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Welcome back to another term, week one of Quran. And we're continuing intercede in the passage. This series actually called what? To see it. I'll call an allow them it's not actually called a seed indicated, it's called the Quran allowed him. last term we discussed with the Fed. And we didn't finish that we're going to finish that today. First and foremost, why this sorta

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Yeah, it's the greatest sort of inoculant which

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which Imam,

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the shave and Imam of all the Imams hammered civilize Allah. The Prophet alayhi salatu salam said, when he told Abu Zeid in a hadith narrated by Muslim Imam Ahmed lamonica Kama Sutra tenfold. I'm going to teach you the greatest source of the Quran. In other words, salty, fatty, how is the greatest sort of a grunt? And is each mount on the issue? What is Mount

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consistence all the schools have agreed if someone asks you What's the greatest surah in the Quran, Ashraf, you will say certain Fatiha the greatest Torah. And it's important that we know what it means because we reciting it how many times a day at least 17 does it make sense to recite something 70 times that I don't know two meanings, and other virtues as we've already given. And if you didn't want to listen to those lectures, they're up online. So we stopped we actually stopped at

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I believe we stopped at Alhamdulillah. So we are on page 73. For those who have the book or the notes on page 73, the meaning of Rob bull and I mean, Robert Alamin. Rob,

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commonly translated as what

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we translated as master that's right is usually find in the books even here, Lord, right. Rob is Lord. However, however, it doesn't just been lowered. And in fact, we're going to change that. We're going to go with the translation of master.

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This is what it actually says himself. And it shows you his knowledge of Arabic. He said, Our Rob Yani said that Rob means the same as the master. And the seller, if they use the word say it to refer to the master. Yes, ed. In fact, some of them if they made you sad, the sad of say, don't say sad, say Rob be say they used say that Rob together. So Rob means master. Rob means master. Also, to prove it means master.

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What's the father called in the house? Robert Bates, the master of the house. There's plenty of studies to prove that we can go with the definition of master as opposed to Lord, Lord doesn't really do much for us. And it's not even used, in fact, in present the English why Master? Because if Allah is our Master, what does it make us slaves, and that's an important concept. We are slaves. In other words, we are owned by Allah. So master indicates ownership.

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We are owned by law.

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A lot of people don't understand this concept and they refuse to accept it. Especially non Muslims. I'm not only I'm the my own my own master, I am my own master of my own domain. They refuse to accept it.

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Allah is teaching us from the beginning of Al Fatiha read from the opening of the revelation, the greatest source of the Quran, understand your position Habibi, you are a slave. That's very important.

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You know, I read this post recently on Facebook, from non Muslims. They said the hardest thing in life is to discover who you really are. From the beginning of the relationship, from the beginning of the revelation a lot tells us who we are exactly. You are a slave from the beginnings upon a lot. We know exactly who we are, we are slaves. And I was also interesting that if you don't know who you are, and where you stand in life, guess what, you don't know where to go. If you lost, you need a map true. Say you're in a shopping center, you don't know where you are, you find the map of the shopping center, what's the most important part of that map?

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Where you says you are here true, if you don't know that you are here, how you gonna find where you are, where to go, that's the most important part, know where you are and where you stand in life. So Allah has identified that for us immediately. The first area, you are a slave to understand from the opening, Revelation opening sort of amazing, amazing. Now it's also interesting that this name, Rob came in the first day of why, and in the First Solar Why? Because you find the first a reveal to the Prophet of the Smith, Rob Baker, the wardrobe was mentioned first, and was also the first time introduced to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and was also the first time introduced a more salicylic

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in the analog book. And it was the first name given in the first command is not an will Allah said, Yeah, yohannes or abodo Rob back home,

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enslave yourself and worship Europe.

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The first time given to us before we were born,

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and asked to build become alas dose Am I not Europe? And the first question in the grave? What is it? Man? Rob book to came first first first, first, first indicate make this a first in your life when you make a law, the master and makes you the slave. Now what's the difference between a slave and a free person?

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Sure, you only know In other words, the free person does whatever he wants, whatever she wants, through the slave doesn't the slave does what the master wants, is not Islam. Sure is Islam is at least Islam, to submit to Allah once you once you surrender to what he wants in order to do with the master ones, because that's what the slave does. The Master says, breakfast 6am how to do

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Milk the Cow 7am how to collect the harvest area and how to do it.

