Tahir Wyatt – Tafsir Series – Surah Fatihah

Tahir Wyatt
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of learning the concept of Islam and not just saying it out loud, as it is crucial for achieving worship goals and setting boundaries. They also discuss the meaning of "the" and how it is used to describe a woman. The speakers emphasize guidance and individual improvement as goals, and mention a recent event where they discussed the importance of learning Islam and not just saying it out loud.
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smilla rahmanir rahim are sallallahu wasallam Allah color MBA

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Amina Mohammed in water and he was happy he commented Dr. homi Cernan Isla yo Medina died.

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Today Monday the 23rd of the 1434 corresponding to the 28th of October 2013. We begin with the first lesson of the book.

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essential essence for every Muslim vashikaran Masha Allah Abdullah Abdullah

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Al Hamdulillah Nakamoto

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fusina Satya Melina Leon de la vamos a la la

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la la la ilaha illallah wa la sharika

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Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa he was a he was a limited limited here on Yama, Deen.

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Today, we're going to begin with the lessons known as adoos and Mahima. The important lessons or essential lessons for the entirety of the oma and this was written by an Imam,

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Abdul Aziz

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tada and the book consists of it begins by talking about certain surah of the Quran, certain sources of the Quran that should be memorized by every Muslim. He then goes on to talk about the Pillars of Islam. And then the pillars of Eman. And then he goes into detail about issues related to select about issues related to select, for example, the conditions of salad, and the pillars of salad, and the son of salad and that which nullifies the will do or actually the conditions of will do later on in the book in its consists of 18 different lessons. Later on, once he gets to lesson 14, then he begins to talk about the clock, or the mannerisms that a Muslim should have. And he concludes the

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book with a detailed discussion or somewhat detailed discussion. That's the longest chapter of the book, he talks about how to prepare one body for being washed and shrouded and how to perform the genetic

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and so the author I'm allowed to add, it considers this to be essential knowledge for every Muslim and there is no doubt about it, that these lessons that are contained in this book are lessons that every single Muslim should know there's nothing in this book that is trivial. Everything should be known by all of the Muslims so we're going to commence right away with the lesson inshallah tada and the explanation being the night out is going to be concise

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without a lot of detail, because the point here is that we cover the lessons as many as possible and shallows out before the end of the Hajj season now.

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Mahalo Tada. Introduction All praise is due to Allah, Lord of the worlds and the best outcome is for the righteous peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Mohammed and his servants and his peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Mohammed, his servants and messenger and upon his family and companions. This short treatise clarifies some of the religious issues that are incumbent upon the layman to know about the religion of Islam.

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I titled it a Doosan Mahima Aloma essential lessons for every Muslim I asked Allah to benefit the Muslims buy it and and to accept it from me. Indeed, he is the one who is generous and benevolent by read the first lesson in

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the first lesson on Fatiha and others or sutras.

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Learning Fatiha by way of repetition, correcting its recitation, memorizing it and learning the meanings of it, as well as other short solos from surat Zilla to an S

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hamdulillah. The author Rahim Allah tala begins by talking about sorta tel Fatiha and he mentioned that it should be tolkein that is that it should be recited someone should recite it to you and you should recite it to back to someone because the majority of scholars hold that fatty hat is an essential aspect of the salaat. So if one recites Fatiha incorrectly, though he has the ability to learn it and recite it properly than his saliva is null and void and we find that some people

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They make mistakes when they resize a little fattier for example, they say I have been assaulted Mr. Team, which is different than anything else a lot and Mr. Team it changes the meaning and totality All right, and people make different mistakes sirata Latina and I'm tally him for example and instead of an untidy Now, some people might say but in the language that I speak for example, there is no

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there is no side there is no bond, for example. So what if a person does his utmost and trying to recite sorbitol Fatiha but he still is not able to pronounce it the way that an Arab would pronounce it, for example, then this this year is not a problem. Because a person is doing the best that they can with the ability that they have to resize a little fatter, but there are other mistakes that are made not because of a person's inability to enunciate the words, but because they simply have not taken the time to sit with anyone and recite Fatiha to them someone that has learned the chorion property. And this this year is a grave mistake and it can lead to one salon being invalid

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by some people mistakenly by accident. They say Iraqi Nabu, right, which is using the feminine

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beaumier or pronoun for loss of data which is impermissible to do anyway, there are different mistakes that people make, we can't go into detail of each mistake. The point here is that the author

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is saying that everyone needs to recite Surah Al Fatiha to someone. Likewise for you brothers that have children and families that are Muslims. And you have learned the Quran for example and you should take this opportunity honestly when you come for hygiene come for oma and you're in the mention of the province of light it was seldom you see that there are many circles for reading the Quran and read to a shave, just tell them you want to resort to the fancy hat and have him correct you

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so that you can learn it properly. As for the importance of sorbitol fatsia. So the shaved happy to love him Oh tada says that you should recite it, memorize it and know some of the meanings. And this is this is very important.

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Because it will increase one's clue sure in his Salah. And in fact, he has the one sutra that you will read. And every single rock I have every slide that you pray, you're going to read certain facts

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and the importance of this sorta cannot be

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Because as some of the scholars of Islam have said,

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all of the books of Allah subhana wa tada all of the messages that he sent to his prophets has been summarized and sorted

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and sorted till fatty hair has been summarized in Yak and Yak and Mustang.

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And there is no doubt that sorbitol fatty is the greatest source of endocrine it's the province of the law it was seldom said to

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one of his companions

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will say, Allah, He told them lamonica

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Surrattsville Quran, Kabbalah interpreted Dominion Mr. Danny, I'm going to teach you the greatest surah of have the Quran before you leave this semester. And then he took him by the hand and he told him al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen Nani that is Surah Al Fatiha.

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So total fatty adequan is 25 words

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113 letters

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as mentioned by Baba we and unquote to be an advocate even others call you. The Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam said

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that for every letter that you read from the Quran,

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how many has centers how many good deeds are recorded? For every letter that you read from the Quran? 1010 has an act 10 good deeds are recorded. Every for every letter that you read from the crime, the province of the light it was sent them so now kulu Alif Lam mean her Danielle I mean, no, that's not

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that's not one letter.

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on her phone while I'm on how can we even have Alif is a letter and lamb is a letter a meme is a letter. So sorta till Fatiha has how many? How many letters 113. That means that every time a person recites soda till 30 at night they get at least one

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1130 good deeds recorded.

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But that means you have to be mindful. Not that you were thinking about something else think about what you are reciting. Think about sorbitol fatty acid para la. I don't know of any other surah in the Quran that Allah subhana wa tada has described with the virtue that he has described. So total fat Yeah.

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Because so total fat Yeah, and we should feel this when we stand in the Salah. And some people recite sawtell fatty Han like they're trying to get it over with

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in one breath.

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Dini I can I will do it I can assign and they speed through sorbitol facha. Is there any other surah in the Quran? That Allah mentions that when you Yeah, Abdullah every single person

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when they say an ayah, Allah responds to that.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that Eliza with Joe says custom to Salatu benei were vain I've been this fame

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by either call al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen call Allah. me then he had the

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the province of lotto seldom said that a law said I have

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divided the Salah between myself and my servant into two parts

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into two parts. So when the servant of Allah says or when the worship of Allah the slave of Allah says hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. Then Allah azza wa jal says My servant has praised me and thanked me.

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And we're going to talk about each of these is not with a lot of detail, but enough that will give us some of the meanings of fatty and shallow time.

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When the reader recites a Rahman Al Rahim Kala ethna Allah you have D when he says a black man, a Rahim. Allah replies, hello replies and he says ethna Allah, yeah, my servant has extolled me.

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fader color MADI kiyomi been called Allah but jedynie IV

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if or when the reciter says Maddie kiyomi deemed and Allah subhana wa tada says, My servant has glorified me. My slave has glorified me.

