Lessons from the Anbiya #30

Mirza Yawar Baig

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To learn among Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala shuffelin ba will mousseline Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi, WA he was a new seller, the Steven Catherine cathedra. From the Babu, my diva sisters we

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we have completed on the law the story of the elderly Sarah. And today inshallah we will begin the story of Solomon and Islam the son of Tao The reason these were the only two ambia

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who kings and they were among the greatest kings that the world has seen. They were the two people who ruled over the Bani Israel during the what is called as the golden period.

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That was an instrument in Iceland.

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They were among the greatest, as I mentioned, the greatest kings that the world has known. And they were British, not only because of the extent of their military power and wealth, and so on and so forth, which was also at the peak, but they were greatest because they were as simultaneously kings and prophets. Now nobody else had that kind of combination of being a temporal monarch, as well as being a

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being a newbie. Now you might say, Well, you know, what is the value of that? The value of that is that Allah Subhana Allah in the Koran, and through his ambia gave examples to be followed the mbrs are examples were followed. And Allah subhanaw taala gives examples for everybody, no matter what kind of life you have, no matter what kind of situation of your life in the stories of the MBR mussalam. There are lessons for you and me. So in the lives of these two ambia, 1000, a Sarah and Sarah Sarah. There are of course, lessons for all of us, including people like you and me who are not kings. But there are also lessons for kings. So if somebody is a head of state is somebody that

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is ruling, you know, a kingdom, then that person can look and see, how is it possible to rule a kingdom and yet be at the peak of piety at the peak of taqwa at the peak of our call, at the peak of a clock, it is actually possible to do that, no matter how unrealistic that might seem, in today's world, it is possible in our last round, Allah gave us the story of these two great monarchs and great ambia of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Of course, as I mentioned, to looking at it from another perspective, which is, from the perspective of authority with what is a king, or what is the king, or what is the head of state, it's somebody who has authority over other people. Now, you can take

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that extrapolated to saying that these stories have lessons for anyone in a state of authority, so you don't have to be a king. Or you can't say or you should not say that, Oh, well, you know, I'm not a king. So how does this story help me? Anyone who's in any position of authority has much to learn from the stories of these two

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companions. As you saw in this case of doubter a Sarah, despite the fact that Dowdell Hassan was in Ruby himself. And despite the fact that he was a king, he never let up, in his effort to please Allah subhanho wa Taala, and to do good deeds, so he was to keep a time of his. In the night, when he used to wake, he used to sleep for one third of the night, then he would wake up and he would pray, and he would pray through another one third of the night, and then he would sleep again for the last third of the night, and he would fast one day and he would not fast The next day, so he used to fast every order every alternate day. Imagine, half the year, he was fasting. Now, this is

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also formerly Salah, also was an AVI of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And BBC in both these cases, people who were completely and totally connected with a Samaritan. So if you say that, you know, anyone in a position of authority must be a person who's also connected with Allah subhanaw taala general and must maintain that connection through the through the worship of Allah subhanaw taala. Now cinemavilla salam and algorism both are also known for their justice and their and their very wise judgments that they

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that they passed. A lot of Abdullah gave both of them great Heckman, and in some cases, Alice rantala gave perhaps even more hekla even more wisdom to serve on a ceram then he gave

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To his father, doubtless unless rhondella mentioned the case, some of these cases

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now obviously does not mean that these were the only cases they would tell us giving us some indication of, of some of these cases. So for example, as Rhonda said, in sort of Columbia, but the Oda was rivanna is Jaco money Phil heresy is never shut up. He'll call me work on me him shahidi for for HANA ha Sulaiman. We're cool learn Athena Hawk mo Alma was karma. Mercado del G. burl. You serve be Hannah, what Tyra kunafa, Eileen illustrata said which means and remember the old and silly man alayhis salam, when they give judgment in the case of the field, in which the sheep of certain people had pasture at night, and we were witness to their judgment. And we made so I want to

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understand the case. And each of them being down in slavery ceram Now we give Hawkman which is the right judgment and Prophethood and knowledge wileman. And we subjected the mountains and the birds to glorify our praises, along without a syrup. And it was we who were the doers of all these things not as radical as saying that we have much to learn from this one is that Allah smart Allah bless them and guided them to that the way that these blessings were given. Obviously, for people who are watching, these look like miracles, of belonging to and things in the power of these particular individuals without any service or mantra, unless Ratan is reminding us that the sahiwal kurama, the

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sahiwal Marchesa is Allah subhanaw, taala. The kurama are the modules that we say modules, and it's related to anime a miracle. And we say kurama, when it is related to a person who's, who's not an A, B.

