Arrogance and Shirk – Ubudiyyah #15

Tahir Wyatt


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is a low enough for you? Like 100 Lancelot or so no one else alone and he

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was 17 years old Tada. Here he's talking about the relationship between sugar and arrogance. And the reason why he's talking about that is because he said that there are two things that are

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polar opposites to Islam. Right? The one is shift, because shift is submitting to other than Allah subhana wa tada along with a lump. And the other opposite, if you will, is arrogance, because arrogance is what arrogance is somebody who refuses to submit to a loss of habitat that is that they refuse to openly submit, though there is going to be some form of submission as we covered, as we've covered previously. So he goes on to say, and the last is that we covered a lot of hands on SSL, sort of when I actually

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related to the end of the eye, he said that we will turn away those who behave arrogantly we're going to turn them away from my science to the point that if they saw every single side, they still wouldn't believe even though it's right there in front of their face faces. Right. And, and we said that the result of arrogance is what

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is ama, and that is that they won't be able to see.

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They won't have any insight that even though all of us fans are the signs are very clear, they won't be able to see any of them, right. So the that is the result of those who behave arrogantly when it comes to the loss of Hannah horchata. Now here the translation says because arrogant pride is the same as should and should be as opposed to a slam and is descended a low enough to give a last minute data sets. Now.

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This is a bit disjointed because of the way of the Arabic style. So shapeless lamb is starting a sentence. And then he has this long.

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I don't know exactly, I forget the English term for it. But he has this long digression in the sentence itself before he comes back to his to the point that he's trying to make. So what I want you to do, just follow very quickly, and then we'll go back and we'll cover it. What he's saying here. He says, Now, he actually does not say that arrogant pride is the same issue. He says that he says

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kibou Stella zeeman.

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Which means that

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that arrogance, that necessarily brings about any leads to leads to a shift. And so a person who has drowned in pride and arrogance, will necessarily become Yanni will have some element of of shift. Right? So he says because of that. Now skip the ayah. He says because of that all of the prophets were sent with the religion of Islam, that that's actually the end of the sentence. But he's going off to say, once once he message mentions shirt, he comes in to say and shook his what is the sin that a lost parent will not forgive? And this is the evidence for that. And then he comes back to the point to say that, that because of this Allah Subhana Allah sent the prophets with the religion

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of Islam, which is the only reason that Allah will accept so read it and then we'll explain the shell.

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Because of this, all the prophets who said let's start from the top because Eric and Brian

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because arrogant pride is the same as ship ship as opposed to a saint.

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Yeah, because arrogant pride is the same as sugar and sugar as opposed to snam. And is the syndrome long enough? Forgive a law says and certainly set a law forgives not that partner should be set up with him, but he forgives anything else to whom he pleases, to set up partners with a law is to devise a sim most genius in the

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law forgives not the sin of joining other gods with him, but he forgives him when he pleases other sins then this one who joins other gods with a law has strayed far, far away from the rest. Right. So these two eyes both both of which are in sorted to Nisha Allah Subhana. Allah says Allah, Allah to fiddle and you should be Allah Subhana Allah does not forgive that should be committed with him that anybody sets up a partner with him. That is not forgiven. And anything less than that, Allah Subhana Allah will

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allow us to Adam may or

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may not forgive, and that is what is known as that a person is to tell the machine mean that they are under loss parotitis will, if allies are Joe wills, He forgives them. And if he does not will, then he does not forgive them. And it is not from the act either. And the sooner that a person who dies on sin, that they're necessarily going to the Hellfire, we don't know, allow me forgive them without them having repented. And for those who have repented, this is not talking about them. This is talking about the people who do not repent in the lower layers and you suck me a lot doesn't forgive them, what they should be

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committed that they be partners associated with him tight.

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The reason the way we know that this is not talking about for those who have repentant is because all of the campaign's before the Prophet Alliance was said and almost all of them they would

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committed almost all of them across the board. And then they they weren't, they repented, and they repentance was Islam. And so Allah Subhana Allah forgive them for all of the things that came before that, including the shift. Right? And the same thing happens today. There are many Muslims around the globe,

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many Muslims around the globe, who were brought up in an environment where sugar is promoted, and so they can shift.