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Color yuck and I will do Yak anestine Allah subhana wa tada says, This is between me and my servant. And for my servant is that which he asks, here Yak and I will do with how do you translate that you are alone? We worship that is for Allah. Well yaquina Steyn It is as if you are saying and it is from you that we seek assistance or there is that meaning of

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the meaning of God so Allah says at this particular point he didn't say how many I do my servant praise me or extolled me or glorify me No, he said this is between my servant and I and for my servant

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he will have what he asked for by the color Dino said often will stop him so Latina and I'm

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gonna call aloha did he have the will they have the mesh? So when he makes that do I then guide me to the straight path The path of those whom you have favorites at the end of the surah Allah subhana wa tada says, This is for my slave and for my slave is that which he asks and this is collected by an email Muslim. Likewise, many of you know the story. The story

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is an interesting story, where some of the companions were going by a particular area where there was some Kufa

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amongst them was emphasizing the low tide.

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And the people from amongst the non Muslims, they came to the Muslims who were traveling or to the Muslims who were in the area. And they said, Is there anyone from amongst you that knows or rakia?

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Now obviously, Rokia didn't just mean any amongst the Arabs. Rokia is not just reciting the Quran, 90 to cure someone. They had different types of incantations that they would recite.

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So Rukia was more general than just the recitation of the Quran.

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So they say yes, there amongst us, there's someone who knows rakia. So I will say,

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the Allahu taala and who went to this man, and he had been

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The leader of the people, the leader of that particular tribe have been stung or bitten by a snake Yani some poison, something poisonous.

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So he went and he read to him and he got he got to the man and he read certain fatty how over him and the man by last without his permission was cured.

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Obviously, he did this as it comes into hiding, he did it for a wage. And in the province of the law, it was sent him the same idea to the best wages that you take are for the recitation of the Quran, which has its explanation.

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But the point is here, that fatty hat is also is also a means of curing it is a treatment, it is a treatment that one can use, and a lot of people they go to other people for Rukia they want someone else to read the Quran over them.

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But everybody memorizes sorted to Fatiha. So it is better for a person to put their trust in a loss of payment data and read over themselves. To read that you have to put your hand on the area that is bothering you if you have a pain for example and resorted to Fatiha understanding the meanings that we're going to discuss today inshallah Ghana, and hoping that Eliza with Jo cures you.

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And this hadith also as a side point, is evidence that it is permissible for a Muslim to read Quran to a cafe with the hopes of curing them.

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This is exactly what happened in this hadith.

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It is permissible for a Muslim to read the Quran to make lochia

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for a cafe

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and even some of the scholars say even for animals because the Quran is it is a it is a cure it is a treatment. It is a treatment and treatment is not specific to Muslims. That treatment can be for non Muslims or even animals that some of the scholars of Islam mentioned.

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We're going to begin in shallow tada with the statement of Allah azzawajal where he says Bismillah

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R Rahman r Rahim. The majority of the scholars hold that this is an ayah from Surah Fatiha.

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They do not differ that Fatiha is seven is because the prophets of the light it was sent him said that he has several myths, that they are the seven oft repeated eyes, but they differ as to how those eyes are broken down. So his for example, is Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim actually an ayah from Surah Al Fatiha or not, we're going to treat it right now as if it's an ayah from Surah to the fatsia. But many scholars say that it is not an iPhone. So to fatsia it is an ayah from the Quran, and it is placed in the beginning of each Sora except for sorta to tober to remind the believers that revelation is a mercy from Allah subhanahu wa Tada. So you say Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim,

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both men and Rahim, are derived are names that are derived from the mercy of Allah subhana wa Tada. And so it is a reminder at the beginning of each surah that revelation is a mercy from Allah subhana wa tada to his creation.

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And you can just think about that when you think about a rock man.

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A rock man, the Most Merciful? Did what taught the Koran daddy as a manifestation of His mercy and a manifestation of his favorites to mankind. By Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim, what does this mean? The the bat here when we say this, in the in the name, this is this is what is known in Arabic as bad and it's the honor it is used to invoke the aid and assistance of a loss of Hannah who would add

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the name of Allah in the name or With the name of Allah. And here the word name is indicative or encompasses all of the loss of Hannah who would Tyler's names and attributes.

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The word Allah is derived from L, L l.

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l ILA and ILA in the Arabic language means deity. So Allah azza wa jal is the deity he is the true deity He is the one who encompasses or has all of the characteristics of a deity that is anything that deserves to be worshipped. So when a person starts for example, before you eat

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You Say what?

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That should be everybody saying that that shouldn't just be the brothers in the front. What do you say when

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you say Bismillah?

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Does it mean when you say when you when you're about to eat and you say Bismillah?

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Why are you saying Bismillah? What does that mean at that point? Does that mean Bismillah? Because I'm about to read a sword from the Quran.

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No, there is a, there is a verb that has been omitted, when you say Bismillah. So it's as if you are saying Bismillah he

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and he In the name of Allah, I eat Bismillah he,

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in the name of Allah, I read, for example, okay, so the verb comes at the end. And this is for a couple of reasons. Number one is because a person is seeking blessings, by saying this will lead they want a lot to bless whatever act that they are going to do.

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The second thing The second thing is that when the object of a verb please stay with me, because this is going to come back again.

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When the object of a verb precedes it, then it can find the meaning to that one thing I give me an example then we go back to Bismillah. Okay, Miss Millay. For example, Bismillah ocra.

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In English, we say I love you, right? But the subject is what who's the one doing the loving?

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Right? Love is the verb. And then the object of that love is you, right? So when you say I love you, or if for example, you say I met loves Ali, for example, okay, he loves his son, Ahmed is the one who is doing the loving, the verb is that he loves and his son is the object, okay, of that verb. In the Arabic language, when you put the object

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before the verb, then it can find the meaning of that verb to the object. So if for example, you said, you said

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his son loves

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his son, Ahmed loves or you I love,

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then that means that the love is restricted to that particular thing. So when you say for example, when you say and this is going to come later, when we get to iaca nabooti, but here Bismillah he ocra normal, normal construction of a sentence would be accurate or Bismillah. I read in the name of Allah. But when you say In the name of Allah I read then that means that it is solely for Allah subhanho wa Taala. So when a person says Bismillah

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then there are two meanings that this carries. Number one is that they are invoking the blessing of Allah subhana wa tada in that action that they are doing, they're seeking and they are seeking his assistance. And that it is being done for Allah subhana wa tada alone. All right, so when we say Bismillahi R Rahman r Rahim.

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What is the difference between Ar Rahman and Rahim? They are both derived from Rama which is mercy.

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Okay, and this gal is say two things and I mentioned both opinions here. Are they actually more than two opinions? I'll give you the two strongest inshallah Tada. But this is important, because we say Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim all the time.

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And to not know what it means. It's something that is not befitting for a Muslim. We should at least have some clue of what this means.

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Before I talk about Rahim, I want to talk about

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different qualities so that we can get a concept of this. A person may be described as being generous, you say so and so is generous. Correct? What does that mean?

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What is what does that mean when we say that he's generous?

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Okay, he gives he gives a lot. Okay? He gives an abundance. So he has the quality of generosity. But there may come a time when he's not giving anything but he's still you still say he's a generous person. He's sleeping, he's sleeping. Can you give something away while he's sleeping? No, he can't give anything away. But you still describe him as being with having the quality of generosity.

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Now, once he wakes up,

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and he goes to a neighborhood where there are a lot of poor people, and he starts giving away sadaqa and food and these type of things, then you will say he's being generous. He is being generous at that particular time. All right, let's transfer this over. Well,

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when we say our ramen

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some of the scholars say that our black men which is on the scale and Arabic of fadlan Okay, it means the one whose essence has this quality of Rama.

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So, this is a predominant characteristics or attribute of the being that you are describing

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and that they have this characteristic of Rama in abundance

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so alized

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by his essence is most powerful

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This is what you get this concept or the translation the Most Merciful okay. R Rahman

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r Rahim

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Allah wasn't on the scale of fail,

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okay, which means that this one distributes the mercy.

