Tafsir al-Masad & al-Ikhlas

Mohammad Elshinawy


Channel: Mohammad Elshinawy

File Size: 51.99MB

Share Page


WARNING!!! AI generated text may display inaccurate or offensive information that doesn’t represent Muslim Central's views. Therefore, no part of this transcript may be copied or referenced or transmitted in any way whatsoever.

AI Generated Summary ©

The transcript describes various examples of people experiencing the loss of their loved ones and their wealth. They also discuss the negative impact of the Day of Judgment on personal experiences and the importance of the Prophet's words and their impact on how people deal with negative consequences. The segment also touches on the use of pronouns in Arabic language and the importance of the beast's perfection in the Bible.

AI Generated Transcript ©

00:00:33--> 00:00:33

We begin

00:00:37--> 00:00:38

here me

00:00:39--> 00:00:44

the best advice and the most beautiful phrases across the five no one is worthy

00:00:46--> 00:00:48

without any partners to

00:00:53--> 00:00:53

justify that

00:00:58--> 00:00:58

He is

00:01:02--> 00:01:05

worthy of our absolute love of absolute obedience

00:01:16--> 00:01:18

overseas worlds

00:01:19--> 00:01:23

as they're glad tidings and a former Warner before the coming of the hour.

00:01:24--> 00:01:28

And we justify the Choose the words the words of love the greater glory

00:01:32--> 00:01:32


00:01:35--> 00:01:36

matters to

00:01:37--> 00:01:47

religion for every single one who is leading a stream, and only this is a fire. To begin, I thank him for gathering us here in his house.

00:01:49--> 00:02:05

And I agree that I love mixes of those that are worthy of such a blessing, and those that are grateful for such a blessing. I think a lover reunited with you one more time. And our thank our young brother for giving me a supersize cup of water before I begin

00:02:07--> 00:02:22

for allowing me to speak about what he spoke, to speak about his words, we continue with our mouth. And we decided we're going to go from the editor of the brand to the nurse to the

00:02:24--> 00:02:25

back so that

00:02:27--> 00:02:36

we can slowly get out of the way at least for the month of Ramadan. Some of those frequently recited to us that we visited every Salah

00:02:37--> 00:02:49

because we said the transformation that comes from the Quran is when you reflect on its meanings. And you might reflect on the meanings once you know the meaning.

00:02:50--> 00:02:56

But you will never click on the meanings and we don't know what they are. You remember this? So let's continue with the addition of

00:02:58--> 00:03:02

two more solos from the lesson plan. We'll take a listen

00:03:05--> 00:03:05

to what

00:03:15--> 00:03:15

he said

00:03:26--> 00:03:30

to help Fiji be happy to

00:03:35--> 00:03:41

do parish are the Yeah Dad the two hands of Abu lahab

00:03:43--> 00:03:50

whatever. And he too is bound to perish and he too is a failure and I lost my

00:03:52--> 00:03:58

man who am I guess his wealth will not benefit him avail him in any way nor that

00:04:13--> 00:04:30

nothing of what of his wealth will avail him nor anything of what he earned sales law now. He will soon very soon enter a fire whose flames are lit on Kindle already. our beliefs.

00:04:41--> 00:04:47

One raw to America and his wife and his woman

00:04:48--> 00:04:55

have none at all how love is the one carrying the firewood or is or is the carrier over the fire loop to interpretation

00:04:56--> 00:04:57


00:04:59--> 00:04:59

is happy

00:05:00--> 00:05:06

is a row method from the palm fiber fiber, you get it from a country and you split it.

00:05:10--> 00:05:11

One at a time.

00:05:15--> 00:05:22

parish are the two hands of Abu lahab. And he to perish he to his do?

00:05:23--> 00:05:24

Who is

00:05:29--> 00:05:30

one of the companions?

00:05:34--> 00:05:36

One of the uncles of the province of Allah.

00:05:41--> 00:05:42

We're all the uncles of the province of

00:05:44--> 00:05:45


00:05:48--> 00:05:49


00:05:52--> 00:05:55

The rules were categorized before

00:06:05--> 00:06:06

Muslim or non Muslim.

00:06:08--> 00:06:09

Okay, who else

00:06:10--> 00:06:11

comes around?

00:06:22--> 00:06:23

Who else?

00:06:27--> 00:06:28

Who else?

00:06:30--> 00:06:31

That's the one I want you to say.

00:06:33--> 00:06:35

You can categorize

00:06:42--> 00:06:56

them and all of them are those that did. Or you can make it three categories. If you want to add how they dealt with him. There are those that believed in him and supported him. Okay, like,

00:06:58--> 00:07:03

right, and has an optimal quality and the greater of those two.

00:07:04--> 00:07:05

Hamza rabbits.

00:07:07--> 00:07:11

The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, say the Shahada,

00:07:12--> 00:07:19

the chief, leading martyrs in the sight of Allah are hams of

00:07:21--> 00:07:24

origin are met in the sukwon in JD,

00:07:27--> 00:07:35

a man who stands by himself in the face of a tyrant and commands him and forbids him and as a result, he is executed

00:07:38--> 00:07:39

leading martyr in his life.

