Introduction – Aqidah Wasitiyah – Hereafter #01

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today inshallah is the first class in our 10 week series dealing with an Imam and Yeoman active belief in the hereafter the man will add him

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shala we're going to cover this series is going to be a bit different

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from what we did in the summertime in the summer, you know, we covered the six weeks also dealing with an Emmanuel Acura belief in the hereafter.

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But that was not based on any one particular book. So we covered topics. And for those who attended, perhaps you can help remind us with categories we covered. Remember, what what do we say, belief in the Hereafter is

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and then and then I'll move on to something very important what is belief in the hereafter? Yes.

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Belief in everything that happens after person dies. And this is important for us because couldn't do enough sin that equal to mote every soul will taste death. What is going to happen after a person dies.

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Knowing what is going to happen from our Prophet Isaiah salatu salam and first and foremost from the core allows a person to prepare for what is going to happen otherwise, otherwise, your preparation is not going to be proper because you don't even know what you're preparing for it. So that belief in the Hereafter is essential and Subhana Allah, you look at what success is in the Quran, how Allah subhanho wa Taala defines success because if we would have asked 12 different people what success is we probably come out with 13 or 14 different answers. Allah subhanho wa Taala defines for us success in the Quran as a multiple times.

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So long as you Joe says femen Zhu Zhi Hua and enough will Oh, hello Jen Naja d'affaires, whoever is pushed away from the fire will be there. Yeah. And he is far away from the fire.

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And he enters into paradise. So he is entered into paradise that this one is successful. So all of the things that we measure success with materialistically means absolutely nothing because you cannot take that with you when you die.

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And each one of us who've had a lot

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is closer to death than they are to life.

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And we see that there are things that happen on a daily basis that you know, remind us that we're very fragile beings, very fragile. And as you get older sometimes you just get these little pains that you didn't used to have.

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You get that little one gray hair that shoots out in the last pantallas reminding you with each one of those gray hairs and each one of those little pains that you are closer to meeting him subhanho wa tada

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Allah azza wa jal describes in the Quran he says call in and motility to feed wound I mean who in whom Allah to

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death that you are running away from is in front of you. Think about that concept of not really like process that you're running away from something because you think it's behind you. And in fact, you're running towards it because it's in front of you Hill in mill molten lead into furuno Minho, the death that you are running away from, for in the Humala. Akiko is actually right in front of your face. And so

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how do we prepare for that, except that we learn what our Prophet Isaiah select was sent and taught us and there's so much emphasis on this subject in the Quran. In fact, I would almost say that there's not a single surah that you can read except that it reminds you of the day that you will meet Allah subhanahu wa Tada. And so that theme is repeated in the Quran. And it was taught by all of the messengers of Allah, belief in Allah belief in the last day, that was something that all of the messengers of ally Liam salado said and all of them taught that subject.

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You look at another section in the Quran, I think it's important for us as well.

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to focus on this point

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a lie so Joe says hey, the janitor parmesan kuvira when the great affliction will come

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to kuvira yo Maria says that curl in Santo Meza the day when every person will remember what he put forth

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were breweries at silja haimo Lima Yara, and for everyone who can see the fire will be placed a blazing fire will be in front of them for mn men Paula will after all hire to dunya for in Ninja Hema, Hema, as for those who have transgressed transgress means that they either didn't do what Allah, Allah commanded them to do, or they did those things that allies would have told them to refrain from first amendment Allah will act as a dunya and he preferred the life of this world. He gave preference to this life for England Johanna Hema can his abode is the alpha and each person can kind of measure what is your preference? Do you really want to hear after analyzer job tells us then

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what a madman ha from a comma b when I had nafsa Anil However, in agenda he Elma as for those who feared that standing in front of a lot

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they feared it so they prepare for it. They did the internal audit before they are externally audit.

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They prepared

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a memo ma'am and half from a comma b they fear that standing in front of Allah when a hand enough Sinaloa and so they prevented themselves from that lust and the desires and the the lowly things that they know they shouldn't be doing. Why did they prevent themselves from their own holla because they feared that standing in front of Allah hidden agenda to heal. You know, it's a very simple formulas from hannula It's not easy as they say it's easier said than done. But it's a simple formula. Fear the standing in front of Allah, prevent yourself from displeasing Allah for immunogen Mehta he'll method and gender is the the Abode and whoever enters gender he is one successful and so

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success lies in belief in the hereafter.

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And that is why Subhanallah when you look at the conversation

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that employees had with Allah subhana wa tada after law created Adam, and he commanded the angels to bow to Adam, and they all doubt

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amongst them was a belief who was from the gym. But he kept the company of, of angels in legalese is stuck battle Academy no caffeine, he was arrogant and he rejected. He was from the Kufa and he goes who reject and he rejected following the command that will last for hematology. And he was a disbeliever in that sense.

