Quranic Gems – Juz 15

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Allah instructs us to never utter a future plan or action without adding “in sha Allah” (if Allah wills). Unfortunately, we use this expression loosely or when we are not serious about going through with a plan.

Juz 15 [Quranic Gems] – Nouman Ali Khan


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Assalamu alaikum Quran Weekly, we have reached the halfway point the 15th Jews were in so little calf, and I shared with you the 22nd and the 23rd I art of the surah. Actually not the 23rd and the 24th, out of the surah. And these are soldiers about to phrase in sha Allah that you and I say all the time, Allah says, Well, I told him, don't you dare say about something in the file and vatika that no doubt about it, for sure, man, I'm going to do that tomorrow. Don't say it about anything like anything. Don't say I'm going to do this in this in the future. For sure, man, I got it, I got it, I got this. I got this insha Allah, Allah insha Allah, except that Allah wills, that I'll do

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this for sure. Except if Allah wills that's the phrase that you should say, I'll do this if unless Allah wills otherwise. In other words, I have full intention of doing this. And the only thing that will get in the way, if Allah His plan is different from my plan, that is not under my control. That is the intention of saying, in sha Allah, Allah insha Allah, unless Allah actually wills otherwise. Now when we say inshallah, we say, I will do this, if Allah wills, we say it in the positive sense to, if Allah wills, this will happen by making my commitment. But you know what we've done? We've taken in sha Allah as the ultimate religious, I'm probably not going to do this translated in sha

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Allah, Hey, brother, you come into the program? Yeah, inshallah.

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Are you going to be able to make the deadline inshallah, inshallah, you say twice, it ain't gonna happen. It's just not gonna happen. So we've turned something that's supposed to be a recognition that the future is not in our hands into something that's saying, I'm not responsible. I'm not responsible. And that's a joke. That is not how it's supposed to be. Muslims will move for him either. How do they fulfill their promises? When they make them and if and when they get into an agreement, they stick to it. So if you have an agreement, you cannot just use in Charlotte to say, well, that's my way of saying, probably not, don't do that. Don't use in childhood like that.

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However, you should use it in the correct meaning and with correct belief, and what is that, I'm going to do my best to make it to this meeting to this appointment to the class. And the only thing I can't control is that we'll have a look. Because if Allah decides there's going to be a storm tomorrow, or my car's not going to start, or I'm not going to be healthy enough to wake up. I don't know any of those things. That is the mercy of Allah. But to the best of my efforts, I will do this. And you know, and if you show laziness on your part, I didn't put any obstacles in your path in doing what you said you would do. And then you turn back and say, Well, I guess I didn't want it to

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happen, then you know, and Allah knows that you're playing games with his word. And this is not something we should do. This is not something we should do. So when we say in sha Allah, it is not an acknowledgment that this might not happen. It is only an acknowledgement that things ultimately are in the hands of Allah, but we will do whatever we can to complete our word. May Allah make us of people that respect the phrases that we use everyday like Alhamdulillah, like in sha Allah like istockphoto Allah, and we use them in the way that they're supposed to be used, especially in sha Allah, especially when it comes to your future, you know, obligations and meeting the expectations

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that you're supposed to meet barakallahu li walakum wa salaamu Alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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