Tahir Wyatt – The Saved Sect – Ibn Taymiyyah’s Aqidah Wasitiyyah 03

Tahir Wyatt
AI: Summary © The importance of writing in the context of the Prophet's message is emphasized, along with the use of terminology during the time of the Sun airline during printing. The speakers discuss the meaning of "we" and "we" in English, with one speaker explaining that "we" means "we" and "we" mean "we" meaning "we" and "we" are both core concepts.
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How do you learn sign?

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Language reinforcing our CEO Dr. Medina we have the love level the letter when we do good

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or shallow learning long after we've learned anything Why should one no Mohammed in Idaho wants to sell a lot of whining? why they're earning he was actually he was sending them into Sleeman do anybody on the team

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tonight it shall have data we're going to commence with the third lesson of shaping the standard TV is a lackey the other was Sophia. And tonight

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because we have an extra 15 minutes and it's only for tonight inshallah next week we will learn

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the class will begin at seven o'clock she can use classes boys to begin at 530 because sometimes in the back that much. So inshallah next week Chez Panisse class will begin in 530.

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This clients will begin seven o'clock and shall long so it shall be

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alright. But we do have an extra 15 minutes today with the Knights Allah which hopefully allows to get through

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that needs to cover in shall Montana. And so we will skip the questions because they're the reason questions as we go along. So to get your juices flowing, especially to memorize what we're going to cover tonight. For examples

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in tonight's topics, number one, the author's introduction to the saved set the top

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divided names and attributes, principles of Atlas sooner, and major heresies.

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memorize those

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four topics. So the author, we're going to cover the introduction, inshallah, to this Lackey, the adversity, all of the things that we read before about why the book was written, when it was written, who it was written for, and all of those things. Where did they come? Where do we get that information from?

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Right, we got that information from the trial. That's not in Alaska, Alaska. It's not there. Okay, it's not part of the introduction. We haven't started the introduction yet. We haven't started Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim till tonight shala. So everything that we've covered from introductory matters is not actually part of the introduction of a Lackey. That was a three year. We got that information later because of the tribe. All right, is that clear? So tonight in shallow data, we're going to deal with the author's introduction.

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In that, as we go through the introduction, we're going to cover some issues related to FERPA and Nadia. Okay, the saved sect. We're going to talk about that title, I have a son and as soon as will Gemma and we're going to begin to cover some fundamental principles related to the names of Allah Subhana, WA, tada, and his attributes, as well as some broad categories of the heresies,

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and deviation in the field of Esma, the Divine Names and attributes. All right, so that's what we're going to cover tonight in the 19 demonica, which had

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publish. So this is the very beginning of the book. I do not have the book in front of me, but just give me a second shell on page one now 37 mismaloya. Now,

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the author's introduction,

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with the name of the law, the All Merciful, the Most Merciful. All praise belongs to Allah, Who sent His messenger with guidance and the religion of truth, that it may reign supreme over all religions. And sufficient is a law as a witness. I bear witness I testify that there is none worthy of worship, except safe a law alone with no partner, fully acknowledging this and affirming this as aid. I testify bear witness that Muhammad is His Servant and Messenger. So Allahu Allah, he was telling me ever increasing peace and blessings be upon him and his family, okay. So there are several issues here. That will

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We're not going to delve into them. Like we would if this was a study in Arabic and go through some of the linguistic meanings and things like this. But it is important just to stop at a few things

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as we begin this book so the first thing is that the author begins with reliable man or him.

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As you can see here, they translate is the All Merciful, the Most Merciful iraq men and Anwar Haim both come from Allah habitat both are derivatives of Obama. But all right men is related to the essence of a loss of habitat. So he is the All Merciful to Monica, what's added? He also extends that mercy to his creation. So he has a Rahim that is the one who extends the mercy to the creation. That's why strange later here is the beneficence because the beneficence is one who extends mercy to others. And so it's a fairly decent translation to say In the Name of Allah, the Merciful the beneficence What does it mean when we say, In the name of Allah,

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and for those of you who have attended Shanghainese class, you are not excused for not knowing this?

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What does that mean? The name of allah Bismillah Bismillah What?

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Two things I start by naming

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So So notice here, which is the important point is that we're talking about an action so when you say Bismillah and you're about to write something right? But you're saying In the name of Allah, I right now need there is a verb there. That is not stated because it's known. So in the name of Allah I write, what do you say before you eat?

