Jummuah Khutbah 1-2-2015

Omar Suleiman

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The segment discusses the loss of Islam in the US and the lack of recognition from people, as well as the importance of understanding the loss of people in general. The segment also touches on the Heridto-ied culture and its impact on people's comfort with actions, as well as the importance of testing people on the day of judgment and proving their faith in Islam. The segment also touches on the idea of "hasn't been around" and how it can affect one's comfort with actions. The importance of teaching people to read Quran and use their own capacity to make money is emphasized, as well as providing a capacity to benefit people. The transcript also includes references to a book called " hesitation" and a Hayden event.

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come when you have your luck comes you know back home, when the nuclear Allah rasool Allah who forgot the first 1000 or Lima from my bed, we begin by praising Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, declaring his perfection and declaring that none has the right to be worshipped or unconditionally obeyed except for him Subhana Allah to Allah, and we bear witness that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is his final messenger, we ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to send his peace and blessings upon him, his family, his companions, and those that follow until the day of judgment. And we ask Allah to make us amongst them, Allah him I mean, the brothers and sisters, last week we spoke about

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam, and the way that he left the impact that he did so Allah Allah Salam without ever writing an autobiography without ever going to any extremes and praising himself and actually going to lengths to make sure that people would not overpraise him. So Allah Hardy was salam. And we drew lessons from that and also, you know, the lives of the great people like me, my medical him Allah Hanifa Imam Ahmed Imam Shafi, the four Imams great companions, great tambourine

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on so forth that consciously used to make an effort not to be recognized but instead to do things only for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, but Allah Subhana Allah to Allah recognizing that these people as they spoke only to promote Islam as they lived only to promote Islam as they as they worked only for his sake, Subhan Allah Allah, Allah subhanaw taala made them great examples and Allah subhanaw taala put them in a position of glory. Now Allah subhanaw taala he tells us and I just want to continue on that same same subject. He tells us about flitter own and his people. He says come total coalmine Jana tinware Yun was row in warmer calm and Corinne whenever mutton can

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Wolfie have Keihin cada Nico Raj na Tong and a hurryin from Rebecca tally hemos Santa will one candle one Medina las Pattaya tells us how many gardens and how many waterfalls and how many palaces did these people leave behind? How much did they did they establish themselves on this earth? How much did Fidel leave behind how much did caught on leave behind? How much did them wrote leave behind all of these kings that we read about these tyrants that we've read about? You know, How many things did they leave behind? How many things do they build on this earth? But Allah Subhana Allah Allah says just like that, they passed away and we caused another group of people to inherit it and

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on the last panel Tara means when he says inherited here, Allah azza wa jal is not talking about children inheriting ALLAH is talking about the believers taking their palaces and taking all that they had established in this world. And Allah says, summer Becca telling him was summer will, nor the heavens nor the earth shed a tear for these people. No one cared about them when they passed away. No one said anything. If anything, people celebrated as they passed away, people celebrated as they died, but no one felt a void as they left this world. And Allah subhanho wa taala, as he says this, Allah azza wa jal obviously makes this an example for us and even our boss of the low tide.

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And when he was asked the question, he said, Do the heavens or the earth cry for anybody in the first place? You know, this idea of the heavens now we know people cry, when and even you know, the worst person in the world when he leaves, there will be some people that will cry for him. Right? People cry when that person leaves, but the heavens and the earth do they physically actually cry, and even I bustled the alone time. He said that there isn't a person in this world except that his place of sujood his place of prostration. That believer as he passes away, his such the place, I want you to think about this, especially those of you that come here on a daily basis, and you have

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a certain spot that you naturally find yourself in that place will cry for you. When you pass away, your place of such that would actually feel a void. It would miss your head, it would miss your nose, it would miss your face. It would miss you're whispering into the earth saying Subhan Allah, Allah, Glory beat to the Most High and the most high hearing you as you whisper into the Earth, it would miss you and it would cry for you that cannot have a hornet's nest be home as a lost parent that says you wouldn't understand their glorification. Nor would you understand the way that they cry. And there is a gate that is open to the through the habits through which your good deeds ascend

