Tafsir Last Two Verses Of Surat Al Baqarah

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A Shining Light: Tafsir Of The Last Two Verses Of Surat Al Baqarah By Sh. Mohammad Mana

Dated: Oct 21, 2016 @ IIOC

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llamada de la magenta huzzah Hello entity journal has an EDA sheet to seller We begin by thanking and praising Allah subhana wa Tada. And we beseech him to send us peace and blessings upon the last and final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and upon his family and his companions and all those who follow his tradition, until the end of time.

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Though the last time I was here with you all, we went over some meanings and some reflections from a verse in solo tilba referred to as a courtesy.

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And we spoke about it in some length. And

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tonight, we want to spend some time with the last few verses of this same chapter of salted bacala, which is chapter number two. And this chapter is the longest chapter in the Quran.

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It's in the beginning, in terms of the order of the bottle, and it's the second chapter, it has within it, the longest verse in the Quran known as a to Dane, and it has the greatest verse in the Quran ITIL kursi, which we spoke about last time. And it concludes with two very special verses that we begin with tonight, and we will spend some time with it.

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I think the title was to see it of the last two verses, perhaps that was a bit of an overstatement. on my part, I think it would be better to say we are just the greatest house on reflection, I try to understand generally what these verses are, without getting too academic or too in depth so that we may forget the overall meanings. And there's a reason why I wanted to begin since after hedge now that we've resumed regularly the Friday night program, or at least I have with you all that we did it kursi and now these last two verses have sorted out and then in the future gatherings that I will have with you we will continue with a particular theme. And that theme is certain verses or certain

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parts of the Quran that are very special and important for us to memorize because we will need to respect

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like them regularly, we will need to be reciting them regularly as part of our account as part of our remembrance of Allah who subhana wa Tada, or our daily devotionals, as, as one of the Imams referred to it as some of remembrance of Allah that we do on a regular basis. So for example, there is a there is a special supplications to make before going to sleep. And part of that is I took Lucy we talked about that last time, there are special supplications to make in the morning time and in the evening of cuddle somebody mess up. And these verses are old parts of these collections of supplications that we should be making regularly. So because we are expected to be doing it

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regularly, it would be wise for us to memorize, but not only memorize but internalize and understand what exactly it is that we are reciting.

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And on top of that, is that these verses are important when it comes to fortifying and protecting ourselves and our families and our households. And there are a number of narrations to that effect. We mentioned some regarding aids includesthe. With regards to these last couple of verses of salted abakada the profits of the longer it was seldom said in authentic hadith that men para Houma La La teen Kavita the process that I'm said, Whoever recites these two verses, in their evening time, it will be sufficient for that person, these two verses will be sufficient, meaning it will suffice to offer this person protection from a lot at safety, from forces that which you can see, and that

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which you cannot see. Because when we want to protect ourselves, it's not just about what you see with your eyes, or what you can touch with your hand. One of my teachers used to always repeat, what you don't see is far more than what you do see. So there are a lot of other creations. Some that we can see and others that we don't we'll spend some time talking about that a bit when we talk about the angels. And within these different creations, there are good amongst them. And there are also the opposite of that evil amongst them as well. So we want to be protected from that which we can see and that which we cannot see. And we seek protection from along somehow with Allah. And we part

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of one of the ways of doing that is by reciting these specific verses that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught us to recite, to be protected. So that's why it's important that we memorize these verses and understand them.

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The process and I've also said in another Hadith, that, that in the household that these verses are read, if they are read three nights in a row, that children will not come close to that house. And there are some other variations to this effect, as well. These are the last couple of verses of Psalm chapter two, verse 285, and

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286. And that's the last verse of sort of bacala. But actually, when we began this lecture today, and I wanted to recite these verses, we actually started with the third to last verse from from a number 284. Even though we are talking specifically about the last to the verse before it is related, and it's a good precursor and good introduction to these verses. So we will begin from there from verse number 284. allows the panel to add ss lahemaa SMRT when I fill out

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Allah subhanaw taala said, whatever is in the heavens, and the earth belongs to God and whether you reveal or conceal your thoughts, God will count you to account for them.

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You have seen you can be healer, God will call you to account for them.

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Which is very interesting, right?

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That's very interesting. Let me read it to you again. If you didn't notice what was just said.

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Whatever is in the heavens, and the earth belongs to God and whether you reveal or conceal this translation says your thoughts. God will call you to account for them waiting to be do Matthew and Lucy como to foo that which Murphy emphasis on that which is within you, your thoughts, your feelings, whether you conceal them or reveal them, God will call you to account.

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Does that sound interesting to anybody?

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Hmm.

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What do you think when you hear that?

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Be honest. Let's see what what

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comes to mind, whether what you have inside whether you reveal it or conceal it, God will call you to account. Yes.

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Hmm.

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Okay, so we're getting to that point. You're racing ahead of us. Just with this over here. What would be let's say you don't know anything else. You just hear this. What's your initial reaction?

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Yes.

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Somebody raise their hand there.

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Yes.

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There is kind of scary, right? That's pretty intense. Well, you know what the companions when they first heard this themselves, they reacted in the same way. So when I send them first received the this verse and he recited it, right after it was revealed. What was the sahabas reaction? They broke down crying.

