Reflect on the Qur’an #15

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa salam O Allah insha Allah VA will mousseline Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam this evening because here

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are brothers sisters in terms of reflecting on the Koran we have been talking about the importance of gratitude of sugar of Allah subhanho wa Taala, talking about the seeing and recognizing the signs also handle data, where he described his glory and majesty and where he reminded us about his near matter about his blessings. so that we may be grateful. And I mentioned you the number

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until they're all the ads, which reflect and where Allah subhanaw taala mentioned, the things the items, the Namath the blessings that he has bestowed upon us, and for which we need to be grateful to him. geladeira

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there are many other is of course in the Quran, in Surah, Harada and various other places many other places to mark and so on. where Allah subhanaw taala reminded us about his famous but my question to myself when he was why do we need a reminder when we look in the mirror every day? Why do we need a reminder when we look in the mirror every day? Why do we need a reminder when we walk without pain we eat without worrying about digestion? We sleep without trouble and we wake up feeling fresh and energetic? Why do we read a reminder when we can admire a sunrise or a sunset or glowing floors and sunbird

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and be

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aware of what Allah has given us? In terms of our eyesight? Have you ever seen a sunbird or a hummingbird flitting from flower to flower, sipping nectar? What do we say when we see that? We say Subhana Allah, All Glory be to Allah subhanaw taala Why do we made a reminder when we look at all those who are not as blessed as we have been at least materially? Why do we need a reminder when we stand in Salah in the Presence of Allah subhanaw taala himself? Why do we need to remind except because we don't reflect. So let us reflect and make a list of all that we have to thank Allah subhanho wa Taala for Robbie like Al hamdu cama Jamberry, generally was eager was he missile tonic,

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Allah all praise and thanks be to you.

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equal to the glory and magnificence of your countenance and equal to the glory and magnificence of your kingdom.

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The best thing about thankfulness is that it enhances appreciation of what we have. And that is a secret of happiness to appreciate what we have not hanker for what we don't have. When you appreciate what you have, and you think about it, you reflect on it, you are thankful for thankful for it. It enhances the enjoyment of that. It's not just a matter of, you know, men is better Allah says and enhance. It's not a matter of more in terms of numbers. It's, it's, it's a question of how you because you are aware of it, or how it, you enjoy it even more, when the same thing, but you enjoy it even more. So let us make a list before we sleep today of all the Namath and all the

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blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala that Allah has bestowed upon us, don't miss out anything. Don't miss out anything. For example, don't miss out the fact that your beautiful glossy flowing hair is dead tissue. And if it wasn't, you would need to go under anesthesia for every haircut. Just think about that. Right? Allah has given us a lot of data told us to cover it for the ladies told us to cover it except in the presence of our microbes.

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And we have some of us have problem with that. May Allah protect us from

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destroying ourselves really, when Allah has told us to do something for our own benefit, and we don't do it. Who are we actually harming me so definitely not having a loss of habitat. So let us think about that. If that was not dead tissue if these nails were not dead tissue, every time you needed to clip them to clip your nails every time we needed a haircut,

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you would have to go under general anesthesia because you know it would be like cutting your flesh.

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So let us thank Allah subhanaw taala for all that he gave us without asking and all that he gave us though, we asked for it. And even more let us thank Allah subhanaw taala for all that he did not give us even when we asked

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Because he knew that not something, that it was something that would not benefit us. I am old enough to remember some of my drawers, which today, I think a lot of handle data that he did not grant me. Truly Allah knows and we don't know. And that's why I lost. I mentioned this in so many words, unless it was on talking

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to him Bush, a

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lovely animal one to lotto. Allah said which means, it is possible that there is something which you will, in which you dislike in which there is benefit for you. And it is possible that it is something you like, in which there is harm for you, and Allah knows and you do not know. And therefore, when Allah subhanaw taala chooses something for it, it is the sign of wisdom, it is a sign of good sense to understand who is making this choice for us. It is somebody who created us it is somebody who loves us, it is somebody who wants the best for us. And it is somebody who knows the reality, the harm or the benefit of whatever he chose for us and he knows best because he knows us

