Jesus in the Quran – Episode 04

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The conversation discusses the importance of culture in modern times, including the use of zecharia's name and "ioself" as destination for animals. The use of "from" in religion and giving gifts is discussed, along with the history of the Bible's influence on people's behavior and the importance of being a holy spirit. The conversation is a dialogue between two speakers discussing the cultural and political context of the current pandemic and the potential impact on the economy, particularly in the US and China. The conversation is noisy and has a lot of uncertainty and confusion.

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I want you to go through the whole Quran with me. Join [email protected]

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city MD, Dr. Sanjeev Kohli hamdulillah salat wa salam O Allah, Allah Allah Allah He was a huge pain I'm about everyone Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. So we start today inshallah with trying to wrap up I am number 36 that we started or 37 or that we started talking about some outstanding items. Fatah Bala hora, hobbico, pueden hacer un we talked about how Allah accepted her prayer, the prayer of the mother of Valium, but the language of it there are some things that I skipped that I think need attention for the Kabbalah as opposed to Fatah called Bella minha. She made a Dora photocurable Mini except from me, and the expected response from Allah is, so he except he accepted

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from her. But instead of saying from her, Alessi accepted her now that means a few things that the mother of medium was accepted in everything that she does not just this prayer, meaning of luck completely and entirely accepted her life as a worshiper and her dedication to Allah. So it's beyond that, that are like accepted her. The other interpretation could possibly be that ally accepted her child in every way the child that she offered to Allah, Allah accepted that child how could refer to the child. The other sub say that it can be referring to the word Dharma meaning the call another word for the meaning of life accepted it, meaning the prayer, but then there's a switch over Well,

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I'm better Hannah button has Helen, that he allowed her to be raised in the most beautiful ways and that's referring to money and so that's one standard outstanding item. Then the next thing is Rockefeller has a career and the career took responsibility of taking care of her caffeine in Arabic is someone responsible for someone else actually covered in old Arabic was the there's a blanket kind of soft material that they used to put over the hump of a camel when they wanted to take care of that camel and make sure that it's comfortable when they're writing it and they would put a cover on top of it and a camel that's extra taken care of has a coffin on it. So from it you get the word

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Kafeel caretaking, guardianship, responsibility, sponsorship, even these are kind of the implications of the word coffin. So Allah says a fella has a career as a career was the one who took care of or took responsibility of the guardianship of medium Sarah Maria. Zachary on Instagram is the Imam of the masjid he's the leader of the community he's also a prophet of Allah right so that's that's his role. And there are other Imam there are other religious class people in the community that listen to his advice. He's basically you can consider the grandma is the lead Imam of all of them. In the biblical account, we actually find that she was there. And it's not necessarily that

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she was under the direct care of Zakaria all the time. But Koran says no, she was under his his guardianship the entire time. The other important thing is Allah does not mention here the character named Joseph which is mentioned in the, you know, the Infancy Gospel, which is you know, they tried to marry her off, and then, you know, give her away at the end.

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have 16 and all of that alone removes all of that from the equation and says no zekeriya was responsible for her. And that's it. That's the end of it. That's the discussion as far as Koran is concerned with a fella has Acadia akula de la la has a Korean agenda in Dallas. And this is important because you know, they said when she reached the age where she could have a child, then this happened she had puberty and then they moved her out. And all of this but Allah describes that she this interaction was actually and hers happening. And then soon after she's the angels are coming to her in the same place and telling her you're going to have a child, right? So she hasn't

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moved out of there. She hasn't moved to somebody else's house. She remains in

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the world. mcrobbie is going to be important here because he used to come visit her in the hub. And that's where they came the angels came to her in the Makarov, so that's all of that is important because it's correcting the story that was become that had become popular among the Christians about what really happened with Miriam Salama Nottingham. And this is actually part of her last answer to you know the mother's prayer that'll keep her protected. They'll let us not put her in a difficult position. And so here worker fella has a career. And by the way, zecharia has named alehissalaam even though it's a Hebrew name, it shares an origin with the Arabic language from thicker than as

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opposed to that. So it's actually someone who remembers a lot a lot. And it's interesting and lessons what's called Rebecca Castilian. Remember a lot a lot to zecharia, almost translating his name in the ayah. Okay, so even though that's not an Arabic name, if you study the original meaning of the word, it's someone who remembers a lot a lot. Okay, so calama de la la has a career masaba was a De Anza horoscop every time every single time zecharia would enter the Arab you know, to meet her Alicia and lb harbor to move you know, loose here he entered upon her meaning he came into her headquarters to visit her and this was the larger part of the Metalab. Now what in the world is a

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hub? Nowadays, we think of it as the pulpit of the masjid, like the Makarov of the masjid or the you know, the sanctuary where the imam leads the prayer. That's the makeup. That's a more modern meaning of the word man up. Originally, the word mclubbe had some other implications and I want to share those with you. And may have originally met with acid it's actually the you know, if you had a mountain and at the very top of the mountain, there was a cave and that's where the lion stays like the lions den, which is inaccessible, smile, you're on camera.

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So, you know, a lions den where the lion stays exclusive, it doesn't want to be bothered, that's actually called Rob. That place is called a club. And from it, some have derived a place that's higher above, it's private. like nobody will bother you. It's an inner sanctuary. That's me, Rob. Maybe there's some part of somebody's home that's exclusively for them. Nobody can bother them. And it's it's just them and their solitude. That place is called implant, okay. Similarly, actually very differently, and how they've emotionally

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abandoned the really nasty Abba home. Hello, Baba. Yaga huhtala Asada mala taco, who Bella Shea, actually, the robber was called hottub, who takes everything down to the clothes, like someone who robs you of everything is actually called a harddrive. And from it you get the word How does in war, we're going to rob them of everything. War as in, we're going to take everything they have. Okay. And this is from the Latin form Habiba is actually, as a person who has nothing left they're completely bankrupt. Well, either Malou Hulu, all of his wealth was taken away. That's that's a person that has experienced hardship. And from it, you get the word war, how to how to visit in the

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Arabic language war, and that's using the Quran for that for that meaning. Now, what what are the implications of the word merab? Some have tried to say it's not just a place that's exclusive, but it's also a place where you go before a law bankrupt in other words, it's a place where you don't you come before a lie completely. You have nothing you own nothing, you are nothing. You've been everything's been taken from you. Other say no, you may have is a place where you're in solitude with the law, or you know, in your prayers, where you recognize that the things you need have been taken from you, like you, you come in a state of desperation when nirma has been taken from you.