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to Allah subhanho wa taala. And when you pass away, that gate closes and so the heavens would cry for that person as well. And it's a very powerful notion. It's very powerful concept. It's one that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke about in regards to the scholar in regards to someone who benefits others muscle loss why someone says we're in the Anima they are stuck with Allah Who Memphis somehow anti woman, Phil Hetal hate and often that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said that as for the scholar, everyone in the heavens, everyone in the earth, would seek forgiveness for that person. Of course, this was talking about the righteous inhabitants, even the

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fish in the sea, would seek forgiveness for the scholar, when he passes away. Obviously, this is a scholar that would benefit them, right because of the good that he brings to this world. Now sadly, they've been everywhere. Costel, the longtime, who experienced an amazing, you know, incident in his own life, and it shows you the quality of those companions of the messenger SallAllahu it was some that we were speaking about. Sad, there'll be a low tide and who commanded the Muslim army in the famous battle of God, the sea, which was a battle against the Persians and the Persians obviously, were, you know, a strong empire of that time, the dominant empire of that time, and the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam he gave glad tidings to the Muslims, that you would conquer Persia and even Solloway some specified a later on via the White House, beta Kisara, our ally kisana, our White House, the White House of kissel, at the White palace of kislak and the family of Kiss Allah that you would one day bring that back to Islam. And sorry, the cost of the Allah to Allah I know he commanded that army and in that battle, they cross through the tigress River, and when I say they cross through it

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This was one of the killer mounts, one of the miracles that happened with that army was that they didn't have any boats, they didn't have anything to sell. They literally walked through the water with their horses, and they made it out to the other side, trusting no one but Allah subhanaw taala and this is one of the miracles that's established in our Islamic history, that this entire army crosses through this river, not drowning And subhanAllah McDonough and others who were part of that army that day they say that when we got out of the river, we didn't even feel wet. You know, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada truly blessed them on that date. And as they fought the Persians in this fierce

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battle, and the house of Kislov fell, and they entered into this palace, and they saw couches and beds and, and recliners and rugs that they'd never seen before, literally Persian rugs that they'd never seen before jewelry that they'd never seen before. And their eyes fell upon them, not one of them thought to themselves, this is going to look really good in my living room back in Medina.

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Right like I can't wait to give this to my wife. I can't wait to take this home. I can't wait to do this and somehow love the furniture of Kiss Allah was so heavy, that you had to have multiple companions carrying it at the same time. Subhanallah I mean, it was a momentous occasion. And so I don't have the allotted time and the uncle of the Prophet spice and I'm as he saw the the Muslims, and he saw the fact that they were so detached from this world, that it didn't that's not what really appealed to them. They weren't happy and pleased because they now had more money for themselves. They were happy for the sake of Allah subhanho wa taala. He recited those verses that I

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started this whole thing off with talking about Kisara and the family of kisser look at all of these things that they left behind. But when they left this world, what did they leave behind? What legacy did they leave behind? And what did people say about them? And did people care about them and did people feel a void as they left this world or not. And the great scholar of Bill Huston, another Rahim Allah to Allah, he said that, that that aspect of the character of the companions that they passed into that palace and out of that palace glorifying Allah subhana wa Tada, not feeling any attachment to this world, not wanting to take that back with them to their own homes, is a greater

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accomplishment is a greater miracle than than passing through the Tigris River. And in fact, them passing through the river is symbolic of that, that they pass through the ocean of this dunya. And they were not tarnished by it, they weren't wet by it, they came in, they came through it with this idea of using this world to establish their next life and to please Allah subhana, Allah to not having those personal goals to where it's all about themselves. It's all about their own fame. And as you write the history books, are you going to say that I commanded this side of the army? And who was it that got through the door first, and who was it that fought this person first, that was never

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in their, you know, that was never even within their state of mind. You don't even consider those things, who's going to get the glory and numerous times you find with these people, you know, that they would cover their faces, and they would hide that, you know, their heroic, their heroic, you know, the stances that they took in that they would actually hide that from the people and commanders would call and say, who was it that was that was doing this? And who was it that was doing that they wouldn't even come forward because it wasn't for themselves. It was about Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, and they came to this world for a purpose and they left this world for a

