Mohammed Mana – The Prophets Dealing With Others

Mohammed Mana
AI: Summary © The importance of following the Prophet sallam and following WhatsApp group's guidance is emphasized, along with the importance of learning from Prophet's teachings and being a good model. The challenges of following rules and following strong actions are also discussed, along with the need for a strong message to avoid confusion and investigate actions. A brief history of a young man who was sent to serve the Messenger of Allah is also mentioned.
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Salatu was Salam ala inshallah feel MBA you will not sit in LA masala Allah said you know Mohammed you know because we can appeal on me well early he also should be here so limited so you might get your

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hamdulillah we are resuming our

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Wednesday night class, may Allah subhanho wa Taala put blessing in this gathering

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and remember us and mention us in a gathering much better than this.

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the title for this course is Brees of mercy, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his dealings with others, how the prophets of alario salaam dealt with other people, other individuals and other groups of people.

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When we study the life of Rasulullah, sallAllahu wasallam, there are a couple of different subjects and topics that we could study. So oftentimes there is mention of the subject of Ceylon. There's talk about let's take a class on sila, which is essentially where we are studying the life of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And usually goes in chronological order. So usually begins at the very beginning of his life, or they have sold out to a setup, sometimes even before he was born, or they still have to set up so we can understand the context. Sometimes classes and books on Ceylon even begin with a story of it by him. Because the story of Ebola him you then have mentioned his family.

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And then from there, we have talked about the well of Zamzam and the basically how Mecca became a city in which people live in because when he brought him out, he said I'm first went there, there was no one living in Mecca, BYD, and Lady these other nothing grew there. No one lived there, until there was the well of Zamzam. And people started congregating due to the events at the life of in the life of a submarine and his mother

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named Jimmy and so they will go in chronological order in these discussions of Ceylon and they will go in the order of his life all the way until his death already in salatu salam, and it will be event based. So there will be discussion of this event and that one, there'll be a lot of names and a lot of dates etc. Another subject or a way that we study the

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life of the messenger sallallahu Sallam is a subject known as Sharma in the Shema and of the SLM which is essentially a description

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of little sort of lines that allow you to send them so there is a very famous collection of Hadith related to his Shema in his characteristics known as which was compiled by the scholar known as attenuating, the same one who has a collection of teeth. He collection, he collected a Shema in. And there are other books mentioning this topic as well. So they will go over the physical description of Russell Isilon as well as his character description. And they will go into such details, like how he dressed and how he walked, and how he talked and everything down to how this the companions described how his hand felt when they would shake his hand. That's a disgusting discussion of the

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show. And then there is also another way that we can study from his life, which is more cinematic. And that's kind of what we are doing here. In this course,

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a lot of the narrations and the stories that we are going to be mentioning, don't always get mentioned in classes of CLL, or in classes of Shemitah. Some of them do, but many of them don't, because they are related to a particular event or a particular occurrence. That happened in the life of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam.

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So this is a relatively contemporary book that has been recently published by a group actually,

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under the tutelage of one of the contemporary scholars, and they basically went through a lot of these different narrations through the books of sila, different books about the prophet SAW Selim, and extracted from them narrations that specifically highlight how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam dealt with X, Y, and Z, whether it was within his family members, whether it was

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somebody under his authority or control, or perhaps it was somebody that he was dealing with in a battle, for example, or it might have been not even a believer, a non Muslim, or someone that he knew was a hypocrite, or it could have even been his dealings with animals, for example, or inanimate objects. All of these different variations. They were extracted and compiled in this book. You can see how thick it is. So there's a lot to study and a lot to discover when it comes to how he dealt with different individuals in different groups of people. It is Salatu was Salam. So we will be mentioning, I don't think we will

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Be able to go over all of them, we'll try to go over as many as we can. And all of them are relevant to our lives, but we will try to select the ones that are most practical and most relevant to a lot of the occurrences that we go through in our everyday lives.

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Tonight, we would like to introduce this topic and introduce this subject by speaking about the importance of also lysosome as a role model specifically, and a few things to mention before we get into that is like any other

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class or course, where we are mentioning his name, whether it is a class of CLR a class of Shema it or this class, or a class of Hadeeth or any class in which the pawsox alums name is mentioned, we should remember to always send salutations upon him it is Salatu was Salam. We say sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam, which means May the prayers and peace and blessings of Allah be upon him allows the power of data set in the Quran.

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In the lahoma Ikeda who use a lunar island to be alone, His angels send salaat upon the Navy upon the prophesied Salem and the scholars said that the salaat of Allah and angels is the slot from Allah His mercy is a hammer and from the angels It is

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so then Allah subhanaw taala commands us to do the same Yeah, you have levena M and O you who believe solar la he was sending with this Lima. So since a lot and Salaam upon the messenger, or they have sold out to a cinema and the prophets of alario cillum said, masala Allah solitons Allah Allahu Allah, that whoever sends when salutation upon me Allah subhanaw taala will pray for them will send salutations for them 10 times, so the reward is much greater than the action and of the times when it is most encouraged to increase in salatu salam upon the messenger is on the day of Friday especially on the day of Friday, we should increase in our thought and setup upon the Prophet

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sallallahu wasallam. And generally speaking, it is of the best forms of liquid. Now liquid remembrance of Allah is of many different types we can say Subhana Allah we can say and hamdulillah we can say Allahu Akbar we can say that you know a lot, we can say that how would I end up with a labella we can say a sterile field Allah, so many different types of Vicar reciting or an reading Quran is a form of liquid making is a form of Vica.

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A companion came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and said what portion of my draft should be Salatin said I'm upon you, can I make it?

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Can I make it one third of my daughter? And the apostle SLM said, Yes, so you can make it more he said, How about half? How about two thirds, etc? Then he said, How about if I make all of my soul out and said, I'm upon you. And the pulse I sent him gave him permission to do so. And that's one of the few types of wicked that the prophets I send them gave that open ended is one of my teachers used to say, like a blank check permission to make as much as as much of as, as you can.

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So that is something we should do, generally speaking throughout our days and nights, and we should increase that especially on the day of Friday. And whenever we hear mention of him adding salatu salam, we should say something Allahu Allahu wa sallam, because the prophet SAW Selim said, he is believed he is stingy with himself, the one who hears my name, and does not say sallallahu alayhi wa sallam does not send salutations upon the messenger, it is Salatu was Salam. So, just as a reminder that as we go through this course, we will be mentioning his name a lot. So make it a habit that every time you hear his name, you say something along with it, he was in them. And also, when we are

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making that and we talked about this in our previous course, before hedge, we had a short class on the drive, say to distill thought, and we talked about the etiquette of darat. And we said that you should begin with folate and Sara upon the messenger and conclude your Dora with folate and Salaam upon the messenger. So it is a good habit to have in general.

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Yes, it is from the etiquette from the dub of your app, that we that we begin by making salatu salam and it's also part of Allah as well. In Salah how do we conclude our Salah in the last Tisha hood, we say selected ebrahimian which is one of the best ways of saying select and set up on the messenger sighs Allah. So even the greatest act of worship that we do is concluded each time with Salat and Salaam upon the messenger sallallahu Sallam and some of the scholars there's difference of opinion amongst the different schools of some of the scholars actually

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made it a mandatory aspect of Sala that you do the salaat Ibrahimi alone will suddenly Ida Mohammed Ali Mohammed a masala Tara Ibrahim ali ali Ibrahim indika hamidah Majeed or baddeck Allah Muhammad Ali Mohammed Kama baalak Tara Ibrahim Ibrahim in Dhaka, Jaime de Madrid.

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So definitely it's an important component of our app. All of these etiquette and these add up of

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our beloved to Allah and they, they increase our chances of being responded responded to

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allows the panel to address said in the Quran

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also insalata hub, naka de Cana leconfield rasulillah he was sweating Harrison autonomy man Can I order Lucha? Well Yeoman. Allah was a Corolla Kathy Allah, that indeed definitely there is emphasis a lot begins this verse with emphasis that the in the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is a perfect role model. Mustafa is a role model has no means perfect. Somebody might know someone named peasant. That means perfection or beauty, a beautiful a perfect role model in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for who who will take him as a role model. Lima in Cana, yo yo la jolla will occur for those that truly desire allows the panel to Allah and the Last Day, and what is meant by that is being

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that pleasing alongside the panel with Allah and being in a good position with the lowest amount of data on your milk piano on the last day was the Corolla hackathon. And they remember Allah, often a lot in excess. This is a sign of believers that they make a lot of Vicar and also as I sell him is a perfect role model for the believers.

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Discussion scholar evidence Cassia Rahim Allah He commented on this verse, He is a famous scholar, and of Tafseer and of Hadith and of history, and his book of deceit is one of the most famous books of deceit that is studied and read from he says how he will karema Aslan Kabir on Fifth SCB Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. While he was early he was actually he said, This verse here is an axiom It is like a principle for us. I believe it's a it's a profound principle for us, or also on Kabir in taking the prophet SAW Selim as a role model, in his acquire, acquire he by way of his statements, verbal statements, what a family he and his actions. Well, actually he and his

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dealings and the different states of being that he was in LA salatu salam.

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And these three things summarize for us. The sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, when we use the word Suna, what does the word pseudonym mean?

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By you smiling comes a check question. So if you're smiling, that means you know the answer. So what's the answer?

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depends on the context.

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You guys are good with that answer. He seems pretty confident.

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What do you guys think?

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Okay, so that's one correct answer. Yes.

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The way of the Prophet the tradition of the Prophet so I said,

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What do you think? Since you're sitting so close? I'm gonna have to pick on you

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huh shala now he's bringing us the linguistic meaning. Everybody can see on the camera whether we see ways

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linguistically means a path, okay. You can say that you can follow the path or, or methodology? Yeah.

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So, what Hamza meant would have called Hamza meant when he said depends on context, is basically the word sadhana can refer to different things, depending on who we ask. And depending in which context of Islamic Studies, we're using it. So

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let's say for example, I made an announcement after multiplet All right, I said we will begin the class after the Sunnah prayer after the Sunnah Salah. So, in that context, the sooner I mean, the statements and actions and

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whatnot of the process lm What does it mean?

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It means a recommended it means a better more accurate word would be voluntary.

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So, if soon as voluntary, what is the Arabic word that we use to refer to something that is obligatory?

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We say folk.

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That also depends on who you ask somebody say why did you

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Alright, so something that is followed. So we made most of it was Allah, that is a federal prayer meaning obligatory. You got to pray motive. Every believer has to pray five times a day. Luckily it was one of those five prayers. That is part of our agreement with the laws of anatella that we pray. Now, the extra prayer that we did after McRib those two extra lockers that's referred to as Suna, in that context we are referring, we're referring to something that is voluntary, something that is not obligatory, it is recommended.

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One who does it will be rewarded, but if you don't do it, you will not be held accountable. There is no sin upon you. But if a person doesn't pray over it, are they going to be held accountable for that? They will be held accountable for that because it's mandatory, it is folk. So in that context in the context of fit in the context of do's and don'ts in the context of jurisprudence, the word sunar refers to voluntary acts of worship,

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in the context of Hadith, for example, in the context of Hadith, if you ask the Hadith specialists, they will have a particular definition of what sadhana is in the context of the subject of all sort of filk there will be a particular definition of what sadhana is, generally speaking, when we use the word sadhana, like, not in a particular context, but when we say generally like, for example, we say, we've got to follow the Sunnah of the messenger salario said, No, we use it in that general term, we are then referring to what we just said here, what the brother told us the statements of the process of them, the actions of them, and his different states of being or his, also, they will

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mentioned sometimes his approvals that which he approved of. So he might have said something, he might have done something, or somebody might have done something, but he approved of their action. So that would fall under the umbrella of his son, his tradition, sister told us his way out of his law to was set up. So this verse is a as a profound principle for us to understand that the process of them is a role model is a perfect and a role model. And

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in Arabic, there is also another word that we use for role model. It's called goodwill,

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or goodwill,

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which also refers to a role model. And goodwill also refers to it's closely related to another Arabic word that we use to refer to what leader like a thought it is the leader, right? So there is a slight difference in connotation there. And the prophet SAW Selim is the leader of the believers, you aren't following when you're talking about someone in leadership, there is a leader and there is a follower. So we are following the messengers alone to send them in his statements in his actions and, and in his dealings.

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It's extremely important for us to view the Prophet sallallahu wasallam as a role model, and as a leader, especially in our times. Now, we may get used to hearing about the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasalam.

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And we hear these beautiful stories or narrations, and it seems very far away.

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And it seems kind of far fetched and romanticized. And something that is not practical or attainable. But when we talk about the profits of RSM as a role model, and that's one of the goals and objectives of this course, is we could talk about the profits or sell them in these different situations, actual events that took place and apply extract those lessons and apply them in our lives when we find ourselves in those situations. So that there can be closeness between us and the prophets on lardo salaam. And there can also be that idea of I am following the messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam because oftentimes when you talk to people,

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they will say, Oh, that was in that time. You say all of them, did X, Y and Z, you'll say, Yeah, well, he lived in a different time, a different place. That's for that time. But I can't do that now. And that's not accurate. That's not appropriate.

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Also, insalata has a lot of verses today from Florida shala.

