Munir Ahmed – Session 60 Following Up Bad with Good

Munir Ahmed
AI: Summary © The conversation covers the history of the Hadith, a term used to describe actions or events. The speakers emphasize the importance of forgiveness and the use of negative language in shaping behavior. They also discuss the use of space and how it relates to religion. The conversation ends with a statement that "we are now moving into a new time."
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humbly legged Bill Alameen

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wa Salatu was the zone salat wa salam

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ala Ashrafi MBI Well, mursaleen early he was sloppy. He might have been a man bad your your liquid would get

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a Salam o aleikum wa rahmatullah

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wa salam ala. And yet accompanying the word El fildena Zulu been away picture and say he didn't

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necessarily know who the Elven Daffy. What is the worst it was like in that article, where he lay Hill Massoud. Well hold on a quarter illa Billahi la li la vie. Praise be to Allah Lord, the world's peace and blessings are indeed his prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. their brothers and sisters are Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah in the Peace and mercy of Allah be upon all of you. And we ask Allah, as always to

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accept from us our efforts to forgive us to block out our sense. We're asking for useful beneficial knowledge and understanding

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that which will lead us to doing good deeds which acceptable to him and for his pleasure,

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as as we depend utterly on him,

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to Him is our return and there is no power Mike except that Allah Allah

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so it carry on from where we left off with Hadith number 18.

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Just remind you of the Hadith,

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which is,

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as a male novel we mentioned is it.

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Roja as is reported, from the prophets, Allah Salam, it ducky luff, Hazel mercon wa, base Seattle has an atom who will Harlequin NASA before Lukin husband be mindful and or in fear of Allah wherever you may be and follow up a bad deal with a good one and it will wipe it out

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and behave good and well towards people. This hadith is weak. But as we said last time, the ideas in it are correct. And we have plenty of evidences from Quran and Hadith for each of the three elements in that last time. Although we mentioned bits of all of it from what Imam number we mentioned and Imam to fee especially, and Roger, in their

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we left really we completed what I wanted to say really about the first element of Taqwa.

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And we're more focused on the second element of follow up a bad deal with a good one, it'll wipe it out. We don't need this hadith for that. Okay. So, the idea is that we don't say this is the statement of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, Allah subhanaw taala says and I mentioned this last time already, in Surah Hood, and the context of it, the ES Bab el route as it's known as fundies, the situation of this hadith being narrated, where is also mentioned in

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the situation of actually as valuable as Laguna Zoo. The situation of revelation of this particular ayah from Surah Hood is number 114 is mostly authentic, the Hadith, about the man who came to the Prophet SAW Selim,

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claiming was destroyed because he did met this woman and flirted with her, etc, and did everything with a kiss cuddled everything except the final thing. And Kim prophesized Salam, asking what he should do, and the Prophet saw less than waited till this ayah was revealed. In which is this idea of good deeds, wipe out bad ones because ALLAH SubhanA wa says, well Alchemist Salah Torah in Lee was a new Fun Minute lay in Al Hasan at us the Hebron SAE

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Valley, curvy crawly kitty in

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So established Salah at both ends of the day and something from the night can I explain that last time in the last session? Then Allah Subhan Allah makes a general stir in Al Hassan ask us the hipness. See, Surely good deeds has an act wipe away the bad deeds Now, firstly order was to extend the salon. Now I said last time that can be just our five daily prayers, as we had the other Hadith I mentioned last time was somebody's done something more serious than that and said give me the hand punishment, which means Xena and a heat press. It was in the mosque and he prayed behind the prophesy slum Salah which I said was the third Salah and he asked again after the Salah prophesy

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slam so why have you not prayed behind me now? Yeah, you've done your Salah to Allah and asked for for your ALLAH has forgiven you and he went away so so clearly even it can be the obligatory prayers but it can be extra prayers as well. Yeah. Add to that when you've done sin that can that's all part of Hassan act but the word has an add in Hassan as you'll see. Yeah is a more general meaning that Hassan ad isn't limited to just Salah is it

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as a not as a wider meaning. So he is going from the specific of Salah to a wider meaning a more general meaning and this statement is very important surely Hassan not all good deeds wipe away bad deeds. And that's amazing. Yeah, that's that's the beauty of it's not saying just Salah Yeah, Valley Kathy Crawley balcony and this is a reminder for those who are reminded for those who remember those who are mindful. So of course remember that in the Hadith, when this is reveal one of the companions and some reports mentioned it was on her face is this for him only Ursula and if you remember last time I said the process no no this is for anybody in the similar situation of cine.

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So the idea of

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is there in the Quran itself? Really.

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Therefore, this is in the hasna USIP. Let's see

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this from the Quran. Forget the Hadith, this concept we're looking at, we need to understand, because it's a very general concept. What does it actually mean?

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What we're talking about here, of course, is sins being wiped out or forgiven

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since being wiped out or forgiven.

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And the idea of saints being wiped up or forgiven

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from the Quran and Sunnah is that we as believers believe that when we do when we do, for example, for example, Toba or salah, yeah, and we make dua to Allah for a stick FOD. Then we believe Allah Subhana Allah forgives and wipes away the sentence.

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That's what we believe.

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Not the number of times but sincerely and this is a very important concept, an idea from Quran and Hadith that we need to understand. So what is Hassan Al?

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as I said, is the wide meaning. Included in Hassan Ark

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is gwala

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Toba to do Toba to Allah? Is it from the Hassan that is it from good things to do? Of course it is making dua to Allah asking forgiveness from Allah is it has an app? Yes, it is. Yeah, that's part and parcel of it. Yeah. That's part from a very important part of it.