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best. There is nobody who knows us more or better than Allah Subhana Allah Himself. And Allah is the one who chose whatever he chose for us, whether it is our spouses, whether it's our children, whether it is the job we do, whether it is the situations we are in, all of these are chosen by us are handled. I agree some of these things, we may be suffering under them. So therefore we feel that oh my god, this is a bad choice. I shouldn't have I should not have had it. And that is because we seem to set up we seem to set a marker for ourselves to say that only everything enjoyable is good. Only thing, only everything which I enjoy is good. And if some if there is something that I do not

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enjoy the necessarily that thing is bad. But this is wrong. This is wrong, even in our normal moral context, right? Think about this. Muhammad Ali, the the boxer Hunter, like, he used to say that if somebody tells me that he enjoys working out in the gym, that I will tell you that he's lying. He said nobody enjoys working out in the gym, he's talking about serious working hard, you're not talking about going to the gym as a part of our social, social life. He says if somebody tells me that he enjoys going to the gym or enjoys walking out to the gym, he says he said I will tell you is a lie. Because nobody enjoys working out of the gym. He says you enjoy you do work out in the gym.

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Because otherwise in the rain, tomorrow you will fail. Right? So you do that because, you know exercise is good for you. And that's why even if you don't enjoy, you do it, you know, that's dieting, not just you know, to lose weight, I'm saying good healthy food.

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We know that it is good for us. But you know, this is the creation of Allah subhanaw taala.

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unless something is deep fried, unless something is absolutely loaded with sugar, and so on. We don't seem to enjoy it. But we know that we know that these things are harmful. Imagine, imagine things like Coca Cola and Pepsi and so on this area to drinks with the secret formula is quite apart from the fact that for a Muslim, to eat or drink something that he does not know, as if there's a secret formula automatically, it means that there is something in it, which you don't know, I'm not saying that necessarily it is maybe it's not maybe they put something I mean, who knows. But the point is that you don't know that. And therefore for a Muslim, to eat or drink something that he or

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she does not know itself is against Islam. Because we are supposed to know we are supposed to know what we are putting into our mouths. Because we are we are permitted to eat something we are permitted not to eat something we and we are prohibited from it is eating other things. And if I'm just eating, you know, eating because I have a mouth I'm eating because I because there is something there, then obviously the chances that I might end up eating something which is haram are very much higher. And that's why a lot of individuals are observed that the boundaries of Allah subhanaw taala are his

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are the boundaries of the kings that everything has a boundary and the end what Allah has made Haram is the boundary of Allah subhanaw taala. So and a lot of us don't go near it. Law Takara Buddha, he said do not go near those boundaries. He didn't say he in some other places. He said do not cross them but they do not go near is an even more of a privation because Allah is saying don't even don't even worry about crossing nada don't even go near that boundary.

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Because this bad film, don't go there. Let me give a beautiful example. He said it's like a shepherd grazing sheep very close to the boundary of the king because then he's taking a risk, because it is entirely possible that some sheep will stay across will stray across the boundary. And then the shepherd is in trouble. I mean, obviously the king is not going to you know give a ticket to the sheep. So he says the shepherd the shepherd will be in trouble. So best thing is, do not graze your sheep close to the barn.

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You're the king. What is a grazing sheep? Is our is our desire is our work. So even in this life, we know that there are things that we need to do especially things which are long term things which we do in order for to get long term benefits. Why do we Why do we do that at all? Because those long term benefits are worth it? How long does it take you to earn a PhD? Right? It takes you years and years. Now, how long does it take if you want to become a physician, especially in this country, how many years of studies that led to become a doctor. I mean, the point is, if somebody who's studying medicine, and going through that grind, it is short them, there are people who are so dedicated to

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their professional to the thing that they like doing. But I'm saying that even those people, if you ask him, you really enjoy this grind and having to write those exams and whatnot. Right? They're doing it because they know that they see the benefit of that. So that is the reason why I learned that I said that it is that it is possible, that you dislike something what there is benefit in it for you. And it's possible that you enjoy something but it is harmful for you Are there any number of those examples, I don't have to, I don't want to waste your time listing them, but any number of examples of things we do, which are actually harmful, but momentarily, at the time of doing those

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things, they are enjoyable, we love doing that.

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So, even in this life, good sense dictates

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that we look at the result of something that we look at the longer term

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benefit or harm from whatever action we are we are undertaking and then we do only those things, which results in which result in long term benefit. And we do not do anything which results in long term harm. So even more so as far as

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Allah subhanho data is concerned as far as that

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is concerned. Right? So we need to be very clear

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about that. And that's why I said many times we asked we make dollars, but Allah subhanaw taala in his great wisdom, he does not give it to us. And we and literally as I told you in my life, I have seen this several times. If I reflect on the doors that I made that today, I'm sorry, I said Allah, and Allah did not give me what I was asking him for. Allah grant it also mentioned his quality of robot, when he met when he referred to himself as Rabbul aalameen. Now this is the quality of Allah subhana wa Taala where do you take something incomplete, stage by stage to a state of completion, Allah does that with everything in his creation, whether or not they worship Him. And that is the

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reason it is necessary for everyone who benefits from Allah subhanaw taala to acknowledge it, and to worship Him alone and not join partners with him.

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worshiping others, other than Allah, or joining partners with him geladeira when his worship or asking for help from others, other than Allah is a sign of the most despicable in gratitude for how can you take something from someone and then thank someone else who had nothing to do with what you received.

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Right? So this is very important for us to think about and reflect on what is this big thing about sharing I mean, Islam as we know is, this is the worst sin that you can commit is to join partners with Allah subhanho wa Taala. shirk is the worst in a lot of our data said he can forgive and he will forgive all sins exception. Meaning of course, that if you are if you make Dawa and it's the far

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then Allah will forgive everything including check, but then if you don't do that, it will die on ship.

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Right and then that shake is that now what happens?

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Are there are Muslims who are who are engaged in ship, there are Muslims who are engaged and there are Muslims who are who are engaged in in you know, doing things which have, not only do they have no basis in the religion, but these things are completely logical and senseless. And these things are more to ship. For example, in in some somebody asked me this is what he said is this Durga this

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mausoleum in which they have put doorway ticketing and you know you can get that in, in Home Depot, here in America Doris. So you see they've taken a doorway they put a doorway and they have written on the side jannetty that was inside the doorway of john. So if you go to this mausoleum, then they tell you Okay, you pass through the door. And if you pass through this role then you are in that you are in paradise you are agenda and when you go when you die, Allah will give you

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like, I think about design.

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This is a

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combination, a,

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literally a diabolical combination between ignorance, and those who exploit that ignorance, a combination between scoundrels and those who exploit that ignorance. Who tells you to be so anyone who tells you to be such a fool, that you believe this nonsense that somebody tells you just walk through the door and you will be general law whatever the general belong to that person does not belong to those people in that place who are telling you to that and then of course you pay for it made up that's how those those mothers live.

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We are seriously I mean, they have some have some some shame some sense.

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Maybe when you die, you will you will understand that that you're walking through that door with that belief for sure.

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Don't worry about that guy. That guy is telling you to do that which is even worse.

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But he will face a lot on his own and he will face a lot

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of other sisters really seriously ask you ask yourself this question a lot that I mentioned his two qualities of mercy or handle him and one of them is his personal labor. Which like Allah subhanaw taala cannot use for anyone other than him. It is very important therefore for actually it's good for all the names of Allah Muhammad especially for the personal Names of Allah subhanaw taala, which is Allah and ramen ramen. So therefore, perhaps always use Abdur Rahman and Abdullah Abdullah use when nobody calls himself Allah butter hammer we use we use our high we call somebody

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or one and then we you know we call them by that name that is this amounts to shirk we are supposed to lay down so please make sure that if somebody is by Beautiful Names and lots of had their legs the names of Donna man and and Allah and Abdullah best so by all means re name your children that but use the whole name don't just call him I'ma call him all up Dora and Khalid Abdullah

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ramen is the is on the same waza is on the same meter as at Shan which is extremely thirsty or very angry or Joanne which is very hungry and indicates a state of peak of that quality. In this case it is mercy so our man is the one who is at the peak of mercy there is no one more merciful than Allah. He is the Most Merciful of those who are merciful Allah.

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He is the Most Merciful.

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Of those who are merciful.

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he the problem with peaks of anything, pigs of any state is that

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after the pig there is a decline, the state of pig does not last forever. That's why I lost our hammer. Rahimi is the Most Merciful of those who are merciful.

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Now the state of the pig doesn't last forever. And so I lost that I used another of his glorious attributes and qualities, which is our heap, which is on the same wasn't the same meter as Jimmy Rahim is on the same meter as Jamil which is beautiful or Kareem which is noble, and indicates the state which is intrinsic to somebody and as and last as long as that person lives. In the case of Allah subhanho wa Taala it is forever because that is forever. So someone noble doesn't suddenly wake up one morning and become vegan or

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someone who is beautiful does not suddenly wake up one morning and turn ugly. So last ran out in the case of Allah, Allah and Neale Rahim, the Rahim after alarma indicates that his mercy as our hand is at the peak, and after that Allah said our him, which indicates that this mercy this big, there is no decline, in the case of a loss rather, the peak of a loss but as mercy continues forever, never faltering, never failing, never running out and never receding. And therefore this is the one

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who we will stand before on the day of judgment and we ask Allah to cover us with His mercy in both worlds,

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a brother and sisters

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let us reflect on the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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That all that is essential in life, Allah, Allah gave us without charge. Give it to us free. Right? Take for example air. What do we pay for it? What were water except where we polluted water so much that now we have to

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Pay to purified, so also be there. But what Allah gave us, your air, your water, and he was how much as long as much as you want as much as you need to be, how much water as long as much as you need for us. So free and without any boundaries. What about instincts, to have good instincts to have intelligence and most importantly, guidance.

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gave us the Quran free.

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Allah give it free.

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It is free for anyone who is interested in listening to it, and understanding it and living by it.

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But please understand that it was not free for those who received it first. Russell's

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himself paid a personal price for the revelation. There are innumerable our hobbies which describe the enormous train that he underwent. When Allah subhanaw taala revealed his column to him. On one occasion, he was lying with his head in the lap of one of his companions, Abdullah bin muscle probably, he knows that his head was on the thigh of the Lenovo so when he received why his companions have he said that the weight on my leg increased to such an extent that I thought my leg would break.

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Right? That's the that's the blessed head of traditional Salah

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on his lap with how we swallow every time I feel envious about this, have I read some detail which makes me feel even more envious? Allah Subhana della? grande does the company have this habit of selling and the company of sources from himself? What wonderful people and how Allah subhanho wa Taala

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rewarded them and bless them. Not just with the company on with the seller, but with his love. Nobody loved the Sahaba more than the Navy. And he said, I mean, nobody loved the source of Salah more than Saba loved. And this was a mutual

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relationship, which was so amazingly beautiful. So here are the sources and I'm lying with his head, his blessed head on the thigh of Abdullah muscle I think it was and when he started receiving weight, and the history says that he began his hair became so heavy I thought it's like a rock on my on my thigh and I don't mind I will break right.

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On another occasion he is alive. He was riding on his gavel, when why he came, and the camel who was forced to its knees and knelt down and sat down because she could not bear the load. Imagine this is a camel, they're known for the kind of loads that they can carry, but the carry the water the weight of the word of Allah is such that even that cow gotten buried in your setup completely.

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When we saw some research received, revealed I asked about the innocence of Ayesha Siddiqa. delana in Georgia note, she narrates the it was a very cold night was very cold evening. But as soon as the sun had moisture dripping for from his forehead, to such an extent that it appeared as if he had had a bath.

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So it wasn't his sweat.

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sweater so Sela had high perfume in it. It was not like our sweat. And but he this perspiration on his forehead, she said that he was receiving way. And this perspiration was such that it looked as if he had heard about

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the Sabbath or paid a personal price, in money in danger in lives and loss of property to receive and live by the Quran. They paid the price for us today, so that we can live by this column of Allah subhanho wa Taala free from fear free of cost. But do we do we do that to bother we take the time and trouble to learn the color mahalos valuable data, we take the time and trouble to reflect on the column of Allah subhanaw taala we take the time in trouble to live our lives according to the Colombo fellows writer, especially when we know that this is the best way to live. Because there's no way superior than the way that I'm not.

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And if you live that way, and we go into anything else, by definition that is going to be inferior to what our auras. So I would do that right to where we are Maggie was really ask ourselves, what is the excuse? Why do we not want to live by the column hollows rather, we have something better.

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That's why I say reflect on the horror. Do you have something better if you do not have something better and we consider ourselves to be intelligent and so on. Then why do we choose something which is inferior, instead of something which is superior? When we have that thing which is superior it was given to us we have it free of course. It is available to us.

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Yet we don't want to use it.

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Finally, the introduction sets the expectations. The introduction sets the tone for the meeting. If somebody introduces himself as a physician, I will not tell him what my car and if somebody introduced himself to me as a lawyer, I will not tell him what my headache unless

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it had two legs and a name. So what is the implication of the way Allah subhanaw taala introduced himself, what is the implication when he said, Even he called himself R Rahman Rahim, Allah Abdullah has attributes and qualities, out of which he mentioned 99 to assume he mentioned 99 of his attributes and qualities in terms of a salon. And that's how we know that he is not limited to these his qualities and glorious attributes are boundless, and numberless are numerous. Among the attributes he mentioned to us, are His attributes of power and majesty and glory and magnificence. gela was abroad, or Kabbalah Raisa, but out of all of those, he chose to introduce himself with

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attributes of infinite mercy and compassion. Or ohana. Rahim asked, Why, ask why.

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For a person who has the man in the akhira, and who has read the Quran, and know something about the trials and difficulties of the Day of Judgment for someone who's conscious of his or her own weaknesses, their sin, the disobedience of Allah, what do you think would have happened to them? If he or she were to read the introduction of Allah subhanaw taala as the Avenger I will mundaka him and Al Jabbar alcohol, Allah Aziz.

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What do you think? And then he reads Maliki ami d r Rahmani Raheem molecule Medina through that if he if he or she reads, algebra one Haha, molecule with the element of a mallozzi is molecule with it Allah is all of these things. But Allah subhanaw taala chose to introduce himself to us, especially in the context of the Day of Judgment, by His mercy and His compassion. He the person who read that, if it was not these attributes, and if it was the attributes of Allah subhanaw taala.

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He would have been overpowered with terror, thinking of what would probably happen to him or her when they would have to stand before Allah subhanho wa Taala on that day, about which there is no doubt, but almost rather the infinite mercy and compassion, in his infinite grace and forgiveness, said the expectations and tone for that meeting and introduce hims introduced himself as are

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the laws rather is in effect saying to us, yes, there is a day of judgment, yes, you will die and you will be resurrected. And yes, you will be brought before Allah subhana wa pulito fakuma call Mattila de Buccola becomes Madonna.

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This will happen mulago mode is set a value, he will extract your source, and he will bring you before Allah Subhana alterra. But my slaves who believe in me, my slaves who worship me, my slaves who are the images of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and who follow his way, do not fear because the one that you are going to stand before is our man right? There is nobody who is more merciful than our life.

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Right now.

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He is the Most Merciful of those who have mercy

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to reassure his slaves, that his mercy is what they can look forward to Allah. Allah said, he introduced himself by

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asking my brother and sisters, if Allah that I had not chosen to do that, and instead if he had induced himself in some other way, Who among us would have been able to make him change that introduction? asked, should we not First of all, thank Allah subhanaw taala, for introducing himself in this way, even before we read anything further.

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This is the meaning of responding and reacting to the forum. When you when you read something, you don't just read it and then move on to something else. you respond to that. Here is Allah saying al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen. Who is he?

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Why is that important? Maliki on Monday, because on that day, I want to stand before us. What must we do?

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He was tanglers were times that hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. He has a really really crummy Romania. He will you will call you. We thank you for introducing yourself in this particular way. Because it comforts us It gives us a wound in our hearts. It gives us our understanding of who we are and that we are willing to start before you

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hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah

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I read the sisters,

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Allah saying, effectively it was all my slaves, you will come before me on the day on that day of judgment. But remember that you come before the one whose Mercy is greater than is worth. You come before the one who's Mercy is what will set the expectation for the day and the tone of that meeting inshallah, ask us,

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for his mercy for us all, and for his forgiveness for all our sins of commission or omission and loss rather in some other places. Oh, Cora.

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Said katawa Rob buku. Allah enough See here,

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your Rob Rob buku?

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Me? No, he said,

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Your Rob has written for himself.

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Right? He's written for himself. So therefore we rely on this and we ask Allah subhanaw taala for this and we invoke him by his beautiful names and attributes, and the

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promar perspective, the most beautiful of them, which is our father, right? Then Allah smart that I mentioned, the fact that he is the owner, he is the king, Malik and Malik. This is the two ways in which the two different ways of recitation of Quran

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the mighty here with did is resided as variously as Maliki or within and Maliki. And they would mean the same thing. Malik means King and Malik is the owner. So the king is always the owner. So therefore, let's see.

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Malik Kuma de

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Abdullah sisters, that day will come and we will see it, I can say that with more certainty than I can say that tomorrow will come and I will see it. Quite literally, there is no doubt in this, then when I say it is not only me, it's for you as well. You cannot say that tomorrow will come and I will be there to witness it. Tomorrow may come, but what is the guarantee that I will know that there is no guarantee, because there is one tomorrow which will come

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which will not have mean

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I would have died the previous day, same thing applies to you. So we cannot say about tomorrow that this day will come and I will be there. But we can say that about the day of judgment or the day of judgment will come and I will be there, no doubt what is whatsoever. And as I keep saying all the time reality is that which exists, independent of your belief.

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Reality is that which exists, whether you believe it or not.

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So whatever real is real, it won't go away or disappear. Because you and I

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are not among these videos. But if somebody does believes it, it does not go

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free we are living in is COVID times and there are many people who believe that COVID is a figment of the imagination that it really does not exist. There are people who believe that wearing masks is useless. There is no need to do that. There are people who believe that vaccinations are useless, that we don't need to vaccinate to vaccinate. There are people who believe that

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that sanitization is unnecessary, and then maintaining distance from each other is unnecessary. So there are people who are, you know, even in the mosques and synagogues and churches, that are people who are praying, standing shoulder to shoulder there are people who are not taking any precautions, and there are people who are dying, and the literally millions of people who have died. And if you think that that is a figment of the imagination, then what are you going to say about the dead bodies using those are just like that people are pretending to be dead are great actors who are just lying there pretending to be dead.

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Really, actually, seriously, we need to question our sanity. But the point I'm making here is that all of that belief, there are people who believe that beating pots and pans will drive away korona they believe that standing with the lamps, everyone whether standing with holding a candle will drive away COVID and Corona. There are people who believe that drinking cow's urine will will cure Corona I mean, the point is, reality is reality. You can believe whatever you like, right you can believe anything you want, doesn't matter. The what is real, will be real, what is real is going to be there. That is the reason why it is so important. To understand reality to be clear in your mind

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what really is the situation because only the person who understands the reality can be prepared for it.

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The effect of the reality will come on anyone, whether you are prepared or not prepared, whether you believe it don't believe it, it makes no difference. When the time comes, it will come. And this refers to the Day of Judgment. This refers to the time of our death which is the power to solve

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For the small Day of Judgment for each individual is when he or she meets molecule mouth. The clamato Cobra the big day of judgment is when we are called before Allah.

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But this was a captain this will happen this will happen without any doubt because this was promised by Allah subhanho wa Taala

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there is no promise which is truer than the promise of Allah subhanaw taala and that is the promise of Allah Allah, Allah says valley girl yo Moloch that is the day of truth that day will come that day will happen

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and it is a mercy of Allah for the believers.

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Rahim Maliki

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He is the one who am I like to know who they are in the eye, but that is understood that that he is the

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Malik he is the owner he is the Malik He is the king of the Day of Judgment, my brothers sisters, so, what must we do to prepare for that day, when we are certain both that it will come it will be established and then we will be a part of it. We will be witnesses to it and we will be affected by it every single person

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if you are if you are born, there is only one thing which is absolutely certain and that is that you will die We are aided and if you die, then there is only one thing which is very certain which is that you will resurrect on the desert.

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These are two things which are absolutely incontrovertible. There's no doubt about this whatsoever that every living thing will die and will be resurrected on the Day of Judgment coolness in

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kulu Manali whatever exists today will be destroyed.

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unless rather than his infinite mercy, gave it in our hands to write our own future for that day.

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I think about this Allah did not give it into our hands to write our future for this life and shoulders away. And if you follow that way, inshallah this will be good. But I can't sit and write there that I will have so much of wealth and I will have so much of health I will have so much of power and authority No.

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But about the Day of Judgment.

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Allah Subhana Allah gave us into our control gave us the power to write whatever destiny that we want for ourselves.

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We can write as much grief and pain or as much happiness or comfort as we wish.

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Nor no limit to that.

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Whatever you like, both good and bad. So what must we do therefore, if you want to ensure that we escaped the horrors of that day and that we are granted the safety and comfort of the shade of Allah subhanho wa Taala darsh of his throat on the day when there will be no shade except

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Allah told us what the day will be like. When he said we live in a shed on the radio. He says zillertal are those

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who are herati are the worst color or color in Sonoma. You Yama is in the head this will

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be hon go holla Yama is in your store on Nasser stadthalle euro armello for my family Miss Carla rotten higher al Oh my My name is Allah insha Allah. I will just read the meaning of this. Of course we know the surah Salah, and then we'll talk about this in more detail in the next class. So Allah said when the earth is shaken with its final earthquake, and this earthquake will be so massive and so enormous, that it will dislocate mountains. And when the earth throws out its burdens.

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People will go out of the hole of the of the of the of their graves and mankind will say what is the matter with this earth? Why is it we realized that day, it will declare its information about all that happen on it good and evil, the earth will speak because your RAM has given it the the the ability to call your I was inspired.

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That day, mankind will proceed as scattered groups that they may be shown their deeds. So whoever does good, equal to the weight of an atom shall see it and whoever does he will equal to the weight of an atom

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We also see it, ask Allah Subhana data to help us to do good and to save us from evil. Because whatever we do, whether it is good or evil, we will see it. We don't want to see something which is

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harmful for us. When we imagine the regrets imagine the that's why the people who deny there was a lightning rod or we wish Oh vote was a we wish that we were dust that we were soil we were the earth we were sand. We were dirt that we never existed contadora

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as well as raw intelligence to enable us to live our lives which will be a means of higher and benefit for us. When we meet him.

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On the desert, or Salalah Hana we will carry while he was made with me mean I said mid to low who what