Ramadan 2023 Appeal
Allah Heard Her But What About Me
Channel: Omar Suleiman
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Allah is in full capacity to hear you and answer you. Just call upon him and he’ll answer. If you’ve been oppressed there’s no veil between your duas and Allah.
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Nada hamdulillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam O Allah Rasool Karim, Allah Allah He Asahi as mine, the brothers and sisters in sha Allah tala at the end of the Jews that we are currently in.
We're going to be listening to the recitation of sort of the majority law, which is the woman who came pleading to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam about her husband. And this is a very, very interesting surah you know, for many reasons, we already covered in Surah Maryam when Allah subhanaw taala says, Victrola hemmati Rob beaker Abba who is a carrier This is a mention of the mercy of your Lord, Lord, to his servants that carry on he has set up a loss of Hannah which Allah chose to say the kurama to rob Baker, this is your Lord instead of Rob Bahu his Lord, to show you that the same Lord and sustainer that answers Zachary rd has salam, and bestows upon him the miracle that he
shakes everything that we've been raised upon. And Subhana Allah in this particular story. There's a very, very beautiful lesson. A woman came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and does anyone know her name?
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Hola. bent, Salah or the Allahu taala and her cola comes to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And she says to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Yasuda Allah. My husband spent my money because he was actually a wealthy woman. And when she got married, her husband used her money. Listen to what else he says. She says he exhausted my youth, meaning he took my best years. We were married and he took my best years. And my wound gave birth to his children, but somehow to law now all of a sudden, what does he say? He pronounces upon her the hub, which is an impermissible form of divorce. It's a very disrespectful, disregarding, and technically complicated form of divorce. But
somehow look at the nature of her complaint to the Prophet salallahu. It was on the auto civil law. I stood by him for all of these years. He took my best years, I gave him his children. And then all of a sudden now we have the hard was to say to your wife, you are to me, like the back of my mother. I know that sounds funny. But if you said to someone, you are to me, like my mother. What that means is I'm not going to treat you like a wife anymore. But you will live in a suspended state of divorce, you won't be given the rights of the wife normal, you have the closure of a woman who's divorced you're going to live in this strange situation, this dilemma of yours until I decide
otherwise. And that's something that existed before Islam. And this woman came complaining to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam about her husband. And Allah Subhana Allah to Allah revealed, but semi Allahu Allah Allah t to G De Luca fees o g, her water Stacie, Allah, Allah has heard the one who came to you complaining about her husband, but who is she really complaining to?
Allah, she came pleading to you telling you about the situation asking for some legal help, you know, asking the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to legally break this this strange form of divorce that existed to solve her dilemma for her. But her Chautauqua, her complaining her grieving her daughter was to Allah subhana wa tada meaning Allah subhanho wa Taala acknowledged that what you heard in this hadith and when she came to you, and she mentioned these few sentences, complaining about the injustice coming from the side of her husband, she was really making dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala for so long and Allah knows, Allah knows what she was complaining about. And Allah heard
her and Subhana Allah, a lot did not reveal a surah to say that Allah heard Hola, bint Fatima
a loss of Hannah hoods Allah says Allah heard her. A lot heard the woman that was pleading which automatically answers the question as the amount of show Can you tell him a whole lot to address that very beautifully? If Allah heard the complaints of that woman when she came complaining to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam What makes you think that a lot doesn't hear you when you complain directly to him?
What makes you think that you're any different than that woman? Now unlike Hola, hola, but it's not like we're going to have an I have an revealed about our do. The Koran has already been revealed in its entirety. It's done, but the same one who heard her hears you
and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was necessary for the GDL part nine
For the second part, he was necessary for the legal bind that she was in, but not for the aspect of her daughter and her complaints. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam does not need to be amongst us for our ads to be heard by Allah subhanaw taala, and for our pleas to be raised to him, which brings us to a very, very important lesson. Just because no idea is revealed for you doesn't mean that your job is not given just as much as the draft of that woman. You don't have to have a certain role in society. cola did not belong to the Sahaba that we hear about very frequently. You know, this wasn't at Isha, or on selama. It wasn't half saw. It was not on a man. You know, this was not
one of the Sahabi at that you hear about very frequently, this wasn't meant to be Beckett. This wasn't faulty Malzahar this was a woman that other than the story, unless you've deeply studied fit concealer, you probably will never hear her name, but a lot heard her, you don't need to be of a certain level, you did not need to be of a certain level for the profit slice them to prey upon you. So that woman that used to clean the masjid, whose name is irrelevant and whose status in society was very low. But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam noticed her, Allah noticed her so when she was missing when he came to the masjid it his Salatu was Salam. And he asked why. And they said,
they already pray, Jenna's on her the Prophet slicin and felt like she was worth it for him to go and pray on her once again. Just because people don't hear you, just because people don't see you doesn't mean a lot does not see you and a lot does not hear you. And we have to have that firm belief in our job, that he hears our pleas. And just because he doesn't respond to our pleas. The way that we want him to respond to that please, does not mean that he is not in full capacity to do what is in your best interest when you call upon him. It doesn't matter that you're not a companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. It doesn't matter if you're not a famous personality or
a scholar, just call upon him. And do Alma bloom, the director of an oppressed person in particular when someone has transgressed you, there is no hijab, no veil between that and Allah subhanho wa Taala none. All you have to do is say Allah Allah, we ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to make this amongst those whose hearts are tied to Him, who never despair in his mercy, and who never forsake their own supplication. alum amin will slowly learn more silymarin Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallam too soon to Pharaoh Santa Monica.