Stories of the Prophets #19 Lessons from the story of Yusuf 2

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smilla Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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The others as you would come, you're off to the stories of the prophets. Then shall love We are with excuse me, Episode Number 19.

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Still with the study of Yosef arisa

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and just give as usual a minute or two for more people to join

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and become more Kane and Helen and then also homophobe and become

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thank you for all joining is Camilla Helen was Elena Sima. Oh, she's back after a long time. No See? And she gave me what I consider and what are all those people on Facebook and those on Instagram when it comes set up my father kettle as well. Thank you for joining hamdulillah lahoma can handle all the wind great. I hope you're all doing great as well and shala This is episode number 19 with the story of use of it, Sam, yesterday was a preview an intro today we're gonna you know, resume that preview or that that that

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that

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intro and then move on to the Sharla the guts of the story is Neela All right. So Mashallah people are coming in strong today Mashallah.

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Should we start? Yeah, let's start Bismillah

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Salaam Alaikum one more time of not late Allah but a cat or the others as you one more time with common you all to the stories of the prophets, nation builders. And today in sha Allah with the ANA is with the story again lessons from the story of use of Elisa Lam. As we

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you know, talked about load bla he wrote Jacobian is hack and then we move to the story of use of Allah His Salah

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Yesterday my brothers and sisters I gave about 1010 hardships that we learned from the study of use of a center 10 types of hardships use of them had to go through Alright, y'all have a similar tell me I gave you guys yesterday 10 types of hardships I need to know if you people been you know paying attention taking notes. So who can start? You know shoot Neal Hill up similar tell me the 10 types of hardships I mentioned 10 you know, types of hardships that use of them have to go to so the hardship of prison Okay, they have a chip of hatred from his family and envy. Alright, that's number two. So two so far. How many more

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live in the family? I live in the family that's number three.

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What else? What else?

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revanche do the well yes five slavery. Yes.

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Slavery during the wells they have read? Yes. What else? La La Jolla all of you Mashallah hardship of power Mashallah, that's a good one. Yes. Yeah, we mentioned prison Noel already power. Yes, power, hardship of power. What else Facebook?

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Good shazzy Alas, and temptation, very good lust and temptation. You know, that's a very, very big, you know, tough hardship to go through being a minister that's in each area. That's the power now forgiveness, a power perspective. Forgiveness is a very big hardship not to go through non contradictory if Mashallah, Eric if it's been taking notes contradictory? Yes, it goes through from one up to a high tone up to one high been accused in his chastity or you are being accused from for on his chastity on his on his honor. Are you that's another that's another

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mission that that's another minute or another hardship that you had to go through. A lot was Sam. So let me repeat them to you inshallah, for those of you who are not and who just joined, maybe or were not there yesterday, let me repeat the 10 types of hardship that use of Ra psyllium had to go through.

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We talked about the hatred and envy from his, from his family, his family, you know, his brothers in a plot in his brothers plotting, you know, malicious actions against him. His family leaving his family and how old was he when he left his family? I said the historians they say I'm a facility they said 12 years old, around 12 years old.

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When he left his family

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number three, when he was thrown in the, in the well, it was not the word actually when he was thrown in that bit because we in other bits called

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Liam, and there's a difference between him. And between bit in Arabic, you know, in English, they just say, well, but in Arabic, there's a difference between the two. So he was thrown into the ilium. And the M is deeper and darker, you know, than the than the bit. So that's number three, number four, slavery. In its own, he was a slave and a servant. Number five, and the temptation and lust, you know, from the women, from the wife of the Minister of Egypt, those women who cut their heads will try to seduce him. That's that's a very tough hardship.

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There's, there's another man a decision decision when he was thrown into prison. That's another mission. And that's another hardship and he stayed, you know, for over seven years, you know, some say in jail.