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purpose and as a result of that, we seek forgiveness for them. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to be pleased with them, we take you know we take them as an example for us we take these companions I mean, when the name of Abu Bakar Well the last time who was set amongst the believers, what impact does it have within us when the name of of Ahmad or if Manna Ali, or I Isha or Hadith Deja? May Allah be pleased with them all. When those names are set, certain stories come to mind right away, right, certain instances that you remember, of their stances with the Prophet sallallahu it was settlement for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. And that wasn't their intention, but Allah

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subhanaw taala wrote it for them due to their sincerity. Now, how do we bring that back to us? And how do we consider this in our own present circumstances? And what does this mean for us? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that when any person leaves this world in Malmo study him almost 100 Min. He said that either he is relieved from this world, or the world is relieved from him. Every person as he departs from this world, either the world in whatever capacity is relieved from that person, or that person is relieved from the world. And the very beautiful words of an Imam Muhammad Rahim Allah to Allah. He said, When you entered into this world, everyone around

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you was laughing and joy, and you were the only one that was crying. You know as you enter into this world

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As a baby, you're the only one that's crying, everyone else around you is laughing and happy, and you have no idea why you have no idea what you're doing here. And once you've come to, so he said, leave this world in a way that you're the only one laughing and everybody else is crying. Hello, what a beautiful thought that as you're leaving this world and transitioning into another round that you don't know, ALLAH SubhanA, Allah to Allah causes you to live out of joy, knowing that there's something greater that's waiting for you, and let everyone else cry, because of the goodness that you put forth for them. Because of the benefit that you brought to them. Let it switch whenever you

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pass away from this world, I don't even know I'd be thought about the Allah said something similar. He said, meet people in this world in a way that while you're alive, they can't wait to see you. And when you pass away, they will miss you. You should meet people in that way you should have that whole look, you should have that, that character, whether it's a non Muslim or Muslim, that when you deal with people, you deal with them in a way that they long for your company. Right? You give them that extra Ersan that extra you know that extra sense of excellence and dealing with them, so that they would make their out for you and so that they would remember you and so that they would speak

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well of you, not amongst other people, but when they meet Allah subhanho to add on the day of judgment, because that counts for something as well. All of this that we say about the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam may Allah be pleased with them and everything that we say about Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and everything that we say about those great generations of scholars that came afterwards. All of that is to their skill. All of that is a testimony. Allah Subhana Allah Tada has put us in a certain situation, where we testify for or against each other on the day of judgment. And we find that the prophets lie some in another famous

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narration. Also in the body, you know, a very famous narration that there was a janazah that was passing by and the Sahaba started to say good things about that person. And also last, like Sam said, Watch about wedge or but wedge a bit. It's become mandatory, it's become mandatory, it's become mandatory. And another Janaza passes by in the Sahaba started to mention some of the things that that person used to do the evil things. And the prophets lie, some says was a bit was a bit wedged, but it's become mandatory, it's become mandatory, it's become mandatory. And they asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, why is it that you responded that way? Both times.

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And he said it his slot was set up, that as for the first person, when you testified of their good, you know, for their good qualities when he mentioned their good qualities, Jana became mandatory for that person. Once you have at level Jana, Jana is now mandatory, Allah has made it a right upon himself to enter this person into judgment and ask for the other person. When you mentioned the harm and the abuses once I bet the Hoonah Hellfire became mandatory for that person as well. So there is this idea of people on the day of judgment as the prophet slice and I'm says Antrim Shahadat life, a lot of you are the witnesses have Allah on this earth. There is this idea of people testifying on

