Channel: Musleh Khan
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June are all the same in Xena una una camisa, moto LT XL, la European peon smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Allah He often Osada woman, while barytes, Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu. We are on verse number two in suta, to rot, and we will continue, actually, we'll go up to probably verse number five, but let's see how it goes in sha Allah. So we've already done the introduction, those of you that are joining us for the first time, you have to check out the first episode in order to understand where we are, what we're talking about why we're talking about the concepts and principles that we're going to be addressing in
today's episode in sha Allah. So let's get right into it. Yeah, you will let me know exactly the same way that the sutra began, the second a continues. Now this is very rare throughout the Quran. And to have two verses to start off the exact same way consecutively, one after the other is extremely, extremely rare, rare throughout the entire quarter. And what this teaches us is that both of these subjects require both of these require some sense of Amen. You've got to have some grounding, some sense of faith and a little bit of understanding, respect, loyalty and honor, particularly for the Prophet Allah has sought to ascend to truly appreciate and understand what the
message is going to be just like ignoramus rude what are the alohar one set, every time you hear yet you have Latina MnO, then prepare, either Allah is going to command us to do something, or he's going to command us to refrain from something. So the only way that you can internalize those commands, is you have to be able to and you must have at least the ability to recognize faith and amen when you see it. So a lot begins now the second a Yeah, you want to let me know lithographer or swatter, come felco Sultan, B, don't you for a moment, raise your voices above the voice of our Prophet alayhi salatu. So now, we touched on this in the first episode. So let's talk a little bit
more about why this is important. So we've addressed to the prophets, I said that if you're talking about a political leader, you can talk about all the political leaders on the planet, but you can't talk about the Prophet it starts with some as a political leader, the same way you would talk about all other leaders, the prophet Allah Azza wa sallam was a teacher, you can't speak about teachers the same way you will talk about the profit it subtle stuff, it's a completely different category. You know why? And some of the reasons we mentioned in the first episode to add to the, the profit value, so to sum is being taught and guided by Allah. He is getting his direct knowledge and
direction and guidance from Allah subhanho wa Taala himself. So that alone puts him in a separate category, that no one compares to him. salallahu alayhi wasallam
Now, the way to practice and implement the love and the sacredness that we have for him, Allah, his salatu salam, here is one of the first etiquettes that so habits are being taught and reminded of, Don't raise your voice above the voice of the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam. Now that makes sense. When you're standing in front of him, you don't talk over them. You're literally there. You don't raise your voice over him. So how do you and I relate to this? Well, it's really simple. Yesterday, we emphasized quite a bit, that when you're talking
About the profit on his subtle salon, or you're mentioning one of his statements, or you hear a hadith or you're learning about him or his tradition, you have to be able to treat that knowledge as though he is standing in front of you. And as though he's narrating, and he's relaying the same knowledge, you're getting it directly from him. You have to treat as you're studying Bahati, you're studying Muslim and you're studying all day, you know, you're studying all of these massive volumes of collections of ahaadeeth, you've got to be able to treat it as though he is there teaching you this sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And so when you're reading it, you're not going to read it and be
like, what the heck is this, you're not going to make statements like that. Because you don't do that with quarter end, you're not going to attribute any sarcasm, you're not going to emphasize in places where there is no emphasis needed. In other words, the etiquettes and the mannerisms that we display, when we're studying his Sunnah is how we get to implement this first teaching in this area. So when Allah says, Don't raise your voice, don't speak about him, or listen to his teachings in a way that you would listen or speak about others. So others, maybe you can raise your voice when you talk about them out of excitement and just like oh, my God, and you just you're mixing words, but
everybody just can listen to them, and they don't care what the volume of your voices when it comes to the profit on a sort of solemn. There is a sense of spirit and sacredness when you're talking about it. You know, they gotta remember this is a man, that Allah himself, he said, in a law, one law, he Carter, who you saw lunarlon nebby, it started off that Allison salons and prayers and salutations to the Messenger of Allah who it was, you know, if the a is stopped there, if Allah said in Allah, ha, you're suddenly Island, maybe, if it just mentioned that only Allah and excluding the angels, they sent Salutations to the Prophet are they sought to serve that area would have been
enough? Really, whoa,
a lot of sense, to the profit at least.