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But the the one who does those things. The one basically we are saying that what is a miracle, a miracle is something that device, the laws of the world. Right, something which is out of the ordinary, this would be a miracle. So if a bird flies is not a miracle, but if if a cow flies, it's a miracle. So these are the things we have to understand, which is to say that something which does not happen, in the normal course of things, is would be miraculous. But obviously, there are things that happen in the normal course of things, which also appear to be miraculous beings we look at if we look at how Alice rantala has created nature, how Allah has created different creatures in the

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world, they look miraculous, even though from the perspective of the creation, and from the perspective of that creature, it's perfectly normal for that creature, to be to live in that environment for that creature to do what the creature does, is perfectly normal. But for somebody like us, who we don't understand that whole thing, and then for us, we are for as an outsider, it seems to be completely and totally miraculous. And you can see as one learn, how does this thing happen? And how does the last martela created, and we and we look at it in wonderment and hamdulillah This is good, because it opens our eyes to the glory and majesty of Allah subhanaw

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taala.

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So here,

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Allah subhanaw taala mentioned these, the story of the elderly Salman

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pseudovirus, Allah and Allah saying that whatever seems to be miraculous to you understand and know and remember that the Dewar is Allah subhanaw taala. So the, again, our attention is being turned towards, towards the worship of Allah subhanaw taala alone. The story is that two neighbors, one has sheep and the other Had a Farm. So one night, the owner of the sheep forgot to lock his gate and he she went into the farm, and they ate up the all the all the things in the farm. In the morning, the owner of the farm is all the sheep in his farm, and he saw his farm was had been destroyed. Both the man went to the other is around for justice. Now the elderly sort of ruled that the man who owned

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the sheep should now hand over his sheep to the owner of the farm since they had destroyed his farm. Now, sooner or later, I was outside the courtroom. And when the men came out, he asked them what was the ruling? And they told him, so he took them back inside and he said to his father, he said, I have another opinion on this case, another ruling for this case. And if you permit, I will I would like to say it. So his father said Yes, go ahead. Tell what is what is your opinion? What do you think should be done? As far as Rob said, My ruling is that the owner of the sheep should hand over his flock to the farmer who can use the milk. Meanwhile, the shepherd should fix the farm of the

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farmer. And when it is meaning that he was plowed again, and he was he was, you know, or whatever, and look after it and maybe in a year or something when it gets back

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When it gets back to its original state, he should return the sheep, meaning the owner of the farm should give the sheep back to the owner of the sheep. So the point is that, you know, the sheep did something wrong once. Vamos destroyed once, why must the owner why was the shepherd have to suffer this loss on a permanent basis that he's lost his ship completely never gets him back, instead of that, so never really serves us? Well, here is a ruling where the farmer is compensated for the farm for his loss of his farm, meaning that now the value he would have walked, he would have probably sold something which he had grown. Now that thing is gone. So instead is getting the milk of the

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sheep, so he's getting some compensation for it. Plus, because the shepherd had been negligent, the shepherd now is punished, not by putting him in jail or beating him, but by saying, Okay, now you grow, go there, and you walk on this farm, and you bring this farm back to its original state, whatever time it takes, it takes, but once that is happened, now, both are even. So let the shepherd get his sheep back. So the beautiful judgment and hamdulillah this shows us the the the wisdom of survival. And of course, it showed us the fact also the downside is Rob did not resent it. After all, he was the king serovar Islam at that time was not the was not the monarch, he was only the

