Stories of the Prophets Episode 51 Session 20 Musa and Alkhidr The Finale
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam as for less than m la cama smartlight Allah wa barakato
this is reactors as they will come up to the stories of the prophets. Today we're with Episode 51 and it's session number 2020 talking about Moosa and fedele
Masha Allah says to the mean she's always the first one to log in either come Salah hot lava cat.
So I'm just gonna give a minute for people to join so that we can resume our series, the stories of the prophets, stories of the prophets and today inshallah tada we're going to be
you know, finish it up the story of Moses and the federal Moosa and alphabet of that amazing amazing man, you know that musasa ceram and to undertook that journey, you know, traveling to learn learn some, you know, vital
lessons life lessons from So, in love with data, as soon as you know, more people join so that we can be inilah resumed our session.
Okay, well, you know, what, that is starting shout out to it. So, that we can be you know, just give a quick review of what we talked about yesterday. So, most Sally said that when he was asked, you know, who is the most knowledgeable man,
he said he was I he was him and then Allah subhana wa Taala wanted to, you know, sort of like teach him a lesson and she believed it Sam,
you know, spoke to masala, Salama Musa that in fact, there is another man, there is a man who was more sociable, more knowledgeable than you. And moosari sam wanted to learn from that man. So, she said, um, he did not, you know, like, indicated exactly where he would find him. But it was, you know, a story filled with mysteries, he says, between the junction of the two seas you will not find a map. And then Mossad is Salam You know, he went with his servant, you will shop, you know, traveling for for miles and miles and miles, he said he would not rest he said he would not rest until he he gets to the appointed place. And this is the beauty of you know, the beauty of it is not
like look what's going on here today, let me give you an example and please don't take it you know, personal
sometimes people they log in or they come in whenever they have time, you know,
but for them it is not whenever you have time you attend the lecture. You know, this is this is a problem with the oma today, whenever I have time out attended lecture, whenever I have time, I will log in whenever I have time, I will I will listen you know whenever I have time, for him, you have to give time.
It is not whenever you have time. For me You have to make time you have to give time, right? So Moosa Addison Willard is from the story of Musa
Musa alayhis, salaam, he says, I will not rest until I go and meet this man. And that's what he did, then a, bla bla
bla bla, and I will not rest until I find this man. Right. So this is the dean and one of the etiquettes of him. As I mentioned, you know, I mentioned so many tickets, you know, like sincerity is the most critical element in seeking knowledge. But again, you have to make time for him, you've got to make time for an order you cannot let him come to you. Although now things have become so practical, where you can just log in online and then you know, watch whenever you want and listen to whatever you want, but you've got to make time for him. It is not whenever I have time, it is not whenever I have a spare time, I will listen or attend this lecture or whatnot. No, that's not how it
was in the past. And, and the most that he said, um, he did exactly that was that he said and he, you know, he undertook that journey and traveled and traveled and traveled just you know, he made time. So, we need to make time for him. Not whenever I have time, I will you know, listen, I whenever they have time, I would watch with all due respect, you know, so, this is one of the things that I want to talk about him right. You know, and this is I hope you understand, you know, my point here, so at any rate, Mousavi said and finally he made that man
who's to be a leader and we talked about you know, who you know, is wise. And then Moses said that I want to learn from you
said that you will not be able to learn from me because you want
Be able to be patient with me. And then Musashi Salim said,
he said, I promise you No, I will not, you know, I would be patient, I will be patient, and I will and I should not despise your I should not disobey orders, you know, so they undertook that journey. And the journey was made up of like three types of journeys, it was a sea trip, a wild trip and a country trip, you know, so the first trip was a sea trip where they embarked on the boat, and they know the people who in fact, you know, they did not take no money from them, they just because they apparently they, they, they know, or they knew who I was, they like demand, they just work on them all of a sudden, stood up and started damaging the boat, you know, without thinking most of them
started asking or wondering, why would you damage the boat these people were so nice to us so much so that didn't even ask for money. And then in return, you would go and damage the boat. So we spoke about this yesterday and we spoke about the explanation that was given by Al Qaeda you know that
it happened to be that on the other ends, you know of the because these people they work you know, crop making people cross from one end of the Sea to the other end, on the other end was a town in that town was a ruler, who's a dictator who used to take people's you know, if he sees any boats, he likes, he will take the boat and he will kill you know, those people. So he did cause some damage, right? He did cause some damage, she caused some evil, but he wanted a bigger evil. He wanted a bigger evil and I explained that yesterday speaking about you know, sometimes things may happen to you things that you may think they're bad to you or the the things that were maybe that you did not
expect or things that that you struggled so much for and you made so much effort for but at the end Subhanallah
they did not go as per your liking, right? And then now you don't want and you wonder why you know why this marriage didn't happen? Why the divorce happened, why I lost my job why after all I have given you know, in terms of efforts and and and and and and time and whatnot, and I don't get this what I don't get that and whatnot. So Allah subhana wa tada says, and
what I sent to him OSHA and OSHA, hola como la jolla.
