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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah He was so happy he was a limiter Sleeman kathira en la COVID-19 am Baba, rubbish rally sadri SLE Emery melissani f Cody, my dear brothers and sisters in Islam Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu
Welcome to Episode 24 Season Two blast from the past Sierra in the 21st century. Today we will be completing the hitter of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam up to the point when he reaches Medina and then diving into the lessons and the lessons will cover today's session and tomorrow session. Tomorrow session is the final session, inshallah, Episode Number 25. Yesterday, we left Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in or in terms of the Syrah that we discussed, we reached the point whereby he was being looked after by the tribe, no one has been one but even out and in particular, in particular.
This place was or this
this tribe was situated in Coburg, that's where Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam was, and in terms of this particular tribe, Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam was settled in particular with a person by the name of Khufu a been
confirmed, even had them This was an old elderly man, and he decided to be a host of Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and allowed Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to be his guest. So should we say he was honored by Allah? He was really honored by Allah to, you know, receive a guest of this magnitude at this point in his life when he is old, right? There's many lessons we'll take from this inshallah when we get into the lessons and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Here in Cuba. He spent Monday Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as some of the books of crsa and here he laid down the foundation of the masjid known as today we call it mashtots. Koba, right this Masjid that Allah says
in the Quran, as many of the scholars of the state is the masjid, which Allah subhanho wa Taala cites as having been laid upon piety and taqwa piety and taqwa, this is Masjid, Koba, and so Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lays the foundation of this Masjid. Yes, when he went to Medina, he also established his own method. But what we must understand from this was Cuba was a place in Medina was a place. Medina what it is now is not Medina as it was at the time of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. In fact, much of the heart of the heroine in God's word Medina was then at mo
in Gaza, the cut you know, and now we have the harem expanded that harem. The expanded harem engulfs what was Medina then and more if we look in the sooner we actually see that when they spoke about going to Albania, which was the graveyard, they would say that they were going to the outskirts of Medina. Now when you leave, he will never he was Bucky. Right. So Medina back then is not as Medina is now in fact, if you ever go to Medina and you ask them to take you on a tour, and they take you to the place where the trench was dug, right, that was outside of Medina, right with the trench was dug today its way in Medina. Right. Cova, as we said, is literally well not literally but we can say
a hoppiness away from Russia boy, if you go to Moscow, the Battle of our head, it didn't take place in Medina. It took place just outside of Medina. Today when you go to to Medina or Hades. You don't leave the borders of Medina to visit motherhood and motherhood is amazing. motherhood is amazing inshallah, in season three, we will discuss motherhood because Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said oh there's a mountain that loves us, and we love it. So pan Allah. May Allah take us to Medina. I mean, so brothers and sisters Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is in Makkah now remember?
Sorry Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is in Cuba. And it rhodiola Juan is where he's in Makkah. What is he doing in Mecca? He was commanded to stay back. Why? Because people had entrusted some belongings to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam they gave him some belongings. So as he was put in charge of making sure that those belongings were returned to its rightful owners, Allahu Akbar, there is a mighty lesson in this. I mean, the hijra is a mighty event. However, the hijra of it cannot take place until this very important matter is put to rest. And that is that these belongings that were given to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam these belongings are returned to
their rightful owners, right. So this is what our This was
The instruction given to Riley and as the books of Sierra say, then I rewrote the law and was given the permission to migrate to Medina to Medina or engage the hegira and catch up with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam and as we said yesterday, he did this by foot. Mashallah tabarrok Allah now on a Friday morning Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called for Benny and Naja. Now Benny and Naja they are they were known as his maternal uncles, right? For those who have been listening to season one of blast from the past, you will see that in there we discussed how Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had an affiliation with Medina before he was even born. Right even
though maca is the crux of his life, there were affiliations with regards to Medina, in terms of that in terms of the death of his parents in terms of the visits that were taken, the visits that happened to Medina and why right, so there was this relationship with Medina before Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was born right by the family of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam that is in season one and insha Allah, you can refer to those links if you haven't heard so Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has family. So he calls out or reaches out to value and the job. Right. And these are his maternal uncles, as we said, and they came and they escorted him and
Abubakar to Medina, from Koba to Medina. They were his escorts. Right. And as I said, there's a lesson in everything that we cite. That's why these points are being cited. And as I mentioned, to one of the brothers
last night, I said, you know, the brother was saying she has the the history of a story is taking quite long. I said, You know what, I have chopped it and chopped it and chopped it, it's much chocolate. We've edited it. If we really take the hitter on, you know, in its entirety, then we need a long time just to take the events, but I'm just focusing on events that we want to extrapolate lessons from, as we said, This is what the series is about. So please, by by no means take, you know what we are taking here as the final. As everything in the serum, please be inspired to go and get your hands on a good copy of a Syrah book and read the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam
and engage your reading with your own ponderings and with your own deliberations, and Allah will open for you lessons that you also can apply in your life in the 21st century. Now Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on his way to Medina, he stopped in the value of Banu Salim and he and he he performed the the Friday prayer. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam now has the chance to observe the Juma and remember we said was Mousavi been remade how many prayed with him 40 with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam the books of sera site 100 people praying with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam again take note of the nature of being ease for the believers, no more
hiding no more duckling no more diving, right? And everything is ease and they would pray in the open and they would pray with honor and there were big numbers in the Salah.
