The Stories of the Prophet Episode 50 Session 19 Musa and AlKhid
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session number 19 talking about Mussa and no huddle. So, Episode 50, session number,
session number 19 talking about moussaka so please allow me to give a minute for more people to join so that we can resume inshallah tada our our session bead Nila.
Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala
one more time.
Welcome all to the
to the stories of the profits series. This is episode number 55 zero 50 lecture so far 50. In our session so far as part of talking about all the profits, and today it's session number 19. Just talking about Moosa had a setup yesterday was talking about Moosa and the federal that that journey with you know, most analysts,
when most analysts to them, he he was asked if he was the most vulnerable man on earth. And then most of them said he was he said, I and then Allah subhana wa tada wanted to teach us a lesson as to why he attributed knowledge to himself, rather than attributes, attributes in it to Allah Xhosa gibril, came to Moses to them and told him that
there is a man who's more knowledgeable than you. And, and then once I wanted to learn from him, he wanted to learn from him. So he gave him like a, like a very strange tip. If you want to meet this man, you have to travel. And you shall meet him by the junction of the two seas, the junction of the two seas. It's a very again, very, it's a mystery. The whole story is filled with mysteries, you know, meeting this man And who is this man? And why do we have to travel that far. And then he doesn't even give him any location. But other than the junction of the two seas, they are in fact two junctions of two seas. There is one in Sudan and there is one in in near the Red Sea. So it's
all again filled with mysteries But anyhow, Musashi said I'm undertook that journey with his servant, you know, you shall know noon and moosari Sam says wife parliamo said if at the hula hoe had the abdomen behind and then Moosa told his servant that I will not rest until I, I, I know reached that that they know the junction of the two C's and meet that man.
And as I mentioned yesterday,
to the choir or to acquire knowledge to acquire knowledge,
you needed you know, three main keys, you know, we talked about persistence, we talked about, you know,
humbleness, especially towards your, your teacher towards your chef. And then the last key, which is the very, you know, most important key and the most crucial is sincerity. Sincerity is the most important key in acquiring knowledge. So, at any rate, Musashi said,
you know, he went with his servant and then, of course, he told his servant that you know, to carry some
like a meal with them and that meal was in a form of a fish, you know, carry fish, you know, cook it and then put it in this basket and let's just and let's, you know, and let's try to undertake our journey. And then once they reached, you know, they traveled for miles and miles and miles, they stopped by, you know, they stopped and no to rest. They sat down on a they sat on a sofa on like a rock, and then after some time they you know, again, they resumed their journey.
Then again they felt hungry. So Mossad is set up to have his servant after you know, after you know in traveling and but under no but they were they were very tired and hungry he says no that's that's good some you know let's get something to eat and then the servant told Mossad he said oh I forgot it Where did that forget it I forgot it where you know where we said you know earlier buy that sucker up in in a sisterhood you know he says I forgot the host I forgot the fish. But when we were sitting by the by the rock and that was the key you know Moosa I said them you know, when he you know when, as you believe told him, you know that you will meet him by the junction of the sushi two
seas, and there will be a man sitting You know, there will be a man there, and he gave him that hint, the hint is something that has to do with a fish that you will lose that fish. So, most I said, I've got that hint and he says, we have to go back again. That's what we're supposed to meet that man and that man brothers and sisters is, is a is a is a again another mystery Who is he
said that his father is a prophet is a prophet is the a messenger. No, he's not a he's not a property. It's not a messenger, Allah subhanho wa Taala taught him some knowledge, that he did not teach Moosa and he did not teach, you know, prophets before him either, you know, he taught him some random, you know, some knowledge of the unseen, about certain things that were to happen. And then Mossad is set up was to meet this man to learn some, you know, some knowledge from him. So he was not actually a prophet. The only thing that we know about him is some hand a lot. He met moose up, taught him some knowledge, and then he left disappeared. He we don't know where he went. We don't
know where he died, where he's buried. We don't know nothing about him other than he met Moosa at a cinema, taught him some knowledge and then he moved on with his, you know, with his life. Well, Long Island again, and Allah knows best we don't know anything else about this man, at any rates. Moosa when he went back, again, he took that Sahara, the junction of the two seas, he saw a man sleeping covered by an overcoat, something green, maybe the LMS said that maybe that's the that's the that's why he's offended because in Arabic handle means, you know, green, there's two, maybe there's two statesmen see are the opinions, one opinion that says his name is incredible, because he was covered
with that, you know, green overcoat, that was one one. That was one opinion, there was another statement that says that, in fact, this man is righteous, that you know, this is filled with blessings, whatever he walks, you know, and passes by a land or a field that is dead, that field or that land turns green, that field or that land turns green, so that's why he's called alpha low data item. So he saw him sleeping, found him sleeping most at a salon with all you know, showing all respect. He sat down, waited for him until he woke up. And then when he woke up, he said, uh, Salaam Alaikum. This is Musa say Assalamualaikum and then
he replied, Why they can sell them or why they como Salim will not be allowed because Salaam of moussaka Sam, and what kind of peace you know, what kind of peace is it in your land? He's talking about Egypt again the Lazarus I thought him you know, this this element is knowledge that yes, in Egypt there was this man you know, found out he was a dictator, he was an oppressor he enslaved people he caused a lot of you no harm to them and what not so he says well under the Arctic is set up there is no there was no peace in your land or Moosa
said, I want to learn from you.