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Okay, so this means that Eliza gel is merciful to his creation

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constantly, consistently merciful to his creation. So not just that he has the quality of being merciful, but also that he dispenses that mercy to his creation. All right.

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The other opinion and this is this, the pin that I'm gonna mention right now is the pain of the majority of the scholars even though the first one is a very strong opinion. The second opinion

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is that

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a man

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is the one who's mercy and coppice the entire creation.

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And Rahim is the one who is merciful to the believers.

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All right, what is their proof of that? They say that the proof of that

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what is the what is the

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greatest and highest of the creation?

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The throne, the throne?

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Allah Peridot, it says in the Quran.

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Allah allowed stoah

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he used his name seven times in the Quran, he used his name, a rock man to talk about his ascension above the Throne.

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That would mean or that would seem to indicate that his mercy has encompassed the entire creation.

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To use that name, man ascended above the Throne, and the throne is the highest of the Muslim caught in the greatest in terms of expansion and expands the entire creation. So Allah subhanho wa Taala, using the name a man has allowed his mercy or his mercy has encompassed the entire creation. And as for Rahim, than it is that which is specific to the believers as is indicated in different is in the Quran. Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim we get the basic gist of the meaning of Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim. So when a person says this, they are seeking the laws eight in the beginning of whatever it is that they are going to do,

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and they are doing that thing for Allah subhana wa tada alone.

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Which then says,

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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. And why do a lot of the scholars say that this is the beginning of Fatiha because in the Hadith that we mentioned, for example, when Allah Subhana Allah says in the Hadith and Cozzi Kasim to salata, benei we've been I've been to Spain, I have divided the salon between me and my servant to parts. So when my servant says, Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen He didn't say when my slave says Bismillah Likewise, the prophet SAW the Son of Man that same beside him.

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When he told when he told him I'm going to teach you before you leave the messy lightly Monica either Masuda typical cry, I'm going to teach you the greatest sorta into cry when he taught him. What's the what, what did he say? Alhamdulillah. He didn't say Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. So here anyway, Elijah Joe says al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen.

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This ayah is amazing and the lack of anatomy.

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Maliki only thing we need to understand especially these three I because they they they carry the meanings of our worship of Allah subhana wa Tada. The purpose that we were created for Al hamdu Al hamdu Lillahi Al Hamd. It starts out with Al and then handles

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We need to understand both of these. The elephant the lamb in Arabic is the definite article

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in English, but it carries a different it carries different meanings in Arabic. Sometimes it does mean just like that. So for example, if you said to someone, I am going to Al Masjid, right, I'm going to the message, if you had the hotel here, behind the province message, somebody said, What are you going to say I'm going to demonstrate the word here carries whatever is shared in between you and the other person's mind. You already know what smash did, you're talking about. So you say the lesson. But here, this column here is what it means all everything.

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Everything that here lm, so all of the hemd

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and what is hemd? A lot of times, people think that hummed is thanks, or people think that it is simply praise, but unhemmed hand constitutes both sugar and Santa. That is praise and

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gratitude, praise and thanks to Allah subhana wa Tada.

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It's important to understand that because

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you may praise someone,

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and I thank them

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for thank them and I praise them.

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Or you can pray something that's even an inanimate object. It's not even, for example, for example, there is a prolific author, he writes excellent books about any subject.

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So you praise him, he's a great author, he's, he's one of the best of his time. But does that necessarily mean that you thank him? No, it doesn't, it doesn't mean that. It doesn't mean he may not have done anything for you. People praise athletes all of the time.

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He has such a great physical strength or whatever. But that doesn't mean that someone thanks them. Because they didn't do anything for them and they haven't reached that level of being praised for it for nothing.

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The opposite is also true.

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You may thank someone but not praise them.

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You're walking down the street and something falls out your bag. Someone says to you excuse me something fell out your bed, they didn't do anything. They didn't pick it up for you. They just said excuse me It came out your bag you say to them thank you did that

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comprise of any praise for them.

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And they may be from they may be a criminal a person might be a murderer but he happened that day to just tell you that. So this person doesn't deserve to be praised. But in this instance they were thanked because they did something that that was good for that particular situation. So you think that

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but here we say al hamdu

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praise and thanks both praise and thanks are

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belong to Allah subhana wa tada whether people praise him or not.

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Whether the people praise him or not, they belong to Allah that is that all praise and all thanks for everything belongs to Allah subhana wa Tada. And we need to understand this concept.

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Because after a person eats, he says Alhamdulillah Indeed Allah is the province of light, it was seldom said is pleased with the one who eats something and then praises Allah or drink something and then praises Allah Al hamdu lillahi in the province of the law, it was seldom also said that the most beloved speech to a loss of $1 or four statements Subhana Allah, wa Alhamdulillah Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah.

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So Alhamdulillah is from the greatest of speech. And as from the speech that Eliza gel is most pleased with from a server Alhamdulillah he is, why is that praise for Allah? Because Allah is Allah. That's why, what is Allah? Who is Allah?

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He is the one who that name in and of itself is indicative of every perfection He is the one who was perfect, infallible, but what all of the names of Allah subhanaw taala go back to that name Allah.

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All of the names of Allah subhanho wa Taala go back to the name of Allah. So we praise Him because He is Allah. And we praise Him because He is Delilah mean

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what is that? What is a rub, translate rub as an English

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Lord, does that really give the meaning? Yes, we have to find some words.

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That you can't go just leave it and try to translate Rob every time it comes into Quran or something like this, but we should understand what that means in the in the Arabic language linguistically. Yes, linguistically more means master. You probably all know the hadith of gibreel. Right when he came to the province of the light of the sun him and he put his knees to his knees and he asked them about Islam. And he asked him about Eamon and he asked him about his accent.

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And then he asked the province a lot he was tell him about the signs of the hour.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said,

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and tell me that, Mr. toura, better when you hear the word rubber, that a slave, a female slave will give birth to her master, to her master. So this word rubber is usually used to mean masters. So you have a an

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a slave, and you have a Rob, Danny, his master. All right, in this as it relates to Allah Subhana, WA, tada

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encompasses the fact that a lung is alcoholic, the creator of logic,

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one who sustains and gives provisions and would've been the one who manages his creation, and the one who gives his favorites to them, I say, the master, all of these concepts are included, when we use the word rub.

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And rub as the scholars mentioned, is of two types. And there's a secret behind this, I hope you pay attention to this, you have what is known as the general lordship of Allah Subhana Allah will be alive. Okay, the general that encompasses everything. And then you have what is known as a rubia and hasa.

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Or this specific type of Ruby, the general type is that Eliza gel has created everything.

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And he sustains everything provides for everything Kaffir

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corrupt criminal, Eliza Joe provides for all of his creature, not just mankind, but also for the animals and for everything that exists, the angels and the jinn.

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And then you have an alliance with also as a part of this is that Alliance, which gives them their guidance.

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What does that mean?

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What does that mean that he that he shows them the path, that doesn't mean that he guides everyone to guidance, it doesn't mean that he allows them or that he that he gives them the strength to travel on the path of guidance that depends on people's choices that they make for themselves.

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But he does show them the path, like last year with data set for Moodle, Friday now. First, they have bulama alhuda. As for the mood, then we guided them, but they chose blindness over guidance. So it's not that aligns with your guided them the same way that he guides his profits and his devout service. That is the second type of little movie, or the specific type of illustration without his lordship and being a rub is that he guides

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his devout insincere servants to true faith. And he keeps them firm upon that faith, and he diverts anything that would take them away from faith he moves that away from them.

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And this is why this is why if you read the Quran

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from sorbitol Fatiha to Surah Xs

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there is a name that all of the prophets use at the beginning of the at the beginning of their do I what is that name?

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Rob burner attina Jr has an awful activity has an organizer not not burner led to the kulu winner that it had eaten out now Robin and Emily Do

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you have

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any other examples? The Quran is replete

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heavily in Amman as well Tina.

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Hi. Yeah.

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So, if you read the Quran again, and notice this The next time you read the Quran, whereas the Do I have, the sooner

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To sum the majority of it starts with Allahumma.

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Noticing Eliza gels right to be worshipped is here. And in the Quran,

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it is the notice of his Rubio the consideration of his rubia because he is the what is the rub the rub is the one that provides provides for the body and provides for the soul. So everything that the body needs by way of nourishment,

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by way of health aligns with your provides that everything that the soul needs, by way of guidance, allows the one that provides the other up is the one that provides that. So think about these meanings when you say Al hamdu, lillahi Rabbil alameen alameen is, as some of the seller said is the heavens and earth and everything that is between and everything that is under the earth and all of this is considered, in other words, and everything

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that aligns with Dell has created is considered to be an alchemy. So Allah is the Creator and sustainer and provider for everything that exists and for that reason, for that reason, he is praised, he unhemmed is for Him because He is Allah because he is perfect in his names and his attributes. And because he is the one who provides both provides for the body and provides for the soul.

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Then he says a rahmanir rahim

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which we already talked about this quality when you know that you have a euro

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but what what feeling what emotion does that created you when you know that there is someone who has provided for you, and who cares for you and who gives you from his favorites? creates that emotion of love.

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So when you say hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen it should create a feeling of instant instantaneous love

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in your heart. But you love Allah. You love him because of because we have a natural attraction to perfection. Is that not correct? Can you like things that that are perfect?

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That are complete? You like it? Right? Imagine? Imagine you get a pizza box that's missing one slice when they give it to you

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because it's not complete you have an automatic reaction. Something's wrong with this picture here. It's not complete.

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When something is completed, it's what you like it.

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Allah has hotel is perfect.

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And you love him because of that and you love him because he's not blind. I mean and he deserves praise and thanks for that.

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Now, we read this and it creates a feeling of hope.

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Hope that you will gain Eliza Jo's mercy because he is the one who was the most merciful and Eliza Joe said about himself in Iraq Mati seberapa hobby.

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And in some narrations of elevated Ravi that my mercy

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proceeds my anger

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99 parts of mercy Eliza gel is kept with himself and reserved for Yeoman piano. And only one part is on the earth. And by that one part by that one part.

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people and animals and everything show mercy to one another.

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Danny Subhanallah R Rahman r Rahim. So a person has love for lies with them.

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any fears? Any hopes? And Allah subhanho wa Taala is mercy. And then Eliza gel goes on to say Maliki Yomi Dean

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or medic eo McBean?

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Maliki oma Dean, meaning the owner

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of the home of a dean

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Leone alone in the Arabic language can mean 24 hours or it can mean the portion of a day that starts at 5pm and ends at sunset at mother it

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can mean a particular period of time.

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So here Eliza just declares himself as the Owner of the Day of Reckoning, and my best, even my best Monday low tide and humor.

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Who knows the great manifester of the Quran? The prophecy Sunnah may do it for him, along with Dean wylam who tell we'll Oh Allah give him 50 of the deen and teach him the tat wheel that is the understanding the interpretation of the Quran.

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He said that Yomi Dean is the day that everyone will be judged 90 Judgment Day.

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Maliki, yo maybe I need the king

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of the Day of Judgment.

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And then specified here because no one else on the day of judgment will claim to own anything. No one can even talk on the day. Forget on something. No one an angel or otherwise cannot talk. Except that Eliza gel gives them permission to Maya Kumar Whoo. While malah eager to soften

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Muna in lemon evina la hora, ramen, or cassava

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the day when the spirit and the angels will stand in rows.

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They will not be able no one will be able to speak except for the one who gives permission to speak. And they speak with the truth and they say that which is correct.

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So no one is going to claim to own anything on the Day of Judgment.

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Maliki yo Medina on that day of reckoning.

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Likewise, no one will claim to be a king on that day.

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Maliki Almighty, the king of the day of reckoning, whereas in this dunya

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around claims claimed that he was a kid and many,

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many kings.

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But no one will have any Dominion on that day Lehman in Milan Coolio. Lila Hill, weidel kaha for whom is the Dominion today, for Allah, the One the irresistible kaha

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when a person knows

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that they have been created,

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and that they have

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a sustainer and that they should be praising him and thanking him Alhamdulillah and that he is the one that deserves to be worshipped. And then they know that they will stand in front of him

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on a day

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where they will be held accountable for their deeds, then what emotion does this bring about?

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brings about an emotion of fear.

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Fear. So we see the first is Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen

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inspires an emotion of love

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inspires an emotion of hope.

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Maliki only Dean inspires an emotion of fear.

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And then we say what to Eliza jen iaca Naboo it is you alone that we worship, through love, and hope and fear.

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These three things these are pillars of the bed.

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Every action

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that a person does.

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every deed every act of devotion towards Allah subhanaw taala should be inspired by the love of Allah. And love in general, is an emotion that makes people go above and beyond

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and makes them do things that they would not do. If they did not have that emotion.

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You know a man and then a man and a woman parents.

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Having natural love Allah, Allah put that in the parent, they have natural love for their children.

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So you find them doing things sacrificing, compromising their own health and well being for their children.

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I see how a person goes above and beyond. And they may work or seek employment that they don't like.

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And stay up late at night, taking care of the child that they would not do for anyone else's children

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because they don't have the same love for them that they have for their children. So love. Love is an emotion that inspires one to go above and beyond and to

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Do things that they would normally not do.

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So a person,

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Rahim Allah to Allah when explaining a bad that he said it's like a bird. It's like a bird. The head is love.

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And the two wings are fear and hope.

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And what happens if a bird lowers one wing?

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It goes in that direction if it lowers the other way goes. So in order to fly straight, the bird has to keep a proper balance between fear and hope.

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So we keep that proper balance between a rock man if we're hain Maliki, oh Medina, we keep a proper balance between the two.

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And this is a this is a theme that comes over and over in the Quran not beer.

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any animal the photo Rahim

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Debbie, who Allah double le, and for my servants, that I am eligible for

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the all Forgiving,

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the Merciful

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and that my punishment is severe, and that my punishment is at the same time.

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My Mercy is expansive, my punishment is severe. So hopefully my mercy and fear my punishment, Jani that means that a person cannot leave off the better of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So many of the Muslims have no concept of

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fear Allah He allows the Most Merciful for my fears in my heart.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu wa sallam said,

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if the believer

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knew the severity of a loss of Hannah without his punishment, so come to say Muslim,

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then they would not hope for Jenna. If you knew the severity of Allah Subhana Allah is punishment.

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The believer wouldn't hope for dinner. And if the Kaffir knew the extent of a loss, without his mercy,

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then they would have no fear of going to the fire.

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The cafe, the one who totally rejects the worship of Allah subhana wa Tada. So the believer was created for that purpose of

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that boo boo.

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And what does that mean? See, the origin of that is like we will say in English, we worship you.

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We is the subject. We are the ones that are performing the worship.

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Worship is the verb, you is the object. Okay, so it's the same construct. That's how it normally be in Arabic, not Boudicca, okay. But here what has happened, Eliza Adele says he

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So what has happened here the object has been placed before the verb, which means that it restricts the the action of that verb to the object they can find the meaning of that verb to the object. So this is why when they translated, it says, You alone we worship because that's the meaning. You alone we and this is this is the fulfillment of what men was created for.

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Dinner we'll insert in Lally, Abu,

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as a last hemodialysis

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and I have not created

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mankind nor jinn,

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except that they worship me.

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Te Allah azza wa jal, therefore has created man for what purpose for the purpose of worship, there is nothing that Eliza Joe creates without hikma without wisdom. And then he gives everything that is created the ability to do what it was created for.

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This is amazing. It's an amazing concept that I hope we digest.

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Look at this allows you to create it the B

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what is the B do?

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Makes honey

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that's one of the things that a bee does.

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Give it the ability to make honey

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created it with that purpose

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and gave it the ability to create what to make honey.

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To go from flower to flower and make honey type A.

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For example, an art

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that little seed grows and then panela will light. And in this there are signs and this there are Signs for those who reflect, will be able to see come as a loss paradise and then yourself there are Signs for those who reflect. So this seed, the seed that Eliza gel has created, to turn into a tree that provides oranges, has everything it needs. And that little thing and as a seed and allows you to give to the angels, the angels don't disobey Allah created them for the purpose of worshipping Allah subhana wa tada and for carrying out his commands, and he gave them the ability to do so. Elijah Joe created mankind for the purpose of what for the purpose of worship,

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and gave us the ability to do so. Not like a cat, not like a snake Alize with Jonah has given us intellect, he's given us action, so that we can comprehend revelation.

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So Eliza gel

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has created mankind with that purpose, cause a bad

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a servitude

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and he has given mankind the ability, the ability to fulfill, to fulfill that purpose. So he's given him an intellect and given him understanding, giving him the physical capabilities or qualities to be able to carry out the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala has given him what is known as Elijah, the man has will, man has the free will, and that free will subject to the will of a loss of data, but he has given them will play

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once a person recognizes

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that he has been created for this person purpose, but worshipping allies, which he then also has to recognize that he is a part of a loss of Hana with the islands MOOC that he is a part of aligns with those dominion and that he is weak, and that he cannot do it by himself that he cannot perform this

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independently, but that he needs the aid of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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And performing that he better that he was created to do we get that we get this point here so then we don't stop at Iraq and Abu then we have what he agonist

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and it is you alone from whom we seek assistance

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and doing what assistance in worshiping you subhanho wa tada and this is why in that Heidi's could see well lost power data says

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My servant This is between me and my servant yeah can I Buddha Yeah Can the same

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for my servant is what he asked me I need the first part is for lies which is you alone we worship and for my servant is what he asked he aka nestene and it is you alone that we seek assistance from Chiklis limb and take me or him or low tide it says that he pondered

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the Quran he pondered over the meanings of the Quran and found that there is no dude

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that is better than asking a love assistance and worshiping Him. There is no that is better than asking the Lord for his assistance in worshiping Him and that is the meaning that is found in a yak and Buddha Yak in a state. Why is it that one of the campaign's from the province of the light was sent him love dearly. Its name was why they've been given

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in Japan. He was the one that the privacy sent him sent to Yemen, to teach the people about Islam. The province of the light it was sent him as it comes to Sunni who went behind him one day and grabbed him by the shoulder and he said, Yeah, he said, Yeah, why the knee or hip book? Oh, hi. law in the low hit book, by law. I love you for that today. And cooler. Lee Salatin, Allahumma Amy, Allah, deca, deca.

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He said oh my Allah, I love you. So don't leave off saying at the end of every Salah

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Allahumma me Oh Allah, assist me, a me in what Allah decree in remembering you. What Allah shook rica was your clicker and thanking you

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and worshiping you properly and worshiping you properly. So this is the dude that the promise of the law it was some

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more eyes to say at the end of every salon and the best time to say it is before the test Li after you have set it to childhood and you send us a lot in the salon Ebrahimi on the province of light in the salon. But before making the test mean, you say Allahumma inni Allah Vic rica was shakalaka we're hosting at birdie tick and honestly 100 in LA.

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Right now, this is one of the best time for the IRA to be accepted because we are between the event and the comma. We know that this is one of the times that the door is accepted. So you should repeat this drive to me right now with the intention of learning this drive with the intention of learning this drive and making it so say Allahumma

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Allahumma inni

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This means what? Oh Allah

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give me your own.

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Aid me assist me. Like Like the other hand it will long fee only. Allah is helping his servant along as his servant is helping another one of his slaves. Matt Damon, allowed to be okay as long as the slave is helping his brother

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Allahumma inni again

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Allah Vika

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was shakalaka

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will host me better to

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learn this. Learn this Don't let tonight go by without learning to do is shallow tada allama aniela decree Kawasaki Kawasaki but it only takes three seconds to say or four seconds you can say it. Even when the Imam says it's too long you still have time to say it. You'll still have time to say it before you make testimony.

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And you make it at the end of every select. And many of the scholars say that this hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did not restricted to the obligatory Salah so even you know wife of Salah even your suddenness for before dawn two after door two after mother and two after Isha. Anytime you pray before you send them out you say Oh Allah ate me hate me. You give me your help. And thanking you and remembering you and thanking you and worship

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You properly and worshiping you properly in a shallow tada

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a brief explanation again,

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say that again Allahumma

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inni. Allah the clicker was shakalaka was the bed tick,

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which means Oh Allah ate me and remembering you and thanking you and worshiping you properly as something we need to understand just from this. When we say yeah, can I Buddha yaquina stain. When we recognize our weakness, and that we need allies with a job, then this creates the bad to have to walk on. And the whole deal revolves around this fat Buddha who want to walk Allah, Allah, Allah in the Quran, so worship Him, and then put your trust independence and Allah subhanho wa Taala. The whole beam revolves around that. And this is why, as I said, the scholars have mentioned that all of the reselect all of the messages of the messengers, and all of the books that Alliance has sent down

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have been summarized right, there's sort of two Fatiha starting with 100 in me, and all the facts he has summarized in he will do what yakka mistake and so shallow Tyler will pick up there tomorrow.

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But I just want to a brief point, especially because we just heard the event to show how this Dean intertwines woman woman to show how the dean intertwines. So we look at that concept of a bed. And Alice, Deanna, that is worshiping Allah and seeking his aid and doing so and some of you have heard me say this before, but I mentioned it over and over again so that the concept becomes established in our minds, when you just heard the event. And the more Adam was saying, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, you said a low echo the lower but when he said, la, la, la, la,

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la la de la and he said,

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LA, you said the same thing you repeated after the until he said hi Yalla Sala.

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What is what is that mean? Come to the salon, or go to the site come to the salon. salon is what is a bad form of the bed. So, what did you say?

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Did you say when the mother said hi Alyssa. Don't tell me they say anything.

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You said Hola. Hola. quwata illa Billah that is no holy Annie there is no way I can go from one state to another state. There is no power I don't have any strength except with Allah. So there is no way I can do a yak in Abu there's no way I can come to the salon. Without being in a state that is without recognizing that I am weak and that I have no strength except by Allah subhana wa tada is leaving that he has to be the one to help me worship Him. And this keeps one from becoming arrogant and bright and proud because you do some form of worship whatever form of worship you do you stand up at the last third of the night while everyone else is sleeping. The know that that is because

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allies will aid you in doing so. You shouldn't become proud because of that. You should remain humble and recognize that this is a greater favor of Allah subhanho wa Taala pay which needs more help by way of you more thanks and more praise from a lots of Hannah who were so Hannah who want to add and inshallah Tata will pick up on this point tomorrow. Although it was a lot of sonova content Amina Mohammed now.

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I mean,

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even more stunning than being a Muhammad Ali he was happy.

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Today Tuesday the 24th of the ledger 1434 and corresponding to the 29th of October 2013. We begin with the second lesson of the book essential essential lessons for every Muslim Masha Allah Allah obligees even Abdullah even better Rahim Allah tala hamdulillah Nakamoto

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when out of the villa Himanshu fusina Marina de la, la la

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la la, la la,

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la la, la la la la sharika

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Mohammedan Abu Rasulullah sallallahu

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alayhi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman kathira

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yesterday, we began with the first lecture

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Send in the important lessons for every Muslim

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and their first lesson as the Imam applies even have the loving basmati no low data sir was to learn sorta till Fatiha

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that is to learn how to recite it, to recite it correctly to memorize it. And likewise to learn some of the meanings of sorbitol Fatiha

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and as I mentioned yesterday, it is not the intention here to do an in depth Tafseer of sorbitol Fatiha however, just to give some of the meanings of sorts of fancy hair that will help one ponder in the salon to help one to have some type of closure and his humility and standing in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala to be conscious of what he is saying so that it can aid him in making the drive that is a source of fat. Now certain fatty as we mentioned yesterday from the names of sorbitol Fatiha is a Sala is actually called a Salah because of the Hadith where Allah subhana wa tada says and as Heidi could see custom to salata, benei ouabain I have the swing, I have divided

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the salad between myself and my slave into two parts.

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the purpose of the law it was from the names of Al Fatiha as

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a rookie, because it was used by

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the Allahu anhu as a rokeya and this is well known that the Muslims use SoTL Fatiha as a Rokia

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is also given the name of Shiva it's called soda to him. Because with many of the scholars or according to many of the scholars, the first iron soda to fatsia is Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen. So we're going to go over quickly the meanings that we covered yesterday, and then move on to the remainder of Fatiha and then go to the to the rest of the sources that were mentioned by the shape below to

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tell you the first part. The first part that we talked about yesterday was Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah he Rabbil alameen wa, Hamed, Allah for lamb here are the definite article al means what?

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When it's attached to whatever word after it here it means

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it means that it is inclusive of every type of hemmed in what is hemd? How do you translate hummed into English?

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Not worship,

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praise but that's only one aspect of hunt.

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Then thanks. So there has to be that aspect of both both praise and gratitude in order for it to be a lamp and we said that it is for Allah and Allah is derived from Allah and he is the true deity he has all of the qualities of a true deity of a true deity.

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mean what does love mean? We said that it is He is the county the Creator, the Sustainer. The provider, the one who manages the affairs the master

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allowed him he does everything besides the loss of hematology and everything of the creation.

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Manual he Rahim These are two names of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Two Names of Allah azza wa jal, both of them derived from the word of Rama. Yani mercy, but what is the difference between our ramen and Allah Haim?

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What's the difference?

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Okay, so that is the statement of the majority of the scholars and that is that a white man means that his mercy encompasses everything all of the creation. And our Rahim is the name that means that his mercy encompasses the believers Yani that it is specific to the believers and the other the other way that we understand our men, and our Rahim is that our Rockman

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means that this is the related to the essence of a loss of Hannah who was Allah, that he is described as having the quality of a Rama and that he is constantly dispersing this.

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Okay, and so he is a Rahim. Because Rahim means that it is related to the one that is being dispensed to. So he gives away that mercy heat that mercy manifest itself with its creation and Allah never said

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In the Quran, he says in the Quran Allah cannibals meaning or Hema, okay that he is Rahim with the believers but he never said he is a man with the believers or with anybody for that matter. So that can be understood. There first I

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mean, what emotion does it creates

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it creates the emotion of love. And love is the impetus for every action that a person does in terms of his devotion towards Allah subhana wa tada it's the catalyst is the thing that pushes you it's the thing that pushes you we have our ramen Rahim which creates the emotion or inspires the emotion of what

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hope creates hope. But then Eliza gel as he does in many other is endocrine balances that hope. And he says Maliki Yomi Dean,

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that he is the Owner of the Day of Reckoning when everyone will be held to account for what they have done. And so he reminds us that there is a day of judgment that there is a day of judgment that he is the owner of that day. We stopped when we talked about Iraq and Abu what yakka nestene it is you alone that we worship and You alone. From you alone we seek assistance by you.

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Look at the first three is here. The first three is of SoTL fatsia al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen Rahmani Raheem, Manny kiyomi Deen

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are all about Allah subhana wa tada these is deal with knowledge about Allah subhanho wa tada

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and the fact that he is the one who is deserving of praise and thanks

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based on that knowledge that we have gained from Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen on ramen or hematic, Chioma de So, these emotions that have come from this knowledge that is of love, and a fear and of hope

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should result in some type of action. That knowledge should result in some type of action and that action is the EBITDA of Allah subhanahu wa tada alone. So that is why we say or that is why lies with Joel after this. He says he yakka Nabu,

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Nabu, we worship you alone, Oh Allah subhana wa tada with love, and with fear, and with hope. Because if a person truly loves Eliza, and he truly hopes for a loss of hair without his mercy, and he truly fears that day of standing in front of him, then he has to do something about it. And that doing something about it is a bad day. It is the worship of Allah subhana wa Tada. And what does he bad to me? What does he bad? In the end linguistically? It means abou Jani, that one subjugates himself or one is subjugated to something.

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this is the meaning like the same word of slavery because it sounds the same, isn't it? And that is a slave, right?

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That comes from that same route. So one is like when one performs worship, it is as though he is enslaving himself. So Allah Subhana who were to add it which is different than the concept of serving, it's different than the concept of serving, usually when you serve something or somebody it is for a designated period of time.

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A slave is always asleep 24 hours a day. It is a description of the individual himself. And so when one chooses because everyone is a slave of Allah subhanaw taala whether they choose to or not, when one chooses to be a slave to Allah subhana wa tada then it is a characteristic that is continuous with him as we're in the shittier than a bed that where the bed is a comprehensive term that includes everything that Allah subhana wa tada loves and is pleased with whether those be hidden actions ones belief

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or whether they be outer actions, that is what is apparent from one's actions.

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This is and this is why the term he bad that the term bad in the Arabic language is very comprehensive is very good. A person can wake up in the morning

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And go to work

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after praying fudger of course,

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and he's going to work is considered a bad Why? Because he has the intention when going to work of providing for his family because Allah subhana wa tada has charged him with this responsibility.

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And so, when he does so, with that intention, he goes to work with the intention of

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making enough money so that he can support Islamic projects. So that he can support his family so that he will not have to stick out his hand and ask anyone for anything. All of these intentions are noble intentions that are for Allah subhanahu wa tada and therefore, it becomes a bed.

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So we see the importance of and Nia, when it comes to this concept of a bed, that a person has the proper intention, because the intention can turn regular mundane acts into activity better just by the intention

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just by one's intention. So for example, one may walk for a mile or a kilo.

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And their intention is to exercise by him Is there any reward from Allah subhana wa tada for that? I mean is this just considered a regular act that one does just a regular act, they just want to lose weight,

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or they want to stay healthy.

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Another person lives a mile away from domestic and so he walks same distance as the other person, but his intention of walking is to get to domestic.

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So his walking becomes what

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it becomes worship by virtue of what by virtue of the intention.

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So we see the importance of the Nia when it comes to the better because a person may have a corrupt intention

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and therefore it turns an activity bad into an act of

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So a person for example, who is praying

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but they are making their Salah longer because they're showing off for someone. Even though on the outside it appears that he is praying and that he is rewarded by Allah subhana wa Tada. He in fact is committing a sin because he is showing off and he is doing it for other than Allah subhana wa Tada. So that is one condition that must be fulfilled in order for it

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to be accepted by lots of data because nobody just worships

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loving Allah subhana wa tada hoping in his reward, fearing his punishment fearing standing in front of him on the Day of Judgment, nobody just worships and doesn't want their worship to be accepted by Allah subhana wa tada so we need to know the conditions of our a bad to being accepted in the first of those conditions is that it is done for Allah subhana wa tada alone. The second of those conditions is that it'd be done according to the Sunnah of the prophets of the law, it was sentiment that which lies in what God has legislated.

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Because some people do acts that they believe are acts of worship.

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And in fact, that is taking them further away from Allah subhanahu wa Tada. There are some people who as a brother mentioned, the other day came and said, Please, you know, inform the people about this, when we were talking about visiting the grave of the province of the light, he was telling me mentioned that in his country, this is unfortunately prevalent in some areas in the Muslim world. But in their countries, they build messages over the tombs of people whom they considered to be pious.

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They build masternodes and then people go to that message, and they make to off around the green and they make such the on degrade. And they ask the one who was buried, to fulfill some type of need that they have or to repel some type of harm that has befallen them. And all of this they actually believe that by doing so, they are getting closer to Allah subhana wa Tada. This is their belief. They're not doing it with the intention of going further away from a lesson without it they believe that by doing so, that be that this saint or this pious person will act as an intercessor between him and Allah subhana wa Tada. So they think they're getting closer to a law and in fact, they are

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going against so many principles of the shittier and therefore they are actually getting further away from Allah subhanho wa Taala. What about the person for example, who intentionally every day, every day after Salah fetcher.

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He prays for rockets. What do you think about that

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Sincere, sincere if you catch him, you may even see tears coming out of his eyes. And he is praying to Allah subhana wa tada not anyone else, and not for anyone else.

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It's rejected. It is rejected.

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And this is why one of the companions of the messages of the law it was seldom saw a man praying at the prohibited times, one of the bravest times of prayers after so lots of fudging.

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And he told him to stop praying, stop praying, the man said, Are you prohibiting me? Are you prohibiting me from the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala? He said, No, I'm prohibiting you from innovating in the religion

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preventing you from

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not preventing you from worshipping Allah subhana wa Tada. If you want to pray, pray at the prescribed times the times that it is allowed to pray. Not anytime that you want to pray, but the times that you think that it's okay to pray. The Prayer is a sign of brevity praying in this time.

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So these are the things that we need to be aware of when we look at the concept of a bed that it has to be done for a Lost Planet Allah alone and it has to be according to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in that he better, we seek allies with Joe's assistance. And so we say yes, and I will do what he can to stay when we recognize that every messenger has been sent to his people, to remind them and to call them to the worship of Allah subhana wa tada alone.

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In mo de la, mala cumin Elaine later all of the prophets said that to their people, to worship Allah alone, you do not have anyone or there is no deity worthy of worship except for him. And if he could do much of Rasulullah enabled Allah What a terrible problem to me. I've sent to every nation a messenger, informing them to worship Allah alone and to reject the power. That is everything that is worship besides Allah, as

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when a person recognizes that he has been created for this purpose, for the purpose of worshiping Allah azza wa jal, and then he recognizes that he has no way of fulfilling that worship except by seeking allies of assistance. Then he says, He ekena Buddha yakka mistaken and is you in whom we seek assistance type. Let's look at this quickly. Again. these first three is

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dealing with knowledge. The fourth idea is action.

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And notice that in everything that we do, and this is a principle in Islam, that knowledge precedes action. Knowledge precedes action in everything you do. When you go to worship Allah subhana wa tada with whatever form of worship it is, you need to be aware of how you should be worshiping Allah.

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So we see here this the first three is deal with the knowledge of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Who is he and what he deserves, he deserves to be thanked and he deserves to be praised.

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And then we worship Him we and we declare that we worship Allah subhana wa tada alone, and we seek his assistance in doing so. That assistance

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is what this is about.

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When we say Idina

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law upon mustafi

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he Dyer because this is what we're asking a lot for, we're asking a lot for hedaya to guide us, and that is of two main categories in the Quran.

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Allah azza wa jal shows the human being the way

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this is the way to gender

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and this is the way to know and a person has the will Eliza has given them that ability to choose their path in their head they know who Sabina imesh

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and D we have shown him here he Daya means to show in the day now who Sabina imageshack Elan, what a mecca for I either be grateful and thankful where he will be from the wretched and ungrateful

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Africa for

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all right, so a lot of people and this is not specific to a loss palette. This form of guidance allows you to just say well in Nicola Terra de la ciudad de Masaki. He saw he said that to the prophets I saw them you guide to a straight path Jani, that is you show people the way to the straight path.

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That is one form of guidance and allows you to deal with that and said that as well about the mood and other mood Friday now.

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As for the mood, then we showed them we gave them guidance and we showed them the past

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But they chose to be blind they chose blindness over guidance, that is one form of guidance and that is important to know the straight path. The other form of guidance is that Eliza gel gives you the success and the ability and the world and determination and helps you to be firm on that path of guidance once you know what it is.

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And this is a this is a different form of this is the type of guidance that aligns with gel negated from the province of the light of the sun and that the population cannot do that.

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You know how much the prophets of the law it was tell him loved his uncle.

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And how he stood by him on his deathbed, calling him to Islam.

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And when he refused to accept this lamb and said that he is on the DEA of his father and his forefathers, Allah azza wa jal revealed in Nicoletta demon that you do not guide whom you will that is you don't take a person's heart. You can't you don't have control over a person's heart. So that he may travel the right path. Well, I can Allah Yeah, give me a shot, but it is a law, who guides whom He wills

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What is this path of guidance? It is the path that combines between what already preceded and sort of to fatsia knowledge and action,

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sound knowledge and the worship of Allah subhana wa tada sound knowledge and righteous action. I hope you catch this point here.

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Hope you catch this point in the beginning, knowledge hungry law Hello, Bill Adda me. Hey, Maddy kiyomi Chioma de knowledge about a lot of data, that knowledge creates these, these feelings that a person has that pushes him towards the bed of Allah subhana wa Tada. And so he wishes worships Allah. So we have knowledge and we have action. And that is the right path. That is the sirata Mr. keen to have sound knowledge and righteous actions. That one knows what he is supposed to do. And he acts according to that.

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So when we talk about the Serato, Mr. King, it is that path that Allah subhana wa tada has blessed its people with worshipping him properly with knowing him

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and knowing how to worship Him and then worshiping him properly.

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So here's se la la Vina and I'm telling him The path of those whom you have favorite, who are those whom Allah subhana wa tada as favorite.

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They are those people whom Allah Subhana Allah has blessed with obedience, that is that they obey Him, and that they obey His Messenger sallallahu it was Sunnah. And how do they obey Allah and His messenger? By knowing what it is that they're supposed to be doing? And then doing it?

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If you don't know how to worship Allah subhanaw taala How can you worship them?

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Someone says to you make Hajj

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and you don't know how to make you don't even know is it? Okay, you know to go to Mecca. And after that you don't even know what you're supposed to do. How can you make Hydra without knowledge? Well, qumola happy though is Salatu was Salam.

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ala Connie to

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protect your Salawat

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especially the middle prayer, and stand up to Allah stand up to Allah. Connie 10. How can you pray, and you don't know how to pray.

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And for those of you maybe some of you, maybe some of you were

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not Muslim your entire life. So you can imagine, for example, the day after you took shot or a week or a year,

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a month later and someone asked you about a lot to do and maybe you don't even know it's for rocks.

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don't just assume that everybody knows that aspect of the salon, not to mention the details of solid that is supposed to start with tech V and then there is do I need to do either to make in the beginning and then you say I will be laying in a tunnel agreement

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that you refer to and then what comes after that and then you say a lot but

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that requires knowledge.

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Okay, there are a lot of people.

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There are a lot of Muslims who know how to pray.

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And they know they're supposed to pray five times a day at least. But they don't.

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So we have this aspect of knowledge.

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And then we have the aspect of acting according to that knowledge. Those are the ones whom Allah subhana wa Taala has favorite alladhina tilaka Latina and

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What is the what is the evidence for the evidence for that is the statement of Allah subhanaw taala. So to me Selma,

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what was hula? hula ecoman Latina and I'm alone, meaning the V no a C D and I was sure that he was sorry him. Well Hassan Noda econavi Yukon, Alaska data says, and these I mean this I, and whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger, whoever obeys Allah and the messenger

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for Allah, He Kemal, Edina, and then they are with the ones whom Allah has favored. same word, and I'm telling that

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they are with the ones whom Allah is favorite from amongst the Prophets, and the sit between those who are sincere and truthful.

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And the martyrs and the righteous, and that is excellent company. That is excellent company. So in this ayah, too, when we say when we say Dino Sierra, Mr. Team, guy guide us to that straight path, the path of those whom you have favorite, and also shows the importance of keeping good company, because you're asking a lot to put you on the path of the people who are who are favored by Lewis Hamilton.

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Here here, what is this path again, what is the summary of this path, it is the path of those whom Allah subhana wa tada has blessed with sound knowledge and righteous actions,

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then, then, and as the Arab say, will be linked via text me usually,

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when we know the opposite of something, then that thing becomes clear. So when you want to talk about light, sometimes you talk about dark.

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Because light becomes that much clearer that concept of light becomes that much clearer when you know what dark is and vice versa.

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So here,

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along with asking Allah to guide you to the straight path, and again, again, this is this is the combination the manifest manifestation of what yaquina state because we are seeking a laws aid when we say Dino suit often Mr. T, we're asking a law for his help. And being on the straight path

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is help to the straight path.

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Not the path,

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those who have earned your anger,

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Lee, nor those who have gone astray those who are lost,

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who are the malubay and if the straight path is that path, which combines between knowledge and action, the know that the path of those who have earned the laws anger are those who know and do not act according to their knowledge. These are those who have earned a lot of anger. Those who know and those who do not, but but do not act according to their knowledge. And the province of the law it was Selim gave us example of whom they are, when he said that they are the Jews.

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But it is not restricted to the Jews this, this path, this path is for anyone

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who has knowledge of what Eliza gel requires of them, but does not act according to that knowledge

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and the bonding when they went off on a different

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path. And that is that they devoted themselves

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to the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala to a degree without having knowledge of what aligns with your wanting from them in the first place, and without seeking the knowledge of what Allah subhana wa tada wanted from them in the first place, like we see with the Christian monks,

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who dedicate themselves so they say to the worship of Allah subhanahu wa tada by not getting married, by avoiding some of the pleasures of this life, but in a manner that Allah Subhana Allah did not legislate and therefore, there is no reward in that.

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And so we see that the path of those who have gone astray.

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They have gone astray, either in the area of knowledge that they didn't have any or they went astray. Danny from the sirata muster team, they want to stray in the area of action that is that they had knowledge, but they did not act according to their knowledge.

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So here, we

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here we see the importance of seeking a loss of hand with the eyelids eight,

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in worshiping Him.

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Some people, some people when they recite in Dino, a lot on the Mr. Team, Guide us to the straight path.

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Some people have looked at that as being problematic. who reads this is

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a non believer or believer,

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the believer. This is the one who resorted facha is praying in a sly reading. So it's a fact and he's saying and he hasn't he already been guided to the straight path.

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This is the question that comes to some people's minds. So why is it that we're constantly saying, Dino say lots of new stuff, we're already on the straight path The last minute Allah will have by his favorites upon us has already guided us to Islam. So why do we keep asking to guide us to the straight path and that is because there is a misconception of the totality of the meaning of the straight path.

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If we look at the straight path,

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because some of them have said the straight path is Islam, the straight path is the Koran, the straight path is the path that leads to gender. But if we look at the more comprehensive meaning of the straight path, then we see that it is that path that combines between beneficial and sound knowledge and righteous actions and every Muslim needs that more than they need their food and drink.

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You need that guidance from Allah subhanaw taala to give you the knowledge that you need to be able to worship him correctly and in all of your affairs for that matter.

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And you need for him to give you the tofi to implement that knowledge

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that he gives you the will and the desire that he puts you on that path. You need that more than you need drink and water. This do I this is a do I

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this is a do I that we make fatty has do I

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and it starts with the etiquette of Dr. With that praising of a loss of Hannah who want to add before we just go into the aspect of itself.

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If a Muslim makes do I

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but he's not conscious of what he's saying, How can he expect his do it to be accepted? If a person is rushing through Fatiha 17 times a day you ask a law for this for you ask him to put you on that straight back. You ask you're asking him for beneficial knowledge and righteous actions to be righteous.

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If that is going on 17 times, but you're not thinking about what you're saying.

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Then how can it possibly benefit? The one who was saying it?

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When the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said in the law last that he will do i mean colbyn hafid Allah

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Allah azza wa jal does not accepted. That comes from our heart. That is golf, it's neglectful. It's not even paying attention to what it's saying it's being unmindful.

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That's not attentive.

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So if one

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is there a do

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that there is more important than Fatiha? Absolutely not. Absolutely not.

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Even the DUI that we talked about yesterday, is very similar in meaning to fighting Aloma, aniela decreto srikalahasti redditor are laughing at me and thanking you remembering you and worshiping you properly. Isn't that included in Dino said often,

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there is no more important than fact.

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For that reason, allies were obligated for us to say it at the beginning of every slide, because the things that are most important for us. Eliza del

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gives it to us in abundance.

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What does a human being need to stay alive, even more than water?

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you breathe effortlessly. This is an AMA from Allah subhanaw taala By the way, by the way,

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and we should be conscious of this.

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Because and we should and we should as well as a side point not directly related to Fatiha. But we should get ourselves accustomed to visiting the sick

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because it will remind you of the favors that Allah has given you and the gifts that He has given you that many times we take for granted until you go to the hospital. And you see people on oxygen masks that cannot breathe without some type of apparatus then use that is when you begin to think about how great a NEMA being able to breathe this

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or if something happens to you.

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You get

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Hate unexpectedly, and it knocks the wind out of you and you, you freeze up.

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That's when you realize that you've had a lot just this Nima of being able to breathe, but we need to breathe. And so Eliza has given us an abundance of air.

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We need that. So lies with Joe has given it to us abundantly.

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Water after air allies has given it to us in abundance. In fact, 75% of the Earth is water, that doesn't mean you can drink it all.

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But the point is that it is available in abundance water.

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So the thing is that we need most allies without instructs us to that there is no doubt

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that we need more than Fatiha. And therefore, lies instructed us to say it at least 17 times a day.

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More than any other day that a person makes in a day, but you have to be conscious that you're making.

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This is not a point of you're just standing just saying words

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then there is little chance that it will bring about the benefit that you are looking for in sorta tel Fatiha so hopefully we understand this concept.

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Hopefully we understand these concepts. When we think about sorta tel Fatiha and I, I pray and I hope that when you resort to till fatty have from now on that at least some of these meanings are present in your mind. And that is not just something that you want to get over or get quickly you want to move on to the next suit or whatever it is. But that fatty hat is the greatest source of endocrine. And when you say al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen. Remember that a law says Hamid any Abdi my servant has praised me and thanked me.

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When you say by him remember that Allah says

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My servant has extolled me has praised me.

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He Deena

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Maliki ami, Dean Majid, any of the remember that aligns with the day this is like a conversation, the time when you are in direct communication with Allah subhana wa Tada. And notice, notice how the Sora is seven is seven is and that aligns with Devon mentioned and this hardeeville could see that he split it in half, half for the servant, and half for loss of hematology. The first three is our four who is Allah says

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the last three is a monster theme. So also Latina and I'm tired even later my movie I didn't want a body for those who split up like that is it isn't this Heidi? Those three is

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the servant

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that says in this cookie,

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the ID This is the man's head. And for my sermon is that what he asked for? That leaves one IRA, right? We have 3434 the server that leaves the one in the middle EOC. And

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the first half is for law. The second half is for the servant. And that's why I said after this, he said had that benei ouabain id well the abdomen said, this is between me and my servant, and for my servant is that which he asked for. So three and a half for less than three and a half for the servant. Anyway, these are some of the meanings that Allah has made easy for us to discuss as it relates to sort of tell Fatiha Of course for one who pond is over this sort of there are many, many, many other meanings that come out. But hopefully this is enough for us to begin to reprogram ourselves

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when we resort to fatsia and ponder over its meanings and recognize that we are making dua and asking Allah subhana wa tada to give us beneficial knowledge and righteous actions and likewise acquire Likewise, when a person makes it is not becoming it is not befitting for him to go against his

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daddy for him to intentionally do something that is against his law. So if a person says

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Oh Allah

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bless me with halau wealth, lawful wealth.

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He cannot then go after that is not fulfilling for him to go after that and sell alcohol for example, knowing that it's hot, he has a speakeasy or some type of bar that he's running.

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Now if you ask a lot, you ask a lot for a righteous spouse.

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And then you don't make any type of effort to find them.

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spouse, you asked a loss of Hannah who would tada and this here in Dino Siddhartha mustafi, to guide you to the straight path, that path of beneficial knowledge and righteous action and then directly after Salah directly after making that you go do something that you know is not from righteous actions that is not from the sirata muster team that you ask the law to bless you to be a part of this I also

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this sutra in general is a reminder for us every time that we say it to remain on the right path. We'll lower it

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