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Especially, especially when it comes to the major since doing Toba. And so far, but it's not to say that for minor sins, we don't need to do Toba and it's the fall. There's this debate amongst scholars from the past about

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do small sins need Toba? On alternator? It was it was just for the sake of argument more Tesla came with the idea that it doesn't help

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similar Gemma, because the attitude of a believer is that example is there a single last lesson so we don't look at and say well I only do small says I don't need to do Toba. Can you believe it doesn't think like that. And we have the classic example of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam from authentic hadith.

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Doing is the heart. Yeah, asking Allah for forgiveness more than 70 and other Hadith mercy more than 100 times a day. Beyond that, him standing in the prayer of the night until his feet would swell up. And on the million in one Hadith. I set up. Radi Allahu Allah mentions that

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has Allah not many why? Why this sort of luck era so Allah has Allah not forgiving your past and present and future sins,

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which is what is established for the Prophet sallallaahu Salam

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that's how he's known and described even in the on the Day of Resurrection one whose past and future sins have been forgiven.

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So the prophesy Salam said that is true

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then he said

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I felt that I had done ship order should I not then be a grateful servant still doing the Hassan are still asking for forgiveness still doing a step far. And that's the Prophet SummerSlam so how can we there's no need for this debate of we don't need to do to buffer small things. Yeah. No need to go into that with that attitude. But certainly

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there's there's certainly a stress upon major sins requiring total ballistic far, much more so. Yeah, and perhaps the idea and that's why all Ahmad discussed it, my idea comes across that small sins by just doing as doing good, good deeds, even making wudu and Salah and fasting, they just disappear anyway.

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They disappear almost automatically. Yeah. And that's the idea of the Hadith.

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Well, Juma Hillel Jumeirah, McAfee rot Lima Boehner hon. You That's Tony Vettel. Keba here. Ken McCullough the sort of life's lesson Yeah. The five daily prayers yeah

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Joomla to Joomla Ramadan to Ramadan. Yeah, are all are all ways of blotting out of sins that are in between them in between the five salons in between dramas in between Ramadan Ramadan, aways of blotting out on the same mocha Feraud Lima Bina, if the big sins are avoided, that comment at the end gives an indication of an automatic miss in the continuation of fasting every Ramadan, Joomla Joomla and your five daily prayers.

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But, but

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it is not doesn't mean that there's nothing else from those five daily prayers

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and dramas and fasting aside from the wiping out those fast, small sins. That would be a misunderstanding.

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As to people got bogged down with this idea, oh, that's just the sins the small sin been wiped out. What about the rest of this stuff? Actually Salah and fasting etc. How much greater reward than that

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much greater reward than that. So there's a wiping out and then there's cause in your Salah and after your Salah and in Ramadan, and especially your little toddler, and Juma is a special day for fasting you do Kobani Stefan,

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can that wipe away the major sins? Would that be contradiction, the Hadith when it says if the big sensor avoided no it would not be contradicting it. So you can have the big sins also been wiped away from the Salas and drum and Ramadan. And not only that, then Allah ma discussed the idea of if it's just being used all this Ibadah from the hasard are wiping away since we won't have anything else. But that's not true, because

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there is more to be Salas and fasts, but increasing in Daraja as we'll see increasing status and giving us good rewards as some scholars so actually in the end, big or small sense

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They will be weighed up on the day of judgment. And remember Allah Slotta multiplies has an arc from 10 to 700 times or more Asana whereas the same is one degree. So because of the mercy and multiplying of ALLAH SubhanA, Allah, then all of that, if the sins are so great, yeah, even so that if the center of moderate nature, then the the good and Hassan are not just really bad that other good works that you do. Yeah, hopefully we'll wipe away the sins, and therefore still there'll be some left of the good deeds to make the scales heavy on the right side. Yeah, that's what we hope for. So we, as long as we're not like the mirthless in the Hadith, the bankrupt one. But at least I

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mentioned many times before. Yeah, when the bad deeds. And here, notice in the Hadith of the bankrupt one, the problem isn't Allah slightly less forgiveness. Because the last night though we give forgiveness and mercy and mercy is vast, as we mentioned before, and even Roger unknowingly mentioned it as well. That

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wiping away of sins from Allah is much easier. The problem is the rights of others. And if they haven't forgiven you in this world, they will be the one in the Hadith of the bankrupt, one who are causing background bankruptcy aren't there, because that's a queue of people who the person has wronged. And they're asking for their rights on the Day of Judgment, whether it's financial or behavioral, and there is no other way. They can't be given money because the person with their deeds hasn't gotten the money to give them the Day of Judgment. It'll only be done through exchange of deeds, either taking of bad good deeds from the person who they're taking the right from, or

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throwing their bad deeds at that person if they run out of good deeds is not right.

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So the danger in the hereafter or being becoming bankrupt is from people. People. people's rights are much more serious in Islam. Yeah, we're not saying Allah's rights are not serious because in that is Allah's right because Allah told you to look after rights of people that's not to say that you can neglect your prayers and fasting etc and just look after people I sent that last time as well. Yeah, because you've no chance then basically because they Allah sent those things to you as an obligation. So that so that you they will help you in fulfilling the rights of the event of people.

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So so the idea of sins being a white to it from good yeah. Is is death includes included in it is is the event that for sure, as that as the verse mentioned, it said up in the Salah, so that's why the prophesize Psalm in the famous Hadith, settler companions and said

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Imagine if you had a river outside or a stream outside your home and you were to bathe in it five times a day would there be any dirt left on you? What did they say? Of course not Jada sort of Allah. He said such other five daily Salas yeah

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such other five daily salon they wipe away yeah.

