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Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan talks about Prophet Musa AS and his stature and who is the most talked-about Prophet in the entire Qur’an.

Surah Al Kahf mentions 4 stories and the third one is about the story of Musa AS. This story is different from the rest of the happenings of his life where he usually was at the forefront. This story has him in the role of a student and on the orders of Allah, he is asked to learn from someone else. But given his learnedness, he seemed to be a daunting task. How was this going to happen?

The Tafsir of the story is given in immense detail and warrants an intent listen.

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allows origin in sort of half a soda that we're supposed to recite every Friday mentions four stories. And the third of these stories involves Musashi Salaam. And it's the only time that the story has been mentioned. It's a very different part of his life. And it's a very personal journey. Most of the time when you read about Musa alayhis salam, it's either him directly speaking with Allah or he's engaged with the Israelites or he's challenging the Pharaoh. And it's a very public role, or a leader leadership role. But in this particular story, it's very different from all the other things we learn about Masada, Islam, as a matter of fact, there are so many mysteries about

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the story. We don't even know exactly where to place this in his life, we know that it seems to have happened after they cross the water, but exactly when historically and where he went, we don't know. And ally chose not to tell us. But some things I want you to know about today for the purpose of this whole book. And I don't my intention is not to actually tell you the entire story but to highlight something Allah said within this profound account that Allah has mentioned, and that is that a lot of people in describing Masonic Islam First of all, the most talked about profit in the entire Quran. Nobody's mentioned by name more than Masada, Sam. And of course, he's been given the

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book, which then became the book that's more profits taught than any other Prophet, meaning Allah gave him thought. And after he gave him a lot of Islam, every generation after him had a prophet and they taught a lot again and again and again and again and again. So more prophets were students of what he was given than any other prophet. So also, of course, Allah azza wa jal describes the people that ascribed themselves to him, the Jewish community, he describes them as a bar people of ink people of knowledge, right. And Allah when you slide Quran uses the word scholars or people have knowledge of the Israelites. Meaning These are people that actually have profound knowledge. This is

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something they have from Allah, that allows me to give them even after the changes they made to the book, there's still some knowledge that they possess. So Allah highlights the knowledge and the highest status of Masada them over and over again in the Quran.

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But then, in this story, he is not the teacher, he's the student musala Islam who is in every other case scenario, a teacher is now a student. And this is not early on, you know, you when you think of education early on in your career, you're learning you're a student, and when you get certain qualifications, then after that you become a teacher. That's the normal progression of things. But this from what we can tell is actually happening much later on in the life of musala, that are much after he's been a teacher. As a matter of fact, he's been a teacher to the Israelites, he's already received the Taurat. He has been teaching on behalf of Allah azza wa jal. And if we're to accept the

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authenticity of the narration, it's even claimed that nobody was more knowledgeable on Earth, then, Mr. Alexander, he didn't know of anyone who had more knowledge. And yet Allah tells him, there's someone who knows more than you do. And you need to go learn from him. And so this really interesting story is now about someone who we from what we can tell in the Quran was given more knowledge than anybody else. And yet Allah is telling him that you need to go learn from someone else. Now, the more someone is learned, the more qualifications they have credentials they have, the higher status they have in society, I'm not even talking about religious knowledge. If somebody's

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got a PhD, it's a form of respect. If somebody is a professor in university, it's the kind of prestige we know that when, when, even when this is why we we celebrate people that graduate whether you're graduating high school or college or you got a master's degree or you got a PhD or with Islamic Studies, you got an ijazah or you finished memorizing the Quran. Whenever somebody accomplishes something in education, their status is increased. They're more recognized in the society, people listen to them and they have more validity. And yet this person who Allah describes as more knowledgeable clearly as even more even the Musashi ceram rather musala Islam is traveling

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and exhaustive amount to come learn from him. Nobody knows him. Nobody knows him. As a matter of fact, the most interesting thing one of the most interesting things is that we don't even know his name. The Quran Allah did not mention his name. Yes, in the narrations, we learned the name Kindle or COVID. And there are variations of that spelling that are that are mentioned. But Allah in His perfect speech decided not to tell us who is this teacher of Masada Sam, he didn't tell him his name. So how did Allah describe him? That's this is what I want to begin really today. He says for what I've done, many bundeena

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meaning Musashi Salaam and his young assistant, they traveled together and they eventually found, listen to this carefully now a slave from among our slaves, which is probably in closer English expression would be just one of our slaves. They just found one of our slaves. One of our slaves is a description of all of us. That's not a special description. We're learning something profound here to Allah is the origin, the height, the more someone gains knowledge. The more someone gains knowledge, the more they are identified as just another one of lsaps that doesn't make them more special than anyone else.