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The honor when he was accusing his honor, falsely accused, in his honor,

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mission that Aloha, you know, when power and prosperity, you know, and he had power, you know, when he became the minister himself, he had money he had wealth, and also the missioner of the trial or hardship of an apple forgiveness, forgiveness, it's a very, it's a very, you know, tough hardship as well sometimes should He forgive his brothers who threw him into that, that young and caused him being thrown in prison caused him slavery caused him pain caused him a lot of a lot of a lot of pain. And last but not least, the pain of or the, the,

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the hardship of the contradictory hardships, the country tree, hardship means he goes from 111 hardship to another, like one high, and then one up, and then one high, one down one high and one down, you know, he's, he's in the he living happily with his family, he goes down into the well comes back, leaves in the paddles, goes back down in prison comes back down, up, you know, becoming the minister. So there's so many things you have to go through so many ups and downs. So we talked about the three types of patients as well, without we learn from the study of use of halys setup, three types of patients, patients over disobedience, and patience over obedience, and patience over

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empty that hardship that the types of patients will learn them from the story of yourself and a set of patients when he had no obedience, he had power, he had wealth he had, what should he do with that wealth? You know, when his family when his brothers came from, from back home, and he had to give, you know, and help, you know, so so that was in itself. That's the patience over obedience, patience over, in general patience over these obedience when he he's a he's a messenger, I suppose to them. When this lady she tried to seduce him and he did not fall into her trap. That's, you know, you go through a lot of hardship. That's a very, you know, the patients that are very tough patients

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to go to when this beautiful and by the way, you know, this kink or this minister, do you think he's going to marry any woman is not going to marry any woman. I'm sure this man must have married one of the most beautiful women of Egypt at the time there. You know, he must have married one of the most beautiful women in Egypt, because the story of us have happened in Egypt. In Egypt, right. So So this woman, I'm sure very beautiful. Who in the history of the the, the the salon in yet. They they say her name is Lily, ha. You know, they say her name is Alicia. That's her name, who you know they had Iran happen to be any in some in some stories from the Islamic Viet from Venezuela. They said

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that she she became more

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religious and she believed in the messenger of Yusuf Ali Sarah, and then she married Yusuf Ali Sarah, you know, but this is also only from the slight idiot with us she married him or not, Allahu taala Adam

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You know, it was said in this I remember the same you know, I learned this in Morocco when I was taking my stomach studies

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used to finally see them after he married her. But again, this is nothing, no sound authentic from our head. It It is from the Islam aliette that use of you know, he, he told

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his wife, you know, so later on

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Who used to love him? So she still loves him? She you know she she's the one who tries to seduce him. But she became so much, much more religious into the deen into the love of Allah Xhosa. So he told us if I asked her what about me what's where's my right Where's me? Where's my time? You know you're not giving me as much time she says shall hi Jenny Hello Bobby and hope Becca Yusuf Shalini hope Bobby and hope we can use and become more of become more like busier with the love of Allah, rather than your love or use of any more most of my time has been given to Allah azza wa jal, rather than you use of juggling your football, rugby and have bigger uses. So they know the patience over

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these obedience. That's the second type of patience, and then assemble on an empty lap. The third type of patience is patience over trial, patience over you know, tribulation, patience over adversity. It's one of the toughest, the toughest,

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any the toughest type of patience when, when he was thrown in jail, you know, when he was thrown in jail? That's a you know, that's a very tough, tough patient. So let me ask you some more questions, brothers and sisters,

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which patients would be more beloved to Allah as their wishes?

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Whose patients will be more beloved to Allah, let me ask you, is it patience when he was thrown in jail?

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Or the patience

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that he had to go through, you know, from from, you know, from burying what that wife, that minister that wife, you know, was trying to seduce him, you know, over and over and the women, so which patients was, you know, tougher for him or which patients was in fact, more beloved to Allah subhana wa tada a sublime decision being patients when he was thrown in jail or his patients

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over the fitna over the fitness app, you know, other fitness classes the trial of azeez the wife of azeez

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hmm

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Is it the patience over a patina if patients over the the prison or the patient's over mousing

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over sin

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over disobedience, so we have one patient patient over you know, if you see that in a patient's over a trial because that patience you know, over a trial is you know, been thrown in the in jail is over trial versus the patient's over disobedience.

