truth and it is true for each and every one. So we should take it as if,

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as if it is a special message or a special letter that has come to us from a listener with data has come to us from our loads to show us and to give us the streets. And we shouldn't think that it was revealed to the public trust element was revealed during that time so forth and and just kind of make it something different, that we should look at it as

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kind of like I mentioned a message or letter that has come to us from our Lord wanting to give her blood padding

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So, each one of us should think of the Quran in that way. This is my book of gods.

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This is my book of God, that Allah subhana wa Tada. And there's mercy of this, that we can know

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with the feet that so in other words, each one of us when we read the Quran, we should realize that this brawn is for any, for example, when I read the Quran, I should realize that just put on it for me as an individual. As a beloved Massoud one said this, whenever I listen to what God is, yeah, you

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know, and whenever we're listening with goddesses, or believers, you should, you should listen very closely. Because either listen to what God is going to order us to do something that will benefit you, or he will order you to stay away from something that will harm. And that's how we should look to the problems that are left to handle what Allah has revealed this, and not just for the time of the hover or not just for the survival, but I listened to what God has revealed it and in his game, for me, that is for this brother, for that brother and for everybody. But important thing, of course, for me is that I'll meet the listener without a doubt myself as an individual. And

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regardless of what the rest of you do, regardless of how much you know to put on and how will you apply it, I will need to look that up by myself. So I have to turn around realizing that this book is for me. And when I look at that as listening to people of gender, I should realize that Allah subhana wa tada could be describing with what happened to me, if inshallah I have correctly man. And I look.

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And when I listen to what God is talking about what is happening, what would happen to the people of the Hellfire, I should realize that Allah subhana wa, tada could be talking about me, if I'm not willing to take this on, and to believe in it and apply. This is how we should approach

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we should realize that our lesson and with data, when he's talking about the inhabitants of Jinja, for example, when he's talking about is this is these this some people, when he's talking about is displeased with someone, when he's talking about the Hellfire, we should realize that we should put ourselves and see where we fit in that. Because really, that's what I'm talking about us. We are either from this group or that group.

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Brian is talking about assuming you read it, and we read about the people that have fire, we should think about the fact that alisson handling data, whether we like it or not. And in the sense that we don't want none of us wants to be in

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it whether we like it or not a listen and what data might be describing our situation.

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Anyone a left hander was bad as numerous versus talking about the punishment, they will receive a lesson.

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And on the other hand, when I'll let them handle it, God is talking about his belt his agenda, and his pleasure with the people of gender and the fact that they'll be seeing all this dial into here after again all the panelists might

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be talking about.

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So we have to read it in that way and we have to see how do we become among this group, the inhabitance agenda, so that we can work in shallow

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and deep among those people and not be

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so service speaking as

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you always want to be kept with

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us but we have to take the foot on

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something as a personal guidance that are less than handle with data in the Quran is describing our own situation. We could be from here we could be from there. And when we read it we should realize that this is our guidance, this is our book. And if you put if you believe in it directly and if you follow it, inshallah Allah subhana wa tada and that book has this thread with what happened to you while when you read it and you don't follow it and you don't accept it completely. You can see also in our the below what might happen to you

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in the

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ultimate movies. Sometimes we get into a situation where

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especially for example, if we're moving to the theater and

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sometimes we slip into a situation where we feel like almost as bad as describing something that happened and it's talking about something that happened this past decade and

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we kind of sometimes we slip into the word

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bad is talking about

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no we think okay this is about the epidemic. Just take it as if

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this is a thing that happened as a diamond This is worth a look at that.

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There are some times when we

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said

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binzhou sometimes we think, Okay, this happened with respect to this man.

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And this dangerous

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situation to get into where you slip into this

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kind of approach.

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For example, when when this

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Dallas's woman in nursing the under the law there,

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among mankind, there are people who worship Allah subhanho wa Taala, as if they're on an edge.

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And if they receive something good from the gene, they are happy with it.

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Please elaborate some kind of scenario, some trials and set comes to them, then we came away from it losing both dislike.

