Channel: Sajid Ahmed Umar
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robbed for in the kumala Mariela taqwa, oh seven of Allah no children of Adam, we begin as we always begin by praising Allah subhanho wa Taala with the best of all praises, for he is the owner of all praises for Allah subhanho wa Taala his and Hamid we praise Him and we seek his assistance and we seek His guidance and we seek refuge in Allah from the evil of ourselves and the adverse consequences of our deeds. We testify the rules of Allah guides, the men can misguide and whomsoever He must guide than men can guide and we request praises and blessings upon the final messenger, our master, our teacher, our leader to handle Allah, Mohammed Abdullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam May
Allah subhanho wa Taala gather us with him in alpha dose. I mean, you're open and I mean, I bear witness that there's no one worthy of worship besides one Allah and that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam is His Messenger brothers and sisters in Islam, yet another Friday, another Friday with our massage it closed another Friday, in which we will perform the literal prayer in our homes instead of Salah to Juma today brothers and sisters in Islam, in our lesson, in which we take moments from the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I relate to you a hadith found in Sahih al Bukhari and Sahih Muslim and integration that goes back to Abdullah even at best there'll be a lover
and humor, the cousin of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a copy of the oma so Hannah law and then we first set up for this oma, so Pamela, a boy who was only 13 years old and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away, but he grew up to be a leader in the science of sick and a leader in the science of Tafseer. For this oma and the one who the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam make dua for when he said Allah whom have been deemed. What will that Allah make him happy, make him have an understanding of the religion and grant him the ability to understand and explain the meanings of the Quran. The Sahaba of the Allahu Allah, he narrates to the oma of Muhammad
sallallahu alayhi wasallam he says, canon never use Allahu alayhi wa sallam Edgewood, ma yakun Subhana Allah and he says, What can edgewear do with your amavasya Hina myoko jabrill for you there is a whole Quran he says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was described with the description of Jude and inshallah Allah explained the meaning of Jude to you just now. And he had the greatest ability with this quality of Jude, and he was even more amazing with regards to this quality in the month of Ramadan when gibreel used to meet him and together they would revise the Quran Subhana Allah, Jude brothers and sisters in Islam is a quality that is not separated from the
quality of current and that is a quality that we describe in the English language as being generous. being generous as the scholars of Islam teachers, brothers and sisters in Islam is the ability to give with ease. But Jude brothers and sisters in Islam as a half with even larger Rahim Allah teaches us is the ability to give with ease and without measure. And this is the
reality of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his entire life was a life of being able to give with ease and without measure. And in Ramadan Subhana Allah, he had an even greater intensity of our understanding of one's ability to give with ease and without measure. Why? Because he was even closer to the portal and then he was in other months and we learn from this brothers and sisters in Islam that Subhana Allah, the Quran has an effect in our lives, the closer we are to it, the more quality we will find in our character, and in our speech, and in our ability with ourselves and in our relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala and our relationship with the creation of Allah
subhanho wa Taala. And the more closer we get to it, to kind of love The even greater in intensity, our character and reality becomes and the more distant We are from the Quran, then the opposite meaning is true, the further we go away from the Quran, the further we find a reduction in terms of the quality of our character, and our relationship with ourselves and Allah subhanho wa Taala and the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now from the outset, when this quality of karate and Judo of being generous with ease and being generous without measure is discussed very quickly, our minds go to the concept of money and our ability to distribute money and give for the sake of Allah
subhanho wa Taala. And this is true, and we normally find even in the books of Islam, the quality of Jude and khurrum having an association with the concept of giving and even in the son of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. When these qualities of being generous and generous without measure and generous with ease, these qualities are discussed, we see it discussed in relation to how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave without measure, we have the famous narration of NSE been medic, Nabila and one of the most elder Sahaba and he was from the Sahaba, who passed away towards the end of the generation of the Sahaba Viola Anima Jemaine, he says that once a Bedouin came to the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And this Bedouin asked for wealth, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam gave him the livestock between two mountains of heinola he was so amazed that he returned to his people, and he said, Oh my people as limoux enter into Islam for in the Mohammedan Europe, the alpha and Laotian Falcons hands Allah, He says, that become Muslims, for indeed Mohammed gives the giving of a person who doesn't fear poverty, La ilaha illa Allah, and we know who Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was in terms of his financial standing and his material well being, but Subhana Allah He gave with ease and without measure. In fact, the Sahaba rhodiola, who