So this is the heater on my dear brothers and sisters and by Allah let me say again, that when you read this letter by itself, your emotions go up by the emotions go down and then they climb again. It's like Subhanallah you, you know you, you become part and parcel of the trip and and you become emotionally attached to it. And you know, like when you think of the army right there by the cave. If they only look down at their feet, they'll see the messenger you feel your heart beating, you know, as as you read it. Obviously we have, as I said, chunked and edited and so on and so forth so that we focus on the main points. But I urge you and I implore you to go and read about the hitter
of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam by yourself. And you know what, for those who have schools here, get your children to do a play on the hedgerows. And I promise you they will learn and the parents who come to watch the play will learn as well is one amazing way to entertain the kids, as well as teach them about the best meant to evoke the face of this earth as well as teach them lessons that they will benefit in their lives till they pass away insha Allah and as I said the parents will benefit as well he is not short of any
you know, tension and
hype hyperventilation, we can say that you will have your moments just watching the Sierra, take place. May Allah subhanho wa Taala bless our children, bless our kids, bless our schools and bless our teachers. I mean, they are open to me. So now let's go into the lessons very quickly. My dear brothers and sisters there plenty to be honest, I wish I had till the end of Ramadan just to discuss the lessons from the hijra. But nonetheless, as the Arabic saying goes Mariela uterine kulula, you know, that that which cannot be done in its entirety, should not be left out in its entirety. Right, that which cannot be done in its entirety should not be left out. The first thing we learned my dear
brothers and sisters is strategy. And we have spoken enough about strategy. And I think the points in the hero that we have cited screams to us strategy, the way Rasulullah
Allahu alayhi wa sallam left, and the entire formation and the intricacies of how the Hydra took place, and the preparations and so on and so forth. Strategy is the crux of success, you need to have a good strategy from the lessons, my dear brothers and sisters is that in order to establish the truth, sometimes you need to be kicked out of your surroundings.
Sometimes this has to happen. In order to establish the truth. Sometimes you need to leave.
In order to establish the truth. Sometimes you have to be jailed. What can you do? You being oppressed, right, but you stick firm to your roots, so that at least there's one person alive speaking sense. Nobody drowns out that one voice when he
was put in a great test, because he was defending the poor and
he was locked up, and he was persecuted. And he was beaten, Rahim Allah, and even though the Sharia would have allowed him to say that which would have appeased those who are punishing him, because he was being persecuted and harmed. He refused to say anything. He maintained his belief. And he maintained his speech.
And it is reported that he said that he chose that path, because had he not the only voice, the only voice citing that which is the heart and the truth would have become drowned, and nothing would have been left except the voices of battle. And maybe this correct opinion would have become dissolved to the DFA of Allah Allah. And that's why they call him Imam at the moment.
Right, because he took a great stance that entailed the protection of a great belief in terms of Islamic belief and Eman and aqidah. Right. So sometimes brothers and sisters to establish the truth you will be kicked out, or you will be jailed, or you will need to leave it's part and parcel Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never wanted to leave.
The Sahaba never wanted to leave Mecca. And as I said to you in the earliest episodes, when he left MCI, he said to MCI, it's not that I want to leave you. But is that your people don't want me here.