I want to learn from these what I'm here for. I want to learn from you.
Man, and who are you and Musa
Musa from begusarai? Yes, I'm Musa from Benny sly.
What do you need? What do you want? I want to learn from you. J to Allah moment, I came to learn from you.
No argument. No.
No, no questions asked.
The man says you won't be able to learn from me.
You will not be able to learn from me.
The men said I have one condition. If you want to learn from me.
You cannot ask me any questions. Don't
argue with me. And don't ask me any questions.
And and then Moses said, I shall, I shall be patient, such as you do need inshallah. Whoa sabella Why don't I see the camera, I shall be patient, and I shall not disobey you. I will follow your orders. I shall follow your orders, and I shall not disobey you and I shall be patient. So, this is what we talked about so far. Yesterday, my brothers and sisters and today inshallah Allah, we shall resume, you know, our journey with Moosa and they'll handle this story, I'm sure you know, a lot of you may have heard of it, it's insalata cap. It is filled with lessons life lessons, there's a lot of amazing lessons that we can derive from the study of moose and affetto Alright, so again, you
know, I welcome all of you the sisters and brothers from is to grant those of you on Facebook and know and let us start inshallah hota.
Moosa as I said I'm undertook that journey. And this journey will be in three kind of like three forums, the types of journeys, three types of journeys, he will learn, you know, the title of Allah zildjian. And this is why I said we can relate to the story a lot, Moosa will learn about the decree of Allah, He will learn about the title of Allah subhana wa tada and he will also learn about to learn to be pleased with the, with the order of Allah subhanho wa Taala All right, he will learn to be pleased with the query and the decisions of Allah subhana wa Tada. So, he will, they will undertake a journey and the journey, you know, they will travel, it will be three types of journeys,
there'll be a journey, a like a sea trip, the first journey would be a sea trip.
And the second journey will be a wild trip and the third journey will be a country trip, you know, so, in the in the sea trip, they will they will meet some poor people and in there they will be a tyrant another tyrant another very you know, oppressive kink. So, that's the first trip the second trip he it will be a wild trip where he will meet some Shabaab he would meet some some youngsters and in the third trip, it will be a country trip where he will meet some some, some some other type of people who will
who will require some help from Him as well. And again, some really amazing amazing beautiful lessons from all lessons to mothers business to fathers lessons to brothers and sisters, sons and daughters. You know, the the the this this this trip is filled filled with amazing lessons. So, let's start in Sharla. Hello, Todd, from toddle off again one more time Fanta. And I mentioned yesterday in Turlock, in Tahlequah, you know, interlock is like when you they set off, but interlocking Arabic is normally used when when you depart in you know, in a very hasty pace, you know, like, like, you know, those runners, the runners when they're about to depart, and we say in
the lap, you know, on a plane in in Tallahassee or in Tallahassee in Turlock, you know, it's something that that involves effort and, and haste and so here is really saying, you know, he's using the term in the lab from Tahlequah because they just traveling together to seek knowledge. Moza is seeking knowledge from this man. So Allah is legit is using, you know, this term in Filipino, they embarked, they embarked
as they reached the ocean
there was a boat, they needed to cross to the other side.
So moves up a little he pointed, or he pointed to a pointed to a boat.
There's that boat there, we can use that boat to cross to the other side.
So they stopped.