00:07:41--> 00:07:49

The second category will be those that supported him in some of our on iOS 11, but did not believe in him. And that's

00:07:52--> 00:07:57

right when they came after he died upon this belief in our lives. So it says to him in Nicoletta

00:08:02--> 00:08:39

guides when he wishes, they said, How did your profit would benefit you in any way? Were you able to help your uncle level five they were mocking him. This was a man who supported you and supported us that though he was so proud to adopted himself, he said I benefited from law permitted for me to intercede for him. And so I love reduced his punishment to be the lightest punishment of the people of the hellfire. He wears holes under his feet, that shoes that causes brain to boil.

00:08:43--> 00:08:46

That's the least of the punishment of the people of the fire.

00:08:47--> 00:08:58

That's the life. The third category are those that did not believe in Him or support him. Right? They did the very opposite. They believed in him and they fought against him.

00:09:04--> 00:09:04


00:09:07--> 00:09:08

he says,

00:09:15--> 00:09:16


00:09:17--> 00:09:23

Robbie and mourn your nearest Kitty, warn your closest Klansmen. He's

00:09:25--> 00:09:25


00:09:27--> 00:09:31

to find the pieces back and forth. After you

00:09:32--> 00:09:32


00:09:33--> 00:09:55

the bridge between them. He climbed on one of those high hills next to the cabin. And he began to call out to the tribes that he were closest to him from the call of Mecca, the direct descendants of the residents of Mecca and he called them out one by one over to visit or one after another until every single one of them showed up.

00:09:56--> 00:09:59

And whoever didn't show up did not ignore him.

00:10:00--> 00:10:28

To see some of our ecosystem was from the most noble family and he had the most noble reputation and he had the most noble manners and he had the most cancer face for the love body it was a man chose for him to be like that to make it easy for the arrogant to give him to put their arrogance aside, but still, no matter what you do, so they all responded to and whomever couldn't send someone to find out the loved ones

00:10:29--> 00:10:31

and he said to them all my people

00:10:33--> 00:10:33

love us.

00:10:38--> 00:10:59

If I told you there were mountains in the valley back here that we're about to raid you were about to ambush you catch you and take you off guard attack, why insights? Would you believe me, they said they have never experienced any light from you. We've never experienced anything but truth from you. He said in that case, meaning now that you've been admitted that for in Nina

00:11:00--> 00:11:11

Bay, they they either need I am a warner for you. I am the messenger of Allah to you before the coming of a grievous punishment and intense punishment for Mama.

00:11:14--> 00:11:23

When they heard that, and he's hopeful that they'll accept his message or some of them, the very first person to speak out against him was his own uncle.

00:11:27--> 00:11:34

And some have said that he was called a Buddha Buddha means the father of the flame, they said because he was so handsome.

00:11:35--> 00:11:52

So his face almost sparkle as if there was a flame next to him, drawing the wife to his face glue, he had that kind of confliction What's the pattern love, almost any person that gives someone a name, they almost always have a share of their name.

00:11:54--> 00:12:00

That's why when you name your children, you always pick a name that has a beautiful meaning or a beautiful history.

00:12:02--> 00:12:05

A beautiful meaning like ns ns comes from an

00:12:06--> 00:12:08

amiable being, you know,

00:12:09--> 00:12:21

consoling, comforting, or a name like Omar, Omar is has a legacy, even if the meaning may not be as beautiful as it is, you understand, because almost always have a share of your name.

00:12:23--> 00:12:36

Because of the brightness of His face, when in reality, he's the father of the flame. He's the first to enter the fire and the first to be declared a resident of the fire among all of the people.

00:12:39--> 00:12:50

He's the father, he initiated it on his own uncle stood up and he said to him, and this is a point of reference to have been elected on yo and he has a jamatkhana

00:12:51--> 00:12:53

same word as the IHS budget.

00:12:55--> 00:13:06

Letter May you be Do you have dual meaning misfortune meaning lack of luck? for the rest of your day? May You not prosper? May no good news come to you today?

00:13:07--> 00:13:10

Is this why you gathered us?

00:13:12--> 00:13:36

What does he means by that? You know, like he's trying to mark his words. Yeah, like, this is pathetic. Like, are you serious? That's what he's trying to say like, this is why you brought us This is News. So the word testbed means a failure, something not worthy, something that is bound to fail. This is like what it says elsewhere. That same word, what my team do for our daily live feeds

00:13:37--> 00:13:41

and the blocks that surround strategized while

00:13:43--> 00:13:45

it was a failure, so he tells

00:13:48--> 00:13:57

me you be a failure. This this stuff, this pathetic news you bring to us so a lot Zilla Jin himself self responded unreactive his message.

00:13:59--> 00:14:03

And he revealed immediately to Betsy, that had been

00:14:04--> 00:14:11

a failure or loss doomed and destroyed are the two halves of every lab and he too will be destroyed.

