Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir al-Baqarah #08 – Story of Bani Israel #3

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The importance of patient and faith in Islam is emphasized in avoiding the negative consequences of fasting and taking medication. The importance of belief in the Prophet serving the spiritual journey and the spiritual journey for the spiritual journey is also discussed. The speakers emphasize the need for patience and faith in Islam, particularly in the context of personal and spiritual experiences. The use of words and language in the context of Islam is also discussed, along with the history of the use of "has" and "has" in different context. The potential for language to be used for negative communication and negative language use is also discussed.
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split up on the left on either side to just really honestly

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class and my

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father was

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in the public

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happy I was talking to somebody what a city

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definitely gives me a bubble probably like there's a lot maybe and I suppose the best things about property that sold out when you send them is normal family registered companions and all those that follow the regulator's to the dividends with me glory be to you or law knowledge how are we accept that which we have taught us and indeed, you are the ongoing The allies are their brothers and sisters As Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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We continue with the Tafseer of the verses of Surah Nahata.

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And we are still in the story of Mandisa Eve where I was part of the Allah is speaking to Benny Saudi.

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And we got to the following verse rather than our let me show this.

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One stereo will be a solid he was

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hard she or he lengthy, they often know.

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To be human and

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nice already, there's nothing here let he allow me to either equal more than me felt to

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So Allah subhanaw taala says

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in the first verse of the set, he says was studied or was somebody will say, Salah,

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very important verse. And I think a lot of people when they think about this verse, They don't realize that it is part of the section where Allah subhanaw taala is speaking to very iSavi. And that is something that requires some thought and deliberation, because they immediately apply it to themselves. And we will see how true that is. We're starting with a solid Iwasawa does this mean and seek assistance or help?

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Through soccer, patience, and Salah prayer.

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Subhan, Allah, this verse is enough just to have a full talk

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about what someone is talking about salah and then the connection between them and its manifestations and it's crucial importance in the life of a Muslim. But first of all, look at it as part of what Allah subhanaw taala is telling when he saw the Okay. And this is definitely the case, Allah is speaking to them. It's still a part of what he's saying to them. So after he told them, he commanded them, He prohibited them from some things. He focused on issues of Eman and Athena. Now he says to them, we're starting the salary was solid.

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He told them before that also people saw that well that was one cow mercury.

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And what's the you know, the Saudi masala seems as if it is connected. And indeed, it may be Allah Allah the diversity in between is an introductory verse, meaning that the the verses are connected to our people. So our that was a cow a cow Mercury was studying who was somebody was set up in Libya. But there is a person between providing a hold on there's a hypocrisy we need to deal with first, a taboo that's been built. But then so let's move on to that lunar kitab.

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Immediately after a theme of Salah, so first, do it yourselves.

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First, preach to yourselves, practice yourselves what you are teaching others, what stallion suddenly was set up.

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If we look at it in the context of what is being said to the Jews, it means seek help and assistance from Allah in fulfilling His covenant

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in fulfilling

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The Covenant you gave to him through Salman was salah. Indeed, fulfilling the commandments of Allah avoiding these prohibitions and fulfilling His covenant overall requires patience.

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And it requires a connection with Allah subhanaw taala this is the sort of step removed as somebody was

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seek help and assistance through these two things.

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A solid brothers and sisters are most important concept,

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a solid in this area,

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some of the facility of the tablet a decent a solid here is fasting.

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Very interesting, that fasting is connected to summarize

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the importance of patience for someone who is fasting, patients to perform that need patience, in

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avoiding the daily pleasures that keep us from fasting on these were fasting is not an obligation

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requires patience and strength

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and diligence. Discipline

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was stable was solid it was solid.

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In fact, the multiple mobile is called shall solve

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the month of 70 of patience of fasting. We're staring on a Sunday masala southern was fasting. Yes indeed. Seek help them assistance through these two amazing acts of worship, pillars of worship, fasting and prayer.