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Over a lot of people are saying this fitna, a lot of people over say over the women over temptation over the fitna over almasi over almasi yes

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a sub mahasi

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Why Why so you are you go You're all saying this obedience pay But why?

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why his patients over the disobedience, you know was tougher than him Why? And which is more beloved to Allah. But why disobedience? Why harder to control easy to get ah the fitna the other way Emanuele Mr. Kane over the woman the Alaia Yella Shazia, why why?

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Patience over tribulation

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versus that patient over that you know the the fitna. The fitna is your to fall into fitna yet you control it. Um

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interesting.

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A similar either marassi TRT Adi, listen to this.

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Love those trains, huh? Listen to what I'm saying here. Listen, listen. Listen. The one who resist Hmm, absolutely. Okay. What's this? A sub animasi is TRT. What does that mean?

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Patience over these obedience.

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It's voluntary. It's, it's it's by choice. Right? He had the choice to commit that sin with that woman. It's his choice. But he refrained. He restrained himself. He controlled himself whereas the other patients he had no control of right. The patients too.

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be thrown, you know, in in jail. It is He had no control of

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but but you know, he was thrown in jail, he has no other choice. But the other one, he had no choice. I have a choice, you know, but he restrained his choice. He stepped on his soul. He stepped on the back of shaitan he stepped on my RC he did not commit where as you serve was really handsome, really handsome, very young. If you were to look at all the characteristics, he could have done it easily. Very young, energetic, powerful. The stranger, nobody knows him if he was to do it, who knows him, he's a stranger in the land of Nobody. Nobody knows it. And also he could and he, this woman, she's also very beautiful. Number four, number five, he could have married her and he could

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have become the, into himself the Minister of Egypt. Yeah, and he had so many choices that actually are more if you were to look at it, you know, more in favor of committing that Masia that sin, but he restrained himself. So that type of patience is definitely tougher and harder and more beloved to Allah subhana wa, Tada.

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Somebody who's a decision on some of our other beer, all right, which one is tougher? Which one is more beloved Allah, for instance, is it the patients when he was thrown in jail, or patients when he was thrown in the well?

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Because when he was thrown in, well, he had to go to patients as well. He was 12 years old. In that, well, the I need the young, the young man, that pit you know, shirtless and scared and terrified. So which patience is tougher for him?

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Which which patients is more beloved to him?

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Let me rephrase the question. Which patient is more beloved to use of being thrown in jail or being thrown in that in that pit that well?

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Ah, Yella when he was thrown in the well Shazia said the well Who agrees we chose Yeah, and who agrees with Layla data also says the well

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Hmm How about you guys on Facebook, sisters and brothers on Instagram the world as you've said the well Heidi just said prison baleka hearts in prison

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and the more Kane said the Mashallah the more cane she said the M i like that

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i like that instead of the Well yeah, I like that.

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So I have about three people

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I have three people saying

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a prison for people saying saying four people saying prison and I have only about three seen seen or three yes or no 4444444 seen the well or the because I can call alright well let me tell you let me tell you which is more beloved to use of deceit from his brother's painful reality ah so haha deceit from his brothers and paper reality by by him it's all good. But I'll give you the answer from your suffering. He said Amazon you know himself when he says up he said you know a horrible lie on him my drone any way let us go lm tech ship and Nikita Hoon?

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dd? He says Oh Allah istj No, I have Bo Na Ma a drone any day. Oh, my lord. jailed is more beloved to me than what they're calling me for.

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Jail is more beloved to me. So those of you who say prison, it is more beloved to him to be thrown in prison than you know than falling into the fitna or you know or the old ban have been thrown into the well. Let me ask you another one.

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As a summer, a summer

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vacations.