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If you read the for example,

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you read that this was revealed about a particular person.

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So you might, when you read the verse, you think, the person, the ones that are left handed with the added discrepancy. So

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as I said, above,

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and even about the peasants of the region, and we just do this is what happens to the best that are this is what happened to that.

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Missing really the point that was almost $100 missing study, in these this, like this, this woman

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that did not mention that in this book, is this revelation that is meant for all mankind. And for

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all of us, Allah subhanho wa Taala did not mention that just to talk about someone who happened, who lived at that time, that God is missing that breast and get the listen and the message from them.

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And if you get into the habit of thinking, Okay, that happened to this thing, and this happened.

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And we are missing, what is the lesson that I listened to without is describing in that verse.

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If you go through the poem, realizing that God is giving you listen, and is not just describing something that happened one time, but it's giving you guidance, so you know, and then variants, and

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then you realize that the message and the point of that versus the message, and the point, the thing that I listened to a guy that I mentioned earlier positive during the time from

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the point of that is that these kinds of things that are left out, talking about the message of what Allah subhanaw taala talking about, is still happening and will happen over and over again. And if you open your eyes and you read these verses, realizing that Allah subhana wa tada is not just talking about when that happens, this is giving us message for all of mankind.

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You will see the lessons are these things in front of you in life. And even more importantly, you might see it in yourself.

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And you might see yourself being among those people to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala. For example, as if you're on an edge,

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that when it's easy and good, and you benefit from it, and you get things from it, then you're very happy with it, then you practice them. However, anytime there's any hardship in the beam, any fitting any call some few, then all of a sudden you stray you stop, that you live.

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So if you need a good thinking about someone at that time,

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you will miss the fact you'll miss the point that the message is that people like them and will continue to be people like that until the day of judgment, and you better make sure that you are not one of them.

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This is how we should approach the brand not think of

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even even as it could even be events related to bourbon and

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Australian about as deciding things are good to use pleased or displeased with behavior, action and so forth. Can you please with all these things we are in

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and we should do our best to have those characteristics that Allah subhanho wa Taala described in those events, as those that you speak with, and do our best

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to stay away from those characteristics that Allah, Allah describe the numbers. When we read the Quran, we should move upon

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releasing the muscles or releasing the effects from any constraints of time and place.

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And in the footer, the guidance of the Quran is much relevant to us today, as it was the time to film or anything that I mentioned in the forum, this revelation that will that Allah mercy has preserved anything that is mentioned is something of importance and we await for us today. And we should try to see what is the lesson from and this Take me to the next point that also when we read the Koran and it was the health benefits from the Quran and treat it properly and try to gain as much

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If you can promise is by keeping in mind what is the

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what is the promise and

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the uncreated speech of a lesson kind of what

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is the speech of Allah subhanaw taala head on a God in His mercy.

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And in fact, even he described the public

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the world, in His mercy, he revealed it to the public. And in his mercy He has preserved the press, and the

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other panelists

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describe

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some people who have all this data,

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whether they're standing or sitting or lying down.

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And then I'll listen without it continues talking about these people.

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Come over to will. Rob dharmapala

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kind of

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talking about those people, can he be the founder of the creation of the heavens and you're

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pondering over the patience of the heaven and years, they realize that Allah Subhana, WA, tada did not read these things in vain.

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So that was a lesson and without us to glorify Him, and asked him to protect them from

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that when they think about the creation of the heavens in the earth.

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So what should be the result? What should be the effect upon us, when we think about the fact that almost

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just the speaking illness and with that, there's not some limitations of the heavens and the earth? This is a spiritualist manual data that is reduced to the problem? How should we deal with this?

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And what kind of effect this should have had our hearts to believers when they see the heavens and the earth and think about the creation of the heavens and the earth? It doesn't have all the data and asked us to save them from the hellfire.

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Repeating and preserving first is the word of God. How should we look to the Quran? When we think about that?

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And

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I'm sure every one of you have at least one, maybe two, maybe three, maybe four.