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A solid

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the prophets of Allah Allah tells us incredible Hadith. He says to us in part of the Hadith, he says that whoever seeks chastity, Allah subhanaw taala will help him to be chaste. And whoever seeks self sufficiency.

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Allah subhanaw taala regretting that and whoever strives to be patient of Las Panatela will grant them patience. And then he said

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that no one has been given a bounty that is greater and more expensive than a summer.

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Look at this

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testimony from the Prophets arsenal, about the importance of solid of patience, may Allah always give us patients

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because it's so important for a world that is full of difficulties and tribulations and tests. Only Allah subhanaw taala knows about all the Allah knows what you are going through

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which others may not.

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And one of the reasons is because the Muslim tries to keep these things between him and Allah subhanho wa Taala as we'll see,

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I'll talk a little bit Allah, as the professor with heavy heart in our panel, Allah mentioned already

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said a sovereign sovereign,

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sovereign is two types.

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So he said one of them is patience in the face of tribulations and difficulties and this is good

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Subhan Allah, Allah has said

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that he said a type of patience which is even better, and that is patience

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in avoiding what Allah subhanaw taala prohibited

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you know, lawmakers have rules and

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this is what patience is about.

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So it

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also says that patience is about accepting what Allah subhanaw taala has decreed for him. Right rather what that is

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and being patient with it, seeking the reward of Allah subhanaw taala.

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seeking Allah's reward, and he says you may find the person

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almost in despair

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because of the difficulties that they face, but they are keeping themselves patient, and you do not see from that anything except patience. You see, Muslim will try to conceal those things. And though they may be at the edge of despair because of the difficulties they're facing,

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they will try to be patient and only show others that they are patient.

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And of course,

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patients here should also be a patients of the heart, Western never actually gets to disappear, because they put their reliance and trust in Allah subhanaw taala no matter what it is, of course, we do not ask Allah subhanaw taala for difficulty.

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We ask a lot of subjects for ease. You ask Allah for patients, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to grant us that which is best for us, you know very well. People are different. Some people are best and most obedient to Allah subhanaw taala

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in terms of ease,

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in times when everything is okay.

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Some people are the opposite. That is the time of day our furthest from Allah azza wa jal that there are many reasons for that.

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And you find that when we come to Allah when Allah

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makes it hard for them, then they come back to Allah subhanaw taala. And in that sense, when you look at the overall equation, then you see Subhan Allah, the wisdom of Allah azza wa jal, what good is it before God grants the ease and prosperity throughout their lives? And they spend all their lives away from a lot Siljan.

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In most situations, out of His mercy, He will try such a person and that will bring them closer to Allah subhanaw taala.

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is one of the Prophet SAW said, I see that patience is so good. Why is it one of the best things anyone can have? And the most expensive, because my brothers and sisters, it makes your life easy.

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Because no matter how difficult life is, if you have patience, then you will praise the last part of Thailand. That's the famous authentic hadith of the prophet of Silla, amazing Hadith, a unique characteristic that is only for believers. And he says, the movement Quilombola

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he said, Amazings Fair of the believer, oh, what his affairs are good.

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If he is in prosperity, you will find a lot that is good for him.

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If he is experiencing adversity, he will be patient and it will be good for him. And Allah azza wa jal will raise his status. In this way.

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The whole life of a believer is good.

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But with patients,

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a scenario is suddenly must.

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Of course.

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Sometimes a person doesn't have any choice.

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Sometimes a person has no choice but to be patient because no matter what you do, this is it. This is your luck. This is what Allah has decreed. So just accept it. Accept it, be patient. And again, it's easier said than done. We're lucky and different people have different tribulations we're alive and maybe Subhanallah you are patient with your tribulations. But if Allah were to test you, with that, which is what someone else is tested, you would not be able to be patient. And therefore do not ask for anyone else's empty lap. What Allah has decreed for you is written with your name in your register. Allahu Allah can

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very difficult but one of the best deeds were starting on the salary was

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a Sarah

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doesn't need any introduction. Everyone knows the importance of the Salah. The most important and most frequently done Muslim obligation, a Salah are all of the pillars of Islam. A salah is the most frequently performed.