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your behalf on the day of judgment. And we ask Allah subhanaw taala that when we leave this world, that there is no one that we've abused that there's no one that we owe in regards to money in regards to their honor and dignity, no one that we've heard no one that has not forgiven us when we leave this world that will that will ruin us or Doom us on the Day of Judgment alone. I mean, because why we lose ourselves in that, can you imagine showing up on the day of judgment, and that's what ruins you. That's what ruins you. That's your arrogance prevented you from seeking forgiveness from someone that you harmed. And when you pass away, they would actually speak against you. Now,

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here's the thing. The discussion of leaving the legacy, in a secular realm is all about having people mentioned, it's all about people saying wonderful things about you. But the discussion from an Islamic perspective is far deeper than that. Because that can also become a form of RIA and showing off we're not trying to get points we're not trying to get eulogies written for us. We're not trying to get people to say mashallah and great things about us. That's not the goal here. And the prophets lie Selim heat says In another Hadith men Sama, Sama, Allah obey women, you Ravi Yura Allah, that whoever makes it a point to have people here have their goodness Allah subhanaw taala

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will make it a point to have people here if they're evil, and whoever makes it a point to have people see their goodness, Allah subhanaw taala will make it a point for people to see their evil. An Imam and Kathy Rahim Allah to Allah he says that's why you find many people fall from glory in their last moments. So Alfreton, that bad ending, in May Allah protect us from a bad ending. That bad ending is where people get exposed. You know, it's shameful and many times you know, you'll see people Subhanallah they've lived their whole lives being praised. And then at the end of their lives, evil things start to come out about right we see it happen with

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Celebrities all the time, don't we, you know, people that are very famous than all of a sudden, everything that they've done their entire lives to build their legacy is crushed Allah subhanho wa Taala exposes people and this is true, not just for celebrities. This is true for us as believers, this is true for us as Muslims within our own smaller circles. But Allah subhanho wa Taala exposes people in their last moments at times, and people that go out of their way to be seen in a certain way, Allah subhanaw taala make sure that they're seen for evil. Sometimes it's an extreme example, sometimes it's a far more minor case. And the man they've been quoted by him Allah to Allah. He

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mentioned something that he witnessed in his own life. He says that, I remember once attending the janazah, of a man that we consider to be a great scholar. And this was a man that used to remind us of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the people would leave his sermons, the people would leave his hope up in tears. But when that man passed away, there was a woman that showed up at his janazah and started to invoke Allah subhanaw taala against him.

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And so we started to inquire, we said, Who is this woman that's cursing him? And we found out that it was actually his wife, his own wife, Subhan Allah was calling upon Allah subhanaw taala to destroy him, was calling upon Allah Subhana Allah to punish Him in the grave and to punish him in hellfire. And commandment katiba Rahim Allah to Allah he says that we were we were shocked. And he said, we went to the masjid that day. And we found that the member that that man used to preach from the pulpit that that men used to preach them was covered in filth, as if Allah subhanaw taala exposes a person Subhanallah that says, you know, this whole time we thought this person was great,

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but he was a monster at home. You know, look how he was treating his wife, look what he was doing to his family. Clearly, he was actually avant. So Allah subhanaw taala exposes people that that go out of their way to show off that go out of their way to have their names mentioned that a certain way to have their, you know, to be famous, whatever it may be, to be to have a great reputation. And to display false piety. Allah will expose that person even if even if it's a person with three or four people that they're showing off to, if it wasn't sincerely for him, Allah subhanaw taala would expose them. And so there's another part of that, that even if a person is not exposed in this

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world, because it wasn't sincerely for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala it will Sula, Maasai salaam he tells us a Hadith from Abu Musa Ashanti, about the Allah Tada ano. And this hadith is honestly it should make your hair stand on your arms and on I mean Subhanallah it's it's a very terrifying Hadith because it reminds us about what the role of the loss is, in this entire talk this entire discourse of building a legacy the role of sincerity, the prophets all along it was so sudden this authentic hadith and Timothy, ma'am in May it's in your mood to fire como Baqi there is no person who passes away. And the people stand and they start to cry for him. And they say why I say you die.

