Sahih Al-Bukhari 1-12-2016

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We're talking about how to get easy good deeds so that we can live with a cattle

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Chihuahua Tada if everyone can pay attention now get settled in like

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a human hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah good KatiMorton early also can be used LM to see when cathedra so you can tell me what we talked about last week.

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Who can tell me what we talked about last week?

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If you don't get a single person I quit.

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What did I talk about last week? Islam Hadith. Hari was the only clues I'll give you yes

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converting to Islam

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and Masha Allah, so sister just saved the entire halacha right? So we mentioned a person it was the hadith of a person accepting Islam the Prophet try Salam says that if the person accepts Islam, Allah subhana, Allah will forgive all of their sins. And Allah Subhana Allah Allah would. And then and then the prophets I some started to mention the various ways that Allah subhanaw taala would reward a person

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and we said Islam to him, you know, can Allah the Prophet slice that I'm says that Islam does away with everything that came before, and we mentioned also Hajj, right, Hajj does away with everything that came before. In another narration, the prophets lie. Some says tilba Repentance does away with everything that came before his law, migration does away with everything that came before it. And then we have the lengthy discussion about whether or not a person's good deeds that were done before Islam. So a person takes shahada, they come into Islam. So we know that their sins are wiped out. And then we had the discussion of whether or not their good deeds that were done before Islam would

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count, we concluded that the answer was what?

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Yes, except for a badass, obviously, acts of worship, but general virtues and noble traits, honesty, charity,

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little windy days and things that people did for their parents, and so on so forth, all of that would count on their skill as well. So when we say that a person becomes like a newborn baby, when they become Muslim, they're actually ahead of a newborn baby. All right, they're actually in a very good situation, because not only are they forgiven for all of their sins, but Allah subhanaw taala accounts all of their good deeds that were done before. And of course, we concluded as well, that even for the people that that that die in disbelief that good deeds have benefits for them, in the sense that it would Allah subhanaw taala would give them some goodness in this dunya so we could eat

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some goodness in this world for them. And then the hereafter we said, for example, the punishment of a botnet is lighter is the lightest punishment and hellfire as opposed to the punishment of a Buddha. And may Allah subhanaw taala protect us all from from hellfire and its entirety May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to enter agenda without any form of adoption, or any form of Pesach no form of punishment and no form of accountability alone. I mean, now the prophets lie Selim continued, in this hadith, and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says in the second part of the Hadith, so once a person becomes Muslim, the Prophet slicin M says, Phil has an A to be actually I'm

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30 her ILA severe me at length, was seen to be initially her in and Yatta. Jia was a law one on one one narration, it's in the Medaka format and other ones on it. So basically, a good deed is to be multiplied by 10. Up to 700. And the prophets like Selim says in a sin will count only for what it counts for unless inlandia To jail was Allahu anha. unless Allah Subhana Allah forgives it. So the maximum that a sin can be counted for obviously, is, is one and the maximum that good deed, or at least it appears to be in this hadith would be 700 times. There's another Hadith of Buhari Rahim Allah to Allah says, or he narrates the second Hadith from Abu Huraira or the Allahu Anhu in the

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same chapter, so this is still in the same chapter because it's an identical Hadith. The Prophet slicin M says either Asana or Hadoken Islam, if one of you, improves his or becomes good in his Islam, so we said Hassan Al Islam in Hadith text or according to the Companions, that his Islam became good, not that a person was not doing anything that was overly wicked, so he stayed free from the major sense. He did not have any major theological deviancy, deviancy or any major ideological difference. deviances how Sunni Islam would mean that a person appeared to be a good Muslim, a good practicing Muslim that was doing his basics and so on so forth. And of course, we said the standard

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is son is excellence, which is that a person works solely for the sight of Allah subhanho wa taala. So the prophets lie Selim says either

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is on Islam for Queen who has an 18 year old mother who took terrible level we actually am 30 Her Isla Sudbury made it worth. What could you say a tin Yamaha took Taboola who be mistley Her prophets lie Selim says that if one of you follows his Islam properly, then his good deeds will be rewarded 10 times to 700 times for each good deed and the sin will be recorded as it is okay took the Buddha who the monthly now Hadith are identical and Buhari Rahim Allah to Allah often uses supporting evidence the difference between the two a hadith and the reason why Behati Rahim Allah put them both together is because the first one is when a person enters into Islam. The first Hadith which we

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talked about last week is when a person first takes shahada, meaning Allah subhanaw taala automatically gives them this reward. It's not like they have to get to a point where, where, you know, first their good deeds, there'll be like a trial period when they become Muslim first, their good deeds will only count for one and then eventually it'll count for 10. When a person becomes Muslim, every good deed is multiplied by 10. So he used the first Hadith to show that transition and obviously this hadith to say that this is for everybody that whenever a person accepts Islam, excels in Islam, then he will be held to the standard. Now there are several things to point out here.