00:14:18--> 00:14:21

He will enter into the fire by the way this is

00:14:23--> 00:14:24

because he

00:14:26--> 00:14:29

was of those that

00:14:32--> 00:14:38

Dinah disbeliever but only about 10 years after I'm missing seeing the 30 year

00:14:39--> 00:14:41

old I have died during the Battle of

00:14:42--> 00:14:52

the battle who was sick and he died in that sickness during the same season as the battle. So the second year and Medina third year. So they're talking about 10 1111 and a half years.

00:14:53--> 00:14:57

He dies a disbeliever How's that? refer to you? Tell me

00:15:00--> 00:15:01

Go for it.

00:15:11--> 00:15:20

He could have accepted Islam It was 11 years but unless it he wouldn't call it out in advance he called the way earlier than is that

00:15:23--> 00:15:26

he could have as he said it even if he was lying to make them look wrong

00:15:28--> 00:15:30

that is arrogant wouldn't let him do it.

00:15:32--> 00:15:42

And so it was said that he is do why the two hands apart parish to parish word two has mentioned

00:15:44--> 00:15:45

because he's saying

00:15:47--> 00:16:04

you're doing business making money. Money's in the hands. Yeah, you give, especially considering the trader right of the time that was making the Trade Center. So you give it in taken you deal with your hands. So he's telling them we're gonna we got to get back to you know, what, what's working, what's makes money.

00:16:05--> 00:16:06

He was mocking him.

00:16:09--> 00:16:12

Just like, you know, the disbelievers in Mexico also, they said, well,

00:16:18--> 00:16:26

and the disbeliever said, If only this whole ad would have been revealed upon a man from a great man from these two cities, meaning

00:16:31--> 00:16:39

let's go back in and make some money. Those two hands of yours are the sources we do. And you too, will perish.

00:16:40--> 00:16:40


00:16:41--> 00:16:47

this wealth that he's talking about that he makes with his own hands will not benefit him in the lease.

00:16:48--> 00:16:57

You will not be able to answer themselves when Marchesa nor that which he earned that he earned What does it mean when

00:16:59--> 00:17:01

I was not the money because we already spoke about the money

00:17:02--> 00:17:04

must be benefited by this.

00:17:06--> 00:17:14

Well, Nora was here and so what he earned is different than as well. So what's what you might guess and what does that mean?

00:17:16--> 00:17:16


00:17:21--> 00:17:21

could be

00:17:26--> 00:17:26

raise your voice

00:17:31--> 00:17:31


00:17:39--> 00:17:40

What is that which

00:17:42--> 00:17:46

will not benefit them Academy CF will benefit from get punished.

00:17:48--> 00:17:58

status. Right, right. Right. What else is children? Many of them the scholarship, this one he earned here is children.

00:18:19--> 00:18:20


00:18:21--> 00:18:30

is that which he earned with his own hands, and indeed your children are of the best things that you have earned.

00:18:32--> 00:18:40

Indeed, your children are of your earnings. And that's why when you die, your children's good deeds are yours.

00:18:41--> 00:18:54

And that's why when you're alive, the wealth of your children is yours Sorry guys, sorry, youngsters, the province I love it. And what I do, why men who leave

00:18:56--> 00:19:03

the child and his wealth belongs to his father in another generation to his parents, both of them

00:19:04--> 00:19:28

meaning if they ask of you your wealth, so long as that will not drive you to harm yourself or do anything how like harm your wife, yeah, your money is theirs, if they ask it of you, you have to give it because you are their earnings. So what you earn also comes back to them.

00:19:30--> 00:19:31

So based on the

00:19:33--> 00:19:34


00:19:35--> 00:19:40

of what he earned, his his children, they will have benefited

00:19:42--> 00:19:43

if they are righteous.

00:19:45--> 00:19:59

And if they're disbelievers look him up enough can help you in the hereafter. right you're not going to be able to fight off the angels or do anything for him as some of the early genius to say well the rest of these angels out of Delaware has 19 angels

00:20:00--> 00:20:07

came down saying I may have this as a part of the mighty angels. He said me and my kids said you guys sit here and I we got it.

00:20:10--> 00:20:17

And also that he earned that the brother mentioned some scholars mentioned his reputation. You can call whoever you want.

00:20:18--> 00:20:30

Right for the other room idea, let him call his his Dynegy is the people that sit with you to build that respect to the people that give you their undivided attention and be willing to give you their pledge of loyalty.

00:20:31--> 00:20:31

Whenever you

00:20:32--> 00:20:33


00:20:34--> 00:20:38

me and we're going to call the denizens the guardians of the hellfire.

00:20:40--> 00:20:42

Some other MSA

00:20:45--> 00:20:49

is a it's actually a question is the word map to be negishi?

00:20:50--> 00:20:52

And the word man Arabic,

00:20:53--> 00:20:58

mouth and on how is it going? They both mean the same thing? How has it benefited him? How have his earnings

00:21:00--> 00:21:04

and the other interpretation with negation? It has not benefited?

00:21:07--> 00:21:07


00:21:09--> 00:21:11

It needs to stay on or else we're gonna die.

00:21:13--> 00:21:18

Forgive me if my voice is loud. I'm not good at dealing with your lightning.