He may be, I don't know that you like something, but there is no cap in it for you. And it may be that you dislike something and there is hair in it for you there is good in it for you. Allah knows and you do not know. So Mousavi Selim, he did not have that knowledge. A lot of zosia, you know, gave notice to all that, in fact, there is, you know, a man, a ruler, a tyrant who kills people and takes their boats. So most
of them would, you know, to ward off that evil, he caused a damage because of damage to the boat. So when they reach the other end, the you know, the ruler was there that tired, but he saw that the bottle was already damaged. He saw that the boat was already damaged. So he did not pay attention to it and people were saved. Right? So this is what you know, yesterday when we talked about the fact that
it is not necessary, it is not a condition for you and I
to understand or to know why certain things happen in life, or happened to us. Why those people who are so good sometimes people they wonder why oftentimes bad things happen to with people that don't you sometimes wonder why and sometimes you ask why only Subhanallah bad things happen to good people and those bad people who are really, really really bad. Look at them. You know, they're they're having a great life. That's what appears to you. That's what seems to you. That's what seems to you, it seems to you that they're having a great life, driving great cars, beautiful houses, beautiful wives or beautiful ouseburn or whatnot, having a great job. You know, so you think, look, look,
they're having a great life, but that's what it appears to you. And then you say what, you know, and then good and bad stuff happens to good people. They always tried one after another, you know, they they lose a job or something bad happened to them or some or some people sometimes they accuse them of things. Sometimes they arrested like use a funny setup.
A good boy. A good man, good boy thrown into the well. A good man thrown into the prison to prison innocent, innocent boy thrown into the well, innocent man blown into jail. He's a good man. He didn't do anything yet. Trial happened to him and so on and so forth. Right. So sometimes, like I said, you wonder why.
Now you may have known Eliza Lin is not to be questioned about what he does. But you and I, human beings are to be questioned when we stand before
Allah azza wa jal, he will question as bad guys, as I said yesterday, there is always hikma, listen to this, there is always hikma. There is always wisdom behind anything that happens to you wisdom from Allah Subhana Allah that Allah is delicious, does not do things or does not do anything except with wisdom and knowledge. He knows, somehow he knows that what you're going through, he knows that which you're suffering from.
Some of you may be, you know, wondering why this disease that I've been suffering from for years, years, I've been suffering from this black magic, or years, I've been suffering from the fact that I'm single, right? All my other friends, they were able to get married, except me. Or some may say, what, after all these years, and then I got married, and then I look what happened, you know, he, he did this to me, or she did to me or whatnot. And then, you know, the marriage happened to be, you know, a failure. Why? Although I'm good, I pray I did. And I did have a disability that why it is not a condition for you and I to know why. But Allah does things off of the knowledge of of
knowledge. And wisdom. I'm sorry, have an element of of knowledge and wisdom in the wisdom means, hikma? Right, so that's we learned from Musa alayhis salam. We learned that from Musashi Sam, from the first trip that's called the citric.
as they know, carried on their journey, as they carried on their journey, they went into another you know, like a wild trip. You know, in the wild, in the wild, they saw some kids playing and I was just like looking for something What was he looking for, and we said, does not know
all of a sudden, found a boy playing with other boys. He just took him and killed him.