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They're like, that's it. We're finished.

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We will be held to account whether we reveal or conceal it, oh, you're done. What are you going to do?

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So they came to the office, I sent them and they complained to the profits of the law where it was in them. And

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the professor told them, the prophet SAW Selim said to them,

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he said to them, this is revelation. It just came down right. Post I sent him said, say, he told them say, Samir, no Aparna

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let your response be, you know, you might not understand this right now. But let your response be. We listen. We follow and we obey.

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jabril la ceram came and revealed the remaining the remainder of the versus

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so God will call you to account for them, He will forgive whoever he wills and punish whoever he wills. He has power over all things than the very next verse which was revealed right after that. The messenger believes in what has been sent down to him from his Lord, as do the faithful. They all believe in God, His angels, his scriptures and his messengers. We make no distinction between any of his messengers, they say, we hear and obey.

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So beautiful that what the Pope says to them commanded them to do was a prophecy of the very next verse that was to be revealed saints I'm here now Aparna, what do we learn from this experience right here, the first thing we learn is how to engage how to deal with revelation. That's the first thing that we learned from this encounter.

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We might read something we might come across something from Revelation could be in the Quran, or in the tradition of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And it might not make sense to us. It might not make sense, we might not understand it, or it might seemingly be scary. Or it might seemingly be inconsistent with something we might have heard or thought.

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We are dealing with revelation. So our initial reaction should be

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similar, no, apply. Now, realize that we are dealing with revelation, we're not dealing with some random piece of literature that we picked up, you know that some other human being, we are dealing with revelation, why meaning it came from our Creator, it came from our Creator, so we got to give it time. Perhaps there is something we haven't learned yet. Perhaps there's something we haven't discovered yet. Perhaps there's something we haven't understood. You know, sometimes things can be very, it could make sense, but I just haven't understood it yet. It doesn't, with my wiring, I didn't figure it out yet. It might take some time. So when we're dealing with revelation, when we're

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dealing with what, hey, we need to slow down and understand first and foremost that this is exactly that it's working. It's from Allah, from our Creator and the creator of everything in the heavens in the earth. And Allah subhana wa tada created us for a purpose. So let me give this some time. Let me research Let me ask

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end. The answers are there, but perhaps I haven't found them yet. So that's the first thing that we can take from this. Now to understand that a lot begins is reversed First of all, by reminding us of his might, and his power and he now he may have his similarity or method to a lot of belongs everything that is in the heavens and the earth,

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reminding us who is the creator and who

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Put us here in the first place to really put things into perspective. So let us have that at the very beginning of our mindset. Now we're going to be doing IBM fusi come out of who you have Siebel combi Hilah. Okay. So we're talking about inner thoughts, okay. Or in Arabic, sometimes they refer to them as whole outlet. Okay, there is a thought you have an inner thought, who here does not have inner thoughts?

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Anybody?

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That's what I that's what I guessed. Everybody does. It's human nature. That's how we are made. As a matter of fact, sometimes you can't even control you know, how fast your mind moves. That's how we were created and lots of content created us with this powerful intellect. It's amazing. It's a it's miraculous, and it moves very fast. And so we have certain and sometimes you can't control it. Right. So if I'll give you an example.

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I'll give you an example. Okay.

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I'm gonna say a word.

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You guys ready? Okay.

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Apple.

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Raise your hand if you thought of the color red.

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Okay, raise your hand if you thought of green. Raise your hand if you thought of. What other colors apples coming.

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Yellow. Which apples are yellow.

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golden yellow. And the red ones are gala apples. Which ones are Fuji apples.

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Huh?

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pinkish. Wow. Okay, who thought of juice?

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Nobody. First thing I think it was apple juice. Oh, but okay. So you think of it? What are some other things that popped in your mind when I said apple? Oh, did somebody think of somehow I forgot about our new generations. Right? All you old school folks. You're thinking about fruits and food? Who thought of an electronic? Yeah, there you go.

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Folks.

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Okay, what are the some what are some of the things you thought? Uh huh. Good. You just like sweet, good. I want it. Let me get an I wasn't thinking of an apple. Now you're making me crave it. Thank you. Let me leave the class and go get an apple. Right. Okay. So can you control that?

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You couldn't control that? I just said a word. I didn't do anything to you. I just said one word, a PPO, five letters, and your minds went all over the place. Right. But that's how the mind works. That's how the mind operates. It's miraculous. It's amazing. It's a blessing.

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So these inner thoughts that we are to be held to account for, okay.

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What does it mean? You have simple can be Hilah, you have simple can be Hilah.

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First of all, let's look at this word, your hands he will come he will hold you to sell. What does he mean?

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With translation here is to be held to account. okay to be held to account. He said is they say reckoning as well, when you will be questioned about something? Did you do this? Did you not do this? Why did you do this? How did you do this? That's pretty sad. When you're, you know, like you're in a courtroom. And you're going through you're being asked all these questions. That's pretty sad. You're being held to account. Okay.

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This guy scholars, they said that thoughts of different types. If, as our sister clarified for us, because the versus general, if an action is taken,

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if an action is taken upon this thought, then there will be reward or punishment based on the action. So if it's a good action, there will be word Say for example, I said Apple, you thought about Apple, you went you got an apple and you gave it to somebody as a gift. You said this is a gift for you. The reward in that or not? There's a reward. But what if somebody I said apple and somebody thought of, I don't know, I think of something negative? Somebody thought of a prank, right? So they go and buy all these apples and they start throwing them at people's windows or something. Is that a good thing?