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Not in the sense that he didn't believe that Allah was his Lord, because after a last minute it says to * with me when I was a college.

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Professor Jimmy Hoffa in ecology, we're in La collana Tila Yama, de, so get out because you are cursed and upon you is my curse until yarmulke Oh, Yama, de.

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He call kohlrabi. kohlrabi for young Vinny elomi obasan Allah, my Lord, my Lord, give me respect don't cause me to die. Let me live until your mega soon so the day when Adam and his offspring are raised up.

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Color of Beaver on the Neela home you buy some color in the color in the Camino de la mano, he said that you will be for most those who are granted that respect until the appointed time color phobia is low we in the home as you may pay attention to this. He said I'm going to cause I'm going to attempt all of them I'm going to send off I'm Yanni he's going to do his best obviously to attempt to seduce to mislead all of the children of Adam in the home as a man in a bad that can mean homeowners policy All right. Let's stop right there. Not leasing which if you go back to some of the translation says you're sincere servants but that's that's not what that means. In law a bad that

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can mean Humala. metallocene except for your marvelous servants service type. What does mandalas mean? Yes.

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No, no, no, no

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sincerity is placed on them. So they therefore they are chosen like the brother said, I think

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they are purified through a process chosen by Allah subhana wa tada now now state just kind of follow this this earlier in that same sort of sort of site so here at least says he's not he knows he's not going to be able to tempt

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or mislead the service of a law who are law soon, right? In a bed they came in home and macula See,

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what is the quality of those who are chosen by law the modulus and not the modulus but the modulus The one who are chosen by Allah? Allah azza wa jal says what's called a bad enable our Hema what is our hemo What is harkaway our qub only ad well ever saw. Allah says earlier in that same sort of remember our servants,

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Ibrahim, and his hack, and Yahoo.

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Ad well ever saw those who were given

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or endowed with ability, strength, envision, they have vision they had insight. In a flawless now home and being we chose them we purified them because Elisa tiene de cada

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ha, by having them constantly remember and remind others based off of what Tafseer you look at,

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by having them constantly conscious of the hereafter.

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When Eliza Joe chose them, he gave them a distinct quality, that distinct quality was that the hereafter was always on their mind in a hopeless now home so who are a bear the lion McCluskey they're the ones who are constantly in remembrance of the hereafter. That's why profit it is Salatu was sin answer contain a hater comenzado Cuckoo. LFO Zulu ha for to the Q and s era prophecy Sallam said, I used to prohibit you from visiting the graves

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used to prohibit that somebody whose father died somebody whose mother die You can't go to the grave and visit them. Bury them Yes, but visit them now.

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But now visit them because they remind you of the hereafter visiting the graves when you go and Subhanallah This is something that needs to change. And the etiquette that a person has at the here at the at the grave should be one that is indicative of them remembering the hereafter. how a person could curse somebody else out why they bearing somebody or fight somebody while they're burying somebody is unbelievable.

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Because the prophet Isaiah SelectUSA then told us to visit those grades because they remind us of the hereafter. So this casts of belief in the hereafter.

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the Hereafter is the real life and they'll ask you not to lie he'll Hiawatha locanto

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the Hereafter is the real life if they only but new, because we stay in this life for a very, very short period of time, if we compare it to to the hereafter.

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So preparation for that knowing what is to come so that you can prepare adequately and properly is very important. And it should take precedence in the life of the Muslims. So we're going to cover the length our belief in the hereafter but not the way we did it in the summertime. Summertime there was no book. Now we have a text and it's going to be based on Sheikh Mohammed bin Saleh as a means of mo loss explanation of alopecia and wasa to

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talk about this in a second shallow.

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So the first thing we're going to do is we're

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going to get those juices flowing. That's something that hasn't changed.

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Alright, that means you got to use your brain. This is not I don't come here to just talk the whole time. Especially when you got a mic right.

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Now, I don't need to talk the whole time. Plus, you all need to be involved the passive. Just you sit there and you listen until you fall asleep because you haven't had enough coffee and coffee is awesome. Right? coffees done anyway. Like that style of learning that does not work. So you have to be involved in this process. So we get those juices flowing. This father said what do they need to know by the end of this lesson?

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Lesson you should be able to answer the following questions. What books will be used? Will we be using for this 10? week session? Yes. Why?

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Why is it important? notice that it says what books are not What book?

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Why is it important to stand belief in the hereafter?

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What is it in Damian rakhimov definition for faith in the hereafter? Do you think this is accurate?

