Sahih Al-Bukhari 2-02-2016

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Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Karim Ali he was so happy as Marine. So inshallah Tada tonight's a very nice exchange that takes place between Ahmed Musa probably a lot of chat animal and a Jewish man that lived under his feet. So we're talking not necessarily about or we're not talking about a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we're talking about an incident that took place with the Prophets lie Selim when he was still alive. And as we said, so he had Buhari does not necessarily just contain a hadith of the prophets, like Selim, at times, it will contain an authentic narration from one of the companions that might stop

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at one of the companions or it will contain, you know, some some commentary from a human body or human Allah Himself. And this is really a beautiful narration incredible Imam. It has a story to it. Now just to remind everyone, that hadith that we that we finished last week because this hadith is actually in the same chapter. So usually it's chapter Hadith chapter, Hadith chapter Hadith. Sometimes it will hottie Rahim, Allah two outputs, two or three Hadith in one sub chapter. So this is still in chapter 33, which is Babs the adjutant Imani one funny he will call the learning to Allah was it tonight, we will see it on the Dinamo Imana we'll call the OMA acmella to that home

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Dena come for either Tara cache and mineral carnality for Hua naccas. So it's the chapter at Imani has either young posts, Faith increases and decreases the words of Allah subhanaw taala that we increase them in guidance. So people that seek guidance, Allah increases them and guidance. So the point being that there's that there are different levels of iman, right. So you start off with one level of ima and then you move on to a next level of Imams. It's now home. Hoda and then we see the Latina we as dad Alladhina amanu Imana Allah subhanaw taala increases the people of iman, Iman. Okay, so that means that once you become Alladhina amanu once you become people of belief, that

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doesn't mean that you've achieved it. That means that you need to move further in sha Allah to Allah, which is why most protest says in the Quran, by the way, you're living amanu aminu. Okay, are you who believe believe it sounds redundant, but it's not Oh, you will claim to believe or who have achieved some level of belief, move on to the next level of belief. It doesn't stop and the ceiling is as high as the Sunnah of the Prophet. So I said, I'm in the standard of the Prophet, slice Allah, so you can keep on going. And then the iron, which he mentioned, and y'all can do that today, I have perfected your faith for you. If the brothers can leave the door closed and shall make sure it's

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always close. That today I have perfected

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sorry, that today I have perfected your religion for you.

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So today we're going to focus in sha Allah Tada on this part of the chapter because we talked about last week, the different people that are pulled out of hellfire, where the prophets lie, Selim says that whoever has Iman and his heart that is equal to the weight of a barley grain will be taken out of hellfire. And then whoever says La ilaha illallah and has in his heart, the weight of wheat grain and his Eman and his heart will be taken out of help. And then whoever says law, the law and the law and has in his heart, the art and Adams weight of an atom's weight of Eman will be taken out of hellfire. So we covered that hadith in detail that I'm just rushing through it and Schelotto just so

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you guys can no understand how we're moving on. So what's the story of this hadith? This hadith is about Amina for probably a long time and it's narrated from Omar all the low tide and the Raju then Nina Leah who would Parrella who yeah Ameerul Momineen, attune fi Kitabi calm chakra una ha lo low ID now I'm not sure what you're holding as an IT lead to Husna radical younger Eden. Carla, called the OMA acmella Tula. Come Dina come to Alikum Nirma T auto lead to the community snap Medina color Homer called The Art of Naza Lika Leone Weldon McCann and lesbianism at fie Island Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam, well who are called in will be out of your own.

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So the Hadith says the owner of the Allahu Anhu says that once a Jewish man said to me, yeah, I'm you mean Oh, commander of the believers. So this is in his Khilafah All right. He says there's a verse in your book that is read by all of you Muslims talk about when you guys read this verse, and he said, had it been revealed to us the Jews? We would have taken that day as a celebration as they eat, we would have made it an annual Feast. Almost all the Allahu Anhu says What are you talking about? He said the, in your in your Quran that says today I have perfected your religion for you and can

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pleaded my favor upon you. And I've chosen for you Islam as your religion. Almost all the ultion who responded and he said no doubt, we know when and where this verse was revealed to the Prophet slice Allah. It was Friday and the prophets lie Selim was standing at Arafa. Okay, there are beautiful things we can take from this hadith. Number one, it actually gives us a friendly interfaith exchange, doesn't it? All right, it's not there's no heat, heat or hatred or spite in this exchange. It's actually a very appreciative exchange. The Jewish man who lives under honorable Hippolyte will be a longtime, who addresses them as what Amelia wrote me in commander of the believers, okay, which

