Servants of the Most Merciful #8

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Dr. Omar Suleiman dives into the 7th quality of the servants of the Most Merciful – Allah Turns Their Sins Into Good Deeds

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this one the Santa Monica Omar from Tula he will go to council or the monastic near the ministry following Jesus no metal him and handed in your blood I mean, what are one Illa water mean? We'll ask you about to supreme a lot more study with Southern Nevada karate kata suka Mohammed and Salalah while he was solo, or only he will be he will sell them to Sleeman kathira. So hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen it's, you know, we're getting into these last few nights of Ramadan and tonight we'll actually be covering what the arena map call one of our jayati Kitab Allah tabula one of the most hopeful verses in the book of Allah subhanaw taala. I know that last night,

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there was it was heavier than some people might have expected. And I pray that Allah subhanaw taala allow that to activate us towards good and that we don't become debilitated by any of that law. I mean, I pray that allies would just forgive us for all of our transgressions and all of our sins wherever they may be. A lot of them I mean, so this is i 17. Our loss of Hannah Montana says in lemon taba, what am I gonna? Why? I mean, why Amina Ramadan Swanee hunt that hula okay you bet do a lot to say our team has an art, what can Allah who performed on rahima unless he repents and believes and does righteous deeds now of course this is building off of the last the last last panel

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Matata said that these are people that commit these major sins. So Allah subhana wa tada mentioned the three worst major sins, and that was shidduch murder and adultery. And Allah follows that up by saying

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except for those who repent and believe and do righteous deeds, for them, Allah will change their evil deeds into good deeds. What can a lot of photo Mahima and Allah subhanaw taala is ever forgiving, most compassionate. Now this is profound obviously because it's coming after the worst of deeds and Allah subhana wa tada is offering amnesty as he always does, even with the worst of deeds, that you still have a chance to repentance to turn back to a loss of habitat. But this verse offers some some serious some serious pause for reflection because it it has an interesting sequence to it. Okay, so for example, why would a loss of habitat I say taba? What am I gonna? repented and believed

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isn't belief repentance in and of itself? What goes beyond the amnesty? So there, they say the first thing to mention here is that the people already have the benefit of the pardoning of a loss of habitat. This goes beyond the forgiveness of a loss of habitat. That's how that's it today. I was reflecting actually, which is even more on the verse in Switzerland Kibbutz where lost parents I says, well, that he can attack up in our own home center mahamudu that those are the people that we accept the best Lindell Kafeel on there and Jose Martinez is the unknown accessibility Academy I'm on the second page of Switzerland Kabuto last contact says that we will remove and expiate their

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sins and we will reward them for only the best of what they used to do. So lots of hundreds and removes all of your sins new caphyon home citm Allah removes all sins, the major ones and the minor ones with Toba with repentance, but Allah subhanaw taala rewards you to the best of your good deeds. So if you're thinking about the spectrum here, even the most disgusting and filthy of sins are forgiven, and even the supposedly most insignificant good deeds or the good deeds that have some deficiencies in them that are noble in their performance or noble in what they represent but their performance falls short of the quality of those good deeds, Allah subhanaw taala that's an excellent

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amount, I mean, a lot accepts the best of their performance. So the scholars here they mentioned that a loss turns out has already put aside that he will forgive you, but now a loss of Hannah Montana is going to the next level a lot xojo will reward you and what does it mean? You bet de la husi rT m pesa not a level change their evil deeds into good deeds. So inshallah tada let's pause with this. While some of the scholars they say that in this area, Tabitha precedes Amina that they repented before believing because Tabitha here as lemma. Tara tablet here means they became Muslim. And Amana is the realization, the reality of that Islam coming to be in their own hearts and in

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their actions. Okay, so remember, I don't know if it was last night or the night before we talked about this idea that when two words appear with one another Islam and email Islam refers to the external reality. Email refers to the internal reality. And so some of the scholars say taba here is excellent