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establishes rational, logical understanding proofs for belief in the hereafter. Give at least two examples from the poor and explain the author statement. Man passes through five stages. Do you agree? Anybody ready to answer if you're ready to answer these, you can go shallow. Anybody weren't ready to answer all five, six, whatever 2345. Or you can stay in

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and pretend like you don't know and humorous. Okay, so is a questions Understood? I'm not asking the you know the answer to the questions or the questions clear. All right.

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Before we go into, I'll talk about what books we're going to be using for this 10 week session. inshallah.

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As you saw from the title page, we're going to be using the explanation of LRP, the last of the year, that was written by shaker what they mean by mo low tide. For we get to that point, I want to talk to you about why we're using a book in the first place.

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Reason number one, is because

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many of us do not know how to read.

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And I don't mean that you're illiterate.

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You can read the sentences,

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but maybe not know how to read a text. And so I'm hoping that as when we did last year, a year and a half ago, when we cover the Latina was Sophia. And we started breaking down things and asking questions, I want to get back to the because since then, we haven't actually covered the book we did do show you the event. Bus I showed you the TV man, which was a year ago, we haven't done a book. So I want to get back to the text getting back in dissecting how do we read? Okay, how do we understand? What questions do we need to ask ourselves as we read. So the first reason why we are using a book is because I'm hoping to increase your Islamic literacy, the ability to go through

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these texts, and hopefully pull out what the author intends to inform you of and then to challenge that, as well. Has the author proven his point in that, because that's not a given. Nothing that we're reading was written by Allah subhana wa Taala, other than the fact that they that they quote, other than that, they are human beings. Granted, they are better than us. But it doesn't mean that they haven't made mistakes, or that they have necessarily adequately proved their point. So we need to start learning how to read better, all right,

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somebody whose hair keeps popping up here, by

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mesh, the The second reason why we're choosing a book

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is because Alhamdulillah these type of topics have been written about in abundance by the scholars of Islam. And so attaching ourselves to the heritage of Islam, and not pretending like none of this has been written about, it's very important that we attach ourselves to our heritage, that we don't lose that,

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as opposed to, you know, some other faiths and even some other, let's just say, schisms within Islam, that may deny or reject, in fact, some of what has been written in the past. So we want to connect ourselves to our heritage. And the last reason is, in terms of this particular course, is because what you find in a book is usually more detailed, or and it'll cover topics that we're not able to cover if we don't deal with a book. So what you'll see in Sharla, as we go through this text, you'll find that there are things that we did not cover and the summertime when we dealt with belief in the hereafter. So those who were not here in the summer, you'll still benefit tremendously

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and those who worry in the summer you'll have something you'll have a foundation to build upon in the Learning Channel. Speaking of which,

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if you were to break down the belief in the hereafter into three sections.

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What would they be chronologically

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We did cover this, by the way, yes.

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Okay, so that the grave is a there's a larger period there. The barossa, right. Okay, the barossa followed by.

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that's true. But the resurrection and the reckoning and the scales are all part of what we call

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the last day, which is followed by

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entering one's final abode.

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J. So if we were, if we were to break it down into three sections, we would say the butters F. And then we could say, a Yeoman. And it will say the last day

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based off of what we cover it, you'll see shirtless lamb approaches a little differently. And then we and then we would say entering the ones final abode. That's a lot agenda. We ask a lot of agenda.

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All right. So that's the reason why we're using a book. Why this book? Well, what we covered when we first studied allottee that was of the year was the importance of that particular athlete and that's because it the books tend to be of two types, which are what

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establishing creed and the second type

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defending the crease, so refuting false Creed's. Right, so alasa, Thea deals with establishing aqidah, which is what general in general, what people need to study those who are at a higher level or intermediate advanced, then you go into defending the creed that you have against creeds that may contradict it, right. So luckily, that was a three year is one of the better, you know, appi this written for establishing the creed of Addison ilja man. And as we studied prior to two in that particular lesson, it was defended in the lifetime, even told me about him a lot of time to himself against those who, who disagreed with that particular with his athletes. And so it says it has stood

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the test of time, it also is well serviced. So there are several explanations to lakita Allah, Sophia, honkala, and B, for reasons that we mentioned in the past LRP the rasa tea is one of the primers that everybody who is trying to study IPT should at least go through why this particular explanation? Well shake with me about him Mahalo to Anna. Well, number one is because it's, it's the best one that's translated, there is another explanation as translated, but it's not as lucid as the

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as the explanation of shake with a mean, a liar, hammer. The other thing is that shake was a mean

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is very fond of categorization.

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And by putting things into categories, it helps you to understand and it helps you to, to memorize and digest the material. And so his explanation is very clear in that sense. And also, because he died a lot of humbled 20 years ago, there about a little a little over 19 years ago.