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prince, yet the elderly ceram did not feel threatened, he did not feel, you know that he should put them down to the very big lesson for people today in positions of authority, where

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we talk about leadership, but we never allow leadership to come up. Anytime we find any young people who are capable, and who are who look like they can become leaders, then consciously or unconsciously, I am saying unconscious, don't you politely? Well, I think it's always conscious. consciously, we cut them down, we ensure that the that they are, their confidence is destroyed, or we are we oppress them in such a way that they run away. And now who is the who's the loser, collectively, we are all losers, because we do not allow leadership to develop in our in places where we have authority by we I mean, the Muslims, this is a very typical Muslim thing. And I have

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seen this happening across the world, organized in organization after organization. And of course, in countries where we do not allow leadership to develop even though we like to be failed, we pay lip service, when we are great at talking about these things. We should have leadership, blah, blah, blah, but we never allow that leadership to have a bill understand. If you want leadership, then you have to give freedom to people to

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to they have to descend, to descend to disagree with you to give a different opinion. Within courts, it may look like for example, take this case,

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here is our restaurant, he's the king. He's the by the by, by definition, being the king and being the Nabi of the tribe because otherwise I was obviously not an attorney at that time.

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So he is the most knowledgeable he is, you know, the holiest he is the most powerful. He's the greatest judge. Now here is the young guy, even though he's his son, still, he is this young person who is within courts challenging him, and he has given a judgment. Now I can just go to his judgment go away. Right? Don't don't come back after Who are you? But here's a very syrup says no, no, it is I want a better judgment, which is, which is more fair or fair on both of them. Now, cinema doesn't Islam does not get threatened by this, he does not get angry, he does not testify. So, you know, why do we interfere? What's your problem? No, he had not not only does he allow him to give this

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gentleman he also then praises him and he accepts his judgment. And then he says that okay, this judgment is the one which will prevail over his own judgment that this shows you how broad minded and how truly supportive of leadership doubtfully salon must have been.

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So it's a very, very important judgment. Of course, it also shows us that judgment in the court is not merely about knowing the law, it's about also applying the law. It's about understanding the law and applying it in the best possible way. That is the reason why knowledge is different from wisdom, unless rantala gave knowledge and wisdom to both of them. But in this case, whenever la Salaam was able to extract a better judgments from the knowledge, because those it was fair to both of them, now 1000, a Salah Moses teacher, and

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but he still accepted the judgment of his student and his son that he shows his own wisdom. And his broadmindedness says and I live in Toronto was famous as a wise judge and alumna Katara. Delano appointed him as a judge because of this, right? So this is a

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Issue although he was much younger, but the

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villain appointed him as a judge and say Denali was a judge all through seven, Amara Duran, who's clever as well as in the field of my fund or Delano. This is another story of two women who claimed the same child. And the story goes that these two women, they,

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you know, they were traveling somewhere, both of them had their, they had to influence. Each of them had an infant, one of those infants got carried away by by a wolf or something, and only one was left and this woman was bereaved. She was beside herself with grief. And then she suddenly she grabbed hold of this other woman's in front, and she said that this is my chat. And so the other ones, she knew it was her child, but this one was it, she grabbed it. And she said, This is my and there was a car, there was a conflict, there was an altercation. So they both went to the court. And there's nobody was there when the when you heard the whole case

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sumana Nissan,

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they, again, went to 1000s. And 1000s, then gave the child to the woman who was holding the side who she was slightly older, also, the other girls, he said, No, this is your chance. Now, Winslow Arizona heard this case, he brought them back inside? And he said, No, there's no

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rule on this case. And he said, Get me a sword. And he said, chop this child into to give half to each of them. So both of them will have a child, or half, half a child. Now the moment that judgment was given the real mother, she said, No, no, please don't kill the child, you better take the lead the own kill the child because as a mother, she couldn't bear the thought of her child being killed. So she said no take. And that's where it's dilemma is that I became clear to everybody that this was the actual mother. And so so Mrs. Allah gave the child to the lady who was the actually the mother of the chance, these are famous judgments of the elderly, Salomon sylvari. Sarah, and