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For value gum muscle was Salawat welcomes young the whole law Yama hula who be hindered Latoya, such other five daily Salas Allah wipes away with them the sins here and then we have even in the case of we'll do the prophesizing I'm saying you know, have you been saying Muslim mentor what that for XL will do. Hara Jack Harbaugh? Yeah. Who mean yesterday he had the duck Rouge had Tahoe jam and tuck the Alpha Bay.

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Whoever makes will do and makes the whoodle Well, yeah, meaning properly, not leaving half the arm dry and carelessly and not washing properly, not washing the feet properly, but make sense because it's is it bad?

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Does it properly

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then the his or her sins will will leave their body

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even to the extent that they will the sins will leave from under the very nails. That means the toenails and fingernails. That's that's an expression to show you how the water falling off in wudu is removing sense by just doing the washing Subhanallah

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And that's why In another Hadith in Sahih, Muslim the Prophet SAW Islam saying, Allah, Allah may Allah who will be healed by yet so they not inform you on what will wipe away the sins. That's what we're talking about. Yeah.

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Bye Good. What is the good here?

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Notice here the province has not said what will wipe away sin but He said something else he said, why your fat will be heated our jobs and it and this thing that I'm going to tell you is also going to increase his or her status meaning before Allah subhanho wa taala.

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Calling Bala. They said the combine is of course or messenger of Allah. Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, he Saba will we'll do a little, a little Makari to make wudu properly, even at difficult times when it's cold, or you're finding it difficult to do. Yeah.

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What cast cobalt

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and the multitude multiple steps to the Masjid Al masajid to a mosque. That means you're going to the mosque in today's terms doesn't have to be literally that you take steps if you go in the car doesn't mean it doesn't count. Yeah, you still take the steps to the car and drive. Yeah, of course, the more the burden of walking the memorial wall doesn't mean to say you burden yourself and you say well from now on I'm going to walk to the mosque three miles away. Yeah.

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And all Ahmad discuss this idea as well. The idea is to go to the nearest mosque for you as well.

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In a in a general sense, not put yourself through difficulty what into that and the province doesn't carry on so making wudu properly even when it's difficult and taking the steps to the mosques and waiting for the salah. Even after a Salah for value promote rebirth and that is like people who are defending on the borders meaning that is going to wipe away your sins and raise your degree and status before Allah subhanho wa Taala

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the Prophet SAW Salem So notice here that both is there not just that the just going to the mosque and sitting there waiting that doesn't even include even notice that statement and focus on didn't include the salah

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it just Mason will do and waiting for prayer and going to the masjid so Salah is on top of that as well.

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Yeah, Salah is not even included in this waiting for the Salah in between Salah. So those are the things building up to Salah which will wipe away the sins and raise you have a degree

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raise raise you have degrees before Allah subhana wa Tada.

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a beautiful piece that I want to mention. Yes,

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in this regard the prophesy Salam and the sin

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this hadith is in

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kanimozhi and it is also in

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the movie

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and very couple of versions of it which is authentic and and hear from odd imageable the prophesy Salam

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publicised Salam

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for the morning prayer

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very late one day Yeah, that's what Marlon legibly same. He said Dan was saying until we could just about see the sun coming up. That's how late they're probably sighs Okay listen a home

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for her just study for so we've got the solar for solar solar by solar Allahu alayhi wa sallam he came out quickly and then the

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basically got stalled and lead the salah. Yeah. Follow us on the fence. What project was that feasibility for lamb masala Mata be salty he call Alana. So he made the prayer a bit shorter than usual to Jawa. Yeah, this is his fun, proud that he's leading the Sahaba and

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then he

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turned towards us and said

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yeah sorry after the slum he called the RB so be called with the reason why is to us call to us and saying, Allah Messiah, Allah Messiah if you come come out and don't stay in your rose as you are. Then he turned to us and he said ama in Nice, detail calm. I'm going to now inform you and tell you what kept me

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away from you this morning. Meaning why was I leaked? He said in a controlled manner Lane fatawa that tool I got up in the night and made will do this is for his night prayer was so late tomorrow would be relief when asked to I prayed whatever Allah had written down for me to pray for my soul 100

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And then I chose was drowsy in my salah by the way, my saw

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this photo

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and then it became very heavy meaning he fell into a heavy sleep.

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Fell into asleep. But is that Anna will not be Tabata gotta Allah fie asanas. Surah team for Kalia Muhammad and then my Lord came to me in the most beautiful, yeah,

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appearances. Allah subhanho wa Taala this isn't the vision of the prophets, Allah Islam. What that vision and remember is your vision. This is all elbow high.

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So no need to go into detail what they looked like nobody asked him what it looked like either from the company's go to love bake, Yara, he said he said Alma Hamburg, my lord said to me, I said, Here I am, my lord, call a female Yatra similar mela will add that Allah said what are the highest angels on high? discussing about? Yeah. What are they discussing?

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The angels

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upon high,

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busy discussing? I said I don't know. Yeah. So probably, if prophesised Salam said that he was asked this three times from Allah smart Allah and each time he replied that then he said, Allah put his hand Yeah, between my shoulders until I felt the coldness of his fingertips. Yeah, a bit and then in the front between him on my *. Yeah, my chest in between my *.

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And then he

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made everything known to me, for two generally Coolessay in what I love to football, and I then knew, meaning what Allah was asking him about, meaning Allah made it possible. And the knowledge came to the Prophet saw some in this vision. Then Then Allah said, yah, Mohammed, again, he said, here and I said, Here I am, my lord at your service. And he said again, what are the elders upon high busy discussing about? I said, Phil Kufa rod,

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they are discussing about the atonements what atone sin kuffaar Rot. I'll come back to that in a short while. Karla Mahayana Allah saved what are they? I said, much you love to them. Illa Gemma, it is the walking to the Juma prayer, meaning to the mosque will Junos fill masajid and sitting in the mosques but Salawat after the Salah, meaning waiting for the next Salah what is viable will do similar to the other Hadith and making mallu properly fill not too hard. Yeah, even when it's difficult. All so this was the answer this answer. Yeah, is about the toning and wiping away since the same meaning is given in the other Hadith which I mentioned to you before.