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Number one, has an act wipe out say at a good deed by its nature wipes out a sin. The prophets lie Selim says we're at Bear Hasina, a Savior. Some who are Saleya Al Hasan follow the SIA follow the sin up with a persona term who has it will wipe it out? Allah subhanaw taala also says in Al Hassan atta youth hipness, see at the good deeds extinguish your sins. In fact, the prophets Isilon mentioned in times good deeds not only extinguish sins, but they even extinguish the anger of Allah subhanaw taala So the Prophet slicin them says salva Koutou sick, okay, talks we will have about Rob, that when a person gives charity in secret, it extinguishes the anger of Allah Subhana Allah to

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Allah. So good deeds by their nature already wiped out sins they already do away with sins, they are already placed in the place of that sin. However, there is still a condition that a person repents from the sin. So when the prophets like Selim says that if you follow up a sin with a Hasina term, who would wipe it out, what context is the Prophet slicin A mentioning that means if you were doing a sin,

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and then you stopped doing that sin, and instead of doing that sin, you started to do good deeds? Allah subhanaw taala would allow those good deeds to be placed in the place of that sin. In al Hassan atta youth hipness, see art, good deeds, extinguish sins means you committed sins, you saw giveness for them, and then you started to do good deeds. Instead, those good deeds, wipe them out. Why is this an important concept to clarify theologically? Because you can't say that if I keep on insisting upon this group of sins, as long as I keep on doing more good deeds, the good deeds are going to wipe those out. Okay? Because to insist upon a single sin is a major sin, even if it's a

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minor sin, right. So it's the fog is the barrier they're seeking forgiveness is the barrier there. And that's what brings you into the positive balance. If you keep on sinning, then that means by necessity if you're insisting on the same sins over and over again, by necessity, you're showing disregard to the sight of Allah subhanho wa taala. So you have to repent from your sins, there is no way to getting around that you have to seek forgiveness for them and then Hassan not your good deeds will be placed in place of lesson, there's a beautiful statement from all over the whole, probably a lot of time to that effect. Or not, will be a lot of time that Andrew said, if you find yourself

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committing a sin, meaning you committed a sin in a certain location. And then you woke up and you sought forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. Don't leave that setting until you've done a good deed instead. Meaning what, let's say that you were that you were in a gathering and you started to back by and then you woke up and realize that you were backbiting so you said stuff that a lie, you sought forgiveness, you undid the damage or you tried your best to undo the damage, then don't leave that good deed. Don't leave that gathering that data without doing something good instead. So instead of just changing the subject, and let's just talk about something else, talk about something

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good in its place. Or let's say that you were sitting at home and you were on your computer, and you did something that's hung up, and then you set a stop for all you sought forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. Then before you leave that room, listen to some Quran on your computer as well read something that's good. Instead, watch a good YouTube clip or something, right? All right, do something good in the same place that you committed a sin, right so that you can put it in its place don't just seek forgiveness, replace the sin with a good deed. And by by default, the Hassanal the good deeds

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It will automatically wipe off the sense now in this hadith the Prophet slice that I mentioned 10 to 700 right now what is the best good deeds? What are the best has not the best has not as far as we're word is concerned. Alright, so we're not talking about habla Armani in a lot at Walmart. That the best deeds to allow the ones that are consistent, I'm talking about in terms of exit in terms of reward, the best testament are the ones where the best Hassanal are the ones where Allah Subhana Allah to Allah allows it to forgive all of your sense. So for example, mon sama Ramadan, Eman and YT seven, whoever faster Ramadan with faith and holding himself accountable. What's the reward?

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Wolfie and Allah who matter condominium, Allah will forgive him for all of his previous sins. That's the best reward. There is nothing else that the prophets lie some could say that's better than that. Or an accurate pour on whoever eats something. And then he says Alhamdulillah Allah the opera harmony however, what does he mean hidey hole in mini well our own word warfare Allah humatrope At the moment Dombey whoever eats and makes the Euro Alhamdulillah he loves the opera Armani Haha, what does he mean? Why is he holding mini while oppo wah wah fear Allah Who Mata cardamom in them be so the prophets like some sort of forgives all of your sins and there are various Hadith where the

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prophet slice and the mentions a good deed and the Prophet slice and I mentioned that all of your sins are forgiven, or that your sins even if they were because of the battle, even if they were equal to the fall of in the sea, Allah would forgive them all. Those are the best good deeds that exist out there. So if Allah mentioned something in the Quran, or the prophets lysozyme mentioned something in the Sunnah, that includes forgiveness of sins, that's better than if Allah subhanaw taala or the Prophet slicin. I'm saying, Do this and you will get this in return. Right? Because sins are the prevention of a person from getting into paradise sins are What stopped you not a lack

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of good deeds. It's not a lack of HESA not that gets you into hellfire. It's your car that gets you into hellfire. Which is why Allah subhanaw taala every time he mentioned a person entering into paradise, it starts off with Kafala to denote Allah wiping out your sins. So sins you know having sins wiped out is better than having good deeds Do you guys understand this concept or not having sins wiped out is better than good deeds and the greatest good deeds are the ones that cause your sins to be wiped out? Because the prophets like some set for example, were in the soil hold up you've seen the land on camera you've seen we'll have a lesson Prophet slice and I'm says for

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example, that bad character spoils your good deeds the way that vinegar would spoil honey. Right? So if you're if you have some battle, you know, let's say that you prayed the omelet. Alright, mashallah, you briefly I'm going to you come to the masjid. You give Sabha on the 27th night of Ramadan, and the Imam is you know, calling out your name and whatever it is, and, and you know, all these great things are being punished but then you go commit Zina.