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That's when you're in a place called mehtab. I would argue that the implication here is more about solitude. And being alone like the place Malabo originally in the Arabic language, a place where the animal is to be left alone, and it's higher above in a figurative sense a place of worship is even if it's in elevation, low, it's spiritually higher. A lot of zildjian mentioned in the Quran. You know, people using ultra low and tofa with coffee, more like homes that are larger size that allowed for them to be elevated homes that are elevated so much it could be in a basement but it's still an elevated place as far as allies concerns.

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So in that sense I may have is a higher place of solitude and connection with a law. And that means that it can be it's different from a machine, you can have a meth lab in your home, you can have a meth lab you know a corner of your home, that's just you and a lot that's your space. And that's your main lab, it could be a closet, for all that matters, you know the inner part of your home the job will be that can become a mantra. So anyway, so he used to come and visit her in the club.

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And he when he used to come and visit her

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he would find each other in the hottest guy in her company he would find right by her he would find provision and some narrations say that this was fruits from out of season. Other say different things about different kinds of food fruits.

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And so you know, fruit from out of season for us is okay, you can go to Walmart, and you can find all kinds of inorganic fruit from out of season or grown in a lab. You can find that but when you are living in ancient times and there is a fruit that only grows in the summer and by the time it reaches before it goes bad and you can still eat it you there's no way you're going to find fruit of the winter in the summer or fruit of the summer in the winter. That's impossible. So he would come in and he would see food in front of her that's not from that season. That's out of season completely and he would find other risks. He knows nobody else comes and takes care of her he's the

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caffeine fella has a career he's the one who's in charge so who's who's giving you food Where did you get this from? And she knows she doesn't leave she doesn't go outside she's dedicated to that place. So he would say another key haha and Anna is in Arabic is different from K for K for means how? And lucky have a means you have this. So the sentence would be how do you have this so can further has a Korea he would take care of her and he's in shock how in the world is she getting this food? So he would say a nice and how it's not just how like a normal house it's a shocked How lucky have a How do you have this? How do you have this analogy has really come from so she would respond

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very calmly collared woman under law, she would say that it is from especially from Allah. It comes especially from Melissa she is used to divine intervention. She is used to food coming from you know from Allah azza wa jal miraculously appearing, and it's not a shock to her that Allah has some special connection with her that even her physical nourishment so called to Amina Angela, she said it is especially it comes especially from Allah in the La Jolla Zuko Manisha ob lady Hassan that certainly Allah he's the one who provides whoever he wants, without any limits without any restrictions. She's comfortable with this notion that Allah provides, without physical means,

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without scientific explanation. She just turns around and foods there, it's appeared and she knows it's from Allah who have an under law in the law in the law, Yasukuni shall be the sub, this is going to be important because it's foreshadowing that allows origin is going to be providing her from Allah himself and something's coming to her the risk of a child is coming to her and that's only from Allah. And that's something that she's already in some sense accustomed to, because of last providing her food in that way. And it's interesting that when when zecharia and Islam heard this and he was so sure and she's so sure this can only be from Allah she adds the word enough,

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right? So she says it is from Allah, certainly it is Allah, He provides whoever he wants without any limits. And it's not just me that Allah provides he provides everyone so she's not even saying I am special. She's saying this is what life is for everyone. So it's not a shock to her and she doesn't see herself as a special case. She just sees this is what love is this is a love norm and I've talked to you I gave you a long explanation of a love providing without his sub before right so in the La Jolla Zoo Manisha will be a sub. Now at that moment, this is the the beautiful thing about this part of our bond, we can move through some of these, you know, rather quickly because the story

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is progressing.

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But uh, who nanika who nanika means then in there, it's a waffle McCann Anza man actually means then and there right at that moment, right in that place. As a cardiologist, who's himself a prophet of Allah is sitting there hearing these words from this child, his girl, he couldn't help himself or make dua to Allah, that as a courier about Zachary on a song called on his robe to and he said, I'd be humble him and let him carry a

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master, from your, from your special behalf from your special vaults of treasure from somewhere that can only come from you that's less than something that can only come from Allah. Give me the gift of good offspring. Give me the gift of a lineage that's good and pure. He's an old man, he can't have a child anymore. But he thinks to Allah, if Allah can produce fruit that doesn't grow in this season.

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Then why can I have a child that I'm out of season My wife is out of season and that's okay. Because she just reminded me a lot provides whoever he wants, without any limits and look at this case, study.