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Some of them unknowingly they don't realize that this is *. And then they turn to a loss fantana and they repent. And Eliza Joe accepts the repentance of those who sincerely repented. This is not talking about those who those who do those who repent, this is dealing specifically with those who do not repent. As for those who repent and philosophy hetalia who will do nuba Jamia, he forgives all sins no matter how grave they may be. For those who do not repent, then they are under a loss of Hamlet and others will. He may punish them for their sins, or he may forgive them. Pena who was had

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to arrogance because they choose

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because of the

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that some some people not everybody does not repent because of arrogance.

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So some people don't repent, because they don't know they can. The man who killed 99 people, he went in the ass as the primary source of saving for this. He went he was looking for a way to repent. And when he went to

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the bat worshiper, right? And he asked him, and he the people say, look, you know, he's a worship, pray somebody, and he was close to a loss of habitat. And they went and asked him, and he said, Look, I killed 99 people. Is there any way I can make total? And I said, No, no, he can make.

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So he became number 100. Because it was, if there is no avenue for repentance, what's stopping him from from just continuing in his way, but then he was informed about a real scholar. And he went to me said, Is there a way for me to repent?

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So his his not repenting, up until that point was not because of arrogance, right?

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By the time he got into the scholar, and he said, Look, I've killed 100 people, is there a way for me to repent? And he said, Yes, but you have to go to such and such a land. In other words, you have to get out of the environment that is causing that has led to you being the way that you are right now.

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And this is one of the, you know, indications that if a person is committing sins over and over and over again, even though they have the desire not to commit that sin, they want to make Toba.

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And one of the things is very important for them to get out of the environment that is facilitating for them the ease of that sin that they are that they're committed. But the point is that not everybody who doesn't repent.

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They are failing to repent is not necessarily because of because of errors.

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because of this, all the profits reset with the religion of Islam, which is the only religion that Allah will accept. You will not accept any other religion, not from the earlier generations nor the later generation. Okay, Northern ladder generations. tight. Okay, let's stop right there. Mr. Miller.

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Here, says that all of the prophets were sent with the religion of Islam,

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which is the only religion that Allah will accept. It will not accept any other religion hammered I don't want you to answer this question.

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But anybody else can answer.

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What does that mean that all of the prophets was were sent with the religion of

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Musa was sent with Islam pays a cap 2.5%

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Thai, Thai, Thai.

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Ibrahim is the first of the month of Ramadan.

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Hold on.

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Hold on.

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A Muslims Muslim.

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If you say is it from Islam to paisa? Cat? They tell you what. Yes. Okay. first month of Ramadan? Yes. Okay. You just say that the previous prophets, they didn't do that they didn't do 2.5% physical surplus Well, in the month of Ramadan.

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We don't know that they pray five times a day.

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Which is still saying that they were Muslim.

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So somebody could just be Muslim today. They could just say Muslim, like Ibrahim was Muslim.

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Now, all right, I gotta explain that.

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Okay, submission. So Islam is is submission and they were all sent with submission. Okay. Keep going. Yeah. Because each property has some different revelations. So certain things that are dating or dating back then because it had come to fruition yet. So. So how was it a slam? Because as it was revealed, they followed it as everything.

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So you're saying that Moosa was not

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Jewish? I'm saying he didn't follow that he didn't follow Judaism.

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I'm saying he didn't follow Christianity.

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Mohammad Silva prophet

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hamdulillah. All right, listen, that what's what's important to understand in any time you study anything, is to know what you do is to understand that words may refer to different things in different contexts. Right? So don't just take a word as it is right? And not understand the context in which is being used. All right. So Islam, in the, in our religion, in the revelation is used with three different connotations, though they all directly related three different connotations, right? So we have what is known as Islam or Lam, right, which is the general term of Islam, which is to submit to Allah subhana wa tada with to heat, the worship of Allah Subhana Allah alone

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and full submission to him.

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Every messenger and then we're gonna go over that inshallah, in a minute from Noah had a salado said, Abraham moving on down the line and moose eyes what a man and Isa, all of them came with the what we will call Islam in general. And none of them came with a different religion.