00:21:29--> 00:21:29


00:21:33--> 00:21:45

He's gonna answer a fire with a great flame bearing a scorching flame. The word sad Yes. And that means he's going to enter to burn.

00:21:46--> 00:21:47


00:21:50--> 00:21:50

The first

00:21:52--> 00:22:13

sale so that means he will very soon be admitted into a fire. You know in Arabic for those who study Arabic, this seed implies immediacy, as opposed to the word sell for like cellobiose that means he will answer eventually, whereas sale slash meaning immediately and for sure to feel

00:22:15--> 00:22:19

that for sure it's gonna happen and very near is it's happening.

00:22:20--> 00:22:32

But wait a minute, he died 10 years later, 11 years later? That's not very near is it? So why is it saying salsola he will very soon be admitted into the fire.

00:22:33--> 00:22:45

But he doesn't answer the fire. So he answers his grave, then there's the bottles up and then he's been dead now for 1400 years. And then he enters into the Great Fire of judgment Really?

00:22:47--> 00:22:48

very near.

00:22:52--> 00:22:53

What else?

00:22:56--> 00:22:57

Yes, you

00:23:00--> 00:23:01

must want to help.

00:23:04--> 00:23:08

Why does it say sales law immediately you'll enter to burn.

00:23:20--> 00:23:21


00:23:27--> 00:23:30

You will not have judgment to go straight in right.

00:23:32--> 00:23:33

This is

00:23:36--> 00:23:37

a piece of sample

00:23:39--> 00:23:40

his grave?

00:23:42--> 00:23:43

Right below?

00:23:47--> 00:23:47


00:23:49--> 00:23:49


00:23:52--> 00:23:56

the disbelievers as far as I believe we're not very close.

00:23:57--> 00:24:05

This is the poor and tell us all throughout that when the Day of Judgment happens, they will they will feel like

00:24:08--> 00:24:14

they were only there for half a day. Don't you feel that now that your whole life was like

00:24:15--> 00:24:19

20 or 30 or 50 years? Whoa, when did this happen?

00:24:20--> 00:24:35

Right the same way when you sleep you wake up like that was eight hours not on the clock. Likewise, when you enter your grave, you feel like your wife didn't have to spend 10s of 1000s in your brain once you wake up for the Day of Judgment be like

00:24:36--> 00:24:51

really? It's just for me already. It will feel like it was half the day the same way Your wife is telling it's been half a day. Once it's over, it feels like it never happened. It was a dream. It was an illusion. like watching him arrives and realize immediately

00:24:53--> 00:24:55

well lo Tyler

00:25:02--> 00:25:05

When Rob and his wife his wife,

00:25:06--> 00:25:07

Jamie was

00:25:08--> 00:25:11

the nobles of Croatia as well as

00:25:14--> 00:25:17

the elites of polish that tribe in Mecca.

00:25:18--> 00:25:40

She used to despise the graphics of a loved audio system and sing poetry and mockery of a film. And she would carry around her neck, a palm fiber rope to help her pylon lift, whatever would fire when she should be able to gather from the deserts.

00:25:41--> 00:25:54

So she would bring it and throw it to trample over the profits of a lower level, or to function and speak users. Okay, so she would walk around the streets, her husband would go from tent to tent,

00:25:55--> 00:26:00

in the head you season, because the problem is all sudden we do that he would go from each tenant, and he would tell them

00:26:02--> 00:26:08

to forget or people say not is worthy of worship, but Allah forget these idols, and you will be successful.

00:26:09--> 00:26:21

As soon as he says that his uncle Abu lahab would show up. And he would do character download, he would open attendance, they don't listen to him. He's crazy. And then he would leave, then the people would say, Who is this man.

00:26:25--> 00:26:31

And this man is his uncle. So they would say his uncle knows best about him and his family, and they will ignore his message.

00:26:33--> 00:26:41

So to do this, his wife would sing poetry about it. She would say Mohammed avena, what Dina Alena?

00:26:43--> 00:26:44

Like that,

00:26:46--> 00:26:49

we have rejected when de la colina,

00:26:51--> 00:26:53

and his religion we have hated.

00:27:01--> 00:27:03

And so she would say that and she would collect the fire

00:27:06--> 00:27:06


00:27:08--> 00:27:09

and his wife,

00:27:11--> 00:27:14

who is currently actively carrying firewood.

00:27:16--> 00:27:19

That was her condition. The other way, the recycling is also correct.

00:27:22--> 00:27:34

And his wife who is the carrier of firewood, meaning she does it so much, she turns it into her own full time job, that became her description, she is the carrier of fire you

00:27:37--> 00:27:40

look at how she humiliated herself, this is a no boo,

00:27:42--> 00:27:45

she would go around doing this, because of her hatred for the property.

00:27:48--> 00:27:59

Now looking at the result of us reciting these words that condemn her and her husband are an act of worship, she chose to humiliate herself. So a lot.

00:28:01--> 00:28:06

Even a Buddha, he would go around chasing people away from the profits.

00:28:08--> 00:28:15

And so Allah chased away from him, his own family at the end of his life. I told you,

00:28:17--> 00:28:24

because he could not go out of business. He fell sick when they went down to send some money on his behalf.

