Tawakkul – Ubudiyyah #16

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hamdulillah number one a stain on a stone. When I was learning we should only know fusino ch er Marina, Mayor De La Villa de la la forma Youngblood hora de la, la la la la la la, la la sharika was shadow Ana Mohammed Abu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was talking to your sentiments, I seem like at the end of the day, I'm a dean. And my bad, we're on page 83, in this particular copy of Judea, being a true slave of Allah subhanho wa Tada. And, inshallah, today, we're going to, hopefully get to page 86, cover a few subtitles, and then that's going to leave about 25 pages or so that we still need to cover. And inshallah we're going to do, we're just going to take two days in

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August, and we're going to work through the rest of the 25 pages inshallah, so that in September, we can start one of the books or even Okay, and being the lights on,

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which we'll see in the last 25 pages after we cover today is that it's more, there aren't really new concepts being introduced. But shaker is Sam is building on some of the earlier concepts that were mentioned in in the book.

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So it's not necessarily repetitive, but it's also not brand new material, just building out some of the concepts in the law. So inshallah, today we're going to start

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on page 83, where it says a lot, the creator, a lot, the creator and remember,

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that was a long time ago. But the question, what was the question that she called his name was asked, Why did he write this book?

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I'm not letting question.

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What question was Yes? Why? Why in the first place, write a book about servitude.

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All right, let's take a step. Let's go back.

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We said that meat can mean two different things, right.

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What are they? What are the two different things that it refers to?

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We said a lab is an avid or more abit which means what?

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right one is a avid is one who worships and my bed is one who is subjugated to right. So, so is is under the control of something else. Right, subjugated to them. And so that's why sometimes

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when the Shahada is translated, which had to end the Mohammed then what I had to do who wore a suit, and his worshiper and His Messenger instead of his slave, and his message, but saying that it's his slave, that's also fine.

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Because the reality is, is that we're talking here about servitude at the end of the day, we're talking about being a slave of Allah subhana wa Tada. And in this sense, him being a slave to a loss of human child,

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doesn't mean that he's just subjugated in the sense that it's against his will. Obviously, the prophet Isaiah sighs was said and surrendered his will to the will of Allah Subhana. Who, when China, but if a person translated, as you know, he is the worshipper and messenger have a lot. That's, that's also fine. The point is here Shaykh was saying to me about him, Allah was asked something he didn't write this book for no reason. Right. So what was that question, ma'am?

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He was asked about one idea, and

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I said, what was

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the first command that no crime?

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Yeah, you have NASA, Europa, komenda, the Holocaust. molybdenum and coverly.

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Oh, my God. Oh, mankind, worship, or obudu. Rebecca, worship your Lord who created you and those who came before you? What is the meaning of burn wood? Or Voodoo? What does that mean? What does it mean to actually worship a lot and that's why he wrote this book. Right? So this book is actually a very long tipsy. You have one iron.

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Lady come and then the questioner further asked is that obaldia is that the highest station that a person can can achieve that a person can aspire?

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Or is there something beyond an over the and that is why she was saying also wanting to talk about certain groups who have strayed away from the teachings of the Prophet it is Salatu was sent in and taught that there was something beyond, you know, servitude to a loss. In fact, the person can get to such a station that is so close to a loss of habitat and their theory, or their claims that they don't have to worship a lot anymore. All right, so this was, you know, why he also expanded on or expanded on some of some of those things like

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I say that take keep in mind all the time as we read this book, how does this relate to to the original question I was asked, so that is what we're going to be talking about today, inshallah, and hopefully, we'll get to where we need to get to. Now Father,

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Father, Mohammed

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Rahman r Rahim, salatu salam ala rasulillah

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shangela stanimir Tamia by Milan,

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all the Creator, although he may create things through certain means is still the Creator, the one who decrees which should be So, the means depends on a law just as mandates. So, here.

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sacristan is bringing us back to issues of

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where should your dependence B. And as we know, tawakkol is one of the most important forms of a bandit. In fact, it is so important that Allah Subhana, Allah often singles it out, like, for example, In a statement, he and I will do what yakka Next time, that is the honor seeking the laws help is from a taco, right. So a taco is a form of eBay that very badly doesn't happen without a token. Right? And so it's so important that Allah Subhana, Allah often mentions it, you know, independently. So, here,

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shape shakoora Stan was drawing our attention to the fact that even though there are, there's the whole system of cause and effect, right, so there are causes, and those causes bring about, bring about an effect. He's saying here, that although Allah fantatic creates things through means through other mediums, right, Allah fantatic is still ultimately the the Creator. So we came about how because Allah created us with his hands, right? No, because you have parents

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and allies will created you through what, through the medium of your parents who were created through the medium of their parents. Now, the first of mankind was created by lost fans on his hands, the muscle up to be a day yet, he said to the shape line, what is it that is prevented you from what from making such depth from prostrating to that which I have created? Or to he who I've created with, with my hands, man, I can touch to the man how not to be there. So the first of mankind was created directly from a loss of habitat, the rest of mankind was created through mediums, right? But alliance with Hell is the ultimate creator. And there's cause and effect and

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that's what he's going to be talking about here. So the means depend on a law just as, and I don't think that's what it says in Arabic to be honest with you.

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So yeah, that's that's not what it says.

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Add open your book to page.

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A second.

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I'm sorry.

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Open your book to page 53.

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Bottom paragraph, although God creates things through causes read that

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notice the difference between what's being read there and was being read here that that that's actually a much better translation. So here it says although he may create things through certain means he is still the Creator, the one who decrees what should be so the means depend on a law just as men does law. It says here, although God creates things through causes, He is the Creator and determiner of each cause, keep going,

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every cause.

