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Quran Tafsir/Explanation – Juz Amma
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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam O Allah say the EMEA saline water and he was Sahih or minister Nebuchadnezzar II limousine Allahumma charlamagne home wamena livina Mr. Muhammad Ali head of tawassul bill Huck, but there was all the sub mineable I mean from above once again a salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. We were talking about lm national ACA select just the first ayah and we got to the point where we mentioned that a lot of them for Citroen, in making the seat of this I have cited the two incidents in which the messengers chest sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was opened, and his heart was washed and then placed back inside and the elements of evil that may have
been inside were removed. But scholars like
Lucy Rahim Allah in all hemani comments, and this is probably a very strong statement on the subject, and one that more of them cilona inclined towards hamilo Sha. Allah Shaka saw the one angle mohabbatein that that interpreting the expansion of the chest, by sight by correlating it with the text that says the chest was open and expanded and washed, is actually weak. As far as those who do research are concerned, these are two separate issues, not that we deny one of them and accept the other but they're not one explaining the other the expansion of the messengers chest sallallahu Sallam as described in SoTL inshallah has talking about something else entirely. This is clear from
the language, because sharp is not used for cutting at all. So that that's one thing that's clear in the language. And the other thing is textually, the IR the pseudo before the pseudo after even the IR Sora. None of them have anything to do with that incident. And that's textually sort of an abrupt departure from the lessons themselves. So the question arises, then what is this expansion of the chest referring to? If it's not referring to literally opening the chest open and washing the heartbeat? What is it referring to? What is Allah saying as origin? When he tells his messenger sallallahu Sallam? Didn't we expand your chest for you? Now, before we go further, it's the word we
that I want to highlight. And I'm not sure why didn't we expand the previous Sora also was a was a lot of talking to his messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. But when the Lord referred to himself, he referred to himself in the third person. He referred to himself in the third person. lm gadget guy, you see the Yeah, India jetco. But we don't find here lm yes shaka laka. We find lm national laka. Right. It's the first person there it was third person alumier jitka. Team and what were jakka what are the third person here we find what we'll learn. Well, Donna firstperson. So what's the difference between third person which is he and first person which is we, in language, we say that
the third person is far away. When you say he or they say it's far away, when you say we, then that's someone who's close. Actually, this shift from third person, the first person from the previous sort of sort of the heart to sort of inshallah indicates a large closeness to His Messenger, some Allah harness known from the very beginning. That's a major transition from the previous solo to this one, in that Allah is even closer to his messenger, adding subtle Salaam in this law than in the previous sola, because of the use of the noon, and the noon with lm, Giovanna McCallum in the beginning of this war. So now let's talk about what does it mean? This expansion of
chest, it occurs in the Quran four times, when Allah talks about the expansion of the chest, it occurs in the Quran four times, and we're going to pair them up to IR, in one context, and to IR in another context, the two first two IR before I get to the IR, I want to share just a general idea so you understand what it's getting at. We said before expanding the chest means to put your mind at ease, to make you comfortable with something. There's a person who is a Muslim, and they know that Allah commands This is wrong. This is haram. And this is mandatory. And this is mandatory, they do it. They know it's from Islam, but they don't understand it. They don't find it logical. They accept
it, they do it. But they don't really their mind is not totally satisfied with that commandment, even though they're obeying their chest is not at rest. There's something that there's some sort of unease with the commandment. So you have this at two levels. You have a person who's actually not comfortable with the commandments, because they don't see the logic in it. First of all, we shouldn't be trying to make logic out of the commandments of Allah, even though they're full of wisdom. We may or may not ever discover that wisdom. The fact that it's from a law should be enough for a believer, but generally though, not speaking idealistically. Generally speaking
Among those who believe there is a tendency to say, I wonder why Allah, you know, wants me to do this? Why does he want me to? Why is it two and a half percent? What about this inheritance law? How can they get this percent that they get that person, they get this fraction? I don't get it? What's the point of that? What's this? What so how long about whatever. And then other things that are very close to Reba which are Bay, or you know, halaal, I don't understand the difference between them. So this person is sort of at unrest, then compared to that, as a person who is completely at ease with a loss commands, they're completely at ease, they understand. Either they see the wisdom in it, they
can appreciate the wisdom in it, or even if they don't appreciate the wisdom in it, the fact that it's from Allah, they are thoroughly deeply convinced, whatever Allah gives me is better for me. And I'm very, very happy that I'm getting this treatment from Allah. They treat the karma of Allah kind of like medicine even if it tastes bad. I know for sure it's good for me, and I'm glad I'm receiving the medication. I'm really happy to be getting the medication so that's how they treat it. So this is one kind of you know, inshallah has something for the Muslim and these are two ions and Quran that basically talks about this same exact concept, one of them from a UDP level and the idea who
yoshua Savoie who in Islam, then whoever alight intensity that he should guide him, he expands his chest for Islam. Now I did not say expands his chest for a man, he said expands his chest for Islam. What's the difference between a man and a son? He man is faith.