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This is what

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characterizes a Muslim. This is what defines the Muslim prayer. And the first thing that we will be

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asked about the judgment

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in facts of how Allah

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the Prophet SAW Selim celebratory I had

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the pleasure of my art has been made in Santa Salah is something so beloved to him by the surface.

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And thus we understand what he tells me then of the additional behind the net,

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give us comfort will be lived through it quickly. He wants the prayer to happen quickly.

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Is that how we all

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do we say?

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We say that a minha villa. Of course, no Muslim says this.

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No Muslim says this, but maybe they say additional meaning. Do it quickly so it can be done. It's not what the prophets of celibacy, say.

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We find comfort and solace.

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When we stand before our Lord, when we worship Him, we remember him, we thank him when we seek his assistance or ask them to help us when we get that short reprieve.

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That scenario, brothers and sisters is like a short transition to another era

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of selling their brothers and sisters the other day, don't worry, I promise you by Allah, your problems will be waiting for you once you're done. Just forget them for five minutes, five to 10 minutes, okay? And then do stuff. And your problems will be right there waiting for you. Don't worry, they're not going anywhere. Okay, so leave during the saga.

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They'll be there for you, if you are that insistent on thinking about them.

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Otherwise, if you'd love of course, you'd love that they disappear. At least leave them during the summer.

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What happened and what I'm going to do and what he said and what she said and what

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he if it just five to 10 minutes. So that was staring somebody was the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was low,

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to seek that assistance and in some of the most difficult times

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during the battles, the better than

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the Prophet handcycle Silla would spend a long time at night praying to Allah subhanaw taala praying to Allah beseeching him to grant victory to the Ummah, Allah, Allah Akbar,

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and maybe a record and some of us are hotter, it'd be like a messenger of Allah.

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Are we not going to be victorious Allah will grant you and he's asking the Lord beseech you that he's the Messenger of Allah, and inside was who somebody was salah, he's the first to perform this.

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At to eat it.

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Even harder for the Allah Allah was

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when he was traveling,

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news of the death of his brother came.

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So, he said

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that he went over to the site, and he prayed to us

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with humility to Allah azza wa jal

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then, he said that the set up and he recited that I was studying who was somebody who was set up

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we recited this idea because he was implementing what it said was style the slavery was solid.

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This is how they used to put the Quran into practice immediately.

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They will put the command into practice in this way Furthermore, we know the prophets are set up set a summer I think the sun's metal hula patients is when brothers and sisters

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on that first

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strike or shock

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later on, yes, everyone will be patient later on. But when it first happens when you first get that shock,

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a lot of work

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trying to get yourself used to

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saying the wrong thing first.

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When how often the man had the maternal uncle a fantasy dramatic when the spear

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went through his body, the first thing he said some time ago.

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So throughout the semester,

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what did he say? Ouch.

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He has, say a cuss word in Arabic, he said foods to

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you know that means it means I have one

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by the Lord of the color.

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As soon as the spear tells through his body, he says I want

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these are these are not fairy tales, brothers and sisters, these are not things we imagined. This happened in real life

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that's how they were.

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Some of the sudden suddenly Gouda

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first happens

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and this is what they're going to mess up the law did was study you know, with somebody was these two things, a sub something that you practice something within you in your heart,

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a stroke that you find in your heart to face the difficulties you are facing,

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to obey Allah subhanaw taala to avoid these prohibitions, and then you seek Allah's help through your connection to him through the summer was stabbing. Somebody was what in her career in her law career,

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show me that it is Kabira it is what can we are here meaning it is heavy, it's heavy and difficult.

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In that other tertiary notice Subhan Allah that he used this type of terminology.

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It is can be rough it is difficult.

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The only ones it's not difficult for our Akasha Allah because of those

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but here in Russia is a general term.

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Not necessarily the for short for sunnah. Yes, there is a specific for short for Salah, as in, but we don't really know how to solve it in question.