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He was from he's a contemporary, and so his writing style is closer to the writing style of this day in time. And so it's a lot easier to understand that some of the some of the other explanations, likewise, shake with a mean a lion has a tendency to offer evidence for every point that he makes. And when we deal with IP, the IP does not based on how you feel, it's not based on what somebody else said, it's based on what Alon is messenger sallallahu wasallam have said. And so bringing evidence for each point is critical. And for the for you to get used to hearing evidence is also important. Because you don't just want to live your life just believing things and not having any

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any evidence for those things. So this is why we are using the explanation of sake with a mean a liar hammer, be the other book that we'll be using.

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And you'll see the importance of that today. China is the explanation of a laugh either up to how we buy an apple is an hanafy or haimo, low tide.

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And all of this is available for those of you who haven't downloaded yet, the course materials available on the masjids website, you remember you'll find it right there on the front page, left hand side you just scroll down a little bit. So we're going to be here

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Using that today, and if you haven't downloaded it yet, you may feel a little bit lost. But hopefully you'll be able to follow in Charlottetown and the reason why we're going to infuse the sharp, but the explanation of elaphiti up to here is because it is goes a little deeper on certain points, and they're critical for us to understand in my opinion, after going over both, I was

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I was torn between the two which ones which, which of the two should I use? So I said, let's just use both inshallah. So we'll infuse that in being the lighter Okay, so this is the course outline based off of

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based off of a recipe. So this is based off a shake with a means explanation of Alaska, Alaska. So today we're going to cover belief in the Hereafter, its definition and proofs.

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Next week, inshallah we'll cover the bursa

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and the barossa. Under that topic, we'll be covering the fixing of the grave, as well as the bliss or punishment of the grave. ask Allah Subhana Allah protect us from punishment of the great. The third, we can shell out we'll cover the standing.

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After that, the scale or the balance.

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The fifth week will cover distribution of records or the books national sort of

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the sixth week will cover the reckoning, which is la said.

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After that, the seventh week will cover the health of the prophet Isaiah salatu salam, often translated as the Ponte and the slot, or the bridge that is over the hellfire.

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The eighth week will cover paradise with nilla ninth week intercession. And the final week will cover miscellaneous issues and conclusion with the lighter.

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Any questions about any of that?

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So today, we're going to deal with definition and proofs by Sula.

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The tour

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this Mila Today I will show you like here this is a it's probably not very legible. But again, you can download this this is there on the website and follow with shape the further shape of time

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concerning the belief in the last day

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and in the last day, everything that the prophets

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informed us concerning that which will happen right after

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Okay, so let's stop there.

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From belief in the last day I

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noticed that the the author Rahim Allah so this is the statement, this is a me his speech here. Okay.

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When you read this text, everything within those little, I don't know what you want to call it, their fancy design, where you see some Arabic and then the English italicized. That's the statement of even taymiyah himself. That's the text. Then under here where it says the commentary, this is shake with a means explanation. All right. I'm only pointing that out, because we need to learn how to read and it may seem very obvious, but we need to distinguish between what they've been telling me and saying and what they mean is saying, okay, so he says that

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woman and he man, he will Leoville acid

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from belief in the last day. And notice he doesn't say from belief in the Hereafter, he says from belief in the last day

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is the belief in everything that the prophecy sent them informed us will happen immediately after death. All right. So I don't want to get technical. And I don't want to confuse you. But many of the scholars distinguish between an era which starts the minute a person dies, and a Yeoman

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which starts when the horn is blown.

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So that period of the buzzer,

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which which is right after a person dies, until the horn is blown, and people are resurrected, that period the bars that they don't include in the definition of a young

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but at the end of the day,

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all of this is is open for interpretation. So we just need to understand when we read the last day here, the shape of Islam is talking about everything that happens immediately after a person dies.

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Okay, are

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we clear on that?

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So a person's soul

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being taken out of their body

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Is this considered to be part of belief in the hereafter?

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Yes, okay. A person dying Is that considered to be part of belief in the hereafter

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a person who is dying Right, right. So, so correct. So, a person who is dying that is not part of belief and the hereafter you can you can witness that the soul being taken out of their body, you do not witness.

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You do not witness you witness the effects, but you don't actually witness the soul being taken that is from belief in the hereafter and belief in the unseen, man. Okay, so everything that happens the moment immediately after death, all of that is from belief in the hereafter. And that's what we'll be covering next week made the legs out of dealing with the buzzer, what happens when a person dies?

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Immediately after.

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the soul is extracted by angels of mercy.

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Okay, what about that? What about the angel of death?

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Okay, so the Angel of Death takes the soul out. And then immediately after that, there are other angels that that take control. We'll do that next week. He said, I don't want to, I just want to. So everything that happens after that, okay. So belief in the belief in the fire.