Allah is one there's a hair after Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi salam, this is a man. What is Islam? It is submission, its obedience. Right? So where does the discomfort come in, in the obedience and Allah says whoever Allah truly wants to guide, then he puts in them this relaxation in submitting before Allah. In Islam, a lot expands their chest for Islam, that's one place. Then another place fmM Shara Allahu sobre hulin Islam, then for the as for the one who Allah expanded his chest for Islam for submission, Allah made him comfortable with submitting before Allah, for who knew remember be he than he is. It's like he's from a light, he has a light that he's
walking on given to him by his master. In other words, what that means is, you know, I'm doing it, I'm not so sure why I'm doing it. I don't even see the point. I'll just do it anyway. I won't question at too much, but I'm not comfortable with it internally, as opposed to this the one whose chest has been open, he obeys Allah and he he believes deep in his heart that this is beneficial for me it's like comparing two people one is walking in the dark and the other one has been given a light that he can walk with panela so this is one kind of opening up the chest. Now the argument is, is this the opening of the chest for the lies talking about with his messenger so saddam or is there
another kind of opening of the chest and expansion of the chest and putting one's heart and mind at ease? That is that the Quran is talked about? I told you there are four I write two of them about becoming comfortable with Islam with submission to Allah. Those are the two if I just shared with you. Now we're fine two more ions. And these two ions are different because instead of talking about anyone in general, both of these ions are talking about the expansion of a chest of a messenger. One of them we are reading right now lm nationella laka laka Soraka This is for the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, the other messenger for this for whom in whose context the expansion of the chest
occurs is Musa alayhis salam rubbish roughly Sorry, my master expand my chest for me expand my chest for me. Let's think a little bit about the the expansion of the chest of Masada serum and then we'll come back and understand what Allah has telling his messenger as the great gift that he expanded his chest for him so Lola Han who sent him Masada insulin has a stutter. And he has a very strong temper. So when he goes before around, and he speaks and he hears the most ridiculous, obnoxious lies, and falsehood and insults against the truth, he will be offended. When he gets offended. He describes this to Allah as origin. He says, Why are we sorry, fi in the UK the Boone viably Casa de
Nicola Shani. He says my chest becomes tight. And when my tongue doesn't move, what did he complain about his chest becoming tight. In other words, his chest becoming tight has to do with his mission. When he goes on the mission of delivering the laws message, he will hear things that will make him cringe. And at that point, his chest will become tight. And when your chest becomes tight, and you're uncomfortable, you're not able to do your job as best you can, especially with Musashi Samuel starts stuttering right? So he asks Allah azza wa jal rubbish Ronnie surgery the same on the one hand, he said my chest will become tight. On the other hand, he asked Allah Allah expand my chest
for me, especially for me expand my chest. What this
means is there is a kind of expansion of the chest that is asked for in the work of a messenger. That what kind of work they do is very hard on their chest, meaning it feels very tough. It's very, you know, emotionally demanding draining work. And so they need to have this Allah given this divinely gifted relaxation and comfort with what they're doing. Now what is this difficulty in the task? And what is the case with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam. On the one hand, he receives the final message given to humanity. The greatest honor ever bestowed upon any human being is bestowed upon mohammadu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. On the one hand, this is his
case. Okay. On the other hand, on the other hand, he takes this message, and he goes to the kuffar. He goes to the kurush, he goes to the people of the book, and what do they say to him? they curse him. They spear him, right? They insult him, they make fun of him. Now, you know, we're no dyes forget messenger. We're not even real darlings, right? But if somebody insults you, at work, you're at work and you know, you're doing your job or whatever, somebody comes over and start yelling at you in public, humiliating you, do you think the effect of that is going to last the whole day? if you're if you're anywhere close to a sensitive human being who's not used to being insulted all the
time, right, who has good dignity, you know, otherwise, there's some people who get cursed out, although they don't care, right? That's different. If you're that kind of person, stay away from me, right. But if you're the other cat, normal kind of person, they get insulted and humiliated. Right, they get called a liar in public, they get laughed out in public. It's something that takes a toll on your chest, you feel it, you can feel your chest getting tight, you don't let it go. There are people who were who were in, in in that sort of a situation where they got insulted in public and they hold on to it for years. They hold on to it for you, they can't talk to that person to their
face ever again. They avoid being in the same machine, even if something like that happens, right? I know of a case of a brother who got into unfortunately got into a fight and a machine and developed like blood pressure problems. And whenever he comes back to that machine, his blood pressure goes up, and he has to go to a different machine because it reminds him of that stressful situation. Now imagine much more than any of our problems. What does the messenger have to deal with? Salallahu alaihe salam on a daily basis? Do you not think the chest would become tight? Do you not think that that's something? Is that something easy to deal with? Allah? Allah says to him, divinely did we not
open and expand your chest for you? for this task? It takes a real serious chest that's one thing. Here's another thing we say Allah Allah tells us the Quran is something if it was revealed on a mountain, no enzyme not heaven or Anna Allah Javelin. If this four iron we had sent it down upon a mountain, a lot of eight Ohashi on Mutasa, the Iron Man Harsha Tila, you would have seen it explode literally out of fear, you would have seen it explode completely and be humble be brought down that would have been leveled harshly on Lim mountains are supposed to be hard, for sure is of something to become soft and you know, vulnerable. That's what what happened to the mountain from the fear of
Allah. Yet the same Quran Allah call de Cali takuna meaning meaning.
I mean, Allah kundig the main jabril our insulin revealed it centered that brought it down on what, on a mountain No, on something much stronger than a mountain, the heart of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi salam. So if this heart is holding the Quran, don't you think the chest needs to be a little wide? You understand? Because the chest is involved, it's a location. So let's have a look expanded the chest because the heart contains what it contains. Hold on, it's not something easy to have the Quran revealed upon the messenger sallallahu send them this is a very heavy thing. Even Allah declares a law doesn't consider this matter something like he tells his messengers of
Allah, how do you send them in NASA nuclei like Colin Saki tequila, we are going to come make bring you into contact with a heavy word with a heavy word. So this is something heavy, even for the Messenger of Allah by the declaration of the overlords the origin himself. So this is really the LM nasura like a selective favor of Allah upon His Messenger. So Lola harness No. Now if you compare this to the Favorites a lot talked about in the previous surah Allah Mujica demon, what was the Kabbalah or jotika even those were all preparatory they were preparing him for the task of being a messenger or the his AutoSum. This surah is now getting him you know, right into the heart of the
mission itself and is taking care of his the tasks that are before him within the mission of Islam itself. The previous that was the famous work. Even a lot of them were pre slammer right at the point where he started getting revelation. And let me use it at mine. Didn't he find you an orphan before revelation was just like a ball and fodder right at the point where he became a messenger slice on him.