The those people that were you know, the workers there you know by the boat and by the sea there, they stopped they as if they know moves our as of they knew who it was.
And they used to if you were to cross from the other side from one side to another, you have to pay a fee. You have to pay a fee. But they saw Moosa and they saw you know,
and they refuse to take money from them. They refuse to take money there was so kind of a second people working you know in this
Boat having people to cross from one side to another four feet. Right? So they saw, they saw kind of as if they knew each other or they knew who I was. They refused to take money from him. So they embarked on the boat
as they were going and Moosa was you know just again the condition was Be quiet don't ask no questions so he's not asking no questions
they're not asking no questions embarking as they settled in the ship or in that boat, as they said settled
as soon as they settled
or stood up
as they you know, now they're they're they're they're sailing in the middle of the ocean
and and Heather stood up and started you know, with with an axe or something started hitting the boat and breaking you know, like causing some cousin harm to it to the boat causing damage to it not harm damage to it. So he started like,
you know, hitting it with an axe or whatever you know, and causing damage to it.
Moosa now he's wondering
is it all what is this strange you know act What
are these people who are so nice? First and foremost they were so nice. They didn't even you know want to take money from us. So instead of being grateful instead of being thankful you take the x and then you try to damage their both while you're doing that, you know, so he went you know, what, fun tada or
either lucky baffi Safina de hora or her father
Tanaka had either lucky batteries stuffing the hot
water or hot up to honey to
look by the dash a and in our as the settle in the boat again took some you know some action started you know damaging the boat. And then you move Sally said and said how you start you know you scaffold that that you know the boat to join its people. Why are you doing this? Why you're causing damage to this boat to drown these people very you've committed a dreadful think very you're committed a dreadful thing this is a is not a good act. This is something something bad while you're doing that, you know, the people who are nice, didn't even refuse to take money from us and and you're causing damage to drown them.
Upon in just stopping imma usambara Did I tell you you won't be able to be patient with me. I told you to be patient right and you promised that you Be patient. I told you not to ask no questions. I told you not to disobey my you know, to disobey my orders and just just to watch and listen, and at the end, I will explain to you what I'm doing but don't ask no questions. And I'm awkward. Did I tell you
then Moosa he forgot.
Musa forgot. He says con me not to account for what I did. I forgot he called me not to account for what I did. I forgot to ask you the needy man see? What a total HIPAA Neiman Emery universal law. Don't call me an accommodator or to account for what I did. I forgot I did promise you that I will not ask no questions. I did promise you that I will not in fact these will be your orders. But I just forgot so please don't mind me. Don't mind me.
But Moosa was an all star nanny. He was wondering why why did you do so? And why did you go and damage the boat, but I didn't tell him anything. They came down from the Safina. They reached the other end, you know, eventually
fundada and then they started walking this out walking around, walking, walking. And is it as if he's looking for something?
He's just walking in Moosa is following him? You know, quiet, not asking no questions, but he's just walking and looking for something is looking right. He's looking left. He's looking right. He's looking left. And and moose is behind him. All of a sudden, found some kids, right? And then he goes looking at them one by one, one by one. And then he let them you know, he just goes check with the first kid that he checks with the second kid that he goes he's looking for something. What is looking for most
There's not no right all of a sudden he found a kid from amongst those kids. He found one took him and killed him
it's a huge crime. The other crime was maybe a little less of dreadful than this crime right? Less of dreadful you know damaging the boat babe Okay, fine. But killing a boy an innocent soul and innocent boy not even a man you know? A boy miskeen you know so innocent.
either not be
mostly Danny told him and then when he found the boy, he killed them. Then Moses said, Alcatel turnips, Kenya.
Did you kill them sucky yet? How can you kill this innocent soul?
And localup indeed you have. You have you have done something really really really dreadful really bad? How can you kill an innocent life?
Oh, then I can look up in the colonoscopy is about one more time I told you. When I tell you you will not be patient with me. You won't be able to be patient. I told you that. And I kept on telling you, you won't be able to be patient with me.
Yeah, but this is this is strange.
Yeah, and you're looking for something okay. And then you find a boy. And then you get a boy. I had to ask.
I had to ask, but Forgive me. I'm sorry. If I were to ask you any more questions, then I shall depart and I will leave you alone. Right I will not you know, accompany no more.