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Just as the need of

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a cause, right? So the cause is in need of Allah Subhana Tada. Just as the need of any effect is for the cause. So the desired result that you want for something, the effect needs a what

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needs a cause, that that, that the same way that the effect depends upon the cause the cause depends upon a loss of habitat, you understand? So ultimately it all depends on Allah as this, this is actually an important point that the author is trying to make for reason and I mentioned it in a second inshallah keep going, I'm gonna like to read from there for me because this part is important. Yeah, there is not a cause alone

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there is

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there is not a cause.

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created being independent of action, or capable of deflecting harm. Rather, every cause is in need of another cause that helps it and repels any harm, opposing it and working against it. Only God glory be to Him is fully free from what is other than he, okay. Right there being no partner to help him in no opposition to challenge him or resistance or that this, this is the point that the author is trying to make, that only allows him Hannah, who would to add it is totally independent of everything else. Right? And why is this important? Because it Because ultimately,

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the as the author has mentioned many times before, your heart needs to be attached to a loss of hand with Allah alone. And therefore Allah has has forbade that anything, be independent of action and not in need of anything else. Therefore, your heart shouldn't be attached to anything else, except for loss mentality, because there is nothing else that acts independently. So if we think about it, for example,

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farmer wants to grow his crops. Okay.

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What's needed for those crops to grow?

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Okay, so you got to start with seeds. Good. And the seeds need to be good. Okay.

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What kind of dirt? Any kind of

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has to be good soil, as well. So So now we've got seeds, and we've got good soil. That's enough. No, they still needs to be some. So you can't get attached to I need good soil, you can't, you won't just be attached to the soil because that having good soil is what's not enough, then what else do you need? You need rain, you need some type of irrigation system. Right? So now, I mean, obviously, before modern irrigation systems, they would be totally dependent upon the rain coming from a loss of Hamlet's data, but even so, you still need some kind of water, even if it's water from the well. Right? time. And then that's it, right? But, son, okay, if you have the good seeds, the soil, the

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rain, and the sun, and you're set right?

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Now, because these are the causes that bring it about, but then you still need, what in tifab, mowlana, you still need all of the things that could possibly destroy your crops to not be there.

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So what happens just when you thought you were good, and then a swarm of locusts come through or something like that, you have no control over that. So it's not just and so a last minute added

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out of out of his kindness and mercy to us doesn't allow us to get attached to any one thing because there is no one thing that can act independently. So Helen, you a person may have committed a crime or may not have committed a crime, but was accused of it. Okay, and they go hire the best lawyer, the connected one, you know, that one, right, that knows the judge.

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But it's, it's not just, it's not enough, because the lawyer by himself can't do anything. He still even if it was a bench trial, he still needs the one, he still needs the judge judge had a heart attack,

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retire now. So in a still again, you know, there is nothing, nothing, period no independent, there is no cause that acts independently. That doesn't have another cause that causes it, except for loss of habitat. Right. And so, the author is highlighting this point,

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so that the heart can be free, because as he mentioned before, and True huria True freedom is freedom of the heart, that the heart be attached to a loss of antibiotic and to Allah alone.

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second paragraph which says the law is the only one who has no need of any

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laws, the only one who has no need of anything else. He has no partner.

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him he must work and no opposite, he must resist and oppose. He says, say you see you then the things that you invoke besides a law, can they if I allow them some penalty for me remove his penalty, or he will some grace for me, can they keep back?

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Say Sydney

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sufficient has to be a lot

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of me and him trust those who put their trust in Him trust those who put their trust has to be aligned, ie, no further telechelic Tokido. Right. So the, the, the author here is backing up his point, which is, and that's also important, as we, as we read through these texts, is a claim. And then there's what is evidence for that claim. And that is the methodology I had a sooner, and that's what you should get used to when reading any book, period. If there's a claim made, there should be evidence for the claim. Otherwise, and it doesn't mean that the claim is wrong, if it doesn't have evidence. In fact, most of the books that are taught especially like,

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like beginner's fit books, for example, were they just trying to teach you to be able to have a conception of the issue at hand?

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What they call it to silver, understanding the issue at hand, they're not going to give you evidence for each point, because you'll get lost, right? So the idea is just to teach you

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the the concepts. But when we start talking about what should I believe, right? And even what should I do down the line, obviously, doesn't stop just because somebody said, This is what you should do, there needs to be evidence for that claim. That evidence may be a specific iron from the Quran, and maybe a specific Heidi, or maybe general principles of Islam, but there has to be some type of, of evidence for a claim that's being made. One of the beautiful things about this book, the author, when he makes his claims, it's usually followed by the legal or preceded by, by the evidence, and then he extracts that the point that he wants to make. So here

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a lot of hammer data, is saying here, that if somebody wants to harm you, he's telling the Prophet I need to select to send him to say that those things that you call upon besides Allah, those things that you make, do it and that you invoke besides Allah, if they wanted to, if allies or Joe wanted to bring some harm to me, wanted to test me, could they remove his heart?

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If he wants to give me some of his armor, and His mercy? Can they take that mercy away? Absolutely not. Cold has to be Allah, then Allah sufficient for me, I don't need to call upon anything else. Because it is the last panel to add it, who is the one that will test me or remove that test for me and give me some give me from his mercy, not.

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If the law touch you with affliction, none can remove it, but he, if he touch you with happiness, he has power all thing, not

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a great brand.