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But now we have a general who should a general humanity to Allah and fear of Allah and submission to Allah.

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Those are the ones who will not find someone difficult.

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They will find some comforting in

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the corner for being as we know, they find someone difficult.

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It's heavy, they only go to pray, lazy, that they do not approach or come to prayer except while they are in a state of laziness. Right.

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That's because of their new hack. But a harsher the one who knows a lot and fears him. No,

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they will find that it is easy. It is not difficult to are in the home that kind of you are in that other Crusher

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and here in

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LA, this clearly is a reference to sada

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and this is why the man or family

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refutes the saying because some may have said that here in the hammock Amira refers to believing in Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam which the Jews could not do and found that heavy and difficult.

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Right? Because of their obstinacy, because of their

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racist outlook, because they were saying that the profit has to be from them. So never covered in refutes this says no. This is a clear reference to a solid starting on a solid or solid, what in the header can be about it, meaning it's a reference to a follow up. And he mentions an important rule that I felt is important to mention here.

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It said layer two is Jorge Raja is in Turku, Allah Hill Elma fool middle killer

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bow but it led the learner to ALEC or Nicola in Malta the lead the lead the lead attorney meaning

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it is not permissible

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to neglect

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that have seen there is quite clear from what is being said, quite conspicuous and understandable to a more esoteric meaning

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is not as apparent

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without some kind of clear evidence that that is what is meant

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is the rule clear.

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So, if the iron is mentioning something and there is a fairly apparent and clear

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and correct meaning of the idea

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then we cannot just neglect that and say no it means something else more esoteric less conspicuous not as apparent, okay and requires more deduction

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and there is no evidence you it may be the case it may be the case, but there has to be evidence for it.

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There has to be evidence for it, okay. So, here he is, say, in this case, we cannot say what in the Halacha below refers to believing in Mohammed Salah Salem, which Allah azza wa jal was reprimanded the Jews, for this is a reference to the Southern,

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Southern masala we're in the herd that can be in either fashion. So those who have this general humility and submission to Allah subhanaw taala for them. So now it will be conference. So Allah will be easy. And indeed Subhan Allah brothers and sisters,

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we are so blessed that we pray our five daily prayers.

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And maybe some of us are praying all of them in the masjid or some of them in the masjid in Japan. This is a huge blessing. This is very difficult for others.

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Maybe even for some of you who only recently started to pray, and maybe did not pray when they were young. It was difficult, it required effort. This is a blessing of Allah azza wa jal was studying the salary was

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Subhan Allah, him

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or hemraj Allah when He is praising soccer,

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and he's talking about how important somebody is. He says Allah Azza wa Qian has coupled it with the pillars of Islam

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and the central themes of email

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so you'll find summer coupled with all of these different things in the Quran. Here we find these couple of with a sunnah was the Haiku the somebody was salah. Right?

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Allah subhanaw taala coupled it with your theme. When he said number Sadhguru will tell

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you the moon

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Allah subhanaw taala coupled a southern with taqwa in who may

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well your spirit,

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taqwa and some of you always find Subhan Allah somewhere coupled with all of these things, summer and sugar

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in the Philadelphia area in the Coulee sub Berlin Shaku the one who has patients and facts or lots of panel with

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patients comes Subhanallah with all of these and of course, Allah azza wa jal says in the other islands, well in the same way

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you handle them and establish who the somebody was. So we see it here. We see it there as well.

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When it comes to fashion,

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and rugby, who are these fashions?

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Who are these people?

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those who are certain that they will meet their Lord and that they will return to Him. Such an important characteristic Allah azza wa jal is highlighting for us and all of humanity, because you realize

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how important it is when you look and you see the majority of human beings not having this characteristic.

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What being certain that they will one day meet the Lord

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and that they will return to him by Allah. is most of humanity living in a way

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is manifested by this statement? That they are certain they will meet the Lord? Is this how people will act?