But Moosa is in all Moosa is really troubled now you kill the boy you damage the boy because you damage the boat but killing a boy and innocent boy innocent soul
innocence like he gets on the radio that's
believed in us you kill an innocent boy a man that does not commit any crime right? Yeah maybe if you committed a crime All right. But he didn't commit any crime other than absence that he has to bring us legit a Luca no come from income income means you know, this is really Yanni IDs of all ideas about what you're doing.
But look at it says, I've told you, you won't be able to be patient with me. Then once I said at the end, well, I promise you now. I will not No. Hello, this is my last chance. Just like strike one, strike two, strike three. Strike one, strike two, strike three. If I were to ask you any more questions for latos law have any demos or says or sell to
find out hey Benny, I developed I mean, Neil
you gave me too many excuses. You gave me too many excuses. So if I were to ask you any more questions, I will leave you alone. I will no I will. I will set off I will no longer you know follow you. So last last chance. lushness.
palapa again from palapa one more time and then they embarked from Tanaka
had either an apology or tinnitus but and then when they reached a Korea they were traveling traveling traveling the rich of Korea they reached a village in that village, they were people
that were actually
not hospitable people Mussa and
they were hungry. So they asked if they could be fed if they could if somebody someone could you know welcome them and and and and maybe you know offer them some food
but these people were stingy people bacala they were stingy
they refused to feed them they refuse to help them.
So Heather and Moshe you know, sell off and then they went back no walking again.
I'll set the sound a wall a broken wall, a broken wall. And then he called me says Mossad come help me. What come help me
by Moses helping to help him do it. Okay, we need to fix this wall. So they started fixing the wall, just a wall, just any wall just a wall, right? But this wall was broken.
So, Cosmo samosa, come help me we need to fix this wall.
And then most I can remember and I'm not gonna ask you questions, but okay. So he helped him he helped him and they fix the wall.
And then how does they fix the wall and they start off, Moosa said. These people they were so
stingy, they were stingy, we were traveling. We ask them for some food. They refuse to you know feed us they refuse to help us out. We should at least ask them for money for fixing this wall.
Color no shade
If you wish you could take some money for fixing this wall. Right? Take some money but at least we if we have some money, we could buy some food. These people were so stingy. They were not generous. They were not would come in, right? They were not hospitable and then we just fix something for them. So why don't you if you like you can just ask them for money for fixing this wall. We could use that money and buy some food from them.
bought a few more beanie why bienick
selling a bill Kavita weenie man, I'm just thought that he saw them all. He said this is the end. Hello, I gave you three chances and three strikes. You failed all of them. You promise that you won't ask no questions and you kept on asking. So the last time you said if you were if I were to ask any more questions, I shall set off I will not longer accompany you. So this is it has that feel of obeying? You obey Nick, this is the filler This is our time of tell us you own your own. I'm on my own. Let me before I let you go Let me interpret what I have done to you. Now that means you're but let me give you the reasons let me give you the explanation of everything that I have done. But
before you go before and after that cut us we're off you're off I'm off. But before you go, let me explain what I have done.
Now they went back into the Safina ama Safina
Emma Safina What do they got to the boat with regard to that ship?
what happened was it there's there was this in this land that we went to there was this dictator
this oppressor, right this oppressor and that oppressor he used to take people's boots? Right and he would kill them? enable because you know this, this this just to see there isn't you know there's a see and it's a you know this town happens to be you know, by the by the seashore. So what happened is a lot of low boats, they come in and come and go but this king, this ruler of that particular town, you know, if anybody comes with you know a nice boat, he will take their boat and he will kill these people, those people he would kill them and take their boats. So I damaged the boat. I caused some damage to it.
But to ward off a bigger evil that was to happen. That was this is why I did what I did. I did what I did because I got some evil Yes, I did cause some evil I did cause some damage to the boat. But I wanted have a bigger evil that was to happen. Imagine if we were all to be to go there that kink will come the router will come and see our boat. We had a very nice boat, he will not only take that boat, he will take that boat and kill us as well. So I got some damage to it so that if he was to come and see it, or this is a damaged boat, you know, I will just let it go.
What lesson do we learn here?
Sometimes you wonder why certain things happen.
But Allah subhanho wa Taala some times, yes, there's evil, there's a little harm. But that little harm that happened to you Subhana Allah was to ward off a bigger heart. Let me give you an example.