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Oh my people, I am indeed free from your guilt of giving partners to alone. For me, I have set my face sparingly and truly towards him. He created the heavens and the earth and never should I give partners to a lot of people dispute with him. So this is this is the story of Abraham, as it comes to salt Atlanta, where

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where he first talked about seeing a a star up in the sky, and he said, that's my Lord. And then when the star went away, he said that will hit will athlete. I don't like those things that turn away and go away. Right? And then he saw the moon and he said, This is my Lord, it's bigger. Right? looks real big. And then when that went away, he said, if a law doesn't guide me, I'm going to be from amongst those who are straight. He's What is he doing? He's drawing his people's attention his people we're we're, we're worshipers of the stars, right of celestial bodies. And he's trying to show them like this doesn't make any sense that when that you worship, it goes away. Why? Why would

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I worship that? Right? And then next Oh, that's a nice big one. But that also went away. So I would I worship that and then the sun was out. So Okay, there we go. And then when the sun went down, he said, that's it. I'm free of everything that you all worship except for except for Allah. Except for look a little different.

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He said, Come you to dispute with me about a lot of

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self has guided me. I fear not.

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You associated with a law unless my lord knows nothing can happen is those who believe in confused not to believe it's wrong, yet they are truly in security for the right guidance type this this I hear, and this is the point that the author is is bringing

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Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam, he says to his people, okay for half a minute. Why would I fear that which you have set up as partners with the last pensado? Well, that's a half moon and the commercial from below. And you don't fear that you are committing shirt with Allah, because basically they're trying to scare him off you don't worship it so panela You know,

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this is not just people who worship

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stars and things like that. It many people who have gone through that journey of leaving Christianity and becoming Muslim in families trying to scare them away from worshipping Christ, turning your back on Christ, this is what's going to happen to you. You know?

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What am I going to fear that which you have set up as a partner with the loved one to have fun and the stock tumbling, and you don't fear that you are committing * with Allah, madam unison viaticum so far, that which He has sent no authority down for you to do? And he's your Creator, and he's your sustainer and he's the one who provides for your managers to creation. Why Why would I fear which, which which you have set up as a partner. So then, and we get to the point where Allah Subhana Allah says in Edina, MN while I'm young be Sui, Manoj homido. Those who believe and did not mix the man with any form of

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any form of wrongdoing or they have not mixed the man with wrongdoing is what it says. He made a home bid on hula, hula, hula, it is those people who will feel safe, they will have safety or homework to do and they are the ones who are guided again, those who believe those who have Amen. Those who have faith and do not mix their faith with

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leave that is done for right now. It is those who will have safety and are rightly guided not read the next Heidi

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sherkin around doing an Elsa hit ratio.

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Yeah, sorry. Hey, yes.

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It is recorded from a Dumbo. I don't know I don't know that when this was revealed the competitors in the messengers all of a sudden found it difficult. They said almost a dribble ball. Which of us does not confuse his belief with Rome. He said no, that refers to Should Have you not heard the words of the righteous slave. false worship is indeed the highest wrongdoing.

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false worship should.

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But I don't I don't.

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I mean, should is, should is false worship but is all false worship Should I mean, even if a person worship, it's a loss of how to add it in a way that he did not legislate.

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Even if that person is sincere, that's still false worship.

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Even though it's not, even though it's not shook, right? In any event, let's let's unpack this because this part right here is is a is really important.

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So he says those who have Amen, and don't mix their Amen. with Don, they will have what emin, they will have safety. There is a direct correlation between a man and me and he faith and safety both in this life and in the next. The Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam some Muslim men Salim al Muslim, Mona melissani, he will write the Muslim is the one who other Muslims are selling and he's using that the other Muslims find peace from his from his tongue in his hand. Okay. And then he says, while min min Emina who and NASA min Emina who and NASA at the mighty hammer and ydm and the believer is the one who other believers or actually says who other people have emin right as it relates to their lives,

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their persons, their blood, and their wealth. Right. So, the prophet Isaiah slides we sent him says the Mothman is the one who provides me right for people. He provides a feeling of safety as it relates to the lives and the property. That's that's a movement and the name of a loss of health.

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Data is L movement.

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Right? A lot of heads out. It's a movement. So okay, how do you translate on movement? How do you translate movement?

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A believer.

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A last name is a movement would you translate? What do you say? He is the believer?

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tion What's that mean?

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To me now, here's a moment.

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What's the mean?

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I just told you.

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He provides What? Me? He provides that safety and security. So Hannah was that. Right? So the the profit is that it was selling so well. minuman Emina who Nando Allah and wearing him What? Oh.

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So there's a connection between a man and me, man and, and safety. And that part is important because the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, also negated. Amen. For people who don't feel safe or not secure from your heart. Probably some Say what? What La, la, la la la, la, la. He said by law he doesn't believe by law. He doesn't believe by law. He doesn't believe they said who are messenger of Allah? The Prophet sallallahu wasallam said men lay yet men who Zhao who by equal to one whose neighbor is not safe from his heart.

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That person doesn't add

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to the privacy some negated Amen. Obviously here is the gaining the perfection of emails not saying that this person is a calf. Right.

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The The point here is that we start to see this correlation between faith and that sense of that sense of security. And what is

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important to recognize also as it relates to this particular AI is that a lot of hands Anna says those who believe in don't mix their faith those their Eman with volume. And volume is why

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any wrongdoing right, any transgression for Avalon and Sue says Shaka daddy caught us having to be selected. Like they took that really hard because they went to the proxies. I'm saying which one of us may have limb nafsa who which one of us does not do what? Wrong himself? So it's important to understand that though is three levels or three categories who knows them?

