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Names of Allah – Episode 11 – Al-Kareem

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Tahir Wyatt

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No problem.

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So, I'm pretty is the name of a lot so

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I'm pretty old coding. Do you know anybody named Abdul Karim? Yes. Anybody here name? abdelkarim? That's rare. Do you know somebody named Christine without the ad in the front? Yes. Anybody famous?

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Kareem Abdul Jabbar? Okay, interesting. Interesting here.

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Is it okay for a person to just call themselves Kareem Abdul kurti?

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Yes, no. Oh, maybe we forgot.

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While he? Well, so the issue here is if the

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description, right? That if the name means something that is befitting for a human being, then it is okay for a person to call himself with that name, especially when we have evidence of Allah subhanaw taala calling some of his servants that are describing them in the hoop. bassoon Kareem, right. He described the angel jabril as being a Noble Messenger, right?

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Or an honorable messenger and that's why l Karim even though most of the time you see it translated as what?

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generous, right? That the more proper translation would be the honorable. Okay. Or the noble? Because one who is Kareem, actually, with talking about in general is that, that that one is intrinsically Noble. And from that person's honorable character,

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they give freely, their generous, that's part that is one of the manifestations of, of their honorable character. All right, but as we'll see, inshallah, as we go along, both of them are okay. And both of those translations are fine. So if you said the generous, you said the one who was honorable, both of those are fine with the lights, as we'll see. Okay, so al Karim now we're claiming that this is the name of Allah subhana wa tada was the first thing we have to start with

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evidence and why is that? And what is evidence anyway? What are we talking about when we say evidence we talking about hypotheses and

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the Lille Okay, that's just the translation. Prove, what are we? What is proof?

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Revelation, Revelation, we only know Allah subhana wa tada through what he has revealed to us because Lisa commit Lee Shay is nothing that is like Allah subhana wa Tada. So what we know about Allah is what he has told us about himself, and he didn't tell us those things about himself, except that we ponder over those meanings. fl Etta Bruna Al Quran is one of the Quran was revealed so that we could ponder over it and one of the most important aspects of the Quran in fact, it is the ultimate reason for His revelation is to know Allah, we know him through his names and attributes, which is why it is very difficult. And he to read through the Quran almost if I you'll find those

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Ayah finishing with the names of Allah subhana wa Tada. So the first thing that we want to look at is evidence How do we know that this is in fact, a name of Allah namshi

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he had knowledge from the book said, I will bring it to you before your glance returns to you. And when I saw it set before me said, okay, timeout timeout

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when reading the Quran

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and this is this is actually common in the Arabic language.

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One of the things you always want to pay attention to is the domain

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the pronouns because you will not understand speech unless you understand the pronouns. So he or he who had knowledge from the book said that well, who is the he here?

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And that's what I mean.

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Okay, where to work is a man who does a man have control over, he had control over the jinn. Okay, he who had knowledge of the Scripture said, I will

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Bring it to you before you glance returns to you

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What is he talking about?

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The sister

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bill peace, man

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that was good that was good Mashallah. Okay, so I just want you to take this all because honestly it's difficult to understand

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the total picture without you know without that kind of context okay so that Jin Hua nozzle description said I'll bring it to you I bring to you the throne a bill piece before your glance returns to you. Any

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other words yeah and before the blink of an eye before the blink of an eye, not good.

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slammed saw except before we said, this is from the grace of my Lord to test whether I'm grateful or not. If anyone is grateful it is for his own good, but if anyone is ungrateful, my lord is self sufficient that I need and Gary's carry.

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Okay.

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Okay. This is from the grace of my Lord to test whether I'm grateful or not.

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Right? He says color hair that mean fugly? Bobby B, Leah balloony, Ash poodle, and ak 44 What does it take for me?

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to disbelieve, okay, or it can be,

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to be ungrateful, right, because, Cofer at the end of the day,

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it means to be ungrateful. And one who has disbelieved that is rejected his creator, that is the ultimate form of in gratitude. Okay, is that one totally rejects the Creator, Cooper, uh, one of the reasons why cofa is called or disbelief is COVID it but but they say the linguists say

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that the word in an English cover actually comes from the Arabic cook.

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Because Kapha actually means to have tea to cover something Kapha it means to cover it up. Right? What do you know how to

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you know what a farmer a farmer in Arabic is called?