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That very good. Yes. Excellent. No Good job. Don't feel shy those the right answer and good timing to

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know that's not a good thing. Don't do that.

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So but if a person does go and do that, then that's a problem.

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That they will be held accountable for that the thought itself.

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If it's a thought that we cannot control, it's something that comes into mind that we cannot control, and it's something bad. Then again, we have to clarify. If there is a desire to do it, then there's this app for it. So say somebody thinks of let's use the same example so we don't get too creative. So I say Apple, you guys think about buying a barrel of apples and playing pranks and throwing them at people's windows right? That thought now

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If you stop yourself right there, you say, oh, bad thought, not gonna do that move on with my life. Good, no problem. But if a person sits there and you start thinking, oh man, with me, which apples Am I going to get? And then how am I going to do it in the car? Well, and you start thinking about this, and you start thinking, Oh, that would be really funny, and you start laughing, and you're and then maybe you might laugh out loud, you know, this is you start fantasizing desiring to do it like, man, even if you don't do it, but you think to yourself, Man, I wish I could do that, that would be so much fun. That is also a thought that you will be held accountable for you say, but I didn't do

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it. Well, there was a desire to do it know, the accountability in the sight of Allah is not the same as if you did it. Now obviously, a person who carries out their action, their, their accountability with a law will be much greater. But having that desire to do something negative or bad or evil or harmful, is a thought that we will be held to account for. That's why we need to manage our thoughts. Some people say control your thoughts, maybe manage them, you know, we might not be able to necessarily control that they popped into our mind. But we can make a conscious choice whether to dwell upon it or not. That is something we do have control over. Just sit and dwell over something

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bad. That is something we in fact, have control over. You come and say, You know what, I don't have any control. Just this thing came into my head, I saw something I heard something, this bad idea came into my head, this sinful act came into my mind, okay, now what are you going to do? control that thought, move on, busy yourself with something else, busy yourself with something good, internalize that this isn't something good that I should do and move on. But if there's dwelling upon it, then that is something inappropriate. So this is where that he said comes. Now let us read to the end of the verse and see the answer. He said, he said, again, we said reckoning, when you're

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questioned about something, okay, when you are questioned, you're held to account. But does he sab? Here's a question. He said, that reckoning process does not necessitate punishment. Meaning is there definitely hisab there's going to be there's going to be punishment. Yes or no?

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Not necessarily. Where did you get that from? What's your proof?

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That's a draw. I mean, May Allah forgive you and me and all of us? What's the proof? Somebody said no over here to who said no?

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Yes. What's the deal? What's the proof?

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That she's up Elisa, will I still zimmel rapoza. He said, accountability does not necessitate that there will be punishment. What's your proof?

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Anybody know the answer?

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A lot. hawkwell. We need to have prizes.

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chocolates.

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Just keep reading the end of the verse.

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Allah bless you rather, just keep reading to the end of the verse. Your house, it can be Hilah then what comes next? fail funeral Lima Yeshua, oh, your as the woman Yeshua, he will forgive whoever he wills and punish whoever he wills.

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Not everyone that is held to account will be punished. So a lot of believers, a lot of people that are Muslim that I've submitted to the will of Allah, we all make mistakes. Some of these mistakes, we might not have repented from them. So when we meet a lot, we will be asked about this. Does that mean that for sure you will be punished? Not necessarily, not necessarily for your funeral even while you're asleep woman Yeshua and Allah subhanaw taala. When we're talking about here, this is an important point we should clarify.

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When we are talking about that, which is between you and your Creator,

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okay, that relationship, and the requirements of that relationship are based on the premise of a law being the most merciful and most forgiving. Does that make sense? Anybody not understand that?

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Okay, one more time, when we're talking about you and your Creator, between me and Allah, with regards to what Allah commanded me to do with regards to his rights upon me,

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what I need to do in terms of my commandments, in terms of allows rights upon me, okay, that's based on the premise of lobbying, Most Merciful and most forgiving.

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Let's take it one step further. When it comes to my relationship with you,

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or one individual's relationship with the other. That's based on the premise of justice and accountability. Does that make sense? Okay, let's give an example.

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Allah Subhana Allah commanded you to fast,

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okay? mandatory fast is when in the month of Ramadan, somebody comes in Ramadan, they don't fast.

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They don't do it not because they're ill or they have some excuse. They just don't do it. laziness or I don't care, whatever, they don't do it.

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So when this person meets Allah

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that relationship is based on the premise of forgiveness, meaning a lot can forgive and he can punish. And the assumption of Allah is Allah is the most forgiving, Most Merciful.

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So there is mushiya and you're under the will of Allah subhanaw taala, he can forgive you or he can hold you accountable for that mistake. But let's say you wronged another person, okay?

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You wrong you oppress another person. For example, you lie about some person, you say, brother, so and so sister so and so they are dot, dot dot for the don't fill in the blank, whatever, okay. And it's a lie, you've wronged them.

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Now, Allahu soprano dad is forgiveness for you is contingent upon that person forgiving you. So when you come on the Day of Judgment, it's not about Oh, law, you're the most merciful. We know it was the most merciful, but right now you have wronged another individual. So you need to be forgiven for that person. What if that person doesn't forgive? How was that settled on the day of judgment because everything will be settled on a piano. It's settled in the currency of sanity and so yet the currency of good deeds and bad deeds, right, so people that are wronged, they will, they will

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take the good deeds of their oppressor. And if that person runs out of the currency, they run out of their good deeds, then allows them to add it will transfer the bad deeds from the one who is wrong then it will be on the record of the wrongdoer.

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So your fellow human Yeshua, will your entity will make a shot Allah subhanaw taala is most forgiving. Again, this means between what is between us and a lot, yes.

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Allahu Allah. Let us continue. Yeah.

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No, General.

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General Xochimilco, and he's asking for the reason for for revelation.

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Not all verses, we have a specific

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reason for revelation. And sometimes we have context. So in the beginning, oh, you came in, you came in a few minutes late. That's why you missed it. In the beginning, no, it's okay. It's fine. But in the beginning, we said how, when the companions first heard this, they were overwhelmed. And so they were crying. And they went to the process and to complain in the process of them said, oops, I meant no Alpina. And then the remaining verses were revealed, in which that phrase is mentioned. We can speak more about that in the end and charlo. Tana.

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So is it clear what thoughts we are held accountable for and which ones we are not? Okay.

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Yes.

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Yes, no, we said, if a person does not take action, you're not accountable. But if a person dwells upon it, or desires to do it, and it's bad, it's negative, it's blameworthy, then yes, there is accountability for that.

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So that's what we mentioned, sometimes thoughts come into our mind without our control. And it could be something bad, but it is our choice whether we dwell upon them and desire to do that. Do you see the distinction? So a lot of times, things come into our minds that we did not

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think of whispers of shame on you see something, you know, there are all kinds of ways information penetrates our mind. And sometimes it's subconscious. You don't even realize it. And you find yourself thinking about something like, Man, that's terrible. But if we have if we control and manage and focus on that, which is good, that's good, that if we draw upon it, and we desire it, even though it is wrong, it is held on to something sinful, then that's where there will be accountability.

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Oh, yeah. So, the sister is giving the example of controlling your gaze, for example, you see, you look upon something which is not permissible to look at, right. So, I mean, it could have just come into your line of vision. It's not in your control, but if you sit there, glaring or staring or and then you start desiring to do something that which is inappropriate or impermissible, then that's where there is a

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accountability, Allahu Allah.

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Feel free to leave me a shot while you're at the booming Asha and diverse concludes with Allahu Allah quilici in Kadir will longer either quilici in Padilla. Allah has power over all things and it's beautiful how this verse began with Allah subhanaw taala telling us about Allah He Matthew somehow it all matches up to Allah belongs all with within the heavens and the earth and the verse concludes with Allahu Allah coalition Padilla, Allah has power over all things, we begin and conclude the verse with a reminder of Allah Subhana to add us might and control soprano which are the most high most exalted.

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Then we enter the last two verses, which are the ones we actually wanted to spend time with me that was soon to be my only to lay him up what B he will mean on the messenger believes in what has been sent down to him from his Lord as do the faithful as do the believers. And that was to do we're gonna have tidbits of little bit little dots of Arabic grammar here. And I'm gonna do is this in the past tense, present tense or future tense?

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past tense? Yes. Okay. I'm gonna assume this is in the past tense, we call it Arabic, mildly, very mildly, in the past tense, the messenger.

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Note in the translation, it says the messenger believes in the messenger believes in Now, sometimes in Arabic rhetoric, in Arabic Bulava. Sometimes, you can use the past tense, the amount Li to refer to something that is guaranteed that is with strength that has, like, for example, give you an example in English.

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Let's say the brother asks me for a favor. He says Mohamed, can you do me a favor? I said yes. He says, When brother Ahmed comes in, please tell him I'm waiting for him in the office. Okay, let's say you asked me for that favor. Okay. Brother Sharif says when it comes to him, I'm waiting in the office. Can you do me a favor? What do I respond with?

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Hmm, what's one way that sometimes in English, even we we respond?

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Hmm. That's not English. What kind of English is that?

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No, I yeah, you can say I will. There's no wrong answer. But I'm looking for a particular answer. Yes. Sure. No, yeah, you can say that. But

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you want him to know that? Don't even think about that. It'll be taken care of. What do you tell him? It's done. Who said that? Who said? Yeah, it's done. He says, Listen to me a favor. Very important. Please tell him I'm waiting for in the office. I said it's done.

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Did I tell him that? Did I deliver the message yet? No, I didn't do it. But I told you it's done while the cost.

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So it was not a lie. No, it's not a lie. But you basically use the past tense to basically I want you to feel guaranteed that I will take care of this task that will do this for you for you. You can be sure that whenever it walks in, I'm going to deliver the message Sam is done. So in the same way, in Arabic, sometimes we do that sometimes you use the past tense to say how something is done.

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So don't be mad at him or what he will mean on the messenger has believed believes is the is the meaning. But the past tense is used as if to say believe to show that is done. And the believers won't mean so the messenger and the believers believe in what they believe in what has been sent down to him. The messenger believes I'm going to assume he meant what be the messenger believes in what has been sent down to him from his Lord, as do the believers, the moon, you and I believe in what has been set down from our Rob, what does that mean?

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Rob means Illa what is Rob literally mean?

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Okay, we're using it to refer to Allah. What does it mean? Yes.

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Master? Yes. sustainer? Yes. Before sustainer What do you have?

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owner? creator. Yes, all of these are manifestations of the Word of God. So it deals with a lot in his lordship, as the creator as sustainer, all of these things, okay. All of these things are mentioned linguistically, linguistically in the Arabic language because you can use to refer to other than a lot in language when you're talking linguistically speaking.

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Okay, but it has to be in Arabic, we say, Milan.

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Write it has to be correlated with something. So it has to be, for example, the log of, for example, in Arabic a common phrases, we see a lot of booty baits, a lot of the house, the robe of the house, kind of like how we say if you live in an apartment building and your sink doesn't work, who do you call?

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You call the land, Lord. Right? Are you actually referring to the person in charge of the Lord and you're gonna worship them? No, I mean, I hope not. Please don't do that. I wouldn't be right. But this is a word, right? Just like a dog, you're referring to? owner, someone who's in charge. Right? That's linguistically what it means. Then when we use Rob to refer to allow we're talking about Allah as a creator as a sustainer it's cetera. MIT won't be he won't be known. So the believers

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You know, there's another example of of this past tense being used, which is really nice. In sort of to me noon,

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so you know, who can tell us how Soto to the moon begins with chapter of the believers. What chapter number is that? Huh? What chapter number? Is it?

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18. Yeah, you think so? We're sure?

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Is it 8123? Is that a guess?

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Okay. So tell me the chapter they believe or someone will look it up for us. How does it begin?

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Aflac. Hell not me noon. Okay. For those that don't speak Arabic, again. What tense is this in?

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18. Past tense, but means it definitely has happened.

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Now that's very classical Arabic. I don't think even in the Arabic households here. We use the word odd. You know, mom asks the child, did you clean your room? To me? Nobody says that, you know, oh, he does that. If your child does do that, you should you give him give him her real her prize. You know, even if they didn't clean there

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is so much emphasis. So Allah says, God help me noon, the believers already succeeded.

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Now this success, ultimately is talking about agenda. But we didn't get there yet. So how is the law telling us something has happened when it hasn't happened yet? Again, it's to show the guaranteed factor. That will not mean if they do what you're supposed to do. they've succeeded. Done deal.

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Done deal. Okay. But after the honeymoon.

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I'm in the lawsuit up mountains in LA he mill lobby, mill lobby he okay. We talked about Rob. Okay. Now, there is something called robu. BIA the Lordship of Allah. Okay.

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Every there is there's a general rule here and there's specific one, the general one applies to every single thing that is created, that's created. Every creation falls under the general sense of rubia. When we talk about a lot as an owner, right, a lot as a creator, everyone falls under that. What's the proof for that? insalata Miriam

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insalata. Miriam, what's the verse?

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In kulu, Memphis senapati will utterly in love to wash money after

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everything in kulu everything that is in December 2012 in the heavens and the earth is before Allah as a

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servant in the state of servitude. Now, when you're a state of servitude, you are owned, okay, a lot as our Creator is our owner, let us not think about servitude when there is one human is enslaved by another because that is not animagus it's not a proper analogy, and perhaps we should have a whole discussion talking about that.

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inshallah, in the future, okay, so everybody has this now. That's the general sense. Now, within that creation, there are some of the creation that choose to willfully submit, they recognize a lot of my Creator, my sustainer and he is the only one worthy of Me to worship and then they do it. Now they have attained the specific obeah where they have a firm that of Allah Subhana Allah and given him his right. What do you want me to and couldn't have known Amina Billa he will murder equity he will go to be heroes Holy Land avena Heidi millball sorry.

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They all believe in God and Allah, His angels, his scripts

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And his messengers, we make no distinction between any of his messengers. You guys know the what they say are kind of pillars of email and the pillars of faith. Yeah. How many are they?

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Six?

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Sure.

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Five,

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five or six?

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Uh huh. Okay, five pillars of Islam. Six Pillars of email. Make sure we're on the same page here. Okay. What are they? Who can tell us what they are?

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Somebody that hasn't spoken yet. If you don't raise your hand, we'll pick on you. Who can tell us what the six pillars of emotion are? Did you already said something before? Right? I want somebody new. There you are in the red shirt. What's your name?

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Adam, I'm sorry. It's just it's just you walked in and you were walking? You were standing up? I had to pick on you. Can you tell us the six pillars of amen?

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There's five. Uh huh.

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So we just finished that discussion I come into what are they?

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Uh huh.

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Okay, those are five. Okay.

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Islam an Amen. Are they synonymous? Or are they different?

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Hmm.

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They're different. Who says they're different?

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Who says they're the same?

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Who says they're the same?

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They're both.

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They're the same, and they're different.

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Who can solve this riddle for us? You can solve the riddle for us. Yes.

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Masha, Allah, he just told us the Pillars of Islam. zakka lokalen.

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You're close to solving the riddle, but not just there yet.

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They say when Islam and Amen. These two terms are mentioned together. They refer to different things.

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But when they are mentioned separately of one another, they can be synonymous.

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When they're mentioned together, they have their own pillars. What brother Adam shared with us, and what's your name? And what I had shared with us are the five pillars of Islam, five pillars of Islam. And there are six pillars of emotion. Now that were mentioning them together, Islam is referring to the external the outwardly actions and Eman are referring to the internal beliefs clear. So what are the six pillars of a man who can tell us? I think you raise your hand earlier. Yes, yes.

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Yes.

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Well, he wish me luck lucky. So to believe in Allah and His angels and his books, his scriptures all the scriptures that Allah revealed

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was God and His messengers will Yeoman acid and the last day well, he was early and predestination

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the good of it and the evil

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Okay. Are all of these mentioned here in these verses? Were talking to me and I will assume you are all six mentioned.

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Yes, they are.

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Okay, show us where they are. Read it to us. And also Ruby Mountains either LA or what be wellmune colonna Billahi min ash at wakatobi Rasul II

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fiver how many

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five what's the fifth?

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Where is whereas the woman after?

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She will almost have to live in America.

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Hmm. For Well, actually, there's more than de la nefaria Cobain de Muro. Sorry, Baku. Sameer and now what

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the scholars said this phrase semi now Aparna refers to

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other lady who are surely because how do you respond to other one Allah under Allahu amercia and you respond with Listen, we obey. So they said this phrase refers to radiosurgery.

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And as for Yeoman akkad

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it's not mentioned explicitly, but it is mentioned generally when Allah subhanho wa Taala when we have in the verses asking Allah for forgiveness,

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These are the six pillars of email.

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Let's begin with the so we talked about email Nabila, we've talked about it in other gatherings, and

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who is a lot. Listen to the last. The first one in this series The reflection on is of courtesy. Because the whole idea of courtesy, the whole verse is talking about who Allah is. belief in Allah subhanaw taala, believing in Him and obeying Him, and loving alone soprano, tada, woman equity. We don't talk too much about the angels very often, right? Who are the mother? aka who are the angels?

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Were supposed to believe in them. Right? You just mentioned you guys agreed that it's one of the pillars of email. So it's one of the pillars of Amen. Something we have to internally believe in. Right? So you guys all believe in America. Okay, so Who are they? Who is it America?

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So you're mentioning some names? jabril. So I feel so okay. Those are all America.

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How many are there?

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Not too many.

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Okay, who are the America who can tell us who they are?

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Huh?

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service, okay, generally, he's referring to what we said earlier how everything that is created by Allah is in the palm of media that is in the station of servitude to Allah okay. More specifically, the maraca or messengers of Allah messengers, they are given specific tasks and they carry them out layer soon Allahumma Mo Mo, Mo, they don't disobey a lot what He commands them to do, and they do as they are told to do. The angels are what are they made of?

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They're made of light No, no doesn't mean that they're made the light from the outside from the throne of Allah subhanaw taala. And if you want to know about the aos, then check the last lecture in itad cracy. We talked about it. They're made of light from the outside from the throne of Allahu subhana wa Tada. And a lot created them before the gin and the ins before the gin and the

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gin and the human beings. The menarik are also on levels, different levels.

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Lavina Joby Runa Alisha, woman Hello. Referring to the angels in solo solo moment, Allah tells us the angels that are carrying the throne of Allah subhanaw taala and those others around them.

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Elisha woman Whoa. So they are of different levels.

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And they are given different tasks. They are assigned a lump sum count that assigns them with different tasks. What are some tasks that the angels have? Who can tell us? Yes? Uh huh. Recording, writing everything that we do. Everything that we do that is one of the tasks Yes. What else?

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Hmm.

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So the souls either removing them from the bodies or placing them in as well?

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Yeah, so in the womb, for example, when a baby when there is a fetus, and then after some time that it will have a boy who have the soul into it. One of the angels that participated in this task was Who do you believe in When did this happen? Who can tell us when you been brought

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mentioned in the Quran? A special person, huh?

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Lisa, Lisa, what is the version sort of medium?

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color in Santa Ana Rasulullah bikini, para que la man zakia the angel came told to said to Miriam, that I am a messenger for Allah to give you the good news of a of a boy of a child by him. Yes, Tony.

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Yeah, delivers a message that's also specifically specifically what kind of message How about what a revelation? One of the tasks of the angels is to deliver revelation or Mecca and the best thing you can do mahalo in our hand only will a hijabi Oh, you will see that as soon and so it's no human being interacts directly with a lot except if a lot reveals to that person.

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And Allah mentions different ways, either from behind a hijab from behind a veil or screen or barrier or Allah will send to them a messenger, it will send to them a messenger, ie the angels and who is the messenger that delivered way? Again, Djibril.

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So we keep, you know, in generally carrying out the orders of Allah subhanho wa Taala. We keep hearing about Djibouti. Who is Djibouti

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chabrier Allahi Salaam is the remember how we said they're on different levels? Yes. jabril Allah histogram is the greatest of the angels in terms of status in terms of status problem. He's the greatest of the angels. Just like between the profits, there are levels we'll talk about the profits coming along said to cut rasuluh. For

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Alabama, we have preferred some of the messengers over others, just like how a lot preferred some people over others and a lot preferred some months over other months and some days over other days, etc. We lift up a lot creates whatever he wills and he chooses and selects from his creation as He wills gibreel he said about God, that He is the first one to hear Allah subhana wa Tada. A lot called out into the heavens and Giblin was the first to hear and the first one to rise up He is also the one deliver delivers way gibreel Elisa Lam is defended by a law in V. Or an It was said that a group of people came to Mohammed Salah Salem and told him where are you getting this thing that you

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are reciting this message that you are saying, who is bringing? He said gibreel is delivering it to me from Allah. They said we don't we don't like to be they said some bad things about this angel Djibouti. So Allah subhanaw taala they said he is our enemy. He is our I do so Allah revealed installa tillbaka What did he say?

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When can I do when? Legion Rila for inner hoonah Zilla who Allah will become ILA whoever is an enemy to gibreel and he is revealing what he's revealing upon your heart by the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala and Allah is the enemy of the disbelievers. So we believe in all of the angels, who is another famous angel

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is Seraphin. Who is a Salafi.

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Yes.

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The one who blows in the trumpet, yes, when are when are these blows going to happen?

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Yes, so there will be a blow from Islamic theme

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in which

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everyone, all of the creation basically

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passed away and then there will be another blow when they're all resurrected. It's that I feel

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he's mentioned to be the greatest of the angels in size and stature.

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comes in a hadith the prophet SAW Selim says that he was shown

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that he saw only a portion of his Salafi. And that was my Bina checkmated Ooh, and he wear it

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between his ear lobe and shoulder, but it was the only part that he could see, because he was much greater. This description also comes in another heading of the process. lm says alvina Lee, I have been given permission

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at the head death to speak about one of the angels of him editor Ouch. One of the angels that carry the throne, ma baina Shaka mighty O'Donoghue it between his ear lobe and shoulder is the distance that you would travel, if you were to travel for 700 years of non stop.

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Should I say it again? The distance that you would traverse over 700 years mercy Allah, it will come about earlier salatu salam. So this tells us that the that's just one portion that tells us how Yeah, and you can't even fathom right? And Allah Allah is greater than that. And Allah Subhana Allah is

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an album is the greatest and greater than all of his creation. So kind of who what are the other angels? We have? Mika, for example, given with the task of what

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huh?

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Yes, or distribution of an array of arrays of sustenance. There is also another angel, who else

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Hmm.

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The one who has the keys to Agenda What's his name?

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Well, one, yes. What about the opposite? May Allah enter us all into gender? What about the one who has the keys to gender? Allah? May Allah protect us from Jenna Malik when I do? Yeah, madikwe. They called out to Malik.

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There are also angels that will come to us in our grave.

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Moon Corona que okay. These are some of the angels we believe in all of the angels we do not say anything disrespectful

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about them, and all of their profits and all of these scriptures matter. It gets to be the books of Allah subhanaw taala all the scriptures everything that Allah subhana wa tada revealed.

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There were many revelations prior to the origin and many of the messengers

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Received revelation. We believe in all of them, we believe that allows the parent to either revealed what he gave revelation scripture to those NBR. Do we have those scriptures?

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Do we have those scriptures?

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You have an ingenious liberato somebody has it.

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We don't have them anymore. We don't have them anymore. That which has remained is

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perhaps parts of it that have been

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mixed with a lot of parts that are not from Revelation.

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And we don't have the

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measuring stick clear to us to discern what was delivered revealed by Alan what was not, but we do believe that it was revealed. We also affirm and understand that historically it was tampered with Miss translated misquoted and we don't have any revelation in the original language that it was revealed in except the or and, by the way, here's an important point.

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Folks along sub panel data in the portal and promised to preserve that hold on

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Yes or no?

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Where's the proof for that?

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in national nacinda, Ico in Nevada, feeling Yes.

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Good.

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Loves apparently out, I said and we will preserve it. So along with a panel with data assume the responsibility of preservation of the whole on all of us all of the efforts are simply that efforts to be part of that process. But allow us a penalty Allah promised in guaranteed that the Quran will remain until the end of time. Allah subhanaw taala did not make that promise for any of the previous scriptures. As a matter of fact, the opposite allows the parents out have told us in sorta till now that he tasked the people specifically speaking about bending assault in with preserving their texts. And that wasn't fulfilled completely. So the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala has promised to

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preserve it. Why? Because the previous scriptures were sent to specific people at a specific time and specific place. And the plan was meant to be the last of washing the last of revelations, the last of revelations and that's why lots of data promised and guaranteed to preserve until the end of time

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could to be heat will also lay the messengers. Now

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how many Rasul messengers are there?

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Too many?

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Yes.

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Russell?

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That's awesome. We'll get to that. How many rows and how many messengers are there? Yes.

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Over 2000 Okay, what are their let's get let's hear some more numbers.

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60 something?

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Okay.

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Anything else? Also,

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when you messengers, somebody asked here, the ones in the Quran? Who asked that question? You asked that question. Okay, since you volunteered yourself, how many are mentioned in the Quran? 25. So you're telling me there's more than that. There? Yes. So that means you know, okay, so whoever said less than 25 the sister has not corrected you. In mentioned in the Quran, but there are more that are not mentioned in the Quran. How many total?

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No.

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Yes, a sister said 124,000.

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Sounds like a lot, right?

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That's not correct. But we're gonna come to that number in a moment hold on to that number 314 314. Also, now, in the Orion we find man.

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We're not going to finish on time. But you will conclude with this and we'll finish another time. In the Quran we have mentioned of rosary. And we have mentioned of and we are, there's a soul and there is nebby. Now in English, it's kind of difficult sometimes to translate in one word, but it's often translated and also as messengers and nebby as profit. Sometimes it's translated as that, by

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most of the scholars differentiated between between the two, there is a very minority opinion that these

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are synonymous. But the boss I said, told us in a hadith that there are 314 Olsen, Olsen messengers. Now it is said one of the distinctions that is mentioned is our soul

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was given scripture was given scripture what it revealed to, then there are other scholarly opinions that law school is the one who was sent with a new Sharia a new set of laws. And in a B, basically did not come with something new, but he just came to remind the people of the previous one, in any case,

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who is the first auto school?

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Either

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anybody have any different answer?

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No.

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She's okay. Someone said it is good answers Anything else?

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I will go back

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by they said, it depends how you look at it. It depends how you look at it. Because Oh, Russell, Russell messengers, they said there are two types. There was the one that was sent to United Nation, not United Nations, a United Nation, meaning meaning that they were upon the same belief or upon the same belief. If that's the case, then Adam was the first the

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sheath or Idris, okay. And they were sent to the same room. But they said if you are talking about a divided nation, that was worshipping different idols, because the main job of the messenger is to do what, every other soon came with the same message. And you're a Buddha law, how electricity could be Shia worship Allah alone and do not associate any partners with him. No, it is to them was the first to be sent to a nation that had multiple idols and was divided even amongst themselves.

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Corona Corona, de como la luna, what didn't what I saw and what I saw, etc, several names of different gods that they had taken mentioned in the Quran.

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But then we also have 25 prophets mentioned in the Quran, who's going to name them for us all 25 in order chronological order,

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and you'll get a big prize. It's hard, it's not hard. It's easy to play. Okay, next time when we continue somebody get ready we'll we'll we'll bring some chocolate as well. Their brother was telling us about something called

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hmm

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wait for the talk, okay, how the next time inshallah chocolate, unless I forget. And in these verses, we asked a lot if it goes for forgetfulness. But you so the brother mentioned something called Buddhism, from these 314. We have heard of 25 in vehicle and then some number more from the Senator from the ether post lesson, but not many more. And from these 25 along sub panel to add a preferred five of them, they're known as the messengers of strength. And who are they?

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You mentioned them? No, but Ibrahim Well, musawah Lisa will Mohammed salatu salam, and from these five Allah subhanaw taala told us something very special about two of them. Who are they?

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Ibrahim and Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Ibrahim Ibrahim Akana oma Ibrahim was a one man nation Halima Taka de la hora Hema Halina Allah took Ibrahim as a close companion the process of them also said in a hadith the same about himself and between the two Allah subhanaw taala preferred hemmens on aloha to sell them. We will conclude with this thought we are from the womb of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam we could have been created a long time ago did we decide when to be born? Who here decided when to be born? Raise your hand. If you did, let me know how that works exactly. Because I'm not sure we didn't decide when to be born. But Allahu subhana wa tada privileged us to

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be from the home of Mohammed Salah. You're telling me it's not possible we could have been born 1000s of years ago and be from the home of masa, or Isa, or from the home of No, it's only it's not possible. Well, if you already agreed to me that you didn't choose one to be created, then of course, it could have been possible. What am I gonna do, he is at home in shape. Nothing is difficult for a lot of Sopranos at it to do. But we were given the privilege and the honor to be from the home of Mohammed, several artists that I'm from the nation from the people in the time period that received more hemifield along to sell them as a messenger, the most beloved, and the

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seal and the final of all of the messengers, and we will be the largest on the Day of Judgment, the processor and we'll see a huge dark cloud of people. You know, when you see a huge group of people, it just looks like a big cloud. The boss or someone will say oh, I think this is my own, but then it will become and said nope, that's not you. That's the

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Moosa that's a nation of Muslim Islam that Musa was sent to and then an even bigger darker cloud a huge a larger group of people will come and it will be set to mammals so I said I'm that is your own right? quantum Halo on metal occurred between us You are the best of nations of all the different nations of mankind. Why are we the best? Because we're special you and I.

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We are special and we're the best because we are from the home of Mohammed Salim how do we live up to that? That mortal noble metal few cults are good and you forbid the evil you live up to the commandments of Allah subhana wa Tada.

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So, we ran out of time. Sorry folks, inshallah, we will continue with these concluding verses of Sultan, Allah in our next gathering be vanilla heater Allah, why was the title of the class called shining light?

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Yeah, if you didn't know now, you know that the title of the lecture was a shining light.

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No, yeah, the Quran is notable. That's your homework. figure out why this title was a shining light. I'll give you a hint. It refers specifically to these two verses. Does that come lockira I think we will have a shower now. subchronic Allahumma Chateau en la ilaha illa antenas still fieldworker, when a tubal eco said I'm already compartmentalised when it comes, when does that come up, get on for your attendance and you're listening