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hadden is married, been thrown in the desert with his wife with his mother has up. Hadn't Ibrahim hadn't he left them there. They will not be no Zamzam. How is married was a baby. Ibrahim told them come, right. We talked about this in the story of Ibrahim. So Ibrahim told you know he took her job and her baby in the midst of the desert and he loved them. He loved them. You know, thirsty, hungry. That's hard. That's very harmful. Right? So Pamela, hadn't they? You know, hadn't they been left there is she wouldn't have come and Jimmy wouldn't have hit the ground with his wink. And there would not be no Zamzam.
It's Matt he was there with his mother and he was crying the baby was crying and and Harsha kept going between a suffering mother war between a softball mother was seven times in a walk in between the Safar model. Its man was crying because you were thirsty. He was hungry, and then Geminis came down and then he hit the ground with his wink, and then sprang out Zamzam
If he was wasn't, you know, if if they were not there they would not be no Simson. They will not be no safarnama if it was not lived there, they will not be no suffering. By the way, if use of Elisa Lam if use of it, Sam
was not thrown into the into that well, right into that. Well, it's hard. Yes, it's hard.
If use of Allison was not long into the well, you know, they he would not have gone to Egypt. And he would not have saved the Egyptians and the world after that when he the king saw the dream.
USA Friday system was thrown into the well. So somebody would find him from that well, and sell him into the markets of Egypt so that he can save the Egyptians afterwards. Pamela, can you see what's going on here? Hadn't you know Ibrahim saw that dream to sacrifice his son, they will not be able I've had today, because Ibrahim had saw that vision to sacrifice his son
to sacrifice his son and then his son, he you know, he admitted he approved of whatever his father you know, that dream that he saw. And then he came willingly
for his father to sacrifice him. They passed the test of Allah subhana wa tada change that sacrifice into a better sacrifice. Today we have a daughter. So sometimes I'm trying to tell you here brothers and sisters, sometimes that there is harm that could happen to you. But rest assured that the harm that happened to you was towards a bigger harm. Maybe an accident happened to you.
You were driving to go to an interview. And you you had an accident. Maybe that accident happened to you, you know, saved you from a bigger accident saved you from something worse that was to happen to you. You did not know it. You did not know it. Allahu Akbar, you did not know what was to happen. Allah knows what's to happen. And Allah saved you from something harmful that was to happen and you don't know that. So he you learn something beautiful, you learn only da you learn to be pleased with the commands of Allah, you learn to be pleased with the orders of Allah, you learn to accept the orders of Allah, however, you know, it happened. Maybe you went through divorce. Maybe you went to
you lost the loss of a baby, the last of us have a son a loss of a of a of a wife of a husband, that loss of a job. But yeah, it's a harm. It's a harm, but Allah subhanho wa Taala Did that happen with his knowledge to save you from something more evil that was to happen to you? I'll give you an example. A beautiful story, a beautiful story of this Prince, this prince who used to have his right hand side man, you know, who was a very wise man and that wise man used to say always pray inshallah, inshallah, everything is good, inshallah. Everything is great. inshallah.
So, one day, the prince, you know, he cut his finger, and he lost his finger.
He, you know, his finger got imitated. He was really, you know, under a lot of pain. And then, as he was under a lot of pain, he's, you know, his right hand side, man. He's helper, Simon. He says, It's okay, that Sharla and the prince was so angry. He was so angry. He told that man, what do you mean here? What do you mean good. I lost my finger. And it's, it's it's harmful. It's painful. And you tell me. He was so angry. He, you know, he threw him in jail. go to jail. He threw him in jail. He was angry at him. He put him in jail. So the man said head in Sharla hair. It's all good. It's all here. It's all good.
And then it happened that that Prince every Friday, you know, he goes out into the forest hunting. That day. He went on his own. He went by himself. As he went into the forest huntin, there was some people there who used to worship, you know, idols, they used to worship fire, they used to worship You know, things. So they they caught him. They did not know he was a prince that they didn't care. They caught him to offer him as a sacrifice for their gods. So as they were about to throw him into the fire as a sacrifice to for the gods, they realized or they noticed that they had a missing finger. Because he had a missing finger. He was not be fitted to be, you know, offered as a
sacrifice as a sacrifice for the gods. So they set him free.
The Prince of how Allah He remembered that you know his friend his his
Right hand side man that that wise man who told him, it's all here. It's all good. You lost a finger. It's all good. It's okay.