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denotes a level of respect and admiration. So there's a Jewish man living in Medina, that says to Omar Oh, commander of the believers, and he says to him, there's a verse that you Muslims read that had we, you know, he's not saying it with fighting words, he's expressing admiration. He's expressing a sense of appreciation for a verse that we have in the Quran. So there were friendly exchanges, too. It wasn't always, you know, fighting and swords and stuff like that. Sometimes people could get along too, right? So he says that, you know, if only we had this verse, If only a verse or the equivalent of that verse existed amongst us, we would be celebrating that year, that

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would be one of our annual feasts. And almost all the law annual basically responds and says, you know, it is an annual Feast that actually is eight for us, we know exactly where it was revealed, when it was revealed. And this is where and this is what now some of the scholars that give us some more context on this hadith, it's been narrated multiple times. So it's an incident that's been narrated in multiple books of Hadith.

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Some of them actually say it was a group of Jews that were talking to them to have probably a lot of time. And so one of them expressed the some of them say that cab ba who was a former rabbi, and authority in the TelaDoc, who converted to Islam, that he and Omar were sitting with a group of Jews and they expressed that to cab who in turn expressed it to almost all the Allahu Anhu but it appears to be you know, a man because it says clearly the man is a is a Jewish man. Not someone that used to be Jewish, so someone that is a Jew that St. Thomas will the law and that if only we had a verse of this equivalence

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in or similar to this in our own scriptures we would celebrate that day. Now almost all the a lot of time who tells tells him it basically is a or eat, okay, or eat means water eat means that it returns annually. Okay, the meaning of eight is an arrow that come into the barrel of oil that comes back every single year. Okay, so all the law on who is saying it is actually the most important day of the year for us. Right? It is the day that we celebrate, there is no date that is more beloved to Allah subhanaw taala than the day of alpha, there is no day that Shavon is more humiliated than the Day of Arafah there is no day where Allah subhanaw taala frees more people from hellfire than the

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day of alpha. Alright, the day of alpha is the most amazing day of the year so Subhanallah it is a very special day for this ayah to be revealed. And it is a very special day for us as for us as Muslims all around the globe. Now what are some of the wisdoms of Allah subhanaw taala revealing this verse. Let's start with that revealing this verse on the Day of Arafah what happened on the day of alpha with each and every single one of us? What happened on the day of alpha with each and every single one of us before we were sent to this world?

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I just got off an international flight. Three hours ago you guys look tired than me more tired than me right?

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What happens on that day?

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What did Allah say to us on that day? I'm not gonna give you guys another clue on that.

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ls to be Rob become okay? Allah raised each and every single one of us from the back of our father Adam it his Salam he gathered our souls on the Day of Arafah and Allah subhanaw taala asked each and every single one of us ls to be wrong become Am I not your Lord? Everyone said Bella, okay. Everyone said yes, you are the angel such a hidden that we bear witness and Tupou Yeoman CReality so that you don't come on the day of judgment and say that we have no idea about this. Okay, so all of us took a covenant with a loss of Hannah Montana, that he is our all that He is our Lord on that date. Okay, ALLAH SubhanA, Allah to Allah therefore revealed, that's the acknowledgement part, right? When you

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say Allah is your Lord, when you when you said Bella, that does not mean you know that there's nothing attached to it because you can't say Allah is my Lord and so is this person in that person and so are these things and so on so forth. You can say Allah is my Lord but then disobey Allah subhanaw taala intentionally, or please

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Use your own logic above the legislation of Allah subhanaw taala Okay, so I must be calm has certain connotations. First and foremost it's an acknowledgment. So Allah subhanaw taala took an acknowledgement from each and every single one of us that we will do our best to worship Allah alone. Okay, and to do our best to obey Allah subhanaw taala as he deserves to be obeyed. On the same day, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada revealed the, you know, the finality of his legislations. All right, and said, and the OMA acmella Tula Codina Cool. All right, now here is your way to worship me. It's complete, on the same so on the anniversary of that day that we took that covenant with Allah

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subhanaw taala, Allah revealed the verse saying, here is your religion. This is what I'm pleased with. This is how you please me, this is my favorite upon you. Okay, I'll lead to Islam and Deena I am pleased with Islam as a religion for you to worship Me By. So that's the first wisdom of it. Okay, the second wisdom of it. It's very beautiful. What are people doing on the day of alpha?