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we ask, you know, a lot of data to help us to understand as I told you, you and I may not be judges, and we do not need to be judges. We understand from this story, many things. One is the importance of wisdom. The other one is the importance of justice, we understand the importance of of nurturing leadership, we also understand the other side, which is there silibinin salaam to the initial initiative to do these things. Right. Nobody was asking him to give judgments. He could have just simply kept silent. Well, you know, here the here are these people, they go to the court, the judges pass judgment. So that's it, but he did not do that he was interested enough, right? He will have to

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say that Okay, here is a judgment. The judgment is not wrong. It's not a it's not something which is for me just defaulted. But I think I have a better solution to that here is one solution, but I got a better solution to that. And so let me put forward my solution without being intimidated without worrying about you know, will it be accepted or not accept as my reference thrown out, but I will say what I need to say because there is a value in taking initiative. Now I'll also add that I get mentioned

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this issue of knowledge that was given to the restaurant service Sara Coronavirus, it

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was waka Latina de una voz Rivera illman wakad Al Hamdulillah Hilary for Dora Allah cathedra many body men a body heal many bodies as well Mr. Hua Oda wirkkala Johan nasro Lim Nam antico t co Tina min Cooley Shea in in has the whole football movie in our last run teller said that cinema Islam and other Islam Allah sir, indeed, we give knowledge to the old and Sulaiman and they both said, All praise and thanks be to Allah subhanho wa Taala, who has preferred us above many of his believing slaves. And so the man Allah is inherited the knowledge of the oath. And he said, Oh, people are mankind, we have been taught the language of birds and on us have been bestowed all things. This

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very leaf is an evident Grace of Allah from Allah subhanaw taala.

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Now think about this, that

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both of them, they had the maximum knowledge of the time, right there was nobody who had more knowledge. In any case, this would apply to every Nabhi of the of whichever time that the NaVi would be the most knowledgeable because he's getting where he from Allah subhanaw taala. So therefore, he would be the most knowledgeable, knowledgeable, but in this particular case, we know

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About shrimali salon without the reseller that they had the maximum knowledge for the time yet they thank Allah subhanaw taala for this, now this is a very important thing to remember. because really we live in a world where we do not thank Allah subhanaw taala and freaking generally those who thank Allah Alhamdulillah Allah party, but usual thing is that people say oh, you know what I have I worked for it. I worked so hard and this and that. And I'm so smart Graham's point is, no matter how smart you are, no matter how much you how much you work, without the grace of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Without Allah subhanaw taala granting you that knowledge, you would not have had it, nobody

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would have added you could not have had it, nobody else could have added. What Allah gives us is the blessing of Allah. And it is the job of the Muslim. It is the hallmark of the one who understands that he thanks Allah subhanaw taala for it and when he does that, Allah subhanaw taala increases him in that Allah tala mentioned ln shocker to Allah xidan Nakula in copper tominaga

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it was that

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the one who thanks me, I will increase him in that blessing. And the one who's ungrateful, let him be aware that my punishment is severe, even they are the mercy of Allah smart Allah, Allah did not say I will punish him. Allah said let him be aware that the punishment is there. And whether Allah punishes or not is, of course a punishment Allah, but Allah is warning the president saying, don't take things for granted. Don't do bad, don't act like nothing will happen. If Allah wishes luck and punish you and you will not be able to bear that punishment. So don't be don't fall into that kind of

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false you know, false sense of being. Now the Rama have said it came in Okay, well,

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he said a bird has two wings. One is sugar one is sour, a very beautiful, saying from Nakajima giraffe to lolly, he said a bird has two wings, sugar and Savanna. By bird he means the human being. And this is the state of perfection of the person that a person does showcase themselves. And this is also