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It actually makes them realize in any mineral muslimeen, I'm just among everybody else, I'm not superior to anybody else. You see, every other knowledge. When somebody gains it, somebody gets a degree, they kind of like, get a little full of themselves. Like if they, if they're if they're going to a convention, and they've got a PhD, they're not just going to say I'm done cream, they're gonna say, Doctor of the cream, come on, comma, PhD, wait, let me put the P with double marker. And H and D. You know, are you introduce yourself to someone? Hey, my name is Solomon. No, no, my name is Dr. salon.

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Or, you know, your email id, whatever it is, doesn't say Salem says Xena MBA, or whatever, you know, you have to add your credential because it's a form of I'm something I have some value, you know, and people love throwing that on. I said, I'm reminded back in the day when I was in college, this is in the 1800s. But when I used to go to, you know, MSA conventions, my friends just for fun, they put their name, like he's like the second year of college is putting his name Dr. faddis machmood, PhD, times 10.

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But the idea that credentials give you a kind of status and what what is that status with Allah? Well, if you really truly have knowledge, and if I really truly have knowledge, then we recognize the highest status with Allah have the highest knowledge is that I'm just a slave.

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I am in the word slave I use deliberately. I didn't say servant. I said slave because it's kind of an offensive term. Right? And literally in the Arabic language, I have to try to translate the Arabic of the Quran as close to the English as possible. I'm not trying to be politically correct. I'm trying to be accurate from a language point of view. It actually does mean slave and yes, slave is an offensive term. But I want you to understand why that's used. Because slavery to anyone other than Allah is humiliation was slavery to allies and honor. It's actually freedom. And also, you can, you can't think of any title, any title that somebody could give you that could be lower than slave,

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like whoever has a job in the world, any role in the world. When they take that role, there is no more humble more lower a title than that one. Here you have someone who has hired hire the highest knowledge, and yet he's all he is, is abdon. A slave. And on top of that, it's not allowed. It's not even worth bilum. It's not even the servant like this is the man to learn from No, just any servant, is there's an anonymity Damn. This is profound, because it teaches us something about what it means to truly learn Islam. When somebody is truly learning the knowledge of Allah, then actually, they are more and more and more within everyone else, not above. They're not above them. They are more

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humbled than they are full of their credentials. Do you know where I graduated from? Do you know what degree I have? Do you have any jazz on this? Do you did you study under the shade? None of that matters now. That disappears. I'm reminded of a really interesting incident I our experience. Almost over a year ago, I traveled to Oman and Santo Tomas Muscat. And we had a program there, there was a program that I attended in a machine. for about seven days, it was an etic off, there were about 500 of us that stayed there. And there were this was a steady program for just reflecting on the Quran. That's what it was. And there were rules for attending this program. And one of the rules was you

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have to leave your cell phone and stuff, but a lot of him, you have to leave your cell phone with the custodians. And if there is an emergency, they'll contact them. But for seven days, you don't have your phone, I don't even know how you can breathe without your phone anymore. But we did it somehow. So there's no phone with us. And the second thing was, you can only mention your name. And you can only mention where you're from. But you can't say anything else about yourself. Nothing else. There were people there that were scholars of Hadith. There were people there that were millionaires. There were people there that were shoe machines that are teaching their whole life.