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Right, who's better in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala, the one who didn't give sadaqa on the one who gave all that sadaqa and so on, so forth, but committed Zina are the one who didn't commit to the number just came in pre Columbian native or even just pre trician, who's better in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala clearly, by default, of course along those the hearts but by default, the person who just did his basics without committing that sin is in a much higher standing in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala even if he didn't observe later to coder in a bar because he didn't have those sins to be a barrier between him and ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. Now the ultimate Hassan not are

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the ones that mentioned forgiveness of sins as well as a good deed. So for example, Salah the reward of Salah what's the word of prayer?

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The prophets like Selim says that a salatu salam from prayer to prayer what happens

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cafardo Tony Medina Houma right number one, it forgives all of your sins. It forgives all of your sins that are between the two Salawat for example, then you have all of the rewards that are associated with Salah and so on so forth the same thing is true with Ramadan right the same thing is true with Ramadan you have a look at Allahumma to Kudumbam and then be he's been forgiven for all of his sins but don't you have so much more and Ramadan? Right you do. Later Takada will feed Allahu Mata Takata Wymondham be Allah forgives him for all of his previous sins. But is that all you get? No. You get other fish out. Right 1000 months of good deeds, the same thing with Hajj. Right, Allah

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subhanaw taala would return you back to your home the way that your mother gave birth to you but what else do you have? Lisa who Jezza in Lowell Jana, you also have the award of paradise, right? So the best good deeds are the ones where you have forgiveness of

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Since as well as a reward that's associated with it as well. Now let's go to the number 10 to 700 the profit slice and um says 10 to 700. Is there an eye on the Quran that also illustrates this 10 to 700 concept?

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Anyone know? One guy's

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Dalek Allah Hafiz li methylene Latina Yun, Fiona M wialon visa vie de la he cam atherley habit in Ambit at Southern Arizona de la equally some bulletin me to hubba Walla who you are a fully mon Yasha wala was your own ally, Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran the example of those who spend their wealth for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala it's like a seed of grain. I'll make you guys do math because you look too comfortable. It's like a seed of grain. Alright, that has seven spikes. All right, and each spike there are 100 grains. How much is that? 700 Mashallah, all right. It's just in Dali ranch. We everyone said 700 All right. 700. But what is also saying this iron Mala who

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you are a foodie Manisha. But Allah can even go more than that will know who is your own. And even Allah is all encompassing, and all knowledgeable. So it's not like Allah is limiting it to 700. All right, a lot can go way further than 700. But this is the range, the general range between 10 and 700. Now, there's a lot of questions that come with that. And this is a very beautiful topic, really to research. I really enjoyed researching this topic. Number one, the basics. All right, Allah subhanaw taala says about the people of Jana, Josiah and what bigger ALPA and he's had, that it's a reward from Allah subhanaw taala. That is purely a gift. Right? You didn't get to Gentleman by your

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good deeds, but Allah just gave it to you alcohol and he saw that it was a gift from Allah subhanaw taala. He increased, he gave you more than you actually deserved when he entered you into gem. When Allah mentions the people of hellfire design, we felt Allah gives them their exact punishment, their exact punishment. So in the even in the adult, even in the justice of Allah subhanaw taala because on the Day of Judgment, Allah will deal with you in one of two ways. Either he'll deal with you with his mother, or he'll deal with you with his llama. Either he'll deal with you with justice, or he'll deal with you with mercy. Even in his Adam, there's LACMA. Even in his justice, there's mercy, that

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if Allah subhanho wa Taala just gives you the bare minimum on the Day of Judgment, that means that your sin will only be one, there is no such thing as a multiplied sin. All right, in loving this video, Allah will only give you exactly what that sin is worth. As for your good deeds, the minimum that your that your good deed will count for is 10 That's if your good deed didn't have axon and it didn't have any excellence and it didn't have the nonprofit and the voluntary things. That's if your good deed was just making it. Alright, your good deed was just getting by, it will still count for 10 That's the idea of Allah subhanaw taala that's the justice of Allah subhanaw taala but in that

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justice, there's mercy in that justice, there's still mercy and Allah's parents are to ask for the mercy that he would deal with the person it's what Allah subhanaw taala would increase that good deed and Allah subhanaw taala which shrink the sin. Now notice the prophets i Some said the maximum that a sin might count for is its exact nature, meaning Allah subhanaw taala could shrink the sin, he could minimize the sin right or he could completely go to jail was on a last minute it could completely wipe it out. But that's the maximum that Allah subhanaw taala would count it against the person. Now with the good deeds. Let's take the law. For example. Let's take the example of Salah a

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Salah Allah for Allah. Take the mandatory prayers we said a few weeks ago that every slot counts for how much

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ton? All right, every slot counts for 10 By default, because Allah subhanaw taala initially ordered 50 prayers until the prophets lie some asked Allah subhanaw taala to bring it down to five. And Allah Subhana Allah to Allah announced that those five will count for 50 That's the default of Salah. Now let's say that you beautified that salon, let's say that you prayed with Sure, let's say that you you actually tried to understand the words that were being recited let's say that you shed a tear. Let's say that you may do and you're such that let's say that you beautify your prayer with some of the Sunnah. The the the recommended things that aren't necessarily fault, your salon your

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five prayers can count time 700 can count times 100. Now let's say if no claim Rahim Allah, Allah says something very beautiful, because it's a fault because it's a mandatory action. Let's say you try to just get your folds, right.