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Allah subhanaw taala told us one that Kennedy meaning one minute in either toda la hora sudo Imran akuna Allahumma theologian Emory him mercy la hora, pseudo SOHCAHTOA banana Urbina. It's not befitting it's not appropriate for a believing man or believing woman that when a law or his messenger so a lot always mentions his messenger at parallel in conjunction with himself soprano data. It's not befitting when a lot of His Messenger

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Given commandment, or C to do X, Y or Z that the believers sit back and they say, well, let's see what our options are either to obey or not. That's not appropriate. What makes the law What are pseudo

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whoever disobeys a law, and His Messenger again, you see how they're mentioned in parallel. This gives insight into the authority of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, whoever disobeys Allah and His Messenger has gone astray

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greatly because nowadays also you have folks that say, Well, I'm just gonna follow up on I don't need Hadith of the Prophet. I seldom, I don't need the Sunnah.

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How are we even going to understand so many passages of the Quran without the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam his son that was mobian when we first said miracle and there are some verses of the Quran that are clear and explicit, and can be understood at face value. There are many verses of the Quran that we need to understand in light of how those lights are excellent understood them, and how he applied them. And so we would be lost without the Sunnah of the messenger. So the longer it was in them

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know all of the profits. All of the profits have been sent as role models allows the penalty as I said in the Quran, in Surah Al Anam Allah ecology nyheder law febi houda whom

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Allah subhanaw taala speaking of the prophets as came as in a passage in Solihull and am, were alarmed, mentioned several of the prophets, he mentioned many of them by name and in the end of that passage, he said that he can Latina de la, these are the people that Allah has definitely rightly guided Fabian who de humo today, so follow their guidance, if Teddy again the idea of following Buddha or follow their guidance. Now this verses adjust to whom

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it is addressed to us by extension, but February Buddha who

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enter in Arabic, the the literal translation is a law speaking to one individual who is the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, and whenever the Messenger of Allah is addressed in the Quran, with a command, then his oma falls under that command by extension, that's another principle have to keep in mind. So Allah subhanaw taala commanded was pseudo law, his larysa lamb, the best of creation, to follow the guidance and be a follower and take the profits as role models. And that's adjusted assylum. So then for us, we are more in need of that advice, and we are more in line to follow that commandment and bless the law seldom falls under that because he is also from the NBA

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from the lesson from the messengers febby who that whom we quoted earlier, even Cathy wood also mentioned over here, a teddy what Toby or what either kind of had an umbrella Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam for oma to Tibetan level.

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Female shorter who a moron be, he says this is a commandment to the prophet SAW Selim. Then the Ahmad Muhammad wa sallam is also expected to follow in that which allows the panel to Allah has commanded

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chicken assembler Tamia, he also comments on this verse and he says that what he also said MBA Ableton Live meaning IBM, he says in the stories of the MBA are a lot of lessons for the believers. Why? Because the prophets, the prophets and the messengers were tested.

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For in the home lab would the end up tell you Bhima who Solomon dannic the prophets and messengers were tested and we are also undergoing different tests and challenges. And the prophet SAW Selim said in a hadith that I said, Do nasty Bella and lamb or come up with any sort of serum, the ones that are tested the most are the

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prophets and messengers, they underwent extremely difficult tests and challenges.

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And they are the best of creation, the NBA, they were chosen and selected, to be to receive way to receive revelation, and to guide people to the worship of Allah subhanaw taala. So if the best of people are being tested difficulty, then obviously we also will be tested as well. And so when we find ourselves in these challenging times, we look to the MBR for guidance, we look to their stories for solace, and to feel better, and also to extract lessons on how to behave in light of these tests. Look at the kind of a configure the party can also see him evil utterly LDAP Allah said in solid uses, that definitely in their stories, the stories of the prophets are able to

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profound lessons for those of intellect.

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Now, we are supposed to follow the NBA,

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the prophets and the messengers of Allah in many different ways. We will mention a few of those examples of the ways that we are expected to follow the NBA and take them as role models are their strength, in their obedience to Allah and in their worship, and who were to feel bartylla hated our ability, the strength that they exemplified in their obedience to Allah and in their worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala allows the panel to Allah and sort of sloughed he says, with Kota, a bandana, Ibrahim, what is how we are goob ad will absorb.

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Allah mentions a few profits by name Ibrahim, and his son is happy. And his son, yeah, boob.

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These are all each one is a son of the previous one. Ibrahim of his sons was his happen of his sons was Yahoo. And who is the son of your Abu

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Yusuf? That's what you said right? I said, I'm as mentioned to have one of the best lineages because he is a prophet, son of a prophet, son of the Prophet, son of a prophet. several generations one after another. So Allah mentions these and then he describes them as will ad will absorb

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what his ad will absorb.

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One of the early scholars I thought rasanya Rahim Allah was the famous scholar of Tafseer. He says, a little over definitiva will really be Emory law,

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meaning they had strength in their worship, and knowledge of Allah subhana wa Tada. So they combined these two characteristics. And that is what these are some of the characteristics that made them extra special.

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Another one minute, says where to attend feel that you were befallen 15 they were given strength in Nevada, they would have a lot of strength, and endurance, and stamina in terms of their worship of Allah subhana wa Tada, sometimes one of us gets up to do somebody better and we get tired.

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We get tired. We say for example, I'm gonna fast every Monday and Thursday. And we fast Monday, and Thursday comes along and we're like, I think I'll only do Mondays. And then the next week comes along, and we're like, I think I'll just do the three white days. And then the three white days come along, and they say I'll just do Ashleigh and the day of alpha. And then those days come you say fan, I'm just gonna do it. Oh my god, you know, so we have some weakness, right? Somebody comes and they say I'm gonna do my lane. And then the alarm clock goes off and like, I think I'll just, I'll get it for a budget inshallah.

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So we have some weakness, some lack of energy, when it comes to the budget, or we think, you know, I'm gonna give it up and we come to the donation box, like

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just 20 instead of 100, you know, you know, we'll just decrease that a little bit, some little bit of weakness. So they had strength in their data. And that's why they are role models, we should follow them in that example, as well. Look at Ibrahim are they set up? Ibrahim?

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in salt Ibrahim, human, he made a lot of but a human we have those two as recorded, we should memorize them, by him of the drives he made. He said they'll be jedynie mukhiya masala tea, why miseria to burn out a belterra he said there will be oh my lord and master and creator allow me to be of those who established with diligence, slaughter and miseria my progeny those that come after me. This is what he's making draft for this is what he was concerned about.

