Ramadan is a Marathon

Tahir Wyatt

Channel: Tahir Wyatt

Topics: Ramadan

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Welcome to la hora Council. This is for my gcsaa family. We ask Allah Subhana, who wants

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to bless us to reap the benefits of this month of Ramadan and to guide us to fasting his days, and praying its nights in a manner that is pleasing to Him. subhanho wa Taala brothers and sisters, as you know, you have completed the first third of the month of Ramadan and how fast it went. So panela

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like with any marathon, a lot of times a person starts out with, you know, enthusiasm, striving, he's off to the races. And then at some point, he realizes that this is a long endeavor, this is not a sprint, but it is in fact a marathon you have to conserve some energy. And what happens for many people is that they they get lethargic in these middle 10 days, if you will, no doubt the best 10 nights of Ramadan is still ahead of us. In those nights, we're going to be seeking later to cut that inshallah, but at the same time, you can't slow down too much. You don't want to fall out of the race. And so this message is to encourage you to push yourself just a little bit harder. As these

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middle 10 days come our profit it is selective as Sam said liquidity Amylin. shivah only conditional, it's in federal law, that for every action for every deed that you do, there's a time of enthusiasm. And then for all every time of enthusiam enthusiasm, there's a time when you feel lethargic, and you you know you feel like you need to fall back. It is at that point you have to push yourself just a little bit harder. So I want to remind you all to stay consistent. You've built up a consistency thus far you've been reading the Quran, you've been making thicket of Allah subhanho wa Taala you've been praying Tada, we, you've been staying on top of your daily prayers,

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praying them on time, in a manner that is beloved to Allah Subhana Allah you have to keep that up. You can't let that fall down or fall back. Our Prophet alayhi salatu salam said that the most beloved deeds to Allah subhanho wa Taala are those that are done most consistently, even if they are few. So push yourself to be consistent in what you're doing. At least keep your tongue wet with the remembrance of Allah Subhana Allah like the man when he came to the prophet SAW the light it was Sunday. And he complained, that are not complained, but he that the promise of light is on them know that, that the Sharia of Islam that there's so much to do what Just give me something comprehensive

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that I can hold on to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said to him lay is only sanlucar about benvie the key lies to keep your tongue moist with the remembers of the last fantana as we fast and our mouths are dry. keep it moist with the remembrance of Allah Subhana Allah when you get in your car, don't listen to just anything on a radio say Subhana lo Hungary Lola in a in a low low acaba read the Quran, it is the tongue that is going to remind your heart so when you say Alhamdulillah when you say so for the law, those times that you remember Allah Subhana Allah with your tongue it will remind your heartbeat the light The point is to to keep that tongue wet and and shout out to Adam

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with that being said in the future correspondence with you at GCA I'm going to go over some of the costs that the prophet SAW that it was some use to make on a daily basis I'll be going over them with you We'll break them down into bite sized chunks and shallow to add so that you can digest it and you can look for those every four to five days inshallah tada for the remainder of Ramadan. Although it was said mid from what happened to LA he or what