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But how you treat it and how you look to it might

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not even think about really what is this?

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What is this sitting in front of you.

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Some people get very deep in the sand, even Muslims, they get very deep in the sand. And then when they see you know how everything works together and how wonderful this creation is.

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They start writing about

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existence of

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this,

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if you can just get rid of

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it. Unfortunately, some people really don't realize.

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And historically, of course, some people try to claim that the fraud is a creative thing. And the reason because that actually what was behind that movement, part of what was behind that number was to show that the fraud the creative thing is not perfect, and there's something that could be wrong.

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So, the more we understand this is the

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the more any, the more extreme weather the greater the place, it will have

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the more respected will give it and when I say respect, I don't mean

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the service or put it in place to hide it.

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reason

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it is not respecting,

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respecting upon realizing what it is, and acting or behaving in the proper way further by In other words, reading it, reading it, to understand the media to get its guidance and to play that game. And also

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when you play that game, and this is the next point is another way or another aspect Another important thing to benefit from

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is by playing that game.

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Because as your guidance and as you live the teachings of the Quran.

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And as you go through your life, do your best to live those teachings upon more and more

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and more and more the lessons become you become indispensable understandable.

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In other words, any when you're reading the plan and you're applying it, then you become to be in those situations that are listening

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have destroyed in principle for the profits or other people, and you become to be in those kinds of situations.

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And your understanding of what really the forum's talking about become deeper and deeper.

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And as you acquire more, and so on that will give you more and more value, and give you more and more light. And

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then also, this is an important point that anything we can get from the Quran, we do our best to apply it in our understanding of it will be deeper and deeper. inshallah and this will bring us closer.

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And finally,

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relationships

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that

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generate you think of anyone really actually is the sum of the missing. This is like a message or a letter, but it's come to you from

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a close friend.

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No, sometimes

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some very close friends who who

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are brothers in America,

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that person is a cleaner. Sometimes they're better. Now again, this isn't very good. And he might have stayed in space for long when he goes back home.

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So then there are better ways to make better

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life

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as the better gets the letter that has never been immediately tried to find someone who can tell him what to do.

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Because to him the letters and third, he wants to know that is better. Right? insane.

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I hope

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and in the same way and if

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you cannot make analogy between the brawn and get a letter from

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something much more important, much greater.

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How often have we taken on kind of for granted.

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There's a passage in the Quran that we don't really understand, we'll just leave it. There even some of the themes, sometimes even the hook that I really don't really understand much

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men stand with the following is really, we should try our best to understand and get as much knowledge of the Quran as we can.

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If you want to define that we understand that the Quran

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is one of the signs that we are touching upon in the right way.

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We do our best to understand as much and get as much of the balance of the plan as we can.

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But how do we do that?

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And we do that, of course, the first

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step study

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it was study

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and think that this will continue to move in with

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that wasn't the best example.

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When the father died in our best was

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like young.

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So the number of heads this was an app that narrates directly some of the systems that he heard and learned directly from the phone system, actually quite few

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compared to how many he married to someone at once asked him where did you get that knowledge? And he said, I get this knowledge by standing in the curb when waiting for the eldest Khalid to come out of the house. So I can ask them about

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the power system describing how did this

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come? Because it is any time any through study through ethics

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wants to have the knowledge and the guidance of the Quran, to the best of our ability we have to take the time to study it has to take the time to read it and to read the explanations of the Quran is given back from the sound of the premises.

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And one of the worst things that we can do. And one of the things that will keep us away from getting the genesis of the Quran and it was a ruling will be saying one thing and will be believing or asking somebody else is if we speak about the problem without

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speaking about the brand or speaking about the deal and speaking about the listener with data, without knowledge This is one of the greatest sins that we could commit as a listener with Allah

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in the Quran is to speak.

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Listen, without or without knowledge is a great thing. And some of the early settlers if there's anyone who speaks about the Quran, according to their opinion or

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Another narrations

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without notice, he should take a seat.