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This what he's begging Allah for. If we were to analyze our door as probably a big chunk of our Dora is about dunya matters. Probably. And that's not a bad thing. It's good that we are making their eye to Allah for

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our needs in this dunya but if you analyze the data of the prophets in the portal and the majority of what they asked for was related to the

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so we should not forget about making dua to Allah for the matters of the dunya that's part of Yeah, can we do it? Yeah kennestone in the sport of relying upon a lot, but we shouldn't forget the article and as much as we mentioned it that will

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correct our mindset. Look at is married or they said on his smile in Surah Maryam Allah describes him as well. Can I get a Hello Who this thought it was a karate what kinda ended up being Malia he used to command a lot. He used to command a lot

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processes they used to command his family with Allah he would remind them and call them to salah and zeca and he was always trying to be pleasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala

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also in solid MBR allows the panel to Allah says about the profits. What do you allow him to imitate? You're gonna be emelina Allah says we made them iambs leaders following the commandments of Allah subhanaw taala guiding others based on the AMA based on the commandments of Allah subhana wa tada what oh hanaa la him and we reveal to them fear they'll hire us to do good deeds. What if karma sadati established prayer, what he taught as a karate and to give charity what can uliana RBD in a law describes them as Abby Dean worshippers, the NBA and the prophets. This was their state of being. And of course, the pathless alum is mentioned in that light in many different

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places. In one place in the whole island salted in southern Wyoming and leaving the first doodler, who was a bit who Leyland babila

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allows the panel data commands His messengers that allow them to make sujood to prostrate, and to make the spear sub beer throughout the night in long durations of time with me Laila illa kalila stand up in the night praying except for a little bit, meaning most of the night or messenger of a lost end up in prayer, a portion of the night sleep and of course that was a commandment to the boss I sell them in the early stages of Revelation.

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And then in the end of Sultan resemble there's some more clarification on how much love some kind of data is instructing the believers and recommending to stand up in pmla.

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But the idea is that also Messiah seldom was strong in history by the Buddha who was nearby deity, worship Allah subhanaw taala was bobbitt have patience and persevere in the bed of Allah subhana wa tada wamena layli fetter head judge v. Stand up 200 at night reciting the Quran throughout the night.

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The Prophet sallallahu wasallam as was described by his wife was standing in prayer until his heels his ankles were swollen. So we have the rabada of the profits of the messenger of a lump sum alohar to send them

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Secondly, we have their mention of a lot thicker. The MBR were of those that made a lot of Vicar of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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calling upon Allah subhanaw taala they were very diligent about their drought and excessive in their drought to Allah subhanaw taala and the Orion is filled with those examples. If we just extracted the verses of the as of the profits from the Quran, that would be plenty to discuss. You What are you but is Nadella who and Nima sunny a little while enter hammer Rahim in a tube is afflicted with an intense illness. So he calls out to Allah and he calls him by his names and his attributes of mercy. well endowed Hamel Rashi mean first job in Allah who we responded to him because chef nama be human law, and we cured him of his illness. Well, I tell you know, who Mr. whom I met him in

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Indiana, with the karate obedient and we blessed him and his family. So I'd like give him more than what he asked for. Look at Eunice with a nguni is the harbor muhuali been for one and Napa de la la fenetre. I feel gurumurthy and La Ilaha. Illa? Anta superionic in the continuing of aalameen Yunus was hasty. And so he ended up getting swallowed by the whale. And so he calls out to Allah and let you know, and this was the day that he made. There's no one worthy of worship except you I have wronged myself. So Allah subhanaw taala then says, For stugeron Allah, let Jay know who mean it'll come because Allah can injil meaning, you know, in another mention of Eunice

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in Surah

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Allah says

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help me out Hamza.

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Further Allah and who can Karina

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in Alamosa, is that correct? And nobody's happy Bethany illumio baritone, the correct.

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Allah Subhana Allah says if he was it of those who did test to be remembered a lot.

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has an apostle Mr. Lowe, one of the early scholars he comments on this verse, and he says Allah Subhana data is referring to Eunice it said before

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Even he found himself in this situation of being in the belly of the whale.

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Meaning before even he found himself you know that you guys know the story of units right? Everybody has a story of Prophet Yunus.

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Yes. Who can tell us a story of Prophet Yunus in 30 seconds?

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Not 30 seconds.

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Okay, Eunice on Instagram, like all the other messengers was sent to a group of people.

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He was calling his people calling them calling them calling them, nobody listened to him. nobody listened. So he got tired of them. He said, Forget you guys. I'm out of here. And he left them. Now, the MBR the profits, they can't do that.

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They can't do that. They are sent to deliver a message to people and they stay giving Dawa until a lot tells them move on.

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And you know, we have mentioned of a lot of nations being sent punishments when they did not listen to their messengers. So Allah subhanaw taala would instruct the messengers, okay, time is up, go. And now they are going to be punished

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for not accepting the message. unistar They said I didn't wait for that. You got tired of his people. So he left them. So he wanted to get out of there. So he gets on a boat.

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He finds some people traveling, he's like, let me ride with you guys. He jumps on the boat. He goes out in the boat. Guess what they're caught in a storm. They're like, we're gonna sink. We have too much weight. We got to get rid of someone

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who we're gonna get rid of. So you're like, we're gonna pick straws.

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You know, picking the short What do they say you got the short straw. So they picked the short straw comes on you. And so they sit on. They're like, Oh, man, this isn't this is a good guy. We can't get rid of him. So they tried again. He got it again. They tried a third time. Again him. So they said,

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what are we going to do? It's it's your day. So they tossed him out of the boat so that the rest can survive. You know, they say take one for the team. He had to take one for the team. So they jumped through him off of the boat. And he ends up getting swallowed by a whale. And he's in the belly of the whale film lumads he's in darknesses. What do whales do? They come up to the surface. They're mammals. So they come to the surface. They breathe and then

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they go really deep. So he's in the darkness of the ocean, the darkness of the belly and the darkness of the night. darknesses. And he calls out to Allah subhanaw taala with this guy that you know into subhanak and you can turn the volume in. Eventually the whale takes him close to shore and spits him out.

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And the scholars say the whales swallowed him whole didn't chew him or bite on him. So he was fully intact, he was preserved. Right? It's from a miracle of Allah subhanaw taala. So the scholars commented on this verse fanola, and know who can I mean a Muslim behind? If he wasn't of those that remembered Allah, he would have stayed in that Billy until the day of judgment. The scholars they mentioned that he used to remember a law before even he found himself in this time of difficulty. It wasn't like us, you know us we are like those that Allah mentions in the Quran for either like he will feel full key that I will la harmonious in Allah hodin for a manager who melbury either home

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usually can people find themselves in the boat, and the boat is rocking. There's a storm, everybody prays to allow with sincerity. Then they get saved, they come to shore. They forgot about a lot and they don't worship Him.