So it was emotional for Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. He's leaving, he doesn't know when he'll come back. 10 years later, Allah subhanho wa Taala brings him back almost 10 years later, almost 10 years later, Allah subhanho wa Taala brings him back, sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam around this period. So
it was an emotional moment. But to establish the truth, this needed to be done. And my dear brothers and sisters learn from this, that sometimes things are beloved to us. But the truth is more beloved to us. The truth has to always be the most beloved to us. Sometimes our people are beloved to us. But they have done that which Allah reveals has to be more beloved to us. It's not that we hate you. It's not that we try to fight you. It's not that it's because we love you that we say the truth, my dear brother, my dear sister, my dear mother, my dear father, I'm not saying this to go against our forefathers. I'm not saying this because I'm trying to fight my forefathers. I'm not saying this
because I don't love them. Indeed, I love them and indeed, I love you. But Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is no Beloved. Allah subhanho wa Taala is the most beloved, the evidence is revealed by Allah, our beloved, this is the reality. I love you but I love Allah more. What do you want me to do in the circumstance? Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam loves laka but he loves the hokhmah. So he followed the heart. He didn't follow the place, right? establishing the truth. Take this lesson, my dear brothers and sisters and remember, for those who are again following Sierra season one, right warabi noval tells Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Who said I wish I
am alive to help you and your people kick you out. And Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he surprised kick me out Really? Meaning they call me an amine, the trustworthy one. I am beloved to them, they will kick me out. And Baraka explains that no one came with this message except his people turned against them. And supernova look at what we're saying now. And he had to stay back in Medina Why? To give back the things that were given to Rasulullah salallahu alayhi wasallam interest. This is a great contradiction of the parish one minute they fighting him, but next month when they want things to be looked after they have no better man to give it to. They know if we give
it to him. He is I mean, he's the trustworthy one. We will get it back. In the same condition. We gave it to him salallahu alayhi wasallam. We will fight his message we will consult him we will call him names we will harm him but you know what, when it matters to us, we'll give him our things you know why we benefit them. And let's be honest, irrespective of what the man is saying. The man is the most trustworthy amongst us this we all testify to sallallahu alayhi wasallam
You know, and yesterday we spoke about some people, you know, we say businessmen are in good books with everybody because you're a businessman.
You don't want to get under anybody's skin. You want to make sure in good books. So at least your product can sell everywhere you don't want people think boycott that shop, because that person believes this, or that person doesn't like me. You're a businessman. What your views of people you keep aside, doesn't matter. It's got nothing to do. I'm here to make money. So I be friends with everybody. Right? So even look, the parade here. This is a lesson for us to derive brothers and sisters human nature. We in the 21st century, same thing. People were had the same thing that we don't like him. But look, this is business now. Right? We have to look after what's important to us.
So they give it to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This same man, they kicked out a lot of Mr. My dear brothers and sisters from the lessons that we learn his dreams. Now dreams is something we like to hear about, right? We're not going to go too deep into it, but I am going to share with you some things about dreams. Why? Because in the hegira Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is reported to have said or in, in matters pertaining to the hegira that he had a dream that he migrated to a place which had green trees. Right? So he had this dream that he migrated to a place that had specifically date trees, day trees. So this was a dream come true. And this wasn't strange
for the prophets, for dreams that went to prophets was revelation. We know this in the story of Ibrahim alayhis salam when Allah showed him a dream. And in that dream, Allah told you to put a knife to the neck of his son. Right? And he he informed his son that I saw this in my dream. This was revelation with regards to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. He says that six months before he met gibreel, there was no dream that he saw except that it came clear, as clear as daylight. It came through as the clarity of daylight, he would see it at night, and it would become a reality. This was six months before he became a prophet. Right. And with regards to dreams Rasulullah
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is reported to have said in the hadith of Abu hurayrah robiola one, that towards the end of time hardly any dream of a Muslim will be false. Right? And he says sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the ones who have the truest dreams will be those who are truest in speech. Those who are the most honest when they speak, Allah will bless them to see the most truest of dreams, this is established. This is an established narration. And in another generation Rasulullah sallallahu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam goes on to say that the dream of a Muslim is one of 45 parts of prophethood la vaca, one of 45 parts of prophethood.
Right? So he says dreams are three types, a good dream, which is a glad tidings from Allah, a dream from shaper, which causes you to become distressed and scared and worried. And a dream that comes from what man is thinking to himself because of his day, which is your daily anxiety. Right? Sometimes you have exams, what happens two o'clock in the morning, you dream that you've missed your exam.