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Bismillah but when you say Bismillah before you eat, you're saying In the name of Allah what

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I eat. Okay, so there when you start off with Bismillah r Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim it's related to an action that you're doing you're seeking allies or Jill's aid in performing that action clear. And so the Bismillah should not just roll off the tongue and and when an author's starts with Bismillah have watchmen over him the author is holding that meaning you know right there in front of him or her to say I am starting this this author this book this message that I'm sending this letter and the name of Allah Subhana who was added seeking is a

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three things that are mentioned here first, that this is the prophetic way of beginning any address like who has an example of that who did the prophet Isaiah select to send him write letters to?

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Hmm correct this? Yeah.

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Hold on.

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What did he say to

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the screen lamb off man? Right. Nina?

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Mohammed will have the liner How about laulima Guam today the

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man me go by.

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Who else see right that is two

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pi one double Mistral Amen. We're in no basement level I mean on my Hebrew. So this is the Sunnah of the messengers. And he will say, pi is several other examples from the lifetime of the prophet Isaiah sliders and even the Sahaba but the Allahu anhu also follow that tradition of the prophet Isaiah site was saying, that's always important, by the way to look to see that the Sahaba Well, the Allahu taala and him do this, even if we found that in a Hadeeth. Right, did the Sahaba the low tide and home follow this practice? Right so that we can see how it was practiced by them. And sure enough, from the time bucket acidic for the Allahu tada and who we have established letters from the

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whole affair to their followers, to where they started off the letters with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. This is why even headjam for him Allah who tada who wrote a very famous explanation of Hades, what's it called?

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fetch Alberti, right the explanation of Sahih al Bukhari

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he said has been established that authors begin books of knowledge and in books over L with the best mela okay bestseller which is Miss Mila Mila Walkman on Rahim.

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So then the author goes on to say what he says Alhamdulillah Allah, The Art of Salah Rasulullah who will hold our Deen and help. So just a few things here. And in terms of opening terminology, he says Alhamdulillah All praise belongs to Allah sent His messenger with guidance and the religion of truth.

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is his only hemd okay and this is important just because this how we start off the book of Allah azza wa jal starts off with what smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen so he starts off this with Bismillah Alhamdulillah Allah Dr. Salah sort of Buddha, or the intellect, so I'll have his his adulation that is accompanied by love and reverence. So it's not simply praise. Praise is another word that sounds like him to use the same three letters. And we know that is

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doesn't necessarily it's not necessarily accompanied by love met

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met. Okay, so hand has to be accompanied by love and towels in reverence. Okay my head bill tallied that's that praise is called Hemant but you can pray something that you don't necessarily love or you don't necessarily magnify it. You don't necessarily hold it in such high esteem that's just called meta magic

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alhuda here which is translated as guidance, scholars have fcsa because this is taken from an iron and solar to fetch hamdulillah the asala pseudo Buddha, Medina and hap laahu that guidance is beneficial knowledge and Dino hack the religion of truth here refers to righteous actions and who ever combined between a houda wandin and Huck they can bind between beneficial knowledge and righteous actions then this person has achieved salvation

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and that is a CLR and we'll step in what is the sirata Mr. P is the path that combines between what

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all all of you make do after this every every rocker What are you asking Allah for? We asked him to guide you to the straight path

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and I'm tired of him overdose on like an armada him who's the ones that love favorite

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die of the prophets the sincere and truthful the the BS in the UK in the martyrs the in the Saudi hain and the righteous but all of them combined between what and what

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it's right here on the board

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beneficial knowledge and righteous actions that's the straight path that path that combines between the two and and so immediately after that you say what ladle Magoo be either him who are the mug dubya him they're the ones who had knowledge but didn't have what righteous actions? Well, a Balint those are the ones who were just doing things but didn't have what knowledge so once you combine between the two

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then you have the right path, but still so often we're stuck a straight path. Alright.

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mash he says the you're the hero who either Dini cool Lee to make it prevail over all ways of life over all religions. By further what this What does this Hadeeth say?

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tahmina diary,

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very Allahu Allah.

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We put it the Messenger of Allah sallallahu I there he was selling stamp right there to me my daddy you know the Allahu Allah. What famous had he did he marry Michelle? Are you taking a shake up on Mohammed soon enough?

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I Allah Allah you notice how the to

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even try to say it in Arabic?

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and the sea have been in the sea hat. Like, a hadith is narrated by to me a dirty mother, Allah who I I translate. Deena see.

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Ella, Ella

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can work together on this one.

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Oh, don't get too deep now. So

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that's that's that's what we used to say. We didn't know the answer.

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Say what's the what's the colon?

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Hey, alright, start.

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Religion is

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the religion is divine.

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In one another right so the first part of the howdy then they said to who yellow suit a lot said to Allah to his messages so do you advise Allah? Alright, then we can go with that translation.

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Miss Mullah

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Baba she could it mean loyalty? It can keep going. Fidelity, a lot of fun. Yeah. So So the reason I don't know, probably dating myself here we have a bank here in Philly called fidelity. Remember, back in the day, that doesn't exist anymore. Fidelity bank fight

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most people know the opposite of fidelity which is what? infidelity which means to do what?

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To cheat,

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to deceive, to cheat, okay, so fidelity means what?

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To be true to something and that's where you get that, that concept of loyalty, right? To be true to something sincere to something, all right. And that's the mean and they'll see her fight, send me my daddy and all the alumni.

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this matter was certainly reach every place touched by the night and day.

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Allah will not leave a house or residence but that Allah will of course, this religion to enter it, by which the honorable will be honored. And the disgraceful will be disgraced. Allah will honor the animal with Islam and he will disgrace the disgraceful with unbelief.

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So this Deen

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was sent

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to the Prophet alayhi salaatu surah Allah, the prophet I decide to say it came with his Deen and it will prevail over all other religions is the prophecy of our Prophet Mohammed bin Abdullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and hamdulillah and we live in a time where you see some of this you don't see all of it, but you've seen some of this come and become a reality by

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he says, Well Kaffir biLlahi shahida and Allah is O gel is sufficient as a witness. He is sufficient as a witness that Mohammed bin Abdullah Salah was one of his messenger and he sufficient as a witness that he sent him with the deen even if nobody else believes that Allah azza wa jal is sufficient as a witness that he sent Muhammad Abdullah Salah son with this D and that he made his man prevail over all other religions. And then at the end, he says I testify I'm humbled as a servant and Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa ala le he was selling them and in some other news has or additions while they're early he was so happy he was alone. When we talk about the end of the profit

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the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Who are we referring to? Who is that?

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I will bait by a man whose land bait adequately how we will get to Allen bait later on in a resale inshallah. Al in general refers to three different categories. Okay. The first is the children and grandchildren of the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam so his offspring, okay? Likewise, his wives, the mothers of the believers were the alone tada and when and, by extension his relatives from benu Hashem that accepted Islam, okay.

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So, those are all

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the Al when we say why that he was happy he and his son or his companions was sudden them. And then these are who are referring to these three categories tight, who can who can bring those three categories back?

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is why. Right? And the people the route has relatives from but now except to say, Hello,

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that I'm going to look at. Okay. This is an exposition of the belief of the same group. Those who are ated until the establishment of the our tight, not fit. I'm sorry, keep going after this soon. Well, Gemini, It comprises faith and a law, His angels, his books, his messengers, the resurrection after death, and the belief in Divine Decree the good thereof and the bad, Okay, perfect. All right. So he says, this is an exposition of faith. I'm sorry. Just give me my second

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Go to the back of the book, and

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Make sure you follow with the Arabic inshallah

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Allah Allah book and other

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lovers. Oh not

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just the intro hi they are too close to Nadia

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Masada Sora Can you read the English again because even my English is

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only half there read it again. Okay, this is an exposition of the belief of the saved group. Those who are ated until okay says the saved group those who are aided by mesh but in Arabic it says Federica and Nadia Tillman surah Okay, Sophia and Nadia almanzora. So what we have here is the saved victorious sect Okay. How many people have heard this terminology before? Save set?

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Yes. How many of you are from the safe sect

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inshallah, inshallah?

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It's good. Well, let's Zakho emphasis. Don't, don't don't praise yourselves and nap. So

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there's a few things that have to be covered here. First of all, he says that this is the at pod, the creed and we covered that terminology. Last week, who remembers what air t pod or al Qaeda comes from? What three letter root outside, which means what?