Which other events have not even before revelation, the marriage with Khadija de la? These are the four revelation, but here we're gonna see the future concerns of the Prophet being addressed now that he is a messenger sallallahu sallam, what is the most important thing for him? It's not okay now from wealth, the most important asset, the most important gift he can give him his What? That Allah would grant him this openness of the chest because that's what's required for this task. Look at this other comparison, this paralela of the messenger sallallahu sallam, till kabu fotball nabba Hamada Musa alayhis salam had to ask for his chest to be expanded isn't that true? But a lie in this
sort of what does he say? I explained that we didn't we expanded already Allah already gave his messenger someone Buhari said them the expansion of his chest for some Allah Allah He was held on. While that Anna Anka we select let's go through the vocabulary of these two if they're grammatically connected to each other, so we'll study them as though they're one statement even though there are two I had while the anchor wiesloch and levy and Cordova these two IR are actually one long sentence but they're split up into two we'll talk about the benefit of splitting them into two at a little later but for now we'll look at them as one continuum sentence. The first word is what dharna What
are fundamentally means of something that was placed somewhere you know somewhere down and you you take it off and you put it down actually like something was on the table you took it down you put it on the floor This is what are okay. Well there is also used for a mother when she when she beers a child, okay? So for example, you know in the robot to help in fact, when Miriam's mother said, I'm gonna lay her when she gave birth, she said what are you saying where she used that I gave birth, or I bore a child. Similarly in the Quran, we find Hey, Natasha, welcome mina mahila. When you take your clothes off about Rona, you dropped a load of your clothes, that's how it's used also,
similarly we find why Allah, Allahu Allah, Allah that He can't Allah him an amazing Ayah which we could talk about for hours and hours, but I'm only making reference to it because of the world, our own and the beginning. Okay, or you're the one whom Allah says and so Allah could drop from them shed from them. The shackles and burdens that were placed upon them. A lot could relieve them of their shackles and their burdens. So relieving them dropping that burden. Same same word again yo. So this is the first word Well, well that and I didn't we remove alleviate take off from you. And with Soraka with Raka so that's what they don't let take off your burden with luck. Now let's
understand the word wizard. And wizard will ham Lucia de Hamelin Arabic is a burden wizard in the English translation is also a burden. So what's the difference between this burden and this burden? That's that's a fair question to ask. Wizard is heavier than Hamill number one. So by using wizard instead of humble, what we're already learning is the burden on the messenger so SLM is tremendous. Another distinction of nonferrous makes us humble is something you can carry, you're able to carry, that's humble. But if you have such a low that it has the potential of becoming overbearing to the point where you are no longer able to carry it, you will get crushed under its weight, and that is
called wisdom. That's called wisdom. So here we find Allah azzawajal telling his messenger, we removed your wisdom, we relieve you, of the wizard from you, your overwhelming crushing burden has been taken off from you. The thing I didn't mention about the first solo that I really should mention, and I'm not sure why laka laka sadhaka. In grammar, we will say lm nasura. Saad Baraka laka laka, would be at the end the prepositional phrase jarwin which rule goes at the end, by bringing it earlier what this does is it's the sauce. What that means in simple terms is only for you and especially for you that we expand your chest. In other words, the way Allah expanded the chest of
Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is something done only for him. Other people may have an expansion of chest but nothing like the expansion of the chest of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam it's something unique. It's a gift from Allah azza wa jal uniquely to him. And similarly here what we'll learn now unka whistled aka that he relieved your burden from you like he's relieved for no one else but because I'm guys earlier. Normally we would say well done now with Raka Anka, but uncas earlier Li Coronavirus also lama harlene saddam for the honor of the messenger sallallahu sallam, the end and the next is LSD and Kovach and we're going to look at both these out and then discuss the
meanings in them in sha Allah, Allah The uncover Baraka nakaba in Arabic is has multiple meanings we used to break number one knuckleball habit to untie a rope. You could say knuckle knuckle, or even to break a bone. You could use knuckle for that for Bhima naka de meetha Koppelman Quran when they break a contract, NACA which you also use for breaking your contract, but then there's uncover is nakaba. And there's uncovered now which word is used in the LLC and caba right?
uncovered, this is a little slightly different meaning uncovered is actually to please such a burden upon someone that you can start hearing cracks. Like if you have a table and you start piling stockpiling, stockpiling stuff, and you start hearing quite a little bit signs that it's about to what collapse that's called in called similarly in causes us, you know, for for a lot of us that are getting old when we get up from sudduth, or corrode. When you get up, what do you hear? You hear the crackling in your knees, right? That's in Kabul. So in Arabic, when in arbovirus, talked about uncover Allah, the uncover Barack Barack has your back the back of the messenger. So I sent him a
letter saying the burden was so heavy that it was causing cracks on your back. In other words, you pretty much any longer and what would have happened, your back would have snapped. Now we know of course, this is majaz. This is not literally saying that there was a physical burden placed on the back of the messenger. So Lola Han, who said them, this is something else. So the question arises, what is this wisdom? What is this burden that was placed on the back of the messenger or the subtle Salaam that was so heavy that it would make him collapse? I'm going to go through certain, you know, I'm going to I've categorized this for my own benefit and inshallah your benefit of the passage that
I read, how how, you know, the fella from Iran, he has an America, right, they differ in this a lot, when it came to this issue of what this burden is. So there's six or seven opinions, I did find, I'm going to share them with you bit by bit. So we have a good understanding of what I was saying, as originally when he says he relieved the messengers burden for him a burden that was about to break and snap his back. Right, that burden. Let's talk about that. Number one,
the burden in the first one's probably the hardest one to explain. We are living in a time that's very materialistic. And we've become very shallow as human beings. I'm not even talking about religiously, I'm just talking about generally a comment on society, people in general, we become very materialistic, our concerns on a day to day basis rarely go beyond ourselves. human being, I'm not even talking about Muslims, human beings, generally, our concerns rarely go beyond ourselves, you're worried about what you're going to eat today, what movie, you're gonna watch what video game, you're gonna play, etc. And that's what your head is filled with, okay? You know what bills you have
to pay today, you're concerned, your entire life revolves around yourself, for some people a little more themselves than themselves, maybe their family, wife and kids. That's it. Now, there are some people that are concerned with a little bit more, what's that little bit more, they're concerned about their neighborhood, right? I don't want this door to open in my neighborhood, I want a stop sign over here, I want this or that they're socially active a little bit more. So they're concerned with themselves and a little bit beyond themselves, then there are people that are concerned with that even a little bit more. They don't just don't just think about themselves in their
neighborhood, they think about maybe policies, politics, they want to get active in some sort of, you know, join some sort of cause, right? They want to become animal rights or whatever rights, right? And they want to pick it forward. And this and that. These are people that are now politically active, right, and they're trying to do some sort of humanitarian or other good cause. But even this is all materialistic. Everything so far is concerned for what which world, this world, then there, there used to be a good number of people in pre modern society that were not just concerned with what's happening here. But they were concerned, what's going to happen to me after I
leave here? Where did I come from? Why am I here? And where am I headed after this is all done? After all, I'm not the first one here. My my forefathers have come and gone. And my parents, my grandparents, my great grandparents have come and gone. And like just like them, I will come and go, but where will I go? Why did I come? And where will I go? They ask deeper questions. They ask what is this around me? What is just how do I find justice in society? Why How should I live my life? These are deeper questions, the average person you meet, forget asking these deeper questions. They never even think about these deeper questions. They're not that kind of people. Now compare
yourself. And by the way, you would say, this is just you know, I guess the philosophy professor thinks about these kinds of questions, right? They think about just abstract Fufu stuff you can call it, that stuff doesn't really have to do with the real world kind of thing. They're kind of out there. They're spaced out, they think about these groovy things. But you should know this. You're not how when you don't have food to eat, you feel unrest. You feel like I need to eat. You know how when you're concerned about your neighborhood, and something bad's happening, you get really like you lose your sleep over. When you're concerned about something, it becomes an obsession in your
life, you need to fix it. There are some people in humanity. We're not even talking about the messengers, yet. We're just some human beings, some general people, the lay population of humanity, they think about these things. And when they think about these things, they're not able to find answers. Why am I here? What's my purpose? Who created me? Does it do I owe him anything? Right? They think about these things. They try to find their answers at the church. They try to find answers at the temple. They try to find answers at the philosopher right. They and they keep getting answered.