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But let's say you didn't have any issue at all. You came to your prayer you try

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You're trying to work on yourself. You're trying to have for short, so you fulfilled all of the external requirements. You didn't do it properly. You prayed on time and you prayed properly the way the prophets lie. Some taught us how to pray. But the internal qualities were missing, but you feel bad about it and you were working on that. So am Rahim Allah to Allah, He says, that person, Allah subhanaw taala won't punish them. Alright, so at the very least, Allah won't punish you, because you're trying to fulfill it. If you fulfilled it, it's times 10 If you x if you excelled in it, it's times 100 times 200 times whatever Allah subhanho To Allah wants to make it now how does Allah

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subhanaw taala magnify good deeds there are several there are several things Number one,

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we find what NSM mnemonic will be allowed to add on who says and this is a narration that Josie Rahim Allah mentions that there are the blessed times the blessed times. So for example, what are the days of the year where good deeds are most beloved to Allah subhanaw taala

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mammon, a Yemen, Allah Amano Saudi who for you when I have will Allah men

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there are no days in which good deeds are more beloved to Allah than what the first 10 days of their hijab and a supermodel for the Allah and Josie nurse the NSL, the Allah Allah who said that the default in the 10 days of the hijab is 700 as opposed to

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the minimum and a blessing a time gets moved because on on regular days, it's 10. The default goes to seven EMEA. And anything more than that is more than seven.

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However, anything more than that is 700. You understand how beautiful of a concept that is. But if you're doing good deeds in those 10 days because the prophets like Selim, he didn't say that there is no 10 days in which the Rama of Allah is more in which the Mercy of Allah is more he didn't say there are more there are the thesis that these are 10 days, in which more people are freed from hellfire than any other 10 days because that's another 10 days. What 10 days is that?

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Alaska, Alaska Ramadan, the last two nights in Ramadan, but the prophets like some specified in Bullhead Jaya Alana or slaley houfy hin handle it Allah, good deeds in those 10 days are more beloved to Allah subhanaw taala than any other time of the year. So you're doing just basic things. For example, the minimum that your good deed counts for the minimum your Salah counts for the minimum your saalbach accounts for the minimum year see I'm counselor 700 in those 10 days up until whatever was Panatela once we also find obviously in Ramadan, Rahim Allah hurry, Rahim Allah Allah He said and fasting ad in Ramadan is better than fasting 1000 Other days. What tests we had to film

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upon and to glorify Allah and Ramadan is better than glorifying Him 1000 times in other days, and a single Salaat a single workout and Ramadan Rakhine 20 Ramadan one unit of your prayer in Ramadan is better than 1000 units of prayer performed and other days an Imam was already Rahim Allah to Allah narrates in an authentic narration called a test we had to infuse Ramadan of volume in El foetus, we had to do it. One Subhan Allah and Ramadan is better than 1000 Subhan Allah and Allah Allah so Allah subhanaw taala might do it through the blessed times, Allah will multiply your deeds through your blessed times, Allah might do it just through your Nia, you might have a really, really good

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intention when you do a good deed. And Allah subhana wa recognizes the sincerity and your intention. And Allah increases your good deed in a way that you can imagine why because it's not about the quantity, it's about the

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quality. It's not about the quantity. Allah's contact doesn't need quantity, Allah wants to see quantity quality. So it might be just that you have a pure heart a pure intention. When you do a good deed, even if it's a very small good deed. It might be through a sunnah through the voluntary things that would increase your prayer. So let me give you guys an example of Solana Lavon. is worth 1000 times a Salah outside of Ramadan. And Salam by default. I'm just gonna make you guys keep doing that because it's fun. A salon by default is worth how much by default 10 times so five prayers in Ramadan are worth five prayers a day are worth 50 prayers a day. So 50 prayers a day in Ramadan are

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worth

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50,000 prayers in Oman a day and the prophets lie Selim said Salah in Gemma to pray in Jamar is worth 25 to 27 More times than Salah alone, you go ahead and multiply 50,000 times 25 I'm not gonna make you do that now because I don't know the answer. All right, but it's a lot. Alright, so adding the sooner adding the voluntary things perfecting it so you come in you do your salon Gemma for example in the day of Milan

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You have no idea how awarded your prayer suddenly became so Allah Subhana Allah multiplies it by a wow by quantities that you can't even imagine. Now, some deeds are completely unquantifiable. Some has not, there is no way for the Prophet slice of them to even assign an agile to it, to even assign a particular good deed to it. So for example, and another narration of this very same Hadith the Prophet twice, and I'm says Al Hassan, we actually I'm 31, that one good deed is worth 10 times, itself up to 700. And then Hadith Guzzi for form ALLAH SubhanA. Allah to Allah says, in the soul,

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except for fasting, a soul moly, on

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fasting is for me, and I'll take care of

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like Allah subhanaw taala and so authentic had difficulty with the same words basically, that 10 to 700 but fasting, leave it to Allah Subhana

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Allah says, There is no way I can even quantify, I can I won't even quantify for you the reward of fasting a lost parent does not say fast and you get this many good deeds. Last contest as a song only fasting is mine. Fasting is for me, and I will reward accordingly. Also, for example, last point I says in the Quran, very beautiful Eliza just as feminine alpha from an Alpha was la Angelou and Allah whoever part is she also gave the ultimate this week about Salama to solder, having peace in your heart not holding grudges, right? purifying your heart from holding grudges against people. When as that an MF equally will be him in the middle and even in Jannah. When you get in, there's