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He can't tell him what to do. That's what Islam is. Islam is doing what Allah wants, not what we want upon Allah. And also what's also interesting, you don't find slaves praising the Masters sure does that glow headed for that black guy who really needed

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medical effect for not giving me food for a whole week I really needed to die. And I found them praising the masters. But so the Fed has a different relationship is teaching us the relationship between you and your master? It's not like the relationship with the creation. Because when people think of slavery, what do they think of usually? Yeah, hardship. shackles, torture, killing, right? Look at the slaves of the early 1800s. Where they oppressed, tortured, killed unmiss see what you want? Why don't like the slavery business in Islam? What's the next day after al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen sinixt Rahman Al Rahim. In other words, don't worry, man is the Most Merciful. He's

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not going to oppress you. So probably you might get worried. And you read a Rahman Al Rahim. He is the Most Merciful of masters. That's what he's teaching us. He's a master of mercy. You know, it's also interesting this iafl between two mercies. The best Mullah doesn't have a Rahman Rahim Allah showed us and then this ayah R Rahman Rahim. So Alhamdulillah hellbrunn fill between two nurses. So if you're doubting it in the first and don't doubt it in the second, so Pamela beautiful. So Rob mass, and this is what it would give you it actually says it is the sheer means master.

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Now, what does it mean mean?

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Yeah, that's one opinion. I mean, commonly translated as the world's Yeah, Lord of the worlds master of the world's first and foremost, it was considered once again, it goes back to the Arabic and it shows us knowledge you said, I mean, came from Ireland, in Arabic, and the word Ireland came from Alabama.

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Alabama is what?

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whatsoever,

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a sign.

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In other words, the element of signs of what

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allows existence,

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the signs of laws exist, and that's what I mean.

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It's a proof that a lie exists.

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And that can refer to many things true. humans, animals, birds, bays, trees, seas, it can refer to many things. So I mean, there's a difference of opinion what it actually means, the two opinions are as follows number one, it can refer to the creation everything that exists everything apart from the Creator. The second opinion is that alameen refers to mankind engine.

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Now all of those of course the creation make origin they all signs of illustration.

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Now, what is the most correct opinion, aloha island? This is a difference of opinion. Even Kathy had mentioned that. I lean personally towards this, but I mean refers to mankind and jinn Why? Firstly, based on the Arabic I'm not going to get into it now, but I really mean rhymes with Muslim in there feeling sorry, soil behind it doesn't refer to plant animals, trees and bees, true first to people and the gin cottage in B soil and they can the good ones of them, can't they be careful in Yeah, the bad ones of them. richtigen For further information.

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So alameen rhymes with Muslim in soil. Hey, mushrikeen Catherine.

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Also another proof logically, this surah is talking about those who are accountable.

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Mankind and they're accountable. accountable. They are said where as I mentioned, they're accountable which is

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i three

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Malik Yama, Dean, they have judgment. So today of accountability, they have judgment. So those who are accountable for the deeds

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of the trees gonna stand before a lawyer to be questioned.

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How can we learn and grow so Hi.

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How can we do to produce fruits

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and also this

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is a defective isn't it? That way

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If you make a guide as to the straight path, that's a dog whose needs the guidance, humans, us and June, we are held accountable. We need to be guided in our plants making a will not that make me a weed, please, I beg you, guide me Make me a rose making something beautiful. And I find them making we need to draw. However, there's also another opinion, which is all the question that's also a strong opinion that if Lucas had mentioned, in other words, anything that exists, it could be from the alameen. As as indicated mentions, why? Because everything if you were to look at it and study it, it's a sign of laws magnificent, he's intelligent. He's wisdom is power and capabilities. Next

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time an atheist says prove to me God exists, say to them prove to me God doesn't exist. Every time he was asked the same question, prove to me God exists. He said, How can you ask me to prove of God's existence when everything around us is screaming of his existence? Everything you see is a proof of exist. I told you this pen made itself it just fell from the sky. Would you believe me? Of course not. Now this pen is inanimate. A catwalk account talk? I can't think I can't calculate. It can't see it can't hear it can't touch. Then if this can't make itself How can the human who can walk talk? See, he has all these senses is an animal being is intelligent? Who made the pin? How can

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that make it so? So next time you want to prove God exists, just look into the mirror. Look at the eye upon the human eye. Amazing. You know, the eye comprises of at least 40 parts. If any of those parts were to fail, the whole eye will be rendered useless. Why? And the wisdom behind it, it's probably you find the eyes perfectly aligned. perfectly aligned. You don't have one way down here next to your cheek, another one here at the top of the forehead. You don't have them at the back of your head, either perfect wisdom in the back of your head to be covered in here. How would you see you have to shave that part all the time. Imagine your eyes were where your heels are. You'd be

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walking and bumping into everything cracking your head everywhere. The eyes perfect. The T ducks. Have you ever looked right in the corner? And you see that little dot there? That's a T duck. That's where the tears come out. Perfect, though is designed amazing. And you're blinking also calculated? What do they do?