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For left,

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and he's also called a catfish.

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Yeah, farmers called a catfish. He covers up the earth, puts the seeds in and covers up the earth.

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I remember in very early in my studies, I was in the third level in the in the Arabic program. And, and the teacher was asking, you know, asking the students what their parents do for a living. So the one one guy said his father was a fella. He said Nana boo Catherine.

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As you can imagine that started some problems in the classroom.

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But that'll make you never forget that a farmer has a cafe. Right? All right. So Hear that? He said escoto echo. Will I be Will I be grateful or not? If anyone is grateful for his own good, allows parents Allah does not benefit from our obedience. His kingdom does not grow because we've given for his calls. Anything that we do in obedience to Allah subhanaw taala and showing our gratitude to him is for our own good, and if anyone is ungrateful, no simply know that a lot of times it is Canadian. Kenny. Okay he is Gunny that is he is self sufficient. And he is courteous, he is generous he is noble. So Hannah who was either

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the word or the the name of Allah Subhana Allah Karim al Karim has been mentioned twice in the Quran. So that's, that's the first place and sorted and nemid 27 chapter two Koran 14th verse and the second place. Yeah, you have insane math on worker bee rugby Kappa. l Kareem. Nine folashade Oh, man. Oh, man.

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What has lured

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you away from your Lord? The most jealous? Okay. What What does that mean? What does that mean? What has lowered you away?

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deceived you regarding your Lord.

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The most generous al Karim

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Well, if you look back at the previous ayat, what he then kubu berthelot What's that mean? When the graves are moved, shaken, opened, people have to come out. Right? Are you met enough soon? Man cut demetz work hard every soul will know that which it has put forward and what was left behind. If you will build they'll see in front of them they obedience to Allah subhana wa tada and their and their disobedience that which they fail to do.

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And so then it will be said to them, yeah, you have insane or said to mankind? What has made you careless? What has deceived you regarding your Lord subhanho wa Taala. So this is actually

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it's it's not a it's not looking for a reply. Here. There's, there's no attempt to get a reply. It's simply showing that some people are deceived

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by the fact that Allah subhanaw taala is so generous.

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So they disobey Him, and He still gives them

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and then they think, well, if I was so bad,

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you know, allow me to, you know, allow you to cut me off, put me in check.

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Everything must be okay. And they get deceived by the fact that a law is so generous that he still want to give, even when a person is not living right. Even when a person is being disobedient to a loss of time. He still may give them

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and the people who are grateful to allows parents Allah will recognize that and they'll turn back to a loss of parents Allah because they're shy. That allows parents Allah is still giving them even though they don't deserve it. Right? It's sort of like

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somebody hires you to do a job. Okay?

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Let's just say, give me a job. Any job?

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Pain, mom test. Excellent. Somebody came in and hired you to paint the masjid. Okay.

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You already feel kind of funny, like me taking money to paint the mess, okay, but all right, you agree to paint the master.

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Okay, so you start, you start painting, painting the master.

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And then halfway down a row, you came to something you found another job was a little better. He just kind of explained, listen, this is the deal. I said, no problem. We're gonna pay you for the whole job, even though you only did half of it. How do you feel?

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A lot of people's I can't accept that. You know, like, I don't feel right. Taking there. Because

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I didn't finish the job. Right? Similarly, a person who knows that they're not living right? and allows pantallas just still showering them with blessings.

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The believer is going to say you know what, I gotta get myself together. This doesn't feel right accepting all this from Allah subhanaw taala and I'm not living right. So the believer gets their act together. allows her to Alice caught him. His generosity towards them, brings them back.

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It puts them back on the right path. But the person who's not living right yeah, you have insane. masala cabbie Robbie Kilkenny that person is going to continue to be deceived by loss of Hamilton's car the same way that a person feels like oh I can only do half the job and get over get over them and then we're gonna go go get over on somebody else.

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So they get deceived by by the generosity you understand how that works. Okay. There's another I in the Quran in

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surah noon.

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For to Allah Allah, Allah medical HEC La Ilaha Illa Who? Babu alloush al Karim

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al Karim.

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Okay, d mu L Katie, me and Kenny Ma. who study in excess wherever.

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And so anybody in one See? That's where they start their ratio.

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One B, they started off a low x bar. Okay.

