Stories Of The Prophets #06 Musa
Channel: Mohammed Faqih
Series: Mohammed Faqih - Stories Of The Prophets
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Well salat wa salam ala Rasulillah Allah Allah, he also have a human wala tonight, we're going to begin to talk about another prophet.
One of the greatest prophets of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, one of the five known as all
those prophets like Ibrahim Ali Salam.
This prophet is one of five that are considered
of the highest ranking prophets and messengers,
known for their strength
and their resolve, May Allah
bestow His peace and blessings upon them all. Salah to Allah, he was salam, O Allah Imagine me.
There are a lot of extraordinary things about this prophet and this particular Prophet. We have a very special connection with him as Muslims as an Oma.
He is the most mentioned in the Quran.
And if you bring all the pieces and all the passages in the Quran that talk about him,
you will find that we have almost the complete story of his life.
all the way right, until before his death, there isn't much mentioned about his death. There is not anything but up until he basically delivered his people and accomplished his mission Salawat to Allah He was Salam wa ala, and by now we all know that we're talking about
I'll kill him. Musa alayhis salam, most of you know Emraan Musa, the son of Iran, who is also known as Karim Allah, the one that is spoke to Allah subhanho wa Taala is the most mentioned prophet in the Quran. And there are a lot of similarities between
the people of Musa Ben who is raw yield
in a particular time period
and the Muslim ummah
we know that Musa was born in Egypt
and there is something very extraordinary about Musa so today. And obviously we cannot do justice to Musa and his story if we only talk about it in one episode. There is no way
so today I wanted to talk about a particular quality that distinguishes Musa obviously it's a quality that all of the prophets and the messengers possessed. But Allah Subhana Allah chose to mention in the Quran
that Musa Allah azza wa jal says with colorful Kitabi Musa in the whole Kana
what could be Musa
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Allah Subhana Allah Allah says, mentioned in the book Moses, for he was in one in one recitation book loss, which means chosen and purified, chosen and purified. In another era, more or less, which means sincere and pure, purified and pure. What kind of Rasulullah Nebia and Allah subhanaw taala establishes that Musa alayhis salam had both rissalah he was a messenger and he was a prophet.
And then the Quran in different parts in various parts of it talks about the story of Musa are different scenes and different
parts of the story of Musa so in Surah Al Baqarah, which we have recited Allah azza wa jal already mentioned Musa to us,
mentions Musa alayhis salam that he was sent to Benin withdraw eel, you know that Allah azza wa jal favorite them with that the 40 days that Musa alayhis salam went away, right and the various miracles nothing not much being mentioned about Musa and from. So today I wanted to highlight this particular quality of Musa Elisa, he was so sincere, and he was fourth coming and he was very passionate. Right Musa perhaps maybe was one of the most passionate profits out of his salon.
And this passion of his actually caused him
to be proactive even after his death.
And I'm gonna keep it short tonight. Insha Allah has done the sincerity of Musa and his forthcoming, right and him being someone that takes the initiative being so passionate. Right now
Made Musa alayhis salam actually develop a very special connection to us Muslims.
The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tells us that when Allah azza wa jal raised him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to heaven.
And Allah subhanaw taala commanded the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, to pray, and to order his ummah to pray, how many times a day 50 times.
That on his way back,
Allah Subhana Allah Allah made the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam run into Musa alayhis salam. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is now running into who? Most of the Emraan we know the prophets and messengers that are alive in heaven.
So Musa ibn Emraan
asks the prophets Allah Allahu Allah is our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as to what Allah azza wa jal commanded him to do.
In that very intimate setting,
Allah Subhana Allah to Allah,
and the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, and there was no one no interpreter, no angel, nothing, no Watseka So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam chose to share with Musa alayhis salam, what Allah Subhana Allah commanded him
One of which was part of which was that Allah azza wa jal ordered me in my OMA to pray 50 times a day. So what does Musa alayhis salam do?
He offers a Promise of Allah Allah is a sincere advice. You see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when it comes to Naziha we'll see how by the way a lot of people translate Nancy has what
advice not see her actually means to be to be pure. Right the state of purity to give to give the most genuine.
Right? Gesture. Right to to it means to be genuine. That's what they'll see how nice.
And an advice was called Mercy. Yeah, because it's supposed to come out of
out of what
out of place of sincerity and purity
is supposed to be genuine.
Out of care and passion. When you offer someone they'll say how do you offer someone advice is supposed to be coming from a place of what love and care and passion for that individual.
So you're supposed to be you're supposed to be sincere in your Naziha and the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam says Edina Lhasa in the province alongside them tells us that one of the rights of a believer is to offer no see how to them. You see them doing something wrong. You see them needing and also you had sometimes people may not even realize that they're doing things wrong. Sometimes people may not even realize that they're getting themselves in trouble until someone comes and points that out to them. And we know
that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said and let me know the moment he committed
that believer to another believer is like a mirror.
You reflect that individuals right? Beauty as well as what deficiencies you see mirror don't don't don't add pounds. They don't make you fatter, they don't make make you look better than you are. They just reflect reality as it is. Right? And they also you know reveal the beauty of the individual and the greatness of the creation of Allah subhana data so when you look at yourself in the mirror you admire yourself remember to say Masha Allah, Masha, okay? Now remember to ask Allah azza wa jal to beautify your character as he beautified your creation.
But also, the mirror gives you a chance to what notice some of your deficiencies, things that need to be taken care of. Right?
Likewise, the believer is supposed to do that. And not only reflect the bad things, by the way, also reflect the good things. Right. So when we often will see how we have to, to remember that. So Musa alayhis salam says to the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, O Muhammad, I have dealt with bento Israel
and I have and I'm speaking from experience,
your OMA will not be able to, to handle that. So first of all, Rebecca Duffy, if so, go back to your Lord and ask Allah azza wa jal to reduce it.
Right. And one narration is said that the process of them goes once in another narration, it says that the process of them goes multiple times each time. Musa alayhis salam, the salah being reduced by five prayers.
And Musa alayhis salam, each time taking the initiative and offering the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam advice in asking him to go and ask Allah subhanaw taala to reduce it and
tell it what it was reduced to five prayers with a reward of 50.
And then when the Prophet SAW Selim came back more, Sally said I'm told him go and ask for more reduction and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, I'm too shy to do that. We can handle this don't worry Musa we can handle it.
So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam believes that we can handle it as an Oma.
So we have that particular incident created that connection between us and more Sally's.
We owe it to him. All right, c'est la salatu salam, imagine if we had to pray 50 times a day, five times and we're struggling as it is. Right? We're struggling until the month of Ramadan comes obviously. And then what we realize that it's possible. It's doable, because not only do we pray five times a day, we pray multiple times a day, how many times do we pray a day and then we realize all of a sudden that we do have the energy we do have the motivation. We do have the capacity and the ability to do that. We just have to have what the passion that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the prophets before him like Musa had. May Allah azza wa jal increase our passion for
this religion and to worship him subhanaw taala as we should admit, Allah's peace and blessings be upon His Prophet Musa Imran, while Anabaena a Salatu Salam. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.