Moosa again he just without thinking, because this is something really bad something really like a dreadful thing. You know, like okay, damage in the boat, we we may let that go. But killing an innocent man or another man, an innocent boy, a soul. boy did not do nothing. He did not commit no crime, why would you give him the agenda? shanaka indeed, you have come up with something like a dreadful, you know, crime. And then when you told him, You won't be able to be patient with me, I told you won't be able to be patient with me. But then at the end, he explained his actions
with a metal ruler over
with the hula with the boy,
his parents, they were believers, his parents were believers.
So what happened? Allah azzawajal in his knowledge
revealed to me that this boy if he was to grow up, he will be an evil boy, he will be an evil man.
He would be evil he wouldn't be bad.
So I'll hit that one and he killed him.
Because this is extreme, you may wonder I know a lot of you may be asking him
you know, why why why that if Allah knows why would you know he's gonna kill him then why these people what made these people have you know, may give birth to this boy who was bad anyways if if he was to be going to be killed.
Like I said, number one allies not to be asked he's not to be questioned. But here's what happened. Alfredo came to know Eliza was informed that this boy if he was to grow up, he wouldn't be he wouldn't be evil he will. He will be really bad Batman, he will keep people he would stay he wouldn't be a really like an evil person. So he killed him for two reasons. Reason number one for the his parents to be patient.
After you know if their boy was to, you know, because their parents they were believers, for his parents to be patient to earn Janna number one number two for the boy also as he killed as he died when he was a kid, he also to be admitted to gender. If he was to grow up and be a killer and be a criminal and be a bad person. He will end up in Hellfire he will end up in Hellfire so Allah subhana wa tada gave notice
that this boy if he was to grow up, he will be bad Elijah has decreed.
But yes, let me explain something really important here
in San Jose jamahiriya. This is in three this is no aqeedah in San Jose alone, okay, what does that mean? It means that we all have the choice the free will.
But number two, number two is that our freewill does not operate outside the decree of Allah. What does that mean?
That means I have
The free will to choose. There is something called Islam and there's something called not Islam. There's something called darkness and there's something called light.
Right? There's something called evil, there's something called good. I have the choice to choose which path I want to undertake.
I have that choice to speak to, I have the choice to choose to speak to you right now or to be quiet.
It's my choice. It's my choice to eat,
or not to eat. Right now I have food, it's my choice, to drink or not to drink. It's my choice to stand or to sit, it's my choice. But my choice does not operate outside the career of Allah, meaning that Allah associate in his knowledge, he already knows what kind of choices go I'm going to make.
If you want guidance, Allah shall guide you.
If you want guidance, Allah shall guide you. And also it happens that Allah in His knowledge, he knows whether this person will be guided or not. Let me give you another example. A teacher who's teaching, let's say, and he has been teaching this, these kids that say, he has, let's say, 20 students, and he's been teaching them for the whole year, right? The whole year, his teaching them at the end of the year,
he will have an exam.
So as he is distributing the the exams to all his children, all his students, before he hands out the exam, he tells the first student, you will pass the exam, he tells the second student, he will pass the exam, he tells the third student, he would fail the exam, he would he tells the fourth student, he will pass the exam, he tells the fifth student he will fail the exam. How does he know? Does he know the unseen? How does he know the right does he know? No, he does not know the right. But what happens is this teacher is being with the students for the whole year. So he knows ahead of them he knows those who study and those who do not study. So before handing out the exams, he knows
who's going to pass and who's going to fail, common sense. It's not that the teacher knows the unknown or he knows the MC know,
the teacher does not know the unseen and he does not know the unknown. He just because of his relationship with the students in those who studies and who does not study what he learned metal Allah. So for Allah, Allah knows, Allah knows the truth is that you're going to make before you make them Subhana Allah. So Allah is just he gave you that brain, that intellect to choose to think, but he did not let you like you know astray he sent prophets. He said, and you know, books revelations, so that you have no justification or excuse to say, I did not know. You have no excuse you knew and you have been given the choice to choose. You choose to wear hijab or not to wear hijab, it's your
choice. You choose to pray or not to pray, it's your choice. You choose to fast or not too fast, it's your choice.