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The blinks? What What does it do? keeps foreign material cleanses the eye and it keeps it moist, moist otherwise would dry up. If you were context like me, you know all about dry eyes. It's not good. So I'm wearing context now, believe it or not. So the blink literally moistens the eye panela and the blinks upon living. Think about it. It's automatic. Just happens you don't have to think about it. And when it does occur, it's very quick. Imagine you have to blink like this.

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Imagine that you're driving by the time you blink you have an accident, head on collision, one blink you did. Literally How would you function? How would you work? How would you do anything amazing. Just the I we can talk about it. That's what I mentioned in the Quran. Allah Allah who I named, and also his two eyes, two eyes, one eye, you find very difficult to see 3d objects very difficult and very difficult to pinpoint things. Try threading a needle, and holding literally any covering one eye you find almost impossible. It changes your whole perception. And it's to me it's perfect the way the body is, we can go on and on and on. So that is a proof literally the creation is a proof of

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the Creator hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen and when you think of the creation of Allah gave us What do you say that hamdulillah and I tell thee I started here at hamdulillah Hara and beautiful, amazing, amazing. So let's go into it. We've already taken out ramen, Allah Haman, the best Mullah. We're not going to go into that molokhia meeting. We're still on page 73

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No, now this is actually paid sorry. So molecule media is on page 75. What is your Medina?

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That doesn't sound even better. Yama Deen Yama, Yama. jezza. It's the day of Judah. Judah is reconvince You don't say hello when you literally say my salary compensate you with goodness. So it's they've

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literally been compensated. So if you've done bad, I'll give you bad if you don't go too low. give you good. That's what Yama Dean is. And the word Dean is connected to Dane. Dean Dean. They sound the same In fact, I share the same letters. What's the Dane? A debt Yeah, you Oh, oh, someone now does have to be paid back? They do. So your Medina is that payback? That's how it connects.

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Dean and Dane.

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The day of recommend so when you say hello Hayden. You're saying my Allah recompensate him Allah reward you with goodness. So

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no point using mystic stuff.

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So Yama Dean says I have three

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Yama, Dean.

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Is your managers up the day of reconvince and this is what if not bested? We know the word Dean in Arabic

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is connected to Dane.

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In fact, I share exact same letters. So we know what Dane is a debt

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and debts have to be paid back. So it's the day of payback.

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payback to the fall, but payday to the believers.

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So it's payback. yomo Dean.

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Ivanova says something beautiful. He said, AR Rahman AR Rahim is talking about mercy. While Malika Medina is talking about their judgment, otherwise, you should feel that day. So there's balance between hope in the Lord's mercy and fear of his punishment. That's how the believer should be balanced. As you said, they believe it should be like a bird. The bird flies with two wings, not one, two, and they both flap simultaneously.

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So likewise, the believer, he has two wings, the wings of hope in the Lord's mercy and the wing of fear of his punishment, they both have to be there and try to have them balanced, but too much hope otherwise you become complacent like the Christians, they are gonna forgive forever I do. Don't worry cuz I've got a ticket to gender right here. And if it's too much fee, like you become what the Jews told about fee and anger and hotdogs and punishment Subhanallah so you have to be balanced. And the head of the bird is the love of Allah. And is no problem, no problem worshipping Allah, because you want his reward. And you're hoping for his mercy isn't wrong as some of the Sufi so this is

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wrong is the way of the slave No, no problem. We are slaves by the way. It is in the Quran. You're the owner of the home. How often wautoma last day make dua how often at a fee wautoma adverb. No problem. You can do that.

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That is Malik Yomi. Dean.

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And then a fo

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er ear canal Buddha Yana Stein.

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This is a beautiful

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fall. Yeah. Can I be awake understand what is? Yeah, can abdomen?