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Alright, you know what, if you guys will answer this question, I'm going home.

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What are people doing on a day of alpha playing cards, smoking hookah eating ice cream, depending on which group you go with, right? But what are people supposed to be doing on the day of ABA? Do It's the day of the hour, the only day of the year that the prophets why some preferred you are even to Salah combined Salah so that he could spend the whole day making the only day of the year we're doing it takes precedence even over salah. Right? And you're asking Allah for goodness and you're out and the first thing you're asking Allah Subhan Allah to Allah in regards to goodness is goodness in your pocket or goodness in your dunya your hereafter your ocular? So you're asking Allah for

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forgiveness, you're asking Allah for the best of the hereafter. So Allah revealed this verse while the prophets lie Selim and the companions were making Darat on the plane of autofair.

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Just very beautiful. You know, they're asking Allah for forgiveness. They're asking Allah for salvation. They're asking Allah for all these things. And Allah reveals a verse to say polyoma como tu la cadena come, your religion is complete. Okay, my favor upon you is complete. I am pleased with Islam as a religion that you worship Me by therefore, I'm pleased with you almost sums I'm pleased when you worship me using this religion, that Allah subhanaw taala sent upon the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the verse was revealed while the people were making dua, the third wisdom that we see, why is it that this Jewish man is expressing a sense of admiration, it's a sense of envy.

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It's not, it's not a negative envy. He's not expressing it again. He's expressing it in a nice way. It's actually a very pleasant exchange. But why is he saying this? We find other a hadith where the Jews would say to the about the Muslims, for example, or they would say about the prophets like Selim that he taught them even how to how to use the bathroom, I mean, subhanAllah that our religion is so detailed, that we even have a way of using the bathroom. Okay? Also the Jews were jealous of the people saying, mean in Medina, the uniformity of the mean, when they would when the masjid would rock, with peep with people saying, mean, okay, all at the same time. How beautiful is the I mean of

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the Prophet slice element, right? Get an omelet, an Earth, man, and it and so on and so forth, this whole message of them saying, I mean, and the Jews that lived around the messages, they admired the Amin, of the companions, all in congregation with the Prophet slice on with the angels, and so on, so forth. So the thing is, what we find is what they admired about the Muslims, or what they envied about the Muslims in a friendly way, if you will, was the uniformity that we have in Islam, the detailed rulings that we have, so that every activity which is seemingly meaningless, okay, things that are usually idle, they don't have any, you know, how many people can derive anything out of

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going, going to the bathroom, right? That's spiritual. It turns even, you know, in a way, going to the bathroom into a spiritual experience, because before you go to the bathroom, you're making a DUA, and when you leave the bathroom, you're making a duet. So the fact that you have something to worship Allah by even in those daily tasks of yours. So this was an expression of amazement, of admiration for what we have in our religion, of uniformity, of details of virtue of spirituality, the ability to make anything a way of pleasing Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, and the way that truly Islam is, you know, as far as World Religions are concerned, more monolithic than anything out

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there. Okay, if you really think about it, you know, our med hubs, the schools of thought that we have in Islam are not like denominations and other religions. Okay. You take for you

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The fact that first of all, you know, 90% of the OMA is, you know, partly is some some way fits into the spectrum of Addison knowlage amount of being Sunni, right. But even the difference between Sunnis and Shias is not like the difference between Protestants and Catholics, by the way. Okay? I'm not saying we don't have strong disagreements, I'm saying that even that difference is not as strong as the difference between the Protestant in the Catholic or an Orthodox Jew and a reformed Jew, for example. So the way that Islam is held together by a common creed, and pretty uniform practices, it's very rare that you'll find a Muslim that doesn't pray like the rest of the Muslims do, right?