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So Eunice already said I'm remembered a lot of time of ease. Allah subhanaw taala saved him at the time of difficulty. So we have their strength and obedience and worship of Allah. And we have the vicar, the prophets were those that had a lot of Vicar remembrance of Allah and Dora throughout the Prophet sallallahu Sallam on the day of better, which was a very difficult day, processing them facing the Qibla and is making that and he said Allah home and Jews Lima where Anthony, along with our team, our attorney or law, fulfill your promise to me, Allah grant me that what you promise to me Aloma into Licata, Hilary Saba mean Aaron Islam Elan turbot will help our law if these

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group of men with me are killed. Nobody will be left on earth to worship you. These are the only believers on Earth. The group of believers in Bethel was very small, just a few 100

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and so he was making dirt and raising his hands and raising his hands until his upper garment fell off of his back. And so Abubakar came and picked up the garment and put it on him and hugged him from the back and told him Yeah, it'd be a luck affair. Come on, I showed the tech back for in the house, a young Jews will come in our attic, O Messenger of Allah. That is sufficient. You're crying out to your Lord He will fulfill his promise to you messenger of Allah.

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Number three, we also have their who assure their humility and their friends

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orcas, the NBR Allah subhanaw taala describes them in sort of meldonium hula it can live in LA he can Latina, Latina and am Allahu la him. Those that were blessed by Allah meaning Nabina means the deity Adam woman man Hamel Nam. I know what means Rhea Ibrahima la isla ala mimin Halina, which Divina. Allah says those who we blessed from the profits from the progeny of Adam and from those that we carried on the boat with Noah, and from those from the progeny of Ibrahim and Islam in whose Islam in

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theirs is mentioned a lot in who is Islam in

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which prophet in the Quran is mentioned by Celine?

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And when we met her Dana which Sabina and of those who we guided and and selected either to to rally him Ayatollah Khomeini hub Russo Jaden were buki Yeah. When they hear the verses of man

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when they hear the verses of Allah subhanaw taala they fall down and prostrates called will subdue them wikia and they cry.

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That is their reaction to hearing the words of Allah subhana wa tada alone is that how do you think he turban with a shabby Han?

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Masonic Takashi roomin who do the levina schoenbaum Allah revealed the best of speech, those who believe when they hear the structure of women who jewelry auction or buy a home, they get goosebumps, from their focus and from their humility and from their who sure when they hear the verses of Allah subhanaw taala. And of course, because they're understanding what they're hearing and of course, because they're thinking of allows the panel data, when there's versus agenda they're thinking of the reward of a law versus of punishment. They're thinking of

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the punishment of the Hellfire and seeking refuge in Allah. And that kind of reaction to the rest of the last panel data yields who sure

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allows the panel to add the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam he used to say yamaka label Kuru is a bit called be allergenic, a lot of the one who flips the hearts grant steadfastness to my heart, upon your deen

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also from the ways that we follow their

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example and we take them as role models is in

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is in knowledge.

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The NBR and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they are the most knowledgeable of the creation of Allah and they are sent to teach people

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in similar to Joomla, and in other places in the Quran, Allah mentions about the messenger

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yet through either him it was a key him or a limo homolka tab or the messenger recites the book of a lot to them, and teaches them, purifies them and teaches them the book and guidance. Kitab oh and hikma.

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So they are sent as teachers the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says about the NBA, that nobody inherits money

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from the NBA when they pass away.

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When he passes away, may Allah grant him a long life upon obedience and bless him in his risk. Then his children and those after him his family they will inherit from his wealth. When one of you pass away, then your families will have from your inheritance. But the NBR let me worry through dinner on the process send them said they don't leave behind any inheritance of $1 of a deal hammer a denote of a gold or a silver coin. What do they leave behind? lol

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lol. And so the post I send them says whoever takes from that knowledge, then they have certainly sees something very valuable. The arola are known as what I say to MBA scholars, people that learn and study the religion of Allah. They are known as the inheritors of the prophets, because the prophets didn't leave behind money they left behind knowledge and so we are expected to follow them in their knowledge as well. If don't pay him Rahim Allah He says nurse Abdullah LSR that he will further he Rafi dunia wa Fira Illa Allah Ada Rasul.

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He says, There is no path there is no way to happiness. There is no way to success neither in this dunya nor in the Euro, except by following the path of the messengers.

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What else sebelah illa manufactured by Eb one hobby Allah really in lemon jihadi him. This is very critical and there is no

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way of knowing, right from wrong and pure from evil in detail I like to see in detail except through them through the way that they are delivering. Whether you know, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah ad him, and we don't know how to please Allah except by following

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their example. This is very critical, because

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there is a lot of discussion now about morality.

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First of all, religiosity is on a

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All religions are just Muslims, all religions, religiosity is taking a nosedive.

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People are more inclined to things like agnosticism and atheism and deism and all of these different isms and isms, where they basically, you know, what the crux of it is, is selfishness and ego problem, because at the crux of it is, don't tell me what to do.

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pray five times a day, don't tell me and pray five times a day, I'll do what I want with my day

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pays this amount, I'll tell you what to do with my money is my money. I earned it. Don't tell me what to do. I don't have to spend it, you know. So then where do we get?

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How do we basically have

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good people? Well, they say, well, there's morals. And there's general values, be a good person. You don't need religion, to be a good person. You've heard this argument before. You don't need religion to be a good person, just be a good person. Don't steal, don't cheat. And don't lie where you can lie a little bit. But just make sure nobody is harmed, but just be a good person. But that's extremely subjective.

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A good person now, tomorrow that can change. Forget about tomorrow, a good person this morning is different from a good person this evening. In one day, that can change Why? Because the definition or the measure stick the measure y'all as we say, in Arabic, the scale, how we measure good from bad is not consistent. It keeps changing. So take for example, modesty.

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Take, for example, modesty.

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Let's not go to anywhere in the east, let's stay in America. If you were to go back in time,

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100 years, within some people's lifetimes, you know, there are people that are 100 years, and more alive, go to their childhood. Did people just the same way they just know 100 years from now is what early 1900s. Look at those black and white pictures from the early 1900s. Did people adjust in the same way? Did they behave in the same? Forget about just did they behave in the same way? Did they even speak in the same way that manner of speaking?

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No. And if you were to go at that time,

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if you were to go at that time, then that would have been less polite than if you would have gone back 200 years ago, where women actually used to wear bonnets and and hats. And imagine if a woman from now or even a men, people always talking about the way women just even men men think the way some men are dressing now or women or anybody and just take them in a time capsule back 100 years ago.

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They would shock society

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by the way that they're looking or people might think they're a clown, maybe or this is some kind of like theater performance or something.

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So that keeps changing, good, from bad, keeps changing. There's no constant, everything becomes relative. Everything becomes relative, even when they say Oh, don't steal, don't cheat, don't do this. People are stealing and cheating in different ways. It's not always literally me taking something from somebody else. There are different manifestations of the same crimes. But there's no constant to measure right from wrong. So where do we get that measure stick from?

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What is constant? What is something that does not change and is ever present omnipresent is what

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Allah and worrying and revelation came from Allah. So without Ye, without revelation, without following the messengers, there is no concept of right and wrong, or good from bad or evil from pure, because it's constantly changing. It's constantly relative and subjective. We can just sit here right now. And we can decide between ourselves what is good and what is not. And then, a few days from now, that will change that's called hella. That's called whims and desires. And we're supposed to seek refuge in Allah from our desires, and we're supposed to discipline our desires to follow Allah and His messenger.