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If they were certain that they are going to be the road and they will return to it, absolutely not. This is the ultimate trait of these cars sharing

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what do they do? They know for certain that they will meet on Bazalgette some people may say wait a second shift says and I think they have a womb

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Arabic speakers some of the youth will pick one of the youth

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who noon

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you will allow Mashallah. But doesn't vote also mean like to think

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to to conjecture okay.

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You alone

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how do you kill him and he said Sally kinetic of one and your 100 Inside

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the one behind the shear shook

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they said in force have

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been filled

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in the Quran,

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in the spirit of the ship out

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at LAX, then I can fill Quran

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in the Quran, one

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does not mean thinking or being uncertain, but the opposite is certainty. This is why Mujahid says every one in the Quran is yucky.

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It's certainty and in a narration is in his knowledge. Yes, well, can we keep the maybe the questions to the end

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so he's saying in the Quran, this is what one means, it means certainty. And scholars consider this an example of an ad.

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An example of words in Arabic, that can mean have one meaning and the opposite meaning okay, then interesting

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which I believe you may find in some English words as well. Interestingly enough,

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so here an email No, no, those who are certain not those who are thinking or are uncertain, okay, those who are certain that they will meet them living on the moon, and whom Allah who wrote me panic.

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isn't returning to Allah azza wa jal meeting it?

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Are they the same?

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Or are they different?

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Are they the same or different?

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Obviously, you will meet Allah subhanaw taala

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of the Day of Judgment, right. And therefore,

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if there was an opinion in the Tafseer, that meeting Allah subhanaw taala. Is after that this is not correct. Meeting Allah subhanaw taala is on the Day of Judgment.

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What this meeting Allah's plans and this is when you are returned to him, so technically, yes, it's happening at the same time. But the word muda will be him.

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Gives you a different feeling and meaning.

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When you think about yes, you will return to Allah you will be resurrected.

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We will all go back to Allah subhanaw taala. And we will be held accountable on the Day of Judgment will not be lazy or gentle. But when you talk about Willa hula begin the meeting with Allah, Allah.

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Because we ask Allah azza wa jal to make us of those who love meeting Allah, so that he loves meeting us, as in the famous Hadith of the Prophet, Silla. How bellicon Allah have Allahu Allah, women carry heavy pauwela Carry hello you're

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missing Allah. What does meeting Allah mean?

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It means a last part of that Allah will speak to you directly.

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We imagine this is what meeting Allah means. It means you and I, and every human being will stand before Allah azza wa jal and will talk to him directly. Without

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an interpreter or an intercessor direct, Lisa made them available to Joomla as the prophets of Allah direct

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males Aluna and moolah who have been

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the prophets of synopsis, as in

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that the slave servant will meet the Lord.

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And Allah azza wa jal will ask him

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all sudden, so

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did I not

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grant you many things of my bounty?

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Did I not make you this will not grant you a wife and getting married? Did I not granted status of the people and reminding him of the blessings upon him? And then he says to him,

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I felt that come up.

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One after again, as in the Hadith, right? Will you then certain that you will one day meet me? He said, No.

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He said today, I will forget you as you have forgotten me

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as opposed to the one who says yes,

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I knew

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and I prepared.

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Of course,

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preparation isn't enough. No one's preparation is enough. But I knew the DNA alone, and nothing moved up on the hill, into your job, those who are certain that they will, one day meet Allah subhanaw taala that will meet their Lord, speak to him.

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It will return to Him. This is the way a Muslim

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a pious Muslim.

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This is the ultimate difference

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a submitter and someone who has not submitted,

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submit or lives his life knowing this, the practicing Muslim lives his whole life, knowing this and it's almost it's a reality that they constantly see in front of them and Latinos.

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And therefore,

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it somehow then guides everything they do in their life, because they know they will meet Allah someday one day, as opposed to the others

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who have no such idea. living their life as if there is no meeting with Allah. There is no return. There is no accountability.

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And the female

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the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said also the authentic hadith Subhan Allah just so you can see how the Quran and Sunnah complement each other than these verses complement each other.