Although something hurts and painful, but it's okay. So he went back to the palace, and he called him. He brought him back and he told him the story. He says, Now I understand why you said it's hard. I was going to be thrown into the, into the fire, I was going to be killed. I was going to be offered as a as a sacrifice to the gods to their gods. And then because they realize I had a missing finger, they set me free, so it's all good. But when I sent you to jail, you said it's good. It's half. What's in jail? What is hair? What is good in jail? You know, it's filled with, you know, it's dark, it's maybe snakes scorpions, it's it's, you know, it's bad. What's happened? He says, you
know, what? Hadn't you throw me in jail? I would have gone with you hunting. Yeah. And both of us would have been caught. And because you had a missing finger, they would have thrown me to the gods as a sacrifice, they would have thrown me so that's why it's all here. It's all good. You see some handler, it's all good. had I gone with you, you know, how Didn't you turn me in the in the in jail, I would have gone with you and I would have been the one to be thrown into the fire as a sacrifice. So at the end, it is all good. So my brothers and sisters, the essence of the story. The wisdom behind the story is whatever sometimes harm that you may be going through, you know, there is always
hair. There is always hair in it. Moosa at a salon, he saw a lot of causing damage to that boat, but he did not know that in fact, there was a bigger harm that Allah subhanho wa Taala was to save them from Moosa he did not know but Allah azza wa jal he sent that knowledge you know or he informed with his knowledge he revealed it to us, but he did not reveal it to moose out he revealed it to ahead of but he did not reveal it to Musashi he said and so Allah subhana wa tada you know, save them Moosa, he did not know that he did not have that knowledge that was to happen, that there was a kink that there was this router that there was this tyrant who takes people boats and and he and he and he
kills them right? He so he did not know but Allah subhana wa tada revealed that knowledge to al Qaeda knew something that Moosa did not know this is why as you believe, he said, I've told Moosa, there is a man who's more knowledgeable than you.
And who says I want to go and learn from him. I want to go and learn from him. Now, what did he teach him? He teach him to accept the command of Allah Xhosa. What else did he teach him? Brothers and Sisters on Facebook, brothers and sisters on Instagram. What did he teach him in the first trip? What did Moosa learn in the first trip other than accept?
Accept the the pattern of Allah
accept the color of Allah whether you're going through marriage divorce, a son who's driving you know crazy, a loss of a job health problem health now you maybe are sick suffering from sad suffering from Blackmagic suffering from this or suffering from that you know, so there's always had an editing that was to happen to you there's always fail. Right? So what's Moosa? To learn here? Yes to learn patience, show that more gain to learn patience, true what else Moosa learned from the first trip
to wait to see the hikma in every situation. Now, you know, you may not know sisters and brothers, we may not it is not a condition for you and I to learn or to know why certain things happen certain ways need to understand this. You and I need to understand this, it is not a condition for you and I to know why certain things happen. It is not a condition for me to know why that marriage didn't happen.
It is not a condition for me to know, after all the efforts that I have exhausted or exercised, right, you know, and at the end, I lost my job or at the end, I she refused or the parents refused that marriage or her parents refused that marriage or this or that. No, it is not an obligation for you and I to understand why certain things happen. Maybe you will learn at some point the hikma the wisdom as to why certain things happen. Maybe in some time in the future you will learn but it
is not necessary for you to learn. It is not a necessity for you to learn. No. But like I said, there's always hikma in everything. There is always wisdom behind the decisions of our last panel, because my brothers and sisters before Allah social does anything of everything. There's always hikma and isn't two things. Two things hikma and in knowledge and wisdom, alone, he does certain things. He does them off of knowledge and he does them of wisdom. He does. He doesn't do things in vain that Hashem Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala never does anything just in vain. Just for the sake of doing it. No, there is always hikma and there's always in Coronavirus.