00:28:26--> 00:28:55

But even when he stayed, he could avoid that he became sick with a disease in his body, that everyone was afraid to come near him. And they would catch it. That the seasons because their skin to fall off until his own children stop entering the room on him. And then he died a miserable death. And then they brought long planks of wood with his sons, and they dug the grave. And from far away, they kept pushing his bed into the ditch, he fell over into the grave, and from far away, they would throw stones on top of

00:28:56--> 00:28:56


00:28:59--> 00:29:01

he chose to chase people away from

00:29:04--> 00:29:08

his own family away from him. And only Jamie and his wife,

00:29:09--> 00:29:10

herself, out of

00:29:13--> 00:29:21

poetry about that Allah who believes her and makes us recite the condemnation of her in the plot, because

00:29:23--> 00:29:43

the repayment always comes in the same nature as defeat itself and was perfect and is justice. If he ever gives you more than you deserve. You only be in mercy. But then justice will be so specific, so accurate. And it's not just not just his his wife. Look at the people who for example,

00:29:44--> 00:29:50

they chose to flip the script on humanity, right they chose to be those are married men.

00:29:51--> 00:29:59

So they don't want to repeat them. He flipped the earth with that ability. Perfect justice for Gianna Alia has a few

00:30:00--> 00:30:08

We made it stop its bottom you took the land the top and put it under the bottom of the earth it became the top he crushed him in the earth.

00:30:12--> 00:30:15

And that also applies it to this world when

00:30:17--> 00:30:41

his whole life so close to the provinces above audio system of laws, guidance dead, just like the provinces a lover, it says the exact same age at which Our Messengers have died. He's number one companion, his closest follower, his most precise imitator dies the exact same age. And

00:30:43--> 00:30:50

the repayment always comes in the same nature as the need most appropriately matching

00:30:52--> 00:30:54

check you do as you want

00:30:58--> 00:31:03

to help him and his wife who is the carrier who is carrying firewood

00:31:08--> 00:31:09

around her neck is a

00:31:11--> 00:31:13

is that rope from the palm fibers? And

00:31:14--> 00:31:15

that's the end of

00:31:17--> 00:31:19

this lesson. Let's move on

00:31:20--> 00:31:20


00:31:31--> 00:31:31


00:31:33--> 00:31:33

All right.

00:31:35--> 00:31:37

Okay, I like your way.

00:31:44--> 00:31:45

Whatever you

00:31:48--> 00:31:51

say who are he is a mom who

00:31:53--> 00:31:55

had the one and only the unique.

00:31:59--> 00:32:03

The sustainer rough translation I get to

00:32:04--> 00:32:17

sleep with my dad for a minute. Let me at it. He does not give birth whether you lead nor was he given birth to nor was he born of anybody, right? While I'm here.

00:32:23--> 00:32:30

And there is not to him any here or appear anyone no one has appeared to him. Nobody's comparable.

00:32:33--> 00:32:33


00:32:36--> 00:32:38

I'd say to them.

00:32:40--> 00:32:41

He is

00:32:42--> 00:32:45

the one and only the unique.

00:32:46--> 00:32:48

say to them why?

00:32:49--> 00:32:55

Some reports mentioned all these ID perhaps are not confirmed authentic with this no harm in mentioning

00:32:57--> 00:33:03

that they came to me and they said to him, he flat out describing exactly how your Lord is

00:33:06--> 00:33:13

described to us this evening will decide whether it is worthy of being worshipped or not. Like give us a photograph. What does it look like

00:33:14--> 00:33:16

in other narrations?

00:33:18--> 00:33:22

A clan came towards their own all this god you're telling us to worship?

00:33:24--> 00:33:29

Give us his lineage, his ancestry. Like if he comes from a noble family find the worship.

00:33:31--> 00:33:35

So Allah revealed according to those reports, at that point.

00:33:39--> 00:33:42

He is on the love. He is nothing like

00:33:43--> 00:33:47

there's no photograph for him. There is no ancestry that he's proud. So

00:33:49--> 00:34:00

there is a question here though. Why do we refer to a law school he Why do we use the pronoun he when referring to a lump?

00:34:02--> 00:34:11

I don't see that it was one of his things. And those that say that are misleading, clearly mistaken for those who have

00:34:12--> 00:34:23

never understood them, and they were the purest of hearts and strongest in language and across the board. no one understood it like this

00:34:33--> 00:34:34

Arabic grammar

00:34:37--> 00:34:44

if there is no men or masculine, automatically give it make it masculine and

00:34:46--> 00:34:47

masculine or feminine.

00:34:50--> 00:34:53

The Arabic language we see it very well

00:34:55--> 00:34:59

in the Arabic language when you refer to someone

00:35:00--> 00:35:02

Or even something

00:35:03--> 00:35:11

you refer to it in the masculine or the feminine like he or she. This is not just Arabic. Spanish has

00:35:12--> 00:35:16

that their words there now when you use a pronoun pronoun

00:35:17--> 00:35:22

you're referring to a noun a person, place thing or object or idea.