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In the first verse, Allah azza wa jal mentioned Saudi, right. And here he mentions, the meeting with Allah azza wa jal, the prophets of Allah, Allah will serve them said that tribulations and adversity will continue to affect a person in their self and in their

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world, their children, until they need Allah subhanho wa taala.

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And there is no sin upon them whatsoever.

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So this adversity,

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this requires patience. Why do you think eventually there were even exceeded and erase all of his sins or her sins because they were patient with what Allah azza wa jal tested that with all the way until they met Allah, and they will meet Allah and no sin is upon them.

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Every single thing that we do,

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every single difficulty that we experience is a Cathar. It's an expiation of sins brothers and sisters, even the slightest

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stabbing of a toe. You know, as the Prophet SAW said, I mentioned you you're walking and you stubbed your toe and you said ouch Subhanallah this expiate sins. So you can imagine,

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for those who really experienced difficulties, how Allah azza wa jal that they are patient inshallah Allah azza wa jal will explain their sense of grace, your status and the DNA of

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your life, everyone.

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Yeah, when he saw it, was called the opportunity to have a quantum leap from learning to compiler

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Again, yeah, that is saying that it's all the other reason.

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And the is almost the same as the one above. Right?

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Yeah, the nice fluffy, again, he calls on them with this name that reminds them of their great ancestor Yahoo either he said out

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of a name which they love to be called why you have any swattin?

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Again, he calls on them was Kuru, again,

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the same thing again.

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But of course, there's a difference, there's a difference. And there's a different reason for it. In the first one that Allah subhanaw taala started his conversation with them. Yeah, but he saw

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what's going on. So first thing, he reminded them of his blessings upon that upon themselves, softening

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their hearts, and preparing them for the advice that they're about to hear.

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And there he said, will fall off the roof in your attic, fulfill My covenant, right? Then he started commanding, forbidding

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all the way up until he came again. And he had to remind them again of the blessing. Don't worry, if in doubt Allah, you have to maybe repeat certain things to certain people. And maybe you have to keep doing the

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brother, my friend, my dear, so on and so forth.

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Again, he tells them

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they're materialistic to Aliko.

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Because advice my brothers and sisters and that was sometimes can be heavy, could be career could be heavy, as difficult upon the person, because when you are advising a person, you're essentially telling them you are wrong, and I am right. And I am here to tell you what is right and what you need to correct. This is not easy upon the nurse. So there needs to be also a way of speaking to the person.

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Especially then, again, he tells them you may say but they have done and mega Yes, they have done so many things, and they hardened their hearts with their actions, but must, again tells them

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they need to be reminded again,

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you have to keep reminding where they were that gave.

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Meaning a person forgets that you have to be reminded again,

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you start reminding and advising, and then you start to see that the person's facial expression start to change, and they are not as comfortable anymore. So you come back and you change the subject. And you make it a little bit lighter. Right. And you mentioned something else, and then you come back. That's down. That's advice

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with your wives, your husband's your relatives, your children, you're friends with everyone this is how the human life skills. So yeah, when he slowly

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again, he reminds them but no, there's more now. We're only fumbling to come I mean,

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that was a general mention of the blessings. Now Allah azza wa jal is preparing them I am going to mention all of the blessings that I gave you one by one

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one nice bill to

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remember My favor upon you and that I need you the best

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over who

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the whole world Subhanallah does not

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confirm they're saying the Allah has chosen people that the Jews are God's chosen people

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only for bicycle

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so they are not choosing people buy their

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testimony of the Quran itself.

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I'm not confusing you am I think everyone knows the answer, right? It's quite clear, isn't it? When if

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someone might come and tell you that Christian might say that to you before I do. Who is you know, maybe a Christian Zionist.