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Right. None of them came with a different religion. There is no such we, today people like to use the term the Abrahamic faiths, faith.

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But Ibrahim didn't have faiths. What s Brahim came with one beam. And that was military Ibrahima hanifin. Or mecanim. In a machete key. He came with the religion of tawheed. And the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Alone, the faith was one now we it's not totally wrong to say Abrahamic faiths in the sense that all of these faiths attribute themselves to to evil, but all of them are not correct. All of them are not correctly attributed to Ibrahim, right? But in that sense, I mean, you know, when you're dealing with certain dialogue, if you understand that, then that's fine. But the point is that Ibrahim only had one faith and he only came one deed and all of the prophets only

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came with one Deen

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right the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, sir

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MBL if we're totally relent, that the prophets are all maternal brothers,

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their maternal brothers, if we're totally lakhiani dead, that is,

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excuse me, they are paternal brothers. That is that they are all

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that they all have the same father. right but their mothers are different. And so the probably some actually went on

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To say, said Dino mwah, hit my head from shatter, and that is that their, that their religion is one religion, but the legislations are are different.

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Right? So these ones may pray three times a day, that Prophet might have prayed six times a day, we don't know. Exactly, we do know that they prayed all of them. They all gave us a cat, they all fasted. And Ibrahim was the one that they would actually was the first one to make this enough hedge

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to the house of a loss of habitat.

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So the point is that Islam is used in that way to mean what the general religion that all of the prophets came, which was submission to Allah Subhana Allah in the form of tawheed, and the worship of Him alone, then there is what is known as Al Islam will hos and specific Islam, and that is the legislation that our Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu, Alayhi, wasallam came with.

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So, normally, today, when we use the term Islam just like that, then we are referring to what, to the exact legislation that the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam came

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That's number one. And number two, there's a third way that his name is used in the texts. Who's gonna tell me?

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And all of you know, because as soon as I say, they'll be like, Oh, yeah.

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I'll give you I'll give you a hint. Heidi jabril.

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The hadith of gibreel, he came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he asked them three questions when he asked him, What is Islam? And what is he man? And what is it?

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Five? When he asked, perhaps I sent him What is Islam? What the prophecy is, and I'm talking about,

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he talked about what the external rituals of Islam, and we asked him about he men with the prophecies, I'm talking about the beliefs, right, the creed that a person has. Right, so here is lamb. And he men when mentioned in the same when they mentioned in the same texts in the same context, and Islam is going to refer to one's external practice, whereas he meant refers to the internal beliefs that are held. Right? But if Islam is mentioned by itself, right, then it includes internal beliefs. And when a man is mentioned by itself, and in lieu of Islam, then it also refers to external actions, right?

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so here, he says, because all of this, the prophets were sent with the religion of Islam, which is the only religion that a law will accept, you will not accept any other religion, not from the earlier generations. So from the earlier generations here, he's talking about from the time that he's not talking about earlier generations of the followers of Mohammed Salah to something he's talking about, from the early earliest of mankind. Okay, nor from the latter generations only up until now. No.

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Call No, no.

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But if we turn back, no reward have I asked for you. My Word is only due from a law and I have been commanded to be those who submit. So So literally in the Quran, will move to an akuna Minal Muslim in new la Salatu. Salam said, I've been commanded to be from amongst the Muslims. Right? So no, he called himself a

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Muslim. Right. So the author right now is going to bring us several ads from the because he, because his point here is that all of the messengers were sent with what with Islam, and Islam is the opposite of shift in the opposite of arrogance. So all of the all of the prophets were sent with this, okay? None of them were allowed to be arrogant. None of them were allowed to

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associate partners with a loss of Hannah who was at

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a loss it

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turns away from the religion of Ebrahim, but such as debase your souls with holding him we choose and render pure in this world, and he will be in the hereafter in the ranks of the righteous. Behold, his Lord said to him, bow, he said, I will so so again.

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Call is called Allah hoorah. boohoo, bow.

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Bow your will to me.