00:35:24--> 00:35:28

nouns in Arabic language our he or she is that

00:35:30--> 00:35:34

it's not about it being male or female.

00:35:36--> 00:35:37

A Perea

00:35:39--> 00:35:41

in Arabic is feminine. It's

00:35:44--> 00:35:53

a living thing to be a man or a woman. You can't get a male rotated to the female role to make more babies. This is not bad. Yeah.

00:35:54--> 00:35:59

But that's what it is the word right? That's it. It's feminine.

00:36:01--> 00:36:02

The word karma

00:36:04--> 00:36:15

is our moon is masculine, the word Sharon's son is feminine, just the way it is. We don't say the sun and the moon are our men and women. Okay, you're gonna say the champion uses

00:36:20--> 00:36:35

just linguistically here now. So it is normal to refer to to use pronouns as he or she, even if we're not talking about male or female. That's number one. Number two, this very similar and so many other I have

00:36:36--> 00:36:44

clearly states that one is neither male nor female, he is not one of the pair, there is nothing like him.

00:36:45--> 00:36:45


00:36:50--> 00:36:55

and from everything we created to fair, so you may reflect, go run back to a blog now.

00:36:57--> 00:36:57


00:36:59--> 00:37:16

And by the way, in the Arabic language, the more dominant gender in the words is the masculine justice patriarchal silence a masculine dominated language, it's the way it is. So the greater of the two pronouns is what he or she is.

00:37:17--> 00:37:31

Okay, so in the language that the Arabs understand a lot, so a Jedi refer to himself. That's why we refer to him as he is, he referred to himself as he, but also he referred to himself with the more dominant of the two pronouns.

00:37:34--> 00:37:58

say he is, by the way, I'm sorry, there's another one here. It's very related, but even more mentioned, especially in translations mongooses, always ask why doesn't love refer to itself as we in the land? Indeed, we are right the ones who did this while in lands and now we set it down? Why is he mentioned in the plural pronoun when he singular?

00:38:00--> 00:38:01

Yes, this is

00:38:03--> 00:38:03


00:38:09--> 00:38:22

it's the Royal week. But basically this this one, there's royalty or greatness, and Allah wants to establish something. They speak in a royal sense, right?

00:38:23--> 00:38:30

When the when the king of the earth says we have decree he doesn't mean he asked anybody's opinion. He just means it is we Yeah.

00:38:32--> 00:38:58

This rightfully belongs to what he speaks. And if you check these out, they're almost always referring to greetings referring to power. He uses his words he uses the term weak, it's not for plurality, it's for little Royals, understood, same exact concept that I can use Anybody else? Good. Let's continue. For the poor say He is Allah. And we mentioned the meaning of the word.

00:39:00--> 00:39:02

ahead. What does that mean?

00:39:05--> 00:39:11

You one who agrees? One, correct. One.

00:39:13--> 00:39:14

Do we have a vote?

00:39:16--> 00:39:16


00:39:19--> 00:39:22

One very good, you are correct.

00:39:25--> 00:39:27

Including that issue that somebody is

00:39:29--> 00:39:31

why is one

00:39:34--> 00:39:36

is the only one

00:39:38--> 00:39:46

the one that can be divided the one that can't be matched? Right? Because Christianity is a God is one divided into three.

00:39:52--> 00:39:52


00:39:54--> 00:39:59

I could get into a long discussion about the Trinity right now in relation to the pseudo if you don't want to do that

00:40:00--> 00:40:09

Lots of personal benefits we can take aside from the the rhetoric we use in our dialogue say he is a loved one and only the unique the absolute

00:40:10--> 00:40:10


00:40:12--> 00:40:13

of love summit.

00:40:16--> 00:40:17

Allah He is

00:40:18--> 00:40:20

the word Samad

00:40:24--> 00:40:25

has a whole

00:40:26--> 00:40:37

library of meanings attached to it. But basically, it means greatness. It means perfection in every sense of the word.

00:40:38--> 00:40:48

It means the one that is perfect, and so he's reliable, the one who's perfect and so he's knowledgeable, the one who's perfect and so he's, he's perfect in every meaning of the word.

00:40:50--> 00:40:50

And that's why

00:40:52--> 00:40:55

he said our summit is the most

00:40:57--> 00:40:57


00:41:00--> 00:41:02

he kept saying it like this.

00:41:03--> 00:41:20

He is the most knowledgeable whose knowledge is perfect. You can be the most knowledgeable but nobody's perfect. Right? No, he's the most knowledgeable and has attained perfection is knowledge. And the most three that has attained completeness, perfection is greatness, you know, a little clearer.

00:41:21--> 00:41:54

The autopsy, someone to Isla phoolan. Like I did the act of Solomon, I saw it with somebody else Meaning what? Meaning when I am deficient, and I need to be sustained. I formatted to I seek sustenance from so and so like, if I don't have a fact I go get it from so what does that mean? So I let it to I go brace myself with him. Yeah, I'm weak, and I need help. I sarmad to LA I go to him for that.

