Death and Hereafter

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Valera man Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sugarpill, MBA will mousseline

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Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi, wa ala alihi wa sahbihi, salam, this even cathedral cathedra I'm about to my brothers and sisters.

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We are in the class of death and Hereafter I remind myself and you let me ask you a question I asked myself the same question. Take 2019 as a deadline, because that's when COVID started. So taking 2019 as a deadline, we are now in 2022.

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How many friends and family have yours passed away in these two and a half years?

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Can you

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without thinking and trying to recall with difficulty and whatnot?

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Can you readily name try to try that for yourself? How many of you how many can you name? And when you have done that? Now do another exercise which is think about it and say well, you know, who was that this was asked about and so on and then take trouble to remember. So that you know now

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the whole list and see how many you missed?

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How many could you recall immediately and how many did you miss?

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Just in the spirit of doing obvious and I'm talking about friends and family I'm not talking about anybody else friends and family.

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The reason I'm saying that is for us to understand the the essential nature of our lives.

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As they say Well let me share Kimbundu mark a Mundo or as many of Sanjay, as soon as the I shot, the person becomes a Santa becomes a story.

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Names are forgotten. You are forgotten and forgotten.

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Allah Masha Allah, those whose memory Allah subhanaw taala wants to keep alive, Allah will keep alive.

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But there are always those are always a very, very small miniscule minority.

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For the vast majority of us,

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we will be forgotten.

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It will be as if we never existed.

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Our names will be gone, what we did will be gone.

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Some of it will be used by others, they will pretend that they did it.

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Of course, Allah knows the reality and Allah subhanaw taala will reward but I'm saying they will be those who will steal your work.

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They will steal your name, they will steal your fame, they will claim things

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about you.

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Depending on depending on who you are.

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For example, the number of people who I have heard, claiming to be

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the special students, of Hezbollah, to have to learn for example,

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some of them and when they claim that I have a good laugh.

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And I want to ask them when when when was this

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it's easy to claim to be the student of a famous chef who passed away because he's not there to tonight.

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But if you look at the life of the person who's claiming that and you can see that this person and had nothing to do with that share, because in fact this person was a student of that share that this person is a disgrace to that share.

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Why am I saying this because this is the essential reality of life and we are looking at death and year after.

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The reason why we need to look at this essential reality of life is that what will remain is what we take with us. Which is not our name which is not our fame which is not our wealth.

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It is what we did for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and it is what we spend for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala only this will go with us.

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Not anything else.

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And that is the reason why it's so important to remember that one day we will go into our graves

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and then we will have to answer questions.

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Death is not the cessation it's not the ending of life. It is the ending of control.

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More than the Giga kappa one economy. FDR gets hedonic.

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We will no longer have the ability to take decisions to take action to do anything.

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Our choices

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In that state,

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we live a life today.

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Where we in that state, we say, Alhamdulillah, I did my best,

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or we live our life today in a state where when we get there,

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we will only have regrets.

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I ask Allah subhanaw taala to save us from that.

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And to enable us to live a life where when we get there, and that is the only certainty in life, that we will be in our code, we will be in our grips.

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And grave is not necessarily a hole in the ground, a grave, meaning Oliver Bartok,

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whichever way if a person gets vaporized, that person will still go into the ER, our person falls into the sea and is eaten by 200 Sharks,

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that a Bucha we manage the belly of each person will still be in our muscles.

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I'm talking about the other birds.

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Now, the fourth question of the grave, we've dealt with the three question the fourth one, whereby you Rica.

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How do you know this? So your code and the person may Allah make us among dwelt among them,

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who is guided who lives his life or her life according to the orders of Allah subhanaw taala will say,

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Cara to Kitab Allah

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for a man to be he was a doctor.

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They will ask, the angels will ask Who made you aware of this? How do you know this?

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Which is the answers to the first three questions.

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And they will say, I read the Kitab of Allah, the book of Allah, I believed in it. And I considered it to be true.