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nothing no hard feelings in your heart a lot removes it all. Law says that when a person chooses to forgive whilst law and reconcile, you know, it's one thing to say fine, I forgiven him, but I'll talk to him later. I'm not gonna go approach that person, or I forgiven her, but she can come to me if she wants to talk to me. It's another thing to feel like you've been wronged. But you say you know what, I forgive you. Let's make up. Hey, I'm coming to your house right now. And to give the person a big hug. All right, and you know, and take that person out to eat. Well, I'll slap. That's just sad, right? That's excellent. That's completely unexpected of you. That's completely

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unexpected. It's one thing to forgive. It's another thing to go slow. Go and make peace and say you know what? You know, give me a hug. Let's talk. Let's go out, take them out to eat. Alright, bring them to Tuesday night halacha some of you might be doing that. Right but again, let's bond let's let's recreate these because that's completely unexpected of you. And Allah says for as little who are Allah, your good deeds upon Allah I'll take care of it. You might not know that I am Allah to Allah He narrates because he might Akhmad was known to be extremely forgiving.

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You might remember the Rahim Allah forgave each and every single person that tortured him, they beat him almost to death. He says, I have forgiven all of them had to meet gel to Houthi held. Even the people that are dead that didn't get a chance to seek forgiveness from me. I still forgive them anyway. The people that tortured me and died, not having sought forgiveness for me. I have still forgiven those people. His son, Abdullah said is there you know, why is it that you've chosen to forgive all of them and Imam Ahmed Rahim Allah He said, He narrated that on the Day of Judgment, Allah Subhana Allah to Allah will have everyone on their knees. And Allah Subhana Allah to Allah

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will call out for the people that did what alpha will slap those that forgave and reconciled and Allah will tell them to stand up and Allah subhanaw taala will reward them accordingly. Like they will be made to stand alone on the Day of Judgment because Allah promised them as little Gualala your good deeds are upon Allah wait to see what Allah subhanaw taala will give you. So Allah subhanaw taala out of there some good deeds that aren't even quantified in the Quran and listen.

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So it's not just 10 to 700 It's beyond your imagination. Right? And there are some good deeds finally, that are already mentioned more than 700 All right, some good deeds that are already mentioned more than 700 So for example, Laila to Kadri Hayden, and Al Fisher. Alright, Leila to recover already is better than 1000 months. So that's already more than 700 so later to recover you already know the a lot you already know. The alt you know that the reward of it is already greater than 1000 months. Who can give me a another example they good deed. I'm gonna test you guys. I'm gonna make you guys answer this question. I'm not going to move on. In fact, I'm gonna drink water,

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it's a chance to drink water. Alright, who can give me an example of a particular do a particular slot? I particularly do something a thicket where the reward is more than 700

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This is where I get to just stare at you guys.

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What's the reward of doing it? sallallahu alayhi wa Sha. Allah sends the response to the person who sent Salawat on the Prophet sly sometimes anybody else?

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What's the reward for Subhan? Allah Hamdi you can't just say that they can just hope hope that there's a hadith for I want to hear something that's more than 700

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I'm gonna give you guys a clue.

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The reward for praying and most of the OXA is

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500

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the reward for praying

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and measure the NABI sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and the reward for praying and measure the Haram in Mecca is 100,000 Salah

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you go pray in a huddle in Mecca, your Salah, which is already multiplied from 10, by default, is up to 100,000 Salah so Subhanallah there are some good deeds where Allah subhanaw taala has already prescribed a number that is way greater than 700. Another example well so last Isom says an authentic hadith mandala soup whoever enters into the soup and says La ilaha illallah YW la sharika that will muku Willa Will hemtt Your key will you meet wha hoo ha ha Yoon ly a Moute Beardy il higher Wahoo Allah Cooley che in a day I started very slow so that you can go back and watch the recording in sha Allah and memorize it or read the DUA La la la la y the whole la sharika the whole

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MOLKO loud hunt, you hear you need to Hyuna emote the Eddie Hill Hi, while aqualisa encoded, what's the reward of that?

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Profit profits license that inauthentic model I'm not even making this up. Hadith for here. This isn't some weird Hadith. This isn't authentic hadith the Prophet slicin I'm says Whoever says that there are when he enters into the soup cootie Bella who elf elf Hassan.

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Allah will write for him 1000 times 1000 Good deeds, what's 1000 times 1000? It's a million. I've got news for a lot of millionaires not a force Howard

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is the greatest is 1,001,000 times 1000 1 million has Senate and Allah would erase from him. 1 million psychiat sins and Allah would raise him $1 million debt.

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1 million degrees. Well then Allahu Allah who bakes in from China and Allah would build him a house in paradise Adonijah.

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Keep going, keep go actually, I'm the love normal the law and we used to go to the soup just to say this guy.

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So he used to go to the marketplace. But I'll tell you guys, what if this is your first time hearing the Hadith you like, that's amazing. That's so easy. You're gonna realize in like three weeks that hey, I've been to the mall, and I've been to grocery shopping a few times. I never said that.