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So he's thinking he's looking at fruit. And he's literally thinking you know, in in Arabic thammarat fruit are also figuratively used for children. Right, so an oximeter and Wiley will enforce iva Murat wabasha savarin you're going to be tested with loss of money, loss of people and loss of fruit and fruit is also considered fruit of your labor also considered, you know, if we are the, the symbol of a tree or a plant, our children are our fruits. That imagery has already been given when Allah described the mother of medium as a plant, and medium is the fruit that's that's been born right so he says, After seeing this provision of Allah, Allah provide me a child Rudy yet Anthony

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button. So it's a really beautiful and wordplay is important here to the Ria comes from dada, dada means seed. Seed goes back to fruit. He's seeing fruit in front of him. So this is really beautiful wordplay in the eye art and how one thing inspires another what we learned from this prayer of Zachary Allah some are a few important things. Previously, in the beginning of the surah, we saw our Hubble anomala dhankhar, Rama, give us the gift of mercy. We asked to learn the beginning of the surah give us the grant as the gift of Rama, which was why he now we're seeing what hubballi mendonca rB hubballi melodem khazaria provide me offspring a child. What we're learning is We ask

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Allah for spiritual nourishment in the beginning, and now we're asking a lot for material nourishment also. And we we don't just want one kind of nourishment from Allah or the other. We want both of them and actually, when it comes before the other, the spiritual nourishment we asked for first in the surah, we asked Allah, you know what habla Nam 11 karapatan. Allah was an alternative for ye. And if you if you remember what I was talking about that now it's interesting that if you are inspired by revelation, then the way you even ask for a child is going to be different. He didn't just ask for a child. He said Juliet and play button. A good child, good offspring. offspring

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that is pure plebe is two things goodness hide in it and so far and impurity in it will return play button. So he asked a lot to give him the gift of good offspring from it. Of course, we learn immediately, when we ask a lot for children, we should ask a lot for good children, not just healthy children. And play it actually is beautiful because it covers the material and it you know, the worldly and the spiritual leave actually means healthy also good also, like gloomy mafia of the Highland play, even play workers for don't just eat permissible food, eat food, that's good, that's clean, that's pure. So it's got this material dimension to it to leave is something that's pleasant.

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So labor labor also means something that will bring me happiness, that will make me feel good, that'll bring me peace. So those meanings are intended to and of course, on the spiritual side of purity and an esky as implied and also so when we ask Allah for children, we ask Allah for all of these things, you know, are sometimes our children can become in a material sense in a social sense, are very successful, they can become popular, they can become wealthy, they can become they can have status, button thebe is missing. goodnesses missing goodness to parents is missing goodness to neighbors missing courtesies missing, kindness is missing. The MBA is there the PhD is there, but

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basic manners aren't there, you know, or spiritual connection to allies, not there. You know, they're so successful, they've, they've bought their mother house, and they've got the car and everything's taken care of, and all the medical expenses are taken care of, and no, no, and they can go on vacation every year, and he can send his mother to home, run whatever she wants, or whatever, but he won't pray. The mother's crying and he doesn't pray. Leah Is there a lot of play about her there but something's missing. He added his Salaam Asya law provide me a child and he recognizes just because he's a prophet, doesn't mean that he'll have a child that's going to be righteous.

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That's not a guarantee. You have a Salaam did not necessarily have a righteous child, Yusuf Ali Salam did not necessarily have righteous children. Right? So just because you have your Allah has given you Prophethood doesn't mean that it's passed down. And he's in the presence of someone who's not a prophet. Right. So he's for example, Miriam's mom was not a prophet, Allah gave her a good child. So, you know, goodness is not inherited, it's not genetic. You don't get to say I have this last name, therefore, I have, you know, good lineage and therefore, you know, but but as I was explaining in the DA series, good, you know, the the lineage of prophets is actually their behavior

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and modeling their behavior. I'm

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like, No, I was told that's not your child, because he's a no good deed. He just all he does is no good. That's why he's not your child. So being good is actually what makes someone from the inheritors of profits. So he says that to a lot of be heavily millerton khazaria tentativa. The other important, beautiful thing that we learn here is that when you see someone else that Allah has provided, like, you know, somebody was diagnosed with cancer or something, and they were given six months and I've known people like that they were given six months, and then they asked a lot, and then they went back to the doctor and the doctors like where to go

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When you haven't even started your chemo What is this? What did you do? I didn't I didn't do anything I just I just prayed You know? And then you hear those incredible stories or meet those incredible people when you meet them. You should be inspired in Allah hi Who am in Angola in Elia Zuko Manisha will be ready. When you see some incredible gifts from Allah given to someone I met a at a friend in Albany New York It's okay if once he hears this and be like, Oh my god, he mentioned me Yes, I did. So Albany New York his his son they used to live on the on the fourth floor of an apartment building. The son

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jumped out of the fourth floor window

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fell out two years old

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fellow landed

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no harm nothing completely fine.

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We just came down pick him up and no ambulance was called check if there's any broken bones nothing

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completely safe and sound

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when a lead decides to protect you protects what angels caught him and landed him safely Allah knows.

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You know. So in the law, Yasukuni shall be ready law provides. However he wants to whoever he wants without any without our imagination getting in the way our limits are hisab gets in the way unless his ability his job. So when you see something like that, when you hear a story like that, when you meet people like that, and it's not just about miraculous events, it's also about you know, last given somebody you know, who was like you and allowed provided them knowledge or a law provided them you know, a good life or a law provided them a good spouse or a law provided them something that you have been longing for something that you wish you had, it's okay. When you see that then you turn to

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Atlanta yada you provide whoever you want, provide me also, give me also and it's okay to ask for specific things. The cardiology salon didn't say, y'all, if you want to give me a child, it's okay. If you don't want to give me It's okay. I you decide, no, no, I he really wants a child. So he put in his wish he put in his request. And that's okay, you put in your request to Allah. And that's a that's an important tradition that we carry forward. And it becomes a tsunami of profits, that even when they see they are so gifted by Allah Himself, Allah speaks to them directly. Right? And when they see other believers, with something Allah has provided them, they get inspired by even other

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believers. So who are we to not take inspiration from others? And to learn from them and to want what they have? It's okay to want what they have. But jealousy is something else.

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To say, Why did Allah Why did you give this girl and I've been a prophet all this time, I've been praying so many more years than she ever has, and you haven't given me and she gets fruits from all out of season and would have been so much easier if I just had a baby. No, no, no, you don't. You don't complain about what someone else has? Or question. Why do they have it? No, you say, yeah, Allah, you provided them. And just as you provided them, yeah, like, give me the gift to and by the way hub will have I have to give a gift. And a gift is not something you can ever expect. Right? You can't actually technically say, Hey, where's my gift?

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Because if you're going to ask for a gift, that means you're owed. And that's the kind of compensation and a compensation is not the same as a gift. Like, you know, when your boss owes you a paycheck, you don't say, Can you give me the gift of my paycheck? No, it's not a gift. You owe me my money, man. That's my I work hard. That's, that's actually not your money. It's mine. I worked. I earned it. But a gift is not something that can be earned. And a gift is not something that can be deserved. Kids get that in your head. You don't deserve a gift.

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It's a gift. It's not a paycheck.

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Ed guy with the collar, like

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we have this notion that gifts are deserved. They're not. He's turning to Allah and saying humbly, Milligan kathuria Tantra even Yeah, love when you do give me it'll be a gift.

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I recognize when when Allah gives, that I didn't deserve it. And if he didn't give, that's okay, because it was going to be a gift anyway, it wasn't something that I was owed. So that acknowledgement is captured inside the word hub, then mila dunka also, you know, she said woman, Angela,

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when she when he asked her where did this list come from? She said, it is from en de la from, you know, in the company of Allah, from from Allah Himself. But you know, you could say may not lie in Arabic, you could say mean Allah. And he could also say humbly mean cavalry at antiva. But instead of men, she says men are in the law, and he says mill dunka. So there are two additional words here between from you from Allah. It's from an end of Allah. It's very difficult to translate an Indian in English here, also Latin, but I'll try to explain this to you.

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We know in the story of Musa and we find these two words together.

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So when Musashi Salaam meets this individual at the end of sort of God, half the story is mentioned. Allah says it

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Hey now hora, Indiana.

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We're alumna who Mila Donna Alma. So andina Laguna. And the same idea. What does that mean? And this is the same thing as tomato farakka. These both these words are mentioned in proximity of each other to highlight that they're different from each other. If I say I have something with me, who are indeed, in Arabic, if I say something is with me, and for example, if somebody says to you Do you have a car, and they say, Oh, I have a car.

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I have a car. But when I say it, and it doesn't necessarily mean that it's right here.

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It means it's somewhere within my reach.

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I have I happen to have I could actually even say NBC yada. When I'm in if I'm traveling to New York, and somebody says, Do you have a car I have a car, that doesn't mean it's parked outside, it's all the way in Texas. Right? You understand so and that can be something that is even far away from you, but you have access to it. You have access to it. Ludden is actually used for when something is being kept very special in a vault or you know it no one has access to it, except I do like if I had some secret file or if I had some key to some, you know, vault or something, and I'm keeping it in a safe deposit box somewhere. You know, this is middleware dunka can you from your special secret safe

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place? Give me this thing that you have. It's not just something lying around, sound like a car parked outside. It's not like you know, food in the pantry. There's some British chocolate you bought that you've been hiding somewhere special shelf somewhere so that the kids don't need it. That's Mila. Dongha

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she says Allah provides from him and it's from Allah. This is not out of the ordinary for a lot to do. So she's actually first of all she's acknowledging it is especially from Allah, but she's not going out of her way to say this came from some special treasure of Allah He doesn't she's not saying that.

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But zecharia alehissalaam says yeah, Allah I want a special child.

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I don't just want a child I want a child that is from some special you know treasure vault of yours that you've gifted in ways that others aren't gifted and that where's that captured let them go He doesn't say have Leeming in the cavalry Atlanta even he says Mila don't cavalry Atlanta. That letter is actually the closest to a line by the way London is used when if I if I see you know, Lydia column. I have a pen also translated. I have a pen. But I have to have it in my possession right now. It has to be right next to me. It can't be somewhere far away.

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So the idea yeah, love from your, from your from your special closeness. I want a child as remarkable that it's that special closeness to Allah that Allah gave him Yeah, here are the Salaam. It's actually it's responding to the words of second era Salam have limited because recently written in Nickerson, certainly you are the here of the call. You hear the call all in the same ear is different from Samir, Samir and Simon are different Simon, the one who listens right now. Sammy, the one who always hears not just right now, you've always been hearing my call. In other words, he's not saying Yala all these years I've been making the all these years I've been I've been asking you.

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I'm not saying that a lot. You didn't hear me all those times. I'm saying you've heard me all the time.

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You've heard every single one of those dots. Just like you're hearing this one in academia. And there's no doubt about that. There's no doubt you know, those people if they make praying for something for a long time, and it's not answered, then you know what they they start saying, I've been making dog for so long. Allah hasn't heard. Allah hasn't listened to my dog.

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He's in his old age and a lifetime of making dry like that. And he says Allah you've always heard. In other words, we don't doubt that Allah hears the law just because it didn't get answered on our terms. There's a difference between those two things. Allah will answer on his terms. You know, something you should think about in the

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it's a small bit of contemplation is and again it has to do with children. You know, the mother of Musa alayhis salam, and the mother or the father of Yusuf Ali Salaam. They both lost children. Yusuf Ali, salaam father lost use of

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muscle asylums, mother lost muscle, put them in the basket.

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They both made to be reunited with their children. And the mother was reunited with her child a few hours later. Like he ended up in the castle started crying. The witnesses came out started looking for who can feed him, he wouldn't drink anybody's milk. And then his sister got him connected again and a few hours later, Mom and child are back together there are answered but in how long within 24 hours.

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jacobellis Elisa Lam has lost his child using Felisa. He's also making God and as a matter of fact, the mother of Musa is not a prophet.

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The mother of Messiah is not a prophet, and she makes

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Orion, her dog gets answered a couple of hours. Yahuwah Salam is a prophet or now he's a prophet, and he makes the art to be reunited with his child. How long does that take to get answered?

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This boy lost his youth. Then he lost his young man this age in jail.

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And way down the road, he gets to see him again. And people start thinking, Oh, Allah isn't answering my prayer, because maybe I'm not close enough to Allah. Wait a second, a prophet prayed. And it took that long, and someone who's not a prophet prayed, and it because the schedule of when a door is answered, and how it's answered, a law provides whoever he wants, without any limits. He's the one who hears all the doors, but he decides when to provide what that's a humility. We have to hold to ourselves, we don't unfairly judge ourselves and say our door is not good enough. We shouldn't say that about ourselves. And on the other hand, we shouldn't put an expectation on Allah

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Allah where's where's the answer already? I placed the order a couple of days ago, and it's still not delivered. Was there a tracking number I can have on this door? Because it's

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not gonna work like that. So he may die in his old age. And by the way, that's the other thing. You know, you could say I'm, I'm you know, sort of medium he describes what's the sushi bar. You know, do this after Baba Fado me. Right, I'm done. Now, one foot is in the grave. You know, my wife couldn't even have a child when she was young.

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Now, you know, we're both basically now ready to meet Allah. There's no time for that guy anymore. Now we should make for a young lady easy death or just stuff.

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You know, because life is over. This man alayhis salam doesn't lose his hope in making the daughter a young man makes

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at that age, and shows you the kind of, you know, blind hopefulness that you have to have in Allah. When you when he sees this young girl being provided, he's inspired and he says, Yeah, Allah, I'm going to ask you because no one can ask you. No one should turn from you without hope. No one should look at their circumstances and say hello, how's it like going to give me? No, I should just ask. And nikka semirara

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Fernanda told me that he got the file in Nevada as some argue that while he was he was actually in the quarters of money and he saw the food and he started making he started praying. Like he started making salah and in his Salah he asked a lot. This neural nets the other beautiful thing here is that we ask Allah for what we want in our Salah in our side, so nonprofits in our Salah. Why is that important because when you are in your Salah, you are reciting the word of Allah, you are closest to Allah in the moments of Salah. And when you are closest to Allah, that's the time to ask.

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That's something a lot put in human nature, not even not even with a law with all of our relationships. If there's a moment where your boss is being nice as a moment of closeness, maybe that's the time to slip in something about a raise.

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If there's a moment where mom's being extra nice, I'm so proud of you but as far as I know, can we go out and get a burger today?

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That's the time to ask not when she's upset not when you're doing other stuff. But what is there are moments of closest where you can slip a request in even Asya she slipped in there you know, fell down is usually in a bad mood.

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But when he saw masala Salaam and there was a moment of closeness and softness is can we keep him?

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Like if she said can we keep him any other time? What would he have said?

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No, execute the baby like all the other babies.

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But there was a moment of closeness.

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We have to learn that with Allah azzawajal is teaching us something that when there's a moment will enlighten masala when we are when Allah is teaching us when we are in our closest moments to a light inside of our prayer. Also, it's teaching us when you see something amazing in that somebody else has been given. It should inspire you to get close to ally immediately in what should you do? Pray just when you see something awesome. Just make tulika

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just do that. It's a beautiful thing you can bring into your life you see something amazing that somebody else has. Just go make a little pray to Dhaka doesn't matter what time doesn't matter what and in that prayer. When you're in such that just ask Allah just ask. That's that's the inspiration of you know, Zachary alley slamming desire. So he asked a lot because we're gonna learn right now we just learned that right then and there. He was inspired to ask a lot but we don't learn that he started making salah and then he asked a lot. That's coming a little bit later. It's gonna he's gonna unravel what happened. Fernando to Monica then immediately the angels called on him well who

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have caught him while he was standing. You suddenly filming Rob praying in the club. Remember, the holiday has occurred El Mirage

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It's the same element Rob. So he's still he hasn't even left the room yet. He's still with Miriam Sullivan Alia and he's in prayer. And in that prayer, the angels start talking to him. In his Salah, the angel started talking to him. The biblical account says that gibreel started talking to him. How do we reconcile that gibreel and of course in Quran also God spoke to Miriam Ali salam, but it says melodica angels, angels called on him. It actually suggests that Allah sent an entire legion of angels to congratulate the Candiotti Salaam, and then they all addressed him and God is attention. And then the leader spoke.

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Like then the leader meaning God, it sounds spoke. But you know, Jimmy Lee, salaam, we learned that he doesn't travel alone all the time. McClaren, some, I mean, he has a following. He's got a following. So you realize some comes with an entire entourage of angels that descend and so he's just standing in this prayer alone. And angels descend and start calling on him. You suddenly you suddenly feel Macron while he's praying in the in the quarters, and the law you bashira cabuya here that Allah and by the way, this conversation, if we accept the premise, there's two scenarios. One scenario is he left? He went to his own home, he went to his own rehab, he started praying then this

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happened. Other scenario is he's still in the same hobbies Who? Williams laminaria. Now both of them are different. One of them if he's let's just imagine he's still in the same room as Madame de nada. Then this conversations happening not by the tongue, it's happening in his heart while he's in prayer. So what the angels are saying, he's hearing from the ears of his heart. And what he's responding to is responding from the tongue of his heart. Miriam has no idea what's going on. She just sees a man praying, you understand? Or this happens when he leaves. And he's in his own space. And he's praying and all of a sudden the angels interrupt the prayer and he says,

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and he, the conversation begins, and it's actually salty. It's it's heard. I'm personally more inclined to think this happened while he was still there. Allahu Allah, but it seems from the language to me that he's still right there because who nanika right then and there sanada to not follow Monica to you know, you know, or Ivana that is not to his face. Mufasa it's immediate, it's right then and there. And so this conversation is happening. She doesn't even know that her room was visited by angels, giving good news of a child twice. Like, first they bring fruit and food out of season. Now they're going to bring a child to this old man out of season or the Salaam, then they're

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going to bring her a child out of season. You know, this, this is a seminar established in the space that she's in. So anyway, you suddenly filmmaker, and he's making he's praying, connecting to a lot in the middle of anila. How you mushy Luca, by the way, who are called ammonius, hollyfield Maharaj. Rob, you know, no words in Quran or extra.

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Everywhere deserves attention, everywhere, just giving us a message. So when Allah says the angels called him, it would have been enough that Allah says, The angels called him and told him, you're gonna have a son.

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That would have been enough. But Allah says the angels called him while he was standing.

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Standing is an extra detail. You don't even have to have standing, you could say for another two minutes to walk away, usually,

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the angels called him and he was praying.

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But a lot in a prayer is standing prayer is ruku, our prayers sujood of all of those which ones that allow highlight, standing, there's something special about the standing in the prayer that is different from all the other acts, he highlights that particular act. And the thing is, that happens when we go into salute.

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The law is in the law is when you recite or you say what you want. You understand. But when you're standing, do you make draw when you're standing?

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What do you do when you're standing?

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You recite what Allah wants you to recite.

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So the difference is, when you're standing, you are engaged in Allah 's words, when you're in such that you have room to ask for your words. The angels come to him when he was doing what he needs or what allowance of him but allowance

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is a very powerful thing. Piano is a very powerful thing.

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We want to hurry up into such that for you hurry intercessors that gift the time it's time stand in front all mood and nahi carnitine. Allah didn't just say salute, pray, he said stand in front of Allah. Humbly. He didn't just say pray he said, a key masala make the prayer stand

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from e commerce from pm standing. So the standing of the prayer is being highlighted here unusually, while he was standing, reciting the word of Allah. That is when the angel spoke.

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To him, you speak to Allah, and Allah guarantees He will speak to you, he will respond to you faster, Julie, this is the shadow that's been given in these beautiful art. And so as he's standing, connecting with ally in the mirror, and then the filmmaker Rob is important. Phil may have already told you it's important because perhaps it's highlighting he hasn't even left the room. But the other reason it's important is perhaps a lie is teaching us you need to find a place that is alone. That is not disturbing. And there's not other other stuff is not going on, where you can truly stand in front of a lot. Whether it's, you know, two feet in front of you, whether it's some corner in the

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house, but you need to have some kind of method for yourself where you can truly connect with Allah. And I'm using the word Connect deliberately because that's what usually means. Salah is only actually means to connect, not just to pray. So standing, connecting to Allah, in that solitude in that place of solitude, and allow you musharaka here.

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So when they called him they said, Allah is Allah Himself is giving you Congratulations. of Yahuwah in this in these ayat, yeah, in other places insolate Maryam it's a little bit different.

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You know, unless his Allah Congratulation, you're gonna have a boy, hold on. But here he says, Yeah, just go straight to the name as if Allah didn't just tell you, the child, tell you the name of the child, Allah name the child, also. Allah name the child, because you think Congratulations, you're gonna have a boy.

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Right? And in the previous, just just a few moments ago, we learned, the mother said, I'm going to name her Maria. I'm going to name her. It needs me to how Maria is not the case. Here, it's not. I'm going to name him yahia. Allah already named him.

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alerting him by the way. I mean, you know, when a child is born, you say, so what are you going to do?

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Thinking about it? We're going through five or six different names. I've emailed the sub domain for the meanings of them. people email me, names a baby question. meanings of baby names all the time. It's like the most common question I get.

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Can you imagine your child is named by Allah?

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Isn't that something especially from a laws vaults? What word Am I reminding you of mendonca to return a button, isn't it? A lot, especially set not only news of a child, but the name of the child. It's incredible. So he says Allah gives you good news of yahia. Before I go on to the rest of the qualities of Yanni, Sam, just some things about the name yahia that you should know. Take these are from notes from a book called The automatic miracles of the Quran, Allah.

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Kareem is a remarkable author of the book has actually been translated into English, the English is very difficult. But the Arabic is really beautiful. But if you can get a copy of his two volumes, it's all the names in the Quran that are not Arabic, and what they mean. Okay, and how the Quran uses them and how they were used before and the author of it is actually someone who was who studied eight, multiple, multiple languages, eight of them, all of the languages that are found in the Quran that are not Arabic, like ancient, you know, he did research into ancient Rocky, the Babylonian dialect, Greek, you know, Hebrew, Aramaic, and just remarkable, remarkable research. And his name is

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Abdullah Grove. Anyway, this is a summary of his notes on your hair. So I'll read that to you. taken from the Gospel, the Greek name, Jonas, or john has been misconstrued by Christian Hebrew scholars to be derived from the Hebrew name you Hannon. So your handout or johanan

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a name that is Well, that was well known long before john the baptist. So you Handan or johanan was a name that was already popular. That wouldn't be that. We couldn't accept that interpretation that this name comes from there because we learn in the Quran language and the human kaaboo Samia, we have never given this name to anyone before. We have never given provided anybody a name before. Okay.

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In reality, the name you honest is derived from the unprecedented Hebrew name you honey. And Allah says yeah, zecharia and nano bashira cobalamin is smooth. Yeah, yeah. La Jolla home and blue Samia. Yeah, we are congratulating you have a boy His name is Yeah, we haven't given this name on we have never provided anyone that's such a name. This verse confirms the passage in the New Testament. I listened to this what they still have in the New Testament. On the eighth day, they they came to circumcise the child, and they were going to name him Zechariah after his father. So yeah, his name was going to be given what zecharia they were going to name him zecharia just like his dad. But his

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mother said, No, he used to be called john, basically, is going to be called your hair. instead. They said to her, none of your relatives has this name. They literally said nobody has this name. Why would you name him this? Then they began motioning to his father to find out the name he wanted to give him the father being who second

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And we're going to learn the Korea. Listen, I was told don't speak for three days don't speak. There's some parallels of that there's, it's in consistencies with the Bible. But there are some parallels. What does he say? He asks for a writing tablet and wrote his name is john.

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He didn't say it, he wrote it. And then all of them were amazed This is in Luke one in chapter 159 to 63 so when he said that his name is going to be here they were all this is a name we haven't heard before. And he he wrote it he didn't even say it, this is from the biblical account. Your hand is comprised comprised of yo Are you which is short for Yahuwah, which actually occurs in Hebrew

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for God, and this is the the I in the beginning is used or you as you beginning in the beginning is used for Hebrew names like unison, which became Jonathan yonathan, okay. Or you have johanan or use of Joseph so the use occurs in multiple names in Hebrew names. And honey is derived from the Hebrew trilateral ha noon and olive or Yeah, you can say the equivalent of Hassan in Arabic or which is to decline or to stop, to decline or to stop Thus, the name john means he who God has restrained he who God has stopped, or he who God has made abstinent meaning stop from desire stop from having children stop from getting married, stop from pursuing his desires for the opposite gender. The Quranic name

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yahia. In this is the third person masculine singular, you know, yahia is also allowed chose the word yahia for Arabic, the Arabic version. And it's interesting that yahia means to live hyah hyah here, the verb is actually here, okay.

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But it also comes from STTR to be shy, haha.

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And his meaning is someone who won't get married. And in the Arabic sense, it also means the one who lives shyly, the one who lives a modest life so it's actually really beautiful choice of name for Jada Sarah. So that's the Hebrew meaning and the, the Arabic meaning actually miraculously conside or coincide, to be modest, to be chaste, to be timid, to be shy, and thus to be alive. The other interesting thing is he was Shaheed.

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Right? He was murdered. And what does Allah say about those who are murdered, murdered, but

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they're alive.

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So you're going to get good news of a child who will live in the most beautiful way even when he is martyred. He's going to be alive because a Shaheed is hey, you know so it's it's a really beautiful name that captures the legacy of Yeshua de Salaam, before that legacy is even known. So the first description of your hair massage can be Kalamata Minh Allah.

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Allah is congratulating you of yahia, who is going to be sent as a confirmer and confirmer and a verifier. of a word from Allah. He will he will declare a word from Allah is true. Masonic means you look at something, you read a report and say, I verified that this is true. Then you did this leak of it. That's called Masada. I'm the Masada COVID when I verified that this is true. Somebody you know, for example comes in tells me Hey, is this your Facebook profile? Yep, that's me.

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I just verified that it's true. I don't believe you. Okay, here's a voice note. It's me.

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Okay, it's you. Okay, so, when that happens, that's the stick. Allah says he will do to sneak of a word from Allah. So the question became, what is this word from Allah that he's going to do the state club? Is it Torah that he will confirm the actual Torah? Is it in gene that will be given to the Saudi ceram later on in these IOD, we're going to see that Allah will call Isa Hassan himself a word from Allah.

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inside one of his descriptions in the Quran is a word from Allah. Ya Allah Islam is considered the confirmer of resigning from he was to to Lisa a salon was what Abu Bakar was told.

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That's actually the relationship the two of them had, you know, there are some really wild narrations that you know, when she was pregnant with the IKEA his wife was pregnant with the IKEA and Miriam was pregnant with a Sunday salon. That she would actually the Monday would sit together because they were they only three months apart. Okay, there so he's, he's three months older. Yeah, he has three months older than William Santa Maria. So when this happened, and they were both pregnant, sometimes the mother of your hair would say, the baby in my womb is leaning towards your baby.

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Every time we're in proximity, it leans towards your baby like he was already confirming or leaning towards or supporting. You know, he saw the sun even before coming out of the womb this these are some narration suggests panela So, you know for now that'll melodica who are new Sony filmmaker Rob and aloha Yoshi, Luca yahia, Masada combi Kalamata minima, he's going to confirm a word that comes from Allah meaning he's going to confirm a song

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Anam, which is going to give him getting into a lot of trouble. And essentially Islam when he when he's born, he's going to know the entire Torah, even as a baby. And he's going to be calling people out. Even as a young age, he's going to be calling out the corrupt rabbis. He's going to be getting himself in a lot of trouble. He's going to be considered a rebellious troublemaker. You went from Maryam, who everybody loved and respected. Then all of a sudden she got accused of the worst thing. And then her child comes out the worst rebel among the rabbis.

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And he's backing him up. So he's the other troublemaker, all your related.

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You guys are defying defiling the legacy of your father and your uncle zecharia. We respect exactly what is this trouble that you guys are making? And it's interesting, what is it going to say about those people that are going to give them trouble in the hospital Mohali? I mean, what are the people that are in charge behind me? I'm afraid of them. And they're the same people that are giving me Sally Salaam? And yeah, they said, I'm trouble. Right? So Allah says that he will make him someone who confirms the word from Allah. And then you would think that if he's going to do that, then he's going to have an assistant role to really Saturday's around. Right, he just only plays a role where

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he's always, you know, supporting these artists around but Allah says know, he doesn't just have a backup role. He's a leader in his own right was Satan.

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And he's a leader by himself too. He Himself will lead he himself will actually be a role model. People will follow him and take his leadership. Also even suggest that perhaps Rizal Islam would take his suggestion seriously. He would take let him take the lead on some things. So they had a good partnership between each other of prophethood. Okay. So he didn't receive revelation of the rotten engine that the revelation came to Nissan is he's the one supporting him and backing him up. So he's a he's a leader also. And then what Hassan? Hassan is ferule from muffle that sometimes the Pharrell form is used to describe the SMF role, which means hustle means exclusive muscle, the one

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who is left alone, meaning the one who has chased the one who doesn't get married, the one who stays that way. And the difference between left sword and Hassoun is as soon as last him as opposed to being you know, the passive form. What that means is on his own, he decides that he doesn't want to pursue that, not that he has been made incapable of it. If he was made and capable of it, that word would have been maximal.

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Because some people tried to suggest that he was you know, he was castrated and things like that. That's not the case. That would have been Maqsood, this is hustled hustle suggests that he himself did you know decided that he will not and by the way, something about say that I should have mentioned for the engineer, your tomato tomahto Kabila will bust the law to have enough sleep or happiness. I say to the Arabs as someone who the most important missions are handed to someone who doesn't take a small responsibility takes a very big responsibility is called a sacred someone who is responsible for a lot of people someone who takes on a lot of pain so other people can be in

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comfort. These are the qualities of a saying which is why you have the famous thing in Arabic say you do call me Kadima home that the leader of a people is their servant. Right? He bears the brunt of all the difficulties so that people can be at ease. So what Hassan Fatah Yana una de que hace safale yaha alarmingly zaccaria. Beyond the law, whether than a Java 10 legality is called for hubballi mendonca v. Sony, you know, Allah mentions that he is this child is going to be not only not interested in marriage because Allah could have just mentioned that word too, but Massoud actually means his cut off from all other concerns. He's isolated from worldly pursuits. This is

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actually even harsher says this is Allah honoring zecharia Allah His Salaam when he said give me a pure child, a child that is pure meaning pure from other ones also. So I'm giving you a child who is cut off from the desires of this world. And he will exclusively dedicate himself to your legacy, the legacy of carrying the dot and confirming the truth. So this is actually a lot honoring his prophet was like a de la Salaam in the way that he responded to him. Well Hassan and that's not enough you won't just have a child that's pure and a leader and confirming the word of Allah, but also when obion masala hain and a prophet

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among the good when a VM in Asana now the other interesting thing minister leaving the bn is enough, he's a prophet

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and an IBM in a salary when a prophet from among the good people. And what does this mean? It actually means that he asahina here is a reference to the good profits that have always come before him in the general sense of good people, the good community, but Sally hain here is referring to a lot So Jen has given you have the good lineage of profits. Those those upright linear because you know, bluesoleil l, they're all blessed people, but some of them didn't uphold the goodness that was given to them. Allah is giving you a prophet keeping up with the goodness that is given to previous prophets in this line. So your country

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nearing the line of prophecy in your lineage. Now this ayah as I conclude, this ayah has been looked at in two ways this this coming color a be a Nakula Master, how in the world can I possibly have a boy?

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How in the world can I possibly have a boy? Now he doesn't say a child, he says boy, lamb is at least nine years old and Arabic will always at least 910 years old.

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Why does he How does he

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know this boy is gonna get that old? What another person Quran Allah says, I'm giving you good news of a boy, not only will you have a baby, he'll grow up to be a young boy. So and even in his boyhood, he will develop these qualities. So perhaps picking up from the language of the other place in accordance with Miriam, you know, he's responding. But the other important thing is, how am I going to have this child by the way hold on in order means servant. Olam doesn't mean servant in Arabic. It means boy, it has nothing to do with me. Okay. Has nothing to do with that. Okay.

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So you know people in Urdu they name their themselves Salam Rasool and things like that. Right. But that must be the order meaning but not the Arabic meaning. Okay, so

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how in the world am I going to have a boy sounds like he's shocked like, how is this possible? 11 el kebir Juan maratea old ages reached me and my my wife has always been barren. She's She's very noun. She's always been mechanically Marathi occurrence with Miriam. She was from the beginning, even in young age, he couldn't have a child. So this is one way of reading this. But another way of reading it actually, is that this shock that that he, he mentioned, is actually out of joy.

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He made the out to Allah. Give me a good, good child. When a law gives him the child, he didn't say, how's this going to be possible? That would mean that he made the law believing that it's impossible.

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But a prophet doesn't make the law not believing that it's possible. Right? The purpose of the law is that you actually truly believe anything's possible. And

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so a better reading of this is

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how am I going to have a voice? I'm going to have a boy I'm this old My wife is very, we're still gonna have a way. Like,

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there's no how there's a yes. There's an excitement. Oh, my God, how? This is a happy hell not shocked. I don't understand how this works. How? And that's actually the reading of it because he just asked Allah.

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He just he just turned to Allah. Why would he be in disbelief if I was answering the thing that he asked for himself? Probably. We live in Costa Rica. botanika semirara. So anikulapo lacanian Kippur old age has reached me. Even though all ages reached me.

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It's interesting, old age has reached me is different from saying I'm old.

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or shift to I become a chef, I become old.

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But he says old age has reached me. As if old age may reach me, but that doesn't mean that my capabilities are gone. Allah can take the old age that has reached me and put it on hold. And I'm going to be capable. Mahatma Gandhi, Al Qaeda, Al Qaeda, and even though my wife is still barren, this is your blood smear is still buried, as she always has been. It doesn't matter.

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And then the angel confirmed his joy and said cattolica La Jolla parlementaire that is how Allah does what he wants. Right? That is how Allah does what he wants. Notice the word.

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Allah does what he wants.

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A lot what Allah is doing here, Allah is doing here is making an old man capable of having a child a woman that's never been able to conceive, able to conceive at an old age when it's impossible for her anyway. This is what Allah does. This is what I was doing is notice the word yellow is going to change the logo later on. It's not going to be ever I know it's going to be Yes, look when we get there. I'll explain you know, the implications of that. So I'll stop the story here and shallow Tada. And we'll pick up from, you know, the the sign that he asked a lot for, and what Eliza was asked of him and how he carried out that sign, and we'll go from there. We'll go to the birth of

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