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So absolutely, we need assistance.

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Lamb to be good people.

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We need Islam to be upright people to be consistent way up which will be Khadija will a con people come and go philosophies become popular and then they die.

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Certain philosophies were very fashionable, right? You ask some of the elders in our group, back when their youth in the 60s and the 70s and whatnot, philosophies of communism were very fashionable, right? And socialism, these were very fashionable,

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popular philosophies people like them. Nowadays, we don't like it as much. zoom into the future, people aren't going to be so happy about democracy or capitalism or these other types of systems of living. Why because that's the nature of human being. Didn't we just say the drive the messenger yarmulke liberal culture of the hearts are constantly flipping and changing. So what's constant that doesn't change? Hold on is preserved. Why is preserved, the tradition of the pulse send them is preserved, and Islam is preserved until the day of judgment. We are not preserved, we're alive now. Tomorrow, we're going to be dead.

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Ideas are not preserved. They're popular now. Tomorrow they will be unpopular.

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That's the nature of human beings, they're changing. So if we are following our own desires, if we are leaving the measuring stick of right and wrong to our own intellect, it'll constantly be changing. And that's how people will be wronged and oppressed, there will be no consistency and there will not be

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The hearts will not find peace, they will not be in equilibrium, they will constantly be shaky. People will not be able to find harmony and peace. We can only find peace when we are in harmony with our fifth law. We are created to worship Allah, when we fulfill that purpose of creation will be at peace. Otherwise, it's tumultuous constantly up and down, and up and down. And so that's why following the messengers and following the prophets that alarm to send them is extremely important.

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Why do we follow the messenger of Allah the longer it will send them specifically?

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Why do we have to follow the messenger of Allah Cyrus Allah? Let me ask you why? Why is the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam important for us to follow him specifically? We're talking about the NBA. Let's ask specifically about processing and why is it important for him to be our producer? Some people say the Messenger of Allah, we believe in him, but he was just a messenger meaning he delivered to us why or and that's it. I don't have to live like the messenger. So why

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Yes, very good. Because his life is a manifestation of the Quran. Very good. What else? What are some other reasons

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I'll be your Allahu Allah soon. obeying the Messenger of Allah is in essence obedience to Allah. obedience to the Messenger of Allah is parallel to obedience of allows the panel with Allah

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fully loving you Holly funa and Emery he and to sleep at home feet and attend oh you see boom, boom any those that go against the

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the commandments of the prophets I send them let them be warned that they be afflicted with a fitna with the trial or a severe punishments. Also because Allahu Subhana, Allah chose him of his name is Al Mustafa, from Islam. To especially select someone he was especially selected to be a role model allows the penalty Allah selected him also because of his Esma

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protection alone somehow no data protected the process that is infallible, a lot protected him from having any major sin.

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And of the minor errors, that the profits are lower and it was in them had they were corrected or clarified in the Quran.

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And in those stories are a lesson for us like for example, Episode Two Allah. When a man came to the prophet SAW Selim and he frowned towards him and allows the panel to Allah mentioned this in the Quran. Also when the prophet SAW Selim forbade

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consuming type of honey I Hoon, Wd metrohealth de mama Hello la hulak are you making that which ulimate had forbidden etc.

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in his life are many lessons

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for us to learn from and implement. And oh

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So following the prophets Allah to send them is one of the conditions and prerequisites for success and victory for the believers and for the oma at large regardless of what period of time we are referring to.

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Now, knowing the seal of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is mandatory for us to be able to take him as a role model.

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How are we else expected to follow his son? How are we supposed to take him as a role model, if we are not studying the events of his life, the occurrences of his life reflecting upon them and extracting lessons from them. Now speaking about the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. As we come to a close soon, the prophet SAW Selim was a perfect role model in his holyoake in his lap,

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put when filho local person allows the penalty Allah said about him, well in Nikita, Allah holyoake in LVM, you are upon very high status, of quota of characteristics.

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And it was said about him that kind of who are an salatu salam, as as mentioned by his wife, Aisha, she says his characteristics were

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the characteristics that you find emphasized in the Quran, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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implemented them.

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Sophia be create all the law her and her. She said, Model A to A hadn't sent a hold open mid Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Hadith narrated by a football honey that I have never met anyone with better character, more beautiful character than the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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unecessarily Allahu anhu. In a beautiful narration, he says, kind of a pseudo law, he said Allahu alayhi wa sallam mean, sending nursey hodaka.

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And as Allahu anhu. He says, let's talk about ns for a moment. Ns was placed in the service of Rasulullah saw Salam from a young age, his mother from a set, she sent him when he was young boy, maybe like the age of 10 or so. And she said, go serve the Messenger of Allah, Allah, Coby in his service, whatever he tells you to do, do it.

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So he says Allah, He loved him to this icynene He says, I serve the Messenger of Allah for nine years. Man I live to who? Allah lishi in Sana to Lima for Al Qaeda, waka only she intellect to who have left al Qaeda, Al Qaeda said in those nine years, I don't ever know of him once saying, why did you do this and this? Or if I didn't do something? Why didn't you do such and such. Basically reprimanding him, in that way, is a matter of disciplining was gentle and beautiful. They hustled out to a setup. So ns gives us a story one time, he says,

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kind of also, like I said, I mean, I said he knows he hopa that pasar Salaam was of the most beautiful and best of people in manners. And he says, For all sudden Yeoman rehydrate in

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the process, lm sent him to go run some errand, or do some service.

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So he thought in the back of his head that he would do it. But when he went out, he passed by some CBN some young children, well, whom he had I bought his soup and they're playing in the marketplace playing in the street, basically. So he got distracted. He was a young boy too. He starts playing with them.

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Sort of playing with them.

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All of a sudden, he is surprised for either a sterilizer SLM

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coffee, but beauty for a fair Yeah. Meanwhile, he also sent him grabbed him from behind.

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Without him noticing.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, first of all to LA he will Who the heck that I looked at him and he's smiling at me.

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Like, you know what I'm thinking about

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wakaya Oh, nice. His name was NSE called an ace, which is like the sleep. It's like a nickname. You know, when you make a nickname out of someone's name in a gentle manner. He told them either have to hate him or took he said, Did you go to that place that I told you to go? Have you gone yet? So ns said Birla cool to

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have you ever sued Allah? Is it? Yeah, I'm going right now.

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And he went on his way.

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When I sent him found him, he didn't smack him. I thought I told you to go

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Do this you're playing. Why didn't you go? Tell them? Did you go yet? Have you done it yet? They don't know I'm going right now. Okay. No

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matter is all taken care of. Now a to a hidden, the NSA says

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kind of soulless nasty Hold on. He said Sophia said model a two I heard an accent. Hold on me Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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the prophet SAW Selim was very forgiving, very forgiving, and forbearance.