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Call Allah hora boo s&m and in between

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Again, the point here, and just just a note for, you know, for those of you who translate or have aspirations to translate, right, that if you're bringing home the point of an author, the point of the author here is to do what? To show that all of the profits came with Islam, that all of them were commanded by law, in fact, to be Muslim. So you have to use the terminology that's going to bring out to me in the Arabic is very clear, right? But in the English, you have to bring out the terminology that's going to clarify the objective of the author. If you're not clarifying the author's objective, then you're not really staying true to the text. Right? So here, what I believe

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is that because it's a quite This is an old translation,

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the 90s

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so I don't think that there were many translations available of the Quran at that time. And they probably use the use of ally translation.

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And without realizing that as a translator, sometimes you have to go in and you can't just rely on someone else's translation that you actually have to go in and make it make sense in the context that has been anyway. So he says it's called an ahora boo Aslam, behold, his lawyer said to him, excellent, excellent means will be a Muslim. Right? He said ba Muslim, the practice I sent him when he would write his letters he would say what a slim Tesla he sent his letters to the to the leaders of different you know, nations and tribes Aslam become Muslim Tesla you'll be safe. You'll have peace, right? So his law is set him Aslam be a Muslim, right? Submit. Ibrahim said no.

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He said

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map color slim to

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me. He said I have what a slumped I have become Muslim. I have submitted to Bob Bellamy. And

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he left his songs and so did yaku Oh, my son's a lot of shows in the faith, were you

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not accepting the state of submission? Right for letter Mouton. Illa. When to Muslim boo. And this is what they said to is we aku said to his to his children don't die, except as Muslims don't die except as Muslims. Right? So here we have what nor saying that he was a Muslim, Ibrahim saying that he was a Muslim Yaqoob saying that he was a Muslim and telling his his children to be to die in the state of Islam. As the scholars, as the scholars associate mentioned, any command to die a certain way is actually a command to what to live that way. Because you don't know when you're going to die. And so that is almost like

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it's actually a blog and it's it's stronger rhetorically than saying live this way. When I'm telling you to die a certain way. Because basically is like live this wait until you take your last breath. Right, which is a little different than, hey, live this way. So a lot of fans are saying to us because they're obviously in an alien mind. I should probably be here every gym, I'm

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going to miss the moon. Right? But this is also the statement Dr. Koop said to his to his children don't die. Except that as Muslims, that's a deep, you know, statement. And a lot of times, you know, a person may fail to realize that what's actually being said here is to live Islam, to live it until your last breath. No.

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take my soul at depth as one submit into your will as a Muslim and you made me with the righteous, right? This is a limited, right? It's a very, you know, tremendous

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use of Allah Sam says tawaf any Muslim man.

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Right, take my soul. Too often he calls me to die as a Muslim

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Subhana Allah. I mean,

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don't don't take that lightly. The fact that this is a prophet of Allah, a prophet of Allah, who has been through many trials at the time when he's making the statement. He's been through many trials already. Right?

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And he says tawaf any Muslim

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caused me to die as a Muslim and Hakone beside him and put me in the total hc means to put something with something else. Make allow me to catch up to and be in the company of and be with the righteous assadi

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look at look at that and look at the the ayat that just came before those ads.

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What did the law say about Ibrahim in here?

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says well Miyazawa Mila t Brahimi, LeMond Sophia nafsa. Well I call this fluffy now with doing you know field activity lemina Salim and allow

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anybody Yusuf RSM may have been saying, well, I'll hit Gandhi beside him, Annie, and put me in the company of Ibrahim. And in the Hereafter, I need the same way that we make dua for what to be in the company of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu, wasallam. And in the Hereafter, right? Well, the best of mankind, the best of mankind, after the prophet Isaiah is selected for them and the prophet Isaiah select was not been was not born yet. Right? During the time of use of the best of mankind, after the prophet Isaiah swans was named

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Ibrahim, right. So hello, Adam, I haven't done enough search in an attempt here to see if any of the scholars have mentioned that. And I'm not gonna make up my own statements. But what I'll hit any beside him, and it's the first time I ever realized it, though, see, seeing it back to back, right, because Jacob is talking about here, we're in the hoof will fit the Minnesota heat. And then he says we'll call it Yousuf to offer any Muslim men. Well, how can you be sorry, he called me die as a Muslim and put me in a company and in the hereafter amongst the amongst the righteous, obviously, the righteous is a broad category, right? It's not just Ibrahim at incident, but he would have been

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the best of the righteous. And I mean, at that particular at that particular time was Madonna knows best.