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Learn to come Allah Allah Allah is an adequate

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over the whole world at your time

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at your time,

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this must be the case because Allah azza wa jal Khun to higher Ummah

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Enos, but speaking to the Muslim, that you were the best home abroad to people

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like Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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But during their time,

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yes, they were the best. Allah Azza and this was Allah's blessing upon them. Allah subhanaw taala give them that blessing Allah subhanaw taala sent prophets from amongst them is Jonathan come and be

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Luca when I tell her to marry

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me, as Musa alayhis salam was reminding them remember the favor of Allah Allahu Allah subhanaw taala as he has made profits from amongst you, Subhan Allah,

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Allah of the prophets all from Belize,

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which either who Luca, this May, he has made you kings, and he has given me one he has not given anyone else.

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That is the last fever upon them. They were the best compared to the people at their time. And when my brothers and sisters, they obeyed Allah, when they submitted to his whim, then they were the best. This is not a free for all

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that you have until the Day of Judgment. This is as long as you are obedient.

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And here he's talking about the present people. Yeah, when he saw him

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as opposed to the Ummah, the goomba and Mohamed salah.

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Anyone can join the look and be part of that.

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And the more this ummah

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abides find the characteristics of haoma.

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The more people define, the further they away they are from these characteristics, the further away they are from this idea the status quo took him over.

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For the no honeymoon cover to me, no, no.

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You enjoin good and forbid evil and you believe in Allah subhanaw taala. Once you start to move away from this, then you how do you deserve this? This accolade couldn't do.

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They, they were given that favor over the rest of the people at their time. Yes. And this is the ultimate blessing of Allah subhanaw taala upon them, and then Allah azza wa jal will slowly start mentioning all of his blessings in detail in the stories that will come in sha Allah, Allah to Allah Allah

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yes, absolutely

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Mujahid Rihanna, hola. His opinion was that one in general in the Quran means yaki

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possibly he means those

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verses where it is clear that it is not talking about conjecture of one or uncertainty or something of that nature.

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So you find that as well, right? And a lot of times you find it

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you find it as a verb, yoga moon, right? Meaning that they have a certain deal this pattern mentions

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in the logon name would

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this is the believer of the Day of Judgment, he was certain that he will indeed meet his account in Nevada to hear is actually certainty as opposed to check

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for one

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more payroll we'll have right

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about the people of the will go to hellfire they were certain that they are going to fall in love. So we see that a lot of times as a verb, it seems as a boy

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So in, in the backlog, if

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this is

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the past not until now, of course, of course, that's why we're saying he granted them this favor and this supremacy over the people of their time because of their deeds. There's no such thing as they are better because they are better racially. This doesn't exist in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala not that I'm not now. Okay, in a coma Commando, it's comfortable. The gauge the standard in the sight of Allah is stuck where you have a clock, you are hiding the sight of Allah subhanaw taala they have that status, because they were the followers of the prophets. They were the ones who obey the law and obey the prophets and the other women for me.

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Once they started abandoning all of this

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it's not it's not a racial superiority, as they see it today, which is

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absolutely ridiculous. And

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it's something that continues. So, they consider themselves God's chosen people and continue to look down upon everyone else. Okay to do some of the, the things that they see and the perceptions they have of non Jews will make your soul of your hair great.

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The issue of the disease of racial superiority that they have is something that

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they continue to live until today.

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It is ratio it is it is ultimately ratio. Yes.

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Yeah, exactly. A God's chosen people, the Allah's chosen people, right. So

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what even when we say call to claimable man, we said, it all depends on how much you obey Allah subhanaw taala. That's what raises you in the sight of Allah azza wa jal. That's what made them

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at that stage, so beloved to Allah subhanaw taala

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has nothing to do with Greece. It has nothing to do with.

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Right, man as far as the process of circumcision, let you sit up and listen.

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If your deeds do not propel you forward,

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your ancestry will not help you or evade you at all. The process of selling tells how to follow the law and have Do what you will I cannot help you on the Day of Judgment.

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You are alone, his own daughter.

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And then

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they say, the chosen people,

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no matter what you do, even if you are the furthest from Allah subhanaw taala. Even if you insult Allah azza wa jal, even if you insult the prophets of Allah, even if you disobey Allah even kill some of the prophets of Allah, you're still God's chosen peoples who can appeal this is most audacious.