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Karatu Kitab Allah

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for Armen to be he was adopted

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to read the book of Allah subhanaw taala. To believe in it, and to consider it to be true.

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What does this mean apart from the obvious

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but firstly obvious, to read and understand it?

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To read it with understanding?

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How can somebody claim to understand the Quran and believe in it?

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Without the understanding of it?

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How can somebody who can't understand the Quran claim to believe in it, to believe in what

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he may believe he may believe? Or she may believe that the Quran is the truth? And of course that goes for all of us? And how can one say I believed in it when one never understood it?

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That is the question.

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I know it is true, but do I really believe in it? We ask Allah to save us from all this.

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The idea here is not to say that if you don't understand the Quran, then you are not a believer. No. We ask Allah for His mercy. We ask Allah to save us from this but should we not make an effort? That's my question.

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Before we follow the Quran, in every word that it contains, and accept all its injunctions without hesitation, without changes or alteration, or without reservation 100 that we accept all the Divine laws it contains without reservation. And we believe that this divine law of Allah subhanaw taala is the only law which has a right to be implemented on the earth.

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We believe that whoever tries to alter anything of the Quran, be it a single letter.

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Anyone who denies anything of the Quran, be it a single letter or a single word. Anyone who reject anything in the Quran, be it a single letter or a single word.

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Anyone who makes fun of the Quran, anyone who does not believe in any of the promises of Allah subhanaw taala, who does not believe in the descriptions and relations of the matters of the unperceivable elevate and the hereafter has left Islam.

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We believe that it is essential for the Muslim to believe in to understand and implement the Quran and Sunnah in his or her life because that is the best possible way to live.

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We believe in all the divine books that Allah subhanaw taala mentioned in the Quran in their original state, not in any change state as we have them today. In the original state, the way they were revealed.

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We know about four of the Divine books, the Torah, there's a war, the Injeel and the Quran.

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So we believe it is divine revelation in their original form. We also know that ultramarathoner sent Sophie Rahim. The books of Rahim on him on him, Ali salaam

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don't have that anymore. We know that Allah subhanaw taala, as in many other books, we do not have access to them, we don't know what they are what they were, you know, there was some ALLAH, ALLAH SubhanA, Allah sent books to different prophets. What we do have with us in one form, or the other is torah,

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ZombiU, Injeel, and the Quran

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and we believe in all of them, that they are divine, and we believe in all of them in their original state, original form, original language, or digital meaning

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we do not accept the changes that have been made to them. And we do not accept those books, meaning the Torah, the double and the NG as a source of Islamic law.

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We don't accept the changes that were made to the Torah, the Injeel and zooboo. And we do not accept them as the source of Islamic law. The Quran Alhamdulillah remains unchanged.

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Now, as far as the people who made changes to the Torah, the Injeel, and there's a war, the war is already lost now. So it basically the two books, Torah and the engine. We believe that the people the who made those champion permit changes had no right to do that. And then they exceeded their authority to make changes in a divine revelation is comparable to making changes in the writings of an author without his permission? We call that a copyright violation, and it's a cognizable offense. How then can we accept changes in the divine revelation without the permission of the author which is ALLAH SubhanA wa and that is why no Muslim will ever agree to any change in the Quran because he

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or she understands his own position with respect to Allah subhanaw taala

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we believe that that it is essential to understand and implement the Sunnah of Rasulullah salaam, his way his teachings in our lives because the Sunnah is the tafsir. It is the exegesis it is the explanation of the Quran, it is the fieldbook of the Quran

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Alyssa della gave the orders of what he wanted us to do with the Quran. And he showed the way the method to do it to his the we have masala insulin in the sun. So the Sunnah, is the fieldbook of the Quran.