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What a noble person he was, you know, what a great person he was, you know, when people pass away, they all have the same description. He was the kindest person, he was always smiling. He was always this, he was always that, you know, I never had a better friend. And you can if you watch the news every single night, you're gonna hear the same thing when they when they interview the relatives of people that have passed away. It's the same thing every single time. Right? You know, that was the that was the best daughter that you could ever have the best husband that you could ever have the best this the best that it's natural. And that also could become a form of hypocrisy as well, which

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is why the province lies to them forbade us, from eulogizing our debt from giving those types of eulogies in the first place. It could hurt the debt. Right? And the province like Sam said, as people stand up and they start to say, Well, I have it out when I say you that so on so forth, oh, now with Alec, the profit slice I'm sad or something of that sort. was almost like Salam says, What Keila be him Allah can.

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Two angels are appointed for him. And what are these two angels doing the prophets like Selim says, What killaby He mela County? Y'all has Ernie he Hakka Quint. How can

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I how can I aka quant that these two angels are poking him in his grave? As he's listening to the people say all of these great things about him these angels are poking him in the grave and are saying I care coins where you really like that? Are you really what they say about you? Is that really true? It's powerful it's very dangerous Can you imagine because the last thing to be taken from us as replacing our grave is our hearing has also lost life and I'm said you would hear the footsteps the last footsteps to leave your janazah you would hear them you would hear yourself being left alone. But imagine as the people are saying Masha Allah this person was this mashallah this

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person was that mashallah this and you weren't really that person.

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And in your great

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If these angels are poking you, as you're listening to these words and saying, a hacker that point where you really that person that they thought you were, were you really that amazing person? Were you really the best son? Were you really the best daughter? Were you really the greatest father, mother, husband, wife? Is that really you? And that is a form of torment in and of itself. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to protect us, we ask Allah subhanaw taala that, that when that happens, that if that happens, that we're able to say now I'm Yes, we, we hope that we were that person, we hope that we were that person. But legacy is with Allah subhanho wa taala. It's not with the people, it's with

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Allah subhanho wa taala, at the end of the day, you could leave this world completely unknown. But if you are pleasing to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, your legacy is great, your legacy is far greater than the most, you know, the most influential person of our of our last century or so on so forth, you could leave this person unknown to the people as long as you are known to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, at the end of the day, it is a legacy. It is something special. So there's the component of sincerity. And there's the component of benefits. And one of the greatest tricks of shaitan. I know this is going to be quite offensive to some people. But I have to say it because I

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do think it is a serious trick of shape on is that people think legacy on a grand scale. And so for example, a person would say, I'm not a scholar. Now, I'm not a student, when I go overseas one day or when I become an ilm, or when I become this, then I'm going to benefit some people, I'm going to teach some people, I guarantee you, there are people that are amongst us now that may be accepted Islam that don't know how to read.

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And you know how to read Quran perhaps why don't you teach them how to read? Why don't you teach what you know, what it doesn't have to be giving a lecture doesn't have to be giving a class think in your own capacity. And you know what, if you're not even that then what about dat? Or what about Leila Allah, you are Allah, other people don't have la isla de la. Are you doing something about that or not? Right? Some people would say, Well, you know what, right now I don't have much money. When I have a lot of money, then I'll give Allah Subhana Allah to add is not going to ask you about the amounts on the day of judgments that you gave Allah Subhana Allah to Allah will ask you about

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the proportion, use aloo anally he min a Enactus Allah who are female and *a, Allah azza wa jal will ask you where you got your money from how you spent it, it's about your proportion, you don't need to say, one day when I become rich, or if I had a million dollars, I'm gonna be at that fundraiser and I'm gonna pledge half a million, I'm gonna give half my wealth, you don't need to think that way, thinking your own capacity, or when people and somehow this is bringing it down to a very personal level. And I know that when people would say something along the lines of when I have a lot of money, I used to have kids that would say that all the time when I have a lot of money. And