And I don't, or I'm going to do it whenever I feel like I'm just going to kind of drag the words along. You know what I mean? Like that kind of etiquettes is what this a is talking about. So it's not just about the voice. It's about the overall discipline and etiquette of our respect, and loyalty to him. Salalah Who are you? So this is why I named the video that we have to reconfigure our relationship with Him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, because we almost never talk about these etiquettes. You know, that leads me to the next point. It's one thing when we're talking about academia, you know, you're going to sit there and you're going to critique his Hadeeth. And you're
going to ask questions, you're going to sift out what's right or wrong. That's one thing. But when you're critiquing, or you're going through, you know, this intense level of studies, and you know, you're sitting there and you're writing PhDs critiquing and criticizing his every footstep and making statements like you know, his son that just doesn't belong in 2021 it doesn't belong in the list it doesn't belong in our community or a lot of his teachings have to be reformed they have to be rethought you have lost that spirit completely. And a yet like this when it's telling you don't raise your voice above him. For a lot of us that's almost impossible to imagine or comprehend. And
this is why let's put it all together. This is why the A A started off with what Yeah, you have Latina M and
what did you have to have, in order to understand an internalized letter or sweat token fell consultant? How could you internalize that statement? What is it that you needed? it? Wasn't those intense academic conversations and studies? No, it wasn't debating his pseudonym. No, it wasn't critiquing his pseudonym. No.
It was actually because you had an ounce of recognition of what true faith and he man was all about. When you have a Latina m in in you.
Then when the Prophet Allah Allah, his slaughter, when Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us Don't raise your voice above the voice of this man. It makes sense.
It makes perfect sense if I can, okay, I would never, you know, next time I speak of him, or I mentioned his name, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. I'm going to make sure that I send peace and blessings to him every Friday.
Particularly on Friday because why that's the sooner on Friday, increase your selam to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and in some ways, saying some Allah who it was said of Allahumma salli, ala Muhammad while early Mohammed and so on and so forth. When you do that on Friday, in some ways the scholars teach us that it's even more important and more blessed than reciting Quran on Fridays. We're not saying that now suddenly suddenly become secondary. No, we're talking we're saying that everything has a time and place. And so sending Selim and prayers to the Prophet on a subtle some on Juma day is is the prime time to do that. And if they're playing him Rahim, Allah actually wrote a
book, where he mentioned 39 different blessings 39 blessings and rewards that you and I get for saying sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or for saying Allahumma salli ala Muhammad 39 It ranges from everything from good health, strength, long life, your supply is accepted your your money is filled with better care and, and blessings and it just goes on and on and on. You know, maybe one day inshallah when we take some time to really tap into some of the sadhana traditions and we look at some Hadeeth and different things like that. We'll add that to the list in shot low will add that we'll go through those 3939 blessings that in no claim are human luck comes up with and it's
absolutely remarkable. You will never look at Allahumma salli ala Muhammad the same way again. And this area will make complete sense. Now Allah continues listen to what Allah subhanaw taala says next it's remarkable. Well attach her hula hoop below pole Kj hurry bar all the commonly about And don't you dare raise your voice gehouden is when you're shouting or a what's going on man that's generated?
And then Allah continues bill code kegel Harry battle DICOM labeled the same way you raise your voice with each other don't do that when you're with the profit artist so to speak, or when you're talking about him. So you can be like a sommelier. Cool, man. What's going on bro? You can be like yo profit by selling my bro. Yo, I mean, you know process I said, and then you start talking. And I've seen this before. I'm sure a lot of you have seen it right? carefully. I'm gonna just do a little bit of acting. But you know, you ever see somebody who quotes Hadeeth and you're like, yeah, the prophet alayhi salatu wa sallam, he said, we should never ever treat somebody unless we want
this and that and done. And I'm like, dude,
I don't think the Prophet Alayhi salat wa salam made this gesture ever.
And even if he was teaching had teeth, and even his students receiving high teeth, they didn't just get all gangster in front of them.
So that's one scenario. Another scenario. The Prophet Izod was set up said you got to have a beard. Dude, relax. First of all, when you're angry, don't speak about him. Salalah audio so don't mention his name.
Because the Prophet Alayhi salat wa sallam never preached his message, whilst he was in any state of anger.
And if he was upset, he was civilized. He was dignified and subpanel law, a law represented in the poor and several times that if he ever lost control of his emotions, what Allah subhanho wa Taala would have done and what would have been the consequence. So for example, in sudo, earlier marohn Allah tells him what oh, couldn't have been honey is a pub. land from boom and Holic. If you were somebody now, this is one kind of anger mentioned in the poor and football. Well, it couldn't have been the rally so far been Holly's football. Is this. Look at my face, guys. This is football.