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We believe that the Sunnah is also therefore another form of Verhey. Another form of Revelation, which is called we're here, but through the recitation that is not recited in prayer. But it is the revelation that's not recited in prayer, but it is Revelation. It is not something that also was seldom invented on his own or somebody invented. It is what Allah subhanaw taala taught him. The simplest and easiest way to understand is the best example is Allah route that as it came in Salah tele decree in the Quran, in sort of data loss around data set established the salary for my thicker for my remembrance,

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if you will read that I use Alhamdulillah I am ready to establish Salah what does it mean? How must I do it?

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There is nowhere in the Quran which explains how Salah is to be established.

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Allah subhanaw taala taught how to establish Salah to is the way Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam and he showed us he showed us how to establish Salah and he said Sallu Kamara, a tunic Cindy Omaka Elisa to Salah. He said pray as you have seen me pray

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because the establishment of Salah consists not only of standing and praying its consists of what leads to it and thereafter.

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So the all the issues of the hara all the issues of purification of the body purification of the mind and the heart, the soul

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what kind of clothes to wear, what kind of clothes are permissible, what are not permissible? What about the place that you're praying what constitutes impurity what how to make it pure? And then the entire process of Salah how does the salah begin? How does it continue how to use it and what must be recited in it? What enhances and beautifies and makes the salah more valuable? What will make this less valuable? What are the mistakes in Salah what will completely invalidate the salah if I make a mistake in Salah What do I need to do? Can I correct the mistake while still retaining the that Sara? Or do I need to repeat my prayer and so on and so on. All of these things are essential

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if you want to establish Allah and Allah subhanaw taala showed them and narrated them and explained them and taught them to is the visa or Salam and said teach them to the people.

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Yes

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that is the meaning of it.

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Understanding and believing in the Quran. We believe in the word of the Quran we believe in the meaning of the word we believe in the explanation of the word.

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We believe that is why why is there Motlow which we know as the Sunnah or the Hadees also salam, that this revelation was sent to explain the Quran and therefore it is an essential part of Islamic theology. And the second most important source of Islamic law. We believe that anyone who denies the Sunnah in totality, or partially, and claims that the Quran is sufficient for that person proclaims their own gross ignorance and they have left Islam.

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Even a cursory study of the of the Quran will make it clear to the sincere person that the explanation of the law is essential to understand and implement the law. So also in the case, so also is the case with the Quran and the Sunnah. The Sunnah complements the Quran, and is essential for one to be able to understand the method of carrying out Quranic injunctions.

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Without the Sunnah, it is impossible to implement the Quran and therefore, those who reject the Sunnah also are rejecting the Quran.

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Just to give an example, the Quran orders all people to believe in Allah Subhana Allah and His Messenger, but he's silent about how one can formally declare their belief.

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It orders the believer as I mentioned earlier, to establish the salah, but he's silent on the method of prayer. In order for the believer to pray to pay zakat, which is the obligatory charity, but is silent on what it is to be paid on and its value.

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It orders the believer to fast in Ramadan, but is silent about what breaks the fast. It orders the believer to make Hajj to the House of Allah. But it's silent about the way this is to be done. All of these and numerous such matters were explained by Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, by means of the revelation that he received about these details, which we know as the sadhana

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unless America did this to establish the position of the messenger alayhi salam as being intrinsic and essential to the deen. The Quran is the word of Allah. The Sunnah is its meaning.

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Its explanation, its demonstration, in order to enable people to follow the orders of Allah subhanaw taala. Allah Mara della promised

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to protect his word, which needless to say, includes the word, its meaning, its explanation, and its demonstration.

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Those who seek to separate the word from its meaning, demonstrate their own ignorance, or worse.

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Abu Huraira Vilano one of the personal and favorite students of Rasulullah Salah who dedicated his entire life only to learning from him. He said, the dryness of the eyes is a sign of the hardness of the heart. In another Hadith also set aside and said, Allah has made the fire of Johanna haram prohibited on two kinds of eyes, the eye that weeps for the glory and magnificence of Allah, meaning with with a desire to meet Allah and the eye that stays awake for the protection of the Muslims.