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So what's what's happening at the end of at the end of a word, what determines

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the syntax of the Arabic language?

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The ending, the ending what

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the ending diacritical Mark

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In general, the ending hierarchy of the word with it can be some difference. But the point is what if you say

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Rob, Rob bull Laotian curry me?

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What is Kareem describing

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the throne the ash, Rob bull out Xi lkt carry me so is describing the throne, but if which is the majority of the qura

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Okay, there's one Kira one mode of reciting the Quran. Whereas Rob pull out shall carry

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and that and that's describing a rub. Okay. And both of them are correct. But the majority of the qura say Rob voloshin carry me and so that's why that's why most of the scholars would say that the name of Allah Subhana Allah, Karim is mentioned twice and the Quran Some will say three times because of that I like

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the Hadith also which is revelation in who Allah wa you have. The Hadith is revelation from Allah Subhana Allah and sun metal the low angle call a caller who likes a lot It was in Iraq back home hi ye Yun Kareem in North Dakota. Hi, Kareem. Yes, the Haman AB de la vida de Muro de Massa for Natasha.

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Ready

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Navid, the Messenger of a lawful stop what

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you're doing is you're known as highview. Hi, you

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know, go ahead.

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Not Lisa. Middle, Middle High as

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well in the middle. Hi. Yeah. Right. And clean, honorable or generous?

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No, not just me. You'll see. It's not my I'm not saying anything. When a slave raises his hands in supplication to a wall. He meaning a law is shot to let them fall

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before the man except

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sort of for the man's Abu hanifa. Come on. Man Malik.

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Except that we're talking about hiding. Something we talked about Howdy.

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I understand what I did. That every every genre has his has. It's, it's the law hat has its terminology. Right. So if if, if you go to a restaurant and you ask for cookies, what are you talking about?

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What are cookies?

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Something that you eat dessert. Anybody have any cookies on? Anybody? So we can all look and you can share?

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All right. But if you if you're talking to an IT specialist,

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about cookies, what are we talking about?

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those files in your computer? They say we do cookies Do you accept right then? Right? Okay, come on, guys. This is not rocket science. All right. So every every field has its terminology when we talking about Hadeeth and we talking about the four when they say the 40 mams. For here to the four books we're talking about what? Oh, no, not Bacardi.

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Tsunami Tao tirmidhi. Imagine and they say no Bukhari and Muslim. That's if you say the six books of Hadith. We talked about the four then you're referring to those four. So this Heidi was narrated by Abu tirmidhi and even magic and imagine so the for you, ma'am, except, and the say, and it was graded authentic by a number of scholars, including Jim Hackett, Michelle Benny Bahama home Allahu Jamia, and my last tranche Allah have mercy on all of them. So in this Hadith, the prophet Isaiah salatu salam described the law as being happy any describing as being Kareem, he said that when a slave raises his hands, and he and supplication to Allah, tada, what's happening when you raise your

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hand, or what's what happens when somebody is begging? What do they do? They stick their hand out. Allah Subhana Allah is shy, and he's generous. So someone sticks their hand out. He's shy, that it will return empty, that it will return empty.

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And this is this is a deep concept belie is a deep concept.

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And since it's not that far you have it from a historical standpoint. It just happened six weeks ago.

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What is charitable Tuesday? Matter of fact, today is a Tuesday. So it was actually about six weeks ago. Precisely. What is charitable Tuesday?

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I'll come on.

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What's it called? Isn't a charity?

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Oh, you're going to answer.

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Go ahead. What is it?

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It's an offshoot of cyber Monday. Well, what is Cyber Monday come up. What's before Cyber Monday? Black Friday, what do people do on Black Friday? Oh, they shop. They shop a whole lot. And they, and they buy a lot of stuff they probably don't even need right just because

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cuz it's on sale. And then let's hit them with Cyber Monday. Spend some more money we probably didn't need to spend. And then on Monday night, you start feeling a little guilty, huh? spinning. I'm indulging these people out there is starving and these orphans and all this other stuff. And I spent all this money I really didn't need to spend.

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And then Tuesday comes around.

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Terrible Tuesday, hits you up. They play on those on that guilt. And they say well, you know what, you can make it all right, everything you just messed up on Friday and Monday, to make it Alright, on Tuesday. Just give a little give something, give to your favorite charity. make yourself feel better. Why? Because now on Tuesday, when people asking you feel a little shy, not to give

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you feel shy not to give because you obviously had something because you just spent the whole lot

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lost power to Allah LaHood method will Allah, To Him belongs the greatest example. He's Kadeem. He's generous, and he has everything. And he owns everything.