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And then he said

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Allah said, what else can I say to our Tom? Yeah, feeding food, meaning to the miskeen of the poor. What legal Kalam and being kind of gentle in speech was Salah to be laid when nasally Yeah. And this grand praying in the night when people are asleep. That's what the prophesy son was actually doing wasn't me.

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Yeah, okay.

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So notice here

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are the things that wipe away the sins and increase the level. What are they feeding people? They're giving in supply in other words, speaking kindly towards people and going in a good manner and praying to 110

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out on a cell. He said, asked me, Allah said to me, us, me, me block me whatever. So I said and this is a beautiful God the prophets Allah Subhan

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Allah Houma in the es el Luca fatale Hi Lord, Allah, I asked of you doing all that is hive

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of all that is good. What time Kelvin karate? I asked you

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to give me in other words, the ability to leave all that which is detested and disliked, while hope will we're humbleness again, and the love for the poor. What Anton FIRA Lee Waterhen Tarhana me and that you forgive me and have mercy on me Salallahu Alaihe Salam Subhan Allah, what is that? Fifth Netta Coleman fatawa funny like you don't have to, and if you are Allah, intend to test and try a people then take me out Allah. In other words give me death. Without that trial and tribulation prophesy some asking as Alka Becker. I asked you of your love ya Allah will help determine your handbook and the love of those who love you. Yeah, Allah will hope but am earning your gullible ILA

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how big and the love of deeds? Yeah, which bring you in closer which brings me closer to your love. Follow it so. So the precise things after that, surely it is the truth. Learn it and teach it. Some Allahu alayhi salam as we are doing today. 100 Allah made us of those who are still from those who are learning it and teaching it to others as is the prophesized

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asset just such a beautiful Hadith the Prophet SAW and his humility and wonderful character

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when he's been told to ask, didn't ask for policies didn't ask for riches. He didn't ask for this. Look, what are you asking for shuttle a loved one.

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much of the point of that was to show you about Hassan Earth. Yeah. How they not only remove a sin, but increase

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the degrees and give you an award on top of that. Yeah, and also to show you that Salah in the Salah is not even mentioned

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this motion in the other Hadith, which shows you side gives extra and more on top as well.

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Hassan as I said includes

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Tober and it's the cloud. Yeah, includes Toba and estate firm. But it is not limited to that.

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When we talk about

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October and this thick fog

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this is such an important of course fundamental

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quality and character of Ambia and Russell and all of solid came and brought me in and Muslimeen crucial quality, crucial quality.

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To the extent that as it mentioned in Sanya, Deeth and Muslim which many of you will know from Abu Hurayrah tadoba Allah who I'm all all of us who live Salallahu Alaihe Salam

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we're lucky enough cbdmd messenger of Allah so Allah Salam said, by him, Allah sticking prophesized some ticking by him. In whose hands is my soul. Yeah.

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In whose hand is my soul, lo lamb toes, nibble a few we're all not to commit sin Lahab Allah who become if you were all to become of those who do not commit sin, Allah will get rid of you all. Yeah, sweep, you wipe you all away. Lahab Allah will become wala just a big Omen, and for surely he will then bring a people, human beings who sing and who ask forgiveness from Allah. Yeah. So that Allah will forgive them.

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What's the meaning of that?

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Of course, the meaning of that hadith isn't an encouragement for you to go on sinning.

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Part of the meaning of this and this is the,

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the limitlessness of the forgiveness of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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second part the meaning of it that Allah loves his slaves, his creatures to ask forgiveness from him, because he loves to forgive. Yeah.

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The third meaning of it is not, don't go around doing lots of sin. But do never think yourself as a person. I believe that a human being who has not done sin or will never do sin.

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Never think like that. Because what will that produce? haughtiness and pride. And a proud person who thinks they are not doing any sense their night. Will they do Toba on the stick for? Not likely? I look

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at the example, the Prophet SAW Salam, yeah, are deluding yourself that you are not a sinner, then it is a delusion from shaitan. It is a delusion project on because it was stunning. And you need to ask Allah for forgiveness, who forgives all sins. So that's why I said it's such a central concept for and beyond Russell, and he and their followers

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to ask Allah smart Allah forgiveness. On the other side of it, the fourth element in the Hadith that I've just thought about

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is, there's hope in it isn't that there is hope for the sinner, who is thinking I have done so much sin. How can I turn up now to Allah and ask him for forgiveness? And I've asked him again and again and again. Yeah, and I feel thought shame. And I've lived years of sinning and now there's no chance for me, there's no chance for me this is from shaitan

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and for that, we should remember the Hadith of the person who killed 99 and killed 100 Yeah, you all know that and if I don't need to go into any if you don't, I'll mention it at the end if you want to ask me. But

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that's why and that is in that hadith as well. Yeah. The whole prison that hadith of Allah forgiveness so never give up. Which is in line with Allah so Allah says in the Quran, isn't it? Allah subhanaw taala says, Cool yeah, very rarely lugging stuff who

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will? Yeah, cool.

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Yeah, burial Athena as far as who?

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forcing him kupuna to midwife Matthew. Mala young funeral even know how young for you

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in Nulato yo, the no match me in now who I love for all Rafi.