It's just the facial expression of anger. I almost started laughing there. That wouldn't have made sense, right? So it's a facial expression, where you don't say a word and you know how some people they just can't hide their emotions. They can't hide their anger. That's faba allez telling prompts, I sell them after the Battle of awkward was done. sahabas made a terrible mistake. 70 plus lives were lost. And a prophecy is being worn by Allah. If you show this level of anger as their leader, if you at least just express and your facial features changes and expresses that you're angry or upset with them, you the leader, Len fabu min Holic. No one will take you seriously. No one will
follow you. You know that's leadership. You talk
About a leadership course, that's a leadership course that one verse inserted earlier on. So when we talk about Don't raise your voices. When you're talking about the Prophet Allah Soto, sir bill Cole, if you've mentioned in even just one statement, calm down, relax, you can be arguing you can be fighting you can be going through these really intense debates to try to knock down your opponent. That's not what headies is for. The Prophet Allah Azza wa sallam never shouted and argued Hadith with any companion. Do you know do you notice that he never saw Allah Allah was seldom argued his way through anything.
He you know, I'll tell you something that's really really remarkable. Listen to this
Hamza, even Abdullah rhodiola one. So he comes out of the Laverne
the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam is his nephew.
And the moment the Prophet is sought to serve becomes a prophet. He never calls him by his name again, he calls him rasulillah and nebby are Isha, although the Allah marinha is his wife. Do you know? And I'm sure a lot of you may have noticed this, but a lot of you probably be like, whoa, wait a minute. That that's, that's that is true. That's pretty obvious. There's not a single hadith of our Isha or LDL lohana when she narrates a statement from her husband that she says my husband said so. Or Mohammed says, so every single hadith of our Isha tada de la Horner. She starts off with rasulillah. She calls him by his title.
Can you imagine that kind of transition going from this is your husband, your nephew? To now they behaves become a prophet. So you don't even call him uncle or you don't call him you know, by his name. You call him by his title. These are people that grew up and they lived with him. salallahu alayhi wasallam. Yet they still respect it. And they never raised their voices above or over him either his salatu salam. So what about you and I,
that same discipline is still and must be preserved till this day, so lahardee was on them. And that brings it I mean, there's so many examples, you know, you have a guy, there'll be sitting, he's on YouTube, and he'll start clapping and singing, the prophet is so disarming and start dancing, that have a big party for him. And you'll start jumping around and just doing all kinds of stuff and you're just like, God,
the prophet, Allah, Allah azza wa jal is saying, don't even speak with a loud voice when you're making reference to him. sallallahu alayhi wasallam and that's what you guys are doing. So primal law is like some have taken their praise and their admiration for the Prophet earlier so it was up to whole nother level. Khadija Hetty barrel DICOM Lee about the way that we raise our voices with each other never do that with him Allah His salatu salam because why? And talk about our mailloux Kuma and tomb lanta, Sharon. Because you know what will end up happening your start losing your deeds?
whoa. means if you're raising your voice and you lose this etiquette of the Prophet is what was said what is the lesson? Allah is saying that you're all you're going to cancel out some of your righteous deeds. You're going to lose deeds one time later, and you're not going to feel anything.
So now go back to those examples. Guy seen on YouTube or prophesize? Seven, he's jumping around all over the place. You know, somebody throws out a tick tock and they start dancing about some kind of sooner and they're just like praising the prophets, I send them or they're having these real intense academic studies, and they're critiquing and you're saying that he's tradition is old fashioned. It's archaic. It doesn't belong in this day and age. With all of those different groups and scenarios. Allah says you're actually losing your deeds because the spirit the sacredness of his Sunnah was last
well into latter shirt on
and you don't even feel anything.
You know why this? The conclusion of this a is so profound, because everything we just learned in this area
makes no sense to someone that doesn't have a Latina terminal. So they start losing their deeds while until later Sure. And they don't feel a thing.
Now you understand
those who deny the pseudonym or deny Hadith. Now you understand how that happened.
Because they were missing alladhina amanu to begin with,
and they took for granted that they could talk about him, criticize him, insult him. So Lola Harley was a limp
and lost their deeds and felt nothing worked out fine. So what Who cares? I'm just going to follow poor and or follow what I think is right. So what? Or follow some of his teachings here and there? That's all one term latter, surely. You don't see it, you won't feel anything. Subhana Allah May Allah protect us from that? Yes, one thing when we sin, and we feel guilt and remorse is a whole nother realm. It's a whole nother level. When someone sins and feels nothing
feels nothing, no remorse, no regret, no thought nothing.
