Al Amanah

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The speakers discuss various topics such as religion, human behavior, and personal experiences. They also emphasize the importance of trust and faith in religion and the need for people to trust. A woman describes a trustworthy person and talks about his actions and behavior. The negative consequences of actions against Muslims, including false accusations, insincerity, and false promises, are also discussed. The segment emphasizes the importance of trustworthiness in Islam and the need for strong trust in one's behavior.

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Mohawk will Allahu

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shadow one mother was so

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she has one mother was

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how are you

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Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar.

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In Al Hamdulillah Hina Madhu who want to start you know who want to still feel

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when our own will be love him inshallah OD and fusina was a year, Dr. Molina Mejia de Hill who fell mobile Allah who won a yoke lil feather had the yellow

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what a shadow

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law was the hula shady color

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what a shadow Amina Mohammed Abdullah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa early he was alum

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Doofer in US Dhaka Hadith, Nikita will law he

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will he will head he had you in a beginner Mohammedan sallallahu alayhi wa early he was salam Warszawa Amorim data to her what column of data in? What could be the atom dolla, Wakulla bada let him finish up.

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All praise is due to Allah. We praise Him, we seek his aid and we ask for his forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from the evils of ourselves and the evil consequences of our own actions. Whomsoever Allah guides, none can lead astray. And whomsoever Allah leaves to go astray, Nan can guide I bear witness. I testify that Nan has the right to be worshipped but Allah alone, who has no partners, and I bear witness and testify that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa early he was Salam is His servant and His Messenger or you who believe fear Allah

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As you shouldn't be feared and die not except in a state of submission and Islam, or mankind, be dutiful to your Lord, Who created you from a single person, and from him he created his wife. And from them both, he created many men and women and fear Allah through whom you demand your muse, your mutual rights, and observe the rights of your kinship. Surely Allah is Ever and all watcher over you, Oh, you who believe. Keep your duty to Allah, fear him and speak the truth. He will direct you to righteous deeds and will forgive you your sins. And whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger has indeed attained a great achievement. The best words are the words of Allah. And the best guidance is

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the guidance of Mohammed, Abdullah Sal, Allahu Allah, you were early he was alum. And the worst thing in the religion are the newly invented matters. For all the newly invented matters in religion are considered to be innovation and, and every bidder is misguidance. And every misguidance is in the hellfire.

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It was night

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during the reign and the Khilafah, Amar Akbar, Allahu Anhu.

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And as usual, among kappa doesn't sleep the night except for a small portion. He's walking through the streets, through the neighborhoods, checking on the people under his leadership, making sure that everyone has got their rights, making sure that he will not be held responsible in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala for any mistake, or shortcoming.

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He's part he's passing by this house. And their houses are not like our houses today. So you could hear what's in the house is in if you're passing by that house.

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He's passing by a house and he overhears a woman

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addressing her daughter

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telling her to mix the milk with water.

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Mix the milk with milk with more with water so that the amount of milk gets more so when they sell it in the market in the morning, they make more money.

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So she were she was in brief,

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requesting her daughter to cheat

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and betray the trust.

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I'm gonna have Bob over here is that the daughter says to her mum

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in Ameerul mini in Patna, and you Shabbat Holly Whoa, in Shaba Leben Obioma.

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She said to her mother, the chief of the believers are moddable Hapa.

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declared that it is prohibited you it's not allowed. It's illegal to mix milk with water and sell it.

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The mother replied, Alma doesn't see you. He cannot see you.

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She said, If Omar can't see me, the Lord of Oman can see me.

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I'm gonna take note of that. He goes back home, he finds out whose house was this? Then he asks and inquires about the family. He knows that that girl was unmarried yet.

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So he sends to them asking for her hand in marriage for his son. Awesome. And he marries her to his son. Awesome.

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So this marriage, successful marriage, the fruit of it was a daughter.

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And that daughter became the mother of amagno Abdel Aziz, the great Muslim Caliph.

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And this is the fruit of El Amarna, of the trust, of trustworthiness, holding on to the truth and refusing to betray it.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam equates Eman and faith with Amana and he says, law II mana Lehman Lehmann amanatullah There is no Eman with the person who has no Amana. No trust, no trustworthiness, there is no Eman with him. Because once the Eman is taken away, Eman itself as well as taken away from the heart.

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So as Muslims we are not supposed to cheat. We cannot betray the trust. We cannot eat back home

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words, because that goes against the very fundamentals and the very meaning of our fate.

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The very trademark of a believer is Amana, Allah subhanaw. Taala refers to Islam in the Quran as an Amana because Islam itself is a trust that we have been given by Allah to live by. We were born with it as a state of fitrah.

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Then it was handed down to us in the Quran and the Sunnah the revelation of Allah subhanho wa Taala so it's the trust of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. He wants to see what we do with it during this life, and that's the test of this life. So Allah subhanaw taala says, in our man atta Allah sama YT Well, LD will zhiban for Ebina Yeah, mille Maha was for Konami, ha ha ha hemella. Hill in San inner home can have our room and Jehovah. We have offered an Amana, the trust, the religion of Islam, the responsibility to hold the word of Allah we have offered it

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to the heavens, to the earth, to the mountains to this magnificent creation of Allah, it declined to take it, it was too scared to take it. Well, Hamad Al Insana man ventured to take it upon Himself in now who can have a woman Jehovah, Indeed, indeed, man is so steeped in injustice, in appropriateness and in ignorance.

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So Islam is referred to as the trust. This is why the very fabric of a man is about trust. And the Prophet SAW Salem warned that towards the end of time,

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a man will be lifted to fall a man or a man or the sense of trustworthiness, the sense of trust

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among people will be taken away, to the extent that it will be said about a whole population, that there is one trustworthy person among them.

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So any trustworthy person in any nation will stand out, because all of the others

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will do that have given away or given up this beautiful concept of trustworthiness and trust, and I'm gonna,

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I'm gonna, I'm gonna have Bob himself again, just like his habit, checking on the people under his reign. So he's walking one day with an NFL law case.

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And they are in the outskirts of Medina, he comes across this slave, a slave who doesn't even own himself. And he was tending some sheep.

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And looking after them.

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He approaches that

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slave or that Shepherd, to test him. And he says, sell me one of those sheep. Sell me one of them. So the slave turns them and he says, These are not mine to sell you. They're not my property. I can't sell you.

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All you myself and these sheep are the property of someone else. I'm gonna have Tom said, Sell it to me until you know your roster. Tell the owner

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that the wolf grabbed one of them or run away with it.

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So the shepherd looked at him and he said, What are you in Allah? What about Allah?

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Just a shepherd. What about Allah?

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I'm gonna record Bob cried, he broke down in tears. And he sat down. He said, What are you in Allah? Wayne, Allah Wayne Allah? What about Allah? What about Allah? What about Allah? That's a modern HotJobs saying this. What about human me?

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Whereas Allah

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Where is Allah when we cheat? In our exams, when we cheat in our transactions, when we cheat the system, when we cheat the traffic system, when we cheat our brothers and sisters, when we cheat our wives, when we achieve our husbands, when we lie to our children, when we make a promise and never fulfill it, when we borrow money and never give it back,

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where is Allah? Where is Allah in your life and my life? Where is Allah as we are giving a false image about Islam? When we break the law, when we misbehave

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when we only care about ourselves and

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Forget about everyone else. Where is Allah when we call ourselves Muslims, and we're misbehaving, and we're going against Islam. Where is this trust, because when you hold the trust of Allah, you are supposed to resemble it. You are supposed to be an ambassador of Islam when you call yourself a Muslim, but you call yourself a Muslim and you cheat. You call yourself a Muslim and you lie. You call yourself a Muslim, and you break the law.

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You call yourself a Muslim, and you seek means run the system.

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You call yourself a Muslim, you take advantage of people.

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That's all against the Amana and the trust. That's all against our religion. That's against our way of life.

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People when they marry, they hide important information,

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important information from the future spouse

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that they are supposed by Islam by the law of Islam to reveal they hold it back. Then it gets exposed later on. And problems ensue. And the marriage is at risk. And then the other person is blamed for being oversensitive.

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There are so many cases like this in our community. Why lie? Why cheat? Why betray the trust?

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So I'm gonna ricotta keeps repeating the word. What are you in Allah? What about Allah.

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Then he goes to his home. And he collects whatever he can from the money he has. Then he goes to the master of that slave and he says, he says to him, that's how much he's worth. I want to buy him over. He buys him and he frees him. Then he says to him, a word that has freed you from slavery in this world. I hope that it will free you and me from the punishment of Allah on the Day of Judgment.

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Abdullah had another mobile, Oklahoma hola one of the great tabular in

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he went to the city of model for a few months. The city of Mo is in what's today is in Turkmenistan today. So it's a few weeks or maybe a month from his home from his city of residency. So he traveled there, and he studied for a few months. One day, as he was writing down in the class, his pen breaks. So he borrows a pen from someone else. And these were the last days. The following day, he heads back to his hometown. He's halfway through now halfway through, that means about two weeks of traveling on foot.

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He checks his luggage, and he finds that he finds the pen that he had borrowed.

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So he heads back tomorrow. He heads back tomorrow to that city, and gives that his friend, his pen. Then he makes his journey again back to his hometown. That's how our early generations were.

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That's why there was so much Baraka, so many blessings of their lives.

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And these are not fairy tales. These are not like fancy stories. These are real examples that we are supposed to live. We are supposed to live. I was informed of someone in Egypt, there was a lady who used to do private tuition. So some students used to take lessons with her private tuition with her. So she entrusted one of them to collect all the tuition fees from the others and bring it to her because she didn't have this kind of close attention to numbers. She didn't know how to handle numbers and money well, so she trusted him.

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One day, she's an old lady now. Someone knocks on her on her door. She opens the door. She sees someone she never never saw in her life doesn't recognize him. 28 years old, young man.

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She says how can I help you?

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He says you don't remember me? She said no.

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He says I'm so on. So I used to take private tuition with you remember? She said oh, I remember you now you've changed. You've changed a lot. He said yes. Then he hands her an envelope

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that has more than 6000

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Egyptian pounds.

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And anyone in Egypt knows specially previously like us back. This was a lot of money.

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This was a lot of money.

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And she says What's this? He says to her I used to take private tuition with you. And you entrusted me with collecting the tuition fees from other students. I figured out you don't have attention to numbers.

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So the money I was supposed to give you our word, use it for myself and not put it in the, in the envelope of the tuition fees. And you didn't notice. And I kept doing that for two years. For two years.

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He said, Now I came back to Allah. I don't want to have any money and hold on money.

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I want to get rid of it. I want to free myself.

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So I calculated it. And this is how it came out how much it came out to be. It's what's in this envelope. I asked you to forgive me.

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He hands her the envelope. She says, I don't want it you can have it. He says please take it do whatever you want with it. I can't keep it to myself. So this is a contemporary story. How much money that belongs to someone else we have taken

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either by making them feel embarrassed by making them or by abusing their trust.

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How often we have done that, how much do we have on our accounts because of something similar?

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This is a very important issue. It's a very risky issue. You don't want to meet Allah subhana wa Tada with the rights of other people on your accounts where they will take them on the Day of Judgment. There will not be when I insert Allah subhanaw taala does not Law never forgets, of course will probably hurt our stock federal law it will accompany them the Cristoforo.

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sayidina Muhammad Ali he was after he remain well that

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Allah subhanaw taala describes the believers by saying, well lady in a homely Anna to him, why they him our own.

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They are the ones that preserve and observe their oaths, their covenants, their agreements, and the sense of trust.

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So they are trustworthy, then never betray that trust. When you backed by someone you're betraying the brotherhood between you and that person, regardless of what your justification is. What your reasoning is, when you have a private conversation with someone, then you really then you reveal it to someone else. That's betrayal that's against the Amana the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, An majali Sobin Amana

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meetings conversations

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have a seal of trust on them, they should not be revealed.

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So when you have a private conversation with someone you're not supposed to reveal it by default, even if they don't tell you you're not supposed to reveal it. Unless it's public news. It's a if it's a private conversation, and you reveal it You have betrayed the trust and you have betrayed Amana is why the prophets of salaam says Al majali Seville Amana

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the conversations have a scene of trust on them, of a seal of trust on them. When you as a Muslim behave in a way that's inconsistent with Islam knowingly, knowingly

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for some desire

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for some disease, you act in a way that's not in accordance with Islam.

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In a sense, you are betraying ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. And this is why we will be held accountable for our sins. Because in essence, every sin is an act of betrayal to Allah

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is an act of betrayal to Allah. So how can we develop the Amana? How can we develop the sense of trustworthiness? How can we develop the trust among ourselves? First and foremost, you have to realize that the heart of Islam is a matter of trust. Allah subhana wa Tada says, What is a book? I mean, Benny dynamin boo him booty Yetta home wash had a home either unforeseen illness to be robbed become called rubella Shaheed

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Allah subhanaw taala says that he took all the sons of Adam from his back. He took them and he doubted them. And he addressed them directly. Am I not your Lord? Am I not look you're you're Rob. They said yes, indeed or Allah. And that's you and I, each one of us. We reply to Allah. Yes, indeed. That's how

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that's a covenant that we have with Allah subhanaw taala. And when we said that we vowed, we vow to fulfill that trust and to make our life a reflection of that covenant with Allah subhana wa Tada. So when you remind yourself that Islam is all about trust, it's about Islam is all about trustworthiness. It's all about being true to Allah, true to the creation true to yourself, there will be no room, there will be no room there'll be no space

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for betraying the trust in your life.

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Number two, remembering that no matter what the temptation is for you to break a law or betray your trust or cheats

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in any context,

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that the outcomes of this will be negative even though you can't see them now.

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Because with Amana, Allah gives more in abundance. Allah puts about Baraka in everything that we do, and everything that we engage in.

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Because Allah subhanaw taala loves the trust. Number three,

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and that's a common justification. People say I betray the people who betrayed me. I will cheat on the people who cheated on me.

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But Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I said, the man Elam and Tom anak wala tahune Man Hornak

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conveyed the trust to the one who trusted you and never betray someone who betrayed you.

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never betray someone who betrayed you.

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So when you fulfill the trust, when you

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hold on to trustworthiness, and you hold the Amana

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ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada

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Allah subhanaw taala will pay you back and Allah will take care of your affairs

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