If you want guidance from your heart sincerely that Allah shall guide you, because Allah subhana wa tada says, When Medina Xia had to feed Elena in the home, so for those who struggle towards us, we struggle certainly guide them, we shall certainly guide them.
So when he went, and he killed that boy, he killed the boy, knowing that this boy would grow up to be an evil men.
So yes, his parents, they will feel sorry for him. He's a kid being killed, so that Allah zation will replace that kid with a better kid, number one, number two, for the parents to be patient, to have genda number three, for that boy, also to add to the agenda, had he lived? Had he lived to become an adult, he would have become a very bad evil man and go on fire.
This is this is it? You know, so it's not to under to answer or to ask why Allah does certain things or you it's not you know, for you and I to say what initially if Allah knew that this boy will be evil when he goes up, he shouldn't even have given birth to him and his branch and even have given birth to him. If Allah His plan was to give them a pious son, then don't give him this evil one. Give them the pious child and then be it has done so. He didn't have to kill the boy.
That's how it works. I'll give you an example. Sometimes, you know, some Pamela, some people they wonder or they ask, you know, is it permissible, you know, because they've been told that this baby in the womb of the mother, he wouldn't be born with some with some
you know, they tell them the boy will be born with it, you know, we will that boy will have some, you know, some some
I wouldn't say malfunctions but you know some some health problems such as you know brain problems or you know, paralysis problems or whatnot and indeed let's say indeed the boy is no no is born with those disabilities
I've seen so many disabled sub Pamela sons and daughters. And the parents are so patient with their with the you know, that disabled bit you know, son or daughter and some ham Allah, that disabled son or daughter turned out to be half with a no go to YouTube
there are some, some some some people some Allah D can even speak, they're all paralyzed. their mouth is everything specialized, but so behind Allah, Allah made them have the RM there is some people know their stories, stories on Facebook, they they they're insane. They're insane. They really like the mind. They're like, you know, 11 but when they come to teach our children, and they memorized Oh, Hong Kong, and they are brilliant. They are geniuses, geniuses. There's the story of this Egyptian boy is a man now, right? He is Myskina insane. Yeah. And he cannot you tell him? What's your name? He laughs at you. blast it.
Go check him out on YouTube. What's your name? He laughs at you? How old are you? He laughs at you. muskies that is insane. And then you tell him sola to batara. Page Number Five was the first word. He hit right away. He tells you the first word and give you sites.
He tell him
so that nissa start from page number 201 start from the middle and he will go right it's like a it's like a computer in his mind. A computer in his mind. He goes direct to it and then he starts you know, not by looking no no memorizing the whole plan. But you ask him anything else?
He lost it he's miskeen he just laughs Hey laughs So Pamela
if the if I didn't see that with my own eyes, I wouldn't have believed it. But go to YouTube and then check out the Egyptian you know disabled habit versus I think that whatever it is, but you can research it and you can find it.
So Allah Xhosa made certain kids are certain people let's say disabled, made them paralyze made them this but he gave them something else. He made so many people blind he took the site, but he gave them other other skills, other talents.
So sometimes we will they wonder why you don't know only Allah Allah subhanho wa Taala why so that boy now that habit now not only he will be admitted to Shana his parents who strived and struggled and made a lot of efforts and patience to go through, you know, a kid who doesn't even know how to go to the washroom. He doesn't even know how to go to the washroom they have to take him to the washroom he's not a kid now he's a man and they have to wash him after going to the washroom that's how disabled and and and vandalized they are yet that same boy or girl have become let's say a half and genius in
you and I don't know but Eliza knows.
So Heather he explained
this bit to move Sally Sela that this boy if he was to grow up he will be evil man. So we killed him.
So Allah Xhosa will replace his family with a righteous son.
Okay, that was number two.