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My slaves who have committed excesses against themselves committed sins against themselves because sin is actually robbing ourselves even if we're doing wrong to others or st damaging ourselves, because the center piling up against me. So look at the way last month I was putting those who committed excesses and sin against themselves.

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Do not despair in the Mercy of Allah Surely Allah forgives all sins in Allah yo dono badger me Jeremy

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in now who well over four or Rafi and surely he is off forgiving me the off forgiving the Most Merciful

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in the lie of proven Oh my god. Yeah. So they having no don't have despair, because the statement there surely ALLAH forgives all sins. However,

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how do we tell you that when when when Allah subhanho wa Taala says in Allahu Allah your funeral he I use Shirakami while you're doing as Ali clean my show,

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my Yoshitake biller he forgot this file for this is man all the

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time. surely ALLAH

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does not forgive but one that someone associates

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See anything or anyone with him?

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But he forgives all aside? Yeah, from that, for whomever he wills and whoever does ship with Allah, associate partners with Allah.

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Then they have indeed invented a great, great sin and lie. Yeah.

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How do we tell you that with Allah forgives all sins and how do we tell it that with a third verse, in which Allah subhanaw taala says instead of for call out for con

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chapter 25

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Alaskan wildlife says well levena about a battle rough man, the slaves of the merciful what is some of the quality? Well Levine Allah Onana Allah He

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for our two

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Jaco Tolonen Neff seletti How Rama Allahu Allah Bill hoppy Well, yours New Moon Romania for Alba leak Lika yell

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those they do not call Yeah. To other other gods besides Allah with the law

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and they do not kill a person that Allah has forbidden the killing of except in justice which means through the court the court systems while is known and do not commit sexual adultery or may Yaffa Valiquette whoever does that any of these Yeah, we'll face meat punishment of it.

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You love Lola Zaboo your

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fee fee him or her

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punishment for that person will be multiplied increased on the Day of Resurrection and He will dwell in that punishment forever and ever. Yeah, despised

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that Allah smart last days. Look at the sins is mentioned remember the sins ship killing and adultery.

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Then Allah says in

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and our amulet

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Rula Iike you bet ecobank de la salle de de him mahesana Like and hola hola for our Rafi

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except the one who does Toba and believes and does good works right just beads. For such for such people. Allah changes that bad deeds into good deeds for Allah is oft forgiving, Most Merciful.

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So I hope you listened to those three different selections about Toba and forgiveness.

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The first one saying Allah forgives all sins second one saying Allah doesn't forgive Shem Yeah, forgive us anything else besides that for whomever he wills and the third one mentioning those major sins and then saying, accept the one who does Toba Allah will change that bad deeds into good deeds

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How do we understand and marry them all together?

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without first sight it might look like a discrepancy and a contradiction

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any offers

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know we're all very quiet today.

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Nobody's going to say anything.

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Sound like I'm sorry to mention this it seems like

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asking for forgiveness doing further and then maintaining and doing good.

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Later on. To me, it seems like Allah will inshallah forgive and replace those sins with good deeds.

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So when Allah says He forgives all sins?

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Yeah, in the first verse, and then we find a verse that says he doesn't forgive ship. How do we match up and marry that

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Well it's there in the cola cola yeah by the arena Astra koala unforeseen notice when he says Do not despair at the mercy of Allah Surely Allah forgives all sins What did you say at the end? In a who who was a for Rahim? Surely He is d of forgiving the merciful or forgiving means you're asking for forgiveness.

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Yeah. And he doesn't forgive ship. Yeah lion Phil nuestra kabhi. Yeah, that's talking about forgiveness in the hereafter.

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That verse when Allah says surely Allah will not forgive that yet that

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association or shank is done with him.

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And he forgives anything aside from that, for whom He wills that

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means that the ship was done for it. It also means other sins that somebody's done in the earth. Allah may forgive them in the hereafter. Even without Toba? Isn't that right?

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Isn't that right?

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Just thinking about

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can ALLAH forgive all? That's what that's that's the context of that verse. Many people don't understand the context of this verse.

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In the law says they may share because otherwise the rule of Allah Himself is if you ask forgiveness while you're still in this dunya Allah will forgive for sure. Yeah, I agree. So then he won't need to say who for whomever He wills. He's saying it for whomever he wills in the hereafter even for the one who didn't do go back.

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Yeah, even for the one of the Toba. And I think that's why the idea in one of the authentic hadith, on the Day of Judgment, that some buddy who's committed a sin, a believer

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was committed sin, a serious sin from the cabeza.

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They kept it hidden from all everybody else. Yeah, except whoever they could did it with or otherwise, on their own. Allah, Allah will cover them on the Day of Judgment and ask them privately. Did you do this? And the Hadith says, they'll say yes, your ally did. And Allah says, I've kept it covered for you and I've forgiven you.

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That's happening in the hereafter. But if you ask forgiveness, and don't Toba in this world, that's not going to happen. Because you've already Allah has already promised if you sincerely do Toba look in the verse last verse I mentioned it mentioned somebody doing ship somebody doing Cottle killing some cotton. Somebody's doing Zina. Yeah. And then the law says lemon Tarbela Armand, hammer, the hammer and Sonics.

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And I'll come to that verse who's talking about doing Tober? Yeah, I'd love for changing the bad days into good ones. Yeah.

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thinning the bodies into good ones. So I'll come back to that anyway. Now.

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There's another I want to mention about doing sincere Toba which has a slightly different meaning.

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So you see here, the idea Toba in the world leads to wiping away of sins. That's why the idea is clear. When Allah says Allah forgives all sins, yeah. And many Hadith bring this out. One of the hadith is going to come in at one of the, towards the end of the 40 Hadith of a Maori where it mentions about or son of Adam, where your sins to reach into the heavens as far as the clouds or be as nearly as great as great as the Earth. And you turn to me sincerely after asking forgiveness of me. What does Allah says

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what's his answer? He's already given the answer.