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so I'm gonna buy my parents a nice house. I'm gonna buy my dad a nice car. But as of right now, you're not even willing to run an errand for your parents. You speak you don't even speak kind words to your parents. So what do you mean, when I get rich? I'm gonna take care of you, Dad, I'm going to take care of you, Mom, how about right now with what Allah subhanaw taala gave to you? Or if I was in charge of the messages, I would do this. And I would do that. And I would do this. And I would do that. And I put all these elaborate programs on, you're not even involved in the current programs in the masjid, here, not even coming to Salah. What are you talking about? If you were in charge, then

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you would make this the most amazing Masjid in the country and you would bring this and you would bring that and you would bring this. So in essence, we have to knock the Superman mentality or the super Muslim mentality, that if I had, then I would do instead, I have so I will do Allah Subhana Allah, Allah gave you a capacity, use that capacity because that's what ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada will ask you about on the day of judgments and remove the sentences from your speech that sound like this. Why don't they do this? Why don't we tell them to do this? Why don't you ask them to do this? If I was then I would. Those are sentences that are not spoken by a believer. We ask Allah Subhana

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Allah to Allah, to make us the people that act for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala with what's been given to them and we ask Allah subhanaw taala to make us people that benefit for the sake of Allah and we ask Allah to forgive us for our shortcomings, Allah Allah Ameen. Akula call the hada was stuck with Allah he will accompany Saudi Muslim infrastructure in the who will have for Rahim.

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Wow, that will fulfill the thirst of an inch of a human being a gin up Ah, you're about here, a human, a gin, a beast, a bird, Allah subhanho To Allah will reward him for it on the Day of Judgment Illa Allah, Allah Yama, Yama, there is no person who does any of those things except Allah will reward him accordingly on the Day of Judgment will then bend the law he must he that cometh has a poor thought. I'll ask Scott and whoever builds for Allah subhanaw taala message it that is the size of the bird's nest or even smaller than that, but Allah Who level Bateson surgeon, Allah will build for him a home in paradise. There's no fundraiser today. Allah Subhana Allah Allah has given us here

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in this hadith, a physical prescription of benefiting people and a spiritually there they might say the small well of water is to benefit people for the sake of Allah. Physically, the small bird's nest of a masjid is to benefit them spiritually. Allah subhanho wa Taala would not let that go to waste. We also know the famous Hadith of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that when a person passes away, everything is cut off except for three things A sadaqa jariya, a continuous charity, a charity that continues to reap fruit, or what Adam saw here the ruler, a righteous child, and here the ultimate they say that What does not necessarily mean a child anyone that would make do

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out for you, but the child is most likely to make their art for you. So someone that would make do out for you or anyone you have

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a knowledge that will benefit people again, these are things that would serve as a continuous means of benefiting far after you leave may be detached from glory, but they will build a legacy for you with Allah subhanho wa Taala and finally, a very an even more detailed Hadith and it's an authentic hadith from I will read all of the Allah Tada that's narrated in Saudi had no Murgia the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says in a minute you'll have full movement manana Lee that verily that which will follow a believer from his deeds by a devotee after he passes away, Andaman Allah who were natural well what are them for the hand Taraka who were most have fun while rasa almost didn't

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Adrar who? Oh Salah cotton Raja Han Imani he, if he's healthy, he will hayati you'll help a woman better the MO T the prophets why Selim he gave a lot of categories here. He said that Verily, the rewards that would follow a believer after he passes away from his good deeds or knowledge that he taught and that he spread a lemma when he taught it. And he spread it a right to son that he leaves behind or a righteous daughter that he leaves behind a copy of the Quran that he leaves behind. A Masjid that he built a home that he builds for wayfarers for orphans for for homeless people, a canal that he digs or a charity that he gives during his lifetime fee. So he while he's in good

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health, he gives the charity in his good health. And while he's still alive, the profit slice and I'm sad. Surely those deeds will all reach him after he passes away. These are all things that are within our capability bitten lightly to Allah. Ask Allah subhanho to Allah to enable you to do good ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to guide you to your full potential. Ask Allah subhanaw taala to make you a person that always tries to see avenues of benefiting the people for his sake alone and ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to make you a person that seeks his mentioned rather than the mention of people. We ask Allah subhanaw taala for sincerity and we ask Allah for forgiveness. Allah

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