00:41:55--> 00:42:17

So when you say Allahu slummin what you're really saying is, Allah is the one that is perfect in every way. So he does not have a need for anyone or anything. Yeah. And at the same time, he is the one that everyone and everything needs.

00:42:18--> 00:42:21

So a lovely summer. He is the One

00:42:24--> 00:42:35

of love, the glorified, exalting who everyone and everything needs every moment. And he does not need anyone or anything any more

00:42:37--> 00:42:37


00:42:38--> 00:42:40

two sentences is the meaning of a song.

00:42:43--> 00:42:45

Let me repeat what

00:42:46--> 00:42:47

he does not give birth.

00:42:48--> 00:42:50

Whatever you let

00:42:51--> 00:42:52

anyone give birth to him.

00:42:58--> 00:43:09

Question if this song is sung about his entire life, and how perfect our love is, why is it mentioned that he doesn't have a child?

00:43:10--> 00:43:32

Right? nor was he born out of anybody else either. I mean, think about, you may have never thought of this before. And that's why we're studying you sought out a little deeper. If a person among the human beings a man or a woman cannot have a child does not have a child. Is that perfection? Or is that imperfection?

00:43:33--> 00:43:38

Its imperfection, normal human being to continue fully healthy, he could have children.

00:43:40--> 00:43:46

So how is it from the perfection of Allah? He mentioned and I don't get children.

00:43:49--> 00:43:52

By default, this is somebody's

00:43:54--> 00:43:55

sister go.

00:43:57--> 00:43:58

This sister record.

00:44:01--> 00:44:01


00:44:03--> 00:44:04

That's cool.

00:44:07--> 00:44:07

That sounds like

00:44:10--> 00:44:10


00:44:18--> 00:44:19

Again and again.

00:44:25--> 00:44:27

You know, you want to go ahead

00:44:29--> 00:44:49

is unique. You see if I was so a gentleman were to have a child, that child would be like him, at least partially like me. Right? It would be related to him, comparable to him a part of him

00:44:50--> 00:44:55

and then he wouldn't be uniquely, right. Also is a second answer.

00:44:57--> 00:44:59

He says and a person has

00:45:00--> 00:45:04

As a child, to make up for his imperfection,

00:45:05--> 00:45:06

right or wrong,

00:45:07--> 00:45:21

it's from the perfection of the human perfection to limit the perfection of the human being that he has a child to help him, be his crutches, provide for him carry his name and his legacy. Right?

00:45:22--> 00:45:25

keep him company, defend him.

00:45:27--> 00:45:54

We're talking about the law so that none of that applies a law so agenda is not going anywhere for someone to inherit from him. Yes, no result was so gentle, lonely to require someone to give him company, nor his allies so agenda comparable to anyone so that song would come from when he would come from Southern understand. That's what makes it perfect. When you see it, in light of the words that I had uniquely one,

00:45:56--> 00:46:05

as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the most perfect of human beings and what for me too bizarre to me, Fatima is a part of me.

00:46:06--> 00:46:18

She's an extension of me. That's what I means. It's an extension and inseparable part of me, like one of my origins. You can see me through her.

00:46:19--> 00:46:23

You affect me to her both of those meanings apply, because he says,

00:46:24--> 00:46:25


00:46:27--> 00:46:30

angered me, and my breakers me as a good ally. So

00:46:33--> 00:46:33


00:46:35--> 00:46:38

likewise, you can recognize her in

00:46:39--> 00:46:41

your eyes. She says when she was dying.

00:46:44--> 00:46:46

She said and faulting my editor

00:46:51--> 00:47:00

with her Walker basic, exactly like the pacing of the Bronx of a loved one just like me. So that's what a child is.

00:47:01--> 00:47:19

The mirror you the extension of their extension of you, none of whether it be from a law of syllogism. And that's why a lot of oranges and so and so said Allah had a child, super Hana glorify these glorified above that. And then

00:47:20--> 00:47:24

how can there be a child for him? It doesn't make sense.

00:47:25--> 00:47:33

It's the greatest insult to oma. And so this super requires to the pagans that said that the angels are doctors

00:47:34--> 00:47:36

and the Jews who said,

00:47:38--> 00:47:38


00:47:39--> 00:47:41

and the tradition that says,

00:47:44--> 00:47:47

and the Jews and the Christians who said

00:47:49--> 00:47:53

we are the children of God and his loved ones, his dearest children.

00:47:56--> 00:47:59

No, we're not consistent with his uniqueness.

00:48:02--> 00:48:04

Let me edit while I'm here.

00:48:06--> 00:48:10

And there is nothing that can be comparable to him whatsoever.

00:48:14--> 00:48:21

He is the first it has no beginning and the last day That's right. He's delivering that never dies.

00:48:23--> 00:48:25

And the watch bullet never sleeps.

00:48:27--> 00:48:29

And the feeder does that is not

00:48:30--> 00:48:43

right. Everyone else is the opposite. We were then brought to live we put to death again until we return to the second time for the year after. And we are fed and we don't feed

00:48:45--> 00:48:47

and asleep and we get drowsy.