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Well, anyone that claims to be Muslim even they wouldn't be Muslim if they're not praying, but it's very rare that you find anyone claiming to be Muslim that doesn't pray, okay, or doesn't believe it legally prescribed to pray. So this is a beauty of the religion that Allah subhanaw taala truly preserved it for us and Allah subhanaw taala gave us so much detail in it now. It's as we said, it's easily under your roof equally and it is a read because it comes every single year and almost all the allot of time who was saying that we take it as a read every single year. In another narration, our model the one who also said after that he said Nasrallah Tian Juma William alpha, work Isla

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Houma be Hamdulillah he, Lana eat. Okay. Again, it came down on a day of Friday, and it came down on a day out of what Killa Houma be Hamdulillah he, Lana ate. Both of those days are aides for us. Friday is the best day of the week. out off, that is the best day of the year. And Friday is what the profit slice I'm called their eat of the week. Okay, I know sometimes our hope was spoil your ate. But it's supposed to be at eight. Friday's a day of feasting Friday is not feasting in the food sense, right? But, you know, we do that every day anyway, right? But Friday is a day of the believers to express their closeness to Allah subhanaw taala to come together with their families to

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take off from their jobs and so on. So forth, right? Friday is a read for us as believers, okay. And again, the primary reason why it's called the eighth is because of the repetition part. So Friday, just like every other day of the week comes every, you know, comes every week, but at the same time, there's something special about Friday, every single week. So a lot chose the best day of the week and the best day of the year to reveal this idea. Okay, now this this idea was revealed this is where we get into now the meaning of the AI and what it means in the implications of Buhari I'm not going to go through a full blown Tafseer of it. But just to sort of conclude let's go through what

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the AI means and what the implications are of it are.

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It was revealed in hydrated with the farewell hedge of the profit slice on Okay, the only hedge the profit slice on made in Islam and on the day of alpha, while the profit slice I was making with the believers on the day of July, which is the best day of the week, the day of Friday. Okay, so what are the implications of a lot of revealing that area there? Okay, some of them will festering, they said that it was revealed at this time to mean that now all of the facade all of the mandatory pillars of Islam were not complete. Why? Because Hajj was the last pillar of Islam that was left to be completed right. Okay, so law was first what came after salah

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the cat Siyam Okay, so So law came first, then the cat came, then the Siyam came. I can't believe none of you are correcting. I'm actually tricking you right now. shahada comes first right? Okay. shahada, Salam zakaah Siyam All right, fasting the month of Ramadan and then Hajj. So Allah subhanaw taala is revealing it to say that now your your your pillars of Islam are complete the religion is complete, the building is complete, okay, the house is complete. Why? Because of how jus out of Hajj is out of right. That doesn't mean that you can just go to autofit and leave but it is the primary pillar of of of Hajj. And this means now that the Hajj is taking place, the primary pillar is taking

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place. And so Allah has now completed your outcome and your fraud everything mandatory in Islam has now been completed, of course will be Rahim Allah Tada he points out something very beautiful. He said, When the prophets my son left Mecca, they only had one fault. You know, you think about that the religion only had one fault when they left Mecca. And that was Salah. So when he left Mecca, he left only with Salah when he came back he caught he has this entire religion.

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This beautiful, nuanced religion, right? With so much detail and so you know so much to it. So he left Mecca, we just saw up he comes back And subhanAllah now he's got everything up until hedge he's got the entire religion complete for him it his son

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Otto Salam so you can imagine the way that it felt for the believers especially those that did Hajj in the days of Janelia that did Hajj in the days of ignorance, right they they saw what Hajj had become, okay, what had used to be, but now they you know, they're coming back to Mecca after all these years, and the entire religion is complete for them. Okay, so it's called to be Rahim Allah Allah says that Allah subhanaw taala was praising the fact that now it's all complete you left Mecca with Salah only now you have everything completed for you. I mean my Masood the Rahim Allah to Allah he says nothing from halal and haram came down after this idea. There was no prohibition or or

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anything that had to do with jurisprudence or * that came down after this. By the way, this isn't the last AI in the Quran. Just to be very clear, okay, so when Allah says he completed the religion for you, the Quran wasn't even complete yet right? So it's obviously not complete nonsense, but the last part I was talking about the religion being complete and a different sense. Okay, so any mamas should be Rahim Allah says all of the IRS afterwards and that's actually factual there are no there are no verses that have to do with jurisprudence or fifth after that if this was the last idea and by the way, raise this I

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swear I'm neither very good. All right. So tonight the generally speaking most of the last ions of Quran or Enzalutamide Okay, so, Allah subhanaw taala is saying that nothing from halal and haram comes down after this ayah and in fact, nothing from jurisprudence came down after this is nothing from Harlan how long came down after this, I

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remember him Allah to Allah said, it also denotes victory, that there is nothing left for you to do. I mean, there's nothing left for you to achieve now, as a religion, the prophets lie Selim now is coming with the Sahaba purifying the house of Abraham purifying the house that was built by Ibrahim Raisa from the idols they're doing hides the way Mr. Hemara Islam did hurt so they are, you know, they're doing exactly what they're supposed to do. They have now fulfilled all of the tenets of the faith, there's nothing left for you to achieve. All right. And that's very powerful because Allah revealed that either on the day of autofill you know what Allah revealed just a few days later,

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either Jaya and also Allah He was.