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So he shy that a servant would raise his or her hands to him subhana wa Taala and that he would withhold

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that's why it's so important that we make dua, and that we turn to a lost parent Island. And that we turn away from the creation to him subhana wa, tada that

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time. So we get an idea of what it means even though we're just dealing with evidence so far.

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All right. All right. We'll

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take our time today for the meaning of advocate in the animal one who gives without measure, his generosity encompasses me to take in. Its overall the entire commission, even those who are ungrateful for his blessings, and use them to dis obey him after he gives and takes nothing in return a lot. A lot.

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I don't know.

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A lot, please stand understood.

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This is uncanny, la la la la namshi. From the roof cap, raw me, which has the following connotations to be generous, giving the deficit in transit intrinsically that is way on the inside of this part of the essence of that thing, right?

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No, good virtue. All right. So these two meanings, in fact, are the two meanings that even fair to some casilla, which I talked about before, these are the two meanings

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primarily that he deals with.

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MCI used to look I mentioned before was was one of the best Arabic dictionaries for dealing with etymology. So when we want to deal with the roots of words and what this word goes back to and where other words that have a similar ish peacock

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variations of that were where they all go back to, these are the two meanings that he primarily deals with. So one is the intrinsic nature of something that it is honorable, that it has shut off. Okay, that is no one that that it's honorable, and then the other one deals with character, how it interacts with other things. Okay, so these are the two different things we're looking at. We're looking at what essence and we're looking at interaction, right. The similar to how we talked about aroma

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And

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now and then the third one to be excellent precious. Okay, so they call for example,

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diamonds, rubies, gold and silver. In fact, what do we call those in English? precious metals? Right? They actually call a job or Madeleine Kadima, Allah jarle Kadima in the Arabic language. Okay. to refer to them being precious. valuable. Yes. Yes.

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It's not limited to the prevalence

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prevalence okay prevailing concept

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or understanding of general Okay, so most of the time we think of generosity we think of someone giving we're not thinking of it as a as an intrinsic character trait. Okay? So if we look at for example, and just so that we understand this a last minute data describe the core core is being courteous in the hula quarter on Kareem a sadita haimo lo Tana said when explaining that I he said a cathedral hidey hole zero

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Cathedral Heidi zero that it has many that it has much good okay. And that it is dripping with knowledge.

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right because zero limb Okay, full of knowledge and goodness for kulu Hayden well for in the maze, the feather monkey tab in level you stumbled to me all good. And all knowledge is benefited from the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala and extracted from it, even as some of the prophet Isaiah Salatu sin which explains the Quran obviously, the also love that elements in the Quran.

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Like me, she follows me

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to

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Bobby rahimullah said upcoding is the one who initiates who initiate who begins to blessing before it is actually deserved. And gives liberally donates even without seeing award or really any type of compensation. Alright, let's stop there. Okay, so al Karim is the one who does what initiates the blessing. He gives it to you before you deserve it. Before you even ask for it allows parents Allah gives you blessings al Karim.

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All right. And when he gives, he's not seeking any compensation. He wants nothing in return.

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He gives without now it's interesting, because even the person who is Kareem, if they give, they want something in return, even if it's reward from Allah Subhana Allah that's still something that they want back. I want something from this, I want that my reward from a loss, which is an interesting concept, by the way, and I showed it alongside her and her

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mentioned this and that is that

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if somebody says For example, to you, what do I owe you, you had no intention of doing whatever you did for them for any compensation. And you say make do it for me, then you are in fact asking for compensation.

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Now,

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when colleges Aquila halen, for could

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write the prophecy Some say whoever says Zach Lowe halen, then that person has has

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exaggerated if you will, and praising and praising you and rewarding you it even the Prophet idea select was Sam said whoever does mouth to you, whoever does any form of good to you for caffee

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then compensate them.

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Give it back to them. And if you can't give it back to them, then make do it for them until you feel like you paid them back. So two is actually a form of compensation. So if you ask somebody if somebody if you do care for somebody, and they say well how much do you need for that? And you say just make do it for me, then that's your compensation.

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So don't even say that.