00:48:49--> 00:48:52

The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa ascended to the importance of

00:48:53--> 00:49:02

many times throughout the date. And you count with me very good. He used to recite it in the second half of the

00:49:06--> 00:49:09

recommended prayer. He will recycle your

00:49:11--> 00:49:12

most frequent practices

00:49:20--> 00:49:23

last year after every prayer one time

00:49:24--> 00:49:28

and then before the sun are our rules and before the sunset is

00:49:29--> 00:49:35

he would recite those three soldiers three times each. Right.

00:49:36--> 00:49:37

And then

00:49:38--> 00:49:39

after he prayed

00:49:41--> 00:49:42

he stands up after

00:49:43--> 00:49:45

that and he would recite

00:49:50--> 00:49:51

and then he was really shy and

00:49:53--> 00:49:55

he will resign at times as well.

00:49:57--> 00:49:59

And then when you finally it is finished

00:50:00--> 00:50:02

He would perform rupee on himself,

00:50:06--> 00:50:12

blowing them three times and wipe them over whatever it is hence the reach of his body, as the narration mentions.

00:50:14--> 00:50:14

And it says

00:50:18--> 00:50:19

elsewhere above

00:50:24--> 00:50:29

is equivalent to one third of the one on one question.

00:50:32--> 00:50:37

Does that mean if you recite football? Three times, I know you'd ask,

00:50:40--> 00:50:46

does that mean that you have received the reward of performing? It's the same as performing

00:50:55--> 00:51:00

over and over again? By the way, what are those cancellations? What does it mean?

00:51:02--> 00:51:04

The reason why you didn't want to

00:51:05--> 00:51:09

talk about like describing a law, and that

00:51:10--> 00:51:13

describes a lot of change the law.

00:51:19--> 00:51:23

What this means is the subject of this surah

00:51:24--> 00:51:39

represents is equivalent to one third of the subjects of the Quran. He mentioned this many times, right? You remember this, we can basically be divided into three subjects. One of them is who alized like this.

00:51:41--> 00:51:46

One of them is how to deal with allies. And those are the two that can Yes.

00:51:48--> 00:51:50

Some scholars count them to be 700.

00:51:52--> 00:51:53

And then one third

00:51:56--> 00:51:58

in terms of numbers, in terms of topics,

00:52:00--> 00:52:05

is the consequences on how you will end up

00:52:07--> 00:52:18

either by using examples of previous stations or joining me, this is a damn good minute, right? How you will end up based on how you know a love and based on categories.

00:52:19--> 00:52:22

Another group of scholars said there's no one I want to get too

00:52:23--> 00:52:23


00:52:24--> 00:52:54

being equivalent to one third of the meaning Yes, you could receive the award of recycling one third of the time for recycling bla bla bla. But however, that is not equivalent to recycling the whole planet, three times the reward versus the actual action, there could be a great variance between them. And I'll give you just one example to prove that there are certain

00:52:55--> 00:52:57

acts in Islam

00:52:58--> 00:53:09

that if you perform them, they can follow you explanation is to free asleep. Okay. So Matt has mentioned that if you say,

00:53:11--> 00:53:11


00:53:18--> 00:53:31

are the effects of narration do? Do you need to shave 100 times you get the reward of free honestly, does that mean instead of the default? I could say?

00:53:34--> 00:53:41

No, no, there's a difference between the act and their award that could resemble that accurately equivalent to that that

00:53:43--> 00:53:44

there is one last

00:53:45--> 00:53:46


00:53:47--> 00:53:48

that the province will allow

00:53:52--> 00:53:54

whoever recites

00:53:55--> 00:54:04

10 times better love never beaten alone build for him a palace I mentioned in paradise.

00:54:08--> 00:54:10

And he said jasola

00:54:11--> 00:54:12


00:54:14--> 00:54:22

We're gonna do a lot of this, like, you know, like, when you go to a store, and they tell you like there's a deal limit to progresser

00:54:24--> 00:54:25

to 30s or to whatever's

00:54:28--> 00:54:34

like this is like we're gonna give a lot of this means the rewards still stand for the love of

00:54:36--> 00:54:44

Allah is purer and more willing to give and more capable of giving me that you can perform.

00:54:45--> 00:54:49

So imagine imagine if someone told you you get this nice property

00:54:51--> 00:54:53

on the street somewhere here.

00:54:54--> 00:55:00

All I want you to do is get our town center and display it in

00:55:01--> 00:55:02

One thing

00:55:03--> 00:55:05

that you know you do,

00:55:06--> 00:55:08

right? Because you can sell the house

00:55:10--> 00:55:18

for a good cause, or don't have to buy a nice house after around, you're justified suddenly in your head Do you really need to sell the house

00:55:19--> 00:55:21

alasa does not ask him.

00:55:22--> 00:55:32

He asks you to remember with your tongue and with your heart. And there is no better way to remember a lot mentioned even with his own words

00:55:34--> 00:55:52

and know that you will not come closer to alone anything that is onerous. So find time sensitive, hard to recycle mobile, I had 10 times on your way to work on your way back from work and start building your properties building your estates together us and you with our parents in the highest levels of gentlemen