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confirmed by the traditional setup, where he said the meaning of witches, he said How marvelous is the state of the moment of the believer, that if there is if he has a problem, if he's in pain, if he is, suffers a calamity, if some problem happens to him, then he has suffer, he is patient he is he behaves with dignity. And if the opposite if he if Allah gives him some bounty, if he is happy, if things are going well for him than he has, he makes sugar he tanks a lot of Hamilton. So he when he makes summer, Allah rewards him and when he does sugar Allah reward you. So in both cases, whether he is in difficulty or whether he has ease in both cases, because of the way he deals with

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that because of the way he acts in that situation, unless monetary rewards him so if he's in difficulty is to get the reward. If he has ease and and and he has plenty, he still gets a reward. So this is the beauty of the attitude of the moment and Muslim malice Ratana makers among these are very much accurate.

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My brother sisters serveis lamb

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made his da and he said car a bit fiddly, were heavily more local lion buggy. The I had him embody in a gondola, ha. He said, Oh my Rob,

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forgive me and bestow on me a kingdom such as shall not belong to anyone after me. Verily You are the best store and Allah subhanaw taala accepted is that now even though Rasulullah Salim Allah had given him powers beyond anybody else, including beyond rivarly syrup. eroticism deliberately. There are a couple of others where he mentioned this and he deliberately did not use

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those powers because he said I don't want my brother's dilemma to feel that is though is not acceptable. I'll accept it is. So I don't want him to I don't want to do something and show that people might say well, you know, slavery was not accepted. This is the

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the Helmand the dignity of Rasul Allah is Allah Salah. Now think about this, that obviously is Reverend Islam did not ask for a kingdom for worldly gain, because I'll be as a Malay Muslim only work for the sake of D. So his da was for his miracle, which in his time would have been temporal would have been power over elements, which no other King can have. So you know, give kings will have,

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they have powerful armies and so on and so forth. But the last matter I gave him control over multiple dimensions, for example, as whether I gave him control over the gin and gin including chatti

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We're in the controls reviser he could, he could imprison them, he could, you know, shackle them and change. Now, if you ordered them do something they would do, those he gives last month and I gave him also the power over birds. And he could understand the speech of birds, so also the elderly, Sarah, and many other things. And you also understood the speech of insects, because we have the strains also the number we have the story of the and and what the ant spoke, and how 70 ceram understood what the, and said, so all kinds of the power. So obviously, some army, if you can imagine, would have been an army that, you know, the world had never seen before and has never seen

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since, which is the army that consisted of human soldiers, gin soldiers, of birds of animals, of all kinds of things, you know, lions and tigers and elephants, all were a part of the army of Solomon and his Salah. Now, given that despite that, there is no account of server and salami invading kingdoms and conquering kingdoms and laying waste and you know, plundering and any of that, right? So this also shows us that just having the power is one thing and misusing the power is something else. For example, if you take the story of Zuko, right? In the Quran, in Surah, Al Kahf, again, you see a similarity in that, which is that he was a king, which Allah subhanaw taala had given him a

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lot of power. But he never misuse that power. He used that power to help people, those people who were being troubled by by others, and module number nine, built a wall for them and so on. Allah gave him this path, including, for example, the power of languages. Because Allah said in the Quran that those people spoke a language that nobody understood, but Luca Nan spoke to them. And he understood the language because they explained to the they explained the situation to him.

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While they were being troubled by yada modules, and then Luca nine had a conversation with them. They offered him He said, I don't need anything from you, Allah has given me enough. And he also told them how to build his wall and he had helped them to build the wall, to keep the edges and modules away from them. So Allah gives to who he wants. We ask Allah vantara to help us in ways that we cannot, we cannot imagine and understand. So Allah subhanaw taala mentioned about the the power that he gave to Sai Salaam. Allah said we're for Saqqara, Allah who re ha, da Ji, raha haizhu. Assad, Bashar Dena coolibah, none of us

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are Kareena mokara Nina philospher had una far farmer noon. Oh, I'm sick, be ready, ASAP. We're in Ohio, Indiana dasilva. We're hosting