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Don't even say make the iPhone SE Landry domain comm does and while I show Cora we know I don't want any reward. No thanks.

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Well, I should Cora I don't want you to say shockline to me, you might say shockline if somebody does something good to you, Zack Hello. Hey Ron, that type of thing.

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What I'm saying is if somebody says, what do I owe you?

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No, you don't say I say I don't I don't want any reward from you. And no thanks. I didn't do it for that. Okay? which is which is an important concept and the reason why the prophesy Sonam instructed us to do what to pay them back if they do good for you is so that what?

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Because that's because that's from good manners.

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That's part of it. But why? Because the heart because the heart gets attached to the one who does who does good to it. And Allah wants your heart to be attached to him and him alone.

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So pay them back so that the heart so I mean, you were on good terms, but I don't owe you anything

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and leave my heart solely for its creators anytime time.

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Yes, if you ask ask Alo which is gonna come show. It's gonna come not exactly that heavy but it's going to come for you. So here this is Al Karim.

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Now katabi goes on to talk about aljur wet Photoshop. This is different

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and allows for an entirely there's nowhere in the Quran that that no I in the Quran that refers to laws being ultra wet, but that isn't a hadith which many of the scholars Hadid say is authentic, others do not deem it as being authentic. So there's actually a difference about whether a joette is in fact the name of Allah subhanaw taala based on based on the authenticity of that Hadith and how the scholar of Hadith grades, now, this is different from Elijah wet, right?

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He is the one who gets more than he is asked when he is right. So algebra word is the one who was asked for something for when he is asked for something, he gives much more than what than what a person asked for. Okay, so for example, someone comes and they say to you, can I borrow $100

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to get paid?

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No, not only not only do you let them, you don't even let them borrow anything. So you give them $200 This is 200 take it

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as algebra who gives more than what was asked for. And that's all the time and allows definitely a job where the net sense whether you believe the heads is authentic or not. A lot always gives us more than what we asked for. Because we don't even know what to ask for half the time.

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And allows fantatic gives us much more than what we even know, you know, knew that we that we need it now. I'll Kareem

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even before being right? So understand difference between algebra word, which you could translate as the magnanimous right? giving much.

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Not exactly.

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No shutdown design.

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Both ways I

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saw with two Z's, Matt would have said that, but

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stay clean, is one forgives. Even when he has the power, even when you see it's very easy to forget when you can't do anything about it anyway. I forgave him. You don't forgive him. You can't do anything about it.

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He fulfills his promises and exceeds the limits one could hope for when use is not concerned with how much he gives. Right. That is. That is what some of the scholars of the past have said about al Qaeda. Now. I want you to listen to this ayah from surratt elbow rouge in a lady in affection on me, Nina, one minute

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in a Latina fetta mean in one minute. What does that mean?

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Just that part.

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Right those who persecuted the believing men and the believing women. How did they persecute them?

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They were burning them. They were putting them in the pit and burning them in the levena fetch and me Nina well, Martinez, Summa lamea to boo and then they don't want and then they don't repent. They don't make Toba they don't turn back to Allah Subhana Allah fella whom I their boo jahannam

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for them is the punishment of jahannam the fire or hell? What or whom either foolhardy

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and for them is the punishment of burning flames. Okay?

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Or janam is burning flames of hikers of fire, right?

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Listen to what al hasn't Albacete either him or her lozada says, He says on the roll, ILA has an karami will do the

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quarterly will only a who will who will hear their own millet, Toba Walmart Farah.

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He says, Look at this kindness and generosity from Allah. These people have killed his allies his only at his close friends and allies turns out he still calls them to make Toba and still invites them to his forgiveness, La Jolla. And this is the extent of Allah Subhana Allah, calm.

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His generosity, his his honor, and his essence panel Watada like

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falesha

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manifestations of the last color that means the way that it is shown and seen a lot has honored mankind. And sort of throughout this drop, which is the 17 series everything first in the English translation of the meanings has, we have honored the children of Adam, and carry them on land and sea and provided them with good things, and greatly favored them over many of those we've created.

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Now,

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in the 62nd, verse of the same storm, a lot transmission of the meanings, he says, he said, Do you see this one you have more than me? If you breed me until the Day of Resurrection, I will bring his descendants under my slave except for a few. So even chez Pon recognized that man was honored over him, that man has been given honor, that a last minute data has in fact honored the children of Adam, as many of the scholars of tafsir say by giving the human being intellect by giving the human being that capacity to choose that this is an honor in fact from Allah subhanahu wa Tada. This is how Eliza gel has distinguished us and dignified us if we use that freewill that we have and we use

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our intellects in obedience to Allah subhana wa tada then we are in fact honored and we are in fact honored in Rama Khun cara, in the economical the most honorable from amongst you are who at korakuen those who have the most taqwa. So that's that scale right in the economical command ally at car Comm. So this is how I lost her to Allah has honored the the children of Adam by giving them that capacity to worship Him by giving them intellect,

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the ability to think the ability to ponder if we use that we use these abilities that Allah subhana wa tada has given us to lie, to kill, to cheat, to be rude to be unjust, then we are dishonouring ourselves. And we are turning away from alcohol. All right. No

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manifestations of a loss.

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Okay, so are we just going to go through this quickly and shout out to Adam, because there's a lot of ways that we can talk about this. But Salah in and of itself is a manifestation of Allah subhanaw taala his generosity and that and that comes from many different ways. But let's just look at it like this. How many times a day do you pray? Well, let's say let me rephrase that, how many times a day at least should a Muslim pray? Five because I don't want you to talk about what you're doing. So are you paying Shaolin praying 20 times a day, right? So so at least five times a day, right? But how much are you rewarded for it says if you pray, how many times 50 times, that's generosity,

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that's generosity that you would come pray five times in the last few minutes it will reward you as if you pray 50 times.

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Now, let's go beyond that. If you're sitting in the masjid

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Waiting for prayer.

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What's happening?

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It's you're getting rewarded as if you're in prayer. And the angels are saying Aloma Fiddler Olam hammer.

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Allah have mercy on him. Oh ALLAH forgive him. Right? All because all because you did what? Because Because you prayed all because you prayed. So there's a lot of manifestations Not to mention the spiritual health that is gained from prayer. That closeness to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, Allah Subhana Allah could have made these acts of worship,

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mundane acts that have no benefit if you wanted to do it, because he's the master, but we in fact benefit from our obedience to Allah subhana wa Tada. So that's one thing, forgiveness, how is the last pantallas

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carrum manifested in in forgiveness?

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How how's it man? What is multiple ways, but let's do it. Let's just let's just look at one way. Allah Subhana Allah

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when forgiving some of his servants, you bet the low sejati him has a net. He he turns their bad deeds in the good deeds. That is absolutely amazing. As absolutely amazing as a sign of forgiveness from Allah Subhana Allah or that one He forgive someone that he turns their bad deeds into good deeds. That's called

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paradise.

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paradise. How is that a manifestation of a loss pantile is cut up.

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It is the ultimate manifestation that was caught on seeing his spine with the island paradise.

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But think of that Hadeeth think of that howdy of the person who there was no one a shed do men who send dunya no one had a more difficult time in this life than this particular individual from the people paradise.

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Think about it.

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I mean, have you seen some people who have hit hard times?

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Well describe them for me. How does that look to you?

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What's his home look like?

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No, he doesn't have one. Okay, what his clothes like?

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tattered. Okay, that's

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okay, that's good. What about his shoes? hami downs? What about his shoes? Maybe doesn't even have any.

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What else?

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Does he have wealth? No. Hmm.

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You can obviously imagine what his mental state would be. You take this person, Allah Subhana. Allah says, The Prophet it starts with Samson the Hadees that he's dipped in gender a dip?

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And then is asked of him?

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Have you ever dealt with any adversity? And he said, Absolutely not. Never. I've never dealt with any adversity ever.

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Because just that little bit agenda.

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Just that taste of a loss of Hamlet has caught on.

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And it makes him forget anything that he ever went through. was panela. And so when you think about these manifestations of a lot of time has come, it should draw you closer to him. So handle without, of course, we'll have enough time to go into everything. So we keep it moving publishing

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those notes know that a lot is happening. We'll strive to spend time in the masjid. Oh, come on.

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Man. All right. What is that? How why what are we talking about here? What are we talking about?

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Making the Jamaat in the master but what does that have to do with lobbying?

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Right, because I just said, when you imagine waiting for supply, right, that allows reward. Okay, so let's let's let's take a step back.

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We call we call the master and the Prophet it selects was today referred to the masjid as being what?

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The House of Allah house of Allah. Excellent. Now, let me ask you this. And you may have may remember, we talked about this a few weeks back.

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Anybody in here rich? phrasing.

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Yeah. Zach Aloha.

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Mashallah, I talk to you afterwards

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we got some pride we got some Islamic projects we need to talk to you about.

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Alright, let's let's not let's not go rich.

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anybody here know how to treat your guests?

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Mashallah good. So So if somebody if if I came over your house if you invited me over your house, okay at dinner time

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at dinner time, and you pulled out some

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Ritz crackers.

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Right? So water, definitely some water for the salty crackers. You say, Hey, we go man, this is

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this is the spread here.

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We're gonna get down and I'm looking. We look at arrests and Whoa, Where's the rest?

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Because I know I know that this person is pretty well, well off right now that this person is well off. And in order to be generous. We go to the house for dinner. We're going to have a nice, we'll have a nice meal, Mike a few courses going on. Right? But if something like that happened, he was saying what is wrong with me stingy? See, I know he got money. Why would he? Why would he do that to me? Brian says this guy's miserly right. He says,

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Okay.

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What about when you come to a law's house? This is a law's house. I want to come as much as possible. Because the laws al Karim. And I know that when I come to his house,

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and I'm his guest, he's going to treat me well. He's going to give me more than I asked for more than I could expect.

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This is a last panel Dallas house. And that's why one of the early scholars of Islam. I'm going to be made moon by him Allah tala. He said he was from the Tabby. He said to us have a Mohammedan sallallahu alayhi wa sallam well whom you're Kowloon in El massage de de PUE to LA he fill out what Edna who have canal Allah and you crema Manzella? houfy

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He said, I met the companions of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and they used to say that the massages are a law's houses on earth.

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And it is a laws, duty, if you will. How can Allah Allah because he allows parents to can make things are right upon himself, that he you create him

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that he honors Manzella who fear that he honors those who visit him in those houses.

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And so this is why one who knows that a law is Kareem will strive to spend time in the house of Allah payment data.

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This, if that doesn't motivate you to get up a few minutes early, go to the masjid for fudger go to the masjid as much as you can look for a lost power to Allah. Is it Quran

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that he is going to your Karim book that he is going to honor you and treat you well. Because you visited his house. So Hamilton, I'm going to stop there. Because I went over the time that was allotted

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the Tabby I'm going to be more Elodie. I'm Robin mamoon. And oh the Rahim Allah. And then we'll cover the rest of these benefits in the later

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next week, and move on to another one of the last parameter eyelas Divine Names Willow Island. If you have any questions you can ask them now. Sharla. Any questions about this name?

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Well, I have a question since Yes. Can you can you talk about

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the distinction of the shyness of a loss as opposed to how we will see it?

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Because Okay, so so the question, the question that the brother asked is, can we can I talk about the the distinction between a loss of hands out his shyness?

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And how we would view shyness? Well, the thing is, and this is, as we covered previously, when we deal with any of the loss of habitat is attributes, that the first thing that we recognize

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Nice is Lisa cometh Lee he shaved, that there's nothing that is like Allah Subhana who were to Allah. So the same way that we don't worry about well How is his generosity different? How is his mercy different? How is his love different? How is his existence different?

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At the end of the day, these are loss of hematol his qualities, this is what is profit sort of learning with some have told us and allies with your mentions that he mentions in the Quran CELTA will law who lay a stay ye minute hack, and the law doesn't shy a laws and shy of telling the truth. A law doesn't shy away from the truth in the law, hilarious that you and your buddy but method a member will descend from Africa to the end. So this quality Allah Subhana Allah has described himself with right, and the prophets of light, it was something described and with that he's animal hulky, we'll call it he's the one the most knowledgeable of all of the creation,

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about the Creator. So he described the lust as, as being shy, it's similar to how,

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in this sense,

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that companion who heard the prophets of light he was sort of describing the law as laughing, and he said, we will never give up or never despair, will never give up hope from a Lord that laughs right. This is what they understood from it. Now, what we cannot ask, what we cannot ask as believers is how because we don't know how we don't we don't know how Allah subhanaw taala is and so therefore knowing the attributes are of anything our branch of knowing the essence of that thing, and we don't know that about a loss. So we don't know how

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