And then you wake up in shock. Your heart is beating and you see it's picked up, it's black.
Sonia, bad dream, go back to sleep. Right? So anxiety has its place as well in our dreams. So this is what Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, some of the scholars have tried to explain the 45, the one over 45. And they say that 23 years was actual Prophethood and 23 years in months, if you divide those months by six, which is the six months he saw real dreams are dreams, which became true before Prophethood. You end up with the speaker one over 45 right? So you take 23 years, multiplied by 12. divide that number by six. Allah knows best. And this is how some of the scholars have tried to explain what Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam meant that is one of 45 parts of prophethood.
Because six months before jabril visited him, his dreams were coming true. Right? So 23 times 12 divided by six. And this is how the scholars explained one over 45. Or if
or a true dream is 45 parts of prophethood or a 45th of prophethood. Now, what did they teach us about dreams? Well, with regards to good dreams, the Sherry says that, number one, a good dream is a dream which makes you happy. It could come true. It might not come true. And if it's meant to come true, do you need to get it
revealed or explained or interpreted. Now, it's not a condition for your dream to come true that you get the dream interpreted. But in general we say a good dream is the dream which makes you happy. Whether it's true or false. You feel pleased after you see the dream. Right? This is a good dream. What should you do when you see a good dream? well understand that a good dream is from Allah and it's a blessing. So you should thank Allah subhanho wa Taala This is from the editor.
Seeing a good dream. You thank Allah you don't take it for granted. Right? You don't take it for granted. Number two, what should you do? The Sharia teaches us You shouldn't go around telling this dream to everybody. You should only tell it to people who wish you well. Don't go on Facebook Oh guys, I saw a dream last night and you're writing your own stories for the whole world Mashallah to read about your dream, right? The Sharia teaches us keep these things a secret. And if you have to tell it to somebody, tell it to those who truly sincerely wish you well, like Yaqoob told his son use of don't tell you a dream to your brothers, because they may protect against you. jacoba. Salah
understood that the dream his son, Yusuf Ali Salam saw was was full of glad tidings. So from the etiquettes, of seeing a good dream is to praise Allah, and not to reveal it to anybody. And if you have to reveal it to those who are your close ones, because as we have established in our episodes together, that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam taught us in a hadith considered acceptable by many contemporary scholars of Hadith. Is there a new cover? How did you communicate man, assist yourself in the things that you do by keeping it a secret? Why? Because everyone who Allah gives a blessing to has someone who has jealousy about that blessing, so keep it a secret. Okay? What
happens when you see a bad dream? Well, firstly, bad dreams are those dreams that make you scared when you wake up? You're not very happy. These dreams, you shouldn't worry about them. These dreams, you shouldn't seek an interpretation. Once someone came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and said, I saw my head rolling in front of me in my dream, and I was chasing it. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam laughed and said, don't tell us how shaytan played with you last night in your dream. Right? So we shouldn't seek an interpretation for it. And bad dreams happen when the devils try to interfere with us in our dream state. The Devils try and interfere with us whilst we
awake and they try and interfere with us whilst we sleep. Right? So what should you do when you see a bad dream? Well, the hearing that the Sharia says Firstly, seek refuge in Allah subhanho wa Taala etiquette number one, etiquette number two split three times to your left side. A dry splitting brothers. Okay, don't be wet splitting to your left. Especially if you married because if you married and you start wet spitting to your left if you thought you saw a nightmare you didn't see anything yet. The night is
so dry spitting you know when you when you spit without the spittle?
Right you spit without the spittle because this penetrates a pan, it burns the devil. It bends shape. So you split three times to your left. The third etiquette, do not talk about them. Never talk about the dream. Don't even tell it to people you trust. It's a waste of speech. And it's a waste of breath. Do not say to anybody.
What else do we learn? We learn that it is also Mr. have to turn to one's other side and go back to sleep turned to you on the side and go to sleep. And we also learn from the Sunnah, that it's Mr. Have to pray to rock and if you can, if you're not too sleepy, if the dream has woken you up properly, may Allah protect us then observe two units of prayer, ask Allah for protection and go back to sleep. Okay, so this is from the etiquettes of dreams. I want a couple of things I want to add. Firstly, firstly, there's no laws that come to you in dreams. Nobody should say I was sleeping last night and the Messenger of Allah so I mean a dream. And he came to tell me that guys, after
this fella, you should recite this so many times, or after this action. You should do this so many times are the surah of the Quran everyday. You must read it at this time. No, nobody should tell you that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to you in a dream and told you this because this Dean was completed before he passed away as Allah revealed at the yoga community local Dina come
near Mattie Bobby to la cama Islam, Medina, Allah revealed during the farewell hedge had that.