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But do I is it to either we should memorize we should say it frequently to ask a lot of cause you to die as a Muslim and put you with the righteous in the hereafter. And what else could a person one?

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Oh my people, if you do really believe in me, then in him put your trust.

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in me,

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if you do you really believe in a law that didn't here, put your trust. And if you submit your will to his, they said, We put our trust.

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So musasa he says yeah, call me and confirm Amazon Bella.

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If you truly believe in Allah, then why Friday, talk Hello.

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Then in him, put your token, your reliance

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and your trust. He says income to Muslim mean. If you are, in fact, Muslims, if you are in fact Muslims, and all of them are saying the same thing.

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And again,

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if if somebody was just sit back and say

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this book was authored by Mohammed

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and he said

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it's just a claim that this is from Allah, you know, what do you do 50 laughing pity on you would have found a lot of discrepancy in the book, a lot of differences here and there. Right.

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But look at this, look at the consistency of what the prophets are saying to their people. I mean, this is just one exam. I mean, not to mention, that modern day linguists, interestingly enough, I mean, they've, they've studied the speech of a loss of habitat and the Quran.

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And they've studied they, they've made comparisons with, for example, sahale bohart.

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Right. And found that

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over 80% of the speech is different.

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Even the words right, in other words, the Quran has his own style.

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The Quran has his own style, very different from the speech of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam himself as recorded in saleable Carter's most authentic book, if, if the two books were the same, you'd be able to pick that up. I mean, if the if the author was the same, you'd be able to pick that up.

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But this is these are some of those modern you know, studies within the last 15 to 20 years that linguists have done because they're able to add it because everything is computerized now they're able to do those types of comparisons to just show you that this is not a book that was written by Mohammed bin Abdullah salado Asana, that this book is truly from a lost pet. And you know what else I find interesting, you know, we're going through this book was is only not even 100 pages, right or something like that. And how many mistakes have we come across, right and then if

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Do another addition, you know what's gonna happen? still gonna be mistakes, and you still want to correct it you got, you got all this time to do it, even though you may even put a whole bunch of people all working on the same project and they try to fix it and copy edit and everything else guess what's gonna happen is going to be mistakes.

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Yeah, me. He I'm saying even with next editions, the court I didn't have any next editions

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they only had one edition.

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And it came out the way it is.

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And with one edition

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and on top of that, it was revealed to the Prophet I think his slides was sent him over a period of time

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where he was going through some very difficult struggles, and still the message remain consistent. And that's not the way the human mind works. It doesn't work like that. When you're going through something, it comes out different. It comes out different on paper, you you have a,

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you know, your writing is going to be affected by what you're going through at the time somebody is going to death in a family they're going to when they write is there's going to be a type of sorrow that you can pick up in it. If you're going through a happy time and whether that's going to come out at all of that company. The Quran is Subhanallah a real stable tone.

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Even when the prophet SAW his son was going through some of those difficult times aligns with Joe's revelation came to him and reassured him and what was was a guidance for the believers. I mean, just, it's amazing. I mean, I don't know what triggered it is now what I was thinking about. So panela the consistency that all of these messengers will come in saying, be Muslim, I am Muslim, right? I slept and that and that was the call the religion. That is what the last parent added, according to him so parents and the only religion he will accept is this thing.

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Law says it was we revealed the law to Moosa during was guidance and light by its standards have been judged the Jews by the prophets who bow as it is them to our laws with no color. Yeah, como vnav Yun and Medina s lemma. So he's talked about all of the they usually call them the rabbinical prophets, right? All of them who who assalamu all of them who accepted Islam, all of them who were Muslims. So all of those profits from any Israeli will consider to be Muslims.

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Below peace,

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sir, oh my lord, I am indeed wrong my soul, I do submit with Solomon to the Lord of the world. Call it a slim to Islam to That's what she said. I have become Muslim with Sulaiman and I have submitted to Allah Subhana Allah, Lord of the worlds type

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*less Sam said the profits but here he's talking about Bill piece was built as a profit.

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Now, you sure how you know Bill piece wasn't

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even has Have you heard of?

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Yeah, majority of scholars of Islam said they were they were no female prophets. They were no female prophets. Right? So why did she bring this is this he believed that bill cases are

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slim to master a man right? She said, I become Muslim with Sulaiman. In other words, today, man is a what is a Muslim, and he's a prophet.

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And so that's why I say the same as nine.

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The law said, and behold, I inspired for the disciples to have faith in me and my messenger. They said, We have a bear witness that we bounce a lot as Muslims. Yeah. See how they translated the beer. That was a, that was how you would have wanted the rest of the translations to have have been to kind of highlight the fact that they are saying that they are Muslims, right. So these are the Hawaiian, even

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those who were with inside a sedan, and they said, that wash had been in the mood

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for a while. So So this here, a lot of fans out is talking about the profits. And now now, shake the Sam's going to mention some that just talk in general, that go back to his other point, which is what so he said two things before you go back to page 81. He said all of the profits were sent with the religion of the sign. That's his first claim. Right? And then he mentioned I had to support that claim. Then he also says, which is the only religion that a law will accept. That's a separate claim. And so now he's also going to bring evidence for that claim, which is that it is the only religion that Allah will accept

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The religion before me sort of condition before a law is Islam submission is

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also inserted. If anyone desires a religion other than Islam, never will it be accepted now and this here as the scholarship subsea mentioned if what is being referred to in the Diener in the law and Islam

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or in the second I will meet you ever tells me his name is Dina fillet Yoko Bella me, right? If anyone desires a religion other than Islam, it will never be accepted of him. This Islam here if it's talking about the Islamic land, and the general Islam of submission, then that would refer to each and every prophet and their particular legislation. And it was referred to the specific Islam that that is the legislation that was given to Mohammed Abdullah salado, cinnamon anybody after the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, nothing will be accepted of him. Nothing will be accepted of them, other than the deen of Mohammed bin Abdullah Salatu was Salam and his his legislation now

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do they seek for other than the religion of a law? We're all creatures of the heavens? Okay, this is actually a different topic here. But we'll get into it inshallah. In a second.

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So those two is those who eyes are supporting the claim that what

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that allows fantana will that there is no other Dean that will be accepted by lost parents. And

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let me just say that, ask Allah Subhana Allah to bless you to be firm and your study of his Deen, right? Because this systematic study to kind of go through things and just take your time learning your religion.

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It's, it's not the trend right now. Right? It used to be, it used to be that it was very common, let's just say to find in the massage, that you would have a shade for somebody who had learned the deen and the way that they learned the deen they would pass it on to others. And they would, you know, open up a book or they would teach people Tafseer and Fibonacci and so forth. But now,

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you know, because the

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I don't just want to blame it on attention spans, right? Because I was still the same human beings that we were I mean, I don't know, maybe microwave changed, I don't know, McDonald's food. But the

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The point is that now people want to be entertained.

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And, and this was actually brought into Islam, like as in education for fat, like a edutainment type purposes, right. And what happens is,

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and there was a, there was a reason why the people who initially started that started there, and they felt like they were connecting to a,

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a group of people who otherwise would not sit in the master, they wouldn't learn Islam, so we can give them at least something so they can learn some parts of their religion even though, but but but a lot of my facet also came with that, or a lot of there's a lot of drawbacks to that. Right? So

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I mean, you think about a person in any field. So panela, if, if you teach them all these shortcuts, right? You teach them the shortcut, you teach them all the little tricks of the trade, and they can do something really well. But the minute that something doesn't go exactly as you taught them, they don't know what to do. Why? Because they skipped so many steps, right. And the other problem is that they think they know, even though they've skipped the steps, and that's in any field, whether it's plumbing, electricity, medicine, engineering, anything, anything across the board, they skip steps, they may be able to do that one thing and then the problem is they really think they know now they

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even talk back to you, you know, because they know you don't know, right, even though you taught them, right. So the same thing happens when you skip all these steps. So you think Yeah, I'm learning now and you know, I do a weekend course and now I know something about it, then I know sort of filter, no filter and all this other stuff. And it's just like, that's not how the deen works. It's not how it works. There's, there's some struggle that has to go into this. And I'm saying this because

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just be patient with it. Be in the back and you will see the fruit. You'll see the fruit later on down the line.

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Because the the fads will go away. They can't really stick around right now. Everything is podcast right?

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These interviews like people are learning the adeem through interviews, right? I mean, and it's really weird, right? But it's a thing right now. And I mean, I guess COVID kind of, like push that to a to a next level.

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But the idea of how do you really learn your religion, sitting down for hours at a time, and learning, learning Tafseer learning al Qaeda and going through books, right, going through it, not always going through the book, sometimes you may sit with with some of the scholars and this was also common, where they were learning. And they would take you through a certain subject, based off of what they had learned. And that's fine, too. As long as you're taking from somebody who learned from somebody right here, there's a chain, right that goes, but but but the quick style is not gonna cut it is all it does is give you a boost.

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And a boost is only as as good as you can keep it as long as you can keep it. Because otherwise, what happens after a boost, crash, and usually go lower than you were before you started? Right? So a boost is good, the more Eva was was has been in Islam from early from early on. But that was never seen as the be all end all. The good talk, right? The good talk is to get you all man, I'm back on track now. Right? And then you start actually putting the work in the good talk now has become not the means to an end. But it's become the objective. And so go here Good talk. It's like not a good talk supposed to propel you to some type of stable, you know, and consistent action.

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I'm not gonna go there.

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Go into the third. Yeah, go to the third

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do they seek for other than the religion of a law, all creatures of the heavens and on earth have willing or unwilling to his will

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keep on the submission of all living things willing or otherwise, as mentioned, because all create things are enslaved to a lot in general, in general terms, whether they acknowledged it or not, right, this is actually a, the author's repeating something that he mentioned earlier, but he's repeating it for a particular reason here.

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But it is a moment of time. So we're going to have to push that off. Until next week, inshallah Tada, which will be our last class before they eat. And then inshallah we'll take off a week or two. And then I'm inshallah I'm going to finish this book. Before we start back in September next 10 week session, I'm going to just try to finish off this book, leave the lights out. And then

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I'm going to start a book by William shall altana in September, and most likely is going to be totally silent at mukhiya with Elijah, which is translated, because there's some important lessons in that book that need to be covered. But lots of hands on in those best. One of the reasons why I'm considering that book is because it is translated in the translation is actually a decent, accurate translation.

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Um, there's another book by him Okay, um, I'm considering this also translated. And then there's a third one that, uh, that I'd like to work on, perhaps, for January,

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to kind of let's get into the the works of evidence, I mean, the data so that, you know, you can compare and contrast even Okay, him was like,

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he was the sheriff. He was the one who explained the books of shake was saying and take me, because she was saying was, is she right, and it will claim also, you know, benefited from other scholars, but he was the one who kind of took the works of him, it'll kind of shake with Sam and take me over some of his works and,

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and kind of massage them out so that you can see him in a different light. And he brings some very important points in rusada too bulky, so I'm considering it. This here, Shane was saying was basically bringing back the point, which is that

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everybody, everybody submits some way somehow, willingly or unwillingly. Everybody has some level of Islam in the sense that they do what that they submit to Allah subhanho wa Taala, they can't get away from from his will. They cannot get away from the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And if a person

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you know, decided that they that they're not going to eat, and they're not going to use the bathroom and they're not going to breathe, what's gonna happen to them, right? They can't, they can't get away from that. They're gonna submit

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To what Allah Allah has decreed for for the human being, but there's also a level of submission to Allah subhanho wa Taala schutter his legislation and that is something that we're going to talk about being the bachata next week. Well Oh Allah Subhana Allah Mohammed again shalonda and sakurako Vedic