And then they went into another trip a country trip in that country trip with MLG dot O Canada, Canada with a mania team Nev Medina when they found that wall and then you know, they they wanted these people who are not hospitable and they asked if they could you know feed them and the people were in or refuse to feed them because they were very stingy people. So unclear they found that wall and then he asked Moosa to help him fix the wall and after they fix the wall moose I wondered why didn't you do it for some money at this we could have taken some money right and and then buy food with it. So what
Alfredo he explained
what I'm managing,
mania tea mania, feeling Medina
What can I
work on abulhool mouse on your heart or this is one of my favorites. This is one of my favorites, brothers and sisters. He says
He says, with regard to the to the wall is that wall
belongs to two boys who are orphans, all right, and their need that that that that that wall was a treasure Ken's therefore can attack the who can swallow home and eat that was a treasure. If that wall was to remain, you know, broken, that treasure would be exposed, and those orphans will lose their treasure. So a lot of social gave that knowledge to, to build that wall on top of that, you know that treasure so that when the kids grew up, they will go and get their own treasure that the father left for them and not what I should have said. He said, What can a blue mouse on your heart or sister Fatima? Sister Fatima Ronnie you have two kids? You have two boys Mashallah. And, and all
of you out there who are listening, you know this and what what Allah says there what Ghana, Abu Masada and their father was a righteous man. What does that have to do with the story?
what that has to do with the story of the building the wall, the wall belongs to two orphans who used to be you know who to orphans and their that all was a treasure that their father left for them before he died.
And the father was a good man was a righteous man.
So because the father was a righteous man, Allah subhanho wa Taala saved that treasure for the boys, a lover,
a lover, a lover? Because the father was a righteous man, even after he died, Allah subhanho wa Taala sent someone
Allah sent someone.
Allah sent someone to save and to preserve the treasure for the kids until they grew up.
I believe in that.
Yes, I do travel for lecturing for work for conferences.
And I say yeah, maybe I did not leave nothing for my children. In terms of wealth. I may not have lived in anything.
But but I'm trying to serve people. I'm trying to serve people. I'm trying to be righteous. So that Allah subhanho wa Taala if I were to go, Allah would send someone to serve my kids.
And I my message to all the fathers out there and to all the mothers out there is the same lesson.
What can abou Masada and their father was a righteous man and the father he could mean also the parents,
the parents, if you mom and if you that if the fathers and mothers if you're righteous that's all you can give to your children inshallah who died.
This is really extremely important. What kind of a boy who Masada had this, you know, under underline 1000 lines, you know, underline you know and and highlight it with red and and green and yellow and you know, enter an underline it
what kind of double homicide and the father was a righteous man.
You if you are a righteous person, that's all you can do for your children, regardless of how much work you have or don't have,
have or don't have.
Because if you are indeed righteous, Allah subhanho wa Taala and I sincerely believe in this, Allah even if you're gone, Allah subhanho wa Taala Hannah will send someone to take care of your children. Alfredo told Moosa what kinda abou masala for Allah buka and your Lord wanted to save that know that treasure for them.
And he said at the end when I fell to Emory, he says, I did not do this off of my own head. Yeah, and in my own, you know, thinking it is only Allah who have told me who has told me what to do, or he has instructed me of what to do. When I fell to anomaly I did not do this because you know, I went and I killed that boy because I wanted to give the boy when I went to the I fixed the wall because I wanted to fix the wall. Or I went and I and I
damaged the boat because I wanted to damage the boat. It was inflammation it was in which Allah has given me has revealed to me so I went and I did with the permission of Allah.
So sisters and brothers, be righteous if you want to save your children.
One men some handler
he came to see
the Sahabi this companion right so when he went sisters and brothers listen to this, I'm going to end my talk with this inshallah
he went to see this man who went to visit the Sahaba forgot the Sahaba his name, the companions name. The wife of the companions said that he is in the he's in the mosque. He went to pray, but
to the message, because he wanted to talk to him.
But then he found that the man after pairing both he stayed in the masjid and praying and in the Sahabi state in the masjid, praying after praying.
And his son was in the back of the measured waiting for his dad.