Come, Dina, come today your religion has become complete for you. That means there's nothing to add. There's nothing to add. And that's why we say brothers and sisters, it is enough for us what Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us if he didn't teach us something, it's not good for us. If it was good for us, he would have taught us and if you start innovating and bringing matters into the religion, then all you doing it's as if you saying that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forgot to teach us some goodness. And now we are bringing it in. No my dear brothers and sisters, if it's good for you, he would have taught you and remember our earlier lesson. Go back to
the Quran. Go back to the sooner No one is allowed to worship Allah before they have evidence. No one is allowed to worship Allah before they have evidence if somebody says you need to pray to
units of federal, before solid federal, every day as a sinner, ask them, where's the evidence? If they produce the evidence and hamdulillah? We prayed, if they don't, we don't introduce it. Is that clear? Because this is the mandate of Muhammad Rasulullah. When we say Muhammad is His Messenger, we are saying there's no way to Allah except upon the way of Hamas, Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and there was no good, except he taught it to us and no bad, except that he warned us against it. So no laws will ever come to you in a dream. And if somebody tells you this, he has lied.
This is the first point. What's the second point? If you are a pious person, you try to look after Allah laws. And then you see a very bad dream. Don't be concerned about it.
And if you are a person who is lacking with the laws of Allah subhanho wa Taala, and you see a dream, maybe you saw yourself in gender, don't become relaxed about it. And some people say, Well, you know, I'm not a very good Muslim. But last night when I was in gender, I was dreaming. I'm in Ghana, so I think I'm okay. Okay, brother, tequila.
Allah will judge you based on what you do, not what you see in your dreams. Okay, so take this My dear brothers and sisters to heart with regards to dreams moving on the third lesson, immediate implementation of the laws of the Sharia. Where do we learn this from as soon as the command for his hurricane to have started leaving? Nobody said yeah, Rasul Allah, I need to do this. I need to do that. Give me time to think about it. Is it possible I can stay behind in Mecca? Do we have an option here?
Do I have to have to have to go This was not tourism. This was not travel. It was really bad. Allah commanded no choice in the matter. Everyone has to go and immediately they went and we see Abu Bakr radi Allahu, and he's saying to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he showing his how anxious he is, when can I go? When can I go? When can I go? And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, Hold on, perhaps Allah will give you a companion. Allah will give you a companion Hold on, he's anxious to go. Because immediate implementation of the laws of the Sharia is part of the DNA of the Sharia. It's not that we have a choice in the matter. And as I said, that Allah said Who am I
can anymore meaning when I mean it is a Cava, who rasuluh Amira, a akula hero to me. It wasn't for a believing male Muslim, and a believing female Muslim, that when Allah and His Rasul decreed something that they felt that you know what, we have a choice in the matter, this wasn't the way so learn from this hytera the implementation of the Sharia happens as soon as you hear that this is hokum, Allah, this is the command of Allah subhanho wa Taala in the matter. Today, brothers and sisters, how are we with the son of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, the Sahaba
they practiced a Sunnah because it was a sin. Today, we leave us because it's not so. Good brother. Don't worry about okay Tony Sula.
Allahu wa Stan. successes in practicing the sadhana brothers and sisters. If you weak and you can't follow it, at least don't belittle it. At least don't belittle it, right. Don't belittle it. You know we talk about honor coming back to the owner we went on we went on now we are now on that comes back to the Alma when the owner brings themselves upon the way of the people of honor the first generation of Islam. What was the way they follow the Sunnah of Muhammad? sallallahu alayhi wasallam because it was me Allah grant is the understanding me next point, lesson number four, the honor of Abubakar rhodiola one and what will make you understand who Abubakar robiola one was we need an hour
or more just to discuss Abubakar Abu Bakr My dear brothers and sisters has many virtues I'm only going to share with you droplets of these virtues from the virtues of Abu Bakar. He's the first elderly male to accept Islam. From the virtues of Abu Bakar he accepted the the urge of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam without an iota of doubt. From the virtues of Abubakar he was from the first ones who spent in the path of Allah subhanho wa Taala. freeing slaves were being persecuted by the police because they said La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasulullah he entered Islam with himself he entered Islam with his wealth from the virtues and perhaps the mightiest virtue is that Rasulullah
sallallahu alayhi wasallam appointed Abu Bakr
as the Imam when Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was
no one let the Salah in the presence of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when he was ill, he appointed Abubakar, citing for us that this will be the leader of the Ummah after me Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This is a great honor that Allah gave him
that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam appointed him as the commander of the army of that Selassie
He said so I came to him and said, Oh prophet of Allah, which of the people is dearest to you? He said, I shall. I shall do this to me. So he said from the men Oh prophet of Allah from the men who is most dearest to you, he says, Abubakar haha.