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Okay. A few days later, had been honorable de la Andrew says that it wasn't a Yamagishi. So sometime between the 11th and 13th of the hedgerow meaning it's two to four days after this verse was revealed. Allah revealed either Jah Nasir Allah he will fit Okay, when the victory of Allah comes and the conquest realized, now this is way after the conquest by the way, this wasn't revealed in the conquest its way after the conquest. So Allah says, nos will walk life after the victory of Allah has come the help of ALLAH has come, the conquest has come, what are at NASA The Hurunui de la he of wotja You're seeing people accept the religion in these huge waves, waves of people. It's, you

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know, the fact that the point when the Prophet saw some went and did Hajj, everyone wanted to do Hajj with the prophets, like some so literally every Muslim pretty much came from around the world to be part of that hutch, because this is a very unique opportunity to do Hajj with the Prophets lie Selim. I mean, he's standing up leading the group, he's doing everything and you're following along with him. So literally, you had 10s of 1000s of people, okay, that are coming to do hedge. So the prophets like some of seeing many people, for the first time, many people became Sahaba inhabited with that they became companions on you know, during that journey, because they came from all over

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the world. And that's where they met the Prophet slicin For the first time. Okay, most of the Muslims from Yemen, many of them from the areas of airlock that had come under Islam at that time, they're all meeting the Prophet slicin For the first time. So Allah Subhana Allah is saying to the prophets, like somebody ate a nasty flu, and if he didn't die of water, you're looking out at the sea of people in the home, where you were once you know, tortured and persecuted and so on so forth. You know, you guys might not know this, but you know, you know, br tilaka the pledge of October it took place in the days of Hajj on you know, before one of the Mr. Keane were still doing Hajj when

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the when the disbelievers were still doing Hajj and the Muslims snuck under where the gentle rot are

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not around the URL of the jungle rot and they had the secret gathering where the people of Medina gave this back to the prophets like somebody gave this pledge to the prophets lie Islam and they were just a few 100 Now you've got this entire ummah of people, and you're not hiding anymore. And you know the most powerful day of or the most powerful site that you will possibly ever see in your life is looking out at all of the Muslims in Hutch. It is such a powerful site literally when you just see sees of people all wearing a haram all saying the same thing. Right? All saying the bake Allahu Allah bake in their own language in the sense that you've got to a different tune to it all

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over the place, right? But you're seeing all these Muslims. It's a very powerful site. It's a captivating site. So here

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Are the province is Emma's seeing all of that. And Allah saying right and us here the corona de la jolla for water you're seeing people enter into the religion of Allah from all over in waves and so on so forth. A sudden behind the rock because stuff.

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So then declare the perfection of your Lord and seek his forgiveness glorify Your Lord and seek his forgiveness, glorify Him for what? For what he's given you seek his forgiveness for what for your own shortcomings in the process, right for Sunday behind the speaker was the hero who in who can atossa And Allah is the acceptor of repentance. Even Ambassador the Allah Tada and who says, that was the death announcement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah Allahu Allah made the prophets lie, some aware of his death through that surah. So the prophets lie, some learned that he was going to die when that surah was revealed, I use all the Alon has says that the prophets lie

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Selim, in his last year of life, he increased this is actually a slight Muslim, he increased his level of justify. So you know, if seeking forgiveness from Allah, so he used to always seek forgiveness more than 100 times in a single gathering, right? But in his last year, the prophets lie, some was saying a stuff that Allah he was seeking forgiveness from Allah more than they had ever seen before. Subhan Allah, so Now Allah is telling him continue to seek forgiveness. The only person other than Ibn Abbas, who understood that this was the death announcement of the Prophet slicin was apobec at all the lawn,

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or only a little bucket and even ambass started to cry, when that sort of was revealed because they understood the implications of it. Basically, Allah was telling the prophets lie, Selim, your mission is now complete. And the prophets lie, some would die only a few months after that hunch, okay, he did not live long after that sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after he returned from Medina, very soon afterwards, that's where his sickness started. And that's where the prophets I send them would soon pass away. So there's a very beautiful, you know, you know, order that we see here and the way that the sorrows were were revealed. And again,

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you know, a very, one of the very few nice interfaith exchanges that we see a Jewish man expressing his admiration for an aspect of the religion of Islam, to the Khalifa at the time, to all of the hubbub of the law, and one saying that this is a beautiful verse that you have, you should celebrate this verse, and you really should celebrate the fact that your religion is so complete, you really should celebrate the fact that there's no ambiguity. And, you know, I once had a brother that he accepted Islam.

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And he was from Colombia. And he had accepted Islam a week before this conversation that I'm having with it. And he said that, you know, it was three years ago that I decided to walk the path of God, but I said to myself, Okay, I want to be a good Christian. Then he said, I don't know how to do that.

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How do you start being a good Christian?

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Right? Yes, character is very heavy, and so on, so forth. But as far as the acts of worship are concerned, there isn't really much to do there. Right. So this isn't to insult anyone else. This is to say that our religion provides a very clear path for a person to start to excel, it gives you your steps, it's a very clear cut guide, you move on this way you move on this way you progress this way, and that way, so we think Allah subhanaw taala for this verse, and we thank him for alpha. And we thank him for the two leads, of course, the profit slice I'm setting this is just the last note, he said that he described the month of Ramadan, and the month of the hedge as the two months of

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eight. Okay. So they were chahatein they were two months over eight, okay. Very and because they both can turn, container aids and so on, so forth. So we ask Allah subhanaw taala to accept from us and we ask Allah subhanaw taala to allow us to complete our obligations towards him and we ask Allah Subhana Allah not to allow us to die in a state in which we are deficient or in a state in which our faith is weak or in a state in which our faith is wavering. Or while we are heedless, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to allow the best of our actions to be the last of them. And we ask Allah subhanaw taala to allow us to gain the reward of doing Hajj with the Prophet SAW Salem, by virtue of doing

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Umrah and Ramadan or in some other way and we ask Allah to join us with him on his thought was salam in the highest level Jonathan for the DOS Allahumma Amin questions

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that will make me question

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you have to have a condition of maturity and

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whenever you will have to give some time

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is the body

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with that small business or whatever, even though if it's in a child's body, it's a responsible thing.

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Okay, very good.

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Question Now the soul when it was raised before a loss when we were raised and we were questioned and we when we answered number one, a very important technical point. And he nominated him Rahim Allah says we would not be held accountable to that one to that I because we forgot we would be caused to forget and so on so forth. So your, the Hijjah the proofs that are established against you in this world are the ones that you're accountable to. So still the person that never heard Islam in its in its pure form or person that lived you know, between esigning Salaam and Mohammed slice LM and they lived in a time or in a place where Islam did not reach them or a person who was not mature

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who died before maturity, those people would not be considered as people who the Hoja who the proof was established against the only thing we take from that gathering is that a lot put inside of us a fifth law and natural inclination so we do inclined towards those even by there's even evidence to certain parts of our brain a certain part of our brain having more activity with the mention of God right they call it the god spot so more neurological activity when a person hears God there is there is something inside of us and innate nature that connects us to Allah subhanaw taala but we're not held accountable on the day of judgment to that covenant that we made with Allah okay live in

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Cathedral him Allah talks about this it'd be day when he high in quite some detail that we're not going to be held accountable to that covenant rather, we're held to our needs in this world. Okay, and the things that we do in this world, Lauren, Zack and his sisters

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No, okay. Yeah

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that's like so bad to the point.

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Is there such thing as a sin that stops your has your and it's like so bad, let's say

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to an extent where you'll get a break

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Okay, so a sin that blocks your husband or cut your husband up.

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Allah will accept a sincere Hassan a sincere act good deed that's done. And you know, the minimum that you'll get for that is 10 right times 10. Now lost contact does give us this concept of lateral Tito Salah Conte Campbell, money will either don't void your good deeds, total title is to void right? To render something both don't avoid your good deeds. Okay, so we can void our good deeds. It's like when the prophets lie some said that bad character to our good deeds is like vinegar to honey. Okay, when we have bad character, we,

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when we have bad character, we spoil our good deeds. Just like vinegar would take you know, you wouldn't want to eat honey that has vinegar in it, right? So, yes, our bad deeds do affect our good deeds. It's like the prophesy. Some said that a person who drank out drinks alcohol, for example, the salah for 40 days would not be accepted doesn't mean Alright, I'm gonna take a break for 40 days. Because it's not going to be accepted anyway. No, you're still going to pray and you're going to ask Allah for forgiveness. And Allah can lift that from you. Allah can lift that from you

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going to a magician, or Assad or so and so forth. So the answer is is no, there is no such concept as Allah subhanaw taala putting a break completely on your good deeds.

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There is one very scary Hadith as you ask them the question I thought about it. And we seriously don't take it. We don't we don't really consider this enough. Which is that the prophets license that the good deeds are presented to Allah on Mondays and Thursdays. And if there are two brothers or sisters that aren't talking to each other, Allah subhanaw taala sends back those deeds and says I'm little Hi Lanie hotelier slowly,

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leave these two until they figure it out until they reconcile amongst themselves, meaning Allah will not even look at their good deeds. Now that said by that, that when Allah looks at the good deeds of the believers on Mondays and Thursdays, he accepts and he experience increases them. Right, and that those people, maybe their good deeds would still be looked at on the day of judgment, but they wouldn't have much baraka to them, there would be no blessing in them.

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Nothing would come as a result of them, except for the bare minimum. So and some of them said it's complete and facade complete cut off that the good deeds don't count. But the problem with that reasoning, which is a very harsh reasoning, even though it's good for us to be worn sometimes harshly, is that if I died and I was quarreling with someone does that mean my salah is not accepted and so on so forth? No, it doesn't mean that. But we do need to consider that that Allah will not look at the good deeds of people have brothers or sisters that are not talking to each other that are boycotting one another. So we can basically the meaning of it is you if you boycott one another

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Allah will boycott you.

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If you boycott your brother or sister and Allah, Allah will boycott you.

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And may Allah protect us from

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the Jewish person

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in front of

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will also be a good candidate Cardinal Maher was one of the rabbis that accepted Islam

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is not the same

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behind now let's Khabib nomadic

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cabinet Baba was a rabbi who accepted Islam he was considered one of the greatest guards of the Torah fact interesting thing about cabinet bar is the Jews would still ask him questions about the total even after he became Muslim because they knew just how knowledgeable the scholar he wasn't the Torah so it's probably They still ask him questions about the Torah and there are many evidences to that to that regard the man was I mean he when it comes to that this is something he mastered like the loudness phenomenal the law and who was at Busan and there were a few Jewish rabbis that accepted Islam

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we raising your hand Yeah

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Okay, so this will be the last question I'll take inshallah the Hadith where the prophet slice and M says that a person raises his hands and you're out and he says, Yeah, I'll be out and his food is how long what it means here food and drink is haram is the earnings are haram the earnings by which you know, food and his drink are attained or how, okay, His clothes are haram. His income is haram for an knives to jab hula How can that person accept to be responded to Okay, or expect to be responded to the idea here is that when you go to make dua to Allah subhanaw taala

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the more that you bring to the table, the more that you will receive from Allah subhanaw taala Alright, so for example, when it said I made the right to Allah subhanaw taala

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you know, at that age and his while he was that old and he asked the last panel time for a son that Korea has a lifetime of very bad a lifetime of worship that he brought with him to that right and Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran fell yesterday booty will you know Vila Allah whom you're sure don't let them believe in me and let them answer my call. So that they can be guided and rushed,

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rushed is greater than he died he died has to be guided in the spiritual sense rushed is to be guided in this world as well. So your actions so there's he died when he died?

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So he died to be guided in regards to your knowledge, is he dying to be guided in regards to your actions where you're being directed in the right ways? Okay, even in regards to your actions is little Al Khalifa rasool Allah.

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Okay, so the idea here is that the more you answer Allah subhanaw taala the more that you will find your own duat being answered and direction coming in your life.

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All right, but they're, you know, this concept of again, being completely cut off by Allah subhanaw taala it's, it's very hard to do that.

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And may Allah protect us from that. Alright, so does that go off? Charlottetown I'll see you all. Next week's huncle Amanda shadow Hola. Hola. Esta feed Okay, are two really cool Santa Monica Marlins wine buckets?