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last round that I said. And so we subjected to him the wind. And it blew gently to his order, wherever He willed and saw the chatting from the gym, including every and also the shatin from the gym, including every kind of builder and diver and also others bound in fetters. So these are the gym. Some of them are good ones out there are bad ones. And as far as I'm good, imprison them, he could shackle them in fetters. And there were others who used to work for him so the divers would dive in, you know into the ocean and get

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pearls and so on the brother would be mining and getting diamonds and gold and, and whatnot, all kinds of things. And then saying to therefore a lot rather than to set to realize that I'm saying have a lot of revenue, this is our gift, suspend you or withhold, no account will be asked now imagine and this is the this is the greatest of the gift, which is that not only does the light give it but Allah said do what you want with it. And I will not I will not hold you to account I will not ask you for an account. Imagine this may ask Allah subhanaw taala to give us a risk on Harada and diva from himself and not hold as a gift from himself to us. And we ask Allah Allah give us without

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reserved and do not take this up. I make this for you. May Allah subhanaw taala give you high risk and as a gift from him without your machaca without your effort without your hard work without you getting tired in that And may Allah rather give you give this to you without reserve without account and May Allah not take account from you for this either. Ensure that you spend it only and only for good and only and only in the path of Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah Jalla Jalla Lu

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Salas rantala said, this is our gift, so spend it or don't spend it or keep it. Do what you want with it.

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No account will be asked and verily he enjoyed a near access to us and a good final return to jedna Allah subhanaw taala mentioned. Imagine this is the Bashara that are given to the BRM Salam Allah said he will be inshallah in Jannah and he had the look with his rub, Allah said he enjoyed and near access to us us very close to Allah, Allah Subhana Allah. So Allah subjected to him the wind, Allah subjected to him, Jin's Allah subjected to him, give him the language gave him the understanding of the languages of animals and birds and insects.

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And of course, the languages of genes and so on and so forth as vana Raji mentioned, what kind of what kind of a powerful person sort of our Islam would have been, and thanks to these gifts of illness 110 and then on those right there, I said, we're worried that Sulaiman Buddha Buddha, kala Johann Nasser Lim never won a contest County, but in Cooley Shay in in de la who will fabul movie and cinema Elisa Lam, inherited the knowledge of the elderly salah and he said, Oh, mankind, we have been taught the language of birds, and ominous have been bestowed all things. This verily is a grace from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Summa Islam is constantly we are getting these messages. And from the

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Koran we are understood we understand this, when we read the Quran of how the unbillable salam considered and thought about what they got, which is that the gift is Allah gave them they are they are saying that these are gifts from Allah subhanaw taala they don't take it onto themselves. They don't say oh, this is you know, my greatness and mine is gone this room hamdulillah This is the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala This is what Allah has given me. And all they do is that they, they praise Allah subhanaw taala and they

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tank Allah subhanaw taala for these gifts.

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I think one of the biggest lessons that we can learn from the story of stories alive and of course also from the stories of the other Amelia mussalam is the lesson of being grateful to Allah subhanaw taala for all that He gives us, all of us everything we have is only and only thanks to the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala jello, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to keep us in this state and not to

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and not to take that blessing away from us now

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that went through my slab said you know all things it was similar what is what is all things now all things is whatever it means as what would you want a lot of marriage Allah knows what it means. But it's it shows that this is the the you know the way of Allah subhanaw taala that when he gave them me give them about that today we cannot even think of then I was rather I said well it's really Marie ha boo boo ha Shara Shara. Well as Allah Allahu ala locater. wamena Ginnie Mae Yama lubaina he is be my main home and I'm Marina luzia COVID b sorry, Yama, Luna who Maya omy Maha Reba guatamala sila or Jeevan, Kuru Java be a COO, coo

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coo Cora vokalia luminae badea Shaco and to Suramar Elisa Lam, we subjected the wind in its its morning stride from sunrise till noon was a month journey. And it's afternoon stride from the midday from midday to the decline of the sun, which is sunset, it was a man's journey, that is in one day, he could travel the equivalent of two months of journey