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A month that they became Muslim. And I hear refers to that belief actually permeating the heart penetrating the hearts and becoming an inward reality as well. Some of the scholars they say here that taba also means major sense, because the prophets Allah love it. He said that he is not a believer, when he commits murder he is not a believer, when he commits is enough, the prophets I some did not, did not mean by that, that you are a Catholic that you are a disbeliever but that that action is so far removed from belief and I'm not going to be able to go into detail without it. But but that the major sins don't take a person out of Islam according to the creed have access to

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knowledge about but that d is so removed from belief. That person is not a believer at the time that they are committing that murder at the time that they are committing adultery so some of the scholars they tab but here proceeds Amina because it's turning away from those things that cannot coincide with with belief. So tap entered here it means either s lemma became Muslim or referring to the major sins as well. The scholars also mentioned here that the recourse of ship the recourse of polytheism is monotheism, the reports of ship is to heat and the recourse of abandonment of Salon of abandoning the prayer is IBAMA to salon is establishing the prayer and the recourse for Xena the

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recourse for adultery is a life of chastity, everything that a lot tells you to turn away from there is a recourse for it's a practical recourse for it.

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So the scholars then had some very interesting tifosi about this idea, what does it mean to be the city us but it has taught us that a lot exchanges the sense for good deeds. Does that mean that Allah Subhana what's out of literally takes your sins and turn to good deeds? Does that mean?

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That Allah subhana wa tada allows your good deeds to remain, but he removes your sins?

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You know, does that mean that Allah subhana wa tada doesn't necessarily reward your good deeds, but Allah subhanaw taala guides you to good practices in the place of bad practices. Okay, so what does it exactly mean? Does it mean again, there are a few possibilities here, one, that a lot exchanges your sins for good deeds. So that would mean that every sin that you committed has now become a good deed, to that a loss of how to what's add up, allows your sins to be forgiven, but he allows your good deeds to stay. Okay? So your sins are forgiven, but the good deeds that you did before repenting to a loss of hands out of before becoming Muslim, those good deeds stay. And the third

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possibility is not necessarily referring to the forgiveness of the last kind of talk because that's already been established. But it is referring to the idea that your bad practices are your bad practices are replaced by good practices. Okay. So you bet the law say axiom has enough could either mean that the sins themselves become good deeds through your practice, or they become such in the sight of a loss of penance. So let's look at what some of the scholars said about this. So starting from the debate, while the longtime, he said, A Abdullah whom everybody else on Reba Tila a lot exchanged for them.

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worship of the idols for the worship of Allah subhana wa Tada. Well, Abdullah hung up Thailand, Muslim in Qatar, not a Muslim, okay. It's beautiful when you're thinking about this from a Mexican context, all right, that Allah subhana wa, Santa replaced, they're fighting against the Muslims with fighting with the Muslims. And by the way, there is a there's a practical reality of this too. How many times do you see it's very rare, but when it happens, it's beautiful. islamophobes becoming some of the greatest defenders of Islam. Right, people that attacked the profit slice on becoming defenders of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so Abdullah home Italian Muslim, in Pichardo,

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modern Muslim, which is you know, you think about how many people fought against the prophets lie some embedded that were then fighting with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in the battles that were to come next what I've done a home beanie cap in which the cat and the calf and whatnot and the last concert have replaced their aging in intimacy with the disbelievers with Halloween avenues of marriage and stuff. Remember, hustle and bustle Rahim? Allah says, Love, beloved is simply an ominous silent alarm replace bad deeds with their good deeds meaning, the ability like when you say alarm and near the click of a show, click our house nearby. That's it all life helped me

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Well assist me in remembering you properly. In you know, we struggling a lot mentally and physically Kawasaki about remember you properly to thank you properly and to worship you properly. Okay so Eliza just assisted them by finding replacements for them or guiding them to replacements for them. What I've done at home Be sure to last on the last panel try to replace their ship with sincerity. What I've done of them before Julie Asana, what Bill kufri Islam and ally replaced their immodesty with chastity and their disbelief with Islam. So that's one way of looking at it that the scholar said that, you know, quite literally, and there's a benefit to this, by the way, even if you don't