They're not satisfied with and this unrest becomes a burden they live with. It takes over their entire life. Again, most people, not at this level, but there are some people you know, I'll give you a historical example of such a person, Sandman and fantasy, all the alarm. So manifestly born of a Zoroastrian fire worshipping family, well, off guy, really good life, you know, but he is in a family that worships fire and he's just reflects on and his father is one of the Templars. He's one of the big, big chiefs in the temple. And he's, he can handle this idea. We put the fuel in, why should we ask it for anything? It's asking us for a few. Right? So he thinks about this, and he's
not satisfied. And because of that dissatisfaction, he ends up you know, under the tutelage eventually of a Christian monk and whatnot. Long story short, how many sacrifices is salmaan and Pharisees of the Allahu anhu, willing to go through even before he got to Islam, even before he got to Islam, not for the needs of his stomach, not for the needs of his nation, not for the needs of his country, not for anything else, but what quest you have to call it truth and purpose. That's what he's seeking. And this person, it's amazing. Usually, we say that the thirsty go to the well, right. But in the case of salvation and fallacy, it's interesting, the well came to the thirsty, the
messengers, I saw them move to where Medina and submodel fallacy of the Allahu anhu was a captive in Medina waiting anxiously that one day he will meet the final messenger. Some of these are deep thinkers now, before now this is average human beings. Now let's talk let's talk about messengers. Allah made messengers the purest, he selected the purest of people to be his messengers, and the poorest of them all from the levada center.
Do you think he's concerned about, you know, worldly things, even before Islam, or higher things, he's a deep thinker, he's concerned about higher things. This reality was captured in the previous surah bah, bah, bah, bah. And then he found you seeking seeking what seeking what he wasn't satisfied with the society around him. The people that were offering him truth of the unseen was unsatisfied. This satisfactory to him. We learned already, he wasn't entered. He didn't like to play games. He wasn't entertained. He didn't go into any musical types of gathering some of them, even if it was gonna pass by their love, put him to sleep before he got, you know, and the gathering was
done, he would wake him up, right. And then we find out he shoveled a lot more on her telling us that as he reached a certain age, you know, there's a certain age of maturity closer to the age of 40. And this is a son of a life around that age of logic, chooses his messengers and gives him gives them the message, message. What did he start doing even before the revolution came? Where's he going? squander Okay. Now, why does someone go to a cave?
Today, it's a tourist site, you don't go there to reflect and think you don't go to the checkout. You know, you go there to check out the view today. Right? But why do you originally go to a cave? Why would you leave society, because whatever's in society seems to keep peach put you in even more unrest, it has food for your stomach. But there's something in your chest that's just not sitting well, there's a burden that keeps getting heavier and heavier and heavier upon you seeking that truth. And Allah azzawajal brought the messenger to the point and you know, we some diets sometimes I shoveled, the lohana, for example, narrates that he used to go there, but then he told her that he
used to go for days and days and days on end, he would go somewhere. Now, that's, you know, if you saw a normal person and average person in society, they just go, they go and they they go out camping, and they just stay there for weeks and weeks and weeks, or days and days and days. What would you What would your family start thinking? This person's we were really worried about him? What's happening to him, right? In other words, this person might snap
under the uncover. The messenger was so desperately seeking the truth sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he came to that desperate point where he even abandoned society. Like, you know, Lucy comments or shell county comments, what was he doing in the Cape Cod, deep thinking deep thinking about what? Right? That's the question. And so Allah azza wa jal alleviated him of that burden by giving him the answer. He sent him the angel gibreel alehissalaam he sent him an email because this is the first interpretation of the burden being alleviated and the chest being expanded for the Messenger of Allah, Allah harness and the second one is about society itself. This is the higher concern, then
there's a concern about society.
any decent human being is not just concerned about truth and higher purpose. They're also concerned about their fellow human being. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam was concerned about fellow human beings even before revelation came, even before it came cultural forebode he's trying to help out those who have been oppressed, he's trying to help out those who are orphans, etc, etc. But you know, there's something about helping others you know, they're even today we have humanitarian causes right. Now, the thing is, you give to a humanitarian cause you give $1 a day you give $100
A month you give whatever. And the the charitable organization comes back to you with a chart this year we fed 3000 people next year, we've had 5000 people. This year we're feeding 10,000 people. And it looks cool, because they're feeding more and more people, right? But now Now let's make a chart of how many people were hungry last year. And how many people are hungry this year? And how many people are hungry next year, which one is exponentially increasing faster? hunger, or the effort? hunger is increasing. I'm trying to feed the hungry, but I can't get rid of what hunger. I'm trying to help the oppressed but I can't get rid of what? oppression? Right? I'm trying to fight for
justice. I'm trying to be just in this case for decades. But I can't seem to find what justice itself establish justice itself. That will solve the solution. These are plugging the leak, but the solution is somewhere else. So the messenger is Auto Salon. The second relief of the burden, is that Allah gave him the moral alternative the moral code, the principles by which the problems of society would be solved. That was the second burden humanity's heading itself into destruction, so much so that he can't even be around them anymore. He has to leave him off into a cave. Right so Lola harmonium Southern. So this is the second thing that the the the removal of the burden because the
other thing that's mentioned is, you know, Allah tells him in NEC Allah, Allah, Allah can mean that you are on an enormous, incredible ethical character. what that implies for us is the messenger has such amazing morals, but the society around him, what terrible morals How do you fix the society? What do you give them that will make them change their moral behavior, that is what we just gave him gave him removing his burden. The third burden that Allah removed for him is something that we learned about in the previous or in the previous slide, we read now what dakara buka amakhala This is a very deep lesson in this a lot did not bid you farewell you remember that? Allah did not bid
you farewell right? Now look, the Messenger of Allah, Allah shalom is in the cave and he comes into contact with revelation. I art of Allah come to him through Angel jury.
When he's in Salah, he is in direct communication with a large surgeon. And then he gains his strength here and using that strength, what does he do? He goes and makes Dawa during the day at nighttime, he feels up with his connection with a lot. he gains that strength. Now that he has that strength. He's strong enough now his chest has been expanded. Now he's able to give Dawa to the people. For us for a long period of time in between revelation revelation stopped coming. Do you think he stopped making Dawa? Nope, he's still making Dawa. But what stopped coming to Revelation. So now he's the burden of you know, the toll it takes on you is getting heavier and heavier and
heavier. And the lower leaves him of that burden by continuing the revolution. That's another expansion of the chest. Because in the period of time when revolution was not coming, how was the chest of the messenger feeling slow down? tightened? Right. So alumna shaka laka, sobre. La Mancha was Allah subhana wa Pamela. So this is another meaning of the removal of the burden. Then the burden of the work of that one insult. I alluded to this before, but I'd like you to understand it thoroughly. Now. This is connected to the first I have expansion of the chest. When the messenger makes our son laughs at him. He hears things that are very insulting. He hears things that are very
demeaning, that are hurtful. And he's a sensitive man, we learned this about the messenger. So Islam is a very, very sensitive man. So he hears demeaning demoralizing things. You know, when you and I do the work of Dawa, and somebody insults you publicly? You know, what would happen to your motivation to do now?
I don't want to deal with this stuff. When it's too much. You don't know what happened to me. People say you don't know what happened to me. I don't want to do that stuff anymore. It's too much to deal with. When you see the messenger, as opposed to them has to keep going back and do it. And by the day, it doesn't get easier. What does it get? harder, because the same people that were nasty yesterday are twice as nasty today. And there'll be three times as nasty tomorrow on Allah. So Allah relieves him of that, you know, it takes a toll on you, doesn't it? And if you're if your job is hard, if your job is like that, it breaks your spirit, then by the day, you are less and less
motivated to do it. And the less motivated you are to do it, the worse you're you do your job. So it's critical for the messenger sallallahu sallam, that this the toll that it takes on him doesn't start affecting his morale. It's critical that that burden that he piles up on him during the day is shut off during the night. It's cleansed up and what's his means of cleansing off that burden. It's the family. One of them. facilite gave a beautiful parallel life to deep deep example. I hope you can understand it. It took me a while to get it so I hope I can communicate it to you in simple terms. He compared the work of the messenger so I shalom terrain.
You know rain comes from the sky, it's pure, it's pure, it's pure. Then it touches upon plants that have dirt on them and it touches upon and starts cleaning
things and that water that was pure by the time it gets to the ground, what does it become? becomes dirty again. So it has to be cleansed and go back up and be cleansed again. Then it comes back and engages in this process again. Now that's necessary for the entire world to be cleansed. This is kind of like the messengers isonem he gets the purest revelation. And he's in this pure relationship with Allah azza wa jal, but he can't just learn that and keep learning it from Allah, what does he have to do? There is this dirty task of dealing with these nasty people that has to be done. And that's what the messenger is engaged in. And the Law Review relieves his burden on a daily basis.
soprano wattana another burden that was relieved is similar to by the way about this that has just you know, gets tight when a cabinet level and the julio de kusakabe my opponent, we already know that your chest becomes tight because of the things they say. So Didn't we open your chest? Pamela, then we find the burden actually covered this one the concern for humanity Actually, I didn't cover this one, the messenger RNA subtle saddam when he received the final revelation, he understood that he is the final messenger, which means no more messengers are coming, which means the entire responsibility for the human race falls upon his shoulders sallallahu sallam, and time is of the
essence he doesn't have in an endless lifetime. He only has a few days on this earth to deliver this message. So when he sees people not accepting the message, the burden on his shoulders start feeling heavier and heavier. So Allah relieves his burden by telling him that kill in nama and Tomodachi remind you are nothing more but it means to remind Don't worry about them accepting or rejecting you just do your part which is what remind don't take any more burden upon yourself. We relieve that from you. Let's start I lay him the most if you are not wanting to take care of their affairs, you're just there to deliver the message right? In alika lol Bella, you have nothing more to compute
but to communicate the message to them further aleca here on Nef, soccer either fit him in them up hasn't had up so far. Are you going to kill yourself with grief? If they don't accept this message out of out of sheer grief? Are you going to destroy yourself? No, you that's not your job. You leave them leave them though home, leave them just deliver the message to them that is your job. So this is a great relief of the burden. The final interpretation of this removal of burden is Allah forgiving the actions of the messenger so Lola Arsenal wizard can also mean I don't want to use the word sin for the messenger because we should be far more careful. We should be far far more careful.
Allah azzawajal made his messengers of Allah harness and engage in certain tasks on his own, without giving him revelation. You remember I saw what Allah right? Allah could have revealed to him Don't from what he did. He didn't reveal the island and that's all part of a lesson plan. Is that a sin? It's not a sin at all, by any stretch of the imagination that is not a sin. But does the messengers of Allah Harmison feel like it's a sin? Because Allah corrected it. He feels that it's the same. Allah is telling him even that burden has been shed for you. That's not a burden upon you anymore. And that becomes even more fortified later on in whether the Koran Leah's fear Allah Allahu Mehta
condominium Vika Amata hora, whatever strategic errors that may have occurred, which aren't again, error sin, difficult, dangerous words for the messenger slay some dangerous dangerous words. So we have to be tread carefully when we interpret those ions. But Allah covers those that the messenger feels might be that's a safer way to say that the messenger feels they may be a mistake, unless as even those are covered and forgiven, don't worry about it. They're not they're not an issue at all. So now, what effect and like I think now we come to this ayah.
Allah azzawajal says to His Messenger, especially for you, and for your sake, we have elevated your mentioned, we have elevated your mentioned, the first thing to note is, what does this have to do with his burden being relieved? What's the connection between the messengers mentioned being elevated and his burden being relieved? This is the first critical thing we have to understand. Here. What I'd like to comment on is, you know, the messengers tasks a lot Marlene Selim is to deliver this message. And if a lot of people are making less than the mention of Muhammad Rasulullah saw them. Isn't that what the messenger wants all along that they should accept that he is the
Messenger of Allah by elevating his message, his his mentioned, it's already a guarantee of the victory of Islam. That concern has been relieved for the messenger Salalah harmony is a beautiful Hadith narrated Avi celedon Quadri or the Allahu anhu attiny Gibran is Salam Sam Giblin came to me the messenger says, Hey, Sam, well Carla in our Rebecca kulu Tegrity k photo refer to the clock and he says you're mad jabril came to the messenger and he said your Master says your Rob says Do you know how I elevated your mentioned? So jabril on behalf of Allah asks Rasulullah Islam Do you know how I elevated your mentioned called to Allah Allah Allah Allah movie I said Allah the elevated
knows best about it. I don't know.
So he says Carla either looky looky tamari, he said whenever I mentioned you are mentioned with me, whenever allies mentioned Maha masala is mentioned with him, La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Allah soba eyeshadow Allah Allah Allah Allah India then and then what? shadow Ana Muhammad Rasulullah right. Similarly, here to Linda masala salam, O Allah un Nabi, right? So you have, every time you find the mention of Allah you also find now the mention of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu leaves in them beautifully. The word refer to elevate is the antonym the opposite of what are to take off. So both words have come in proximity of each other for rhetorical beauty. Vicar in Arabic is two things are
fine, I look at the clock, licorice, two things have something to be present on your tongue. When you mentioned something that Vicar or something to be present in your heart, meaning you're remembering something. These are the two meanings or implications of the
so now let's talk a little bit about this
laka the cloaca number one we elevated your mentioned for your sake, Allah showing his love to His Messenger. So I said, I'm saying you're the reason your status has been elevated, and you're mentioned, and that the fact that you will be remembered in the hearts of people. The reason that has been elevated is for your sake, NACA. That's number one. The second thing is only for you, this kind of elevation has happened only for you in and of itself. This is a miracle of the Quran. This ayah in and of itself is a miracle. You know, the sun rises slowly. Which means the time of budget, the time of budget in one town is at one point and then two minutes later it's in another town. And
two minutes later it's in another town and it keeps going like that around the Earth. Right? Every time it's budget what's what goes on
the oven. Every minute, the next town over is making a plan. And by the time you get halfway through the world, what's happened to the first town already What time is it now? one cycle hasn't even finished the next cycle that started all over the world what's being recited a shadow Allah Allah Allah Allah eyeshadow. Muhammad Rasul Allah and every time a believer here is that what are they saying? So the lahardee is what a foreigner like I think like we elevated your mentioned for you, so proud of Allah. So it's the event that is meant meant.
illusory Rahim. Allah wrote something really beautiful about this. So I'll share the whole thing with you what Jana Pato Pato Allah made following the messenger following Allah didn't elevate him by doing that, then was Sol de la de Mola, aka he and he sent his Salawat upon him in the company of His angels meaning Allah sent a Salaam upon silhouette upon the messengers, placing them in the law of Milan, aka who you saw lunarlon Libby's I have put on right now well, meaning the Salatu Allah He then he commanded the believers Yeah, you Hello, Xena amanu sallu alayhi wa sallam with a schema. Not only that he makes Allah upon the messenger and the angels, but he commanded the believers to do
so as well. waha Baba who bill calm, amazing. Then when he called him when he talked to him His Messenger sallallahu sallam, he called him by a loving name, it'll come from NACA. Okay. And what are the what are the outcomes of actually, Kenya? You help him with that fish? Yeah, you help Muslim men, right? Yeah, you have to be Yeah, you have a soon. You know, in Quran you find Yeah, Zakaria? Yah. Yah, yah. Yah Musa in any Anima right. Yeah, the hoodoo in na na casa de fanfic. Yeah, that was cool. And that was what you call gender. Right? Yeah. Lisa in the Moto Africa or Africa? Yeah. You have all these messengers? Yeah. And then their name we don't find your Mohammed in the Koran. It's
not there. Yeah, you Yeah. You Muslim bill? Yeah, you have assumed Yeah, you had an OB, Allah, but elevated status for the messenger sallallahu sallam. Allah doesn't address him by his by his name, but by his titles, my titles, honorary titles of logins, you know, you know, in the military, for example, there's a general walking by, say, hey, Frank, as opposed to saying, Hey General, which one has more respect? You understand? This is an amazing honor that Allah has given his messenger honey Sato Salaam, when the word Mohammed is mentioned in Quran Muhammad Rasulullah. Well, Athena Morocco, McKenna Muhammad Ali Baba had emerged in rasulillah. Mahatma be similarly Allah says wa Mohammed
when in lava soon, the only time Rasulullah is not mentioned next to Mohammed Salim is in Surah, Mohamad in the surah, in which the name itself is highlighted, even when Ahmed is mentioned, when MOBA shimamura sulan yakkety member this Mohamed Mahmoud Bashir on be rasuluh. Yet even when we mentioned his name he mentioned is also this is an honor of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Then then going further, he says, What cuttable cutoff is a wellin MBR Allahu wa salatu salam II
He first of all wrote them mentioned the name of Hamas. I saw them in the earliest of the Scriptures, meaning he mentioned to the people before that this final messenger is coming. And he took an agreement with all of the messengers that they must believe in Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. And that we're all mama home and at the end there are nations that when they see him and when they come into contact with him that they will believe in him. So the than the Salah, the Kalima the hope but human history alone all of the angels, the Salawat upon his name in the salon itself, Allahumma salli, ala Muhammad Ali, Mohammed, the quantity of the mention Not to mention the quality of the
mentioned are elevated. What a final look at the clock. Look at how even elevate is mentioned in the Quran itself in the Quran itself. subhana wa Tada. So this is the gift of Allah to his messenger RNA Sato Salaam. Now, we've come to the point in this surah where Allah has listed his favorites alumna swastika sobre la Anka Basilica de Raphael aka the Kirk, this was the favors. Now Allah says now he's about to give him consolation. These favors have already been done for you. And because of that far, as a result, what should you think now? In my free, useless ma? HTML? Well, masaba had the word ma does two things. It combines two things and puts two things in company of each other meaning
either they're simultaneous or they're one right after the other and they're always together masaba not only are they the combined, but they're always together Masada Okay, Allah says this is this is actually a tough ayah. To explain linguistically, we have to go through it bit by bit because it's very, very beautiful every element of this ayah also is a difficulty in Arabic or a time of difficulty. Also, it can mean two things, a difficult situation or a difficult time. Okay, user is something easy, smooth, a task that you can do without any effort is useless. Now common translation suggests in my last video, so then, no doubt with every difficulty there is ease that's how common
translation suggested number one we find and I'll read off the Arabic from the sea, Romani wahoo over here on fee en el fin also Leela had been for use of
when you say in nama, Ile de la la Philharmonic right this is to make it one difficulty you serrana what's at the end of use 110 when the benefit of that is the theme it's amazing ease so lessons for with with associated with every difficulty will be amazing amount of ease. So what is what is more the difficulty or the ease because of not putting the URL on your SIR the ease is more now the next I will also say in number
when you put on something it's the same thing in other words in number three is the first time and in number three the second time The difficulty is the same difficulty but use one has any flammer no no one if I'm useful and useless which means the same difficulty will have one ease the same difficulty will have another ease. So with every difficulty how many how many blessings of ease to have them both of them more powerful than the difficulty itself. So panela in your salon in your salon. Then the next thing to note is is more in the in grammar we say is more in in has a noun that comes after it. You know the is more another noun that comes after it is not not closely it's useful
on you. So when is the actual noun associated with the particle? And now, why is that important to note? Actually, you know, in English, if I say for sure the machine, and I don't say anymore, what do you automatically know is my topic? The motion? If I say the amount of the machine and I don't say anything more, my voice got cut off. What would you know my topic is? The imam of the masjid. That's my topic.
How do you know in Arabic that what your topic is in the sentence your topic is the Islam of in.
In is associated not with difficulty but with ease. So the actual topic of the IR isn't difficulty, the actual topic of the IR is is completely changing the perspective on the IR. And my answer is you know takim as metallic, it's been brought earlier for a special purpose. What we are learning then is it is only it is only or actually I'll put it another way incredible difficulty will only follow ease or incredible ease will only follow some difficulty. Amazing ease will only arrive when you go through some difficulty. What's the actual topic now is Allah is not talking to his messenger about difficulties talking to him about ease and he's telling him I want to give you this ease this
amazing ease but to get to it, what do you have to go through a little bit first and last and he's making the
Difficulty minute. He's sort of prepping him sallallahu Sallam that it's not a big deal. It's not a big difficulty. So Panama, so in America
now the benefit of mentioning it twice. Yeah, I mean an akuna tequila, tequila Joomla. Assad, we call it the Korean Manohar have been the fools that many have been called. I'll put it in three simple ways for you in English. One for the past one for the future. With every amazing ease will follow a difficulty has done with the case in the prophets life in the past. Right. So one of these statements talking about the prophets past the next one talking about the prophets. Future salicylate, okay, another way of looking at it, one for this life, and one for the next life. Another way of looking at it, the repetition is for love. Repetition is for love and affection. In
other words, you know, your, your, your, your relative is sad, right? They're sick or something. It'll be okay. It'll be okay. How many times did I say that? Twice? Right. Oh, don't touch that. Don't touch that.
Right. You really don't want them to go through any trouble. Oh, please don't please don't. We do this even today. How many times do we say twice? There's a lot of consoling His Messenger twice so there's no room left for him to think that there's nothing but he's on the way in your salon in America three years from now we come to the hardest part of this or this last part. This is the hardest part for me. But it follows from some. We're in our beaker for this is so heavy will lie. If you understand these I art the appreciation you have of the final messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for either ferrata when you are free when you're relieved.
What really when is the messenger relieved and but then he says fun sub then exhaust yourself standing pegging yourself. Now Saba in Arabic is to be pegged, and also means to be exhausted. So stand there exhausting yourself. This means gambling. Okay, family means standing in the middle of the night All night for either ferrata when you are relieved. Now, to understand this, again, we'll draw a parallel with Musa alayhis salam and then come back to Allah and His Messenger Salallahu salam wa salatu salam engages in conversation with Allah
gets to, you know, a while before he gets there, he sees the flaming Bush, right? And a lot of addresses in Latin America, take your shoes off, the conversation begins. What's the conversation about the beginning? methylcobalamin aka Musa what's in your hand? What's in your right hand? Let us know what's in his right hand. Allah knows, isn't he? Why is he asking? And he he could have said until
you know, you know best what's in my hand? He says no, this is my steak. You know, I beat it. Be trees with it. And does he not know Allah knows?
He knows what's he doing prolonging the conversation? Can you imagine you got a chance to talk to Allah? Wouldn't you want to prolong the conversation? Right? So he's taking every opportunity to is to kind of prolong it. Then in the middle of that conversation, what is by the way, this is one of the most amazing events in human history, a human being is in conversation directly with Allah xojo. Right. Amazing. Amazing. What does Allah tell Mossad is it have enough irana in Hoopa, go around. You were just talking to me. Now go talk to who? around you were just talking to the one where you would rather not talk to anyone else after you've talked to him. And now your job is to go talk to
someone. They'll if there was one person left on the face of the earth and that was going on, you still wouldn't want to talk to him. And now you go talk to him.
This is the work of a messenger. This is the work of a messenger on the one hand, he's in conversation with Omar. On the other hand, he's in conversation with some of the most vile people on the face of the earth those who reject Him who could be more vicious than the one who rejects the messenger any messenger especially our summer lohani Center. He has this amazing two part conversation. One the best conversation you can ever have the other the ugliest you can ever have. Which one do you think he would rather do?
Which one do you think he would rather do? So he wants to be in conversation with a law but don't let us not let him stay in conversation with him He commands and go out and talk to the people during the entire day in lockup in a hurry Subhan Allah by the way this you know this these two conversations are pseudo Muslim men and pseudo doctor by the way. So the Muslim male conversation with Allah su tiempo de la de fer conversation with the people right. Now, when the Messenger of Allah so I spent the entire day What does he have to do make that what to the people? What would he rather be? Who would you rather be conversing with? A larva? Right? So Allah tells him by either
ferrata when you are relieved, meaning when you relieve your work of that, what during the day, then you can do what you've been wanting to do all along, which is what from then you can dedicate yourself now think about myself.
Allah and yours Allah and the Sunnah of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he is desperate to go back and stand long until his feet swell, like the mothers of the believers married, right? Like until his feet swell. He's desperate to do this. He says Jerry that hoorah To me, the Salah, the coolness of my eyes was put in the Salah. That's what I enjoy doing the most when I'm in conversation with a lot of Xhosa, salallahu, alayhi wasallam. So let's have either forester fansub, and then he has what he Larabee, cafaro up and only to your master be completely lovingly devoted, or is he by an Arabic to lovingly devoted to yourself to someone, or to run away from someone, if
you use it with it? Oh, my Yabu I'm in let Abraham in love and Sophia, and if so, who will run away from the legacy of Ibrahim, but who would lovingly run towards erotica only to your master then concern yourself? Concentrate on yourself? This is actually on the one hand describing the day activity of the messenger
and calling that work and calling piano lane vacation for us. But when you're free, that's the vacation of the messenger camel lane. That's where he gets refilled reenergized? Why do people take a vacation? They take it so they come back to work strong? What's his work the dollar to the people? Where does he get his strength? the vicar where the law was originally in the middle of the night, Panama. This is the first thing. The other thing is the word for an Arabic to be relieved of one task. Allah saying your job will never be done. Focus, even though great easy is on the way whenever you get free from one task, what should you do immediately exhaust yourself in the next task, there
is no such thing as a free moment for you. So now that I've given you, you know, advice, and I've given you a pep talk with the words in them and also your slot in them and also your slot now that you're ready and motivated. Now No, there are no breaks. There are no breaks in the Harada function in our backup and continuously remain dedicated before your Lord. Even when you're talking to the people you're connected where with a large origin, our messenger is such sallallahu Sallam even in his sleep, he's doing zikalala solo Maharani husana that's his that's his status. Now we come in shallow to Allah to the last part. I said this, you know, this last part, you know, being relieved
at night and engaging the people during the day. But there's another aspect to this too. The other aspect of this of this is, it's speaking about his entire life. When you are relieved with the task you are given the task our messenger was given some Lola leavesden was to bring victory to Allah as dean and to cleanse the house of Allah and to establish His law so that the deen of Allah may overcome all the other ways of life in the region. The O Hara who Allah Deen equally when you are done with that task, what should you do? Now you can do what you've been wanting to do all along, declared dedicate yourself only standing before Allah and concerning yourself exclusively to him not
with any other ihlara Becca is the source is sought for hub in Arabic In Arabic Africa, only to your Lord be lovingly dedicated. Forget everything you can do that once you are relieved. Now look, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is given victory by Allah He conquered he you know, by Allah's permission, he conquers Mecca, the dean has been established, Shere Khan has been destroyed. Reed has seen over the last 80 days 80 or so days of the profits lifesize on him, what's he doing? How much it's almost like he can't wait to meet a larger budget. You know, in his final days, sallAllahu wasallam you have our bustle de la hora. And on the one side, you have a little
yellow horn on the other side, and they pick him up, he's so sick, he can't get upside down. So he's got you know, hands on either shoulder, he comes out and I'm working with Sadiq is about to lead the prayer for the loved one who and he tries to step back, but the messenger tells him to lead anyway. But he takes the lead according to some narrations, he takes the lead from the profit slice of them. So the people are following Abu Bakr radiallahu, but I'm looking at is following. Also the law. So I sent him this is what's happening and when he's done, when he's done with the prayer, he says, and he says something so beautiful, and it's so powerful. He says a slave was given a choice to stay in
this world or to be with with the master, and the slave chose the master.
And when we look at a video called the Allahu anhu heard this, he started crying,
when he started crying, because he knew what the messenger meant, what's the only concern with the messenger now, his worldly task is done. The task for which he was given the message is done. Now the only thing on his mind is that the master and being in his company, some of them. So you find what are the last words? What are the last words of our beloved messenger on a sort of a sudden, you know, you know, the mother of the believers is putting water on his forehead, and he goes, he passes in and out. From psychological mode. He passes in and out. And one of the few moments where he did wake up for the last time, he says a lahoma filosofia Allah. Oh Allah
The most in the highest friend's company. I want to be in the highest friend's company, some of our center is at the heart of the fund. So we're in our beaker for these this surah is the surah of Allah His love for his messenger and the the elevation of his status symbol Mahara and even send them to comments that I'm done in Charlottetown are the first comment is we live in a time where people try to insult the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam openly, they do so openly. We the the scar of the Danish cartoon is still very fresh in our minds. Even before that, you know, this is not something new even in contemporary times, people remember issues like Salman Rushdie and other you
know jokers right? We remember these things in this car, the you know, the Muslim, no one thing this this is very important for us to know, trying to insult the Messenger of Allah Salallahu alaihe salam is as useless as trying to spit out the sun.
It's only gonna come back on your face.
Are these the first people to insult the Messenger of Allah? So I saw no, he was insulted much worse than this to his face to his face. But even then Allah told him and Allah told the messenger so Salaam your chest becomes tight because of what they say what are called Nana mo Anna julio de casa de Luca de Maya coonan. We know your chest becomes tight, for sure, because of what they say. Even then, even then, Allah gave him and Shahada and what was the consolation, no matter what they say what has been elevated,
your thicker and your they will, their insults will never be even close to competing with how much your thinking has been elevated. How much that's been elevated. This is the first thing that the honor of our messengers leistung is beyond beyond blemish, you can try all you want, you can open up all the evangelical websites in the world.
It won't go down a bit. It will only increase the believers in the love and honor they have for his messengers voice on them, and will only do that. That's all it will do. And their attempts to do so in and of themselves are a proof of how much we love our messenger. So Lola herself. This is the first thing. The second thing is as we proceed in our study of just ama inshallah tada after Ramadan, we're going to see two more solos, which are a combination of what we're reading here. The first one we're going to see is in alpha NACA alpha alpha, right alpha which is similar here in the previous slide we found was alpha you take out a buka your lower will give you and they're in the
alpha inaka that's what we're going to find those parallels over there. And here in this surah when Allah said intimate closely what you will find either a job and also a law he wants to use or came natural law and but Okay, so and then at the end of that surah also when the task is done, victory has come What is the messenger commanded to do when the entire mission is done? For sub we hunger Vika was the hero. The turn to make this we have a line ask Allah forgives and says what you need to do now? Just what you've been wanting to do all along, but this worldly mission was in your way and you are commanded to do this mission. So some May Allah azza wa jal makers of those who find a
balance between these two things in today's time I know this was my last comment five minutes and I'm done or less in today's time we have two kinds of Muslims basically concerned Muslims you have one kind of Muslim was only concerned about Vicar to Allah they want to remember a lot make it a bother to a like cetera then you have another kind of Muslim was only concerned with our
nor make flyers programs, pamphlets, websites, no record of the hour and all our know the two extremes. What is the balance in the center of the messenger size?
By day it's an hour and by night is one that
is balanced? The two things and every single you know few hours, it's this entire session of Vicar which is Salah, but in between the Salah What was he doing? He's doing the work of Dharma he's doing the work of this Deen the the worldly aspects of the work of this Deen. But he's engaged he's it's the perfect balance between both of them. May Allah azza wa jal make us an an oma that is able to revive that balance and recover and maintain and only enhance the love we have for his messengers of Allah harneys Adam, may Allah as always accept global bond that is coming May Allah give us all the ability and honor of witnessing this llama bond and make it a means by which all of us in our
shortcomings are forgiven. Monica Lavinia Welcome to Quran Hakeem when finally we are committed to ethical Hakim was Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.