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of surface transport, and we cause the found from molten brass to flow for him. And there were genes that worked in front of him by the leave of his rub by the by the order of his rub. And whosoever have them turned aside from our command, which will cause him to taste of the of the taste of the trauma of the blazing fire and they work for him whatever he desired. This whatever he desired, making high rooms palaces, images, basins, large reservoirs, and cooking cauldrons fixed in their places. Work you all family of doubt with tanks

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Hong Kong era Malou Allah de una Shakira and but few of my slaves are grateful and this refers to the rest of the rest of people. Ali Lam work Ali mini body a shocker that few people are,

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are grateful We ask Allah to make us among those who are grateful. So, service Allah was given and of course, this is not an exhaustive list, but we know from this, he was given control of the wind, he was given candy was given a fountain of molten brass, he gave him Allah gave him control over genes and chattin and some of those jeans used to some are more of these to work for him as builders. And as diverse. Allah gave him the language to help them he enabled him to understand the language of birds and the language of insects. So ants Malala what other languages that he understood of animals of no other things.

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these are these are boundaries Salah was given the again knowledge of the language of birds, he was given, you know, iron was made soft, in his hand, so used to make chainmail armor, and he would sell that that was his,

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his means of livelihood. So unless rattle is showing here, that the beauty of

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you know

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the beauty of

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of his of obedience to Him gelato, which is the which is again hinged. The final part of this is talking about sugar. So the act of sugar and Allah said a Alamo Emmylou, unless an act which not only you say the word Emmylou, Aqua sugar. Now note that to act with sugar means to be obedient to Allah subhanaw taala there is no there is no sugar of Allah. If one is disobedient to Allah subhanaw taala it's very, very important for us to

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be thankful to Allah subhanaw taala for everything, and to act with sugar. And that's what lies during the people. He's saying without a salami sing to

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survive. Era Malou Allah Tao, the sugar,

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act with sugar or children of our family of doubt. Now, and that means the issue of being

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being focused on the obedience of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Now, there is a story also of as I mentioned, to the issue of

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Rasulullah Serrano, having been given some similar powers and of course, much more, the story of of shaitaan who tried to distract or pseudo Salah mini salah and nevertheless imprisoned him and then he released him because he didn't want to detract from the uniqueness of the kingdom of silvani syrup. This also shows us the

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the Helmand the magnanimity of Roswell. Nice, awesome. Now semasa rebuilt and extended Alma she's a lochsa jacoba sallam, he was the one who built the original Alma Shiva roxa and

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salovaara salaam.

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You know, he

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gave him he he extended that resource or as Adam said that after extending our matches Alexa in the building, so Emma Lisa asked Alice Rihanna for three things, and Allah granted him to and we hope you will give him the third. The first one is a judgment that is the same as the judgment of Allah meaning that he gave he may die and said Allah, when I'm giving judgment, let me give a judgement which pleases you so the same judgment, whatever pleases you, let my judgment be such that it pleases you. So suddenly judgment, as the judgment of Allah means that judgment which pleases Allah Subhana, Allah, Allah subhanaw taala give him that. And second thing is he made this one, he said,

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Give me a kingdom that nobody has ever had, and nobody will ever have after me, and unless rattler gave it to him. And the third thing he said is that if a man leaves for our machines, Alexa with no other intention, other than to pray there, then make him free from all sin. When he has prayed there, as is free the deep free from sin, the day he was born, and Masuda syrup said that we hope that our most valid data will grant this door of server is also and that is the root of the ruling about Salah in magic, the lochsa are to record there frees you from all sin, as if you had been born on that particular day. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to give us this

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Salah in Alamosa roxa and the Baraka of that Salah. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to free Allah says Allah Azza We ask Allah subhanaw taala to give our muscle relaxer into the hands of the Muslims and may Allah be pleased with those who look after the budget. You ask Allah to protect the budget. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to protect the Muslims We ask Allah subhanaw taala to save us from ourselves and save us from all those who may not have good intentions about us and Islam. masala Allah Allah Allah will carry Hualalai he was savage may be

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made 100 Larrabee alameen wa salam alikoum rahmatullah wa barakato