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This is called an Arabic pill, forbearance. Hill.

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Patience is one thing.

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Hill is like a high level of patience. So for example,

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if something challenging happening happens to you,

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you should be patient. Let's say for example, so let's say for example, you're driving and the car breaks down.

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You got to be patient.

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But let's say for example,

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somebody doesn't notice Innocent Mistake, and they bump into you.

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At that moment, you can lose your temper at that person. So this requires forbearance and patience. So not just patience, but Hill you have to overlook the mistakes of others, or the ignorance of others. So those sort of I saw SLM had a lot of hidden female I met him in a lie he

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lindera home, from the mercy of Allah, Allah says and so on.

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From the mercy of Allah that you are gentle with them. When Oh, couldn't afford one variable, I'll be

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the frog boom in Holic.

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A lot of talking to the messenger solara salaam, about those that are around him, you need the companions of Sahaba companions. And he says if you were tough and harsh with them, they would have left you and the companions are the best generation of this oma. Even if you were to even even the companions, if you are tough and harsh, they would have left your site because nobody can be or nobody can be patient or nobody wants to be around someone that has always harsh with others. So nsfx nomadic, that same companion, he says, Come to me Shima and Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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says I was walking with the prophets of Allah to send them

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where are they he will do Nigel and he you know, he will have here

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he is wearing a

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or outer garment.

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From Magellan. Magellan is a region in the south of Arabia.

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little rough on the edges. The type of cloth was very rough

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for America who just ever who just potentially that in turn evolved to allow her to be a Solaris alum. But I thought to be he has she had totally that. So he says a Bedouin man came from behind the Messenger of Allah Samira Salaam and grabbed him from the back of his outer garment grabbed him from the color and pulled so tightly that this rough cloth made a mark in the skin of the profits of alojado salon.

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Because it was a harsh cloth, and this Bedouin man yanked very

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Now imagine if you see someone doing that total supplies lesson. Imagine if you saw someone doing that to your friend

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or your companion or your relative, you would be very angry you would rush to their defense so imagine with the prophets of Allah or the SLM.

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But I found it to be he has yet to read that. I mean, she did he just Betsy he. So McCall. Then he said the man he pulled him by the garbage, made a mark in his skin and he told him what to leave in Medina he lived here in Dec.

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He said command them to give me from the wealth

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that you have that Allah has given you.

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The wealth that Allah has entrusted you with

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Philadelphia to LA so the prophet SAW Selim turned to him.

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So imagine if that happened to you, or I,

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we would probably respond with some

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charged vocabulary words, or maybe

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a strike with the hand perhaps felt fit II for the HCA. Folks I sent him smiled a big smile.

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Not the reaction you would expect

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Mr. Otto your outlot. So then he commanded some of the companions to give him some of the wealth.

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So this man,

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it was from his right to get a portion of wealth. So, the Muslim Ummah, at the time that the nation, they had beta men, props I sell them had wealth that was for the entire society, it would be divided amongst people based on their needs. So this man might have been needing, or he came to get his share, for example, that's besides the point.

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The point is, he didn't have to ask in such a manner. And he didn't have to behave with the pulse salon in such a disrespectful way.

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But yet, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam overlook that because he was out Bobby.

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He was a Bedouin, and he was ignorant and he was harsh. And that's how Bedouins behave. They're rude and ill mannered.

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Even till today, many of them behave that way.

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lack of knowledge and lack of

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manners as well, ill mannered. They grew up in the Bay Area in the desert.

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their teachers are camels and goats. So they learned from the depth of that which was surrounding them. So they were not very civilized. They were not very

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refined in their manners and in their dealings. But the profits that are seldom overlooked that he didn't respond, he didn't shout at him or you know who I am. wasn't like that.

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Give him what he is owed, and let him be on his way. And a smile too, by the way, that's interesting part for buck FL de la he fabric, how many of us would be in probably the best of us would be able to control their tongues in a similar situation, but how many would be able to actually respond with something good?

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It variability here is and respond with that which is better.

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Also from his mercy, a role model in mercy? Well, but also like a lot of Telenor admin allows the penalty I said that you are mercy. Lila el amin, for the for all, living creation, whether they are in origin

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and maybe they're into the Allahu Akbar Al Salam Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam laylat and for Allah ob 18 had us by your carrier will be here

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with you to be here.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stood up one night, a Buddha, Allah be pleased with him. he narrates us that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed one night, the AMA lane, voluntary extra prayers. And the whole night he recited one verse.

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He kept on repeating the same verse and he is was being affected emotionally he was impacted by this verse and he kept on repeating it. And that verse was from sola to the man either from the end of salted Merida into the boom for in the home he badak what in total fear alone for inika Enterprises would hacking

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if you are to punish them.

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This is basically a verse in the end of solo tilma EDA.

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In the context of it,

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this is a statement of ERISA or the sudden resub pneumonia. Jesus.

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Lisa on the Day of Judgment, he says to Allah into the bonfire in the home rebec winterfield lahoma inducted into Aziz will Hakeem

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allows the penetrator asks he says no Maria on the day and Altadena citizen you either hate him into Nila. Did you tell the people take me and my mother as deities to be worshipped besides Allah.

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And so he says ma Volterra home a llama about anybody. I didn't tell people except what you commanded me to tell them

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in control to focus their alimta, if I were to have said it, you would have known that lm o nephin, FC munaf. Enough sick, you know, what is what is concealed within me and I don't know what you have concealed and what you have kept with yourself. Meaning you are all knowing a lot of the semi herbicides or hearing or seeing

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into the boom for unknown

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Imagine if you choose to punish them. They're your servants. Everybody is from

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the rebirth of Allah, everybody is servant of Allah because everybody was created by Allah and everybody is in need of Allah and everybody will eventually go back to Allah, whether they choose to worship a lot or not, everybody is at the end of the day, in that general definition of and we talked about this in sort of 230 when we talked about udia every creation of Allah is in need of Allah is created by alone will go back to him. So in that general sense, they're all they're all a bit of a law they're all servants and in need of Allah. So if you choose to punish them, hey, they're your creation.

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Oh Allah could do with your creation, which you please.

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Well, in toffee lahoma, if you choose to forgive them,

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for inika, Intel as easily Hakeem futures to forgive them, then you are mighty and wise. And Aziz is a

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glorious, meaning that if Allahu soprano to add or the implication of this is that a lot if Allah subhanaw taala were to forgive, it's not decreasing from his status subhanho wa Taala allows the power of data forgiving, if Allah subhanaw taala were to forgive every single human being, for every wrong that they have done, that would not decrease from his status,

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and would not take away from his, from his might, and his glory.

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And that's why the scholars said that this verse concluded with the names of Allah and Aziz of Hakeem mighty glorious and wise.