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Go ahead.

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If you give me one well Oh, can about only bobbin but here I can work together on it.

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Okay, if a person sees him doesn't reprint that's a form of wrongdoing but

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Okay, so that that would probably be the way a person doing to him or herself play.

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Okay, and then there's done to others, right? Like this too.

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And the one who sets up rivals to a loss of anxiety, I need a shirt. Right so that the highest form of volume is it should the the greatest form of wrongdoing is to associate partners with a lump sum Hannah who was added, right? And then followed by wronging, the creation of Allah subhana wa Tada, that's the second category and wronging yourself, which is the third category. So the companions at that particular when they heard it, they were saying which one of us doesn't wrong himself and therefore is not going to have safety and not have guidance. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as it comes here says Have you not heard the statement have allowed the solid the righteous

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servant mean and look man

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when he said to his son in the sugar level, Muna D and D should is great wrong doing so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is letting them know that the one who doesn't have any form of security and no guidance is the one who commits who meets a loss parents have you know, a pie shaped committee shirt with him Suppan was at

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But what we also understand

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is that one's guidance and one's feeling of safety and one security in the here actor is proportionate to their ridding themselves of the any kind of them. So, a person who wrongs himself

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has a deficient safety and deficient guidance, a person who wrongs others according to how much wrong they are doing. But then the gation of 11, which is security and the negation of guidance, is only when a person does what commits should with Allah Subhana, which at the prophet Isaiah site was said and said to my attorney might have to lay out a value of a heck of a lot. Do you know what the rights of the servants are over a law, the rights of Allah over his servants, and is in the rights of the servants of Allah? And, and the Prophet it is something that was sent and went on to tell him that the right of Allah His servant, is that he worships Him and does not do what commit any ship

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whatsoever, and the right of the servants upon Allah? Is that a law not punish those who

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who worship and who have not committed any shirt with

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that being said,

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the second form is very important as well. And that is to avoid wronging others avoid the thoughts of others, because because a lot of parents it has left it up to them

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to either forgive you or take the rights back

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and has not gotten in the way and your loss. pantalla has left that to his servants. And so the profit is Salatu was Salam said, Luna, many Muslims, you know, the bankrupt one, as they say is the birthday. So it's a prophecy somebody is the one who doesn't have any, any dyrham Medina, and he doesn't have any gold or silver. He doesn't. He's broke. And the problem is, I don't say he's the one who comes on your middle pm or with hacer net like the jiba. Right? His his good deeds are like mountains. As it comes on Yama piano, he says, but he slandered this one. And he talked about that when he hit this one sefer could be mad, and he spilt the blood of that one. Right. So So this one

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takes from his good deeds, and this one takes from his good deeds. And so he looked like he had a whole lot panela and you think about

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I mean, you see those people who commit suicide on Wall Street, you know, they start off the day, they got all this money, the stock is up in the roof somewhere. And something happens in the stack. And he thought he thought he was a millionaire

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turned out in a matter of hours, he's broke. Right? So this is the Brill bankrupt person, because he comes on you're on the piano and it looks like he said, but because of the wrong that he's done to other people, and they didn't forgive him and it's why the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said Whoever has with his brother some Muslim or some some type of you know, oppression, some wrongdoing that was between them, then let him fix it today. Before the day comes when it's not about the dinar in the direction, and notice they set the dinar and again, because most of the problems that people have in this life all is about money.

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Right? This one didn't pay me back this one didn't do this. This one stole my money. This one I think he did whatever. So but it's not just that. And it can it can boil down to you know, no harm in a person's honor, fix that stuff in this line, fix it here, for the day comes in. It's not about the dinar in the deal. So it's another form of wrong doing the wrong going that one does to to him or herself. Allies was jealous before he is Rahim, subhana wa Tada. He is all forgiving, He is merciful, and gives us the opportunity to repent. And the person who repent, it's like he never committed the sin in the first place and I held against him. And on top of that, the repentance is

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counted as a good deed. So the bad deed gets wiped out. And the repentance comes and takes his place as a good deal. So panela and that is from the mercy of Allah Subhana Allah and the prophet Isaiah select with Sansa, lumentum wife and in the Mujahideen, they all have this oma will be pardoned except for those who blatantly and openly commit these things and just have no shame about it. Right. So the believer who falls into some sins, right, but they seek a lot of hands on his forgiveness, then allies will forgive them. And that's why it's important as well.

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that people realize and especially those who who speak to people, that you don't make them lose hope in the mercy of Allah subhana wa tada and don't make them feel that just because they have committed a sin even if that sin is a major sin that they don't love Allah subhana wa Tada.

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No doubt, a person who has

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total love for loss of habitat. They've reached that that level of perfecting the love of a lost pet, and they're not going to fall into major sins. That's true. But the difficulty

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See in love of Allah subhanaw taala does not mean that the love is non existent. Right and so a person should not just say well you know, if you if you do that it means you don't love a loss

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it's important because you may cause a person to despair and we shouldn't push people into despairing from the mercy of Allah Subhana Allah and realize that aligns with juggling His mercy outweighs his his other. Right? That allies are juggling. I mean, even when you look at his names with Hannah horchata the names that are on the side of mercy of watchmen and why Haman look forward and to Webb and Latif right, that those are much more than, than the names that indicate his his revenge and his his anger, but a loss of hands added, just as he is, you know,

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He is merciful, he is also should do a con. Right, he is also severe and punishment. So it's not something we want to play with. But the point is, that for those who are, you know, instructing other people, don't make them lose hope in the mercy of a loss, or make them feel like they don't love Allah. Right. So you think about the man

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who came who was brought to the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam for for public intoxication. Right?

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publicly drunk.

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And one of the companions, Atlanta Hola, maxima, it's me and my law person, how many times he come like this. In other words, this wasn't his first time being brought to the prophet Isaiah selected with Sudan for public drunkenness. He was a repeat offender.

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Right? wasn't his first time. He's like a lot of cursing.

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And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, Don't curse. All I know is that he loves alone his message.

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He's a drunk.

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Right, which is a major sin, which is the major sin but the Prophet is also saying or firm that he loves Allah and His messenger. So it's possible that a person does commit major sins or commits a major sin. And it is still loves alone. And he still loves the deen of Islam. And he needs help for that turning the shape on it don't don't help to say fine, I need to, you know, lead this person astray. And take them by the hand and try to bring them back to to what is you know, more beloved to Allah subhana wa tada and his messengers some of the level it was like

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brene Brown him.

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Last point I want to make here before we get to Brahim, the man with to heat

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is that.

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Notice that in the midst who said that this was difficult for the companions, when this ayah was revealed, right? Why was it difficult? I'm sorry.

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Why was it difficult? Yeah.

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Right, because they felt like wait a minute.

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We want security from Allah and we want to be guided but which one of us hasn't? Hasn't wronged himself? Right? So it really did cause them some Distress. What did they do?

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What did they do? So this is how they understood that I.

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They went to the Prophet it assigned to CNN for clarity.

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And there is no instance in Islam, where we have any texts that caused any bit of confusion, if you will, or perhaps could have been misunderstood, except that the companions asked the prophet Isaiah salado Sammy, he taught them the meaning. That was his job, I needed somebody to sit in. And that was the answer of the drive, he would all he

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right, we talked about he brought him with us all by him on his son him again. But when when he finished building the tablet, with his my head, and they said no, but whenever I see him Rasulullah minim yet squarely at the moment keytab will hit meta will use a key shoot, yet so Allah him is one that he they asked a lot to send amongst their offspring. Right. And all of the Arabs are from the children arm is my

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son sent from amongst the offspring, a messenger from amongst them, and this was in Mecca, that they made this a messenger from amongst them, reciting to you to recite it to them, you're a pet, and teaching them

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reciting to them and what and teaching them. So the job of the messenger is alive was sent in was both he recited to them the book and they memorize that book, and they pass that book down the way that they received it. And that is a lost parent that is preservation of the book. And the Prophet is allowed to sit and also taught them the book. So it wasn't just recitation, but he taught them to meanings. And so there was nobody understood the book.

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loss of habitat better than the companions of the Prophet it is and it was sent him because he taught them directly. And that's why it's important for us not to try to come and say, Oh, you know, we need a reformation, like the Christians, hey, I mean either, you know, a real, whether they call it new interpretation of the crime, right, and so forth. Now,

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we need to understand the crime, the way that it was revealed to the prophet Isaiah SelectUSA, and the way that he taught his his companions. And if we learn it, that way, we're going to find that balance, we're gonna find it relevant, and so forth. The people who say, you know, that there is extremism in the Quran, none of that is there is no extremism. And what the prophet is slanted toward his campaigns is extremist extremism in your mind that the way that you may have interpreted the crime, but not in the reality of what the Quran means. And so it's important for us to seek out that's our job is to seek out the meanings of the Quran, the way that it was taught to the

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companions of the messengers like Salaam, because that was his job he taught them. And, you know, it's not for us to go around that and make up our own interpretation, because that would basically be saying that they didn't know what it means. And it took 1400 years for the Muslims to figure out what the crime meant.

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And they didn't understand what it meant back then. And approximately, some didn't really teach them that well. And so it's up, it's up to us, you know, in the 21st century, to come and reinterpret to have a modern day, there we go, a modern interpretation of the crime. So panela, once you open up that door, you can't you can't close it. No.

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Say No. You

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have to he, whenever I run a sit down beside a close friend of a law, and you ma'am, the sincere honeydukes was sent as a prophet the earth was filled with the religion of the mushrikeen. law said, and remember that Ibrahim was tried by his Lord with certain commands which he fulfilled. He said, I'll make you any nut. So here it says, try by his Lord with certain commands, be keti Max, he be Kenny met. And with that literally translates it literally translates as with words, right?

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And the professor he say, and he built a family when no way. So Ibrahim was tried by law

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with commands and prohibitions, and he fulfilled that, in other words, he, he abided by them, he abided by so he fulfilled those commands, and he avoided the prohibitions of a loss. pansonic that's what that means. Sharla No. He said, I will make you an email to the nation's caller in need Jerry locally nasty imama a law says, I'm going to make you even on him and Eman to mankind to mankind as a whole. Now, he played in an also from my offspring. So Ibrahim, when realizing that a loss pensado had exalted Him, to make him and he meant for all of the people, he said, He's begging the law now, and also for my offspring, make make from amongst them, he mams as well make them he memes. Now, he

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answered, my promise is not within the reach of evildoers. So Allah Subhana Allah responded by letting Ibrahim know that from amongst your offspring, they are going to be those who are righteous and pious, but there are also going to be those who are not, they're going to be those who are from the body moon, Yanni from the mushy coo. Which is odd at Nobu, whatever kita. But last time, I said we made from amongst his Luria, or we put in his Doria, the new Buddha, all of prophethood and the keytab. In the books, all of the profits that we know about are from the lineage of Ibrahim, because Ibrahim had two sons, who are they

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is my land. And this has, in all of the profits that we know about in the book of a loss. data are from the lineage of his hack, except for Mohammed bin Abdullah saliva samples from the lineage of Ishmael.

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And so Allah, Allah put in his lineage and Nobu attend one keytab. Now,

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a law explained that this covenant of leadership does not extend to evildoers. So,

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so Allah azza wa jal is telling Ibrahim, that being an Imam, any any man is someone you tend to be someone who should be followed that that is only for

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Those who are righteous those who have suffered and those who have your team

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and that that does not extend to the lolly moon, that they should not be in charge. So some of them have Assyrian have actually said that though this ayah is informing us where last minute data says my promise is not within the reach of or does not extend to the law, the moon that it is actually, the meaning of it is actually a name, that there's a there's a prohibition or taking a volume as an Amen. And to the point that some of the scholars of Tafseer said that this includes a shadow a witness in the court this includes a robbery of Hadith, right that anybody who is a wrong door should not be included in that and then we don't take them as a leader in anything.

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For all law does not say that an evil door may be an email and the worst of evil is shake. A ball says Abraham was indeed a model devoutly obedient to a long and true and faith and enjoying not God's will not so they translate it. Okay, go ahead. Yeah, I see it.

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In translators model right in the Ibrahim acana oma Ibrahim was an oma what is what do we normally when we think about Omar what do we think of a nation like a whole lot of people but Omar has different meanings. And here as you can see, the oma means one who you tend to be you tend to be and was you know, followed in emulate it

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means a teacher of good who is taken as an example to follow

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allows primatologists episode Prophethood, and the book upon his programming, project, his progeny. And the prophets sent after him were sent in his footsteps with the same message. The law says so we have taught you the inspired message, follow the ways Ibrahim the true and faith and enjoying not. So okay, so here the the main idea, and we're not going to stop at each eye, though each eye deserves to be stopped that to be honest with you, but we're not going to stop at each time. The the point that the author is trying to make here or that that he's getting across to us. Is that Ibrahim? Are they saying that everybody who came after him all of the prophets who came after him

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were instructed to follow his middle and his way his path? Okay? Or we could loosely translated as his religion. Okay, even though we're not talking about the specifics of the Shinya Ibrahim, but his broad religion, and we talked about that before when we talked about Islam, because we said that Islam in the text comes with three different connotations. Right? What's the first

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Islam lab? So the general Islam, which is what submission to a loss of habitat and with tau E, and E that is that a large region is worshipped alone that we submit to Him subhana wa Adana that we don't worship anything other than him. subhana wa Tada. And all of the prophets came with this Islam. And then there is specific Islam, which refers to the study of Mohammed Salah lohani was, okay, both both belief and practice, right, of Mohammed bin Abdullah is on the line with saddam. And then there is

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right the hadith of gibreel. Right, which is the Islam that is talks about the external rituals of Islam

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as when mentioned, juxtaposed with the Amen, which is the internal beliefs.

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So here is basically just saying so we have taught you

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the inspired method, and it tethered middleware to Ibrahima honey for that which they translated true and faith for honey. So follow the way of Ibrahim, it shouldn't say ways, by the way, should I say follow the ways of evil? Tebbit? middle letter? Ibrahim?

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They should just say way, go to next. Yeah, go ahead. Without a doubt among men, the nearest of kin to Ibrahim are those who follow Him, as are also this prophet, and those who believe and Allah is the Protector of those who have faith. Now, interestingly, I'm not sure what I also did this, but the next is, as you can see as Allium line 67. And this is that was just read as Allium line 68. And actually, it helps for context to start with the second eye here, which is actually the first eye and as it comes in the context of the Quran, so Ibrahim was not a

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You know you're a Christian, right? What I can can a hanifin he was a Hanif and Hanif is one who is has turned away from shirk, towards the worship of Allah Subhana Allah alone and

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can hanifa Muslim men, women can I mean, I must be the key. Okay, so

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a larger job is refuting the claims of those who attach themselves to Ibrahim, even though they claim to be one Jews or they claim to be Christians, a larger Joe says but Ibrahim was not a Jew. And he wasn't a Christian. He was a honey if he was a Muslim, and he was not from amongst the mushrikeen which is also a refutation of Cora ish. And the pagan Arabs who also had some attachment to to Ibrahim, right. Well, my candidate I'm going to key in now olan Nance and then it goes now here those who have the most right to clean Ebrahim, right this is how it translated in olden SME, but our Hema Latina terbaru. Those who immediately followed him, as is this prophet, and those who

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believe in Allah is the Protector of those who have faith. So, in other words, you really don't have a claim that you are because Abraham was not a Jew by any stretch of the imagination. It was not from Benny, it's about him. And he wasn't a Christian. He did not believe that Jesus Christ was his lord and savior. And he didn't believe that Jesus died on the cross for his sins. So he wasn't a Christian mechanic, he brought him on Yahoo, dn, whatever is funnier, so what what claim do you have for him, but he was a Muslim, he submitted to Allah Subhana who attack and worshipped him alone. Now, last time, they say, they say, become Jews or Christians, if you would be guided, say, Nay, the

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religion of Ibrahim the true and he joined no Gods with Allah say we believe in Allah and the revelation given to us and to Ibrahim is married his half Yahoo, and the tribes and that given to Musa and Mesa, and then given to all profits from the Lord, we make no difference between one another of them and we vow to Allah, we make no difference between one and another of them meaning in terms of the message in terms of the message. As for some profits being better and more virtuous than others, there is no doubt about that.

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Till couple Sulu, fog dotnet Baba Hamada Allah, those messages we have made some of them more virtuous than than others. There's no doubt about that.

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It was reported in Elsa here that the Prophet sallahu wa sallam said for Brahim was the best of mankind

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is the best of the prophets after Mohammed Salah Salaam and he's an affiliate of amo and that is by its Mac of the scholars and all of the texts indicate that that Mohammed even have the last of aligning with Sonam is the best of all messages and the best messengers are five and they are

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Miss Mila Hammett and Brahim and that was just my

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Isa Moser in North, not in that order.

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They are all allies me then also, according to the majority of the owner, Matt and he, the first three are are established, Hemis aligned with some of them we brought he moves it and

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then is 15 out of about Isa nor would the majority of them say Isa and then nor are they a miss in terms of further terms of virtue.

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alila law, it was also reporting and US law here that another is nerd and that is Samson, Allah has taken me as a filleted just as he took him but I hit him as a fairly.

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Okay, so so we're going to talk about a deal when we reconvene in shallotte, but the deal is the is from Hola, which is highest level of muhabba the highest level of love. So, so, and the Prophet alayhi salatu was sent as a model on a beanie and he a person is on the way of his honeymoon.

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Some people interestingly, they try to use this

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to say that anybody that they see you with

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basically if that person is

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questionable, right, they try to say,

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Be careful we saw you with so and so by a model while I didn't really

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see him once a year. That's not a deal. And it probably sounds by saying that, right, but if you we would probably you

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I say my right hand man or my bosom buddy or something like that, that's probably the closest thing that you could come up with in English. That means that person and just you have an especially tight, you know, relationship with that that person,

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you're on his day, whether you like it or not, you're going, that person is gonna pull you, you're gonna pull them and you're gonna meet at some medium, because that's the type of relationship that you have. Right? So the Prophet idea is Samantha was sitting here saying,

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a lot took me as his honeymoon, just like he took, he brought him as his colleagues. And so therefore, the proximity send them even though Abu Bakar, the alone time and who was very close with the processing center, he wasn't at the level of a holder, as we'll see. Right. That was for nobody else, that the proximity sort of did not have that space in his heart for anybody except for last Panasonic, and allies with gel purified Ibrahim.

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He purified his heart so that it would be solely for loss of data. And that was through the sacrifice. So an alliance with jail tested him with the sacrifice of his man, who was his oldest child, who was given to him after years of being buried, and not having a child. And so he loved his smile to that point that he lost friends, I wanted to take him as a Hadoop alarm. So Joe, tested him with one sacrifice of, of his mind. But that wasn't intended. In and of itself, the sacrifice of the child was not intended in and of itself. So the fact meaning

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a large scale gets nothing from Ebrahim, knowing what sacrificing his son, but Ibrahim gets something out of the intention to do it, which means that he makes his love purely for last Hamlet's ad, and that's the level that and he only Ibrahim and Mohammed bin Abdullah, somebody who sort of reached that level of of love for Allah subhana wa Tada. Now, he's all of a sudden also said, If I were to take any of the people of this world as Actually, I would have taken a bucket as a family.

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But your companions is no but your companion, meaning I saw him for me, that's what he's really saying. I saw him meaning himself that your companions the Selena law, right? And he said, we do not need any private entrance to the to the masjid without sealing it up, except the private entrance

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here So Sam also said indeed, among the people who came before you, were some who took graves as places of worship, do not take graves as places of worship for I forbid you to do so. What does that have to do with being

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of a law or being

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the if he would have shown the virtue of EPA

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to not leave any door to the messages without sealing it up except for the door, that private insurance of Apple book and then he goes on to say, the privacy some have also said indeed, among the people who came before you were sold to graves, as places of worship did not take graves as places of worship for afrobeat you to do so.

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Come on. I'm giving out Jason

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it's all the same Howdy.

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I'm making it easy for you. I'm answering a free, it's all the same Howdy, I'm not sure why

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is broken up like it's actually different IDs with a heartbeat is actually the same heartbeat and Samus. And so he's just, he's just filling out the heartbeat. So in that same ad, basically, what happened is

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the Prophet idea salatu salam was telling the people the day that he's about to die, that allows kind of data has given him the choice of remaining in this dunya and having its riches, and its beauty and that type of thing like that, or, or go into the next life. And then he began to mention the virtue of a bucket of safety, and that nobody from amongst you all has done for me, whatever book it is, Sylvia has done for me, right, in terms of his companionship and his wealth, that nobody has done it. And so then he goes on to say that if I was to take anybody as a colleague, it would have been able bucket, but Allah has taken me as his colleague, so therefore you can't be there's no

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such thing as having to hellions doesn't end and then he went on to say, that don't close off, close off all seal off all the doors that mean in the private entrances from people's homes to the mansion except for the door of Abu Bakar. And this

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and that and then, and then he said, and this was the prophet Isaiah select with Sam showing us the importance of tawheed and not falling into what the what should be called heaven.

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And into and notice, this was not the way of the Arabs anyway, the Arabs didn't use to worship the graves that wasn't known amongst the air that was known from outside. And so that they saw that when they were in heaven, the Muslims when they, when they were in Abyssinian, because they were Christians there, and they talk to the Prophet is a lot to say about the churches and the idols that they had, you know, the snam, with the statues that they had up in the churches and so on and so forth. And, and also the graves, okay, but this was not something that was really prevalent amongst the amongst the Arabs themselves. All right, so so then the process of learning was some of them,

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you know, went on to say, and beware of taking the board as massage, of taking the graves as massage, and then some other narrations that are a little longer. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam was one of them from falling into what the People of the Book who preceded the Jews, and the Christians fell into, you know, erecting shrines. And then, you know, attributing sainthood to those who are in the shrines and giving them powers that they actually don't have, and believing in those powers and calling on them besides the loss of Hannah who attacked. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is mourning his oma from doing the same.

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We're gonna finish this point, and then we're done.

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All of this is reported,

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and is also reported that he said these things a few days before his death, so they were, they were the final touches to his message. This was the realization of his close friendship being funny with a law, which was based on a love of a lot toward the slave and the love of the slave to the law. Unlike the view of the Gemma here, it should say Jeremy even though it does say jamea, but it should say Jeff media, which they they are an early group of people who totally abandoned the methodology of Islam. Meaning, they they abandoned the sources of, of a stamp even different from how the heritage abandoned the methodology because they at least believe in O'Brien and they and many of

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them also believed in the son of the Prophet It is so much to say, but they left the understanding of the Sahaba and this is what caused them to go straight. After the Jamia, they put their intellects over the text of the Quran and Sunnah. They denied the attributes of a loss of habitat. So he said a law does not love and he does not do this and he does not have mercy and he does not so forth. So

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I mean, that's a discussion for a different day. But the point is that

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the shape of Assam here is affirming the love of Allah subhana wa Tada, which is opposite to the view of those groups like the Jamia and also the mortality level with the night, the love of a loss of habitat and all these attributes for that matter.

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This is also a realization of the meaning of towhee the oneness of Allah, telling them that they should not worship anything sent to him, and rejecting the ideas of those who are similar to his to the machinery key is also a reflection of the referee reputation and the reputation of the ref the raw femur, also known as the Shia, but the more proper name for them as the Lafayette law.

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Rafah don't seek to undermine the position of acidic working and who are the worst of those who claim to be Muslims because of the shirk and worship Valley and other human. So check with Sam and take me out on him a long time he has a 10 volume work calming hands as soon which which details the car ID or the creed of the rafidah as well as their history, how they came about, and really highlighting the how they worship other than a lot so Pentaho was added. And

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panelists so much can be said about that. I know it's time to stop. But the here he's mentioned in two things, number one, it is because the the rafidah are known until today, until today, they are known for traveling to graves. They make hij to the graves of their Emma who they believe and they and they also make techfit of the Sahaba because they say that this habit kets mo and Luciana that is that they intentionally gathered to

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to be conspired to hide the texts that show that I do the law of China and who was the true successor of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam and also all of the other texts that they say exists that would prove their theory of the 12 imams starting with an even heavy topic. And then his son hasn't even ID followed by Hussein a bit ID followed by David and Hussein all the way up to Mohammed bin Hussein. Oh, hello. What do they call the mighty Amman tell them

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And that is that there's this Maddie that is on top. They were waiting for him

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since the year 260 after the original so 1200 years, they say he's still in the cave. shaker. Stan mentioned that during his time that they would travel to the cave. And they would say yeah, Moulin Rouge, or you know, Moeller Come on out. And there are still people that say till today they go at least twice a year to the, to the mouth of the cave, because they say he's still alive in the cave, after 1200 years.

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That's the 12th email, and they're waiting for him to come out. And this is the belief of the Shia across the board. There are some who, who say that they are shy, but they don't believe this. And that, and that's true. And some people think is tequila because that is also part of the adeem,

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which is a crafty form of lying. But the reality is, is that a lot of a lot of shy, especially here in the United States, they're shy and name only. In other words, they culturally shy, but they don't really know anything about what it means to be shy. That the the issue here is, is not to deal with individuals in this one believes this, and this one believes that but this is their This is their Dean, this is what they believe in. And it takes it would take a very long time to discuss the Chi Chi. But what the point that chick with his name is making here is that they that that they make tech fear of Albuquerque city and Amato the low tide and in fact, in fact, collini

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one of their major scholars and his Tafseer of the statement in the lilina Capital assume as Dan Dooku for those who disbelieved and then increased in disbelief. He said that is referring to Abu Bakar as man, Abu Bakar, Rama Omar in earthman, rally alongside

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the greatest of the Sahaba they, they may take feet of them and this is why the early scholars of Islam said that these people don't often they have no have in Islam. I mean, they don't have any piece of Islam because instead of attacking the Quran, instead of attacking the Sunnah of the Prophet, it is a lot to say and they attacked what the narrator's they attack the narrative. So if I discredit everybody who brought the information, then the information itself was discredited. Right. So again, hit the point of the author mission and this is that these narrations from the prophet Isaiah select with Sam right before he died, expressing his what his love for every book and he said

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the right is a total refutation of those who will come after and say that this man just believed in Allah subhanaw taala that he was in fact a hypocrite on the other hand, and also the fact that they have erected shrines for the moms and so on and so forth. And they traveled until today until today Husseini yet and this type of stuff, where they travel until today to the shrines and they fall into all types of

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as they say awana chic and E all different forms of associated partners with a loss of habitat or the other we learn so we're gonna go over handling a channel and aliens are subject to cover to me they can shell out we'll put out the information about when the next classes will be but again, we're just going to sit for two days and probably from like Muslim to the Shabbos days and finish the remainder of the book at nighttime law at Miss Eliza job and Sophie