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There were people there that own two camels, and that's their entire life has taken care of those camels. There are people there that were taxi drivers. But we don't know who's who. Nobody knows who. So all you can say is is Mika wakaba. Well, no, I mean, and that's it. That's all and you don't say, this is how old I am. This is what I do for a living. This is what my job is Nope, nothing. And when you're going to discuss Koran, you can't even quote scholars or technical Arabic things or whatever, because that might give somebody a clue. This guy is a scholar. So you can't talk like that. You have to keep everything basic. This is part of the rules. Right? And the vast majority of

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the people that attended were I was probably one of the only few that wasn't a scholar like they were they were scholars in this audience. But it was an exercise in humility was a profound exercise in humility for seven days, just to be outdone, mentally bundeena just to be that just to be a servant from within our servants. You see, tshabalala del Rahim Allah says something beautiful. It's stuck with me as soon as since I heard it in my youth. He described somebody who has true knowledge. He said when a when a

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tree bears fruit, its branches lower.

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When the tree bears fruit and its branches, Lord, the idea meaning if you've truly borne the fruit of knowledge, then there's a humility that impacts you. You can lower. You don't think of yourself as higher when somebody is questioning you criticizing you. In your head, you're not processing Who are you to ask me? Excuse me? What do you know? Are you even on YouTube? You're gonna ask me. That's not what's going on in your head. That's not what's going on in my head. This is the attitude of, I mean, everybody now. Now, Musashi Salaam was given a monkey tab, he was given knowledge of Revelation, this is the next part of what I want to share with you. masala was given Torah, which is

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the word of alights the Quran of that time, it's actually even in one place in the Quran described as another Quran. This is what they were given. So it's a profound that's the word of Allah that he's learned. So how is he going to learn something more profound? or different from the word of Allah, He already learned the word of Allah. So how is he learning from someone else? You see, there are two kinds of knowledge. There's two kinds of knowledge. There's the knowledge of Allah's words. And there's knowledge of reality. This is what we're going to learn in the story. There's knowledge of Allah's words, and there's knowledge of reality. And just because somebody has learned profoundly

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learn and internalize the knowledge of Allah's words, that doesn't necessarily mean they've been able to truly understand the knowledge of what reality that those are two different things. And the scholar that he's going to learn from he's been given the other knowledge, the knowledge of reality. He's been given that kind of not not knowledge of the book, the knowledge of the book is with Mussolini's RAM, and it's profound knowledge. It's the height of knowledge, but this is a different kind of knowledge. And that's the other reason I wanted to highlight why is it that allows it, which I mentioned is humility, so powerfully, and then as well. attina hora notton Minh andina Mila,

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donnarumma. Listen, listen to this part carefully. The first thing is, he's just one of our slaves. That's it. He's just one of our slaves. The second thing is Allah especially gave him a mercy.

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And then says, and we taught him, especially from our behalf, meaning a lot taught him what could not have been taught to anybody else might by anyone else, especially to him some knowledge was given a reality, he was able to see reality in a way that we can see, this was something especially given to him. But the thing I want you to focus on is Alaska, which I mentioned that he gave him mercy before he mentioned knowledge, mercy, first knowledge, like Athena Hoffman, Luna elmen. What Why is why is that important that Allah gave him mercy, that alone especially granted him a mercy. You see, this is what's called an act of Bian in Arabic. There are some kinds of knowledge that if

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you have them, there is no greater mercy on you than that knowledge. Like, if you know it, your life becomes easier. If you know it, you'll be happy. If you know it, your troubles will go away, that what greater mercy that your heart is not going to be at unrest, that you're not going to be afraid anymore, you're not going to be sad anymore, you're not going to be disturbed anymore. You're constantly in a state of blessings, because Allah has given you a mercy from him. And what is that mercy, some special kind of knowledge of reality? This is the knowledge that he's been given that becomes a mercy for him. Now, how does that operate? I'm not again, I'm not going to tell you the

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story. But I want you to know, when you go home and you recite the story and read something of the translation or commentary on the story, think about these things.

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Allah azza wa jal takes, you know, takes us along with this journey that masala Salaam came to him and says, You know, I got into aluminum Mr. Olympia pasta, can I follow you? Because you can teach me some of the things you've been taught. And the first thing he says to Musa alayhis salam is you don't possess the right prerequisites. You know, when you join a university, you have to have prerequisites. Because you don't the qualification that's needed is submitted. You don't have it in the calendar. So tiama sobre, you're not capable of being patient. You're not capable of holding back with me, you're not going to be able to handle it. This is too tough of a program. Masada

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salamu people to handle it, he was able to handle it on

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he was able to handle crossing the water. He was able to handle the Israelites.

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Easy he's handled quite a bit. You know, he's been he's been able to handle people trying to kill him.

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And he says, You can't have someone with me. And this is the same musala Islam who's telling the Israelites to have Subbu he's telling them when the armies of the pharaoh are coming in the matter. You're a big No, no, it's okay. My master is with me he'll guide this is the hero of Islam, the highlight of the Quran, and this man tells Musa alayhis salam you don't have enough silver for this, you can't handle it. Subhana Allah just just to even think about who's being said this. This is being sent to Busan Islam, you know. And so when he says that, of course masala Salaam says no strategy duty insha Allah sabalan It's a humble answer. He doesn't say excuse me. You're going to

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tell me about sobered. Let me tell you my Southern experience. Here's my sense

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Have a resume? No, no, no. He says in sha Allah, if Allah wills, you will find that I have suffered. if Allah wills, He doesn't even guarantee that about himself. Look, yes, I have pretty decent track record with Seville. But that doesn't guarantee that I will always have it. If Allah wills, I hope that I will meet that expectation set up in sha Allah who sabalan I want to spend the last few minutes of this whole by talking to you about this knowledge of reality and how the subject of musala salaam was tested, and why that knowledge of reality becomes a mercy. I want you to think of it this way. Reality is two things. It's what you can see and what you cannot see. Right now I can

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see you, I don't see the two angels on your sides. I don't see them. You understand that. So there's a but they're real. They're here. So there's a reality that we can see. And there's a reality that we cannot see when little cotton happens. You look up at the sky, it's just the sky. But the unseen reality is the The sky is completely covered with angels descending, then as a little melodica roofie heavy armor. That's an unseen reality, you understand? So there's a scene reality and there is an unseen reality. Now, this knowledge, what we see all the time, we all have our opinions, our feelings or thoughts are always impacted by what we see.

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Because that's what reality is to us what you see on the news, what you experienced what somebody said to you what you felt, these are your realities. But there's another side to that reality. It's like a source code. It's like you see the front end of the app, but you don't see the code behind the app. there's a there's a curtain there's a veil of love hood. And a lot. So john says on Judgement Day FACA Schaffner and calheta, Masako yoma Hadid that we are removing the curtain from you. So you can see crystal clear now your eye your your vision is ironclad. In other words, now you don't just see what what was visible. Now Allah is going to remove the veil. And you can also see

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the unseen reality. The thing is in most of our life, and pretty much all of our life. We never know why Allah does what he does. We don't know. We don't know why you got into a car accident. We don't know. We don't know why you lost your job. We don't know why you got sick. We don't know why this problem happened or that problem happened. We don't know why your brother did so well in school and you failed.

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We don't know. We don't know why you're so short. And your siblings are so tall.

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And you start asking yourself, why why did Allah do this? What's the point? Why can't you just tell me what he wants from me? Why doesn't he open lift the curtain a little bit? So let me see what the secret was? What was the big plan? So I can just if I just knew what maybe I'd be at ease. Because when you don't know, you know, when it when a judge passes a verdict on you, the judge says you have to pay this fine. And you say why should I pay this fine? And he says no, that that knowledge is in the unseen. I'm not going to tell you.

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When a judge passes a verdict on you and you don't know why. Then you become an unrest. You're like, I can't accept that. I need an explanation. I can't have that explanation be hidden from me. What Allah does in this story is he shows Musa alayhis salam, there's always an explanation. But Allah decided well Makana LA, julio de Akuma de la, Allah has decided that he is not going to be informing you of what's happening in the unseen behind everything scene. There's something happening that is unseen. And he is decided not to tell you, in this story, what Allah decided to do is he, you know, imagine there's a curtain and a lot lifted, you know, through his teacher just a little bit. So you

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can get a glimpse a little bit, you can see what's happening behind the scenes. So you understand there's always something happening, but he doesn't lift it all the time. This is a special knowledge given to Catholicism, which is a special mercy to him. He doesn't give that to me, he didn't even give it to Masonic meaning this is a reality. He doesn't even open to his messengers, and even subtle Salah that's the lesson we're learning here. So when Musa alayhis salam sees that people that are just earning a decent living, and the only way they can make a living as a boat that they work on, is being damaged by his teacher, like, what are you doing? This is messed up. How can you do

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this? What could possibly justify this, and he's told told you you're not going to handle this. This is not the kind of course you can take and survive, you don't have the patience for this. Meaning he doesn't have the patience to see injustice and just stand by masala salam, when he sees injustice, he gets upset.

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When he sees two people fighting each other. He doesn't just stand there he goes and fixes it. When he sees women struggling to feed their animal, he goes and helps when he sees an innocent boy being killed. Or he sees a ship being sunk for no reason. Of course, he's going to have a problem. And this became his test of support. In other words, when you see when you and I see unfairness in your personal life, in your circle, when you see unfairness done towards you or done towards towards others, and you start questioning why is this unfairness happening? This isn't right. That can't be a good thing.

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And you start you know

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It agitates you it really bothers you. It's at that point that those words of advice around to to Musan Islam or Rama Kanaka and Nicola and Tatyana don't tell you this, this education, this real this, this knowledge is not easy to acquire. You can't you don't have the patience for this. This is why it's not given to everyone. You can't handle this and he even made the statement work a Fatah, Spiro, Allah Milan to hit v. Cobra. How in the world can you be patient over something you have no knowledge or experience of there is an experience of the unseen, Allah did not open up that experience to us. We can't possibly experience it. We have to be humble and just sit back and say

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Allah knows, and we don't know Allahu Allah move on to the moon. Allah knows and you don't know. Eventually, when musala salam was taught, okay, these are the things you couldn't bear. This is what was really going on. This is this was a less plan behind each of the events that took place. When that happened, when that's described, then actually, we realize this is one of the most important bits parts of knowledge that if we don't humble ourselves to we truly don't humble ourselves to. And there's no point considering yourself and myself, someone who wants to learn about a lesbian. Let me say that again. When when we give ourselves completely to a less plan, that means we've humbled

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ourselves before Allah.

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We've trusted our teacher who is Allah, and we've trusted the road he's taken us on, even if that road becomes uncomfortable, our trust in Him doesn't go away. And that's not easy to do. If that wasn't even easy to do for a messenger like Masada, his Salaam waka llama, la hermosa tech Lima, the one who spoke to Allah directly, it wasn't even easy for him to do. That means it's not easy for you and me to do this is one of the hardest things we have to do in life, is to actually be able to just be okay with a lesson plan is to know at the end of the day, there is a larger plan. Now, please don't misunderstand what I'm trying to get across in this clip. But I am not saying that when people

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treat you unfairly. And when people do wrong to you, or you see wrong happening, that you shouldn't say anything, that's a lesson plan. I'm going to take the, you know, take the submitter approach and not say anything, that's not what's being said, it's being said about things that are out of our control. When things that are happening that are out of our control, there's always a plan in place, there's always something happening that that that that is from a line we are standing up for justice, are speaking out against the wrong that is happening is an obligation we have on ourselves. But this is beyond that. It's That's obvious. That's common sense. That's something that most of the

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Quran talks about. But there's an attitude before allows origin that we have to humble ourselves. We have to I have to really, really acknowledge in myself that I'm not going to question Allah. I'm not going to say Allah, I don't see the sense behind this plan. I don't get it. If I was planning, I would have done a better job maravilla This is the thought that goes in someone's head. This is this is the thing that has to be killed. Because my sense of planning my decision making in my head, you're thinking you're more merciful than Allah. You're thinking you're more just than Allah. Yeah, am I thinking that I'm a I'm a better planner than a lot I know better than I have more wisdom than

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Allah? Is that what I'm thinking? Because when I'm questioning his judgment like that, then I'm clear there's clearly something wrong. Of course, we can get close to that sometimes. Even the angels got close to that what at one point? They didn't understand why Adam was created. They didn't get it. They even asked Allah azza wa jal newfie. How can you see doofy? Ha, well, yes, we could develop Are you gonna put on the earth, someone who's gonna cause corruption and spill blood? We don't get it.

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But immediately, immediately, as soon as they said this, because they don't understand. It's okay. We can ask a love your job. I wish I understood why this is happening. Give me contentment to deal with what is happening. That's okay. But immediately what did the angel say? Well, no, no, no Sunday, Happy Hanukkah, Hanukkah, this weekend, by the way, you're perfect. We're not questioning your perfection. We don't get it. But that doesn't mean that you're making the wrong decision at all.