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That from the belief in the Hereafter,

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of course, yes, believe in era, belief in

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your deeds being recorded.

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Is that from belief in the hereafter net?

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Both right, because they're being recorded. Now. Now, the belief that you will meet that and you will see that after death is from belief in the Hereafter, Okay, excellent. photoshoot.

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commentary, the author, may Allah have mercy upon began the discourse, the conversation, his remarks about the last day, and the creed of the people of the sunat. And agenda, concerning it by saying, section. And from belief in the last day, is the belief in everything that the prophet SAW blah, blah, and they informed us concerning that which will happen right after the moment of death.

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The ruling concerning the belief in the last day is that it is compulsory, it is obligatory, to have belief in it and whoever doesn't believe in the last day is a disbeliever in a lot. And it status is that is one of the six pillars of faith as established in the hadith of gibreel. Had a slam when it came to the prophet Isaiah Salatu was sent me he said for many, many men and for me What is he meant the Prophet it is Salatu was Samson took me into the limelight you could really he will Yeoman took me to Bill Qadri he was he so the provider salatu salam said that faith is to believe in Allah and His Messenger in his angels his books His messengers and will and to believe in the last day and to

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believe in the cutter that which is good of it and that which is bad

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many times

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it's not easy ad many times he combines the belief in him exalted to see and the belief in the last day the belief in the beginning

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it's not it's not an order

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this is because yeah, let's stop there. Let's stop there for a second. So he says he says many times Allah so what is secretly mean alight humble he wants to start out by talking to us about what the ruling of belief in the last day. So we want to establish is this if we look at how many rulings that we have in this thing, by the way,

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min meaning Okay, what are they?

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Why did you

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mister head

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And haram which means what obligatory or

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recommended or desirable back means is permissible the crude means is what

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is frowned upon to test it

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and Haram is everybody knows.

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Okay, prove it.

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So belief in in the last day he wants to establish that it is obligatory another look what I'm what I want you to do. So why did he write this down? For what reason that he penned this down so he's saying that it's it's compulsory wants us to understand what the ruling is and he also wants us to understand its importance its status. So he says that its status is that it is one of the six tenets of faith. In other words, when it comes to belief in the unseen This is one of the this is

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this is the highest after belief in the last paradigm.

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He says many times alarm combines between belief in him and belief in the last day that's 21 times in the Koran tell you pull out your most half on your phone.

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I know I know you got a must have for you for

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pollachi must have

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I got a Bukhara

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Surah Al Baqarah second chapter in the Quran verse 177.

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All right, who already got there?

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How many people have Instagram on?

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dunkin donuts?

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dunkin donuts? Come on. Everybody's got dunkin donuts.

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I must have

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hamdulillah Yeah, let's go. Let's go to 177. Yeah, Sula Mesa.

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And to Alou

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men and men Abdullah he

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read the translation somebody was from

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All right, so let's roll back. But but but true man is to believe in Allah and one and the last day to believe in the law and the last thing, all right, go to the next one, which is called alley MRI, go to chapter go to the 100 and 14th verse.

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The third Sora

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114. Right.

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They believe in Allah and the Last Day they enjoyed what is right. What is wrong? Guess Guess who was talking about?

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Don't Don't rush go back to verse 113.

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Laser so as

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we read it, read it, read the whole verse 130 they are not all the same. They're not all the same horn all the same.

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Scripture among the People of the Book Johnny, the Jews and the Christians, yes, there are those who

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during periods of the night and prostrating and they believe in the law and the last day

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and the

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play. So, who was I talking about? The day goes back to who?

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It goes back to those people from the

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data. Now, why did I bring that up? Because learning how to read requires that you identify your pronouns they, he she, what does that go back to? You have to know your context. So you got to be able to find out otherwise you will not know how to read.

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Okay. Always, always identify your pronouns when you see a he, she it, they them go back and find out what is that token? Who is that referring to? So certainly say they believe in a lot of the last day who is that true believers everybody Mashallah

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believers in essence, but Allah spent hours talking about Ankita.

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The last place

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that Allah Subhana Allah has mentioned themselves

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Belief in him and the last day in the Quran in terms of the way structured is sorted up to luck.

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The second,

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the second verse and sort of a Pollock. So what is sort of talaq? I don't know what number that is? 6565 one?

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Yeah, go ahead, sorry.

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The second I

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have nearly fulfilled their term, either retain them according to acceptable term. So look, look, look again. And when they retain them, who is them, and they here, what is that referring to? The sorta is talking about divorce, right. So that's a lot. So it gives you a clue. Yeah, it's talking about those women who had been divorced but not,

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not irrevocably. And that is that they can take them back. So they're in a waiting period. But

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bring that mic a little closer,

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and bring to witness two men from among you, and establish the testimony for the acceptance of a law that is instructed to believe in a law that is the instruction for those who believe in a law and the last day. So you see that Allah subhanaw taala, again is 21 times in the Quran, belief in the law. And the last day in our profit is about two synonyms a mechanic overlay, volume and failure. Cool. Hi, Ron, Olia Smith, whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day to let him say that which is good or remain silent. Because if you believe in Allah subhana wa tada as your Creator and sustainer your love your cherisher subotica wattana. If you believe in Allah,

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and you believe in the last day, meaning that you are accountable to your Creator, then there are certain things that you will do and other things that you will not do now.

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last day, it is not possible for him to believe in the law, as he says the one who does not believe in the last day will not work for it, because one does not work, except for that which he hopes for honor in the last day. And that which is fear of the chastising, which is a big word for punishment, and punishment. Then, if he does not believe in it, he becomes like those about whom law says, translation me and they say there's nothing but our life of this world.

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And nothing extra.

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Yeah, right. So so those are people who say,

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as Eliza Joe mentioned, here, we'll call them manga Illa hyah tuna dunya Mootoo. Anna here is nothing but the life of this world we live in, then we die.

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Well, now you licona illa de hop and nothing will destroy us except for time only when our time comes, we go but there's nothing going to happen after that. And so Allah subhanaw taala refutes this concept throughout the Quran. And for those who claim to believe in Allah.

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But they also disbelieve in Allah as they wish they are actually studies there's a disparity. There are many people who claim to believe in Allah but they don't say they say that there's not a a hereafter Not, not Muslims, by the way. But people in general so they say it is a creator, but they don't believe that there is anything that happens after death. And so there are several places in the Quran where Allah subhanaw taala addresses that. And that is what we're going to cover be delighted with the next few minutes that we have, by skipping to a lackey the up to how he or she if you if you will miss Mila.

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For those of you who have acceded to how we are which is we're in the third

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sound, so

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what page Do you have the 364?

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So page 364, it is the third volume because they they broke it up when they put it online?

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Yes, we believe in the resurrection, not keep going, go read Go Go for it. Can you can you come Can you come up here don't shake please.

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So this is this is what to how he says and what I want you to what I want you to focus on here is the different methods that he does that he established his belief in the hereafter what so what why is it that we believe in the hereafter what is it that comes from the Quran, because there are people who said that this belief in the hereafter was something that Mohammed bin Abdullah, salaam Salaam meetup none of the other

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Prophets talked about belief in the hereafter. All right, this is what they claim I'm saying. And so up to how we are in heaven is who's the, you know, the one who did the explanation as to how we, he wants to refute this concept. So as to how he says we believe in the resurrection after death, and the recompense of deeds on the Day of Judgment. So we believe in what resurrection after death, that after you die, you will be raised and in recompense of deeds on the Day of Judgment, that is, he said that there will be a reckoning type.

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Go to the part where it says faith and resurrection is based on faith and resurrection is based on

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reason and adulterated. That is pure human nature. Okay. Okay. So let's stop there. Faith in the resurrection is based on what what are the proofs for faith or belief in the hereafter? Number one,

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the Quran number two, sooner, number three, he says reason. That is, you can actually through reason, and you'll see that Allah Subhana Allah uses rational proofs throughout the Koran, to establish belief in the hereafter. And he also says to unadulterated,

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he says to unadulterated human nature. By the way, all this stuff is on a website, pull it down, you need this because you got to learn how to go through this material, unadulterated human nature. What he means is I'll fit law, a salema. Okay, so a person we all have a fitara we're inclined towards certain things that fits, if it hasn't been corrupted.

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It believes in the hereafter. All right, play.

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discussed this in his sacred book, and in most of its chapters, giving arguments for its reality and refuting those who deny. All right, so then he goes on to say, I'm just gonna read this part real quick.

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He says, all of the prophets without exception have called for belief in the hereafter.

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All of them. belief in the Lord, however, is a truth that is ingrained in human nature. And everybody, every human being ingrained in their nature is the belief in the Creator. Even those who deny even fit on

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a last minute Allah azza wa jal had to be had what Joe had to be here for state and so they, they, how would you translate Jeff?

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the meaning of it is they covered it up a jet is to reject something by covering it up. So let me just give you an example.

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Somebody loaned you their watch, right?

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You were going on a job interview you said man, Mashallah has a nice Rolex you got there? Can I borrow it to one his job interview? Say borrow my watch? Anyway, he talks you out of it. You said okay, fine, you can borrow my wife. So he goes with a job interview myself, ah, you know, he makes a great first impression everything like that. So you see him law later on. You say? Well, you want to give me my wife's back. So what are you talking about?

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What are you talking about? Now?

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He knows what exactly those exactly what you're talking about. That's called Jad.

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In other words, he's acting like he's covering up the fact that he really knows so he's covering up so lost without to describe fear to own and those who rejected a lot and pretended to be to not know that a law was the Lord what Joe had to be had, okay, they covered up this belief was stayed kind of hat and flew home, but they internally they had certainty that allow was their Creator, stay connected. And for some women, we're only we're out of arrogance and and wrongdoing and oppression. Okay. So, this is a truth that is ingrained in human nature. faith in Allah is something natural and human beings believe in it. He says, except people like your own, who deny for some ulterior motive

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that they had. But the case of belief in the Hereafter is different. Many people have denied it. And so then he talks about from the prophet Isaiah select to Sudan,

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described it in detail that wasn't found in earlier prophetic books and we talked about this from the from the beauty of this deed, is that is that the prophet Isaiah select with Sudan has detailed certain things about belief in the hereafter that you don't find in any of the other scripture.

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And that is from the beauty of God.

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That Allah as a joke,

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sent this prophet who was the last of all messengers with that kind of detail. And so because of that, this has led some philosophers and scholars to think that no one ever spoke about the resurrection, except for Mohammed bin Abdullah is a lot to sell him, and that his talk is merely allegorical and speech for the masses. And what they mean by that is that they claim that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam just wanted to make everybody dumb.

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That like for the for the special people, they don't have to believe in the hereafter and all this stuff.

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But for all you other people

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who need to believe in that to do right, that, you know, that's why that's why the information was put out there. Which is ridiculous. By the way, if you if you really analyze and deconstruct those arguments, you will see that it's quite ridiculous anyway. So now he's gonna go pace 365.

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Yes, so he says they are wrong, good night, they are wrong. Faith in the resurrection is common to all the prophets from Adam to Noah.

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And Jesus, peace be upon them all, with Adam down to earth. Okay, so now he's going to bring us proof from the Quran. As you read the Quran, you'll see that each of the prophets was calling to belief in the hereafter when Adam was sent down to earth, He told him, yes, enmity that means

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fighting between yourselves on earth will be your dwelling place and your means of livelihood for a time.

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And when he believes persons be a part of them, said, My Lord, he said, but be give me then respect. And today the dead are raised. He said, We spiked, that is a loss of respect that is granted to you until the day of the time appointed until that day, so even even the police knew that that day was coming. No. and No set was people on was produced from the earth, growing gradually, and then he returned to the earth and raise you forth. Again. In the end, he will return you to the earth and raise you from it. Again, tell the tin man, he

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exclaimed, said surprisingly, and who I hope will forgive me my thoughts on the Day of Judgment. And this is Ibrahim when he was at a sedan when he was explaining who his club is to his people.

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He said, what a lady, you play money via screen, the one who feeds me and He gives me drink while you're married to her Who is she in and if I become sick, then he cures me. And then he said, One lady out tomorrow and you're fairly healthy at yo Medina, and the one who I hope will forgive my sins on the Day of Judgment. But the point here the author is trying to make as what Ibrahim said, what the Day of Judgment. So this is not something that Mohammed in the national light was selling meetup. Now. He also said outdoors cover us with your forgiveness me, my parents, and all the believers on the day that reckoning will be established. yoma Yoku, he said, the day when the he sad

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is established when the reckoning is established. And Moosa said

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my lord show me how do you get like to

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ask for mercy. Allah said to him when he talked to him February the hour is coming stop right there. That's it fairly the hour is coming. That's it. This is this is what allows my data to Mussa is no crime next, and the person from the community

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next nice

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right after that I

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whereas with Florida number, okay, somebody would have Florida plate Nissan Altima is about to be towed. So if it's anybody who has a Florida tag, Nissan Altima,

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Yes, hello, Monique, my last name that'll make it easy for you.

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And the person from the community of Pharaoh, who believed in lucid one my people I did for you a day, when they will be mutual calling people calling each other calling and waiting a day when you will turn your backs and leave nothing defendable, you have from a law and human law leads to strike, there is none to get to the end of what he said, which is all dealing with the hereafter. So again, I mean, we could go through point by point to show you that all of the messengers, all of the prophets, called to the belief in the last data and belief in the last day, and this is all a part of establishing the proofs for belief in the last day

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We have to stop for the then and then maybe we'll have a few minutes after the the Knights Allah to complete some of these thoughts inshallah tada

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Hama taba.

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I want you to

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we're not going to go systematically through this part we'll deal with this next week inshallah. Now I want you to listen to something for those of you who have there must have on the phone, go to the end the very end of sort of the scene

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starting from the 78th verse, and this is on page 367. of sa 367. Yes, of allottee. The Talia the sharp

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explanation if you have it, and again, why brothers and sisters, these books are available their online ummm online, or you can just get them right there.

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We need to go through this material. This is not a this is not a lecture series. It's a class. And so we need to go through this material and dissect it I want you to understand the importance of having it in front of you by listening to this. The the author, Rahim Allah, he talks about some of the rational arguments that are lost parent data makes it a crime for belief in the hereafter. And it boils down to this here he says similar arguments have been advanced elsewhere in the Quran.

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Allah Subhana Allah says, and man makes comparisons for us and forgets his own creation. He says who can give life to bones? When they are decomposed? Color Me your healing Varma were healed on me. Okay, so what is the question that man is asking?

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Yeah, what is what are you talking about? You're saying that after my body decomposes, and it turns into bust, right? May you live on one era me? Who is it that's going to bring back these bones after they have turned to dust?

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Alonzo Joe says can you hear her lady? And insha? Allah Allah will be Cooley, how can Ollie say he will give them life, the one who created them the first time for he is in every kind of creation, knowledgeable he's all knowing of every type of creation.

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He then goes on to say the same who produces for you fire out of the green tree. And I want you to understand where these arguments are going. So the first proof that allows fantastic uses is one that the one who did it the first time can do it the second time, you were created in the first place from what?

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From best from clay from me, the point is, you were brought into existence after not being in existence. And we all know I'm saying even when it comes to

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human nature or the human side of things, that once you build one house, building a second houses is easier. It's easier you got it down.

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So if you could build that one, you can build that one, the one who created it the first day and created a second time. So that's that's the first argument rational argument that allows mentalities Look who's to say he can't you believe in a creative thing you bring your balls back the same way he did the first time. Then he says, He then goes on to say the same who produces for you fire out of the green tree so that you can do with it your own fires. Okay. So now, why is the last minute data talking about what does that mean bringing the fire out of a tree?

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Because the word from that word.

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Fire is produced.

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means is fresh.

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Lady Haleakala. koombana shegerian rice now try it out mina szegedi f buddy nella. Okay.

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So why is that? Why is the last mentality given us this example got what I want you to think Come on, because it's all dealing with the resurrection.

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Is it normal, that something dry, that fire would come out of something went in fresh? No, that's abnormal. So the fact that Allah subhanaw taala can do that shows you that he has control over all material. So the same way and we can do the opposite. He can bring that which is fresh and moist, out of that which is dry. So

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Those Dry Bones can be brought back to life

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you understand so much value is taken you didn't like that when he here's another one for you take that because you see that Okay, then he goes on to say it's not he will created the heavens and the earth

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Okay, here we go hamdulillah

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he says, Titus

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is not he who created the heavens in the earth able to create the light there are

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end or yes Andy for He is the Creator supreme of skill and knowledge infinite okay. So, this is the third argument, a lot then goes on to talk about the heavens and the earth and that he created the heavens and earth, which is greater or less than the creation of man greater much greater Korea.

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So, if you all agree that he could create the heavens and the earth and what is it that stopping him from the one who has this magnificent ability? What is it that stopping him from bringing them back to life and then if none of that works for you, he says, for he is not very early when he intensive thing his command is B and it is

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in the member who either are the shade and a cooler level for whom.

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So, that is a loss of health data. So, this is the fourth argument that he brings.

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He is the one that is what he wants to do something he says being it is and and that's the end of it be it is so blue examined whose hands the meaning of all things to him will you all be brought back?

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All right. So this actually this is how it goes at the end of sort of the SE there are several other places in the Quran, where you get that rational breakdown if you will, to convince the one who is in denial of the hereafter we'll cover that next week inshallah tada when we deal with the butters of will la hota. I was a low selling Mubarak. And then Amina Mohammed Are there any questions before we pray?

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Any questions before we pray?

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To summarize real quick when it comes to belief in the hereafter What do we say belief in the Hereafter is what do you shake of the stamps terminology belief in the last day, what is it

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the belief in everything that happens after death, alright. So that is what we are going to be studying the latch on to everything related to what happens after death. Yes.

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With the law, it is yes, by that. The second thing that's very important for us to establish like proofs for belief in the hereafter. And so belief in the hereafter This is established through the Quran

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several several ways the last pensado actually addresses belief in directly telling you to believe in the hereafter

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describing the quality of the believers as those who believe in the hereafter describing that those who disbelieve in here after are in fact, disbelievers in him as we'll cover in shallow tada and also establishing rational proofs throughout the Quran. So inshallah tada we'll cover that as well as an Amen Bill barraza or the the, the period that starts with the trial of the grave, being questioned in the grave inshallah Tada. We'll cover that next week. We'll Lahu items of henna Cologne, 100, Shadow lane and anti subcritical until we take