Which one do you think is worse? It's pretty obvious.
And Allah protect us from both LogMeIn
in the lezzy, in a hole do not swear to whom or in rasulillah. As for those Indeed, those who hold boo from the word have done well, the humbleness, lower retreat.
Those who actually do lower their voices and keep the tone, the volume of their voice under control are endowed rasulillah when they are near the Prophet Ali's salt was syrup so now we both know there's a physical element to this area. And there's the spiritual element to the A. So the physical element obviously is referring in context with the sahabas but the spiritual element of that is you and I because we don't have sahabas and we don't have the profit it subtle slum with us. Oh la la keleti to Hana Allah hoopoe Bahama taqwa Allah subhanho wa Taala will shower and flourish their hearts with tequila.
You know what we're learning here.
telkwa we know means the consciousness of Allah in this area. telkwa is actually for the Prophet alayhi salatu wa sallam, he Allah will flourish your hearts with taqwa for the messengers on the Lahore it was
to remarkable. The scholars of Tafseer tell us one of the only places in the entire Quran that Allah subhanho wa Taala uses telkwa other than uses taqwa for the Prophet, Allah so to Scilab. every other time. It's always to Allah, its reference to Allah. It's remarkable. So now, now to add to our understanding, we know that taqwa is always for Allah when we hear that word we just think of a lot longer. Now you can add to that list. Oh wait, I have to think of the Prophet Allah is subtle. So I have to have a level of consciousness and awareness of him sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And you know something, even if we never set it, we were all doing it. When you follow a hadith and you and you
make a mistake, or you know something a process Selim told you to do. So for example, we're told to make a little cool.
Yo Latina ermanno ever Carroll was studio. We're about to Rob mufaddal, Highland sootel hedge, Allah tells us, go in for record. go in for sujood worship your Creator do goodness was hired to do as much good as possible. La La Quinta flew home, so perhaps you will attain some success. Now you're thinking to yourself, what's the real core? And then you'll start to be like, Okay, well, the real core is probably this.
And you just make up your own position of what you think auto core should be.
When you if that happens to or you make an actual real core, but it's not perfect. Immediately, taqwa kicks in for the Prophet Allah subtle sermon, you say to yourself, my God, I didn't practice his sinner properly. I didn't pray the way I was supposed to pray. I didn't dress the way I was supposed to dress. I didn't act the way it was supposed to act. I didn't speak the way in the tone in the volume of my voice that I should have.
I didn't behave like I should have in a you know, that reflects the teachings of the prophets earlier. So to serve, I didn't do that. That's taqwa of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
You're always thinking about his teachings. You're always thinking about unfollowing his son as much as I can. Personally
Serving and protecting his teachings as much as I can. What is Alessi? lahoma Farah to one agilone Arlene, you know Allah will let this one go though if you mess up a lesson as well for you, you'll have his forgiveness and a great reward.
So Allah let this part off the hook.
If you messed up
you weren't able to lower your voice. Something happened then it's okay a little at this time go watch what happens next. In the lead Xena unit aduna came in water il whoa jurati zarahemla pillow as for those that call out unit from the word NIDA or knee down is this kind of call Hey you over there and you're calling out to somebody who's far away that's NIDA on so it's not somebody that's standing right beside you. So a Lessing as for those who call out to you from a distance meanwhile a hoogenraad from behind their apartments or their quarters.
Accident home so this is like somebody in their apartment. Hey, you would also love you Mohammed a Can you hear me? And he shout even louder? Hey,
look what Allah says.
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Not yet hadn't settled him yet huddled. masses layer pillow jehlen is when you lose control over your emotions. You just lose control. So isn't most of the time shouting? a result of that? Like sometimes you might raise your voice and say something? Because you're you know, you're going through this kind of emotional high moment. Okay, that's fine. Unless is Lombok fitter to want to join or leave me you know, you'll be okay. And you'll get a get a profound reward for that right if you make a mistake in the lab, so you know, you're okay. But here in this last verse, verse number four. Allah says the people who intentionally and deliberately raise and shout your name, Allah
says, you know, at the end of the day, we don't get to go and say, Man, these people are so ignorant. You know how we do that? moment somebody makes one mistake or like, Ah, look at an ignorance in these people. These YouTube videos, the guy has no shame. Hold on, relax. Slow down. Look what Allah says. A thorough home layer pillow. says most of them they don't know.
ln say most of them are jehlen ignorant and you know jahannam is waiting for No, no. Don't jump the gun like that. Law says it's so subtle and beautiful how the court and keeps us under control. It's remarkable. Act federal law here are people, most of them.