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I was very clear. They were cursed, cursed them because of what they did. Because Allah azza wa jal made them the best people.

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And Allah subhanaw taala gave them of these bounty and favors and lessons and then look at how they repeat all of that.

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Yes, there

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isn't IRM

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deputizing Lauren, Olivia.

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The reasons why you fix opinions today.

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the what is it?

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Why, why it continues today. You mean? I mean,

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look at what they are doing today.

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Everything Allah, Allah reminded them off in the Quran

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still stands today. They have hidden the issue of the Prophet sealed the issue of belief in the prophets of Allah and it was over okay, this is just from a purely academic point of view. Okay. You are required to believe in Prophet Muhammad

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modality thought was set up, and he is mentioned in your books. This is why

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until today, they are considered Allah Azza wa Jalla, of course was speaking to the Jews of the time, right? Yeah, that is Robin applies also today. It is it applies to see you today and you are to

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respond and to submit even today

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when he says

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he's not only required to now notice this only we're dealing with them and Allah, we're not talking about what they've done to people and to humanity at large, just between them and Allah subhanaw taala.

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Working so

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we're starting over somebody was set up.

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This may be evidence for the scholars who said that confirms surely

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the disbelievers are not only required to believe, but also are required to do everything else. That is part of the religion.

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Because some scholars said comfort and disbelief is the biggest sin, the sin that cannot be forgiven. And therefore, the first thing they are commanded to do is to believe in Allah and not to associate partners with him. Right?

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And therefore, He's not asking them to do anything else. Other scholars said no.

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They are just like everyone else. They are required to pray, they are required to be sick. So they are

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failing in that as well.

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What kind of

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right? Of course, following the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This is an issue which scholars kind of different about and it's a long

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debate, but this is this is possibly another example. Okay, Paul will lead whether or not men with the skill and so on and so forth.

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So just between them and Allah azza wa jal, you have all of this disobedience.

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And we know that they did not follow so many of the prophets, even during Musa alayhis salam, they give him such a hard time. Okay, as we know, they worship the calf and they continue to disobey and they insulted Allah subhanho wa Taala Musa Ali Salam in the Old Testament today, you find evidence of him telling them and counting their offenses, the disobedience how, you know, difficult they beat his own life, okay.

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And of course, if you talk about the things that they have done to

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true humanity at large, the corruption, Sprint, the crimes that they have committed, and they continue to commit, you are just seeing part of the today receiving part of it today.

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In the Zionist entity,

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in their occupation of Palestine, and even then it is, it's a drop in the ocean. So, brothers and sisters,

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if you're talking about our people that

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burned the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala.

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This would be that killed his prophets. Do you expect them now to

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treat you differently?

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Allah is prophets.

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So, how do you expect them to be with with you and apparently, people who may consider their enemies

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in a

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passive way display of hypocrisy because the Muslims throughout their history

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only show them tolerance.

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Tolerance, that the, you know, they keep talking about the Judeo Christian tradition, right.

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Your Christian

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are the ones

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who oppressed you throughout the centuries. And anti semitism is actually something that is traced back to them, not to us, not to the Muslims.

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The Muslims throughout their history were the more tolerant of you

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and now look at the persecution they are meted out

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to the Palestinians.

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like no other

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anything else? Yes.

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Tough Love, love

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the. So he's asking about the meaning of Tableau

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that's that's, you know, that's grounds for a talk, you know,

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what is software and how do we define it and what are its fruits?

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But in general

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beautiful response is that Taqwa is a helpful minute Jerry. When am I do with Tenzin when his stepdad in the O'Meara?

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Yes, a Dakhla true fear of Allah subhanaw taala and consciousness of Allah subhanaw taala this is what it means. And we may also say that it is fear of Allah azza wa jal implementation of what he brought down of the Quran and getting ready for the day. That's an excellent question, but

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I think, you know, we exceeded

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your question. Feel free to ask

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it again next week

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