I'm admiring, teach us that he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to tell people that if I had this amount of wealth, or if I had this amount of wealth, I would have given you this and that Subhanallah he used to even imagine being generous without measure and with ease to people in the event that he had wealth with him. So Pamela, this was the reality of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. But I highlight today, brothers and sisters in Islam, with regards to these two qualities, other associations from the life of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam, for attached to his ability to give without ease, and to give without measure, brothers and sisters in Islam was the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his or his ability as a dairy was the emotions of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam towards the oma, the believing oma and the disbelieving oma for we also find some kind of love when we study is that our La ilaha illa Allah how generous he was, and how he would want to give with ease and without measure, irrespective of the harms that came to him as a result of the steak. Brothers and sisters in Islam. For example, five, he went to five after being persecuted in Mecca after being sanctioned after losing his wife after losing his greatest supporter, his uncle, and the Muslims were sanctioned for years to panela he had to live as a human
being he was a human being he had emotions, he had to see the breast milk drying in the breast of mothers, all because they followed his message and they accepted La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasulullah no doubt this had this created a burden upon him. He had to see people go hungry people go without medicine, and in some discussions pertaining to the sanctions that affected the Muslims, people even eating leaves. After all this, he doesn't give up his power, he goes to five and he's stoned into it. And even after that he doesn't give up his data for an Allah gave him the ability to command for two mountains to come together and crush the people of the valley for their difficulties
towards him for the person
fusion of him so Pamela we see the generosity and the ability to give with ease and without measure of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his data, he ops to leave people as they are and make excuses for them that they are people who don't know yet Allah, they are people who don't understand and perhaps their progeny Subhana Allah will grow up and understand better and they will be from the family of La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasul Allah Subhana Allah brothers and sisters in Islam, look at the fruits of giving without measure for the sake of Allah and giving without ease. Look at the people of life today. Look at the people of Mecca today, centuries after the Prophet
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passes away, and these lands will be Muslim lands until the day of PM, La Ilaha Illa. Allah, brothers and sisters in Islam, this is the generosity of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his Dawa Subhana Allah, he was so concerned over the disbelievers in the fact that they will empty jahannam that he that despite the harm towards him, despite the arrogance towards his message, he would consider it some form of failure upon himself that he would sit and ponder over his data for the day and his failure in terms of gaining the Shahada of the seniors have the courage and the people have the courage that it would weigh down heavily upon him,
he would feel the stress and we know brothers and sisters in Islam, how dangerous stress is to a human being. In fact, Allah subhanho wa Taala he mentioned in the Quran, Allah Allah Kabir he will nutsack Subhana Allah and is that we will read today if we haven't yet read so to recap for unlockables he will nepsac Allah Illa movement will be handled at the SFR that are you going to cause a harm or even death to overcome yourself because of the attitude towards your message. I was his Father Ted have Neff suka Allah him Hassan, don't let yourself lose yourself because of the arrogance don't cause you enough to become lost cause death to overcome you because of the severe
stress and burden that you carry because of the actions towards you. But this was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so kinda he was more concerned for them than they were over themselves. And his greatest happiness was them being from the family agenda, agenda agenda and being saved from from being from the family of the hellfire. He sallallahu alayhi wasallam never sat one day and said and hamdulillah I have Abubakar, I have a rumor I have with a man I have early I have a beta I have I have an I have an I have so it's enough. Forget about the rest, this form of making excuses to cause yourself to you know, to come down in terms of, of of the mayhem in terms of the mission in
front of you ever than ever there never ever did he sallallahu alayhi wasallam take consolation and solace in terms of the Muslims that he had when he thought of the potential Muslims that were not Muslims. yet. He was so generous, and he had an amazing quality in terms of his generosity when it came to his power. Even in his teaching brothers and sisters in Islam, his teaching of the Omar Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was always known not only to give us what we needed, or what we wanted, rather, but also what we needed. And there's many examples in his own teachings. For example, when the people of the Seas came to me and said, Oh
Rasulullah on messenger of Allah, our water supplies are limited. And if we make will do with our water, we will become thirsty in about an hour. If we make the will do we will be confessed, thirsty.