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So we want to understand and we want to benefit from the throne as much as possible. The only way we can do that is by reading the Koran and studying the Quran or getting comments or hysterical put on through the proper channels and see the proper method

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is also the the principles of procedural how to put on the stain. This is really a thing, like any other thing

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you can look to see, for example, in any other size, there's always a methodology that you use to get from point A to point B,

00:45:47--> 00:45:47

I tell you

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that the first derivative of three x is

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x squared.

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They

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remember how to take fish.

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But how did you know that?

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Studying mathematics in other words, you know the methodology

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or the formula for how to get

00:46:21--> 00:46:31

something of that nature. And in other words, the methodology that can be applied, if you apply the correct methodology, you'll get directly from point A to point B.

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If you do not apply the correct methodology, you'll get from point A to some other point other than point the other than the grip.

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So, and this is one of our problems with respect to the hold on actually, we see this unfortunately a lot is the handler even when we turn to the front, and even though we read the Quran, sometimes when we study the Quran, we do not apply the correct methodology of encrypting or in other words, the correct methodology is to see. So, therefore, we start from point A, which is wrong, but unfortunately, we don't end up at point B which is the

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understanding of

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Angular and it was various throughout the history has shown us what is the correct

00:47:17--> 00:47:19

methodology with respect to the plan

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and the first two steps and the most important steps which even these two systems even though they sometimes inefficient people, neglecting all Valley is

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to interpret the plan and the life of the promise

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as a lesson how to describe

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the service,

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the plan basically is a two types of

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nothing,

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nothing, Allah subhanaw taala is described the verses that as

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and these are really the sources or the routes or the foundations of the So, you have this which are great clear in and of themselves. And you have verses which are open to interpretation.

00:48:11--> 00:48:12

That doesn't mean allegorical or

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metaphorical. It means and he says something not clear in just spoken to.

00:48:22--> 00:48:29

How do we understand those one of the first steps that we take is that we understand them, and delight of them come up with a clear.

00:48:32--> 00:48:40

Take one example even this verse, according to system say, the first many verses of surah, Allah was revealed when

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the Christians of grant came to the Philippines

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to meet with the public.

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And some of the some of the Christians have an advantage in that the put on the support in the problem for the police in the clinic.

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And the person they were referring to, are those verses in which the

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person says as we

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wish and

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they said this is

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proof in the form of

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well, if you if you look at those verses in which you're listening to what Allah has mentioned,

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replacing certain frustration further there in the Mississippi has a meaning in the sense that they have more than one possible meaning.

00:49:36--> 00:49:40

When I listened to what Tyler refers to himself as the floor,

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it could mean more than one as the Christians were saying, or it could mean

00:49:49--> 00:49:51

any of the world we

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didn't get familiar with the world, we

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know we are

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If you notice that on the left, are you using that first person tool, and talking about the things in which the angels also invoke

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a library and other things like way of

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these kind of things? And what data are we using? singing. So, there's not another explanation. However, we know for sure, that the explanation of the Christians are wrong is wrong, the claim is wrong, because the verses is many, many,

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many verses, that shows clearly

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that Allah, Allah is one.

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So, we take this any verse, this nature, which is

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more than one ye and we understand it, and we

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understand it in the light,

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which are not open to more than one we

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similarly, also,

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will have to

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explain, then they will

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begin in the next few minutes.

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Allah has revealed the victory to the,

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for the President to explain to mankind which has been revealed to them. And obviously, and I don't know, if I need to go into

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too much detail here. But you cannot understand the problem without looking to the

00:51:38--> 00:51:39

people who claim

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but you can

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simply, I don't know if you're familiar with

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number 16. And if they take the example of setup, how many times does a lesson handler data orgasm belong? To a status?

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How many?

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I don't know. But it's a lot more than one. There's many fans in which a less than handler data has earned us to establish Is there anywhere in the world in which data describes exactly healthy performance?

00:52:16--> 00:52:30

data refers to many different parts. And we know you know that aspect. From the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala does refer to different parts of the city threat to the US and abroad in which Allah subhana wa tada

00:52:31--> 00:52:34

says, exactly how to say, How do we know how to

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say something as basic as that, we realize we can understand from that, that we can not know what is the application of the problem without looking through this. And

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we always seek to

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silence I need to attend.

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We can do this.

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And we had one guy already inside

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the meeting, again, and I decided that we didn't look like them.

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So the

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kitchen is the kitchen. And they said that we were going to

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take all the feet.

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But

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we didn't have any weapons.

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But I got into a debate with many

00:53:39--> 00:53:39

people

00:53:41--> 00:53:45

and asked him about I tried to bring up this point about how do you understand the

00:53:48--> 00:53:54

claim that the there's no authority to the center whatsoever? Because there's people who

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are worshippers

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and they are monotheistic?

00:54:04--> 00:54:08

So I asked him about the US. How do you say, because I had heard that they prayed like

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they had women?

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In general, the phrase like

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you know, if you don't

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you don't believe it has any

00:54:23--> 00:54:26

chance whatsoever? How do you know how to think what did you get this person?

00:54:28--> 00:54:30

said, Oh, this is the prayer of Abraham.

00:54:32--> 00:54:34

We have is narrated from the time of Abraham.

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So it seems to me that the sooner the public, that's not the good the sooner that Abraham

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sees me and I don't know what else to get from his son from Abraham.

00:54:48--> 00:54:52

And when you talk to them, you see how much Shani

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there's no course no logic to what they're saying. But they're extremely

00:54:59--> 00:54:59

good.

00:55:00--> 00:55:04

have many people who unfortunately, they realize the importance of the singer.

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And they accept the position of the singer. But sometimes Unfortunately, when it comes to interpreting the fraud or when they read the form, although there's a clear center of it from top to bottom, explaining things versus either they don't take the time to find those hobbies and understand caught on in the life of those idiots, or they don't realize the importance of infringing upon the rights of another province that for them, and they have a tendency to make their own interpretation. And this interpretation, unfortunately comes and goes again, how the federal system expands. And of course, this is

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this is completely unacceptable. So we have the brawn, we have simnet, we also have the Arabic language loss,

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explanation of this harbor and also the terrain. So what is the some of the sources of procedures we have to refer to if you want, and shall lead to get the correct guidance.

00:56:01--> 00:56:02

And finally,

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finally, he said that more people are coming.

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Beginning

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music,

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oh,

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we used to have these classes. And

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so one time, or, depending on the year, some things are after the show.

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So what I do is I just sit the tape, an hour and a half tape and tape them.

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So once I'm alone, this was on voice activation. And we were there for about three hours before.

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But this one is working.

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Finally, this is my last, my last point

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is this

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and this is really a general point I get this always

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when we turn to the Quran, we should turn to the Quran sincerely and asking Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to guide us.

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And related to this is that when we when we turn to the Quran, we have to make sure to allow the Quran and he could speak for itself.

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And we have to put on wood

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have to be careful with fake reviews,

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with an open mind

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sounds like something somebody else made me with.

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And it was I mean by that,

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along with an open mind, what I mean by that is we have to allow the person to tell us what is true, and what is false. And we cannot turn to the plan already having that in mind. Any of this is true, and this is false and so forth. And anyone who applies like that,

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then when you turn to the Quran, no matter what you see, and no matter what you read in the Quran, you'll interpret it according to what is consistent with your beliefs.

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So we posted the prime that way that's, again a very dangerous way. Because once again, the Koran would be saying one thing and we will be following or believing something. So we post the Quran allowing the parents tell us what is true. And we put the foot on sincerely for the sake of our data asking God for guidance on what insha Allah shall have been put on would have

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the kind of effects upon us that it had upon the Kaaba, Allah subhanho wa Taala will take us from darkness into light that will take us to the fifth path and in the hereafter. Allah will be pleased with us, will grant us the bounty in the bounty of seeing him in the hereafter. And these things inshallah

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was kind of without his promise to those people who believe in and properly and sincerely for the sake of data and data