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Yeah, we worship you. Sorry.

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You missed a very important word.

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You alone do we worship? evening, Catherine once again shows us knowledge of Arabic. He said that's the beauty of putting a yakka first, you could say nabooda Yaga. And you could say you can Abu Himachal What's the difference? When you say nabooda yakka. I mean, we worship you. But it could also mean your worship other than Allah like the Christians, but when you put a yakka first What is it?

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It's called hustlin Arabic It makes it exclusive. Only you so put yakka I mean, only you the worship, we don't worship anyone else or anything so upon law, so he if for a year can Avenue

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only you do we worship

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and he can Stein and only you.

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Do we seek aid

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and make drought.

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This is Dr. Paula, this is sorry, not dry toilet This is dry better.

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In other words you can make.

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In the sense of Jani, the word doc came from Dawa, to call so you can call someone ask him for help, no problem. But do I? Have I better have worship is only for Allah. Only for Allah. But do I have no problem? You can ask people for things. What's interesting this ayah Where is it?

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Where's it located in a

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while in the middle? How many is in a Fatiha seven. So you have is 123 in the beginning, then at five to seven?

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In the end? It leaves if all right in the middle. So this is in the middle of Al Fatiha. What is the middle indicate?

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The core Yeah, the core of something is in the middle. And the core is the most important part. True. That's the way things are most crucial. That's what the nucleus is in the middle. The core of an apple for example, the seed most important without the seed you have no plan. So the core of something indicates its most essential and crucial part. This is the most important part of Al Fatiha.

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Because what does it do? It summarizes the deen for us it is something that should be written in gold

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If you can keep up, he said, Allah sent 104 books of Revelation.

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And Allah summarized those 100 or four books of revelation via four books. What are those four books of revelation? The Torah, in jail, put an image that were given to Deadwood. So all the books of revelation can be summarized in those four, those four books that revelation does that board Torah in general can be summarized in one book which is the Quran if you want to know what was in the earlier books this read the Quran cover to cover yourself covered. And then he said the Quran can be summarized in a loofah soil

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Mufasa soil is from Salt off sort of 50 to the end of the

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saltiness but it's called amorphous soil from the Arabic word frost FOSS is two separate for example this is a false it's a class was separated from another class so it will foster from false because as many breaks if you look see they're sore they're quite short you know there's a lot of the you know the best Miller after one page and other bestman after another page very shortly and so on. There are many breaks many separated so on. So let's move on and then move our soil which summarizes the Quran that can also be summarized with surah one surah so the fattier summarize and Mufasa which means what the Fatiha summarizes what the whole Quran, and the previous revelations panel, and then

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it gets better, he said, so the Fatiha is summarized in one

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ear canal.

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Panama is not what all the prophets were sent to call people to what? To hear to worship Allah. So it's not why the books of revelation was said, so people can be guided to worship Allah alone. It's upon Allah. So it's a beautiful area that doesn't just summarize in Fatiha for you. It summarizes the Quran and that summarizes all of the previous scriptures or the previous revelations upon So a quick revision What did we say? Allah said how many books have four Mashallah books of revelation?

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And then that summarize the four What are they?

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Yep, good support, Torah

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Angelica

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and then that was summarized

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one book

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and summarized

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Mufasa

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Mufasa with surah

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cough, saltiness, excellent. And first of all is summarized in

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Fatiha

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and then further summarized in I have for exactly and this who mentioned this

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in his book and forward, beautiful statement, another reason why I love him just his wisdom and his commentary on this. So on the court and in general, amazing.

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This is one of my favorite as Why doesn't this summarize why the prophets and the revelation was sent? No doubt. What is the summarize why we were created what was the I A

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woman to general inter alia Buddha, I did not create gentlemen icon except to worship me. So we've been created to worship and as promised, summarizes why we were created when credit to earn 101 PhDs in things that you probably never going to use in life and to earn a million dollars you're not going to spend and to get a house on Riba. However, your house is going to be the grave soon Don't worry, and it don't spend all of your efforts into this house as a true home that's a true the grave.

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Prepare that house have you be furnished that house How do you furnish it? You can make a garden from the gardens have dinner, preparing now being nothing. So this summarizes while we're credited but you know, there's something crucial in this area that many people overlook, and I don't blame them, but because you find it unfortunate not being translated.

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The word iaca Nabu. Nabu can be translated to worship that came from Abba.