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believe it to be the exclusive interpretation, which is not the majority opinion, by the way, the majority opinion is what I'm going to cover next, which is a literal transformation of the bad deeds into good deeds, meaning punishment to reward. But there's still a benefit to this idea that your bad practices are replaced by good practices. And so the same faculties that you used to use to harm are now used to do good. The same faculties work acts of ingratitude with are now being used to work acts of gratitude with, like, why she had been how some how to love the man who threw the spear that killed himself all the time. Right? Why she was the one that threw the spear that killed hands on

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all the love of time manual. And he became also later on, and he made tober. But we actually lived with the trauma, the memory of having killed someone so beloved to the profit slice of them and causing such harm to the right, causing that pain to the profit slice them. And so when I read that came around the battles of Apostasy, we'll say them a cadet who was a Smith was a man that claimed Prophethood that murdered many companions that murdered many her father, I mean, and of course claimed to be not just the Prophet, and you know, but but claims that abolish, abrogate many of the rulings of the prophets license, you know, was really threatening Islam at its core, from Sudan

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rissalah, from the messenger to the message, and why she was the one that threw the spear as a Muslim, that killed will say the mecca will say them of the liar. Okay, who was Islam in every way? And watch, he said, one for one. He said, to hate on us, I killed the best of people and I killed the worst of people, right? This hand took the life of the best of people and took the life of the worst of people, right? So be showing this idea of redemption that allows parents out of places someone on a path of redemption. Okay.

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But what is this, what's the full effect of this is, and this is truly beautiful. Somehow, it's mind blowing how, how unmatched the laws of mercy is, if you remember, we started the series by saying a Walkman is so unmatched in his mercy. That's a call someone is not allowed. Not just not to call someone out of whack not to call someone not because the mercy of Allah is so it is all encompassing. There's nothing like it. I remember last episode, we said that, you know, so kind of love their 99 forms of are saved for the Day of Judgment. We don't even know what the experience of those forms of mercy are. May Allah allow us to experience all of them on the Olympia? Everyone say,

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I mean, may Allah allow us to experience all 100 parts of his mercy on you.

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This is what this looks like on the Day of Judgment. Even I bustled the alongside of it who said their bad deeds literally become good deeds, not that the good deeds that they did prior state and the bad deeds are forgiven. No a lot transfers their bad deeds into good deeds, and here are the following.

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One of them is narrated by Abdullah Ahmed for the a lot of time nkhoma he says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, a man from my nation will be called before all of creation on the Day of Judgment. And 99 scrolls will be spread out before his eyes to where he can see the end of each of those scrolls. So he is looking on, you know, at his scrolls of how a lot imagine how doomed you would feel if you're standing on the Day of Judgment before Allah subhanho wa Taala and Allah subhana wa tada lays out 99 scrolls all sins and you know, each one of them reaching the distance of your site. How doomed would you feel in those moments as you're standing before Allah subhana wa

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Tada. And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam will say to him, says that Allah will say to him,

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Do you deny any of this? So you're looking at these scrolls in front of your eyes? A lot protect us from that Whirlpool and you're changing colors. You're literally

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changing colors, because of how distraught you are looking out at those scrolls, and you are reading your sins, if not key topic, right? No one else is reading your book to you. You're reading your book, and a loss of having puts out it says, Do you deny any part of this? Right? Is any one of this?

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You know, is any one of these deeds off? And the man will say, like, I have nothing to say for myself. Yeah, a lot. All of it is true.