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That has asked if we fit or if our eyes we listening to poetry, watching movies and listening to dirt or not when we listen to the Glorious and Magnificent Qalam of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Yet we find nothing strange in that

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that's why I last ran to record the ignorant cattle and said that they are worse than cattle.

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So let us think about the Quran.

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The fourth question of the grave is this how do you know should I read the Quran?

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I believed in it, and I know it to be true. So do we reflect on the fact that we are listening to the actual speech of Allah subhanaw taala revealed to resources seller from the Creator Himself to the best of creation?

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Do we reflect on the fact that Allah actually said this? Do we reflect on the fact that we are listening that what we are listening to are the actual words, the exact words that were revealed to us was a seller and wish the her wish the world heard for the very first time in his beautiful voice? And he said, Do we reflect on the fact that this message contains information that is critical to our success in this world and the hereafter? Are we eager to know what the message is?

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Are we aware as we recite the

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Allah Jalla Jalla who is listening to us in real time and is mentioning our name?

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Mentioning our name mentioning us by name to those who are around his arm

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around his throat, have you overwhelmed with all and gratitude and do we fall in such the in thankfulness? And my rub is taking my name on his?

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Are we aware that what we are reciting in Salah is what Rasulullah saw Selim recited and the Sahaba who were witness to that revelation, were listening to it in the voice of the best carry that ever lived.

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Because he was the one to whom it was revealed. Are we excited? Or are we those who occurs can transform

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but the word of Allah leaves unmukt.

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If somebody curses us,

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a freak out. It has an effect on us immediately. Although the curse is a lie.

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Yet

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we that lie affects us.

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But when the truth is mentioned to us, when the glory and magnificence of Allah subhanaw taala mentioned to us it does nothing.

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What does that say about say about the state of our hearts? Do we reflect on the fact that this word is the most truthful word is the most truthful word that n can ever exist? And that it is protected in its exactness in its meaning. And in its application? By the one who spoke it?

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Do we reflect on the fact that the Quran changed the people who were despised in the world?

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And made them into role models? Who were looked up to?

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Do we reflect on the fact that this Court can transform people and change their destination?

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From the handloomed agenda?

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And then do we ask, but what is it doing for me?

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Do we reflect on the fact that Allah subhanho wa Taala has mentioned us in the Quran? And also mentioned what will happen to each of us, depending on the qualities that he mentioned? And then as is the demand of intelligence? Do we search for ourselves in the Quran?

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Do we reflect on the fact that the Quran is Shiva? A cure for illness? The most serious of which is the illness of the heart called hypocrisy in fact, is the illness of the heart called Keever. Or arrogance?

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And then, do we seek a cure for those two illnesses for me? And for Cuba? Or hypocrisy and arrogance before it is too late?

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Do we reflect on the fact that the Quran teaches us how to ask Allah subhanaw taala? And then do we ask Allah subhanaw taala in that way, as he told us to ask him and then see the result of our dua being accepted?

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Do we reflect on the fact that the Quran gives solace to the very to the bereaved, comfort to the aggrieved? Safety from danger takes away our fears and anxieties?

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And then do we seek those things from the Quran? Before we run to anyone else? Why

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do we learn to read the Quran properly, according to its rules? And do we teach? Do we teach our children ourselves? Or do we hire a poor imam for a pittance and leave it to him to teach our children while ourselves not even having the knowledge to judge if he is doing the job correctly or not?

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Do we take pride in the course of study our child

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in his worldly schools, but feel no shame but feel no shame whatsoever that our child cannot recite the Quran properly, that he cannot he or she cannot decide this old fattier property that they cannot lead to regard of Salah and will not be able to lead our own Salado janazah when we die think about this.

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Does your son know

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what to do when you die?

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Can your son give you also does you know what how to give give us

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nobody's born with this knowledge we have to learn?

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Does your son know how to do your Salah to Janaza?

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Do our children listen to us reciting Quran at home? Or is that not part of their memory?