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When he had wealth, when he had power,

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or patience

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with the fitness of the tribe of as he's

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the fitness is the fitness of the wife of azeez

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or the fitness the trial of power and prosperity

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which is tougher

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Which is tougher,

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which is harder which is most beloved.

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No patience when you have wealth and prosperity or patience when you go you know go into the temptation the fitness of an Aziz

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hmm

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wife of azeez Shana said Shana said wife of azeez Layla says tried with azeez National. Yeah.

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The Trump one as he is because that's beyond him. He had no choice right in the fitness men fitness, Mel you know the power you know, it is a feat of like I said yesterday when the Prophet Mohammed is awesome says I mean how wonderful are the affairs of the morning or when he's when he's faced with something good. He shows praise with Venus he shared he shows thankfulness and something good, you know happens in off of it for him. And then if he is faced with something bad he shows patience and perseverance and something good will have would come out of it for him. Yeah. And he whether he's faced by something that is good or he's faced by something that is any not good. They believe in is

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always a winner. So now you know when power in itself you know wealth in itself is a fitna is a is a is a is a trail from Allah subhana wa tada and you need and you need lots of patience. But then you have the fact that as is the fitna when as is is really tough when the fitness of women you know of that very beautiful what not only that beautiful woman, that beautiful woman, plus the other women, I will tell you about that story of this other women not only one not only to imagine you honey, all these women, they all want a piece of Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo,

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yo and you pampering yourself it you know what bhambri name, yo, yo, yo, Joseph, Joe, Joe And oh, by

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the trial, the trial so as you understand it is it's a tougher, it's a tougher type of of trial. So my brothers and sisters, hardship,

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hardship.

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Really, when you go through hardship, let me share something deep from my heart to you.

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When you go through hardship,

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it is Subhanallah something that from inside it makes you soft.

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And makes you want to be close to Allah Xhosa

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go into hardships softens you.

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Or sometimes it hardens you in life, because you learn more lessons from life. But in terms of you as you as a human being,

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I'm talking about the midst during the hardship, not outside of the hardship outside of the hardship. Yeah, you mean become hard because you learn so much from your hardship.

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But during the hardship when you lost your job, or you go into divorce, you know, you lost a loved one. People who who are people who deceived you, you know, you're going through this this deception or Yani, during that moment, that moment, you'll become soft, because you're hurt.

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And you know, your heart becomes softer. And in that midst of that, you know, of the fact that you're going through that hardship. So Pamela, you want to become closer to Allah. You want to pray? You want to make a Doha you want to go to the masjid you want to miss pmla why because you go to that hardship

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you've been thrown in jail or thrown in jail. I'm soft I'm heartbroken when I pray more

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isn't it

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make sense right?

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And

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and during this hardships and sisters and brothers

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yes blessing in disguise Mashallah hardships are blessing in disguise. I like that. That's it, hardships are blessings in disguise, during this hardship, during this distress, my brothers and sisters and during this adversity, you need to perform a bad because you have no other choice other than performing that a better and that a better is called patience.

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Right? That a better is called patience. So during hardship or adversity or distress,

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you have to perform a battle of the heart and that a battle of the hearts that worship of the heart is called patience and perseverance.

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You have no other choice that being patients and of course, along with patience, you're going to pray more you're going to make more

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as Allah subhanho wa Taala says and Salatu Yunus

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is, I must say in Santa Ana de gente de alto Eman aka Ada phenom aka chef Namah

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Lamia, Drona, Casa de casa de Muslim in America and

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when a man is hit by some sort of tribulation, I must count since this brothers and sisters listen to this because this in fact,

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this, this brothers and sisters,

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really it we can relate to it. We can relate to it or you know people who can relate to it. What this idea that I just recited from surat Yunus, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, When a man is hit by some sort of adversity, by some sort of tribulation or pain, the honor, he will call upon us he will invoke us

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reclining parliament, standing sitting is always there any at every possible occasion he's making that he's invoking Allah as

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people come in the car, please make the affirmation please make and you see them in the machine more.