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I can't say anything about it. A lot of parents out will then say, Have my recording scribes, the metal angels that were recording? Were they unjust to you? Were they unjust to you? So how long we've been talking about angels, the soul bond, and one of the first episodes was depends hold your parents, right? So a lot is asking you this is the date of justice. Allah is asking you where the melodica unjust with you? Did they fail to? Do they record something, you know, in an exaggerated fashion? Do you dispute any of this? This is a rule. And the person would say

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yeah, Allah. No, they're being completely fair. So this is a person that's doing guaranteed off he's acknowledging everything. Yeah, Allah. I did it all 99 scrolls, I'm guilty of every one of these sins, and changing colors. The melodica were not unfair to me, the angels were not unfair to me. It's just me. And Allah subhanaw taala will say, Okay, do you have any good deeds to show for yourself, and he has enough to show for yourself, and the man will put his head down and say, yo, I've got nothing. I've got no more good show for myself. So the commitment of his sins to his good deeds are far, far far apart, right far apart. And Allah subhana wa tada says to him, indeed, you

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have Hassan not with us, what iNec Allah told them, and you will not be wrong today. And so a loss of Canada to add a little call for a card that says, I said to Allah, Allah illallah wa Chateau no Mohammed Abu, who was who I bear witness that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah, and that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is a slave and messenger. And so the man sees the card. And he says, Yeah, what's this card going to do with all of these scrolls, and Allah subhanaw taala will simply respond to him and say, in that color problem, you will not be treated unjustly. And so the scrolls will be placed on one side of the museum on one side of the balance, and a loss of kind

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of what's I will place the card that says a shadow line in that lower shadow under Mohammed Abu who wrote a pseudo on the other side, and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said that the card that the side of the scale that has the card in it will sink down, and it will send all of those scrolls flying. Okay, it will send all of those scrolls, flying in another Hadith, the Prophet slicin himself from Abu Dhabi a lot of time and also an authentic hadith. So the previous Hadith is authentic. And this is another Sahih Hadith. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I know the last of the people of the fire to depart from the fire. And the last of the people have done

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that to enter into gentlemen. So this is a person that's done a lot of bad stuff, right? So this is the worst of this woman. The prophets lie Selim said, a man will be brought forth. And he will, he will say,

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ask about his small sins and hide his large sins, ask about his small sins, and hide his large sin. So it will be said to him, did you do this and that on such a date? Did you do this and that on such a day five to come out of Canada? Did you do this? And not Did you do this and that? And so realize this is a man that's committed about he's committed major sins, but Allah subhana wa tada says, only asked him about the sins let's let's put the major sins to the side for now. And let's just ask him about the salaat about the minor sins. So he's got each one of those minor sins Did you? Did you do this? Did you do that?

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And he will say yes. And a last kind of what I will say to him, for each of your safety apps for each one of your sins, is a reward is a hustler. I'm changing our

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sins into a good deed. So the man with a yellow locker there, I'm going to Ashiya na hoona Ola, but I did things and I don't see it here. I did some of these deeds. I did some sins that I don't see here. So if you connect the narration to the previous narration, the man says I can't blame the angels. I can't say the wrong things.

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Bear with me, every one of these sins is mine. Nothing is missing. I don't really have much good to show for myself. And so now when Allah subhanaw taala says, You know what, I'm going to turn all of these sins into hessa not all of these sins into into good deeds, the man starts to complain and say, you're out of luck, I'm going to share my ohana. But there's some sense of a lot that I did that I don't see written here. And I was able the alum of Thailand who said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lokichar had had that but now I do know that the prophets lie some laughed so hard when he narrated this hadith that you can see the back of his teeth, that the

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prophet SAW some smiled and laughed so widely at the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala upon this man, that you could see his back teeth, his molar teeth solo lahardee he was a lump May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to witness that's my ultimate only. So this is for the major centers of the oma and the profits of alumni. Some such a fat it my intercession on the Day of Judgment is for the major centers of myeloma, it's probably one of the person who abstains from major sins, right one of the person that is guilty in the lung, just for the minor sins, the slip ups here and there and always turns back to a loss of Hannah Montana, right away, right. So like, you know, really perceiving the

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mercy of the loss of hundreds or even trying to comprehend the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala it's really, it's truly unmatched and it's unfathomable because we can't think of showing that type of mercy to anyone else. And so when we hear that the way that Allah will show mercy to the members of this Omen that shows you by the way, the value of La ilaha illAllah Muhammadan rasul Allah that shows you the value of faith. Your brothers and sisters, never allow low faith to become no faith. Never allow no matter how low you sink, do not forsake that card of not enough in the law, Mohammed little civil law, right that's the first card that is the heaviest card on the Day of Judgment

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heavier than any one of your deeds heavier than your labor to other heavier than your soda, heavier than your soul heavier that heavier than all of it is that in a long time that was left don't forsake that card. No matter how low you get, even if you fall, I may have left protect the salt into major sins do not forsake that card of La ilaha illAllah Muhammadan rasul Allah. So this was the proof that even Ambassador de la Einhorn scholars mentioned that allow it actually switch their sins you bet the longest out to him has done that. Now that is on the Day of Judgment. If a person make Toba if a person were constantly alone, by the way, I've only quoted two authentic ahaadeeth

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there are about nine of them that I found that all speak to the same scene would give us different elements and different sides of the same scene. The point is is that that is one way of Tbilisi out. It has a larger switching out the sense for the good deeds. However, what happens when a person taba What am I in the meaning of becoming Muslim like what happens in effect at that moment for them? I will say the history or the level of timeline when he said either estimate for hacer una Islam mogul cannibal la who level could have sanity can have one more here to Anvil kulu segi a tin can as luffa ha from McCann about the daddy Kalki sauce, and has an honor to be Ashleigh tm 30 her ILA sovereign

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immunity, where was the to the myth we have in LA and yet sajha was Allah as origin.

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So this hadith which is an authentic hadith, the prophet SAW the light that when a person becomes Muslim, and their Islam is sound, a lot will decrease reward for every good deed that they did before and the mercy of Allah subhana wa Tada, every good deed that they did before becoming Muslim allies was that will preserve it. And Allah subhanaw taala will remove every sin that they committed before that moment. So So Pamela, even though one of the one of the requirements for a good deed to be accepted is that it's done for a loss of habitat. When a person becomes Muslim, a lot takes all of the good deeds that were done before and it says if they were done for a loss of habitat, because

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Allah will not let that good be erased. So, that good is upgraded to a good that would benefit them in the hereafter as if it was done for a loss of habitat as well and every bad deed that they would have done would have been erased and then the profits license after that said this loss is the reckoning, each good deed will be rewarded 10 Times up to 700 times and each bad deed will reward it as it is unless a lesser penalty to get the dough was on unless Allah subhanaw taala forgives it all together. Okay. So this is the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala once again, and there are so many beautiful incidents, and you got to realize that most of the companions of the Prophet sly Southern

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had committed

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These major sins before becoming Muslim.

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And, you know, as I said, some of them struggled with them even in their initial prohibition.

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And, you know, there's one Hadith that I'll share with you that just shows you

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the beauty of this. There was an old man, and this is an authentic narration The old man with sunken eyes shaken COVID He's an old man and his eyes were sunken. And he came to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam. And look at how he described himself. He said, You have a little love, a man live the life of betrayal, and all sorts of immorality. To the point that Yato Sula, there was not a sin that exists that he did not commit.

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I am a person that did every imaginable sin in the world, the sins that involve yeldon nothing, nessa the sins that involve a person with himself, and the sins that involve other people. There is not a single sin that he did not do. And he says to the Prophet, slice Allah, if you took his sins alone, and you were to distribute them among the whole of mankind, they would all be doomed, like this one person has committed so much sin, that if you were to take all of his sins, and he's talking about himself, you were to take all of his sins, all of my sins and put them