They just don't have that knowledge they just don't know.
So in shallow Tyler, we pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala give us the strength, the health, the knowledge, the courage and the discipline to practice these yet. They are subtle and beautiful etiquettes that are almost lost and unheard of in this day and age. Let me throw in one last verse because then that would be a nice place to stop while unknown. sabado had to hold Raja la him luck and how you're alone. If they were just patient until you came out to them. That would have been so much better. So instead of shouting out if they would have just waited until you got closer or came near them. Well Lahore fudo Rahim Allah says Locanda hydro lamb that would have been so much better
for them, while Lahore fudo Rahim. Allah is always exceptionally Forgiving and Merciful. Had they just waited?
Had they just relax. You know what a number five teaches us. If you feel that you're going to start losing control in the way that you speak and make reference to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, this area is telling you just be quiet.
calm yourself down, relax. Once you get yourself together, that's better for you. And don't worry about when you said something or you slipped up or you know you mentioned his name in a manner you shouldn't have. Don't worry, when those moments happen. We'll level off a little Rahim. Allah subhanho wa Taala will forgive you because he is exceptionally merciful. So it's okay. These things happen. But you've got to remember that there is an element of taqwa that is directly linked to our Prophet Alayhi salat wa salam, the same word. That's one of the most common in the entire Quran that directs us and links us to Allah subhanho wa Taala. That's the status of him sallallahu alayhi
wasallam. So again, in conclusion, when we talk about that we have to reconfigure our relationship with the messenger earlier. So to sum in this sorter, it teaches us to reconfigure how
We speak about the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam,
in any scenario, how you speak about him, the tone of your voice, how you make reference to him, how you critique his Sunnah, all of these things, you know we're living in in a day and age where we need to re elevate and protect that status of the sinner all over again. You know, there's some guys that go into real extremes. And they become like the Sunnah police. And then there are others that have gone to another extreme, where they denounce and denied. So now all together, at like this, kind of bring those two sides together and be like, you both need to reconfigure your approach, you both need to just relax and reassess, and come to a more balanced approach. There are going to be
times where you're going to mess up. But if you keep yourself together, be patient and assess Locanda highroller home, that is so much better for you. The sutra is going to keep teaching us some of these etiquettes and go into some other etiquettes that are so so so important. Tomorrow, inshallah we're going to start talking about people who lie about the Prophet it subtlest to them or who claim things like you ever hear people say, I heard a hadith or I think there's a hadith somewhere, or you know what, I'm sure it's written somewhere.
And you're just like, that's not a narration. You're making reference to what to nothing? Is there a consequence for that? How do you deal with that approach? That's tomorrow's reminder, inshallah, for people is like, I heard, I think there's, I'm sure there's one, and then you start narrating something. And you're just like, Whoa, aren't we supposed to be an oma that lives based on evidence that makes decisions based on evidence? So that's not an evidence, just think, or maybe somewhere down the line? You read somewhere or you hurt? That's nothing. So how do you respond to that? How do you verify traditions or profitability? So to sum How do you what's the process of verification?
Well, that's what we're gonna study tomorrow. I promise you're gonna love it in your shell, you're gonna love it because men, this sort of,
here's the thing about sort of hoogenraad almost every single word speaks volumes in re analyzing and restructuring our relationship with the Prophet It is so too slow. So stay tuned for that. Tomorrow insha Allah hotelera roughly around the same time, okay, guys, so I've got to get going a lot. So which I'll bless you all. And yes, some of you did notice that I spent some time yesterday. And I kind of did some things in the background here. These are just some of my favorite books that I brought home with me. For those of you who are in Toronto, or Eastern Canada, for the most part, we're back into a state of emergency, which will start I believe tonight at midnight. So we are
going to go into a full fledged lockdown. And so I decided to get some of my stuff here and reorganize so if it looks pleasing, I mean, the aesthetics of it is is is pleasing to you let me know if there's something you think I should change please let me know as well. Because I really stink at this kind of stuff. Like I just I don't know how to decorate anything. My wife helps me from time to time but yeah, I'm always open to try to reach Ange and just change the image of these videos. So inshallah What are your thoughts and your recommendations are most welcome. Take care everyone, just like the low Hydra was salam wa Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh