Jesus in the Quran – Episode 07

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Mini rubbish. Silly Emily. Emily Sania Ollie from the de la salatu salam cuando la la he was a huge pain I'm about once again everyone sort of article to my title Ricardo at the end of Ayah number 45. Allah was telling medium Solomon Allah through the angels some of the attributes of a silent Salaam besides his name, how he's going to be honored in this life and in the next. Additionally, he mentioned a minute ago called Robin and he's going to be the among those that have been brought near and I mentioned that the use of middle makara been in the Quran or al mokara wound and the Quran is associated with physical closeness or closeness to Allah in the highest levels of gender. So for

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example, yes, I am your shadow Yeshua will be held mokara boon yes shadow mokara boon you know salvia Puna cyberport like Alma Cora, bonefish and nuttin name multiple occasions when macabre Bruner mentioned there mentioned in the highest of heavens, there's

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an interesting idea with a macabre boon again with the Saudis in Surah Nisa so Eliza says in 176 Linnea stanky fell Massey who an akuna Abdullah la Hillel, melodica, Tomoko baboon, Manya stancliffe and everybody here we're stuck with Sasha home la Jamie Jamia

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that he Saudi Salam himself, Jesus, the Messiah himself does not shy away from being a servant of Allah, a servant of Allah, nor do the angels that are the closest Alamo collarbone meaning the angels that are highest in rank that are right under the arch of Allah, Allah makabayan even they have no hesitation in declaring themselves, you know, a servant of Allah. Woman Yes, thank if anybody here and whoever would, you know, shy away or find hesitation in being enslaved to Allah while you're stuck with and shows arrogance for sexual whom Allah He Jamie and he will gathered all of them towards him altogether. In this ayah Allah azza wa jal mentions the angels and a nice

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artists that are in the same breath and mentioned also that the angels are very close to Allah, even they aren't shy from declaring themselves the slaves of Allah what will be the parallel between these early Salaam and the angels of course, from a theological Christian point of view, is that the you know, the the lisa lisa lamb is the Son of God and elevated and all of that but the other side of it is their angels physically close to Allah azza wa jal right under the arch and allows a widow would have raised a Saturday Salaam and he's also been physically raised, but him being raised as not making him still doesn't make him anything more than an act of Allah. So that argument is kind

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of in a bit beautiful, subtle way mentioned in sort of Nyssa which again, it picks up from where this leaves off. So some things about HRA slamming here, some more things are in the next era and sort of turn this up

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the pharaoh when he was negotiating, how to work with the Sorcerer's that were that were hired to undermine Musa alayhis salaam. They asked if they can get paid in Atlanta agilon Incandela not only are we going to get paid if we're gonna win this battle against Moses, he said yes, and I will make you close to myself well, in de comida liminal macabre been and this is actually important for the pharaoh because they were becoming popular. And as they were becoming popular, paying them wasn't enough because even if you paid them, then they might still use the money to try to become alternative political leaders to the pharaoh because they're they became so popular that his

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governance governance was actually starting to be shaky. Well, the best thing to do is

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Keep a close eye on them and make them part of the administration instead before they become the opposition. So in knuckle middle, the middle mocha Robin, and you'll be from those that have been brought close. Actually, there's a duality in the ayah the pharaoh isn't just saying, I'll bring you close to me and keep you as my advisors obviously, when somebody comes to him and says, the only way I'm going to serve you is if you pay me that doesn't really qualify as you know what I like you I'm going to keep you really close to myself because I trust you. No, no, no, I'm going to keep a close eye on you. And the way to do that is to keep you really close to me so you think you've been

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promoted? While this is the best way of me keeping surveillance hot new right? So that's that physical closeness is actually what's described with the word macabre been again. So the reason I'm alluding to that is, this was the last attribute. This is described as Lisa Lisa llama Milan mokaba been and he's from those that have been brought close. And it's interesting that the him being brought close, as mentioned after fit dunia will asset RG Hanford dunia well, Sara woman on mo carabin, which does not limited to lunia or Astra it's kind of dunya and afra, both included. And in both cases, in a sense, he's been brought close. In other words, there's a closeness to Allah azza

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wa jal, physically, even in the life of this world as he's been elevated, and then in the era, he's from those that have been brought close to Allah because the ease of the people have the highest levels of heaven. He's the most humble Jana, obviously. So it actually has that duality at the end, that's possibly suggested also, now a level describe again, further, the angels are still talking to somebody who said, I'm an idea about this child that she's going to have. And then she still doesn't understand how this is going to be, you know, how's it her son? And when is this going to happen? Well, you can live on NASA Phil MADI, he's going to talk to people in the cradle. He's going to talk

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to people in my head, I'm going to explain the word matter to you. It's a beautiful word of the Arabic language. And Mohit is the original. That's when you form pure butter or form or froth and mortar to mean an old man, half of his hula team are still the part of the earth or soil that's soft, and even. That's actually called

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muda. What matters sabi? Wilford Madeira, who led you hate hula hoop Leanna Murphy, it's the part of a bed that you put extra like you take the sheet and you fold it and folded and folded until it gets extra soft for a baby to lie on. That's actually what a method is called. A mahad is a place of extra comfort for a child that's been especially prepared so they can relax and be comfortable in it. When they had a cinnamon basato 35 the hump of a camel when it becomes soft. It's actually also called empty head. Will Mandal necessarily Luna our coffee is not a and Mr. Mallya coonawarra wala joughin when something has been made soft and gentle, that it doesn't remain rugged nor dry rough

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around the edges.

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This is this is why when we had a little film I had Marlena Tijuana haha when when closer you know to me Thea when clothes are folded up as I was mentioning, so that it's soft and gentle for a baby. The idea being whenever a baby's held, there's extra cushioning or cradling or they're, they're placed between pillows, and things like that, because babies tend to roll and then fall off the bed. So you have to put like, in a walls on either side, like Leon

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so you have to have to do that for children. So the idea of him being in that gentle care and comfort film mahad Allah is telling her that he's going to speak as a baby. And this is of course in detail described in soilless medium, something that's not found in biblical literature and is exclusive to the Quran. You know, color in the Abdullah dannielle Kitab Jelani nebia jolyn. Mubarak and Mr. Conte. Well, Hannibal Salatu was the Kadima model to be valid validity. Well, lahmacun Giovanna Xia Salama the the speech goes on. I am the servant of Allah, Allah has given me the book, a tiny al Qaeda listen to this attack Al Kitab. Allah has already given me the book. Now he will

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give me he's already given. He's already knowledgeable of the law of Allah meaning Taurat Allah has already taught it to him as a baby, he already knows it. That's just scary. And he's already made me a prophet, which are gonna be you know, prophets, they get older than they become prophets. He says Allah has already made me a prophet.

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While also I need to Salatu was the kind of last, you know, counseled me to do prayer and to give Zakat that I'm going to be reinforcing these things. salonica Why is that important? It was actually important to not only for the Jews to hear, because they had violated those things, but the Christians to hear because they believe purification is through the blood of Jesus. And he says no prayer and purification of wealth. Salah was the car. Like that's how you get purified. You know, you're

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Your monies get purified by the cat and your own cells gets purified by sola mudam. to higher and he says, Allah told me to commanded me to prayer and Zika so long as I'm alive, well, but remember while he that he and he told me to be good to my mother,

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he told me to be good to my mother. Well, one day when we study showed Miriam, I'll share with you, there are passages from the Bible where Jesus is yelling at his mother.

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Okay, he's being disrespectful to his mother, and he's annoyed with his mother. As a baby, he already says, Allah has already counseled me to be good to my mother, that's not going to change, meaning he's always defending against the claims that have been made about the status and which is why the mechanics of pneumonia called hakala de antoran, occurs in Somalia, this is this is these are the set of Millennium the word of truth. Kahlil Huck also means he is he spoke the truth. And he was the word of truth also means this is the true word about him about which they have doubts. The other interesting subtle thing about his return because we keep alluding to his return

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is there Allah said Allah told me to pray and gives aka so long as I'm alive, madam to haiga Baba can be valid at the end, we go to my mother,

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why not pray zaca good to my mother, so long as I'm alive.

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Right? So long as I'm alive, you would expect that goes at the end. Because as long as I'm alive, I'm going to be good to my mother, but nice has no saliva, so long as I'm alive.

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But not good to my mother, so long as I'm alive. Why it's a subtle way perhaps of saying, I'm going to be making saliva and being counseled to it. Whether I'm here now or I come back, but when I come back, I may not be have the opportunity to what to be good to my mother. That's not so long as I'm alive that wouldn't qualify. That's a separate issue. So there's even subtle kind of, you know, indications neurons language about, you know, his return yet again. So, here we find what you call the Manasa film and he's going to speak to people in the comfort of being a baby and again that speech is insulinoma in very beautiful and shocking one. By the way, the Quran uses the word

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Muhammad, sarcastically also elaborate Selim, he had a terrible place to find the comfort of like the cradle or the the embrace of a mother. A lot of talks about it figuratively, as you know how in many cultures, they say the earth is a mother, right? Mother Earth or Motherland or mother country? Right? sons of the soil and these kinds of expressions. Allah says alumna Gianni la mirada. Right, didn't we make the earth into a cradle the embrace of a mother. Interestingly enough, while Maha Shula who Tomita the mother, you know, this form that the female form is used when describing a disbeliever. What Bakula who is to know karma be Banda t motema. In yujiro, inara II, when Allah

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facilitates and mix comfort and luxury for someone, he calls it them he'd like he softens it, by the way, in Arabic literature, the opening of a book is also called it and he'd like the prelude of the preface is called a term heed Why? Because it softens you into the subject, like it eases you into the subject. That's the point of it. Right? So but in old, you know, in ancient Arabia, they weren't people of books, so they didn't use them heat as preface of a book. That's not what was happening. But what they did use it for, is to create luxury and comfort. So anyway, even as a baby, he's going to be talking to people. In other words, he's not going to miss a moment. He's going to be active

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from the beginning. What kotlin and then there is the next word, gallon, and gallon occurs multiple times I consulted my commute to headquarters to canoe NASA Monday, when I aided you with the rural goddess meaning a lot talking to me Saturday said, I'm telling him when I aided you with gibreel and a Salaam, and you were talking to people in my head, meaning in the cradle in the comfort of the embrace of your mom, or even you know, as you light on cushions, and what garland and what's been translated as a mature age. There's interesting literary evidence that gohil is used for an age beyond the 30s. So it's the 40s onwards, that Gohan is used. And some of our alumni have commented

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that Assad insulin was taken away in his 30s. Like the crucifixion event is in his 30s. And the word God in Arabic is used for someone who is in their 40s or that's the surpass their 30s. So, Allahu Allah, Allah, if that's the reference to his return yet again. There are other things that are highlighted in this passage that I see I haven't read them anywhere else, but they are my own observations. I'll share them with you when I get there. So let's talk a little bit about God Neptune. kahal matana

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plants that are common are plants that are actually fully matured, that reach their full full maturity. We'll call the tala tomato Lu avara, nuru when you know so

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thing becomes complete as long as a tree got as long as it could possibly get. Or a lab got as brilliant as it could possibly get meaning it reached full maturity that's called Actaeon. What the hell am man up to her? A garden is, you know, described as having a pile when it's it's plants have been widespread and it's really reached the the, the kind of growth that the farmer was expecting it to reach. Well kahilu lil forests Martha I mean Furyk FET kata Fein illa mostafavi, the the horse, you know, there is a certain age, they don't put a saddle on the horse, because it's not strong enough. So they check behind between the shoulders, if you can bear the burden, and they put the

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saddle bow on the front of that neck portion, the back of the neck portion where the major load is dropped. And that's actually called the guardian of the the horse, the head of the horse, meaning it's strong enough to bear now the saddle and ride meaning it's reached a mature age where it can be put to maximum work, right, that's when we get to that point again. We're mcminn. macadam, EcoBoost, is solid, that's what that means. Well inside and kehilla, insaan, Nabina catifa, he will will most cylinder lock the soul. And also for for people depart between our shoulder blades here that connects the spine to the shoulders. That portion is also called that right in the middle is also

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called the kind of people and it's actually where you can carry the most weight. So you know, those of you that are into working out when you do squats, you put your weight on the barbell on your

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right. So and that's, you know, people can squat more than they can do anything else. Right, their back is involved, their legs are involved, the entire energy of a human being is involved. And that's it's it's centered on the guy. So it's when someone exerts their maximum energy that they could have all the potential stored energy has been used, which is why, you know, Hassan Hassan Jebel in his margem allistic thought he actually says about this word, he says, bluehill hi axotomy de Vaca t be Hiroshima hora Takata he number one, he says for someone or something to reach the maximum energy or strength that they could possibly have a majority they could possibly have, and to

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release the stored capacity that they had to actually exercise the energy that was stored all along, and now to actually to release it entirely. And so this is why vaca Hill will force you muscle upside of default, ie that the horse, you know that Gohan when it's settled is as high as it's going to get. That's when that's its maximum.

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And so he uses words like bee fly Takata musta, Xena, also the effect of power that has been stored all along, released, unleashed strengthen leads. Now this is important because of course he sends at the end, unless the Java Salatin and mamarazzi mentioned this, but I should mention this, those who have passed their 30s those who pass beyond their 30s well Wakata, who has Shea blue, and the gray hair has now started to show they will slowly just mihaela Santa's movie he wanted that he Hina event. So the body has reached full maturity. This is what why, you know, people considered the age of 40 kind of the age of maturity in the in the Arab lands. And of course in the Quran, also in a in

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a physical maturity sense. And also in a mental maturity sense. hodeida Bella barbarina Santa Clara biagini when a person reaches 40 age at the age of 40, then he says Oh Allah empower me. Allah give me give me the capability like he's, in a sense in the Arabic cultural sense. He's reached maximum capability. And now he's asking Allah give me maximum spiritual capability. And so he said, both of those things coincide at the age of 40. It's interesting, this discussion about the age of 40. Because we think of youth in the 20s. And we think of old age in the 40s. Now, right and in Koran, it's you're just getting started when you're 40. Right, the heaviest burden, I'm just saying that

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because I'm turning 40 this year so

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So, but uh, the Salah came at 40 the heaviest burdens given to human beings, were given at the age of 40. Right, so we have to, this is the the gist of the body that Allah gave us, is a gift from Allah azza wa jal, and he will ask us about it. And taking care of it is actually an Amana. And you know, what? He just said, The gallica haka, your body has rights over you. When the law says similar to salomaa. In the name, you'll be questioned about the blessings, the gifts that you were given. That includes our own physical bodies, I don't own these hands. I don't own these legs. I don't own this neck. I don't own this nose or eyes or whatever. I'll be asked about them, not just in the way

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that I use them. But whether or not I took care of them. Even taking care of them. This is part of our Amana to Allah. We don't believe when we say unadilla he when La La Jiang we belong to a line to him. We're going to return that

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Then we've acknowledged that this, this, you know, machine that we are renting for free, right is actually not ours, and it belongs to someone else. And he's trusted us with it. And so long as he's trusted us with it, we have to take care of it. And so I mean, this is something that we should really think about when I travel. I've traveled different parts of the world. The hardest places to find healthy food is the Muslim world.

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The hardest place to take care of yourself physically is when we're among

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the village is different story, you eat healthy food, you eat PRP for their own, you go to the cities and things like that.

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It was difficult thing. I suppose difficult thing. It was even crazier.

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I mean, I travel a lot. So you know, you go to go somewhere, stay in a hotel. And you say, you know, where's the gym? It's on the third floor, whatever. Okay, so you can go exercise a little bit. When you go to the Muslim world, you know, what? policy everywhere? Oh, the gym closes at 8pm?

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When does it open? 10am?

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To make sure no one uses it.

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What's your problem?

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We'll make special accommodation for you. We'll open it for you. Thank you. Thank you, I was gonna break in anyway. But yes.

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So But anyway, just on a side note, it is actually the the peak of one strength, not the time where they start thinking, you know, my days of strength are gone. It's actually maturity physically and also

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in the in the mental sense. Now,

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she responds. And she says, and all of this has been told to her, he's going to speak to people in the cradle, he's going to speak to people in mature age, again, that mature age might be a reference to his return. There's another subtle implication, we won't get through the you know, the all of the rest of the next ayah. But I did want to, I didn't even finish this is actually what we call UNICEF in Matthew Akala, one wamena Sally hain, and he's among good people, woman of Florida.

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And interestingly, it's Scotland woman assadi hain.

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Which is interesting. one dimension of that parallels Yeah, he is now he was also an IBM in Australia, him. And he's also Minnesota in so there's actually an echo of the same wording, right. So here are the syllables on the same side as Ricciardi. Solomon is siding with the good people, I told you about the internal conflict that was going to take place within the Israelites, and they're going to be aminata. If our if our Quran says a group will believe a group of disbelief, that's going to happen, he's going to be on the right side of things.

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But the other interesting thing is

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everything that's been mentioned, and I'll list them for you. He's a word from Allah, that suggests that he's a miracle. He's going to speak to people as a baby that suggests that he's a miracle.

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He's going to be sent as he is going to tell it to turn the shape of clay shape of a bird blow into it by lust, permission, for unfulfilled, he played and it's going to turn into a bird that suggests a clear miracle from Allah will obey it will act Mahabharata is coming later on. I'm going to heal the leper, meaning the terminally ill, and the blind and the terminally ill, I'm going to cure them by a less permission, I'll give the dead life or heal motor, I'll bring the dead back to life by less permission, but in the law, what will not be can be miraculous, I'll tell you what you're going to eat, not what you ate. Like if somebody comes smelling like pizza, or like, hold on pizza? How

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did you know no matter kulu namakkal tomato calm what you're gonna eat? Like, I'm going to tell you what you're going to eat. And they're like, we'll see. Let's see what the wife cooked. And you go back home, and how do you know, and he'll tell like groups of people, this is what you're going to eat, this is what you're going to eat, this is what you're going to eat matakohe what matters.

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And I'll also tell you what you have buried in your homes at the heart is actually you know, back in the day, people didn't have safety safety deposit boxes. So if they had important valuable items, they will dig a hole in the ground somewhere. And they will bury it. And that's where they keep that's their security box. He says I will tell you what you're going to eat. And I also tell you what you have stored in your homes. What you have buried the secrets buried in your homes, I will tell you those miracle again, multiple miracles right? Magic can be it can become I've come to you with so many these these miracles. Now.

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All of these are miraculous, except one.

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Which is I mean, I'm going to speak to people as Allah says he'll speak to people as a baby. That's pretty miraculous. he'll speak to people at the age of 40.

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Everybody does.

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Parental special.

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Everything else is pretty special. Do you notice everything else is divine intervention that can't be done without

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Divine intervention. And the only one thing that doesn't seem like it's like some incredible thing, whoa, he's 40. And he's talking to people.

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That's when you can luminous talent. You know?

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How in the world is that America? Well, the only way you can think of that, as consistent with the rest of the passage is if you would think of cannon as something miraculous also. And the only way you can think of cannon is miraculous, is if his 40 was like 1000s of years after he was 39.

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You see what I'm saying? So he'd have to have been like, that's the only way you can consistently say everything mentioned here is a miracle from Allah. Otherwise, everything else is a miracle. But just as a regular thing, he's just, yeah, he talked to people he's 40.

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That doesn't need to be said like, as a matter of fact, you could say He will speak to people even in the cradle, and you don't have to say anymore because the fact that you'll speak to people later on is obvious. There's no need to be no need for that to even be said, But Allah does not speak extra law does not say, what doesn't need to be said, everything has a purpose. So even from the point of view of the purposeless pneus of speech, this this purposefulness of speech from that point of view also kotlin seems to suggest a miraculous return and him speaking the other interesting thing is Allah did not hear

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as opposed to you know nebia masala when you notice before when they'll be in a BM in a salad in a messenger among good prophet among good people, that was a description of who yeah it's really interesting that Allah did not use the same description for this is not the right after each other and masala hain is used. And if masala Han is used, you would expect why not use the whole phrase? Which what phrase? IBM No, sorry? No, let's skip the word nebby. He skipped the word NaVi. And later on in the passage, he will say what a sulan 11 is right is a messenger to Benny 13. Not a messenger among good people, but a messenger to Bernice why that's important. See, for yada yada is the only

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people who will ever be in contact with his buddies, right?

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And so it doesn't have to be said that he's a messenger to be nice ladies among good people, everybody knows good people among who are nice, right? If you say about a certain, a certain a prophet among good people, if you say that, is it, isn't it the case that he's coming back and when he comes back, he's, then he wouldn't be a prophet among? First of all, he wouldn't be a prophet at the time.

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And second of all, he wouldn't just be among.

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But he's fine.

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So what does Allah do? alette restricts his role as a messenger to being a messenger to Bernie smash him.

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But if you go back to the ayah, when he speaks at an older age, at the age of 40, what does Allah say? Well, Caitlyn womanist hallahan

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at an older age, the mature age and he's just among the righteous, not a prophet among the righteous, just among the righteous. You see that which protects him from being construed as a messenger when he comes back because the the final messenger is who will sue the law. So the law

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so now he's actually not considered among, you know, he, there are four ranks. There's been a syndicate in a Shahada a funny thing, okay. He's no longer to be

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a cynic has to be in the presence of a prophet. He's no longer Sunday and Sunday. It is also someone who you can say in modern language converts. That's also Sunday, and who accepts the truth. He's not acidic, because he's not accepting and he already knows that.

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A Shaheed would mean he's martyred, but we know he won't be martyred.

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The only rank left is what will mean a Sunday.

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So you can eliminate suffering Madiba can mean a solid thing. So it's a really subtle and brief and concise way of describing the return of the silence and from the correns point of view, the fact that he will be among the righteous now, this on the side takes us to a an honor given to the SU de la sala, Mahara. Lisa, a long time ago, I taught a course called honoring the messenger sallallahu sallam. And you know, when people love our messenger, salallahu alaihe salam, then they make Nasheed about him and we send Salawat upon him and all of this stuff and I wanted to dedicate a course just to how does the Quran, honor Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And there are so many ways in

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which our messenger has been honored in the Quran. There are incredible ways I like literally broken into chapters, and did this whole day long thing about how does the Quran honor the messenger, Allah santosa.

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But one particular thing

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is that there was one gift that Allah had given to all messengers.

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All major also that the next one would come

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and confirm the last one was also a messenger

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like they would you know they will do to speak of one another. Okay messengers would be doing the sneak of one another. Our messenger is the last messenger Salallahu alaihe salam

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which obviously means nobody else is coming to confirm that he is in fact the Messenger of Allah

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and align his grand scheme did not even skip that honor which otherwise would be impossible for our messenger Allah Sato salam, and retardation comes back as a solid and says yes, that is a messenger of Allah.

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it's just mind boggling how Allah azza wa jal does not skip any of the like the these Medals of Honor that are given to our messenger I subtle some, including history sneak by another former messenger you know, Allah and he comes from the past into the future and says, yep, that was the Messenger of Allah.

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Just this remarkable. Okay, so will you call the moon NASA filma de Vaca homina Saleh and also the word Nasir has been wider implications. He'll talk to people now. But he'll actually talk to a lot more than just him. Right? And he's gonna be it's gonna have broader implications. And when he comes back and he speaks also kendama you know, tequila, Miranda's

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Elena's or kalamunda, there's a difference. The kendama means to talk and to talk to someone they're talking to you, you're talking to them. That's what kinda means kendama actually means the one who initiates the conversation.

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When customers use the allameh form, the final form is used the one who initiates the conversation, these are the same as the one initiating power. He's only speaking when spoken to he's initiating. As a matter of fact, that's what he did since birth. He wasn't asked to speak okay for you can the moment kind of embody sabia? How's he going to speak the cradle? And he said, Oh, yeah. And then he spoke.

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And then he spoke out so he's been doing that since mad and then gallant woman assaulted him. And he is among and he's among the righteous garlotte she responds or be Anika Cooney, Willard, my master, don't compare this yet. This is deliberate, echoing of the words of the courier Elisa, Robbie anikulapo gulaman. He said,

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Master, how am I going to have a boy remember? How am I going? Oh, he didn't say it in a matter of shock or disbelief. He said it. Oh my god, how? In a happy way. And he said, Boy,

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he said, boy, boy is different from wallet. Nowadays, well, it is more like nowadays if my kids were messing around say

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that one of his boys, but when it actually comes from will other will other means newborn?

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How will I have even a baby? How in the world will I have a baby now see Zakaria on the histogram should not be shocked that he will have a boy of the age of 10. He shouldn't be shocked at fact that he'll even have a baby.

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But he's not he just says a boy really a boy, he's gonna get to that age where he can do all this stuff. In other words, it's not actually shock. Or it's shark in the in a positive sense.

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millenniums allamani has been told that this son of hers that is going to come is going to reach not just you know, you know, the age of being a hula. He's going to have gotten

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right, he's going to get into the his 40s.

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But she's still stuck on Wait, did you say baby?

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So she's using the word? Well, and I hope you appreciate that she's using not the word vuillaume but the word wallet.

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Or even even he's using the word wallet. Why? Because just that whole thing about how am I going to be giving birth is the part that she's stuck on. And she's actually in shock. And she's worried because this is something that is worrisome. Obviously it has implications and she recognizes those implications immediately. willemijn says nimba shall no man has touched me. Bashar interestingly enough comes from Bishop which means skin.

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You know, no skin has ever touched me also and in a very subtle literary way. I've never had any contact well let me unsustainable shop. And so no mortal being has ever touched me. Or like Aliki. He said that is exactly how you a key at the end to have the Boolean right that key Delica that is how to you but that is how for you meaning very young, a lot we have Luca Masha Allah in fact he creates whatever he wants. Notice with the Korean Peninsula cattolica La Jolla final nyesha

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Nicola Allah, Allah Masha hiromasa canonical canonical Allah who Yes, loco Maya, what's the difference?

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Yeah, he was gonna be born Allah.

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does what he wants. A lot does what he wants. And he said is going to be worn a lot doesn't do what he wants a lot, creates what he wants, because the Christians, some of them will take Allah does what he wants, and then they take the verb to do and make very dirty meanings from it.

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You understand?

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And so there should be no possibility that the word do because an act could be any act.

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An act could be any act. And Allah does not allow that. Allah will not allow be gotten sudden possibilities in the text. What's the word instead of your final? You have local now you can misconstrue it. This is how it creates whatever he wants.

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As opposed to this is how Allah does whatever he wants. Imagine if the ayah here says De La Jolla, I know Maya, somebody with that mindset with that theological background will say See, God says he does what he wants and he did.

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And that's how you have to be gotten some other law Allah protected it even from the way from the time the angels spoke to mediums that that possibility was rejected. This isn't just a clarify that to us today. This is a recording what actually happened that he came in and he knew he like if these words were retained originally, then nobody would have said he saw they said um, is the Begotten Son of God, because the original conversation was this is how not God does what he wants, but this is how God creates what he wants. Yes, loco Masha. So every word here is

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absolutely remarkable. So much of the confusion that's been created around it around him and his birth is just it flies away. Because of the words Allah uses in Aqaba, Omron nema kulula who can fire Kuhn, when he decides a matter, then all he has to say to it, is to be to come into existence,

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meaning to come into existence that you know, there's Ghana, that is

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dumb, and there's Ghana that is noxious. Okay? Now, what does that mean? For those of you that don't know, the Arabic language kinda means was once now you don't ever say he was. Because that's incomplete. He was sleeping, he was tired. He was a teacher,

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like in riddles had taught.

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That by itself doesn't actually have a full meaning. That's the noctus meaning the term meaning is actually to exist.

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can actually means he existed.

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He was actually their reality. And that's why reality around us is called cone existence, the word for existence in Arabic is cone and from it the larger existence things around us the universe, the term became came in at Okay, got you know, things that exist. That's not from the noxious meaning that's from the damn meaning. Now, here's the thing, if you translate this as the the time meaning it means whenever Allah wants a decision to be made, when he has this decree, the decision about Omron for innama, kulula houden. All he has to do is say to it, the only thing he does, it says to it exist

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for your Qunu, then it comes into existence exist and it comes into existence.

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And the other if you look at it from the noxious meaning,

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it actually suggests that everything is incomplete without the word of Allah, you know, in grammar and knakal they say that Canada is the moqtada. And then it has a hover.

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Right? He was and then you say a teacher, he was a person he was whatever.

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In that sense, allows word is the move to that to all things. And we are all just the hub up to that McDonough.

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All of existence is just a predicate of the statement of Allah to be

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to be it's a really beautiful way to like, contemplate what's what what reality is all of reality is a manifestation of the word of Allah. And in that sense, what she is being told us, this is no surprising because all of reality is just the word of Allah. And by the way, this discussion with her started this congratulations to her started with I'm congratulating you have a word from Allah. And it ends with Allah is going to give you the word Allah all you have to do is say a word gone and he comes into existence for your kuno. Interestingly, also,

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for your kulu Some have taken it kind of as a departure kind of an estate now from what is being said here, that it's referring directly to the silence. I don't see it very directly in the text, though. It's referring to

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Generally into whatever decision whatever matter Allah decides, he says to it B and comes into existence. Others have looked at it as B and he still exists meaning I saw a Salaam still exists or he's still around but that's too much of a stretch I feel from the immediate text to look at it that way and shallow tada in the, in the coming sessions, I will be talking to you about the difference between karma and also can you know you see you say either Kabbalah Kabbalah and

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our Amara Imran

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Imran, but he says in Aqaba, amaranta. he combines two meanings that both actually mean decision. You know, a colleague gives a cover and a colleague gives an AMA and they seem to be very similar words together but I love fuse them together in this phrase Eva Amman and thus istrouma tafadzwa when two words come together that are similar, the point is to highlight that they are in fact different each of them bringing their own dimension to the discourse I'll be talking to you about that tomorrow inshallah Allah. But for now, I want to leave you with the following. There's two issues left to share with you for today. Well, you only Mohan Kitab al hikmah Tato, rollin G, and he

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will, he will have taught him or he will teach him the book, wisdom, the wisdom and hikmah what Torah and the Torah, William Jean and the NGO. Now some have looked at this as Aqua Bian meaning Kitab is taught art. And ngl is hikma.

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Let me put it to you in easy English translation, He will teach him the book and the Wisdom That is to say He will teach him the Torah and the MG.

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Book wisdom Torah in G. If you look at it, in that sense, you appreciate something about how Allah refers to Kitab and hikmah. All over the Quran.

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Ibrahim alayhis salam, as the messenger should come, will you Alamo Makita will hikmah that this final messenger will come he should teach them the book and the Wisdom.

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Now, what is booking wisdom refer to obviously, those are easy, self explanatory words. But there are other dimensions to them. One dimension to them is that art is laws.

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And authorities. It's actually a law

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and in jail is the spirit behind those laws. It's actually the connection to a law, the faith in a law the gratitude to Allah the attitude towards Allah that's captured inside the engine or restored by the engine. That's the hikma behind the law. What happens is, you know if you've heard the words before letter of the law, spirit of the law, the law is in a sense, blind. That's why you know, in court systems, they have this lady holding the two things and she's always blindfolded. Because the law is blind, right? Somebody keeps sending me these videos on Facebook of this elderly judge, I think he's in Massachusetts somewhere, is really lenient, right? People come to him and he says, How

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old are you? Okay, just don't do it again. You know, according to the law, if you want to go Judge Judy style, if you want to go to the law, by the law, then you throw the book at them. But sometimes there's a wisdom and going easy on people. Sometimes there's a wisdom in forgiving. Sometimes there's a wisdom in being lenient, right. There are exceptions. So it's what the purpose of the law is to actually protect society. Right. It's to protect society, and how is it's not just what the rule says. It's how the rule is implemented.

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Right? Those are two different things.

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What happens to believer sometimes is they're so concerned about what the rule says. And they're not concerned at all about how its implemented. Right. And that's, those two things together are revelation, meaning the law is GitHub. But without hikma you can't ever actually see the GitHub implemented. A law could have revealed alcohol is forbidden.

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Don't drink wine.

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He made reference to it. The first time he made reference to it, he made reference to it kind of in passing in Medina.

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And then he again made reference to it and says Lata Cabo salata wantem sakara. Tatianna motto,

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don't go near prayer while you're drunk, at least while you're drunk.

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Now, when he says the sin in drinking is greater than the benefit and drinking, anybody who has enough wisdom will say I'm going to stop drinking.

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But someone who doesn't well he didn't really say though, he didn't give like a verdict that it's hot. Um,

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he said this got some benefits to woman athlete really nice. He did say that too. So I'm not going to give it up completely. I see what he's saying. I should cut it down.

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later on. He says okay, don't pray while you're drunk.

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At least when you're drunk until you know what you're saying. Don't be an NBA unabbreviated when you go pray, right.

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So now how many prayers do Muslim

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As a Muslim have five, and they're not that far apart. And if somebody's drunk, how long does it take to get off?

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Take some time. So if you're going to hold on to Salah, your schedule for drinking kind of messed up

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you can't really do it.

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Right because you because if you do, you're gonna end up missing the prayer and prayer is more important. So, practically making it impossible to

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you know, and then later and finally he drops something that is the most shocking he calls it a rage so Menominee Chez Panisse, stanny boo, violent tomato soup tomato, one of the last revelations, imagine of the 23 years he loved the Prophet slicin. And this is year 23.

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Year 23. He says this is an abomination from the work of the devil.

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Are you going to stay away from or what?

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This is evil from the work of the devil? Now there's a difference between the pigs are not the work of the devil.

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You understand? He did not say that a dead animal is from the work of the devil. It's Haram. Blood is not the work of the devil. It's Haram. But it's not the work of the devil.

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This alcohol one of the things is actually an abomination it feels from the work of Shetland.

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The question is, if a law tells me that it's the work of Siobhan, was it the work of shaitaan in year one of the Sierra?

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Or did that just become the work of shaitaan in year 23.

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And four lines describing this as a filth, from the work of shaitaan it's always been that

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it didn't just become that one sort of mighty that was revealed. It's always been that you understand that.

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And even though it's always been rich to me, nomina shape and when did he tell us to completely stay away from it?

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And this, think about this, this is the best of all generations.

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The Sahaba were the best of all generations. These are the people of Scimitar now with a partner we hear and we obey these are the people that are our role models. These are the people that brought about the greatest change on earth

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on earth

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and you know what, before they can change the world they had to change and they couldn't change overnight.

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They need a time and Allah saw that they need 23 years

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and some things are easy to change immediately and some things take some time to change that is not law that is what that's wisdom align his wisdom decided this change will not come overnight.

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Imagine for now some people argue that the IRS about you know the stages of the prohibition of alcohol are all muscle they don't apply anymore. You know, unless it is haram so it's haram

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I would argue if we went to some village somewhere in you know, or some some some town

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that has a brewery in the middle of the United States, and the entire town decided to become Muslim tomorrow.

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Imagine what happened

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if they decided to become Muslim tomorrow. And then they were told by the way you can't drink Hello?

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Absolutely can't drink These are the people that have been drinking their entire life. This slips I'm into kids. A boy go hand me a beer. That kid brings a beer from the fridge Okay, have a sip.

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This is their life. And we tell them overnight.

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Stop drinking

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because if you're Muslim you can't

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tell me

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what is the eyeshadows lohana say if the first thing that we were told was to stop drinking what would we have said will lie he'll and Nitro camera button we swear to god we will never leave alcohol ever.

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This is the words of I shall have the lawn. If the weatherman

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had the first thing Ben don't drink

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we would have said never forget it. We're not leaving it. You know what this Islam thing I you know people come to you and say you know, Islam, I like it. But this pork thing, man, I gotta have my pork chops.

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Well, congratulations, eat dad and put fire in your belly. You're going to hell. It's not wisdom.

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That isn't wisdom. Allah revealed in stages to the best generation in stages. How is it that we ignore that and say now the religion is only about Kitab

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it's Think about this.

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Xena has always been haraam

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Zilla was never

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It's something that every prophet talked about. Every book has taught.

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Medina was full of Xena.

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When the Prophet move there, so it was full of Xena.

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As a matter of fact, so to do this, I had to deal with it. So to know how to deal with it, how they came to the provinces and said, I like this girl, I want to marry her. Okay. So like, Is it okay, if I can marry her? Yeah, why? why shouldn't you be able to marry? Well, she's a prostitute. Is that okay? Is it a professional? Okay.

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So okay, for the Sahaba didn't even think this would be an issue.

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Because they come from a background and crazy culture where this wasn't a problem.

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And actually, I had to be revealed that you can't do that

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as you can. But until then, nothing had been said. Until then, nothing had been said, the early laws of a young man and a young woman having committed, you know, Zina,

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what did Allah say? You said about them? For you know, if they have committed when will the Vania tianni have been gone for aluma if two of them have committed among you, cause them pain.

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And I gave about what a few weeks ago caused them pain. What did that mean? What does the Sava think caused them pain means that when our boss says yell at them real good.

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Another Sahabi says Alice diyar, a good scolding. How could you Shame on you? Don't ever do that again?

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Another said no, no, this means physical pain. Okay, what physical pain, let's take a stick and hit the bottom of their foot.

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When we think of cause them pain, what do we think of

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throw them off a cliff man.

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cause them pain.

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The point was, and by the way, those were the people that have done it in public.

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If they did something like that in public,

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because if the faster she do Allah hinda arvato minco seek for witnesses against the four witnesses because at least four people saw you doing this nonsense. That means you're in public somewhere.

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It's impossible for people to see that unless it's out in the open. And so Allah says about them, you know, give him a good yelling. And then after that, what should you do? I think after you yell at them, we should probably, you know, execute them publicly.

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What does he say for Indaba was like half an hour to do and if they both make Toba if they both fix themselves up, leave them alone.

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Quran says leave them alone or find another man. So we don't apply that rule anymore as the general law of Islam. But does it have a place?

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Is there circumstances that occur? Are there are there are there is there a new generation of Muslims that is as unaware of Islam as the first generation of Muslims who was unaware of Islam?

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And if we try to drop on them?

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We're gonna lose the deen altogether.

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Like altogether, there's a way to implementing that's not just an Kitab but it's also an hikmah.

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A Salah Sam was given that they had the Kitab the Mona Lisa in they had to get out they have to rot. But they had removed all dimension of what hikma from it. And ngl came in in January, Sally said, I'm just constantly reminding them of the Hickman, behind the cutout. What does the Quran do? Now what is a serious student of Quran will know the Quran even the laws of the Quran are not the same as a book of fear.

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They're not

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in a book of book you'll find this is watching this is fine. This is Hello. This is Ron, this is mcru. Done, finished.

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In Quran, Allah will give the Kitab the law. Then he'll say this is the hikma and he says don't lose sight of the hikma here's the login, don't lose sight of the Hikmah I'll give you one quick example of that.

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One of the most common questions that are asked are about you know husband and wife have an argument and then the husband says I divorce you are divorced You are the worse you are the worse your Divorce, Divorce, Divorce You are the worse you you want three, I'll give you 33.

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And then he calls the woman says I was mad. I said it three times. But actually no I said 33 times but it still counts as one right?

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It's not that much. Because Quran says that you can have it twice that you can take back the third time you can't take back.

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What does the law say about this sort of thing.

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He didn't just give the law.

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He said well that's why it was well to make a mockery of Allah Zayat.

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To make a joke out of this is serious.

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Well my Allah Allah communicate Allah Hekmatyar, who can be and whatever Allah is revealing to you of the book and the Wisdom woman's Allah Allah Camila kitabi well Hekmati.

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Couldn't be less doing that to counsel you to advise you.

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What what De La La La Jolla, Alamo? mafia

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foof. Be cautious of Allah, Allah knows what you've got going on going on inside You be careful about him, be on guard,

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be on guard, be on guard Be on guard and within an IRA multiple times. Why? Because Allah knew in his wisdom, this is something people will not be on their guard

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unless they read Quran.

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Now we don't we take the rule from the Quran, and we tell people three times is the one everybody knows the three time rule. Does anybody know the actual word of Allah? And how he talked about it? No.

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If they actually knew the word of a line, how he talked about it, maybe, you know, marriage orientation.

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This is what Allah says about this. This is what he says, just be careful about this

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is not a little bit valuable. There's there's some some some value to the words of Allah and how that impacts how we live our lives. So the word of Allah is full of wisdom, what used to be taught and in Jean, actually together, became cron. Then you go back to the beginning of the salon, you appreciate something. Nasrallah Anakin kitara, will help. Muslim de Colima Vinay de la,

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Angela Taurat villingili. Before he sent a rat energy this time is just this book. That's it. Okay, Tom.

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And he called it alpha Akala T. And again, why because this this book has both of those dimensions, and it's very powerful. So that's one dimension of the spirit behind the law, the ease with which one should implement the law. The the the case by case scenario. This is part of hikma. The other part of hikma, of course, is not losing the purpose behind the law.

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The purpose behind the law there. So that's the hikma Koran teaches that, essentially Islam taught in jail and give you one or two examples of that. And we'll close today's discussion. And that's this follows.

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So we have five pillars. Everybody, every child, those five pillars have been practically there are four acts. One of them is a declaration, but the other are four acts. Right? So there's prayer, there's a God, there's Hajj, there's fasting.

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Allah didn't just give us these four acts, and others but the alauddin just give us these four acts. He for each of them. He told us there's a purpose.

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there's a there's a purpose.

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I'm giving you a car, it can go on the road. But the purpose is you better get to the office. You better make it to campus. That's the purpose of the car. Are there multiple roads you can take? Yeah. But if you understand the purpose of the why your dad gave you the car, you'll go straight where to the college. Allah says I gave you prayer.

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But he didn't just say I gave you prayer. He said prayer has a purpose.

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What happens with us is we keep the prayer

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and we lose the purpose.

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So what for example, a chemist salata basically established a lot, so you can remember me, not just remember me when you're praying. When you're done praying, you'll remember me.

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When you're done praying, you'll remember, remember me.

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He says, For example, about the prayers that don't have an infection, he will make up one of his purposes.

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Prayer will prevent you from doing shameless things.

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From all forms of shamelessness, prayer remains shamelessness is still there and lewdness is specious. vile words are still there. eyes aren't being guarded,

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then hand fascia and all kinds of evil. The guy's running a liquor store, but it's Ramadan. So he says, closed for prayer. Now go

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Can you find a hot annulment? How did it prevent evil? The purpose of prayer is to prevent evil from happening.

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How's it preventing? The guy beats his wife curses his children and that makes the wrong way.

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How's it preventing evil?

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So what happens is Kitab remains hikmah is gone.

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Fasting Allah says Allah conda Sharon,

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purpose of fasting, you become grateful.

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You spent the entire month complaining about how hungry were

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how many days left?

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The fasting is still there. The purpose is gone. The Kitab is there the heck mine is gone. You understand what I'm saying to you.

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For every one of the rituals Allah taught us there was a purpose. The purpose is a kind of a sentiment, an attitude, a character change, a point of view change that actually comes from wisdom. What happened to the newsletter in the capital law. They lost the wisdom. They look like they observed the law on the outside a lot. The halaal has to be the

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This has the ingredients have to be that this this is the time of the prayer This is the if God for the prayer, these are the specifics of all the specifics were there but the reason you do it was gone.

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This is what recently Salaam came to restore. This was his purpose. When you only mahalo Kitab al hikmah tala tala G, by the way, if he only had wisdom, then they'll say he doesn't even know the guitar, he doesn't even understand. And Sharia and the rules, he just says, oh, everything is just, you know, so long as you're grateful. You don't have to pray.

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Because the people become like that, right? When the law is taken advantage of so much. Listen, I know I'm taking over my time. It was like two, three minutes to explain this. But it's an important consequence. What happens when people in the Muslim community and the Jews have the time where the Muslim community so I'm talking about both right now, at the same time, what happens in a Muslim community, when the Spirit goes away, the hikma goes away, and all you have left is the laws. Then the next generation starts seeing man these people pray, but they're so messed up. These people have long beards, but they're so messed up. These ladies wear hijab, but they're the most vile women I've

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ever seen. They see that. And they say, You know what? These people think they're good, just because they memorize the Quran. These people think they're good, just because they look religious. They act religious, they say the religious words that we don't know. This is why they're good. You know what, that's not what being good is good. Being good means being a nice person.

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Being good means being kind. Being good means being nice to your neighbor. I'm all of those things already. I don't need religion to be a good person. I don't need to look like them. Talk like them act like them to be a good person. I have. I have the hikma without the qatal.

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You understand? So what happens then is, as a reaction, they say the Kitab is messed up. Because the people who look like they follow the guitar messed up, it must mean that GitHub and its following messes you up. So don't do that. Just go for the spirit of it. Because fasting makes you grateful. I don't fast, but I'm still pretty grateful.

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That purpose has been achieved.

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You know?

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I mean, I I don't you know, I don't remember a lot through prayer. But I thank God all the time. In my own way. Purpose has been achieved victory. The purpose has been achieved. It was important for a scientist to be said about a Salah Islam, Allah will teach him taught art, which is what the law and the Heckman ninja.

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What happened with the Jews only Kitab

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what happened with the Christians?

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Only hikmah we need to walk

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what happens within the Muslim community?

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forget forget outside inside the Muslim community, there are groups of us all get out.

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As a reaction there are groups among us

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all hikmah and that is a manifestation of our distance from the Quran itself.

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The further we get from Quran, you become either this way, or you become that way. And the only way you can restore that is the word of Allah becoming central again. That's when those two things come together. Again, it's a profound thing that allows that would have captured in that brief phrase and Kitab would hikmah that's a guitar.

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So here we have the Malky taba. What hikmah rotarod Valentin. I'll leave the rest for tomorrow Charlton barakallahu li walakum wa salaamu Alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.