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Because it's hard because when you go to the marketplace, you're already set on something your mind is already thinking about what you're going to buy. So that's why if a person thinks of Allah, in the places that the Prophet place and I'm says are the worst places in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala, let us walk the marketplaces. So you still remember ALLAH, even in those places, Allah subhanaw taala gives you t Java, Allah gives you a lot of rewards. So you go to the marketplace to shop for something in this dunya for some inventory in this world. So Allah says, you know, what are the profits? I'm saying, You know what, when you go to the marketplace, instead of thinking about

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your inventory and dunya, why don't you think about your inventory in general. So if you can remember Allah subhanaw taala at that time, that means the inventory you're really pursuing is the inventory of the hereafter. So 1 million has not already again, more than 700. So the point is, Allah subhanaw taala can reward up to whatever Allah Subhana Allah Allah wants, and that's why at tofield, it alarma the slider, the labuhan fee that he went over them to Jabali because the scholars say that if Allah guides you to do a good deed, that in and of itself, is something that you should thank Allah subhanaw taala for that, in and of itself is goodness from Allah subhanaw taala even if

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you don't get extra award for just the fact that Allah gave you tofield Allah gave you the ability to do a good deed, and that is the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala I'll give you guys two more narrations than will and inshallah you must read all the ALLAH and he said, If Allah subhanaw taala wants to enter a person's agenda, what does Allah subhanaw taala do? Because on the Day of Judgment, let's say for example, you did good deeds, but let's say that you did some sins. Let's say you have a really, really sincere good deed that you did. But you also had a lot of sense. So what does Allah subhanaw taala do? What happens? How's that possible, especially if they involve people give you an

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example.

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The man who killed 99 people and then he killed

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200

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And he sought forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. We've already established look the rights of people, they will be established on the Day of Judgment. Right? So that man still has to pay for the 100 lives that he took. But what did the prophets lie some say happens to him at the end?

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Does he go to hell? Or does he go to paradise? He goes to Jana. How does that even work? Or the Zanya? The prostitute that gave water to a thirsty dog, how does she end up in Jannah?

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Despite all the adultery that she's committed for giving water to a dog, how does Allah subhanaw taala make that happen? So for example, the guy that killed 100 people, do those 100 people suddenly have their right taken away from them, just because this guy decided to make Toba and move on to another place. No, Miss ruderal the Allahu taala. And he says, that Allah subhana, Allah to Allah would forgive their sins that don't involve other people. So that's number one. You kept Fetullah Juan Jose artium. So Allah would forgive the sins that don't involve other people. Number two, as for the sins that do involve other people, Allah subhanaw taala would reward those victims would

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give them what they deserve, in full without decreasing from them. So then how does this person get to gender then he said that Allah would take even his smallest good deed. And Allah would increase it a lot until it covers all of those transgressions, and under anti summit agenda. So you got this huge bubble of sins. But Allah saw a sincere repentance from you. Look, you made sincere, Toba. You changed your life that's good for you. But you still

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you still wronged me 10 years ago, I'm happy to hear that you've moved on in your life and so on, so forth. Right? And maybe you didn't maybe I passed away and you didn't get a chance to seek forgiveness from me. Alright, well, I want my hat. Or maybe you passed away somewhere else before you could seek forgiveness from me. So hey, what about my right? I'm glad you changed your life. But that doesn't give me back my $200. Right, good for you, but I still want my reward. So Allah will basically take the good deed his Toba his good deed and increase it to where it can absorb, it can take the hit, without decreasing anything from the people that he owes. That's the Mercy of Allah

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subhanaw taala, that if Allah accepts a good deed from you, that doesn't mean go wrong people and just hope for one of your husband not to work, right. That means if you sought forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala, and you did a good deed sincerely for him and Allah found it worthy enough and found your intention sincere enough, Allah will take care of the rest. Because a lot there is no limit. If it was limited, if the good deed was limited to 700, then you know, too bad. Your sins are too many. But Allah if he's going to enter a person into Jannah by his Lama, Allah will increase that good deed to where it absorbs all of those sins that a person committed, which is why I would

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love to know what the Allahu Taala and who says there were a limit to Angela cobalamin in Iraq I attain, if I knew that Allah subhanho wa Taala accepted from me to recognize that I'm a need to note, I would just wish that Allah would take my life. Because if a lot accepts the good deeds of a single person, if Allah accepts one of your good deeds, at Keller collagen, Allah will enter you into paradise. Out of all the good deeds that you do, Allah just has to accept one. Allah just has to accept one. And so in conclusion, number one, don't play the numbers game with Allah. Don't play the numbers game with Allah. It's not about how many good deeds you do, it's about your sincerity.

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Don't say well, I've done this many good deeds, you know, after Ramadan is over, you know, I think I can afford to go party for a few days. 30 times if I calculate my salah I pray Jamar this many times. This sounds pretty bad. But you know, 10 days to take care of this in 10 days, I got this covered. It doesn't work that way.

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You go through your Ramadan, seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala outside of Ramadan, you do those good deeds, you pray every single time that Allah subhanaw taala accepts it from you. And you just hope that is one of those good deeds is accepted. And you don't purposely go and sin and disobey Allah subhanaw taala because that is belittling the sight of Allah subhanaw taala you're trying, right you do as many good deeds as you can just hope one of them is accepted and inshallah to Allah, you will be good. You don't play the numbers game with Allah subhanaw taala man Hershey of luck, man I read sorted. I read surah cough in Arusha for a reason so beautiful and harsh, dry man a

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bit lazy. Because all you have to do is come to Allah with a pure heart, a pure heart surely would have yielded a pure good deed, at some point that Allah would accept. And that's why we find many of the sellers many of the pious predecessors Allah did not accept from them, for example, or their students would see him and then see them in a dream and Jana, they would say, How did you get to Jana and the person that the atom would say that a lot did not accept anything from me.