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Surely, I will forgive you my forgiveness will be as great as that.

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So let's Allah as promised already.

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Everybody clear with me?

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Yeah, yeah, this is very

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Pull him to understand. So Allah remember

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some people may send a hadith which is

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reported as a hadith, which, from Abdullah Massoud saying the Prophet SAW Islam said but it is not authentic. It is life. That a tide mechanism. Camilla bumbler, the one who does Toba from their sin is like the one who has no sin.

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This is not authentic hadith.

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But is the idea of meaning correct?

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Yeah, well, I've given you all the evidence says and there's lots more, aside from that we can eat which we don't need, which is giving you that idea very clearly. Allah wipes away the sin. There are other Hadith in Bukhari Muslim, many of them about a slave doing the sin, coming to Allah saying, Ya Allah, I have sinned. Yeah. And Allah says, yes, my servant has come to me. Yeah, knowing that he can turn to no one else, recognizing me as the Lord, that I can. Only I will, I can forgive. So I have forgiven him. Yeah. Then the server goes away. After some time comes again. And then it mentions three or four times the reported Hadith for the sermon keeps coming back saying the same

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thing. And Allah responds the same way each time even though Yeah.

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And, and at the end, Allah says, I have forgiven him. Yeah. Then Allah says in that hadith, he could see what he can do whatever he wants to now I have forgiven him.

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Subhanallah that's not, of course, the misunderstand meaning of that would be a person for us to believe that we can carry on do as much soon as possible possible as we want. And he's forgiven. No. The idea is that he's told that like the Hadith about things nearly as great as yourself to these Toba never stopped turning back to Allah sincerely. But of course, try and reform yourself and stop yourself from singing. Not you make a plan to play tricks and games with God, then you're definitely heading for hellfire. Because you can't play tricks with Allah. Because your insincerity is there that isn't it? If I'm doing it with this twisted mind, oh, look, Allah said do whatever you want.

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Yeah, you are forgiven, right? That's a green card. I'm gonna do as much soon as possible. And then I'll just say Allah forgive me. Oh, forgive me. That's not sincerity. Is it?

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You understand? Everybody? Yeah, that's not sincerity. So there are as I said, there's many a hadith about saints being so great. And last night Allah forgiving. Even the one about Allah coming down every night in the last night of the night. Yeah.

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fentanyl, right. One of the things he's calling out what did he say?

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Is anybody there asking for forgiveness? What's his answer?

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So that I can forgive as surely for certainly I will forgive them Subhan Allah subhanho wa Taala and my huge people

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everybody with me?

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Yes, yes. So um, now

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so what does in this verse What does it mean nevertheless?

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After messaging ship,

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adultery and

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Yeah, and the punishment that they will face multiplied the punishment Allah Thank you Daphna. Hola Hola. As a punishment will be multiplied for that person on the day of your mocha Jana where you have to look at him Ohana and in the end, he or she will dwell in that punishment forever and never disgraced. Then says Allah in tab

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mula Salia.

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Will you go Ubud deal Allah will say to him has Anna like, now Allahu wa for our Rafi

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except the one who does Toba. But here notice Allah didn't just say except the one who does Toba. There's a very important word there after that. What does he say

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missed Allah on before that.

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He loved man. taba?

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missed that

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why do I mention that?

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Why is that a key there?

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And that will help us understand what changing bad deeds into good deeds mean

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I was just thinking about this today, you know, I've been thinking about this verse for a long time. And all Omar had various understandings, but I was just reflecting on it today and I think that's the key there.

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The fact that Allah says except the one who does Toba and believes and does righteous deeds means that the person who did the killing and the ship

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and the adultery was what before this

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believer or disbeliever.

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believer or disbeliever

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lever before this disbeliever display

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the thing shell

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so that's why Allah Fanta is missing not Allah don't just say lemon Tebow I mean Amylin Salia Han except the water this Tober and does now righteous deeds, Allah says, except the one who does Toba and now believes and does righteous deeds.

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For such a person, Allah will change their bad deeds into good deeds, what kind of Allah who are for Rahima? So that the best way to understand Allah ma

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one of the opinions of the Allah ma who did the See of this

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that before they were disbelievers? Yeah, all the deeds were set. Yeah. So yeah, there was sin.

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Because they didn't believe in Allah. Now to believe in Allah, in itself is October. That turned back to Allah. When you believe the fact that

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they became believers, as believers now doing Koba and doing good deeds, their bad deeds that they used to do now they're doing good deeds instead.

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So Allah has changed the deeds they used to do it for all bad into good deeds means after Eman. Yeah, they are now doing good deeds.

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So they're doing Hassan out instead, which is what's going to happen when you become a believer.

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They get counted.

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And that's a similar idea, which is brought out in the famous Hadith, which I mentioned many times to you before of

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Amrinder laughs Um, rebel us who embraced Islam after would they be

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the father of a black man, unbelievable as the scholarly Sahabi generated many Hadith by his father, unbelievable above us when he was on his deathbed, he was crying. And he remembered what the Prophet SAW Islam said when he came to give his bear of belief and to believe in the prophets. I saw them. But before he gave the bear and Eman and the handler probably said, Give me your hand. Yes. So the Prophet SAW Salem took out his hand and I'm gonna ask member pulled his hand back. So the police are slammed. And what's the matter with you? I'm not you told me to give you a hand. But why are you doing this? He said, I want condition.

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I want condition before I do the Shahada. What condition was he asking for?