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you know, distribute them across mankind. biLlahi the helical wood all perish. And he says to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam Allahu tilbyr. Like is there any hope for this person? Is there any hope for this person? Well, so the loss of Allah hardy who was some of them, he said to him, a slumped did you become Muslim? He said, As for me, he's a shadow in La ilaha illallah wa Shana Mohammed underwater so he said, Yes, he said, As for me, a shadow Allah Allah, Allah lower shadow under Mohammed, Abu what our sooner. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Allah will forgive you for everything you have done before this, and a loss of hands out, replace all of your evil deeds

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with good deeds. The man said, yeah, this little lump, even all of the betrayal, and all of all of the past deeds and all of the morality out of civil law, all of it all the food or all of that, all that I committed, the profits license, that even your betrayal, your moral deeds, your your, your lack of chastity, everything. So this old man started to cry. And he walked away from the prophet SAW the love on he was on and he said la de la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la. Love a lot a lot. Of course they just kept on repeating this old man kept on repeating this on his way down and some of the commentators say he died shortly after this kind of life so he didn't live long. You

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know, after this, he turned back to Allah Subhana Allah and Allah subhanaw taala forgave him for absolutely everything and a lot of mercy completely blew him away. So what is what are the implications for us? The next iron woman tab? Well, I'm on the hunt for in Abuja to Bukit Allahu metabo but you really want to know what sincere repentance looks like? Whoever repents while I mean assignee, and does good deeds, then verily He is the one who returns to a loss of hundreds out of the weight a loss should be returned to. So the scholars, they say about this a few things number one,

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when a person sincerely becomes to Allah subhana wa tada mouthfeel is there the forgiveness is there a lot forgives them for everything from the moment of their sincere repentance.

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That is an unconditional forgiveness that comes from a loss of kind of what's out.

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But you don't just want your repentance to be a moment. You want it to be a new trajectory. You want it to be you know, you want it to be a new page with a loss of handle. It's either you want it to be a new commitment with a loss of animals, Allah subhanaw taala saying, Look, your forgiveness is there. Your amnesty is there. And think about you know, the how relieving that was for those companions of the lice alum who committed all sorts of horrors before they repented to a loss of time. But I mean, Assad he had, but if you really want to make your repentance good, then replace your bad habits with good habits. Replace the time that you used to spend in doing evil with time

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that you now do good with. I want to know for Pablo the allot of time Andrew said if you are in a place and you've sinned against the loss of habitat, don't leave that very same place. Except that you have done a good deed that can be put in its place so that that place that setting will testify for you on the Day of Judgment, not against you. So lots of contratar says woman tab or I mean Oh sorry, hon.

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in Abuja to Bogota, he, Natasha. And the scholars also say that one of the effects of this is that's why Allah subhanaw taala is not just our food, but I feel one ketene our food one kutiman right there. These are both authentic narrations by the way that in the last two nights alone in a cafe, once a Herbalife of ashwani, for a long time, ultimate in the Capital One carry on to hibel Alpha fire for me, Oh Allah, you are the most forgiving and the most generous, you love to forgive. So forgive me. They say that that's because his ketam Allah Subhana Allah is kidding. He's generous in that, you know, when connected to his repentance, his forgiveness, his forgiveness is full and

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unconditional. His forgiveness is full and unconditional. That Allah subhanaw taala does not just remove the sin, but Allah subhana wa tada is so generous. ketene right, and it's unconditional. And that Allah subhanaw taala in his column preserves your good replaces your sins, deeds on the Day of Judgment

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is completely unconditional and his acceptance of your repentance. Eliza just says well who wouldn't either Yep. But toto baton anybody? Well, yeah, for honestly. Well, yeah, no matter I know, someone might say, but that's not for me. I don't deserve this. I don't deserve this. And Allah Subhana. Allah says, well, whoever the F Manitoba time, anybody he is the one that accepts the repentance of his servants. Well, yeah, for honesty, and a lot overlooks all of their sins. And then a person in their mind might be saying, but you know, I've done a lot, or is the effect of it gone? Am I really going to be completely forgiven? A lot of times I says, Well, you know, myself, I don't a lot knows