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How many homes are there? Which are palaces outwardly, but in reality there are ruins where the walls and tapestries and chandeliers and carpets are witness to

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Hawaii and Gaza parties and dancing and music. But they yearn to hear the kalam of Allah subhanaw taala in their

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truly upheaval on the Day of Judgment, every brick in that house in that wall will complete Allah subhanaw taala about what you forced it to witness.

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How many of our homes are bereft of the sound of the kalam of Allah? I don't mean putting on some tape and letting it play. mindlessly all day. I'm talking about our voices reciting his column jelly jello.

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These are not part of the memories of our children.

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They will remember us for many reasons, some good, some bad, but never because they used to hear us reciting Quran resetting the column of Allah, in the dead of the night, when the world was asleep.

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How many of us have children who come to us and say, Mommy and Baba, please make dua for me? Because I'm in this difficulty. I know your connection with Europe. Please ask him to help me.

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How many of us then

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can lift our hands and look up at the heavens and myth confidence say Oh Allah, give me because I am asking, I am your slave. And you do not deny me Give me

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my brothers and sisters, those who don't have riches and endure hardship, have a reason for it. But what would you say about those who have riches yet yet make no use of them. And not only endure hardship, but also condemn others to endure hardship because they don't share their riches. We are in this unenviable position, we have wealth which is lying unused. A day will come when we will be questioned about his wealth, the wealth of the knowledge of the deeds, the primary source of which is the kalam of Allah subhanaw taala.

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We will be questioned because all wealth comes with responsibility.

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hours is to understand and practice and propagate the message of Islam

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propagate first and foremost by our own practical example.

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This is how Islam spread by the winning of hearts and that is how it was bred today. Let us ask what we are doing about this before we are asked what we did about it.

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Now, very important for us to understand this.

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In this on a side note or not too not too much of a side note. Let me also talk about the

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visiting graves with the belief that the occupant will intercede for us.

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A lot of our data tells us clearly what he dislikes and which if anyone does he will inherit the fire. And Allah said wait Carla, look man who

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live near here What were your eyes? Oh yeah, when are you hola to Shrek Billa in sheer colour Salma Nazim and remember when Rafa alayhi salam said to his son, when he was advising Oh my son do not join in worship with Allah. Verily joining in others in worship with Allah is a great zulum It's a great wrong it's a great operation.

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Allah subhanaw taala also said in Allah Allah young Pharaoh au Shakopee, we have a few Maradona radical ammonia.

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Well May usually be Lehi for Cardiff, Tara Eastman Azeema.

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Allah says it means wilderness app. Very ALLAH does not forgive that partners should be set up with Him in worship, but he forgives except that anything else to whom He pleases and whoever sets up partners with Allah in worship, he or she has indeed invented a tremendous sin.

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Allah said in law Allah Allah you obey you. And usually kabhi

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Allah in Allah Allah you have a few and usually a copy or you have a funeral. Madonna Valley family may or may usually be like a soccer ball. Lalalala Merida, Allah said Verily, Allah does not forgive the sin of setting up partners in worship with him, but he forgives whom He pleases. Since Other than that, and whoever sets up partners in worship

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leader Allah subhanaw taala has strayed far away. Now when we women when people talk about this,

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they mentioned some things, one of which is dimensioned. The hadith of

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we describe the Surah Surah Salam, addressing the dead bodies of the machete keen on the day of the Battle of brother and so forth. Inshallah, in the next class, we will

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talk about these in detail. I don't want to hurry. But understand one thing very clearly that asking anyone other than Allah for help

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is OpenShift. And by anyone I mean anyone who's dead who's not there, you can ask somebody who's standing in front of you to help you. But somebody who's dead asking anyone who's dead

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for help

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is open shift.

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Now, the line of this, how do I say that? What is the move and so on? It's not my opinion. I'm only stating for you. What is the position of Islam with regard to this among the houses our Java, and inshallah we'll do that in the next class, or some of the other will carry value assignment.