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Forgiveness to be forgiven the previous lens. Yeah, you know, because he fought against the Prophet SAW Salem, in the same Hadith he says that I went through different phases in my life and what a phase in my life that the messenger was the most hated person in his life. He said, If I died in that state, I would have headed straight for *. And he's saying after that, when he came to embrace Islam after that, till these deaths were messengers i was the most loved person in his life. Yeah, he couldn't. He said, I couldn't look at the prophets, Allah Salam, after I done the shahada, because of just my humility, his His radiance, and his magnificent character, and he felt shy

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i in front of the Prophet saw some because of what he'd done before

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so and then the province doesn't work conditions. He said Yara salah, so that can be forgiven. So then the prophesy Islam and the famous statement he said, Do you not know or amor

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in Islam? Yeah, the more popular were in the hatred after that the more popular her were in the hajj. Yeah, the more popular but he added things. He said, Do you not know Ahmed? That surely Islam meaning now coming to believe, wipes away all that which has gone before?

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destroys all that's gone before of the sin and surely his euro and he'd been Hijra as well now as well because he's come from Mecca to Medina. So can the good news? Yeah, as surely hedgerows migrating, and that has a meaning of being the migration of the Sahaba Hijra. And also Hijra means remember to migrate from singing to doing good deeds, like the one who killed 100 People also was doing the draw

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from the stand.

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So it has that meaning as well. Doing hijra, yet wipes away all that of the bad deeds from before and surely hudge doing Hajj wipes away all that which has gone before on this basis.

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And on what grant has said anywhere about the tobacco near that hadith and mentioned about doing Toba and Mo Farah and embracing Islam in this idea in the verses about embracing Islam, which he brought out in this hadith as well for Aboriginal us all the previous deeds but these are being wiped away.

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Yeah, all the and many people mentioned

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a tobacco today Buma tabula, as though it's a Hadith of the Prophet so I assume it's actually not going to authentically for the prophesy Salam again, it is very famous. I told that to kanji Buma paavola that toll down wipes away what went before? No, you don't need it as a hadith because it's not authentic, but we have it from Quran and Sunnah already, including the Hadith tell us that's what it's based on, that

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sins are wiped away, what have gone before with Toba with Tober.

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here, this one is similar to what the IRS is saying here. So his bad deeds are being left behind now what he's doing of good deeds and therefore his bad deeds replaced by good deeds. Some said that is the case in the Hereafter, which applies to a particular Hadith of the last person was taken out of hellfire and put into paradise. But it's one person where all his bad deeds because obviously he was there last in hellfire. Yeah, not last to remain in hellfire, the last part to be taken out of hellfire and the last person to go into paradise. This hadith mentions, yeah, Allah forgives all attendees, all of his bad deeds into good deeds at that juncture, when he transfers him, but those

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who are going to stay in * forever and ever, they're still there. So we don't need to go there. Because this idea is wider than that. It's general application, not just for that one person. So really, this meaning of bad deeds changed into good deeds change into good deeds, is the idea of somebody embracing Islam doing Tober and then the bad they used to do, and they start doing good instead.

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30 quarter past eight.

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Let me finish with this.

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Still, I'm told that

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Allah Subhan Allah, Allah says, in another part of the Quran

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in surah, 66, verse eight,

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Allah subhanaw taala says

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Yeah, are you are loving to Elon law, he told back then, that so

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as Rob bukem, he kept FIRA consejo de como yo the he'll call from

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where am I? Sorry, I've lost myself while you're the healer

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that Jannati in touch with email, that's the * and

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last thought I hear in this part of the verse. He says, Oh, you who believe do Toba turn to Allah in sincere

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A Toba?

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I saw Rob Bukom

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perhaps your Lord

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and you can feel uncomfy article will wipe away from you your sins while you're the filler calm and enter you into Gardens underneath which rivers flow

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Allah subhanaw taala saying that this is for believers of course this is there's no demand mix in here this. This is about some anybody doing sincere Toba. Allah forgives all sins Allah saying he'll that when he says perhaps here is this interesting Assad of Boko.

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Yeah. And in other parts of the Quran Allah says as Salah who am Yahuwah and whom Yeah, what can Allah have a full a full webinar for? That Perhaps Allah will pardon them for showing that for Allah is pardoning and all forgiving Clement and also giving full of clemency

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when a sir, perhaps is applied to human beings, Allah Allah

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Yeah, it is as it is translated perhaps. Yeah, for example, if you take the idea of

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fasting in Ramadan Yeah, Allah Hafiz

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about a goodie bag Ali Kuya your booty barleycorn we'll see and we'll come up with the bell Latina, Bobby Lee calm LA and Latin. For

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all you who believe fasting has been written prescribed for you as it was for those before you.

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La Isla Contacta Gouda perhaps you may get Taqwa perhaps you may not that's why is perhaps depending on what you put into it, but when law Allah NASA is used with Allah, it is not to be understood like that. A blender Abbas Nandi Allahu Anhu map, the total amount of Quran the translator an explainer of the Quran from the Sahaba he said in authentic report reported by imagery in his stuff, seed of poverty of the Quran, he said Assam in Allah wa Jeeva that when Allah says Assa, it is confirm an absolute, Allah will show it means Allah will surely so when you when Allah says, you know you who believe that? Do tobac yet sincere Toba? Yeah it's not perhaps your Lord will yet

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block out your sins from you. For surely your Lord will block out of what your sense from you Subhanallah Yeah, very important to understand that

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very important to understand because you may not find it in the translation

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The perhaps reads from outside, not from Allah as promised Allah will if we are sincere, wipe away the sins and it can start out with Mason the Hadith as well before and

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cafe Kufa or your cafe here I'm pumped atonement is called which means covering or wiping away of the sins

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Scotland's had some discussion about because some places are less vital I've mentioned

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yellowfin, lagoons, Aruba where your customer

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or your customer and come see article. Yeah. All right Banana,

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banana cylinders, blue banana, where you can fit under see attina as he's missing the Quran, our Lord

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forgive us our sins and block away our things. So some scholars discussed and said there are slightly different things.

