Juz By Juz – Juz #20
Channel: Kamil Ahmad
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah why on earth he was so happy Hmm. In America.
The 20th Jews or Parra of the Quran
starts with the remainder of Surah, two nema.
And it starts
by finishing off the story of Luke Alehissalaam. And then mentioning some of the proofs of Allah's oneness
by using, you know, the lordship of Allah Rubia of Allah to prove that ooo here of Allah,
the, the Rubia the lordship of Allah is the fact that Allah is one in, in him being the Lord and having characteristics of Lordship, such as creating, you know, providing for His creation, and so on and so forth. So Allah mentions or asks five questions,
and they are all related to the Lordship of Allah.
And then Allah says, Allah, Allahu Allah, Allah, is there, another god, with Allah? So if you believe that Allah is one in His Lordship, then why do you associate partners with Allah? Why do you worship other than Allah. And so this is using the Ruby of Allah to prove the oluwo here of Allah that Allah alone deserves to be worshipped without any partners. After that, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tala
mentioned towards the end of the surah.
Some of the
some of the things that will happen at the end of times, and so Allah mentioned one of the major signs of the Day of Judgment, and that is
the emergence of the Beast adab This is the only place that it is mentioned in the Quran. And then Allah mentions how you know, the, the trumpet, the Trumpet will be blown.
And Allah mentioned, the Day of Judgment. And then at the very end of the Surah, Allah subhanho wa Taala commands, the prophets, Allah, Allahu Allah will sell them to serve Allah and continue to preach the Quran.
After that, we'll move on to the next row, which is similar to cost us. So what are costs, which is basically which basically means the stories. And so we have here mainly the story of Musa de Sena. And so
the the Surah, it starts with the, the story of Musa alayhis salam, and how his mother when he was a baby, she had to give him up, because, you know, for how he was rounding up all the, the newborn boys to kill them.
And so she, you know, placed him in the river. And Allah mentions the sadness that she felt as a mother losing her child. But Allah, you know, basically consoled her and said that, you know, don't worry, we will protect him and he will be back with you. And sure enough, Allah returned Musa Ali's land back to his mother. And so the entire story is mentioned there, as to how he was returned back to his mother. And also after that when he became older,
when he became a man, and the story of Musa Ali salaam, killing
the Coptic Egyptian man, and how, you know, he was worried and afraid that they're going to catch him. And so he fled. And he went to the northern part of the Arabian Peninsula, which is known as an area known as el medio. And over there, he saw two women
who basically, were trying to get water from a well, that, you know, was busy, the well was a very busy well, and they were men who were basically collecting water. And so these two women, you know, they couldn't really collect water. So Musa Islam helped them and collected water for them. And you know, the story of how one of them came and said, you know, my father wants to speak to you. And the story of how Musa Ali Salam married one of them and spent several years there in Midian. And then after that, how he you know, how He left with his family.
And then how Allah subhanho wa Taala communicated with Musa telling him now go to Pharaoh home and give him Dawa. And so you know, the entire story is mentioned there. And the rest of the story is also mentioned there of Musa Islam with pheromone and with bunnies or eat and so on so forth.
After that we have
Allah subhanho wa taala, after that mentions
the story of Qarun and how Qarun was from the followers of Musa Ali Salam, but he was arrogant. And he was, you know, somebody very rich, he was a rich and wealthy individual, and how he became deceived by his wealth. And he became boastful and arrogant. And so Allah mentioned his story and how he punished him. That is all mentioned there, towards the end of Surah, two cos
after that, we have sunnah to landcare Boote surah. Al Anka booth, we have the beginning of it here in this Druze.
So Allah subhanho, wa Taala starts off the surah by reminding us that,
you know, reminding the believers that, you know, this path of, you know,
the strict path that we are supposed to follow, and that we hope to be among those who are following the straight path. Don't think that it is a part that is filled with roses, and it's all beautiful, and you don't there's not going to be any difficulty in it. And so Allah says, you know, do you think that you will not be tested?
And you know, you're gonna go to gender just like that? No, we will test you, just like we tested those before you. And so that's a reality. That is the karma. And remaining steadfast upon the deen of Allah is not something that's, you know, a free ticket to gender, but rather, it comes with a lot of difficulty, and a lot of tests and trials. And so the successful ones are those who pass these tests and crimes.
After that, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada
you know, signs of his Tauheed, the Tauheed of Allah subhanho wa taala. And also
also Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions
the parable of the spider.
And that is basically an anchor bolt,
the name of the surah. And so Allah mentions that the parable of those who associate partners with Allah, the parable of the machete cool.
And their shift is like that of a spider's web. It is fragile, it is weak. And so those false gods that they are calling upon besides Allah, they are weak and unable to give you what they asked you for, just like the spider's web that is weak and fragile and fragile and cannot really you know, hold and is not you know,
a house that is built upon a strong foundation. And with that, we come to the end of this juice. In the next juice. We will wrap up Seurat Alenka boot, until then, Subhanak along will be handed a shed we'll let you know I learned as though futile cover to like, was Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh