Reminders King Or Khalifa

Mirza Yawar Baig


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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala ala Mia even more silly while he was having a debate about a lot of our data said in Ninja Elune field or the halifa

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in sort of the Bukhara Allah tala described the creation of Adam alayhis salam, and what he said to the Ummah, like he said in the dialogue below the Hadith that I have decided to send on the earth, the haleiwa

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What is this?

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It's very important to understand this, because this is the, this lack of understanding is the source of a lot of our problems.

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There is a difference between a halifa and Malik.

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halifa is a wise judgment, his advice, right?

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And the Malik is the king

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about the word malloc. Let's not use the word malloc. Only for himself.

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He said the Allahu molekule Huck, La Isla illawarra bhullar shall carry

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on the last day,

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that Glorified be he who is the real King, and Malika luck

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Illa Illa, who there is no one worthy of worship except Him, who are a Buddha shall carry. And he is the rub of the actual curry of the ash.

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Our haleiwa, on the other hand, refers to a wise judgment or viceroy.

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There are three Cardinal differences between a king and a viceroy, or a governor or whatever word you want to call it. The three Cardinal differences it's very important for us to remember these differences, and to always

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question ourselves and question our actions and question our decisions based on these differences.

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The first difference between the king

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and the governor is that the king is the law maker. The king is the law given

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the governor is the implementer of the law. He is the enforcer of the law. He is not the law maker.

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The King decides what is the law, what is

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the governor implements what is the law? What is the governor does not decide what is

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the first difference between the king and the visor in between the Mulligan the holly why is that the king, this is the lawmaker. The governor or the vice chairman is the implementer of the law.

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The second big difference between the king and the governor is that the king is not accountable to anybody.

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Nobody can question the king, the king makes the law but the king is himself above the law. You cannot apply the law that the king made on the king himself.

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The condition of kingship is that the king is above the law. You cannot take the king to God

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because the king is above the court.

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The court is subservient to the king. But in the case of the haleiwa.

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The haleiwa implements the law, and is subject to the same law halifa can be taken to court

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because the halifa is not above the law. The halifa is within the law. And the haleiwa is accountable. The king is not accountable, nobody can question the game. Why did you do this?

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But the halifa is accountable. By the he is accountable to the king, the king can question

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this was my law. Why did you not implement it? Why did you change the king garage? This question.

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But nobody can ask the question why did you change the law to the king relish

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the will of the king is the law, the wish of the king is the law.

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But the wish of the Hollywood is not the law.

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The Hollywood job is to implement the law which was sent or made by the king to wage a different third big difference is the definition of the word good.

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According to the king, the definition of the word good is whatever I like.

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It is the it is the majesty of kingship, what is good according to the king, whatever I like.

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But what is good according to the Khalifa, whatever the king likes,

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not whatever I like whatever the king likes. The believer does not have a will of his own.

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The definition of the word good value wise whatever the king likes, not whatever I like. But for the king. The definition is whatever I like three Cardinal differences. Number one, the king is a lawmaker and is above the law. The halifa is the law implementer and is accountable to the law.

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second difference the king is not questionable or accountable to anybody.

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is not questionable by anybody. The Hollywood is accountable to the queen to the king, and he is questionable by the king. And third one, the definition of the word good. For the king good is anything he likes. But for the Khalifa, good is anything the king likes, not anything he likes. Now I, I want to remind myself when you let us apply these definitions on our own conduct, on our own attitudes, on our own behavior, on our own beliefs about ourselves, in this life, do we live like kings? Or do we live life?

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What do we do and there is a form of the king which comes before us. And there is also our desire and May Allah forgive us our desires generally are against the account of the king. So when are the kings welcome is there and our desire is there? Which do we give precedence to?

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The definition of the word good?

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Do is a good is whatever Allah likes, or do is a good is whatever I like, even if whatever I like is against what Allah likes.

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Which one do we do?

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Well, the question of accountability to Allah is we, we say this by our tongues, and May Allah forgive us for that, that we are accountable to Allah. But do we live our lives as if

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every action every speech? Do we think that I'm going to say something? And this is what allows you to question me about now? Should I say it? Or should I not say, by accident? I'm about to do something? And I know I say that I'm questionable balance router? Is my action going to stand up to that scrutiny? Or that question in balance? Or do we do this?

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That is the that is the whole that's the whole issue. As far as the law making is concerned, yes, we know these are the outcome of the Sharia. But when it comes to our own personal desire, do we apply the Sharia? Or do we apply our design? Which one?

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I want to remind myself when you are brothers, that a day will come when the time for talking will be over? And then the time will be only to stand? And then you answer all the questions. There's no speech on our own, we only answer questions, let us prepare for that day. Because of that day, there will be no one whatsoever to help us. Make this absolutely clear in your mind whatsoever. Nobody on the face of the planet or on the face of anything can help us on the day when we stand before the king.

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And when he questions. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to save us from ourselves. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to save us from our own levels. And we ask Allah rather to save us from the evil of our own actions. Because nothing happens to us, other than what we create for ourselves. And we ask allies rather than a zero sum evil of that, and to be pleased with us, and to be to decree that when we die, we die in a state of obedience to Him. And that can only happen if we live in a state of obedience to Him was a lalala really good evali was I was right