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except for these two dark eyes that I prayed in the secret of the night when no one else was seeing me all the data were everything like that all I needed was those two like guys a lot took those two records and a lot entered me into Jana with those we ask Allah subhanaw taala that he puts sincerity in our heart that He forgives us for our shortcomings that Allah multiplies our good deeds by His mercy and that Allah deals with us on the Day of Judgment with his mercy as opposed to His justice Allahumma Amin questions

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gonna start with Yes No no, why do

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we know what

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we may be committing number of miners

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correct.

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The magazines and the good bits. Okay, can we categorize the major sins there are and the major good deeds so the question is during our during our day to day life we make many many mistakes we commit many minor sins and so on so forth. Can we categorize the major sins in the major good deeds? They're really not different because the prophets I said I'm certainly mentioned you know, for example, somebody will be caught. The seven destructive since the major destructive since some of the right amount they said that a major sin

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you know, where the prophets lie, some says lack of your mind is defined when as a leader, malice, Prophets lie some says there is no such thing as a major sin if you seek forgiveness for it. And there is no such thing as a minor sin if you insist upon it, because it's not about the size of the sin. Okay, but only for either our mighty men outside you look at the greatness of the one that you've disobeyed. Alright, so it's not about the size of the sin. It's about disregarding a loss Pantai site upon you. So for the minor sins, you commit your natural minor sins throughout the day, natural, that's where the will do the salam purifies Jumana, Joomla, purifies Ramadan, Ramadan

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purifies and so on so forth. major sins require specific Toba, they require specific repentance and those are the major sins of the prophets lie some classified the sins that involve fascia that involve a sense of shamelessness, and so on so forth, and you seek specific forgiveness for them. And if they involve people again, you return the rights of those people. You do Hajj, if you can, but sincere Toba can do away with anything. So

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your daily minor sins are taken care of inshallah with your dailies to file your daily prayer, your daily withdrawal and so on so forth. And the major sins can be done away with with tilba What would repentance

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sisters Yeah.

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Yes.

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When does a sin convert to a hassle? Does anyone know? When does a saint actually convert to a good deed?

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If you repented for that sin, if you sought forgiveness for that sin, that sin actually becomes a good deed. As far as a good deed, seeking forgiveness is a good deed. So repentance would actually replace the sin on your record on the Day of Judgment.

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Okay.

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Yeah.

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Like

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to be in a position two.

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Great question. All right. So the Hadith for example, where the prophets lie Selim says that a person who has an Adam's worth of pride in his heart would not enter jungle. But the question is that the prophets lie some connected to an identifiable behavior did the Prophet spy Salam simply mentioned it as something that just stuck somewhere in your heart in the province, I'm connected to an identifiable behavior, actually two of them multiple help wantonness, to deny the truth or to belittle a person. All right.

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So what that means is denying the truth is actually saying outright that you don't want to that you're going to disobey Allah subhanaw taala, you'll deny the truth or taking a deviant interpretation to suit your needs a baseless deviant interpretation to suit your needs. So well, this idea doesn't really mean that. And the only reason you're saying this idea doesn't really mean that is because you don't want to do it. And so you will take an opinion that hasn't been found for 1400 years. And you'll say, Well, this idea, doesn't really say that. So that's belittling the legislation that's denying the legislation and then belittling people. All right, putting someone

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down saying to someone, you won't go to jungle. Allah won't forgive you or I'm better than you. And a hate on men. All right. So it's an identifiable behavior.

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Feeling that way you battle your feelings.

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You have a feeling you battle it, Allah won't punish you for your thoughts. So that this is a this is from the Mercy of Allah Subhana Allah will punish you for your thoughts. All right, Allah will punish you for your actions. That's where that's where the problem is. So if you

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have pride in your heart and you don't deal with it, it's going to result in identifiable behavior. So you need to seek forgiveness for it and remove it from your heart even if that identifiable behavior has not come out yet. Allah knows best. I'll take one sister, one brother, and then I'll stop for tonight. Yeah.

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What is the sign that your Toba has been accepted?

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There are many signs. All right. One sign is that you don't insist upon a sin that you found that you're not insisting upon a sin. Another sign is that you feel more sweetness in your EBA that you start to feel more sweetness in your prayers, you've started to feel more sweetness in your repentance of Quran.

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Another sign, there are many signs and it really depends on the sin. Another sign is that the way that you view Allah subhanaw taala is greater than the way you viewed him before. So essentially, the way that we look at our deeds is we look at the behavior that comes after the deeds. So the sign of an accepted Ramadan is continued goodness, the sign of an accepted had just continued goodness. So it's about what comes afterwards. Now there are people and I need to make this very clear. There are people that make sincere Toba but they are so deep in a certain sin, that even though their Toba is sincere at the moment,

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they still get pulled into a sin. They still get pulled into that same sin. That doesn't necessarily mean that that person's Toba was not sincere at the time. Because Allah says Well, I'm your Saru Allah, masha Allah wa homea. Allah moon, they didn't insist upon it at the time. So when they made its default, it wasn't a star for Allah. And I know I'm going to do this tomorrow, but I do feel bad about it. Allah. Stuff it Allah, I'm quitting. I'm going to stop, I'm going to try. But then they go back and they do it again. So it's not like there's residual punishment. Like a lot goes back and says, Oh, your Toba was not sincere in the first place. No, it could have been sincere at the time.