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Most verses that talk about Allah forgiving, conclude with a photo of him, or Amanda Rahim, the most forgiving, Most Merciful, Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, etc. But this one concluded with and as these are hacking, because the messenger is speaking to Allah and saying, if you choose to forgive them, you are still Aziz, Hakeem. You are still mighty and glorious and most wise, gentle Gerardo furama us all to Yasuda law. So without when the morning came, he asked the Messenger of Allah about this he told him on messenger of Allah magazine that Apollo has he is the head of the Tomica Ruby how it has to do be here. He said the whole night you were reciting the same verse.

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And block out each one repeating over and over again.

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But in the URL to be as origin Scheffer utterly Amati for Barney

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well here an electron insha Allah who demon now you Shrek Bella here as the origin, she

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the Prophet alayhi wa sallam says, I asked Allah subhanho wa Taala

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for shafa for my oma, the prophet, interceded on behalf of his oma and asked to have that intercession goes on the Day of Judgment.

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On the day of judgment, Allah subhanho wa Taala. Allah

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will grant intercession only to those who he gives permission to

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what I want to eliminate Toba

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that only those who are given permission by a lot to do shafaq to intercede on someone else's behalf only they can do Scheffer.

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So this is important because a lot of people ask intercession from those that have died.

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Believing that they are pious, or they are scholars, or maybe they have been, they were prophets. Some people go to what is believed to be the graves of certain prophets. And they go to those graves and they're asking for intercession.

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But the reality is only those who allow some kind of data gave permission for intercession can intercede, just because somebody is pious, or just because somebody was scholarly, or just because somebody was a good person, does it mean that they will be given that permission? So you should ask from Allah only, and on the day of judgment when Allah Subhana Allah

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will gather all people

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and people will be essentially waiting for accountability to begin.

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hisab didn't even start yet.

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didn't begin yet, everyone.

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is just waiting. And it's a tense situation. Some people will be drowning in their sweats

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some people will be shaded they will be under the shade of the throne of Allah subhanahu wa tada

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and so that people will want accountability to begin that waiting is becomes inactive itself too much to handle. You know, like if you're standing in line somewhere you lose patience after a while becomes very frustrating. Like something happened just something. But I'm tired of waiting. What's gonna happen? We don't know. It's very frustrating. And so the people they go to the NBA.

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Who are the best of humans? The best humans are the NBA. So they go to each one can you please beg a lot to begin

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to begin accountability and have one item so they go to Adam. Adam tell them no, no. He's too embarrassed. He can't go. He said a lot forbade me from eating from the tree and I ate from the tree. I'm not gonna stand before a lot right now I'm too shy. They go to New York says no, no, no. What happened with my son? I'm too shy. To ask a lawyer in front of a law. They go to each one of the prophets Moosa. Oh, well, you don't know what I did. I made a mistake. They go Teresa, you know what the people said about me and my mother after I die, I'm not going to go in front of Allah. They're too shy, until they come to or a civilized seminar to sell them. And then also, as I said,

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him, says Anna Anna, I am for this task. And the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam goes in front, or beneath the throne of Allah subhanho wa Taala and makes sujood you prostrates and he makes him and fernette of Allah subhanaw taala in ways that allow was never appraised or thanked before.

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And he remains like that for a long period of time. until Allah Subhana Allah says to him, arafat sec was said it was fair to Scheffer.

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Raise your head on messenger of Allah

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ask whatever you want, it'll be given to you and intercede on anyone's behalf. Your intercession will be accepted.

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And so the prophets that alone Oh Salaam, I mean, he's basically given this blank check from Allah. Ask whatever you want, it'll be given to you.

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And so the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, he responds and he says Almighty Almighty, my own my own intercedes on behalf of his own. And the prophets. I said, I'm sending a hadith that Scheffer it, they are incubating enormity Akuma para salatu salam, that my intercession or for those from my alma that commit two major sins,

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major sins that warrant some type of punishment. The process that I send them intercedes on their behalf

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and allows the panel data forgives. That's why in this narration, the process I send them says, I asked my ob, I asked my lord and master and creator for shefa for intercession for my oma and so he granted me that. That's why after then, what's the data that we make after we hear that

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loan? What about how to determine Salatu Yokoyama, thi Mohammedan Allah see letter, or Leela? or bathroom upon them modality writer,

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or bathroom a common mahamudra,

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delegator raffia and other narration, that elevated status, that mahkamah mode, that praiseworthy station is this that station on the Day of Judgment, where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will be in that place making shefa making intercession for his oma.

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And so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, insha Allah, by the will of Allah that chuffer is for whoever does not commit shit from my own.

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Anyone from this oma of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that doesn't worship other than Allah or worship anyone besides Allah, they will be granted that shofar from rosenwasser Salim insha Allah.

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So now, what is our reaction?

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Sit back and relax.

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Do whatever you want to do, right? Because you have intercession, you have shefa

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hulless you can do whatever you on.

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You're fine. All right.

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No, that's called playing games. That's called being arrogant. It's called playing games with Alon his Dean. And those that play games with one his Dean. They're in a very bad situation.

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You think Abubakar and Omar had that attitude of molecular hammer they were from the Ashleigh mobile Sheila bilgin. There are these companions that the boss has explicitly said

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Well, they were alive. The process explicitly said they are from the people of Jenna.

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They could have taken it easy for the rest of their life.

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Imagine what Abubakar was taught, or did you hear what the messenger Allah said about you hear from the people of Hamas? Relax,

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take it easy. But Abu Bakar they told him When will you relax? He said, When both of my feet are in general,

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not one of them when both of them are in general, then I can relax.

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And this is someone who has given glad tidings of Jenna, you and me. We didn't get those glad tidings. We have the glad tidings of the chef of the prophesied center. We have the promise of Allah, that those who believe in Allah and the Last Day and do good deeds, they will be from the people of genda we just got to keep our side of the bargain.

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We have to keep our side

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of the bargain play. We will stop here today in sha Allah. give you guys a few minutes to get ready for Salatin raesha renew your will do if you need to. If anybody has any questions, you may ask some questions. And we will begin we will continue next week. Speaking about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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as a role model we will talk about how he dealt

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with his family and his relatives and those around him.

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That's the first chapter or the second chapter of the book. So we will continue

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with that section next week in Sharla. Tara, how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam dealt with people?

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May Allah subhana wa tada bless us to listen for the best of what we hear. May Allah subhanaw taala gather us with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the highest levels of gender are those sort of La Silla Mubarak era and abena Muhammad Ali you also have your cinema to CMYK era so cannot be calibrated here male seafood ceremonial, more serene. hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen saramonic Rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh

Breeze Of Mercy – The Prophet’s Dealing with Others. By Sh. Mohammed Mana

In this talk sheikh Mohammed explains to us how the Prophet SAWS dealt with people.

Oct 5, 2016

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