That will be my candy. Can we use the water of the Seas the salty water to to use for a blue ocean and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam Not only did he answer the question in terms of that which they wanted to know, but he gave them an within the answer a lesson with regards to something that they needed to know for he said he was metal and Hindu a tattoo that the water of the sea is pure for you to use for your zoo. But also the dead of the sea is permissible for you to eat. How generous was he sallallahu alayhi wasallam in his teaching, despite everything here around him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam leading the first Muslim state, bringing about this Dawa right at that
hour, which which never existed for a long time, especially in this region, bringing about to heat worrying about matters of tawheed and teaching people the reality of to heat and brothers and sisters not in normal environments. In environments surrounded by idols. It's like asking someone to cure malaria once the patient is is drowning in malaria infested waters. He was busy with the realities of the day our Subhana Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam but despite this, he was never ever too busy to teach and in his teaching, he gave with ease and he gave without measure sallallahu alayhi wasallam brother
insistence in Islam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a husband and we can go on and on, because this quality, it engulfs the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and we know that his character was the Quran. And we know how close he was to the Quran as he tells us kind of who his character was the Quran sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sukanto Allah, he was close to the Quran. So the qualities of the Quran were prevalent in him and the intensity of the good qualities like that he had never existed in other people because no one got as close to the Quran as he did some Allahu alayhi wa sallam. And as we mentioned in the hadith of Ibn Abbess, the Allahu anhu man at the
beginning, when he met gibreel, in Ramadan, and they revised the Quran, then Subhan Allah, they were even closer to the Quran. And we find that his ability to be generous without measure and with ease was even more intensified. In fact, in another generation, even our best says that his generosity his Jude can curry and masala It was like a cool wind that only brings with it hair and goodness, abundant beautiful rain, which which leads to to the birth of abundant and plentiful crops, Hannah, this is how the, this is the reality of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the description of his character sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a husband,
my dearest brothers and sisters in Islam, we see the concept of generosity and Jude flowing through the veins of his reality as a husband, so handler for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never was a husband upon the paradigm of rights, but rather he was a husband upon the paradigm of responsibility. So Pamela, why? Because being responsible as a husband is closer to generosity and Jude closer to the ability to give with ease and without measure. And we see this throughout the stories with regards to him and his relationship with one of his wives. That'll be allow, and when the mothers of the believers May Allah gathers for them in general, I mean, you're an admin, but
let's take a page from his life with Khadija there'll be a level for when he married her, deja, there'll be a lot more and the books of history. They mentioned that she had a child called hint, right? And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not the father to this child.
But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam raised this child as if he was this child's father to handle. This is being a responsible husband. Can you imagine what Khadija robiola and how it felt when she looked at her husband Mohammed Abdullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he didn't have to, but he was generous. He went beyond even with regards to his interaction with other people, he went beyond as a husband, he went beyond sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and no doubt she wrote the Allahu Allah was nurtured by this reality of this man that was in her home her husband, salallahu alayhi wasallam that she had the ability to live with him upon the paradigm of responsibility. For we know
when he married her sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she was a rich person with a home with financial standing and material well being and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam worked for her, in fact, to panela his generosity, his Jude, the quality of his ability to be generous in his role as a trader, was the reason why she wrote the law and have married him because she would always get good reports from the slave boy that she would send with the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam Mesa, he would always give her amazing reports of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam how generous he was, in his negotiations, how generous he was in his ability to listen to people, talking to him and
negotiating with him how generous he was in his ability to seal the deal, how generous he was in his ability to look after the money that was taken, and be totally accountable for that which was in his care and pleased with him as a trust to Panama that she loved this. And this marriage took place with her wishing to be a wife to him, that after they got married Subhanallah even though one could say it's a right for the husband to place a roof over the head of the wife. She didn't live in this marriage upon the paradigm of rights, but rather the paradigm of responsibility
that she allowed the prophets of Allah Allah He was setting them to make a home with her in her home. We don't see any way brothers and sisters in Islam that she was demanding rental money from her husband, because it is right to provide the home. So if you stay in this home, you have to pay rent for the home. Someone might laugh at this and say Subhana Allah Who does this but trust me, brothers and sisters in Islam, unfortunately it does exist and it does happen. And that happens when people don't have Jude they don't have cut them. They they live within
Their marriage upon the paradigm of my right and your right. They live with other people with the paradigm of my right and your right even with the relationship with Allah subhanahu Allah subhanaw taala sometimes it's the case of my right and your right and it's from the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala upon us that he hasn't made us aware of our deeds being accepted after we do those deeds, it's a mercy Imagine if we knew Subhanallah Imagine if we knew brothers and sisters in Islam, with our deeds were accepted and rejected what kind of relationship would we have with Allah subhanho wa Taala it would probably be a scorecard relationship upon rights, right? I got so much bonus so I can
be bad for so many days and it will make up right, who knows who panela right this is this is you know, in some cases, our nature we've become more distant from the qualities of the Quran and the character that the Quran teaches and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and Ramadan is coming perhaps we must say that from the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala is that he lifted our knowledge of went a little further will be because imagine if we knew when needed to Qatar would be we would only worship Allah subhanho wa Taala during one night, right? This is what happens when things work upon rights and we don't transcend the realm of rights and move into the
realm of responsibility. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was responsible as a daddy he was responsible to handle law as a husband. He was responsible as a teacher, he was responsible to the Ummah, his own mess panela brothers and sisters in Islam. Our problems were a bigger problem for him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam than that problem was for us. Listen to how Allah subhanho wa Taala describes him. Allah says la vida
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Subhana Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala says indeed there has come from you a messenger of Allah has sent you a messenger from you, as he is when I need him I need to that which bothers you that which disturbs you that which causes you stress is a major matter for him is a bigger stress for him is a bigger concern for him. Your sleepless night is a bigger sleepless night for the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam La ilaha illa Allah as easily as he is when he but I need to hurry as soon as he can, because he is so concerned over you. This is his quality as a human being. This is his generosity as a human being. He gives his emotions to others without measure and with ease. This
is Jude brothers and sisters in Islam. So Pamela, how do you spell alikum? Meaning, Rahim? And was the believer Subhana Allah, he's one of his gentle. And he's Rahim, his merciful moments with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. There's much that has been discussed in this episode brothers and sisters in Islam. And there's much that can be done by us,
for the betterment of ourselves.
We need to use these moments, brothers and sisters in Islam,
to ask ourselves, do we live lives upon or our lives upon the paradigm of rights?
Is that how we live? As long as things go my way? As long as I get what I'm supposed to get? Nothing else matters?
How are we with regards to our roles as a husband, as a wife, as a son, as a daughter, as grandparents, as relatives to other people, as community members to other Muslims? How are we
in these roles? Are we in these roles upon the platform of rights? Or are we in these roles upon the sinner application of us being in these roles, and that is the role of responsibility when you don't do it because you have to do it but you do it because it's the right thing to do. You do it because it's most beloved to Allah, you do it because it's most beloved to the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam you do it because you live for the sake of Allah and every day of your living is your opportunity to build a bigger agenda for yourself. You do it ultimately because it is ultimately the right thing to do. We need to have those contemplative moments with ourselves as we flick through
the pages that released to us moments from the life of the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
We are in isolation. That's why we're having this talk of those who would be in the masjid, listening to it from the member. You've probably got to the masjid from work and your mind would have been busy. And if you are listening to the gym or maybe you would be looking at your watch thinking when is the hobby going to end because I
To go back to work hamdulillah it's not so hectic like that I do understand that people are working from home, and it is hectic. But brothers and sisters in Islam, we have greater control of our time doesn't have to be as hectic as it was before lockdown. Take moments and contemplate, ask yourself, where are you going? and ask yourself, how are you getting there? Ask yourself about the love that you really have for the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam and he shall light sincere and true, we don't doubt this. But ask yourself some kind of love. Are we going to be judged based on feelings that we have in our heart towards the Rasul Allah for Allah he was saying, well, we're gonna really
be judged based on what we did. With regards to the love that we said we had of the prophets of Allah and he was saying,
Ramadan is days away. There's no better time to sit down and get a hold and grip of ourselves, then now brothers and sisters is so that we enter them with the wind of generosity, the wind of giving with ease, and the wind of giving with ease and without measure, not just with regards to wealth, but also with regards to our self. This is the message for today My dearest brothers and sisters in Islam. Everything corrected is from Allah subhanho wa Taala alone and he's perfect. And any mistakes are for myself and she upon and I seek almost panaway talents, forgiveness, I love you all for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala and don't forget to increase in your sending of salutations upon the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, not only today, but every day but especially today, brothers and sisters in Islam, given that our salutations to him will be presented to him. We have like others with him in Jenin forgive our past in spite our futures. I mean you're a banana mean, may Allah protect our health and bless us to witness Ramadan with the excitement we always have when we witness number one despite the situations around us, may Allah cause us to remember the lesson from last week when we discussed the moments from the life of the messenger and discuss the mercy of the Sharia upon us so that we set aside the whispers of shavon those whispers that tried to breed
sadness within ourselves and caused us to lose the excitement that we should be having. Because Ramadan is coming all because our massages might be closed and so on and so forth. May Allah inspire us to remember those lessons and act upon those lessons to inshallah, once again, I love you all for the sake of Allah until next time, Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh are Sol Allah wa Sallim wa barik ala nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi