Ramadan 2018 – 07 – The Fear of Shirk

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Shaykh Tahir Wyatt in Masjid Nabawi (Madinah) | Ramadan 2018 Series

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The only

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time the author says chapter

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schinoussa Marina de la

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Pasha

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Pasha, Mohammed Abu Saleh Ali wa

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sallam ancestry will be among the Nyoman team. And the title that we're going to cover today shala is the fear of shift, meaning that the practitioner of until he also feel fears falling into its opposite, which is shift. So what we've covered thus far is the obligation of singling out Allah subhana wa, Jaya and worship, we have also covered the obligation or we've covered the fact that the message of the messengers from the beginning to the end, centered around the worship of Allah subhana wa, tada know that this is our purpose of creation, that a person who does not recognize this sneaky person with the opposite of

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a person

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needs to move on and

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do something

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better than a person and turn to Allah subhana wa Tada, and worship will definitely be subservient to something else. There's no way around that. The same way that a human being has to breathe, to stay alive, the same way that we have to have nutrition to stay alive. It is part of your being that you are going to be subservient to something. And if you're not subservient to Allah subhana wa Tada, and you're not sincere and your worship to him, then you will be worshiping something else. And that is without exception. So we've covered these aspects of tau e, which is singling out Allah Subhana, WA Tada. And that which is specific to him, and that this book that we're dealing with

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deals specifically with areas of worship of Allah, the first chapter after covering those things, and the reward for those who excel until he, the first chapter that we cover, is fearing a ship,

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fearing that one falls into the greatest of all sins, which is to worship other than Allah subhana wa whatapp fight

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before we actually get into the evidence, because we're going to cover two eyes today. And two, how many of the statements of our profit idea side was sent out? Before we covered this? It's important for us to know what exactly is it that we're being afraid of? And what is being afraid? Why are we afraid? Our profit is, like I said, I was asked by somebody last time, when he mentioned when the iron is arrived was revealed. One of the leading a tournament, so for

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those who give, what they give, meaning, they give charity, and they do other deeds for our lost parents at home. But they still have some fear in their hearts.

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So long

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as the promise of life, some of them are they don't also along with the 50s that they do, they also fornicating and they also drink. And they also do major sins at the profit. So it was set at 7am. And to Cynthia, no daughter of the city. Now, these are not the people that we're talking about. We're talking about those when they get still have the fear because they don't know whether that deed has been accepted by loss of capital to it or not. And this is the fear of the believers. Our Prophet is selected to sit at

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did not assume or take for granted. The fact that he was guided and for this reason, the process of light was used to make this dry right and he taught us to make this dry. Yeah, we'll put the Maluku the reality alternative the hearts make my heart burns on your the gavel suddenly comes blue suddenly

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alumina, and aquatic alternative the arts turn our hearts to your obedience. The Prophet is like the Sudan himself used to make this dry. In fact, in some of the narrations, and sell them out all the time and the mother of the believers, she said that this was the new ad that she used to hear the prophets of light are some of the most. And so no one should just take for granted. The fact that a lot of data has guided them to Islam has shown them the right path has taken them away from the worship of other than Him, no one should take for granted that they are going to remain on that path forever. A person has to fear that they will fall into its opposite, which is a shame. And shame is

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defined as such, it is self shaming and facade.

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That is that you divert something that is the so right of a loss of habitat or to other than a lot, something that is solely his right to other than Allah. Now, for those of you who have who have been at previous lessons that you'll hear, for example, we talked about, and if we're going to discuss it again, today,

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we talked about showing off as being a form of shirt.

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Right? Okay, I want you to put on your thinking caps, and I want you for thinking cookies or whatever. And I want you to think, why is it? What is it about showing off?

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Doing something so that you can be praised by people? Essentially?

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What is it about that, that you now have diverted from the rights of a to other than Allah?

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Somebody?

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What is it about showing off?

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That now, you've the burden something from the right of a loss with no damage other than Allah, but something that is specific to Allah? And then you've diverted that to other than Allah. Okay.

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So the answer is this,

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who has the sole power to reward you on the day of just the last panel attack. So a person who is seeking to be praised,

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even though he's not going to openly declared disbelief,

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he still has something inside of him that has turned his heart to looking for the reward from other than a loss of power jack, though Allah has the right to be singled out as the one from whom we want our reward for those things that are of religious devotional nature. Now, if it's something about going to work, right, you go to work every, you know, every day, you want to be compensated for that. There's nothing wrong with that. There's nothing wrong with getting a reward for that, because this is not something that is specifically a an act of religious devotion. All right. So if you wanted to break that definition down, and to make it very easy, you could say that shirt is the

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worship of other than a bar. That's a, a more practical definition for what we're dealing with. That shirt is the worship of other than that, but the reason why we went through that mental exercise, and to look for example, at the linguistic or lexical definition of shirt, which means to equate something with something else, or to associate something with something else towards mix something with something else.

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So in quite some things, or associate all of that is from the lexical definition or the dictionary definition of a shoe.

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So we look at it from that perspective, a person who is worshiping other than a loss of habitat, it

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only does so because they are equating something else with a lot

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with one of us paradise powers with one of the last panel divers rights, they believe that this thing that they are worshipping, has the ability to do what Allah subhana wa tada does with it, but only Allah stands out it can do. And so this is why it is for sure.

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To break it down just a little bit further, before we go into the actual

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text.

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I want you to consider this. And this is a statement by even a more long time

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where he talks about because this is important for us to later framework for what we're about to say

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that idols because anything worship besides a loss of data, we can call it in either direction, or we can call it a false DNC or something like that.

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So everyone claim it, more luck.

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explains that aisles are that simply graven images. So many times we think of idols, you think of something that somebody built out of concrete or wood or something like this. And then is worshipped besides the loss of habitat. And so it's called an AI. This is one form of AI,

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that is statues or graven images.

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But there are also idols within the heart.

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And just as the prophets I named him was Salatu was Salam came to destroy

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the idols, that is the graven images that are worshipped besides the loss of habitat, and they also came to destroy the idols that are within one's heart. So I'm going to read something I don't know how you said, which is not the norm for these types of lessons. But because of the power of what is said here. It's, it's critical, because many of us just think that will never commission but that will never fall into that I'm a Muslim, only worship Allah. And don't realize that sometimes some analog, we find ourselves in front of idols that needs to be destroyed, that needs to be broken, but because we don't even recognize them, we don't need to destroy them, so they don't play him anymore.

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Well, China says that until he knew what to bury, however, to rock death, that Tony eat, that is the worship of a lush towns app, and submitting to your lusts. And submitting to your desires are polar opposites.

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One does not exist, with the other in totality, they are opposites, they contradict one another, if you are a worship all the last panel is Adam, you are not one with the same time submits to his desires and follow his loss.

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He says because

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your desires, your lonely desires, your lusts are in fact an idol. They are an idol.

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And every servant of Allah subhanho wa Taala, every human being has an idol in his heart, that is proportionate to the degree of POA that he has within his heart.

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Everybody has an idol.

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Everybody meeting you and me and everybody else has an idol in his own heart, that is proportionate to the degree of his desire. And his lust. And desire here does not just be a sexual desire, it's not just talking about that, that desire to be the crate craving is a better word,

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the craving that one may have for Well, the craving that one may have for status, the craving, that one may have to be recognized.

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You can have that and have pure joy.

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Well in demand alone, because we'll have slammy, when you meditate, you want the electrical

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panel jack has sent the messengers to destroy BIOS, so that he be worshipped alone, without partners. And, and when we say a loss and all of the messages with that night just for having an idea, so I can select. And this is a truth that rings true, even in the distorting texts of the books that remain with us today.

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Even Jews, and even the early Christians

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would recognize and have recognized that the primary message of all of the messages of God has been one thing and that is so that I love you worship alone.

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Even Jews till today say this, and even many Christians who have not been

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totally affected by the teachings that are outside of what they call the Bible. Even they recognize that this was the primary function of all of the Hebrew prophets, which I mentioned in the Bible.

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So this was the message of the messages that we've covered that I will offer the back and as we call neomycin masuleh and fo de la was a problem. So we said to every oma a messengers proclaiming worship Allah and shuns the province.

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So he goes on to say about

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it is not that Allah subhana wa tada sent them to destroy us. It was not that he sent them to destroy

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Boy, the graven images, those idols, that is the tangible items, while leaving the idols that are within the heart.

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He says, Belen, Milan, castle him in a heartbeat of Berlin. In fact,

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it is his intention that the idols of the heart be destroyed first.

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Because of those idols are destroyed, you will not find someone

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actually worshipping an outside external worship of any type of it. He says, and reflect over the statement of Anthony, who was

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at a salon, and two of the profits were referred to as colorable law.

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Those two profits were even on a man, our Prophet Mohammed that his salon

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he says ponder over the statement, Mr. Heyman, he came to his people, he said to them, and he saw them, you know, being devout to their idols. He said, The Internet

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people. He said, What are these idols

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that you are being so devout to? He said before?

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Because we're in the month of Ramadan, that word he funa.

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But what does that sound like something you do on Ramadan last 10 days. But anyway,

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he kept, he kept it from the same root path of violence, shame, that is he stays with that thing for a extended period of time. He's devout to lead the machine that he stays with. So someone who was making air to cat is staying in a particular place for the purpose of devotion.

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That is where he can so he says to, to his people, that He

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is worthy items that you are now devoting yourself to.

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He says, reflect over the statement

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and see how it corresponds exactly. With the items that are within one's heart.

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The idols that one's heart is inclined to and that he prayed for. Well, yeah, he and he is devout to and worships, besides or along with the loss pedal.

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So when we think about just the end of medieval times, about Adam, and I think it's profound, I think it's profound that they get something that we need to consider often that we purify our hearts

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impermissible desires

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are those cravings, which take us away from the worship of Allah, Adam with that, and everybody has the freedom and that's your personal jihad. That's your struggle that you have to do to repress those feelings so that your worship remains for Allah and Allah subhana wa tada alone. So the believer the believer and this is what we're going to cover in this chapter in the in the two eyes and the two hugging that we cover inshallah, the believer fears for himself, that he will fall into that great sin of worshipping other than Allah subhana wa

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Taala a lot

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older than academia shut up I am

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showing you the route is not forgive the grave sin option. But if anything messes with that as he pleases that was a good translation cycle. Okay, like he said anything lesser than that. Is there anything greater this shift?

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Let's go back over this guy. And then I'm gonna ask the question again.

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Allah subhana wa tada says, a law does not forgive should Okay, he does not forgive.

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And what do we say shift is

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I ever say anything.

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Right to divert something that is solely a loss, right? Or something that is specific to a lot to divert that to other than a large panel chat. And we said maybe we could summarize that, for our purposes is to worship rather than Allah. So Allah does not forgive she

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will feel mad tuna daddy

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But he forgives that which is less than shirt for only He wills. Okay? So if someone would have missed a major sin,

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someone commits a major sin, someone kills somebody, can they be forgiven by those that even if they don't, even if they don't repent?

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Even if they don't repent according to this, I guess

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if someone

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if someone is rebellious to their parents

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and unduly for can they be forgiven,

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even if they don't repent, even if they don't repent, this is what our data is telling us. And this is not that they will not that they will be forgiven, but that they can be that they are under what is known as tak mushiya that they are subject to a loss of handle, which is will, if Allah wills He forgives them. And if he does not, that he will not forgive them.

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And don't there's a lot of things that are related to that, then well beyond the scope of what we want to cover today is how long because the purpose is to understand the gravity of that is that if a person does not repent, from worshiping other than a loss,

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that they will not be forgiven by Allah does not forgive, this is what he tells us in a lot. There's not a lot of stuff going on like Peter, who is more true to a speech than Allah.

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So Allah says that this person will not be forgiven way of doing it, that is good, he may get shot, and he forgives that which is Leicestershire, for whom He wills. Okay.

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Is there anything right in this shirt that allows Canada will not forgive? Obviously, with the weight of the ship? He won't forgive anything, right?

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Like what about.

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And it's true for the same ship.

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Like

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the majority of the people of knowledge hold that there's a difference between opening and shift.

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And that every Cafe is a form of ship. But that I find that every ship is a form of conflict, but not vice versa. But not vice versa.

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In any event, again, as we stopped up, wrote out the initial data, maybe at another point we can deal with it. Here, what we want what the author wants us to understand.

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But it's the title of the chapter that we're covering theory should that every believer that every practitioner of until he, every Muslim, should fear falling into that great sense of shame. And why is that? Because Allah subhanho wa Taala does not forgive it does not forgive?

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How do we understand that? In light of the statement of Allah subhana wa tada

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Yeah, you bet the Medina, a saltwater go see him. Let him let him Allah yo que

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se my service who have transgressed against themselves

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lads in there, not despair from a loved person, indeed, a love forgives all sins. So a lot told us in the brand, he forgives all sins, and also told us in the pride that he doesn't forgive ship.

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So how do we understand that and we know that a lot of data does not contradict himself

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can

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directly reflect over the head of it from other than a law they would have found in so many contradicting statements. So your loss paradigm does not contradict himself, and he always tells the truth. And the one eye he says he doesn't forgive. And the other is he says he forgives all sins. How do we understand that?

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In the AI that is talking about a lot of this not for you.

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That is dealing with the one who is not repenting and who has died in that state. So the one dies as a pusher, meaning they die worshiping other than Allah subhana wa Tada. He does not he is not forgiven is a bowl is the Hellfire

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whereas the ones die without having also without having them

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toe but they did not turn to a loss of neutrality and repentance. And they died upon some major sense. They have subjected themselves to a loss of a without his punishment. But they may be forgiven and they may not

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be other is gay by the Alinea SF YWCA of Latin America, don't despair for the last person in the lives of young people

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in the horrors of war, right?

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Indeed, a law forgives all sins, He is the forgiver he is the merciful. And then Allah says what anybody does.

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So turn to Allah that is turned to him in repentance and submit to Him. So the one who turns to us

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every pension and submits tips and penalties against everything. And if we say that a loss of habitat it does not forgive shut, even after a person has repented, and none of the Sahaba would have been forgiven, but the majority

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he was a Muslim, he was a he was a Muslim,

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used to make his own statues, the worst,

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comes out of openness just to his name. And he became one of the greatest men after the prophets. That is the greatest fan of the history of mankind.

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And one of the most virtuous people in the history of mankind, after the prophets and ask them what kind of cities

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are they allowed to. But at one point, he was a machine

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with a loss of panic, but he turned to a loss of habitat, and he submitted to a loss manager. And so I must have accepted his repentance.

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So allies will tell forgives all sins for those who repent to him. And that is what that I just sort of assumed was talking about

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in the lie have to do with me, and there are a lot of forgives all sins, as to the eye that we're covering today, which is the eye in selective dissent says that a lot does not forgive shift is talking about the one who dies in that state. So this, because of this, he calls a believer to be extremely fearful of shift.

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And to go a step further. But those of you who have studied a little bit of the Arabic language

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a lot fantana says here and even if you haven't studied at the family level, go for it enough that you can understand the gist in the line that you're at

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and use Raka

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Muslim All right. So, what it means here in the lighter leg, yup, you can be alarmed does not forgive any shirt.

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He does not begin any shirt, any association to partner with him.

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Allah does not forgive

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any association apart. Okay?

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We know that even from a categorical standpoint, that is to break things down into categories, we have what is known as major shirt

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and minor.

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Right? So when we say major shirt, we're talking about

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actually worshipping other than Allah Subhana which add, praying to other than Allah calling upon other than Allah fearing someone the way that you should only fear Allah hoping in something the way that you should only hope and Allah, okay, all of that is shared export for major form of shift. That is the form of shift that takes one outside of the folder.

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That's number one. Another thing about major form of shift is that if someone commits the major form of ship,

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all of his deeds are erased.

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A lot of heavy mining back end capital, if they made sure that all of their previous sense excuse that all of their previous deeds are erased.

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So the danger of that form of shipping is there's nothing like it and it's like

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that is a minor form of shipping.

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And the minor form of shirt. Many of this God is like he never know that it will alone.

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He said that it is everything that is called shear

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In the source texts of Islam, that is prior to shipping, everything that is referred to as shared, but has not reached that level of major ship that doesn't take someone outside the fold of Islam, it's not going to erase all of the good deeds, however, it may erase, it may be race, or takes away the report or nullify the DEA in which it was committed.

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So we talked about showing off as being a minor form of sugar, for example. Why because the proper size on how they should and we're going to cover in the next in the process of college. But it doesn't take one outside of the fold of the same, but it's still considered to be checked. Okay.

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Does it erase or invalidated? All of the needs that one has done prior to it? No. But that D itself? Yes. So let me give you a tip.

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If someone stands up to pray,

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they begin their prayer with the intention of being praised by someone.

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Maybe it's a teenager, he's young, he still doesn't have his head on straight.

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And he

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realizes that the father of a girl that he wants to marry in the future is in the midst.

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And he says I need to get on his good side for now.

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He should see how

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how, you know, attentive by my prayers,

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I may even shed a few tears for him.

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So he stands up to pray.

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that follows him data that is that the was the catalyst, but that's not what's pushing him to pray. But he wants to pray to impress someone

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is that prayer.

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So

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that prayer is bound to

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it, it is rejected. It is null and void. And if it was

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an obligatory prayer, it has to be great again. Because that wasn't prayed for last Palatine.

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Same thing if a person begins his prayers, for a loss of power, and then notices someone close to him that he wants to impress. And so the remainder of his prayer is for that person that prayer is also invaluable.

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It has to be great again, if it is a land of prayer, that isn't obligatory Salah

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so as he never know you like him alone, tattoo mentions this is a this is a minor shirt because it's called shirt in the text. But it doesn't take one outside of the fold of this man. Similar to that is the statement of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and hell of a related name.

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Whoever swears by other than Allah

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has committed to

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the Prophet It is so I was sitting

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he thought the ship

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does someone swears by other than does that swearing take them outside of the fold of Islam and the general

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admin their heart though However, they are swearing by other than the law because they can magnify whatever it is that they're swears by the same way that they magnify those memes out and they hold them in the same esteem thing, then that would take them outside of course. But that's just the statement.

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That is the statement at the top, but some people grew up and they need to break this habit. But they grow up with the habit of swearing by other than that, so they say one levy

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by the prophet, and that is hot. And that is a minor form of shift. And that cannot be done. And some people swear by you know, it is a habit of many of those who have accepted Islam who used to swear by other than the last countdown and just swear by their mothers great. I swear by this I swear by that. What is the purpose of what what are they trying to do? They want to emphasize the speech. They want to emphasize the truthfulness of what they're saying. And so they're swayed by something that they hold in high esteem to show that person that I wouldn't be swearing by

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this object person or whatever it is. If I was being untrue, this is the whole purpose. And so they're showing this theme that they have for the thing but that that they hold that object that they are swears by it the same esteem that they own the last panel tattoo so in that case, it would be a minor warm up a shoe. Okay, why is this shirt in the first place though? Why is it called shipped in the first place? Because that type of glorification is the specific

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Right have a loss of power to add alone.

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Once we diverted to other than Allah, then we have left to leave, which is to single out something. So we had to say, Well, we've left off singling out a lot. And we've diverted that

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to other than a loss of autonomy. That is why this call should you should understand this terminology should get to eat because it comes into your eye and then the sooner rather than later select the scenario and it was mentioned by this habit. And it's not just something as some people say that oh, this is just what they talk about in Saudi Arabia or even taking the or something like that in the book of your Lord subhana wa tada in the La la unfill.

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A lot this map, but you

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will feel mizuna that he can be making a shadow. And that which is the level that that which is less than ship is forgiven. All right. Let's get back to our point here, which is shift is to category major mind. A law says he doesn't forgive ship.

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Does that mean that a law doesn't forgive? minor should?

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Does that mean that if someone dies without having repented, from showing off from swearing by other than Allah from seeking to be praised by people

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and other forms of minor? Shouldn't

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they have a propensity for? Does that mean that a lot is not forgiveness?

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According

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according there's a difference of opinion on loss of status. According to the way we would deal with this linguistically Yes, it means that means a lot will not forgive

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the fact that a loss of hair was either the snap forgive them,

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does that mean therefore that they must be punished? No.

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Doesn't mean because the person may have enough good deeds

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that will outweigh the bad, but it means that a lost power data does not forgive them, you just have he got it, he will be held to account for it.

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At the same time, they'll be held to account for it if he does not repent, he will not that he might be he will be held to account but that does not mean necessarily in the case of buying a shirt that that person will be punished because he may have enough good deeds to outweigh that particular ban. And this is what this guy was saying even at Best Buy a lot of your hot little data and when he said that the murderer someone murders another Muslim intentionally will not be forgiven by a lot

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means they will be held accountable for that sin not that he necessarily will be punished in the fire and the last panel data knows best and even attributing destigmatise best needs

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and it needs to be reviewed because the there are multiple narrations or even at best in this particular subject like

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next

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column was simply put on hold on tala row column in a salon. But you know many

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don't tell them to save the lameness you're putting in and Ebrahim the karela said around protecting me and my children for worshipping idols. Yeah, yeah. So here we have what it is select the sin that

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he starts off starts the day by saying Papa john

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M.

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O Allah, make this land safe, make this land secure. And he Brian has made the draft for what land

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which he talked about like this land dirt. He's talking about Mexico. He's asking the Lord to make like a safe and secure our Prophet Isaiah so after Sudan when he came to Medina, he asked Allah subhana wa tada to make Medina safe and secure you need to do it but I emailed me and asked that Allah stands out to put twice the blessing in Medina, as you did in Mexico.

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So probably by hand by inside of Sudan, Padilla.

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He says, what he knew when he was here, and not with us now,

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the second the second part of his lie, and

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keep me and my progeny away from worshipping it.

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Hello, now, if you were with us in the last lesson or the one before that,

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we covered the statement

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he brought a lot of data about you, but

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because he is the example for the people of Chile

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in May, he brought he my can, I hope

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he was an omen. And we said that oh my meant that he was a good one, that he was a, a role model was an example. For the people. He was at the forefront of doing good deeds. He was an Omar Khan, he tended to that. He was devout in his worship of Allah subhana wa, Tada. Had he been.

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And that in that year, compare the fact that he was heading to what we're about to study right now.

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But while he was heading, that meant what that meant that he turned to Allah had he was was someone who turns to Allah, and turns his back on everything else. And there's nothing like a loss of habitat. And he is unique in the same set of attributes. So if you turn to a loss to you, you're not turning to anything else. There's nothing else there. But

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here's the last panel with Tyler fearless, he has the words. So when you turn to a loss to Tyler, you're turning to Him alone, there's nothing else and you turn your back on everything else that is on

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the one turn. So a lot, I know they translate this monotheist, but a lot of times you have to grasp these concepts and not just put, you know, pretty translations or convenient, convenient translations on it.

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And then he said what,

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and he was banned from amongst those who committed ships with a lot of like, we have these characteristics of evil.

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And then we have a coming here making this to our watches.

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And now for the last night

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and save me, protect me, keep me and my progeny from from worshipping items

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come up benefits, here's

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a drive for who first himself of his children

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himself, cool and possible, legal now save yourselves and your families from the fire.

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Right? This is this is important. And when you make your ad, this is the etiquettes even though in English, we always start with the other person and then come back to ourselves from the etiquettes of Islam when it comes to realize that you recognize your need of Allah stands out for anybody else.

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And

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you are the ones who need a lot below.

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Allah is rich, he is self sufficient. He needs nothing and he is depressed or these panic attacks. So we are we are in need of a licensure. So if you're going to make do it for yourself and someone else that you may go out for yourself first and then but it is permissible just to make glad for someone else. You can say happy the Columbia Law protect Columbia Law guy can you divine guidance and things like this? There's no problem with saying that. But if you are going to lose yourself as a doula, then you should put yourself first and then watch a new way he would

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save me protect me keep me and my progeny away from worshipping Bible.

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Like

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how it does this particular drive that Abraham makes? How does that relate to the chapter heading that we're covering, which is fear and choose?

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What's the connection? And what's the correlation between the two?

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The correlation is that if Ebrahim is

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the one who destroys his peoples is

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the one who debating is

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about the oneness of Allah subhana wa tada and it's right to be worshipped alone.

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And now he has been put his own father, the one who was thrown into a fire in this life

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as a result of him, you know, destroying those items

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that he may have of the NFL, and the leader of all of those who are hiding

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all of those who turns on if he is making this too high

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for himself, that a lot keep him away from the worship of idols, that we

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should also be making that for ourselves and for our children, for our family members because we have no guarantee and this is what we get

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This is what we understand from this drive, that he did not understand that he had any guarantee from Allah subhana wa tada

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that he and his progeny would not go back to the worship of idols. So because this is the greatest sin,

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it is something that we need to make dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala to protect us from

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and there is a law

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that is narrated, that the Prophet is allowed to sit and talk devil bucket as a dealer for a long time. And even if there is a

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is some

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reservation about the authenticity of the hugging many of the stars, having said that, it is a fair i think that it is

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and the meaning of it is definitely a good thing. And when it comes to drag, you don't have to just stick to what has been offensively reported from the profit It is so not to say you can make that is an outside of the of the profit it is. So sticking to the prophetic law is definitely preferred. In any event, this too is approximately self taught to me bucket of disease, a lot of money out of the reach, and unfortunately could be here

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for a stockbroker

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memorize this throughout right now, the love mania will be good oh surely could be

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the prophecy someone told him to say Oh Allah, I seek refuge in You, from associating partners with you. And I know from associated partners with you knowing,

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Oh Allah, I seek refuge in You, from knowingly associating partners with you got that part or launching refuge with You. I seek refuge in You from knowingly associating partners with a lot weaker and weaker.

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And then the last part of the two eyes was cell fuel.

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And I seek your forgiveness for that which I do not know. And I seek your forgiveness for that which I do not know. I see what you teach you from committing to knowing and I seek your forgiveness but that which I do not know, in the same, the proper that is represented in a radical hopeful

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collected by one party in another. In the same study, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam described shift in this oma as subtle as the meaning. And the subtle is the crawling of an ant.

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So

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that is why you seek refuge in a law from what you don't know what's gonna excuse me that you seek a las pantallas forgiveness for that what you don't know don't know. Because sometimes a person may have a degree of inclination to other than Allah subhana wa tada and some of his actions without even really even realizing, without even really realizing. So he does something to please a lot of data, but there's something really

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trying to impress someone, and he doesn't even realize that he's done. So you should memorize this drive. And you're frequently especially because the problem is like someone told it to.

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You told it to the best of his own level, but there are a lot of tags. And that's why again, there's a lot of money out there. And no speaker because when Adam was stopped, you can be mad at Allah, I seek refuge in knowingly committing committing ships with you. And I seek your forgiveness for that which I do not know.

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goes on to say, I think the idea

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of a lump sum and

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the radius fee I have for you is mine the ship, he was asked about what the minus shipping is he will provide a return to show up

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by just having those collected by Ackman about it and and being happy. And there's a difference of opinion about the authenticity of this particular ad.

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In terms of the the wording that is in this hoodie, but there are other narrations which support it so that had the initial well down at least is the lady Danny and said Lisa fair, how do you do to the other narrations?

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The Prophet is it was Sam says the wording that we have in front of us up on April. That's

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the thing that I hear most of you and what's the process of talking to a getting stopped? I mean, you he's talking to the Sahaba

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the greatest generation, obviously they addressed to the Sahaba isn't addressed to the the rest of the Ummah, those who come after them, but you have to think about this picture holds the profit. So vital setup is addressing.

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He's addressing those people who witness the revelation.

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He's addressing the people prayed behind them.

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Today, we have those three nights on the prophesize on a break,

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to the point that they fear that the budget will come in and they wouldn't be able to eat support. I mean, the products I sell them is talking to the best of all generations. And he says to them, the thing that I feel for you are most is a shift of

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mindset minor. Surely.

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This is what approximately some of the most.

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In fact, there's some other narrations besides this one. He says more than I fear for you as receiving the debt.

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Even though the private is that I personally taught us to seek refuge from the mercy had the jail how many times a day,

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at least five times a day, because you're supposed to make that do it at the end of every song, before you can test me

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even more than the promised like some fear about mercy, homework, he feel the shift to

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that minor form of shooting, they said, Oh, I see that a lot. What is this a

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minor shift. This was not a terminology that they weren't familiar with, prior to the promise of money was set up saying that the promise of lie was subset of the

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RPF

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showing off showing.

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And this is something that

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you know, as true believers in a lot of our data,

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we have to be extremely careful of this.

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React.

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Because it is important.

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It is it does contain in it

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some degree of debt which should be solely for loss per dollar from your heart, looking for other than a lot, I saw a billboard. And it's scary. It's scary that we know they're heading to the profit on a selection sedan that the first of the people will be who will be used as fuel for the fire.

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Or those who

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also were showing off. They've dedicated their lives to something one of them dedicated his life to the recitation of Brian the other dedicated his life to to charity, charitable causes, the other dedicated his life to defending the religion of combat.

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And when they come before last hands out, it will be sent to them.

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What did you do any sound where I recited the Brian for your sake, oh, love

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your life. You recited the brass so that the people can say you made a nice recitation. And it was said

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and he'll be dragged on his face in the fire.

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Because his knee that deep, which should have been solid for last countdown, and that recitation of the prior there was done rather than the lies.

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And it didn't avail him anything. It didn't bring him in that the fact that he dedicated his whole life to that and perhaps learned this, y'all actually learned how to recite beautifully and he practiced, and he memorized what he said his day at night. And now he comes for the people and tada, we ended the people by end of a crime, and the people behind him are benefiting. He's not benefiting anything.

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Because it wasn't for them.

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And this is why the prophets like Selim feared this type of [???]post. But this or not, that he feared that we will be over that later comes down the line, and will worship statues and idols even though we love those that are almost not free of them.

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We still have people that say that they are Muslims,

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still go to graves and worship freeze included the grave of Allah, Allahu Sadat, that still happens in this part.

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But that wasn't the thing that the province Alliance on fear Muslims. And when I learned how ganic the majority of the Muslims, the majority of the Muslims, that

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they want to worship the last panel data alone.

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They don't spend their days and nights, you know, fasting and praying, except that they're trying to seek the last panel to add his face. And I'm doing it for some other team.

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And this is why we talked about from the very beginning of this lesson. We're not playing by Ebola Talib referred to as the idols of the heart. Those are the ones that still have to be destroyed.

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These are the ones that the Prophet is like the cylinders referring to here. When he says it should have been

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well then minor form of should we have to be extremely careful.

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We have to be extremely careful of that minor form of shouldn't be quite

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just just another side

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and that is that with the

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The ubiquitous use of social media.

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Many Muslims have fallen victim to a different form of showing up.

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That just wasn't available to the nations that have over the generations that have passed.

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And since we're on the topic that many of you are here to make Oprah

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you know that at the beginning drop us a lot he was when he made his hedge. In other words, when assuming in the province I sent him sent along the hat get in there. Yeah.

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What else? Am I probably upset? Oh, Allah, a hatch that has no react. And what do we just say react? I simply show a showing off from the word phobia. Which means to see something

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right in the verb.

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Okay, to see some, some bad sounds like what

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semia to hear. So a person so the process some says, oh, a lot, I had me asking the love for them.

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Or ask me the last Metallica lesson but that has that has no ostentatious and no Summa meaning that you're not doing it to be heard. What did that mean? We say seeking the reputation. I'm not doing this because I want a reputation. Usually, React happens during the action. Right? That is a person is doing it as he's doing it to show off. Whereas someone or the reputation would come afterwards. So he would come and talk about something good, that he has done so that others could Yes. So that others could feel for a reputation.

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But now, now with social media, when

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it really is painful, actually, to see people walking around the Kaaba with their phones like this.

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Walking around the car.

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Making

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a hazard?

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Hopefully, he has a smile again. Is this for the camera was for last time?

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What do you

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beyond the fact that this person is totally distracting everyone else. And that is moving because of the fact that he has his hands, it's taken up for him, you know his own spot, mess it up everything. But on top of that expressing of his own worst, or maybe it is the worst to do.

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And so, but don't just think about that person, because the last time

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it's rare that you go makes a walk out, except that you see someone doing this.

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Unfortunately, it's rare, except that you see someone with his phone out filming himself, is it the angels in that recording anyway, as of last minute data does not know that you're making too long, you actually now you have to record.

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Because if you didn't record it, then you know, it wasn't going to be recorded by the agent.

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Now, it may not be that extreme.

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It may not be that extreme with everybody.

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But just be careful with the social media. Because what happens now, the nature of social media is to what

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is to show yourself

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to let the world know what you're doing.

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And if what you're doing at that particular time is the worship of Allah. Fantastic. Then you're going to talk about something that was a beautiful night of sorrow with the heart. And everybody needed to know that right? Everybody needed to know that that's what you were doing and that you felt like it was beautiful.

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And that you cry when the email was recited everybody needed to know that it was so beautiful, why even cry.

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Now if a person is trying to encourage others to come to the city of the Prophet it is

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during Ramadan, to encourage others to make oma during Ramadan. There's other ways to do that.

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There's other ways to do this.

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You can say the city of Medina is beautiful. Don't forget that praying in the Prophet selection is 1000 times of prayer and any other message if that's what you're trying to do occur to other people. But no once it becomes about you.

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Then we had to fear this, which is what the problem is by selling fear for us.

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No

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less. How do you determine

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your age?

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submission of a loss of a loved one who sort of said, Whoever dies, other than Allah as a rival to Allah will enter the prior

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collected by the party. Whoever dies in that state, right? They die without having repented from calling upon

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other than a loss of data as a rival to Allah. Then he enters the Hellfire, and he enters the Hellfire and he will abide there in forever. Now, that's not the rest of you. This is the lesson I think the roots are very troublesome which has the meaning

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of gentlemen, but unless you have a massive amounts of absurd, whoever makes a lot, and you did not come and shoot with him in any way he

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would enter Paradise. Okay, let's start with this part of the headings, right, dear, whoever dies without having committed ship with a lost count out in spirit.

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He adds his paradise. This is similar to what we covered before when we talked about those who sell it to me. And we talked about the virtue of doing that virtue of worshipping Allah, which Allah, Allah will live, we're going to make mistakes, don't let the mistake that you that you do be worshipping other than the last chapter, where human beings were frail, we make errors. And we asked the last panel, which I don't want a consistent basis, other than Allah and Allah niconico should be called listening back to that we should be making that too I frequently as well. And at the end of every slot, not just the bottom slot, at the end of every salon, the prospects want to apply to make

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this glass. I love my ads, I like this because it offers the lens, oh, look at me, and thanking you and remembering you and thanking you and worshiping you properly you make that time.

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And we should always be making the job but at the same time we know we know that we're going to fall short is the is the nature of the human being. But if we fall short in other areas, Allah, Allah will forgive them someone doesn't forgive the ship. So whoever that agenda says in this heading to the prompts are some say that without committing any association without committing any shift without associating any partners with the Lufthansa

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agenda, he will enter Paradise. And this is similar to the statement

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guiding scholars of Islam when they say

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men to one side salons, whoever performs will know that his salon is valid. Right? Again, similar here, the answers gentleman provided that he provided that he upholds the requirements of his to leave, no one

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was committed in any way to the fire. And that is several of them as part of the heading. So Gavin is similar to the Howdy. That infamous rule on the allowable 10 annual narrative narrated the as the last panel was added to protect us to protect our privacy from the shift from idols from worshipping other than him some animal with data, we asked him to keep us firm upon until he follow adam, on some level with Southern Nevada, Amina Mohammed are any questions?

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a question about how to form the janaza prayer. And can you make your own English for the deceased, if you don't?

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Like

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probably loves to send out

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the genetic rare is for text beyond that is to say a lot less four times.

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Without at record, and without any suju you're only standing The only thing

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at the end of the fourth, technically, you're going to sell ml five. So this is what you bought. This is how you can work.

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You say a local expert raising your hands on the first one

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and putting your right hand over the left hand like you would in any other slot.

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And you start out by recycles over to the bed after the first meal.

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When you finish back, you say a marble and

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it is it is permissible to recite another short story at the back and some of the pain that but the norm was just sort of the fact that you say a loved one.

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After the second check me on you that the brother says do you raise your hand for the second?

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In my humble opinion from the study of what this Goddess has said about that? Yes, you do. Raise your hand for the second 10 below for the third or fourth one. And that's what I want to leave

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Chad Edelman used to do it is a Heidi that is narrated on the Prophet alayhi salatu. Salam

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that I believe is is a very troubling that it has happened.

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Many of the scholars have had insight into this has been shaken many a lot of people said that the hunting is not authentic. And so it was his opinion, as well as many of the early scholars as well, that you don't raise your hand after the first tech deal. And there's a difference of opinion was established. There's a lot of leeway in that it's not something that somebody can come now, you know, scold somebody for doing or for not doing that, that difference is not something that just happened yesterday, very early, honestly. Like?

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So you say a level x month. And then after the second technique, you're going to do a salon de la humio salon, the profit is a lot to the center.

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And the reason why

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you do you recite silver to fans? And the salon, people like me? And does anybody know what I mean? Besides the fact that that's the way we probably did it? Is there a hitman? What are you going to do after the third tequila? So then you're going to say along, and after the third tech era, you start doing what you're making? Do it for the deceased? Like, I just gave you a big hint. So why why are you starting off offense?

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And so I was selling when I find a profit, I think

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because that's what the etiquettes of

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Allah janessa is what is the draft for the deceased. That's what you want it that that's the objective of the genetic is that you are making drive for the one who has passed, right? But from the etiquettes of drives, one that you start out with praising Allah subhanho data, and sending Salaam Salaam upon the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and that's why the prophets of light was telling them when he heard a man making dry, without starting off with the praise of the data. He said cuz I feel that this one is hasty.

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This one is being hasty. So they so the problem is I sort of said, if one of you wants to make them, let them begin with the praise of a loss, and they can be selected to slam upon the messiness of life. So this is the best form of draft, it's more likely that you're going to be accepted.

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So the first tech deal is what what

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do you do the second tech deal and after that you do

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you send the slides by the prophet sallallahu wasallam. And then you make a third Technion, and this is when you begin making glass for the deceased. And there are a number of essays that are narrated that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would make at this particular stage.

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As for the question,

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the question of who says, This is permissible?

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And I don't know how to make an errand

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for the person who is deceased? Is it permissible for me to make do I in my language that I know?

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So two things number one, which are asking for this person, is that allows you to either give them gentlemen that have lost data and mercy upon them. And then again, there's drive that is meant to or that has been narrated that the promise of life, some say you don't know how to say any of that in Arabic,

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they say it in English, or whatever language that you know. And again, it's not

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this is not to derive that you say to yourself, when you say it, put your tongue, but it is not audible. And though I have not directly urged

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the scholars

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or seen that they have set this, the basis for

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the permissibility of making the drive other than the Arabic language is the best for many of the scholars, let's say the Institute, which is not Audible, so you can make

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in any language that you wish to remain dry in any language that you wish, which is different from the pollute of witches, which is or

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which is said out loud. And in that instance, everything that I've seen from this comments has said that it is not permissible to be in other than the Arabic language after the third, tequila, you're going to make you laugh. And then when you finish making glass with the deceased, you make a fourth tequila, you say Allahu Akbar, and then use them out to the rank by saying that

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this issue will be idle.

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That was

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Sup. So I mean, because you could be on a job and somebody praise You for the job, you've done a good job, you could be the man for them. So you can be a student, and somebody say how, you know, good you are You did a good job, what do we need to do to protect ourselves from that?

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So the question is,

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when we talk about idols of the heart, liberal claim, claim a lot of times and referred to today,

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as any other Scotland is not only Scotland.

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But when we talk about the titles of the arm,

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a person may do a good job at something. And so someone comes and praises them, for them. And maybe they start feeling a certain kind of way, maybe it's somebody who was the either he's the man with domestic show, and or he's a beautiful reciter people come in and tell him that he's a beautiful recite, or he, or he taught them something, and they're very happy about that. And they come tell him how great the teacher he is something like this.

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And, and so the question says, How do we protect ourselves?

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Loving that Prop, perhaps seeking that effort, or craving them? And so hopefully, that's part of the part The answer is that healing that is different than being in clients,

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you may do a good job. Now, if you are on your job, and your job is to your an engineer or your whatever it is that you make doing, you do a good job, and somebody praises you for that. Your job, as a base rule, is not an act of devotional worship.

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Meaning that

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if someone praises you for it, or you don't do it for a loss paradise, there's no sin.

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There's no sin, you're not doing you're fixing your mechanic and you fix somebody's car. You're not thinking about being when you're doing, you're thinking that this part needs to go there. And this is what I do as a job. There's no there's no cinnamon.

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If, however, now, you have an intention that goes along with your job, that you will be rewarded by loss of a job and for that intention. So your intention now is that you weren't in the land of non Muslims. And you're a Muslim mechanic and mechanics are known to be untrustworthy.

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mechanics are known to be shysters to, to, you know, put parts that you don't, that you don't need to take parts of others.

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But you're a Muslim. And you want to be known to be trustworthy, you want to be known.

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You want people to know you, because you're, you want to be known as an artist. So you do your work with that type of class, in your work. And you're going to fix their car, and you're going to,

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because of that attention that you have, and you want people to know, the Muslims as being honest and upright. And that's a beautiful infection and to be rewarded by last mentality. If somebody praises you for the job that you did.

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The same way that the people in the Quran were praised for or thanked for the feeling that they did. They said, What in the mandatory

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we only fetch it for the sake of Allah, we don't want to be thanked appraised. So someone praises you can say, you know, you know, thank you for noticing the good work. But I want you to know that I think this is a service to my lower

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body house.

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Because that's going to protect you. Because the tongue, oftentimes is needed to remind the heart. So sometimes you need to say, Have you ever caught yourself to say that stuff from the last night that you're not even thinking about? And then you remember, really stuck for a while? No, I really, or you might just say, some kind of last minute app, select 30 few times, and then a couple of those times, get your tongue now is reminding Your heart is saying is that a lot of really is above, you know, anything that's attributed to him that allows for that is free of imperfections.

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That he really is deserving of our glory, you understand now. So get strong is actually reminding your heart so you may get in that habit of when you are praised, that you say this is

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you know, I'm glad that you recognize, you know what I'm doing, but this is your last

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fight. How do we protect ourselves from them? by you know, the chriqui one of the main ways One of the main ways is to constantly with the prosecution,

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even when the kid had even less dense, remember much the destroyer of pleasures,

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and prop the lead that a lot of times we think of the lens that we think about

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You know, the things we like to eat, or the things we like to do, or the time that we enjoy with our families and these types of things that we think. But sometimes that praise that ones get that one gets can become a lead, they can become an enjoyment.

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So remember that which destroys our pleasures, and that's death. And that is your feeding in front of Allah, that feeding with the lust to die that standing in front of you,

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knowing that he is the one who knows all things, so when you know that Allah

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looks at your heart,

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he doesn't look at your physical being, but then he looks at your heart, and then he knows what's in your heart, guiding him. In other words, to sum it up, the more that you know, Allah subhanho wa Taala

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The less you care about any more praise about what anyone thinks about you. Because you know,

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that you have to stand in front of Allah.

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And you want his reward. You don't want there 41 people, why is it for the last trans Allah in the Quran, he

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in many instances encourages us

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with Apple and software, which means that what did you pardon people, and that you that you forgive them, that you let it go.

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He says more by

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you. He says you can take back what that person owes you, you can hold them to account to account for, but man, the law your head. But a law has this but

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the reward that you get from our last panel, China for pardoning someone is better. And so when you really have that kind of relationship with the last time that you cease to care what anyone thinks, praise you, or displays you is all the same.

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It's all the same. So to grow and your knowledge have a last chance at it to be constantly reminded of the year after and there's nothing better than that. Nothing's better than reading the book of a loss of habitat. Because these are two of the main objectives of the revelation of the rise is that we know a lot of talent, and that we believe in the hearing a lot

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about having submissive back somewhere worship, the Nigel Farage,

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there's nothing that's that is authentically narrated, that there should be any specific form of worship that is done on the night of a slob and minimize what Oh, can I tell you on this afternoon, anything ever something that was good for life or life that we're working

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on the alarm tag.

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So it's made even I don't even have to be positive and the rest of the campaigns they would have beat us to life it was something good, they would have beat us to doing it. But the fact that they didn't do anything specific. So the worst is over loss of no data on the line is a clear indication. There is nothing that is done or deadline, specific and the worst of the velocity of data will lie every night. Every night is a nine to stand. unfortunately lost. Every night is a night to seek out that last third of the night, calling upon a loss of habitat and begging him and petitioning him some handles on it to give us the best of this light in the next was all the time to panic alone.