A lot of pain love. A lot of people lost their jobs. A
lot of us love the last day No, maybe some loved ones. Look at the economy. Look at what's happening. Yeah, a lot of people suffered. It is evil. It is bad thing that happened. But there is hair in it. There's a lot of hair in colonna. Now. You may say hey, really this good in Corona. Of course, of course there is good in it. Although it seems that there's a lot of bad there's a lot of bad because people lost their jobs because the economy went glass because a lot of people died because this because that but there's also a lot of good in it. There's a lot of hair in it. And we learn this from the study of masa and affetto
we learn this from the story of Moses and
we learn to to love our families. We learn to stick to our families, we learn to go back to Allah subhanho wa Taala whenever something you know was to happen to us we'll learn the value of prayer in the massage and
we learn the value of praying in the mosque you know in some countries out of countries Muslim countries like Morocco enter today the most have been shut down since Corona imagine
months eight nine months mosques have been shut down at this in Canada in the US in some countries, they have opened up the mosques with some restrictions right in some Muslim countries until today the messages are closed as still shut down. People spamela they learned the value of going to the mosque people who didn't pray they started praying imagine Remember last ramadan ramadan all of us prayed at home right? Loma Prieta home because we were not allowed to go to the massage it the first time I've done where people will do it in their homes. The first time I've done with people all of them ever went away and did homes with their families, even from the end all the houses Mashallah
the majority of the houses Muslim houses they finish the habit of prayer and during the Ramadan well you know during 2020 ramadan Coronavirus, Ramadan, Corona Ramadan, now, people who didn't pray started praying people who did not answer the media and so many good thing happened because of colonna
will learn this from the story of Moses Addison.
Yes, my brother's the first trip. Learn to accept the will of Allah. Learn to accept the and be pleased not only to accept it.
Not only to accept it, to accept and be pleased with it, to be pleased with the order and the decree of Allah Subhana Allah with that, right. So my brothers and sisters, this was the first lesson that most I learned and then
was to explain again what happened when he killed the boy I don't understand why you damage the boat. But you killed a boy. An innocent boy.
Why did you kill this innocent boy? A
lot of us sometimes wonder.
Yeah, and he
if this boy was to be born handicapped.
Why Allah Xhosa was to cause so much pain to the family of having a baby who's handicapped. A boy or a girl who's handicapped.
Why Allah azza wa jal Yani just doesn't do it.
Don't give them Don't let them have, you know, birth of an handicapped boy. or, or, or
give them you know, let them have Birth of a
of any safe and healthy boy healthy kid.
And then here's the baby who's born and after his birth, innocent, he dies
and then you wonder
So now most is wondering
the boy What did he do? He was just playing he was just playing with other boys you picked him up you know he took him to the site you kill them you kill him that's a enormous you know crime
a rendus crime
Why did you do so? Why did you build that wall and instead of asking some money from those people right, so that we can eat at least right you know, buy some food. Why did you just you know, fix that wall without asking you know for money in return? Why why why?
We will learn more about that in sha Allah hotelera tomorrow be a vanilla tomorrow my brothers and sisters will resume our story with Mossad
and Alfredo inshallah tada there's so many lessons to be learned so many lessons that we can relate to so many lessons Yes, that you and I can relate to.
Things that sometimes don't make sense things that people oftentimes you know, ask as to why why why? So here is why do we have to learn why do we have to know why no, we don't necessarily have to know why. My brothers and sisters but there's always hikma there's always good this is maybe in my summary you know there's always good behind everything that happens to anyone. There's always have it inshallah so tomorrow be in the llama business sisters would come back and resume our no story Moosa and the federal is that common law fair? Thank you so much. My dear brothers and sisters, thank you for joining tomorrow again, six o'clock Same time, same place, Instagram, Facebook.
Tomorrow will be Episode 51 we have reached a milestone. Today we've reached a milestone and that milestone is Episode 55, zero 50 lectures, all of them are saved on Instagram, on Facebook and on YouTube. You can always go back and watch them in shallow data. Thank you sisters and brothers Thank you sure that I met more King you know other brothers and sisters from Facebook. Those who minister grabs this to the mean and and the radar and the melody and everybody else. Thank you for joining. Thank you so much for coming along. May Allah bless you all said I want
to see you tomorrow. We'll see you tomorrow. Six o'clock pm eastern time. Don't forget tomorrow I will end the story of more Sally Sara, you don't want to miss it. Tomorrow. I will end the story of Moo Sally Sarah. Alrighty. Is that Camilla at Monica coffee calm by the way Moosa when he dies, where would he be buried? What would Moosa do before he dies? What would he go?
Because the Prophet said that all the prophets have that has did Musa do HESH did Musa go and perform tawaf? We'll talk more about that inshallah. Tada. Tomorrow inshallah Zakouma here. Thank you so much again for joining. Thank you, sister, Fatima, Kareem and Cena and everybody, everybody goes on Instagram and on Facebook. We'll see you tomorrow Sharma loopnet. Thank you Baraka FICO said mid call center America.