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So it's about actually the action. It's basically the plan that you put in place the sincerity, the regret, another Matoba the prophets I some says that regret is tilde. So if you really have regret in your heart, when you commit a sin, that's Toba. That's sincere tilba. But in our religion, look, we,

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when we make is too far, we move on.

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Right? We don't beat ourselves up, we don't have despair. We don't beat ourselves up over a sin that was committed in the past, we move on with our lives. Like if you think about the Sahaba, and the horrible things that some of them did before Islam, yet they were still able to progress in a way that they became the best generation that that mankind has ever seen. That's pretty phenomenal. When you think about it. Like they didn't sit around and cry over what they used to do in Jehovah. You know, that whole narration, supposedly about almost all the Allahu Anhu laughing and then crying because he buried his daughter alive, and he and he made an eye that's complete mold, or it's not

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even doesn't even exist. It's a baseless story altogether. So there, it's a fabrication, you don't find the Sahaba crying about what they used to do in Janelia because they knew that Allah brought them Islam and they changed their life. So you change your life and you move on alone. Alright, last question from the brothers told that

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he was

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holding the besides some Latin and now we'll move on. So the question is, how do we reconcile between the statement of Abdullah bin Ahmed al de la and that if I would have known that Allah subhanaw taala would accept it a good deed from me, then I would, I would have wished for death and the Hadith of the Prophet twice now don't wish for death. There are two different contexts when the prophets lie some says lotta termina will note don't wish for death. He's talking about a person that wishes for death out of hatred for the dunya or out of depression or out of sadness, or out of something that out of something else. What even almost all the Allahu Anhu is saying is, it's

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theoretical, because you will never know that Allah accepted a good deed from you. Anyone? He says low Calumet, low Hoonah. When he says low if I knew.

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No, that's a difference. That's an Cova. And now,

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here's see let's move out of a fairness. You'll see that by law, it's an exaggeration, it's something that's impossible, because there is no way to know that Allah accepted a good deed for me. So that's the point. So you keep working. And you keep wishing for Allah to accept your good deeds and then when you die, you find out hopefully that Allah accepted that good deed and Subhan Allah Subhana Allah Allah, you meet Allah subhanaw taala. Just imagine, you know, you meet a lot and you find out that your llama Bond was insincere, your head was insincere. But you held the door open for an elderly person you gave charity to somebody you volunteered one day, you held something for

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someone, you know, you sell stuff at a low on time you listen to some Quran and you shed a tear and that's what gets you into Jannah and you go wow, right you have no idea that

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Put on the profits license said I saw a man strolling in Jannah, because he removed something harmful from the road. You know, this guy shows up on the Day of Judgment a lot. And he's probably he's a movement. He's a believer, he's got all the stuff going for him.

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But the deed that got him in Jannah was removing some garbage from the road. So you don't know. You don't know. But the heart of the believer is awake, its conscience. It's it's conscious, it's looking, it's searching for ways to please a loss. A lot of I said last question, but for you, I'll make an exception of one

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problem.

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Whatever.

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And he's like, Well, whatever.

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No impression.

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And you know, until the end to, you know, lay down or whatever you have.

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And we find something heavy that showed that one man or one person, he did one thing. And for others look at it afterwards what he's talking about.

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Right now, that person when he was removing something harmful from the road, for example, do you think he was going I'm going to remove this from the road and I'm going to be strolling in Jamaica? Or do you think he had something nice and it's sincere in his heart to Allah subhanho wa Taala no one was watching said we're gonna come and just move something from the road. Right? So that's the idea here. And then the one AB dB, I am what my servant expects of me, means that you don't think you don't have to have one and Allah you don't think evil of Allah. That's a very big topic. You don't think evil of Allah that Allah is out to get you that Allah likes to punish, that Allah

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doesn't want to accept your forgiveness, that Allah wants to close doors in your face, that Allah wants to give you a miserable life, that Allah wants to put you in Hellfire for a few days. You think of Allah in a good way. And that's a bad, that's an act of worship, that, Oh Allah, you're so merciful, that you're not even going to look down upon this good deed of me removing something harmful from the road. Even this is enough to get your mercy that Allah is so beautiful. And Allah is so merciful, that you know when you're doing these little tiny good deeds that Allah Subhana Allah, Allah, who's controlling the heavens and the earth, and who sees all the demons that you have

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in your life and all the not so good things you have in your life. But Allah is still willing to accept this if I do it sincerely for that's personal. And I know that if I come on the day of judgment, and I tried my best sincerely tried my best that Allah subhanho to add, would not punish me that's personal been Willa that's thinking well of Allah. But you can't think well of Allah, you can't claim to think well of Allah subhanaw taala as an excuse for your sins. Okay, so you can't say you know, as you're committing sins well and have the laws most Merciful. This is what was pantile says about Benny is slightly we'll call it Hulan Thomason, a narrow Illa Yama and they said, Oh,

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Allah subhanaw taala will only you know, if we go to hell only go for a few days. Doesn't work that way, because then you're belittling or you're seeking to belittle Allah subhanaw taala and you're not going to use that shows that you don't think well of the last contact because if you thought well of Allah, then you would do well for Allah. See the difference? You see the connection, think well of Allah then do well for Allah. If you think lo of Allah, then you won't do anything for Allah. So here's the one Bellagio translate into actions for last a long time.

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