He said and then he said
and then the narration goes on to mention of the men and this is Sahil Bukhari and Sahih Muslim from the blessings and virtues of Abu Bakar is that he was called a CDN, a CDN. He was truthful in his belief. He was the one who never ever doubted revelation, who never ever doubted Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who never ever doubted the commands of Allah. He was true in belief in every aspect of the word, Ravi Allahu Allah. May Allah gathers him in January I mean, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam calls him calls him acidic for once Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ascended preferred with Abu Bakar and with Rama and with both men and hood started to shake, Allahu Akbar
started to shake. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam kicked it with his leg and said, stand firm, stand firm overheard, because indeed, upon you, indeed upon you is a prophet and the Siddiq and two martyrs that Allah Allah Allah. And we know Omarosa, Mata,
Mata Allahu Allah. May Allah God agenda me mean you're open.
From the virtues of Abubakar My dear brothers and sisters is that he was highly intelligent. Once Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in a speech that a slave of Allah has been given a choice between this world and that which is what Allah subhanho wa Taala as a slave of Allah has been given this choice and the slave of Allah has chosen that which is what Allah when Abubakar had this, he started crying and crying and crying. No one they understood what Abubakar understood, this is how learned he was, this is how wise he was. He understood from that speech that the departure of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is close to Allah.
Allah from the virtues of Abu Bakr and today we have people insulting him. We have people insulting you may Allah guide them.
Allah subhanho wa Taala calls this man a man or father. Allah calls him a man of honor in Surah Allah says oil yet Delhi only for Blimey Kumar sir. You know who am I talking about in this ayah Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah says it wasn't befitting for a man of honor. Abubakar Allah is calling him a man of honor. A man of financial standing and material well being Yes, Abubakar had wealth of lies describing him in this ayah as a man of honor, as a man of honor. This Abubakar he was the quickest when it came to legislation and following a common law following that which Allah decree following that which Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam taught when Abubakar took a person not to spend on
Mr. Because Mr. said some things against the nature of the winter when when when the hypocrites created a great test in Medina
and Mr. was from his relatives. And Mr. was somebody that he used to spend on and spend on and spend on. And Mr. turn his back. He didn't mean to it was a fitna.
And he said something's against this angle.
And he took a person not to spend on Misbah ever again. He was angry Naturally, this is his daughter. This is the honor of his family. A lot of you this is that I just recited when Allah called him a man of honor. And then Allah says, well, Yahuwah you're allowed to have been a young fella who was la hora Rahim, Allah commands him forgiveness and pardon him. Do you not love for Allah to forgive you? Subhana Allah, and Allah is the most forgiving, the Most Merciful. And Abubakar goes by Allah, Allah immediately, immediately. I love for Allah to forgive me. Allah commands me to forgive him. Abubakar forgives Vista. And not only does he spend on him, as he used
to spend the books of history say, and the books of Pepsi recite that Abu Bakr increased in his spending, of mitzvah. These are from the virtues of Abu Bakr radiallahu that we learn from this hitch and let's not forget our chosen to be a companion for the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Allah made him that man who would go into the cave and take his own shirt and drop the holes. Right? And when he's done, he would try and remain still so he doesn't wake up the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. These were the people of the past.
These are the fathers bring us people like them are servants of Allah in the 21st century.
No Children of Adam, way are the workers of this age.
Sadly, we have to end. Tomorrow we will come back and discuss from the lessons of the hegira another mighty companion by the name of Le rhodiola Why? I love you all for the sake of Allah May Allah subhanho wa Taala bless these words and bless us all. And may Allah gather us with the Sahaba agenda with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ameen, possible Allahu wa Sallim wa barik ala nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi Marine Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.