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what you do, alone knows who you are alone knows who he created. And the last kind of time those are weaknesses. And the last prints on those are efforts to overcome those weaknesses. And so what's the point to come to, in conclusion and shot lots on the mark, a sincere tilba is whether you have turned the page that Allah has erased or not. So if you're thinking about turning that page with a loss of notes on it, the pages already erased from your sin. If you saw his forgiveness sincerely, but the mark of everlasting repentance is whether you're going to turn that erased page and now fill it with good deeds. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said it tapped into hazlemere

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Quint, what else bear a CSL has an attempt hoo ha ha ha lippy NASA the fallopian has an prophets will allow it was Salim said. Be mindful of luck wherever you are, and follow up a bad deed with a good deep tempo hack it will wipe it out and be put in its place. Well Harlequin us before you can have them and treat them with the best of character treat the people with good character. The scholars say that this Hadeeth in brief here as it relates to this inshallah time then we'll conclude for the night. It tequila hate to my point, if a person is mindful of Allah subhanaw taala wherever they are, then they would avoid the sins in totality, right? mindful sinning. Because you

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know, there's a difference between the slip ups and again, mindful sinning. Tough luck, as the Sahaba demonstrated for us is that you walk through a bunch of thorny bushes and you hold yourself tight to make sure you don't get pricked. Now, inevitably, you're going to get pricked a few times. And what you do is you're going to you know, you're going to hold yourself closer and heal and move forward. Right? So you're not going to jump into the thorns, you're going to heal and move closer and move forward. So they say tough, what is comprehensive was an attitude. Tough, what is not limited to one deed tough what is an attitude and a person should have tough luck with their

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worship, tough luck with their good deeds and since Tough luck with the rights of people upon them talk about with their family tough one tough one is is staying away from evil staying away from evil so it's comprehensive, and that there's an element of tough what and everything that you do. And then a lot of times I says well that's fair to say it's a hazard the prophets licensors but that's where a Seattle has an attempt to half follow up the sin with a good deed. So after you commit the sin, the inevitable sending that you will follow it up with a good deed instead will hardly been asked before looking handsome and treat the people with the best of character that's also

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comprehensive so tough What is your comprehensive means of avoiding evil, mindful evil, with a loss of habitat and with those that are lost pensado has assigned rights to and aligns with john has assigned very specific rights right so being you know, in a comprehensive way, mindful of a loss of hundreds out and the end of this is to be mindful of the people around you. Okay. And in the middle of this when you slip up make sure you followed up with good instead, sorry, by the Walkman or not

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People that are sinless when it gets to a point where they're sinless a by the Walkman or not people that do not commit sins, but a bottom of man are people that take their slip ups and turn them into turn them into new connections with a loss of habitat. So they take their sins and they convert them into good deeds. They take their distance from a loss of habitat and they develop resolve through what they felt with that distance, to make up for it by drawing especially close to a loss of habitat. the bounds of rockmount are not people that are incapable of sin, the Bible rockmount are people that specifically desire a loss, forgiveness and his pleasure and a loss of penance Allah is

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a full one karimun Allah subhanaw taala is most forgiving and most generous We ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah alone in the Gospel when carrying with your head will fire for four and one in the capital 131251 a lot of them in the Capital One carry on to triple f one, five for an awful lot You are the most forgiving and the most generous. You love to forgive so forgive each and every single one of us your brothers and sisters I asked you as I will every night inshallah Tata, please keep myself my family and your the European team members and their families and your do out in sha Allah to Allah and please keep each other and you're out and Eliza Ward's you all accept it from you all

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and keep on striving for labor to others. In the lucky Tyler. There are lots of parents that allow us to be amongst those who observe Ramadan and its totality and who observed later to Qatar in its totality. And they lost parents how to make us amongst those that receive his complete forgiveness. Love them. I mean, does that come along fade on will salam wa Salaam America and Amina Mohammed. And he was lucky as Marian was said Mr. Ephraim