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Abba domains to worship true in Arabic.

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It shows the exact same letters as ABD, who's the

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slave

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that they show that is

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the line but de la vida.

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Now in Arabic one word shallots

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Bashir meaning

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there's a great connection. Allah is teaching us in this ayah the crucial ayah that summarize Al Fatiha summarize the Quran and the revelation. He didn't just want us to worship him What else does he want

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you to be a slave and slave yourself. Yeah, can I do doesn't just mean you alone do we worship but also means you will learn we

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enslave ourselves to this is something that is not mentioned you find in the translation so you will learn to be worship is only half the meaning you should add and enslave ourselves to a

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very crucial topic Why?

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Because a lot of people worship

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but they're not slaves. True. You could worship a lot at Maverick like we just did then you worship a lot at a shot. Then you worship life ushered in worship live or how many brothers and sisters worship by pray. But what are they doing between those times? They're not slaves.

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You could be able to lower praying they could be able to shaytaan when you're not sure how many brothers and sisters they pray but they go clubbing, partying, and they're on drugs girls dating. That's not being a slave. No, that's not being a slave a slave is a full time concept right? Isn't slavery full time slave can't go to his boss look boss. I'm going away with the wife and kids I'm out of here. You look after the cattle look after the cows are becoming law let me give you some more slaves full time to his master. We're not part time Muslims. So when we say we're not servants because servants came from service services part time. We need to be full time. Full time. We're not

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part time Muslim Ramadan. Ramadan Muslim. You're like oh bokaro Delano, Ramadan and after Ramadan like Abu Jamal,

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full time. That's a very important concept. And a lot of people they enslave themselves to many things true a lot of people enslave themselves in the slave to the dollar. Back then they'll slave to the dead ham. People are slaves to their desires the slaves to women slaves to men shoulda known from this class. Yeah.

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slaves.

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slaves to many things pubs, clubs, drugs lost teaching us be a slave to me. It's upon law. And that summarizes really the deen that summarizes the deen for us to be a slave to Allah. That's a four then I have five

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this is the

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evening I'm sorry. Even Kathy goes on to mention

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that this dog comes in I have five I five is the dog

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Guide us to the straight path in a Serato rooster cream making drought now he said everything that was before it meaning is one to four What was it?

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How can we start didn't come in the beginning it's so important. Everything was an introduction. A one to four was like a warm up leading you up to the start. Is what even confuses I want to force like your intro. It says it teaches you the etiquettes and manners of

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manners of asking

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for something from Allah. Start like Al Fatiha praise Him and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen man just like when you want something in worldly terms when you want something from some minister a man give me some money. You start with a bit of an introduction okay Mashallah. How are you my brother? You might praise Him you looking good if you lost weight. Exactly what your wife does when she wants your money and she wants a debit card true. Such praise you got What do you want? All right, because you know her you're onto you know your wife. She praises you. Because Mashallah, you're looking handsome. You lost some weight, you know, if she wants something, or you put your hand on a forehead

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and you got you feeling happy, right? Because she's just not usually praising.

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So we understand this. You understand that? Even if a slave wants something from a king, he praises him. Sure. You are merciful. You are calling you adjust. Then he asks, even when you want something from your boss, you want to pay rise. You don't just send him an email, give me a pay rise. You started out very nice. You choose your words very selective. You think about your planet. We'd like that. Indra. Just give me this.

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When we make dry, are we giving an introduction? We're praising Allah, how we sincere. And that's why Shaykh Abdullah says if he says something beautiful.

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He's he said,

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her daughter Colby and the drop shadow told each other. Having a prison heart when you make dua is a condition for your daughter being accepted. I don't know why your drive is not being accepted. Perhaps your heart is not prison. It's not there. He said it's a condition. He said extra dryness. Is there a certain Mr. cream or modelica kathira monomial alone. The most common two out of the Muslims is most common in a certain Mr. Team. But despite that many of them go straight. Why are they going astray? No prison heart. They're just making this drug. Why? It's because it's farther than half to say that they are just to get the program done with if we really want something we'll

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put everything into everything into it is the difference between asking and begging. We need to beg for God

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Big, big because without it, we are doomed. We are destroyed. And then when you ask for guidance, don't just stand there, start walking through. When you ask a lot to guide you to the straight path, it's a path start walking happy, right? You walk on a path, start walking with do something, do something. Don't just sit lie down in the bed. I would love to make me proud time praise. Now May Allah make us proud time, watch this TV program. Do something, do something. So if we really want something, we'll actually only take the steps for that. So it teaches us yeah, we need to

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he did something.

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YouTube video he did something.

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So it teaches us something beautiful is 124 is about Jani, the etiquettes of draw and then the drop finally comes upon.

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And

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this also teaches us mighty brothers that guidance is for those who seek it's not those who flee from it. True guidance is for those who want it. People who don't want guidance and ask God What have you been? Do you want it for those who seek it not for those who flee from it.

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So make constant why my brothers because relationships can blossom unless there's communication. That's why when marriages fail, fine lack of communication. So relationships can blossom unless there's communication and that's why

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a supplication is the key to worship. My constant drop. The scholar said this dry five is obligatory Why?

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Because it's in something which is obligatory at first.

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So even Kathy says, Why do we ask Allah for guidance when we've already been guided to Islam? He said due to the many factors that can lead you off the straight path. So Panama

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will end with two things.

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How much time do we have our good is just with half an hour for SEO. When with two things.

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I want to three is about what

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen are Rahman Rahim Malika, who are we talking about? Allah. So it's about knowledge of Allah.

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That's a 123. And four is what

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he can I would awaken a stain, what's I better?

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worship? It's about worship of Allah. True. Then I have five is what we're making the drop for what?

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guidance, guidance from Allah.

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What's the connection?

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And then

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implement ascent is what I mentioned in fluid. He said, your share of guidance from Allah depends on your share of worship of Allah. But your share of worship of Allah depends on your knowledge from Allah. In other words, if you gain knowledge of Allah, and then you put it into practice with worship of Allah, you get the guidance from Allah. When people don't have guidance, or you are lacking guidance. Are you wondering how come I'm cocking it? What happened? after Ramadan? I just went downhill? Why was the problem? Yeah, one of them or both. You don't have knowledge or to have worship or to have both. And that's what I wanted to mention before this final concluding part,

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I add five to seven, after all, is really six and seven, summarizes those who implemented part one and two, and those who did not sirata ladina. And I'm telling him The path of those whom Allah blessed, why they blessed, because they had knowledge of Allah and worship of Allah, that equals blessed. In other words, the righteous and you'll get

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the most obey him or her

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an example of the hood, why? They had knowledge, but what didn't they have? They didn't have worship. In other words, they didn't implement that knowledge. They failed to implement it. They knew the truth and did not act upon it. So there must be an aim and they're worse. Firstly, because they mentioned first, but also because when you know the truth, and you deliberately avoided and not implemented, that's worse, as opposed to what badly they're bad, but not as bad or darlin. Others were lost, why they lost

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year they have no knowledge they lost literally, they're doing a lot of worship, but they have no knowledge upon Allah. So their intentions might be pure. And that's what you find a lot as we just said. Last we just said that you find a lot of the hatred coming from the hood and the machine. Those who are closest to the believers are the other Masada, the Christians, Allah says in the Quran, a lot of them except Islam, because they really want to worship Allah, but they just lack that guidance. I like that knowledge. So when they are they do find that knowledge and they accept it.

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come from sorta live in Atlanta, beautiful surah let's say you found the whole surah connects summary. In the end it brings the whole surah together amazing and then it moves by and put the cherry on top. He said the beginning of the surah is Rama,

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Rama. The beginning is Rama. The middle is guidance.

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And the end of the surah is blessings. serata Latina and amta, an AMA from Yama, blessings. He said our share of blessings will depend on your share of guidance. But your share of guidance depends on your share of mercy from Allah. So all comes back out because back to the beginning mercy and how did the sort of begin Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim with mercy. In other words, if you want gender you want guidance in your blessings. Ask a lot Have mercy on you. That's what it really comes down to. It's a loss mercy that's what really it comes down to. If you had to summarize how to get gender as well as mercy does not go hand in hand with the Hadith of the Prophet say none of you will enter

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Paradise via his deeds. No one will enter Jannah voy de gente. Do a data loss guarantee gender you only enter gender via Allah's mercy if you do a deed alone will have mercy upon you then you endogenous as well as mercies of hunger, as a beautiful statement by a new flame like the cherry on top allows you to have mercy on each and every one of us. Amen. So panicle locomobi from the shadow Allah in an ancestor for

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next week, we will take psalter Baccarat inshallah