The son was in the back of the measured waiting for the decimal when the man came in asking for the Sahabi is the sunset he is still praying. So he sat down waiting for him waiting for him waiting for him.
way after the whole,
when the Sahaba finish to say the Sahaba He finished the Salah, he came out. And then that man came I came to ask you a question. I came to your home, your wife told me that your other dimension.
So I came to, you know, to the masjid. And you were still praying everybody left but you're still praying. He said listen to what the Sahaba said sisters and brothers. Do you want me to tell you what the Sahaba said?
Do you want me to tell you why the Sahabi you know why that companion was praying extra prayers?
Or shall I make it a cliffhanger? Shall I make it a cliffhanger? Why the companion was praying longer after after everybody left. Everybody was gone. Except that you know so having that companion who is still praying. You want me to tell you why.
Aveda and, and melody they said yes. But not live. Yes. Yes me. How about those of you on Facebook? You want me to tell you why? I can tell you why.
Those of you on Facebook like more Kane and Cameron and Lula row you want me to tell you why?
Gamal no cliffhanger. Everybody's begging, no cliffhanger. No cliffhanger. All right. Here it is. Here. It is no cliff, Enoch levy type, I promise.
He said no, no, no, no. He's talking about the sweetness of Solomon Kane. makani. It's not the sweetness of Salah. No, it is not that. He said, I did my prayer the Hello. I did that. Right. He says, He said the extra prayer I did was for that boy that you see there in the back.
I stayed longer and longer. Why did I stay longer? All my time, staying longer and praying was I was praying for my son for Allah to guide him. I did that for him. Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. I did it for my son. I was making the app for my son.
I was making the app for my son
that's why I stayed you know longer. That's why I stayed later.
That's why I stay there.
Right I finished my stuff a long time ago and I could have gone home but I stay longer why because of him because of my boy because of my son.
So I'm told the moose and he set up what kinda abou Masada and the father was a righteous men.
And the father was a righteous man. This is why he's because his father their father was a righteous man that a lot as though Jen wanted to save that treasure for the kids when they grow up because they will often
allow wanted to save the treasure for the kids when they grow up in sha Allah, they will use or they will utilize that which their father has left for them.
So as I said, my brothers and sisters, those of you who have children or those of you in shall love I think it's our children. Maybe the only thing that you really can do for them is you've been righteous. You've been righteous if you are a righteous sister, if you are a righteous mother, if you have a righteous husband, inshallah Allah subhanho wa Taala at some point in your lifetime, at some point he will guide your children and he will somehow know how to add up you know, save them and he will send someone that you don't know all you may know that will take care of your children after you're gone. Well, light will light a lie Xhosa will send someone that you know or you do not
know after you're gone to take care of your family and to take care of your children.
Alrighty, bye bye
Brothers and sisters, is this the end of the story of Musa his setup? No, it is not the end of the study of mortality center. No, Moosa hasn't no it's not over yet. He's still with us about
his they're still giving him hard time. He's still preaching and preaching and preaching. And he's still you know, you know, having having difficulties having gone through hardship, go into a lot of obstacles, with very slowly.
So what happened?
What happened? In sha Allah hutan on my dear brothers and sisters, we will talk, you know about Moosa unbedingt. Slide one more time. And that time it is the story of the cow. The study of the cow and what does the cow have to do with the solar to Baqarah the chapter and cow in the end? What does that have to do with it anyways? brothers and sisters in sha Allah who tada? Yes, you know, I didn't you know, I thought that I wouldn't be able to finish the study of Moosa. But there's one more thing, there's one more thing that I did not talk about and I did not want to miss to talk about. So we will talk about this in sha Allah who Tara next week, next Friday, that will be the grand finale.
Next Friday. It will be Mussa grand finale, we will be done with moosari sam Sharma who, Tara next week, is that Camilla hair for coming is that come live here for attending. Those of you on Facebook, thank you very much. Those of you who have come in late, those of you have come in late. Please go back and watch the other sessions. Remember what I said about knowledge. Knowledge is not about you, you know, whenever you have time, I'm sorry to say that knowledge is not about you. Whenever I have time, I would log in whenever I have time, I would attend the lecture. Whenever I have time. I would I would respond. And whenever I have time, I would go to the masjid. No, and it
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