Channel: Musleh Khan
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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh brothers and sisters, it is Part Eight of being a Ramadan superstar. Now we're about to head into or head towards the finish line the last 10 nights of the month of Ramadan. This is the most blessed days of Ramadan, it's the most blessed at time, it's the time when rewards are multiplied even more. But there's one special night that I want to highlight in sha Allah for myself and all of you and that is of course later to lucado. Now I'm not going to talk to you about the blessings of later to Qatar, and I'm going to talk to you about our responsibilities for later to Qatar. Just make sure that you become consistent and you stay that way
each and every single night. Because remember, brothers and sisters the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that Laila to Qatar is can be on the odd nights of the last 10 nights of Ramadan, so you have at least five nights that possibly later to Qatar could be on. The real dilemma is depending on when you started, what could be an odd night for you is an even night for some another community or someone else. So what this is telling you is that even though we didn't start off on the same page, we all have a responsibility to stay consistent. Don't save up all of your deeds and all of your practices for that one night because you have no idea. What if Allah azza wa jal does
counted as an even night. What if Allah azza wa jal counts as as an odd night? Just keep consistent. That's the key and you all know the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam once told us that Allah azza wa jal loves the deeds that are consistent. So you want to make sure that you're always doing that. And you try to finish strong. The prophecy is seldom used a phrase to describe how he would welcome these last 10 nights. And the the wording in Arabic it says a steady, zero. It's as if he took his garment and he tightened it even tighter. Now think about like if you've ever seen in the cartoons or movies where you see the character, the the karate fighter, when he or she wants to engage the
other person, they take their head bent, and they tied it even tighter. And then they go for it, they engage. Well, this is exactly the attitude that you have with the last 10 nights. The promise I send him is saying to that he's basically tying his garment around his waist even tighter, because now he wants to finish and he wants to finish really, really strong. So if you've been going through the hardship throughout the month, now is the time to take it even a step further. The last point that I want to mention, you've been doing so much for at least 20 days of Ramadan. Now you're asked or you're required to increase that even more Why? It's as if you're the expectations are just
becoming more and more of you, the more practicing and devoted you are to Allah. What this is teaching you is Allah azza wa jal wants you to strive to be the best that you can be, you know, Muslims, we often settle for just the bare minimum, we're always just lead Oh, we just want the bare minimum of something here something that we want the cheapest things, we never strive or we never aim high or we just very selective in how we do that alone wants this to be a part of your life. You always got to be the best not only in what you and how you look, and how you speak and the things that you own. But even in your performance and your devotion to Allah, you want to be the best.
Don't just leave off things because they're just sitting there. Treat them in your mind as though they're why Jim, treat them in your mind that your day is incomplete without it a low once you in these last 10 nights to get that discipline really, really strong, encrypted in your life, that you have what it takes to be a strong good Muslim. So keep pushing yourself. Be optimistic and aim high in sha Allah, Allah. So those are the words I want to leave you guys with. I hope you enjoy the last 10 nights of Ramadan. May Allah azza wa jal Bless you all Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh