Tahir Wyatt – Names of Allah – Episode 02 – Rabb

Tahir Wyatt
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of knowing certain aspects of individuals to be able to understand certain points in a book. They also talk about the use of words like "help," "has," and "has," and how they relate to certain points. They mention various methods for obtaining information on a law, including using multiple attributes and identifying the name of the person or group. They also discuss the use of "robe" in Arabic language, including its meaning in the context of a loss, and the worship of Islam. Finally, they discuss the three greatest title of Islam, which is the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit of the fruit
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shiroyama fusina Rosa Marina, Mayor de la Vela mo de la la woman Yulin fella de la was Chateau La ilaha illallah wa sallahu la sharika pasado Anna Mohammedan Abdo Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa early he was happy he was seldom at the Sleeman kathira NIDA Yama, Deen ma back. Today in the live data, we're going to cover two names, the names of Allah subhana wa Tada. And those names are Allah and our rub. So we're going to go in the order that the book goes in and shallows out it but before we actually get to the book, I had some review questions.

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I need to get to the slide though so we can get to the questions.

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Second one. Okay. So shade Dr. matar Can you read question number one please?

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One why is it important to know law's name? Who wants to answer that question from last week? What do we cover? Why is it important? Yes.

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Okay, good. So he said to know last names, you learn more about illustration of data because you said you get to know his attributes Why is that? What does the name has to do with an attribute?

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Okay, because every name of allah Subhana Allah is inclusive of at least have at least one attribute of at least one

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immediate one. Okay, so what else? What else is important to know? To know last night? Yes.

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So you can so you can worship him better? Okay. What What is the purpose? Why did the last hand data creators?

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So worship Him? How can you worship who you do not know? Right? So the first thing when we talk about why it's important to know a loss of habitat by his names is because we need to know Him in order to be able to worship him properly.

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Yes, why was there a picture of a Muslim taxi driver?

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See, this is one of those ones you can only pass the test if you were present. Right?

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Why was there a picture of the Muslim taxi driver

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Okay, one second roughly show the character person not by just looking at them.

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Okay, so in other words we

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In other words, we didn't know much about

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that picture who he was. We can say some things as a Muslim taxi driver.

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And then what happened? Yes, go ahead.

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So it was a story behind it. Right. What was that story?

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Okay, train station but okay. No, bro.

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Okay, so what? why did why did he grow in love for him?

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What What was it about him? Yes.

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Right. It was the attributes it was those things that he had though his character and other attributes about him that made the other person love him. Right. And so the idea is that the more you get to know Allah subhana wa tada all of his attributes are perfect. He's not like some people you get to know and you like, I wish I didn't know him like that.

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The more you know him, the more you feel like I should have just kept that relationship superficial. Allah Subhana Allah, his attributes are all perfect. And so the more you know Allah subhanaw taala The more you will love him fight.

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Three followship

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eg means,

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for example,

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the author, how many names he mentioned, etc. Okay, so tell me about the book. Please tell me about this book. By the way. Did we get the books?

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No, I mean, we

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know we're not plugging no bookstores in.

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We don't have any stock. No, we have 50 free available inshallah. Maybe tomorrow maybe? For those who don't have them, they'll be available next week. You can get them inshallah, for those who did not already purchase, you'll be able to get a free copy from you. Mm hmm. Yes.

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Okay. Talk about the book.

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Okay, so there's actually no book that Sadie wrote, a city did not write a book called an explanation to beautiful and perfect names of a lot. So where did they where did this book come from?

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It was taken from his Tafseer it's taken from his tips here. Okay, that's good. Who is the author by the way?

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first name after a man, the NASA Sadie acidity who acidity but they right Sadie. So I just went along with how many names did he mentioned in this book? Yes. 89 and then the translator added How many?

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He added how many today? 89 1413. Was it from chick with a means book? A colada Muslim? Okay.

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All right. Number four publishing.

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mentioned two reasons for loving for long named them.

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Yes. And back. I can't see. Okay. Yeah. Okay, because he is who he is. What's that mean?

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Right, because he's perfect. And so you love him? Because he is perfect. So Hannah, who was?

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Whether he did anything for you or not, which is the second one. Okay, so what's part what's number two?

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I just cheated for you.

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Yeah, go ahead.

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Right, because the last time the data has given us inward and outward, blessing some handler, what are some of those inward blessings?

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slash slam. Sorry.

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The days given us tough boys made us contents of Hannah, what's at night? Because the reality is that no matter how much a person has in his hand, no matter how much a person has in his hand, if his heart if he doesn't have any wealth in his heart, and he's poor, that's the reality. Because why? Because he's never going to be happy. And people, yes, we need a certain level of comfort. And in order to enjoy some happiness of this life, right, he has a certain degree. Nobody wants to be homeless, nobody wants to be starving. Okay. And then after that, a lot of that is just adding on to the things that you have to worry about.

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It's not actually bringing you joy. The things that you own actually start to own you

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know, then you become a wage slave.

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Boy, what's the definition of Matt? Haas? That must include three things?

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Okay, so this is for those who are taking notes.

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We've got one.

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okay, they are those names by which Allah is beseeched. and worshipped. How do we know? Because the last minutes it says,

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when they left him a smile on his neck. What further Ooh, we had, so a lot of belong the most perfect names. So make do to him, through them make any do is of two types is both calling upon him but teaching him somehow what's at it and worshiping Him by those names, and worshiping Him by those names. subhanho wa, taala. Right. So okay, so that's number one. They are those names by which allows beseech and worship? Yes.

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So they're mentioned in a prior or sooner. So is it okay for us to come up with names that are outside of the Quran and Sunnah.

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No, you sure?

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Okay. All right. Well, we'll see shall Yeah, we said that the names of a lot. Why is that though? I mean, it actually makes sense.

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Can you know about allowed allowed to not reveal about themselves? Now? Because we, if you look at it, let's just take a step back, because I think these things are important for us to understand what's evidence and what constitutes evidence, that if we, broadly broadly the scholars agree that there are four broad categories of evidence, that's Quran and the Sunnah, and it's Matt, was ej Mac,

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consensus, and number four, nobody can answer suffer sin.

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I'm not gonna put you on the spot.

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ps ps. So, what is ps?

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anana something like analytical and illogical whatever came out right?

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Okay, so there are analogies but that sorry,

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whose analogies

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So, so PS is actually a syllogism

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laid back and we'll start with the syllogism.

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Right. So

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just said I should know that wasn't set up. I

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had no intention of talking about this tonight.

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Okay, say that again so I can I can explain shala is no, no, no, just just the way you just did it don't explain. I'll explain it. So

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this logical

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built built upon premises to lead to a logical conclusion. So in other words, if we if we would say for example, that all tables, all tables have legs. All tables have legs, You with me? All right. And so then I say that this is an oak table. Not that it is but this is an oak table. And you can conclude that what this oak table has legs, okay? all cats have four legs. All cats have tails. Garfield is a cat. Therefore, Garfield has a tail or he has four legs. Okay, that's a syllogism. So PS is the same thing, whereby we have texts for the premise. All right, and we want to make an argument based off of that premise that we have. So for example, we have the Prophet sallallahu.

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wasallam says kulu mosquito in hora, hula mosquito in heaven. Anything that intoxicates is impermissible is haram. So somebody comes and says, Do you smoking weed is cool, like because it's from the earth? It's pure.

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Pure nerves, not like smoking cigarettes.

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is pure. They say timeout.

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No, is Hara tells you

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get the most half says I read from fancy hat. to solder to ness is nothing that says anything about we in the Quran.

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Then, this is when you come and say no, but the prophet SAW you some said couldn't Muskegon hold on anything that causes anything that intoxicates you is how long? And we does what intoxicates? And therefore it is? How about wsps? Alright, that's Yes. What about morphine?

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Isn't the hospital isn't it? based upon what is useful?

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There's morphine intoxicating that.

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We've done. morphine is hot. Now, we will say that there's not across the board. So there may be certain exceptions to the rule the same way we say somebody would have pause if I said is eaten pork? Haha. Right. Everybody would like yes. And then we say okay, what have you is stuck on an island. And it was the only thing you could eat was wild boar, you know, 250 pounds of it even. Right? So we're not talking about exceptions to the rule under certain circumstance. We're talking about the general rule. All right. How are we doing it? Okay, so

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how did we get on it? Oh, because the second thing, what's the definition of LS man, alpha snap. We said that. They are those names by which the last parameter is besieged and worship found in the Quran or the sooner because PS is what PS is you're using some

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What? logical you're using your logic to come to a conclusion. For last kind of dollars, names and attributes. These are things that are high B, they are unseen. They are from the unseen, so we only know about them with the last minute data has revealed and what's the third thing

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So they

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got over this way. It's okay. They they make a person feel

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the praise of a loss of how to add it in and of themselves independent of context and everything else. Right and so we talked about why that's important tip number six, true or false? We can derive

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a name of a law from any of his attributes right. So is the laws of hair with Allah present? Is he does he exist? Does the law exist? Yes. Can we say he is the existence? Make a name out of the attribute? No. Okay.

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Is the opposite true? Can we take can we derive an attribute from any name that last fantana has? Yes, that is correct. So any name that last name Tata has al Karim Ullman en el Halim, Al Hakim? All of them, we can take attributes from those names, type number seven, that's the last question for the review. What are the four approaches of the sky? In determining a laws names? Okay.

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So what can we say about that? Yes, no, no, no, not you again. Somebody else? Any, any any? Any determination is fine. Just give me one you don't have to give me all four. help each other out. We can have our own development mohila.

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Well, who mentioned already?

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Oh, Mr. Rose, where are ya see, I hear you.

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Say that again? Okay, the four approaches. So in other words, let but

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not exactly because what it is, is that we know the Hadith that says the law is 99 names

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100 minus one, or 100, less one, whoever saw her. Then he goes to gentlemen, we said that I saw means that he fully understand them. He memorized them fully understands them and acts according to them, right? There's some narrations of that Hadith outside of Bukhari and Muslim. So internally, the for example, is some narration that Hadith were one of the narrators mentions 99 names.

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And so some of the scholars thought that that was actually a part of the Hadith. And so they said that those are the 99 names. And that's it, nothing more, nothing less. All right, we said that that approach was not correct. That approach was not correct. second approach

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those who restricted and it was only one it was only it been hesitant, and no scholars really agree with him on this, those that restricted Allah subhanho wa Taala His names to that which came in the form of a name.

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Why is that important?

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Because a lot of data for example, says no crime buddy, it was semi watty while out right, the one who originated the heavens and earth Allahu mourou semi watty Well, Allah is the nor he is the light of the heavens and earth. So this is what the Quebec construction in Arabic for those of you studying Arabic, that's what Madoff Madoff when he lays so it shows some kind of possession, we can use that term loosely. Even Eben has him says No way. We never can derive a law's name from that. from anything like that. He's the only one who said that though. Nobody else agree with him. So he kind of he did a lot he restricted it a lot. There were other scholars who came and just opened the

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door wide up

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any attribute of a loss of parents either they came and they said that they can they can get a name out of it. And so you have like even a lot of the amalickiah not even out of eat even allowed to be because there's two I've been allowed to be was a great madikwe scholar. All right, wrote a book called camel Cora, which served as the basis recorded to be Tafseer for I can't even RB was outside of the fold of Islam, according to Jordan scholars like

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Oh, okay. Yeah. So Evan lrB wrote a book and he has some followers as well. And they came up with how many names for last night I didn't tell you this last week. I don't think anyone anybody know had like 1000 names for lunch. Because everything a made a name out of it. Okay, and then we follow the scholars that are in that middle path. And they are those who

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look to the Quran and the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah is selected with Sudan. And any of those names which follow those three criteria that we mentioned the number five, they determined that it is a name of a last resort, okay, we're good.

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All right. Listen, listen. We can move on.

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We need to move. I told you once we get to the names, I'm not trying to rush through the names, this is a 10 week course.

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We're gonna get through whatever we can get through if we have to do another 10 weeks.

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If that's the desire of everyone, inshallah, then we'll do that. If not, we'll stop and you can look at the rest of the names of a loss of habitat and kind of work through them the way that we work through these. Now today, again, we're going to go a little bit slower than normal because we're dealing with the two of us pantallas greatest names a lot and we're going to get to other names that align and not going to take as much they're not going to be as involved in terms of the explanation. Alright, I know your juices already flowing, but it's nothing like bringing it back. So this will learn Alright,

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read it. Read the questions. By the end of today's lesson used to be entities inshallah. Yeah, go ahead.

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I shake reedham Is it okay to refer to a law as our father? How about Haha, what do you think? Our father

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Okay, go ahead. The engineer

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is Yahweh Jehovah is one of the names of a law. Okay.

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I need somebody to answer that.

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Number two

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is Yeah, what?

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One of the names of Allah

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not from the Quran or the Sunnah. type. So what do we say?

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The only names that we can affirm philosophy to Allah are the names that are found in, in the Quran and Sunnah. Type, does that mean that Yahuwah is not a name of Allah.

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So what it means is that we can affirm it, we cannot affirm it. As the name of Allah, it doesn't mean that is not a name of Allah. All of the laws names in Arabic.

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One second, or all of the laws names in Arabic, no.

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Is there any such thing as Quran and Sunnah not in Arabic?

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All of the laws names in Arabic. No.

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All of the names that we can affirm that we can confidently say our last names are in Arabic, because that was what the scripture that we got. That is unadulterated. However, all of a last round Dallas prophets called on him. All of them. The Ibraheem speak Arabic,

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the use of speak Arabic, the yaku, speak Arabic? did Moses speak Arabic? Yes.

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Arabic, he married the woman from where? From medion where it was met in Arabian peninsula. But his book was not revealed below Adams who spoke Arabic, I wasn't there. But the scholars have a difference of opinion on it. Hello, Adam. He spoke Arabic but the book that was revealed to him the Torah was revealed and what language and Hebrew and every year

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and he called upon Allah Subhana Allah with Byelaws Beautiful Names, but not in Arabic language. And so the point here is when we say is, yeah, one of the names of Allah, we say, we don't know.

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It's not one that we can affirm. All right, but it doesn't carry a bad meaning. doesn't carry a bad me.

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Me, do you think that Lord is a good translation? Keep going?

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What is it an ambassador explanation for the name of law? Name at least three things that are specific to the name of the law? What three names does it say serve as the foundation of all of the laws? Perfect name? Sorry, I got cut off. Okay.

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Are we ready? shala

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there's not a lot of information on the slides. It's just we're gonna go through. So let's start reading a shallow sheet. Start reading the book, page 35. Everybody has the books turn to page 35.

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You're starting to begin explanation to be explanation to the beautiful and perfect names of a law a large number of Beautiful Names of a law of repeated metaphors.

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In the poor man, as demanded by the occasion, and is necessary to explain their means, and to succeed, that means a shortened and comprehensive way. So we say, our rubber. And remember the author has not mentioned any Adela here that the evidence that has been mentioned after has been mentioned by the translator. Yeah, go ahead.

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The Lord and cherishing this thing has been repeatedly mentioned in many verses. The the name of Rob or the name Rob has been mentioned 871 times in the Koran

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171 times in the Quran, the only name mentioned more than it is Allah, which we'll get to inshallah

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is the one who nurtures and sustains all of this service through regulating and governing their affairs, and granting him all types of favors and blessing. All right. Okay. So let's start there. Let's stop there. Right now he's going directly into which one if we look at numbers one through six, where is he at right now?

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We look at numbers one through six here. Identify the name the evidence, the scholars, some of his meanings, importance and benefits, or subtleties. Where is he at? He's, he's at number four. He's at number four, which is okay, so we can go there to some of its meanings. In terms of the scholars who affirm the name, we're not going to mention that, for our love law, we're only going to mention that when you get to the names that may be in the Sunnah. And there may be some weakness in the Hadith or, you know, something like that, in terms of this is there's no point every scholar that has written about the names of a lost parent data has mentioned these names here on Rob And Allah, okay,

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all right. So the first thing he says,

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If I keep going, keep on more specifically, he is the one who nurtures and sustains his sincere friends by correcting and purifying their hearts souls and manners.

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This is why their certifications are frequently made with this local name, because they seek this specific nurturing Okay, what what buka Allah furu the Rama so he mentions this the the translator mentions this from sorbitan cat, as one of the evidences for the name or rub and your logbook? Is the ever forgiving the owner of mercy?

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As was mentioned, the name Rob

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is mentioned 171 times in the Quran, you can take as evidence for the name sort of yassine for those of you writing down the 36th chapter in the Quran, the 58th verse, Allah subhana wa tada says Solomon, Colin millet bill Rahim. So Allah Subhana Allah says Salim is going to be the statement that comes from the Robert Rahim Allah bin Rahim ne a, the the merciful, Lord, if you will, the merciful love.

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However, and this is something that should be noticed or noted.

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There's no wear and the core I wear then wear where the name our rubbish is mentioned like that Alif in the land in front of our bat, or what is not mentioned in the Quran.

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With that name, however, as mentioned the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam assailable hardy

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said you call

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you call li jahannam hallym terlet it will be said to the hellfire.

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Are you full yet? Are you full? Yeah. What so called Helman moseyed and the fire is going to respond.

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And is there anything left? Are there any Is there any one left to put in here?

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For what Buta Baraka which is Kadima who I laid her for to Hulu, Caitlyn Cox. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said that our rub subotica with Allah, the Lord,

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and transcendent places his foot upon the fire and the fire will say enough enough, the fire will say enough enough to say Buhari

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play. So this is one of the examples of Arab coming in too soon.

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of the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam just like that as a proper as a proper name?

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Right, so So

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Rob is not mentioned in a crime. That's Alif Lam, or Rob is not mentioned in the Koran, just like that. With the Alif Lam, yes.

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aspiring towards an aspect.

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Okay, okay, yeah, I'm gonna, I'm gonna actually talk about that.

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installa. So that those those are what some may call me, some may refer to moral attributes of a loss that I'll get to, I'll get to that point, vanilla. And if I haven't answered your question, then ask me. All right, like so.

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So here, that that's some of the evidence for that for the name or what? And it doesn't really again, we don't need to spend a lot of time because the evidence is is plentiful. Something wrong.

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Is there something wrong? Right.

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All right, fine. In terms of its meanings, we're going to go back over what the author Rahim Allah to Allah says, He says a love is the one who nurtures and sustains all of his servants through regulating and governing their affairs and granting them all types of favors and blessings. So in other words,

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Rob, is

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a Ruby rubia, if you will, a last minute allas lordship, I'm using that term loosely, by the way, as you'll see,

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is of two different types. Okay, so Allah Subhana, Allah, when we say that he is the rub,

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and this wasn't mentioned by the author, there are three main things that we're looking at three fundamentals, three foundations for the terminology, or rub or a rubia they are

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123, right. Number one is an mulk that he is the owner, it is His dominion.

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Number two is a Hulk is the creation.

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And number three is a tidbit that he governs. So when we say that Allah Subhana Allah is a rug, a goes back to, though he is dumb up, it goes back to those three meanings, that he created everything. He is the owner of everything, and he governs everything. So Hanna, who what either,

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all right. So from here, we say that his rubia or his lordship is of two types. One is the general type. So Allah Subhana, Allah is the Creator. He is the Sustainer he is the governor of everything in existence. And so therefore he is the Robert aura cliche. He is the Lord of everything in existence.

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And so that's what he's referring to here when he says he's the one who nurtures and sustains all of his servants regulating and governing their affairs and granting them all types of favors and blessings.

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But then there is what is known as the specific type of rubia.

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And that is that Allah subhana wa tada

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his believing servants

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and that is according to their belief. So the and I'm using I'm using belief what he meant. So as a person's Eman increases, sold as his relationship with his rub.

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So there's that nurturing of Allah Subhana who was at

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and so

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without looking at the exact term of web, let's think about the relationship between a parent

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and and the parents children. How many of you have siblings here?

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Okay, good. So some of you may be a mama's boy.

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Mama love this one. More than everybody else more than all other children. Everybody knew it. And everybody knew it. This one was favored.

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So they got special treatment.

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They got a special treat. You got special treatment from the mother or the father

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is another kid, one of the other siblings who was totally disobedient off the wall. Just absolutely. You know.

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defiant if curfew was nine o'clock come in at one o'clock

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cursed at the parent, you know, I mean, just the worst behaved. Ha, the parent is the parent of both children. Do the children get equal treatment?

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No, no, but that parent is still the parent and you know what, at the end of the day says still my son, still my son? What am I supposed to do kick him out on the street. So

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will he let him mess it will Allah so Allah Subhana Allah belongs the best examples. We're not comparing the last parents attitude to parents. But you, if you look at it, Allah Subhana Allah with his creation, even those who are disobedient and defiant. Allah parents, Allah still blesses them. So panela he's still a creator.

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He's still there. sustainer

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right, but then Allah Subhana Allah has special servants.

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And the highest of them are his MBA and his messengers, and therefore they felt a special kind of treatment from a loss of hands at a special kind of nourishment.

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A special kind of nurture.

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And this is why you find that in the Koran,

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except for four times.

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All of the duyne the Quran start off with what

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about B or Robin?

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Our Lord or my Lord, when the prophets called upon Allah subhana wa Tada. They call upon him with this name, Robin, Robin and Bobby, because they felt that closeness, they felt that special relationship with Allah subhanahu wa Tada. So, if we look at the meanings of a word, a thief, who was one of the scholars of Hadith, and he wrote, he wrote a dictionary of Hadeeth terms. And so a lot of those terms that you find that the son of the prophet Isaiah select was sent me you can't figure out what it means. It's called a variable Hadith. These are the words that come in the Hadith of the prophets, I send them that, that may be

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uncommon. But the reality is he put a lot of other words in there that people do know. So he put the word out

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in his dictionary, and he says, What boo boo philology, Allah Al Malik will say it will Madame Bidwell Mora be will will tie him well mn M. He says that the term or what

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is mentioned in the Arabic language? It has six meanings. It has six meanings.

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which means what?

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No, not the creator? One who owns something. Right? So you might say, who is Rob Buddha? Robert De Rob bull bait. Right? Who is the one who owns this house? From a linguistic perspective? That's fine.

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All right. So that term rug means that in the in the Arabic language, it also means as sacred as sacred. What is a sacred

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Okay, so so right, a master someone who is obeyed the leader, right is often called the sacred prophecy sometimes at NSA, you do one of the Adam, Yeoman pm Well, I am the sacred of all of the children of Adam on the day of judgment and this is without boasting, swear he said,

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See? Okay. I'll move that bear.

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Was the mood that bear What does that mean?

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The one who was the one who governs things and administrator Okay, so this is a bit

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while more of b and this is what is often lost. What is more a B.

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You ever heard of the scholars they call them Rabbani Yun,

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Samora Ba,

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one who cultivates one who nurtures the island, the scholar that is a murabbi. He starts people with the small knowledge and he works or not small like that, but he starts them

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With those things that are fundamental, and then he works them up, okay. So this is a more be more obvious one who who mentors,

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right, someone who mentors you takes you from one place to another place. So and we get the word from from it tarbiyah

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right to nurture and to cultivate. So Allah subhana wa tada is the Mora be as well, this is part of his name or rub.

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what is the Cayenne?

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I'll call you.

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Who will even take me ahead of student Well, it was his fault most famous student His name is what? Even al Qaeda, Al Qaeda. So was was what's his name al Qaeda? No, no, no, his his father was IML Josie. And Josie was a was a madrasa met. And mother Sal, Josie was the name of a school. And his father was the caretaker for that school, the overseer, if you will of the school. So Chi em is one who oversees things, make sure that it stays in order. Right. But this is also you can use the word linguistically it fits with it. And he says one, MN m one one M and what is the MN m sounds like what what's the what's the three letter root for that anymore?

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No, take it away, get rid of me.

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So we have what left? Go ahead.

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nama, okay. Which means what? Oh, and I'm, and I mean, that was fantastic.

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And He bestows his favorites upon him. So he's the Miami he's the Bestower of favorites, encompasses all of those, all of those meanings. He then says, Well, I used to have a Mojave Illallah he to Allah, and you cannot say it.

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You cannot say the word rubbish.

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without it being a possessive form for other lost dummies. In other words, you cannot call a human being.

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Even if even if a person was enslaved, or the other Billa mela last hands are protected. Whenever a person was enslaved, and they had a master, they would not say this is our right. So you can say for example, like a lot of times a woman is called up but

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she's the she's the caretaker of the home. Right? And that we're rub is used in there. But that's mobile from a Buffy late right, there's that possession that goes there. You can't just say that somebody is or what? Not. All right.

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Well, there's a lot that can be said about

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about this term at Saudi Arabia or a rub, like Alaska. And then the author goes on to say more specifically, he is the one who nurtures and sustains his sincere friends. Okay, so a Saudi Rahim Allah, and another place. He says, that he nurtures them by the following means and I want you to pay attention to these things. They're very important for us to see, how is it that Allah subhanaw taala is involved in our lives, because there are people who are known in the Arabic language is interesting, because they call them Rabu v.

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They're translating the English term deist.

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And a deist is someone who believes in the rub, that is the creator, but doesn't believe in what they would call a personal God. So there's a relationship between the creator and his creation. He created everybody. And then he went about his business.

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So he created the heavens and the earth. And he created the laws of nature, if you will, and then everything is just playing out, based off of these laws of nature. If you call upon him, he doesn't answer you because he doesn't care.

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There's no answering of prayers, and there's no cutter and you know, these types of things because he doesn't care like that. He just created everything, and then he stepped off.

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Alright, so these people are called deist.

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They're not atheist. atheist don't believe in a creator. So they believe in a creator. If you ask them, Do you believe in God? Yes. I believe in God. Does God answer prayers? They'll tell you no. No, he's got better things to do.

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So for us, it's very important not you

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know, it's not the same thing as being agnostic and agnostic is someone that

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who claims to not know, whether it is a god or not? An atheist affirms that there is no God and agnostic is on is on the fence and doesn't really care at the end of the day. So if you ask an agnostic, do you believe in God? He said, Why is that important?

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But do you Or don't you? I don't know. Doesn't really matter. That's an agnostic, a deist. Believe in God, they just don't believe they believe in God as a creator, but not as God as a personal God. They don't believe in miracles, they don't believe in Revelation. God didn't reveal anything other than these natural laws. So he put the earth a certain distance from the Sun so that this thing could work out well and everybody you know, nobody would burn up. And everything's good. But he doesn't answer prayers and that type of stuff.

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Right? Yes. No, no, no, we're not gonna do a display of every religion. But so

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right so aside about him Allah, he said in that while I was saying that is because it's important for us to understand this word.

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Because it has a direct connection to every aspect of our lives. See, Mo km Rahim Allah and I think this is important to mention at this point, it will claim Yeah,

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Ravi, they call them right from rub. Na, so it will call him Rahim Allah, He says that allows him to add his name's shoe color. Then

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he says that allows him to add his names. Go back to three, they go back to three names. You ready for him? Allah

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or Rob, and of watchmen,

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Allah or Rob, an r1 man.

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And he says, inshallah, we'll cover this if we don't get through through it all this week. We'll cover it next week. inshallah. We talked about a lot of data

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we're generally referring to and we and we combine it with these other names. We're talking about the one who is great, we're talking about His Majesty, we're talking about his supremacy subhanho wa Taala. His greatness in general. And so all of the names like alcovy and Mateen, all of the names that carry that meaning and Muhtar, Kent

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they all go back if you will, to the name Allah, to the name of Allah. So when you when you say Allah subhana wa Tada, you know, you are supposed to feel that magnificence.

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And so, you don't say, Allah, Akbar Al hamdu, lillahi Rabbil aalameen What do you say along?

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Right, because all of those names,

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all of those meanings for a lot, cover inshallah, are you supposed to be bringing them to mind a low, all right. A rub is different,

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in the sense that

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when combined here like under this categorization,

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our lab is dealing with

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all of the names of Allah subhanho wa Taala, that show his

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creation, his governance, his ownership, his risk, you know, the sustenance that he gives, the fact that he causes brings to life he calls his death Subhana, WA, tada, those meanings, that type of relationship with the governing of his creation.

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But men is a different category. I think that's what the brother was referring to. And those are, are, as I said, what some may call the moral attributes of Allah subhana wa Tada. I'm using that term loosely as well. But those that indicate a loss of Hanwha to Eilis kindness, and His mercy, and his generosity, and his benevolence,

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right, so all of the names that carry those meanings, go back to our ramen. And so these are the three greatest Names of Allah subhanho wa Taala, according to Immanuel Kant, Rahim, Allah and other and other scholars and again, this is, this is ht hat at the end of the day, it's a person putting forth you know, his best effort to understand the the meanings of a loss of hand without his names.

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Tell you

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what color Dan is tola.

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inshallah, to get back to the the meanings with Eli then we'll we'll close this portion out as relates to the name of the last fantana online book.

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We said that it will be it goes back to three main meanings which are what?

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creation, ownership and governance, creation, ownership and governance and so this is for all of us pantallas creation.

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When when fear our own, set to Moosa.

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One month one buku man, yeah Moosa, he was talking to us about what it was about him and how long because muslin and how long came to him, telling him to worship Allah. Fantastic. And he says, and who is who is this Rob, Colorado in a lady out of Kula Shane in Hong Kong, who Suma had. So he said that our Lord is the one who has given everything its creation, meaning what he created everything in an appropriate manner for what it is, gave it its proportions.

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sized it up, made it what it is, he is the one who created everything. And then what from the header and then guided it. But here, the guidance doesn't mean here that allows fansided guided everything to Islam. The guidance here is referring to the fact that he guided all of his creation, to instinctively do that, which is beneficial for it and stay away from that which is harmful to him. And so, a baby instinctively does what

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wants to eat

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instinctively, is part of the way that allows parents to create because if it doesn't eat, it's going to, it's gonna die.

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Animals have instincts. I mean, a last transaction created everything the way it was supposed to be created, and for what it was supposed to be created for. And so this is part of this creation in his Ted beer. Part of his creation is governance. And if he created that thing and he governs it, then he naturally owns it. And so these three qualities are there in every form.

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governance as it relates to his special service and we asked the last panel data to make us from monster

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is a different type of Ruby altogether there's a different type of tarbiyah altogether. And so let us look at these things that a sad you know him allowed to add dimensions he says number one that he guides them to eat man that he guides them to eat man as a favor from him.

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Not because not because anybody deserves it.

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But because he loves them Hamlet's Allah has chosen them. And that's and part of that is because they weren't arrogant and they didn't put barriers between themselves and a loss of habitat.

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So Allah azza wa jal guided their hearts to he man.

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He guides them number two to and nurtures them to establish his worship. So guiding them number one to the foundation of faith such that they recognize that they have a creator.

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They recognize Allah subhana wa tada as the Lord they recognize him as the one who is deserving of their love and their hope and their fear.

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And then he guides them beyond that to actually establish the worship of him.

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And for those who know, they know that there's no less than there is no

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true enjoyment, like the worship of the last panel time for his slaves.

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So for the one who truly has that relationship with Allah Subhana Allah, they enjoy worshiping Allah, they enjoy fasting, they enjoy prayer,

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they enjoy Hajj.

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They enjoy

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treating their parents well as a part of worshiping Allah.

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Number three, is that he nourishes them

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with the knowledge of himself.

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So these are people who read the revelation differently.

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They ponder over the revelation, and they learn more and more about a loss of habitat and law opens up doors for them.

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They call upon him and Eliza, Eliza Joe blesses them with a means to know him to handle attack, so they have more knowledge of Him than your average servant of Allah.

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Number four,

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is that

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he subhana wa tada helps this knowledge develop by guiding them to lie in ABA, which means that they are constantly turning to Allah. And the one who turns to Allah does what turns his back on everything else.

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And so that knowledge of a law is developed because they're not distracted. A lot. I hope you understand this point here. See, when the last one is either blessing somebody with knowledge of Him, that's one thing. But when he blesses them to turn to Him, that's another thing.

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Because now you have focus and your focus is Allah subhana wa tada and nothing else matters at that point.

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I don't I what I can say is this, if you look at some of the worship of the people of the past,

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not to mention the worship of our Prophet Isaiah SelectUSA. Now, what you will see is almost a lack of concern for everything else except for Allah knowing that if he in fact turns to a loss of hands Island worship, to Him alone, that the rest of his affairs will come in order, and doesn't mean that a person doesn't do what they have to do to get their affairs in order. But it is almost unimaginable how to prophesy someone prayed. He prayed and night until his feet would swell.

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When did he sleep? Was he worried about oh, I need to make sure I get eight hours at night?

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Absolutely not. That clearly was not part of his routine. If you look at the the worship of the prophet Isaiah salado said it was clearly not his routine was not an eight hour a day sleep. Alright, that doesn't mean look, people know themselves. Some people don't need eight hours. Some people need six some people need whatever. But the point is that the prophets of light was some of them obviously, had a different kind of relationship such that when he turned to a last round of data, the rest of his affairs was set in order. And that wasn't his, what I tend to do and yet as the projects I'm used to make the glide well that's done yet, but a hamina

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Don't make this dunya the majority of our thought scenario, you know what we carry it on mine? Well, I've never done a minute and don't make it the majority of what I know.

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The majority of what most people know is what do you

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do when you start talking to them about a last minute down about the Hereafter, and they can't hold a conversation,

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don't you they can tell you about politics and Taiwan.

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And things that have nothing to do with anything that don't that don't have any benefit in this life. And definitely don't benefit in here.

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Number five

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he nurtures them subhana wa tada

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by taking them out of the darkness into the light.

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And that's special.

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That's special that allows him to die that takes his special servants from the darkness takes them out of darkness into the light and will lie.

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Those who don't know Allah Subhana Allah, they live in darkness, no matter how light they think their world is. And if they just take a step back and really evaluate things, they'll see the darkness that then

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Not to mention, those who go down what we might call a dark path.

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And people have been down that path they recognize, they know that is a dark world.

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And the loss of power to Allah takes people out of that

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no matter how far distant they may have been from a loss of hand with dial and he is their loved one.

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And through his tarbiyah he brings them from that darkness into the light.

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And Allah Subhana Allah makes the good easy for them.

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And that's and that's an another amazing thing. And it's from the drop of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he used to say

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in part of his do I What do you need? Well, yes, she did, who daily guide me and make the guidance easy for some people know what the path is. And it's not easy for them to travel. And so, the Allah Subhana Allah for his special service, through that to be a little concept that that specific type of nurturing, he makes the good easy for them. And then the last thing that was mentioned is that and that he protects them from Eden subhanho wa Taala. So,

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when one a slave of Allah subhana wa tada

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recognizes that Allah subhanho wa Taala is not only his creator and sustainer, the cherisher in his governor, the one who governs his affairs,

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and who in fact owns his soul, and owns his body.

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When a

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when a person recognizes that but goes beyond that, to recognize that Allah subhana wa tada specifically nurtures the believers,

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it creates a different type of love for loss of talent in the heart, and now in your salon.

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When you say, hang out, I'll be allowed in

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and you say Subhana Allah be Allah Allah. And you say, Rob burner, Bob burner at Nazareth, dunya Hashem, fulfill Ancelotti, hassanal, Tina, every now and you say Robin a Filipina, what do you find in a Latina several phone me the man and you call upon Allah subhana wa tada with his name or rub these meanings you should try you should try your best to keep these meanings in mind. Because Allah subhanho wa Taala is a rub. He is our winner and he is the route of everything that is in existence. And his tarbiyah for the believers is something that all of us should be strapped for something that all of us should be striving for us We ask Allah subhana wa tada to protect us from evil, to make

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good easy for us to have the lane and man to make man beloved to us. Kind of what we asked him to take us out of any darkness and into all of his lights pentacle, what's added below Adam Solo Solo Avada and then Amina Mohammed.

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Again, pardon me for going a little off track track today. inshallah. As we go on, the flow will be a little better beating the nighttime shot.

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