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Names of Allah – Episode 14 – Al Wahhab

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Now how do we learn who we should do who see now See ya Marina

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De La Paloma de la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la sharika or shadow Ana Mohammed Abu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa early he was like me he was a limiter Sleeman cuz he Yanina Yama Dean ama buried shallow Tada. Today we're going to cover two names from the names of a loss of hammer tada and those names are Allah will have and SME

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just by show of hands how many of you think that

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Well, let me ask you which which name do you think comes in the Koran more Allah have or a semi?

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Are you sure about that?

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By

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Okay, all right so so we say a semi it comes more than a little head alright.

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What name do you think is more common Abdul Wahab web to send me

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Doha you know, somebody named Doha?

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Now like somebody not not somebody famous in the past, you know somebody named Go ahead. Yes. You know, somebody sent me.

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Okay. You said Yes, ma'am, or law? Uh huh. Okay. Okay. Mashallah. Okay.

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What, if you remember the last time we covered, we covered

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just to briefly

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before we get into the actual name itself, we cover what we called sea of Alamo Balala, CO. l mubadala, which means that these are the

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exaggerated forms

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of the door of an action, right. So, for example, we talked about

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well, who remember some of those some of those forms? By the far but what's the form itself? fan? Right? So normally, the person who does something, right is on what form what wasn't of the verb? Fe, right. He's called a fan. He's the one who, who does something. So tell me somebody's name, you know, that's on wasn't failed.

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Fabio, okay. sobbing, sobbing.

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Well, we mess names up here. So a lot of times people say severe, right? But severe, okay, sabik. What, what's the root of de

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sebata sounds like sobotta which means to do it.

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Okay? patient is one meaning for Behrendt okay? And so that the person who does that act of patience is called sabi by any other names you know.

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And it wasn't fine.

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shakin, fine.

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shacket Jabir, right, so these are all that that wasn't sodic saw that was the root of sodic

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sadaqa means to give charity right.

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The verb saw the cop sada is not the is not the now subtle cartoon. Okay, but but it's interesting. What is Southern Southern cartoon? What is that?

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That that's charity, but it comes from that same route csod damn cough which means to be truthful, what's the relationship between? So go ahead, check. You can say it. Ah.

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Yes.

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All right.

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Yeah, okay. So what's the relationship between the sidecar as the verb saw the pod to be truthful and sadaqa to the charity?

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You guys brought it up? What's the Well, no, well, no well,

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giving charity you have to be truthful because sometimes it can be charitable secretly.

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first statement was was on point. Yes.

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Okay, go ahead. Is that mean that is the proof

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of the

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proof of one's true false is once true, amen. Right? That's that's what the scholars say. They say that it's called sadaqa. Because it is an indication of a person's true Amen.

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Because Allah Allah said about man that what what in the hooni hope bill Heidi Lucia deed, his love for hair, good which here refers to wealth, his love for wealth is intense.

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And so that a person gives that away is an indication of the truthfulness of their faith.

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Men when tenerlo beerwah had to tune FICO match hipbone, you will not attain a live, right? Real piety righteousness until you give away that which you love. What is what you love?

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Right? All right. So, so that was, how do we get on it? Okay, right, because the Dewar is is a fan in Arabic, but then we have what they call cL medalla. And it's important to look for, and,

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you know, it's, you'll find many of them with the names of a loss of Hamilton. And one of those forms is fair, it's not fair anymore. Okay. So it's fair.

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Right? over somebody who forgives, you can say he's caught a fish.

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But somebody who continuously forgives

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is a far. No. All right. So what are we going to talk about what that name means being the liaison so we have about a half hour and inshallah we'll be able to cover that. And then we'll do some in the take takes gonna take a little longer than overhead, because there's some intricacies with a semi overhead is pretty in terms of its meaning is pretty, pretty straightforward. All right. Questions, overhead, we have here what

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the ever giving, it can also mean or you can use the Bestower. Okay.

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Heba is a gift. And so we've talked about some of that in show.

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First thing we're going to cover obviously, is the evidence, okay, and that's because what,

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because we only know the names of the last kind of data from Revelation. So before we get to talking about what it means and these type of things, it's important for us to establish that it is in fact the name of a loss of Hannah horchata Paula who as origin would have been added to the kulu bene bad it had eaten what had happened. That's the verb we'll have bolena mila dunka bosma inika enter will have

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Do not let me ask you guys this is your mercy you are

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you are el Wahab okay. So here

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Yeah, this is

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we switch the vine

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inshallah Alright, so, yeah, please, please do

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alright. So, so, here

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the outsole here.

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Here, Eliza gel is mentioning the Do I have the believers who said what banette led to the collusion about the data and the context yeah can move.

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Do I know the context of this?

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comes before that. Eliza gel is talking about the ayat or Lady

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necesaria Hola, De Anza radical kita Minh who I had so much cameras on who know Makita Cheviot, and he's the one who sent down to you to book

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who knows I

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mean, who is omaka metal No, no multitap from them. There are those verses which are clear and concise and meaning they are the multitap

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now

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Meaning that this is what the Koran goes back to these meanings. These are more Kemet very clear and concise, will follow to shabby hat. There are some other verses, which may be a bit ambiguous or not as clear and meaning to everybody. All right, it's like my best friend Hello Thailand whom I said there's some parts of the Quran, which are understood by the Arabic language you don't need a whole lot of Tafseer if you will, very clear for everybody doesn't need a lot of explanation. There are other if they need some explanation. And so you'll find some of them some of the campaign's themselves who were experts in the Arabic language asking the prophets a lot of them about certain.

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Alright, we'll help them with a shadow yet.

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As with those who are firm, and now as they say we believe in all of it, there are some who want fitna and they go about trying to seek the reality if you will, of these verses they make false interpretations of them. Allah Subhana Allah then says that the Do I have those who are firming knowledge say that to the

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bad into datanet Allah don't make our heart score straight. after You have guided us don't make our hearts deviate. after You have guided us.

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We'll have Leonard Miller gift us.

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Normally we translators grant us, but I want you to start thinking about overhead in terms of gift giving. Alright.

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So last one is Alec gives you that or you're asking for him for that gift of mercy in nikka, enter overhead and it is from his mercy Subhana who was added that he will keep you on the right path that he will keep you guided and that he will keep your heart from going astray. That is all from his mercy for hublin give us that gift of mercy from you. in Mecca and Alba hab You are the one who gives gifts perpetually continually and without even being asked right

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now Allah subhanaw taala also also says

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Amanda whom has a BA in Rama to Europe because his or her

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Do they

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have your notes first

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sorted side

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is

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sort of saw in the beginning is dealing with the fact that the disbelievers and is specifically dealing with the disbelievers of quraishi at this particular time

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ijebu and Jay Z roaming home

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they were they found it strange that a warner would come from amongst them okay that a warner will come from amongst them. We'll call it Kev we want to have a second cadet and those who disbelieve they said that this is a a lying saucer is a lying saucer

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and then they went on to say owns it it is the crewmen baina balloon Fisher came in victory Bella Malibu.

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They said and they found again they were finding a strange has the dick if this remembrance this Quran been revealed to him,

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as opposed to all of us, and we're right here. And he's the one like what's so special about him? that he would get the that he would become a prophet. Right that he would be the one that receives this revelation.

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And so then a large amount of data says Balham Fisher came in decree that they are doubtful of the warning of a loss of health data. In fact, they have not tasted yet his punishment. And then a last minute data says I'm in the home because that you know Rama to not be careless easily or do they possess the treasures of your Lord's mercy? The Almighty that ever given time?

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What what here is Allah Subhana? Allah referring to what is what is Rama? Specifically and this is referring to this is important. Is this going to come on later in the Duff's below it? A lot awa but a little more, a little higher than that because who are we talking about here? We're not just talking about any kind of guidance.

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Sorry revelations so he's talking about Prophethood here. I'm in the home Casa de la tierra. De another words illustrate data. He, he puts his reseller wherever he wants to.

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It's they don't possess that. That's not for them. They don't put the in that and that is one of the greatest treasures, right? So Allah Subhana Allah here is referring to the fact that he's the one who chose who he's going to give his Rama to here and this sense that Prophet hood who he's going to give revelation directly to allies he's ever had the almighty that ever giving in here and we'll have the Hebrew here the gift is the gift of His mercy. It is the gift of prophethood All right, and we'll inshallah we'll come back to that a little later in the law.

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Okay. Also assorted sod. By the way, these are the three places in the Quran where the name al Wahab is mentioned. So So how many times we'll have mentioned a crime three times three times once in Alabama and twice and solid side this last one I want you to tell me who said this

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Don't rush

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Colorado bill Philly. were heavily monocle lay young buddy I had him buddy in the car and tell

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me a kingdom never never to be attained by anyone after me. You

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where you are.

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Okay.

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So you say Who said this?

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suit a man. And what that allows me that I give him

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that he didn't give to anyone else.

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And

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okay, so he was given an army of gin, basically that he control what else the F control.

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Okay.

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And the wind, Zach I love Hey, I was looking at it and the wind, some kind of law and

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fire

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who remembers the incident in the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that exemplifies this or that indicates that a man was given this and and when should a man said what is an milken lay somebody I had him embody a kingdom a Dominion control that would not be suitable for anyone after me. Something happened in life for the privacy center mom, she's

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watching

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right?

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Right, he would have left the campaign scene but what but he remembered that do I have seen a man and that that was not appropriate for anyone after so they may play? nice mesh.

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Okay, Photoshop

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linguistically

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is a hyperbolic form of

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meaning

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emphasizes certain types of characteristics of the original form. Right? So the original form is way ahead, but that's not the name of Allah. Okay, that we know of that was not revealed. Why why hip is somebody who gives gifts. Okay.

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Wow. Whereas Wahab is one who, as you'll see, gives constantly, graciously liberally, eternally.

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There is no stop to the gifts that Allah Subhana Allah gives wow hat which has the following connotations. The following means to give for no compensation to give as a gift, right? So a person for example, if somebody took this phone, why it's not mine, so I can't give it to you. But if somebody took the phone and they just said here, just take it right this is for you. They want nothing in return. Then you will say what have any and he will say he gave me

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Joe well within this, this cell phone right. So that's

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that's to give without wanting any compensation back that's best

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It's a beat. Heba the gift is called Heba. The verb is wahiba not

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to offer as a present, bestow, which is very close to meaning is not

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much different than

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that

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make clear it is not something that's earned. Okay, I was about to I'm sorry.

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No, no, that's fine. Leave the mic on Veronica loafie. That's good. So without going into a lot of distinction, because this is where it gets really interesting, right? Because you want to know what what's the difference between a hat and Zack and ultimately, in a mannequin? I mean, because there are there are subtle differences between each but just to answer your question, inshallah. So,

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risk usually implies something that you have worked for.

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Okay, something that you've worked for. So for example, you wouldn't come at the end of two weeks of doing of working at you know, for your employer and say, Can you give me a gift, right, but that which they do give you is still called risk, you know, you're working for your risk, all right. So there is a slight difference between risk which is normally translated sustenance, and

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Heba. Okay, here, which is what you mentioned, which is that there is nothing that you did to earn it, there was nothing that you went out and actually did it was just given to you. There was no really action on your part, right? Okay. Now, number three.

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inshallah, when we get to our zap, minutes, my last data from those Divine Names of Allah, I'll circle back here and talk about the subtle differences in sha Allah between Rosetta and

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and Tao. Right?

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By the way, the root whatever, right? It's, it's in the Koran about 25 times. So it's just good to know. So that when you come across it, and you see that, and sometimes it's in that command form, because it's what hub? Not what However, what would it what the sukoon on the end, because it's the command form of the verb

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nachi

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favours and blessings upon His servants with

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all of us, when we give a gift.

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We have a selfish end period. Now, that's selfish and could be blameworthy or it could be praiseworthy. But we definitely want something in return. If we don't want something in return from that person, that's a good thing. Because what we want is something in return from Allah. We want we want to be rewarded by Allah subhanaw taala, we're still when we give or we want that person to like us, we want their praise, we want to be showing off whatever and those are, you know, generally blameworthy things

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constantly liberally and graciously. He does not give painstakingly Miss not on notice he seek a benefit or an advantage for himself by doing so.

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read that again. Please.

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Whole paragraphs will have

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the skills is favours and blessings upon his service without a selfish ending. He gives constantly liberally grace and graciously he does not. He does not give painstakingly nor does he seek a better giving painstakingly don't sometimes people gives give gifts. I mean, just I mean, we live in America so we can talk about Christmas don't people give gifts and it's hurting the money giving the gift?

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Yeah, it's all it's like, Man, I wish I didn't have to give this person to give it feel they almost feel obligated. It's It's a gift. But it still hurts. Yes.

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Oh.

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Further she

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knew exactly seek a benefit or an advantage for himself by doing so. Okay, so let's just look at that very quickly. And

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look just from this and we'll cover some more thing. But just from this, what's the difference between

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Allah Subhana Allah is giving his gift giving

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And our gift giving. What are some of the things that you see that a different?

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So lost fantatic gives with ease. And for us it may be difficult. Yes.

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A lot does not want anything in return.

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Yeah, what else? Yes.

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It doesn't diminish from what he has, when he gives namshi.

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Right? He's not going to hold it over your head. Right. So Pamela, because some people give gifts for what

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they trying to control your heart. Man, there's a setup. Yes.

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No, illustrate that it doesn't. He doesn't give because he wants to be worshipped. He deserves to be worshipped. Whether he gives it not that that worship is not something that he he doesn't give because of that, that that's the idea. We give one and something in return for that allows fantastic gives. And because of his giving, he is deserving. But it he doesn't give because he wants that if there's no causal relationship there. Yes.

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Time don't don't.

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That's a standard.

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stick up. Just want to know the differences here. Right. The other I would say another major difference is that Allah tala is constantly giving everywhere at all times, it doesn't stop

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the blessings, the gifts from the last minute it don't stop, and he hasn't gotten what Okay, let's just start where you used to be nothing.

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You use it you used to be nothing. And then you were created. And you were created from a liquid that you don't want to touch smell is despised a despise fluid, and allows pantalla brought you from that into existence, and he gave you your summit he gave you that's the other thing. There are just so many things that we can't gift to anybody.

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You can't give a woman who doesn't have a child a child

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does a fertility, you know.

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The point is there are things that are lost metalic can give that that obviously nobody else can but his giving is perpetual now, he brought you out of nothing and brought you to existence. What have we done to repay a loss Vandana? We can, right? There is nothing, not photoshopped

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me I've never had a frost.

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Bobby

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said out of my hand is the one who generously gives without seeking anything in return. I said judge as the Jaggi said,

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the one who gives many gifts and favors so he is what he giving them one after the other night.

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Tommy also said

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that the creation can give money or gifts in certain cases. But other than that they don't have the power to grant

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health to a sick person, a son to a barren woman or guidance to the last. Right, those who are straight.

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Yes, we have the ability to teach we have the ability to put certain things in place but ultimately that is the last parameter is gift.

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Yes, you

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without seeking a return.

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Then if we recognize that from him, then that's the extra benefit that we get.

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Yeah, because because the difference between a believer and a disbeliever is that they recognize that gift from Allah subhanaw taala wish Coronavirus and then they and then they are appreciative of that. And they show their gratitude, which we'll talk about when we get to the benefits of knowing that a lot of what had been in the matches.

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Understand, So could it be that

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for us, it'd be a reminder for us to work with the law not as a tool.

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Right, so one of the benefits of knowing that Allah subhana wa tada is elwa head is that you become more conscious of the gifts that allowes fantatic gives you, hopefully through that consciousness, right? It's the same way some handler when, when a child, and a lot of times it doesn't happen until later in life, that the child starts to realize how much the parents have actually done for them, that they sheltered them from heart, things that you could never, that you never even took into consideration when you were young, because you didn't even know that those harmful things existed.

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And so you think about Allah subhanaw taala as a warhead, because from his gifts to you, is not just the material things that he gives you. It's the things that he saves you from. It's the harm that he has kept from coming to you. That is a gift.

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You know, when you think about an ESA and that's another thing that's important also, I think, from just studying the name aloha is to think about the different types of gifts. Because a lot of times, all we really can give a person is something or we think of in terms when we think of gifts, we're thinking with something material, something you can wrap in a box and put some gift wrapping paper around and above. But think about think about the, the piece you experience at certain times a gift from illustrator, the beauty that you see in his creation as a gift from the last Pantheon. The sometimes you hear that just the recitation of the Koran it's it's a gift from a lost paradise

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in those impossibilities,

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right the abilities to do those things, your faculties themselves, your atom all of this is a gift. All of these are gifts from Allah subhana wa tada and Wahab

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na Allah azza wa jal

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a Allah gel says lillahi Maluku Sana it will Oh yes, Luca Masha, Yahoo. Yahoo Lima Yasha in Essen we are Habu Li mania shot with the cool oh, he's always on the crown and we know that was a key Man in the Moon, Cadiz, man.

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Yeah, just got you got

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the dominion of the heavens and the earth. He creates whatever he wills. He grants grants grants here. Yeah, but he gifts, okay, now.

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He grants to whomever He wills. And he grant funds to whoever he was meaning that there is some people who only have daughters, other people who only have sons, man.

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He combines them together males and females, right. So for some people, they have both sons and daughters. And he makes

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with without children, barren, right. So there is some, some women whom Allah subhana wa tada out of his infinite wisdom and knowledge in the who Eileen, out of his infinite wisdom and knowledge does not allow them to have children.

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Who and that's also important to understand here who I lean on,

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that, that those whom Allah Subhana Allah prevents us from having children,

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though it is is, is a natural

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desire for most women, to want to have children.

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And they may be depressed when they cannot have children. And they should do whatever they can. I think that is legal and not illicit to have children, if that's what they desire. But if they don't, then they should remember that alausa honeymoon, kadeer, he is the one that can give them that ability to have children if he wills and if he does not, then know that it is from his knowledge that he has prevented and how many people Subhanallah the children have been the cause of great weight stress in a life. Perhaps

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the children were the cause of the death they were killed by their children for their inheritance and for otherwise. A loss of data may prevent a person from having children out of his infinite wisdom and my power and ability now she raised me to alarm despite my old age.

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Gain

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Yabba Lee gifted me

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type so Who said that? Ibrahim, Ibrahim

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answers prayers.

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Father, for

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those who know that a law is our path will give gifts to others gift seeking to give gifts to others. The prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam said to her do to have boo, if you give gifts to one another, you will you will grow in love, you will love one another.

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Now, how did this happen?

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So, remember, I mean remember that Allah Allah

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and

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he is the one who gives gifts in emulate that is from the Sunnah of our Prophet, it is selective sin, that we give gifts to one another. And it may be something that is not even that significant. But it shows what

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shows that the person was thinking about you, it shows that the person cares about you, right? And so just that sooner reviving that sooner of giving gifts to one another is very important. It's very important, something that we do. And when it comes to some hella because they're even. There's like filk, to giving gifts by the way. And

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I want to ask you,

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with a show of hands, everybody, you close your eyes, so nobody sees anybody. Show of hands, how many of you have a favorite child,

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don't worry the cameras, not only

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you close your eyes.

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Alright, even if you do, you cannot give your children gifts. You can't give a child a gift and not give the rest. Equally.

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gift giving has to be equal amongst the children. Now.

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Some people misunderstand that.

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So there are things that the child may need, that's not a gift. So one child may need something that the other so that you might have a child that's in college, that child needs $20,000 for tuition, and you have another child that's in kindergarten doesn't mean that, oh, because I gave this 120 1000 for tuition. And I have to give this child in kindergarten $20,000 No, doesn't mean these are the we're talking about those are needs we're talking about just simply giving gifts, which is also good to do with your children to give them gifts. But the practice of law he was selling would not witness the gift that but she if the father of man tried to give to him, because the process I

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saw him set up couldn't learn

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oladipo could lower IQ what mithila had, did you gift all of them like this? And he said no the promissory sounds of any that overlap to sheet any of nilesh headwall as

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a joke, I will not witness something that is unjust.

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Now

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you seeking nothing in return, okay, where do we get that from? If you know that allows al Wahab Why would you give seeking nothing in return?

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Right. Not not just nothing in return from that person, nothing in return from the laws creation.

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I gotcha. But what I'm saying is sometimes you may give a gift to one person right? Because you want somebody related to them.

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To recognize you for that or whatever the case may be, the point is to give seeking nothing in return from this dunya

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Alright, but where does that come from? How did we benefit that from knowing the name of Allah?

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Because Allah azza wa jal gives one and nothing in return. And we should try to emulate those attributes of a loss of Hamilton.

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I don't know.

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Heather, Lisa, had to cut m&s.

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Can m&s Yeah. And he called after they gave what they gave in the middle

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to a more commonly what we feed you for the foot of seeking the face of Allah land only the men come to them with a quota We don't want any reward from you or gratitude thanks now let's finish this so we can pray inshallah that Salah, so we will hold everybody

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will show gratitude

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because once they once they remember that a loss

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and they keep this on their minds, then they're going to be constant in recognizing the loss pans out as gifts upon them and they recognize that everything that they have

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is from a loss of power to Allah and not just the material things again, the guidance you know, think about the prophet Isaiah solides was sent in Eliza Jill said lm get you to kill your team and for our watch a decade he then what was it a ball and for her there was a deca Elan for oven

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okay he say found what I for destitute wasn't it? And he did what

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made you rich? Okay. Okay. The promise I sell him his Vina his richness was in his hand.

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Oh my God alone China and when he entered upon the prophets, I send them any any solid, the marks in his body from what

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from sleeping on a mat that wasn't a matter of kings. And now, he didn't have a whole lot of wealth that he owned.

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Allah Allah made him rich with what he met with a man with guidance, and gave him and made him content. And so one of the greatest gifts of Allah subhanho wa Taala is the inheritance that the prophet SAW someone left behind and has knowledge.

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The profits didn't leave behind the now and what I did with them and they didn't lead buying gold and silver. Well, I can work with you, Elaine. They left knowledge is inheritance from an effort to behalf of a b husband, wife, it's so whatever grabs a hold on to that, then he has gained a whole lot. And so trying to increase in knowledge is one of the ways that you show gratitude to the last minute Allah for his gifts, and it's one of the greatest gifts, that knowledge itself knowledge of Islam, knowledge of the Sunnah of our Prophet alayhi salaatu senate and showing that gratitude means that you use the gifts that ultramarathoner has given you in a manner that is pleasing to Him, that

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for his disobedience, and those you know that I will have a boy.

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And that's because they will recognize that whatever good they have, it is not from themselves, that it is from our head. So no matter if somebody tries to say, oh, how good you are about this, and you don't say, you know, I worked really hard for this degree. I worked really hard to be you know, to have this career. Eliza Joe Lee will have it. And he had to say he's the one that gave it to you. He's the one who gifted it to you, and you don't have any reason to be conceited or to praise yourself. It's all a gift from Allah subhanho wa Taala will cover the rest which is based on this Divine Name. And working with your partner will cover that after salaat in the nightside. Right now

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the data is going to be called we'll follow that with a shot and then we'll continue after the Select low it was a lot of subtle about it. And then Amina Mohammed