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That's that's humility. That's to be a of one of one of the birds of Allah I've done with a body now. And this has nothing. On the one hand, you could have knowledge of the book you could have, you could know the Arabic language and memorize the Quran and study Hadith and you know all of those things. But this isn't their contentment with a loss decree is not their contentment with it. Knowing that what Allah has done is better. Knowing that what Allah has done has wisdom behind it, knowing what Allah has done, Allah is a better planner than you and I will ever be. And there's good in it. Maybe that good is you know, sometimes as a plant grows it within a couple of days, sometimes

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the plant grows in 20 years. Right? So the the seed that you're experiencing now, we don't know the good of it will come now or it will come 100 years from now, we don't know that. That's a loss plan. That we can't have any knowledge of that. This is not something like

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Arizona decided to tell us, you know, and so livens totally aligned with Muslims who are going through a difficult time and this is the last thing I'll leave you with. Allah azza wa jal told the Muslims this when they were questioning you know when when we lost and

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when we had tremendous we experienced tremendous loss in the battle overhead.

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And Allah azza wa jal notice that Muslims are even starting to ask why did this happen to us?

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What Why did we experience we have the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what are the believers that we've sacrificed with him? How can we experience this? Allah says what we'll call a Yamanaka we do have an illness. These are the days we flip up and down between people.

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Well, Yamaha Latina Armando solo could know who truly believes

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it's easy to believe when you're winning in it. I want to see who really believes when you're what you're losing. First time I studied this, I I used to live in New York. And back then a start for the live was a New York Knicks fan. And if you know anything about the New York Knicks Spike Lee is that every game or I don't know if he still is, but he was at every game. He's got this giant those Shahadah fingers and he's waving. They could be down by 40 points. He's a believer, they call him a true believer. Right? Whether you're winning or not, he's not he's not he's got faith three seconds left in the game 40 point went down and he's waving the Shahada finger, you know, cuz

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that says faith. Well, you know what, that's why they call him a true believer. The idea being, when we are going through difficult times, that's actually when Allah wants to see whether we believe or not. That's actually when faith is truly the you know, template, not just tested graded. Think of it as graded. That's what your actual grade is, are you content with a lot at that time? So he says, I, you know, I just want to know who truly believes I want to see, I want to see your faith in action. I want to see it put to the test. Another place he says mccanna La Jolla, meaning Allah, Allah, he had a measles ob Femina.

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Allah will not leave you just comfortable the way you are, he won't, he'll give you a tough time, until he can distinguish the filthy from the good and pure

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Omar Candela who leads the way.

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But Allah will not be telling you what's going on behind the scenes, he will not be telling you the real plan. He said that himself. This is the humility that is profound, so profound, that even a messenger had to travel to learn it. And this is a this is a journey we You and I have to take in life to really truly let go sometimes of our complaints in our questionings of a less plan. Just let yourself float. Let yourself be and you'll find yourself in peace and a large ocean will give you contentment in life that otherwise would never have come your way. Malaria wouldn't make us happy with his decree and Lorenzo's oil mix of those of the Allahu Allahu anhu. Allah is pleased with them

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as they are pleased with Allah as they are pleased with awesome Allah so don't make us pleased with him and make him pleased with us, man Lazarus and make our difficulties easy for us. And may Allah not make any of our trials or reason for us to lose our faith in him. barakallahu li walakum from Coronel Hakeem when finally we are coming out in particular Hakeem

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al hamdu lillahi wa kafa wa Salatu was Salam O Allah, Allah Deena Safa Hassan al Abdullah Mohammad Nabi Muhammad, meanwhile, Allah He was a big bang, called a la gente que

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una de la human Shakeology in de la la, la luna, Elena De La Nina amanu sallu alayhi wa sallam Taslima Allahumma salli ala Muhammad Allah Allah Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah tala Rahim Allah Allah, Allah me in the Gambia Majid Allahumma barik ala Muhammad Ali Mohammed

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Ibrahim Ibrahim Afflalo, me in the middle Majid about the law, Rahim Allah, Allah, Allah.

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Allah.

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Allah, Allah, Allah Allah.

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