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A reality is forgiveness from farfara as we'll come to, and KEF Farah blotting out his sins are the same thing. They're very similar in meaning only thing when they come together in a verse in one place, then perhaps you can say forgiveness of the note is of forgiveness of major sins and blocking out and kept Farah is of the smallest insane but if they come on their own, they can cover both. If you understand what I'm saying. If they come along, they can cover both because Katha

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The same root word is used for kuffaar.

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But if I say the word kuffaar it has the usual meaning that came after the Quran and Sunnah that nearly all Muslims understand. If I said to you prefer you think I'm talking about disbelievers. And you will be right. But not always. Because Allah Allah uses the word kofod in the Quran, in one place to refer to,

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to refer to.

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I won't say farmers because farmers can be herding cattle and sheep, but crop growers.

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Those who saw the seed the seed soldiers because they put the seed and they cover it with soil. They are also known in the Quran in surah alpha d. arguable kofod Another two? Yeah, the growth comes from the rain from the ground is pleasing to the eyes of the soles of the seed here Kfar doesn't mean disbelievers. So what's the root Kapha Kapha means to cover up. That's why it's used for the farmer. Yeah, to cover up.

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And it's used for Kuffar of the saints. Yeah. But Allah kufra see, I see. Yeah, because he covers the things and what some of and it's used for disbelievers because disbeliever, in reality is the one who receives the message understood and knows it's the truth, but they cover it up to try and ignore the truth and reject it.

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reject it. Yeah. So that's why they're also known from the same word, Gopher, yeah, because covering up and linked with that gopher and rejection is ingratitude. Because kofod are also those people have disbelievers despite knowing the bounties and creating everything God's given them, they're covering up yeah, that all those bounties neglecting them and not thanking Allah, the greatest of ingratitude is to disbelieve and reject God after all, an arm and netmail has given you isn't it? That's why in the Quran also, when sugar is used, and its opposite is used Allah uses copper Yeah.

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So Allah smart law says

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first go Rooney as go to Home wash. Good, holy you. Take two. Yeah, so remember me and I will remember you and be grateful to me, and do not be tech for Rooney. Do not be ungrateful to me. Do not be ungrateful and the ungrateful people on disbelievers so is that as a double meaning there, but it's meaning there and he's used other places as well. The meaning of ingratitude, which see all those are linked, but interestingly

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a referral also is like a covering cause in Arabic MegaFon MegaFon, which from from cover Cafaro is an helmet you put on your head to cover your head, for example, in battle, they call them MC FOB, or mitfa Yeah.

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So love Farah and Kasara is similar meaning in that sense of, of forgiveness or clearing

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the since and Allah knows best. We will end there today. I I thought we'd finished it but we haven't.

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But certainly a big section of it we have in sha Allah

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what I'm going to hopefully do next time in sha Allah is look at the third aspect of good character but also I'm going to mention

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what even Tamia Rahim a whole lot summarized as based on what we've been talking about today. The things that will wipe away since for us 10 things that will wipe away sins for us and zarabozo instance those in a summary in his exposition of disobeys at the end. So I will go into I'll go into those inshallah and that will be the next session

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a call call we had was that for Lulu, you will recall in level four Rahim any questions

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I hope I didn't lose you are made complicated and confusing.

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kalasha a quick one. So this should I take from this that's from spirit for con is that those who are believers now and has committed killing for example and then asking for forgiveness and then this does not apply to them

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no, this is no you go to the other eyes Allah forgives all sins

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yeah because then another part of the brain Allah says a believer who occasionally kills a believer they will go they will be put into the fire forever and ever. Does that mean there's no forgiveness for them?

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You don't need this idea for that.

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But you got other ideas for that person? Yeah. But this is talking about those who come to believe from disbelief.

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The one intro for calm that you're asking about? Yeah.

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Because in fact the I after that will cover them as well.

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Because after that, Allah says mentions Toba again. But notice no Eman there he says woman turbo amela I'm Alan sauce. Well, I mean I saw your hand in metal in here too. Elon law. Amen.

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Yeah, yeah. That whoever does a Tober and does righteous deed then they have turned to Allah meaning ALLAH is accept their return and Toba.

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Generalized kind of idea that comes that generalize them well for everybody. Yeah.

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Oh, okay. Any other questions?

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I think I'm brought them in here. Can you hear me okay? They got us out of the law. Loud and clear. Today. Salah sorry. It's all my fault. If sometimes my technology lets me down.

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Just want to ask you about a very interesting subject about forgiveness and how to Santana's forgiveness is supreme. But something that's occurred to me was is that when one of us and it could be me, or it could be a person I know one of us from our community has been wronged by another person. Is it better? I mean, certainly, in my instance, say if I feel that I've been wronged by somebody else, and knowing that Alice Matala is obviously all forgiving, All Merciful. Is it better for me to forgive that person who has wronged me? Now in this life well has given me life, rather than waiting for the death Kiama for Allah Santana's judgment to be made when I if it had happened

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to me Subhanallah that I feel that that injustice was done and waiting for recompense on the day of Kim.

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Good question.

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I'll tell you in a minute why it's a good question.

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Over the years involved in Islamic work and in the communities for many years, I came across people who when they were wrong, even by their brothers, rather than Islam or sisters

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