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It may you see them in the machine, the more they come and they pray more Subhanallah they don't miss Allah no more because they grow and go into that tribulation. So you see them more and more and more as Allah Subhana Allah says this in the Quran, the average MP out

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whether his reclining whether the his sitting whether he's standing is always invoking a resolution that Allah Subhana Allah says, for that matter.

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And then when we alleviate his pain, when we alleviate his distress, maraca alemi Drona Murcia

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he passes by, he moves on,

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as if he has never been hitting by any trial Illa Illa country relate to this house after, after finding that job, after solving that problem,

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after solving that problem,

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after you know, finding that job, after marrying that girl, after marrying that boy,

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after after, after, after, after, you know after a handler you know, recovering from that sickness. After recovering from that disease. maraca Allah Mia Drona Illa Domine masa he moves us as if he has never been hit by any trial he forgets about Allah Xhosa, the whole country, a lot of people relate to this, we can relate to this sometimes during pandemic, you know, I can relate to this even during this pandemic bubble sisters, before the message during the when the mosques had the lockdown. Everybody wanted to come to the masjid people wanted to come to the ministry. So it opened up right and they saw people you know, they registered they will make sure they come from the comfort of

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Asia, they will come in they will come in they will come in and after a few weeks, the attendance went down again.

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After a few weeks, you know, they were so excited messages are open Yes, go back Run, run run through the misery they will not miss it. And after a few weeks, all that excitement, or that z or that passion people not missing first of all I remember the machine was packed for further although we had the you know social distances but people who used to register but now after a few weeks.

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So Pamela we relate to what Allah has already seen. So my brothers and sisters during adversity during times of adversity and hardship, really we need to perform this a better called patience because we have no other choice. And my brothers and sisters, we learned it from the story of years of brothers and sisters. I have another question.

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I have another question. Why? Use as father Yeah, cool. Jacob did not interpret the dream to his son yourself.

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Because your son, he went to his dad and he told him the story yourself. And so then he went to his father, and and I'm gonna, you know, every area I'm going to stop in Charlevoix at that area, and then, you know, and and try to, you know, drive lessons from that area. You know, I will go back to this. Why did he go to his father, you know, so I was talking about this as well, but I want the answer to this question. Why his father was a prophet. Yeah. Well, Jacob did not interpret the dream to his son us.

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Yeah, but he

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had Ashoka cabin. Yeah.

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rasakan Canada, Washington. Someone come on over at home. Lisa GD Oh, my father. I signed my dream in my vision. Levin coca 11 stars.

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The sun and the moon later on, we understand what it means by the 11 stars and the sun and the moon, all prostrating to me.

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And then the father said, Yeah, boo Daniella, Taka solo. Yeah, Carla. Oh, my beloved Son, don't narrate your dream. Don't share your dream with your with your brothers.

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So he understood it. He knew it. But he did not interpret that to his son. Why? To predict use of nassima to predict yourself predicting from what? Because he was making him strong to learn a lesson making him strong in what way Amen. Khadija because his brothers will get jealous, yes, but why? He could have just Yeah, they would it would have happened anyways, right? It will happen, it will happen, he will tell him that this is what will happen. 1234 This is what will happen. But he did not interpret that dream to him. Why?

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Why?

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To protect yourself. Why? Because he was making him strong and learn from shaitan. Why?

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No, no.

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But this is he did not want to damage his spirit.

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Laila, that was his spirit, and it was against down. I would I would, I would tell you something that would relate to what you said, you know, but I will tell you something that would relate to what you said, No, no, listen up, listen up. Listen up sisters and brothers. He did not, in fact interpret the dream to him to teach him something called token

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to teach him something called terroir. And token means put your trust in Allah

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versus tawakkul. There is a difference between in Arabic between tawakol and tawakkol. tawakkol means dependency

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dependency, you know,

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I depend on on so and so you know, going to work and bringing food to me or I make tawakoni I'm gonna sit here and then wait for Allah to to Blair to provide for me because Allah is the provider. So I'm gonna sit home to wait for Allah to provide for me. Right? So no, in fact, that is called tawakkol there is not there is when you go and seek the means but put your trust in the Lord of the means in Allah subhana wa Tada. So he went to teach him what he wants to teach him you know, to put his trust in Allah Xhosa use the means. Use the means and put your trust in Allah. He did not translate or they did not interpret the dream to him not to make him think okay, this is what

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happened. I'm just gonna wait for it to happen. I'm just gonna wait for them to throw me in jail. I'm gonna wait for them to tow me in the in the in the in the pit. I'm gonna wait for them to do this. I'm gonna I'm gonna just it's meant to happen. Right? It's meant to happen slow. People say this today, or it's meant to happen. Now it's meant to happen. But that does not mean that you should sit and wait for things to happen.

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Right? You have to do your bids. I can let him know. Exactly. So this is what I'm saying here. His father wanted to teach him the concept of putting your trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Right.

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Brothers and sisters.

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A beautiful note here. Just a beautiful side note. A beautiful side note.

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Your Safari he sent him. He says he went to his father just like Ibrahim and his sister went to his father and he says yeah.

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Betty in the

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shower can Cabo Shams I want to say God. Yeah.

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Coca

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Cola, Coca Cola. Shamsa one tomato at home. Nice add. The father replies. Yeah. boonie

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Yeah, Bernie. Yeah.

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Bernie. Yeah, Bernie. Yeah, Bernie.

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You're gonna fit do nakida in shape on it.

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Maybe the father calls his son. The son calls his father. Yeah, Betty. Yeah, Betty. And that's the son calling his father. And then the father calls back his son. Yeah, Bonnie. I have goosebumps.

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Yeah. Yeah, buddy. Yeah, buddy. Yeah,

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buddy. You

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Yeah buddy

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shaka laka what's shumsa Welcome to nice add yeah pony.

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Remember if at all he he brought him with his father yeah I bet he yeah I bet he but his father did not require money but that is married when his father you know so that dream Ibrahim when he saw that dream slavery yeah munia in the film and me in the lighter in the Elephant Man me yeah boy yeah boy Oh my beloved son I saw in my dream

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I saw in my dream that I am slaughtering you. Yeah bhulaiyaa in the

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barn

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Satoshi Dhoni in Sha, Allah who mina savini one more time, a father calling his son Yeah, boon a, oh my beloved son and the son calling his father or my beloved father. So his use of with his father Jaco, he goes to his dad calling him all my beloved father. Because in Arabic, you just can't say Oh, Abbey, Abu in old Abbey, right in Arabic, but here he says add Betty.

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Betty. In Arabic we say Ebony, Ebony my son. But here he says yeah, boo ne Yeah. boonie in a in a form, belittling form, you know, to show more care to show more gentleness and to show more love. It shows the type of relationship happening between yourself and his father yakko.

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Brothers and sisters, when you have a problem, do you go to your dad, those of you whose dad is still alive? And those of you whose dad has passed away May Allah azza wa jal shower His mercy upon them when you have a problem. Do you go to your dad? And tell him Yeah, Betty, I have a problem.

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Sisters and brothers. When you have an issue, when you have a problem, when you have some sort of difficulty, do you go to your father and say oh, Betty.

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No.

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You don't? Yes.

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It shows that type of relationship

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between the Father and the Son

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and it also shows how caring the father was

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how caring the father was Mashallah,

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Mashallah some people Mashallah

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it shows your any also hit commit of the father

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because when your father shows wisdom, you're going to go to him more

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but sometimes it could be that the Father is so busy out of this world

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he doesn't give time for his children

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he couldn't be that sometimes fathers are so busy with the world

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lacking you know, precious time valuable time with

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you know, his children

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because his main concern is just about money.

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Or it could be that the problem is

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from the child from the son from the daughter

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not giving the father a chance

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to come forth

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right.

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It could be both

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you don't talk to him

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maybe you're not giving him a chance. Yes Your father. Today my daughter she was really upset

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and her mom got upset as well.

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How'd you people taught me if you know French could I could you know I could

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I could make more money I could work I have better jobs because when you speak French and English you know in Canada you can you can you know you have better up you know, you have better opportunities and whatnot. But then you know this is okay.

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But then the moment that also upset.

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We sent you to France. We hired it all.

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French

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teachers that were teaching you tutors, you know, we spent money on them and stuff, you know, we did a lot of things from our system times kids don't see what the parents are doing.

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And my sisters and brothers, the parents can only do so much right, they can only do what they know. And they can only do what they what what, you know, sometimes their ability and beyond and more of their abilities and capabilities. But sometimes our children don't see this.

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So it shows the kind of relationship sometimes that needs to happen, you know, the Father, the parents, they need to show that hikmah that wisdom but also the children they need to give that chance and that are they for that love, that Henan that that compassion towards their their parents.

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And also we see the Father doing something amazing when his son

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when his son, now imagine the son comes to the dad use of course the his dad, Jacob Jaco, to tell him I see this dream. I see his dream.

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Dad, I'm confused. And the father says, Oh, my son, don't

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don't share your dream. Would your would your would your would your would your brothers would your siblings. Does that solve the problem for yourself? No, it does not solve the problem for use of yourself though still thinking maybe he's more scared. What does that mean? You know, the father does not solve the you know, does not interpret the dream but he only tells him Oh, my son, don't share your dream with your children, with your with your siblings with your brothers.

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Why?

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But what would the father do after that? Oh, the father will do something amazing after that.

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The father Jaco, he will do something amazing after that.

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Yes, he will tell him about shape and

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he will tell him not to share, you know, the dream and he will, you know, related to the shape on why shaitan that's number one. Number two, he will come up his father because he knows his son now. He's, he's scared. He's confused. But he will do something to comfort him.

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He will do something to comfort him and he will do something to give him some reassurance. The father, he would do something to give that reassurance for his son. What is that? What would he do?

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What would the apple do? What would Jaco say? Oh,

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there's more. There's more. Because tomorrow inshallah Tada. We will officially start with salt Youssef inshallah.

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Hey, this is a hardship for you. This is a hardship for you, right you know, the contradictory patience I'm taking you up, I'm taking you down. I'm taking you up. I'm taking you down. I'm taking you up and taking you down.

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It's a hardship for you. It's a roller coaster up and down. What's going to happen we haven't even started but tomorrow Sean lozada will officially start to Mashallah will officially start with the seed of solid use of insha Allah tada going with use of a sedan. These have been just, you know, little previews, an introduction to sessions just on introduction on the story of use of any setup, right? Two introductions of almost you know, 45 minutes each yesterday and today only talking about the introduction of the story of use. And tomorrow shallow title will officially start that in sha Allah Tada. Right tomorrow inshallah, we will start with that evening. So, those of you who have

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come in late you're very late. We're done. Is that Camilla Hey, brothers and sisters. What is it in between ego and

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ego is enough? ego It is enough in Arabic, right? In Arabic, you just call it you know, neffs you know, but it's the it's in English. It's called the ego. Right mobilizers of God two sisters and brothers. May Allah bless you is that Kamala Harris Baraka lofi come to Kamala, those of you on those of you

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on on Instagram on Instagram, those of you on Facebook, may Allah bless you all is that Kamala hair? Those of you on Instagram baccala faecal May Allah

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bless you and may Allah azza wa jal

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and bless you and the end reward you back. Hello FICO. Hi, Camilla. I hope to see you all tomorrow inshallah tada by the coffee already. Is that gonna lie? Somebody come up my Facebook. Is that going to Russia by somebody?