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To tie to not to bind? Right? So it's, it is a doctrine. It is Creek, it's like you tie it to your heart. That's how firmly you believe in it. All right. So this is the creed of the saved, victorious sect.

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Alright, so let's go. Let's go through this step by step fellowship, I grew up in NASA, Shay, Manhattan minihane, the save the victorious set, saved salvation from this guidance and help. So two things that this group is saved from the save from misguidance in this life, and from the fire in the next life. And there's plenty of evidence for all of that.

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But the the, this is what is meant by a FERPA and Nadia, so so they are saved from misguidance, from deviation in this life, and from the Hellfire in the next life, no, victorious, that is aided by a loss upon what to Allah. Right. And so here that's, that's what it says who are aided right? In the translation, right, in a sect, sect, a group characterized by a specific doctrine and methodology, right? So doctrine and methodology. And why is that important? Because deviant methodologies lead to deviant conclusions. However, it is very possible that a person gets to the right answer sometimes, even though they went the wrong way.

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And that happens, and this is why a math, the teacher always says, What? Show your work. What's your methodology? How did you get to the end? Because you might get the right answer.

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But you may have gone the wrong way about getting the right answer. And so therefore, it's important to show your work showing your work, that is your minutes. That's the methodology. So a sect is a group that is characterized by a specific methodology. Maybe that's even better, they say specific methodology first, right? And doctrine because that methodology will obviously lead to certain beliefs. All right. So where do we get this concept anyway? Have a saved set of it aided victorious, triumphant group? Well, it comes directly from the Hadith of the Prophet Isaiah salado, Sam has had these multilateral and multilateral means that it has been narrated by so many people that it is

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impossible. I mean, this is not a technical definition, but it has been narrated by so many people that it is impossible that they conspired to lie on the prophet or they selected was sitting. Whereas it's possible one person or two people narrator it's possible that there was a conspiracy. In theory, that's possible, though, the scholars of headings have weeded all of that out. Well, hamdulillah but the point is with the multilaterals, and with those that have been narrated in this fashion, that's that's not even a possibility. Now followship and the translation of the high D concerning this

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But still a long way that he was sending said,

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a group from my alma to I will always remain triumphant on the right path

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and continue to be triumphant. He who deserves them, He who leaves them shall not be able to do them any harm or lawmakers among them, they will remain in this position until the command of a law comes head yet to em. Hola. Alright, so go back. Now let's see if we can appreciate this a little differently. Now, this is an exposition read that again, please. That Oh from from the book, this is an exposition and explanation of the belief of the same group, those who are ated until the establishment of the hour, okay, so you see where he's even pulling that directly. And this goes back to something that we covered, I believe that we covered and if we didn't, I'll just say it

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here. And in that trial, he said, I purposely built a lackey that was a three year old father and kitabi was sooner and the wording from the Quran and the Sunnah. So even his wording here is coming from the Sunnah of the Prophet it is Salatu was sitting, right? Because as you can see, it's directly from the heavy bladders. I will tell you if it's from enormity, Vahidi in Allah, now you're the woman who had to get to Emerald law. So he says here until the establishment of the hour time, what does that mean? What is that? What's that mean? The hour was he

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right? He started out till yo Mel pm it is established by you.

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Here's the thing, there is a hadith where the Prophet it is salatu salam has mentioned

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this is our will not be established. When there is left on earth. Anyone who says Allah Allah.

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Meaning what? Well, let's assume Illallah she rollin Hulk. And he did the hours that have been established, except that the worst of the people here, which means there's no time that's on Sauron at that time. So until, until the establishment of the hour, actually here, and as the scholars have mentioned, means Danny close to the establishment of the hour, building lazy, Abu huraira radiola, who narrated that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Allah suppiler, who with ita will surely cause a wind, more delicate than silt to blow from Yemen. It was spared none who has faith equal to the weight of a grain or dust particle, except that it will cause him to die? Yeah,

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and that is that everybody who has any level, any amount of faith in their heart will be taken by this when and then the only people that will be left on earth are the worst of the people. And that is when the hour will be established. So until the hour is established it close to to the hour now. Here's the issue. Shape of Assam Rahim Allah, he's saying that in this book, we're going to go over the al Qaeda of the saved sect, like does that not imply

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that those who do not hold these beliefs to be true or not from the safe sect?

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does that imply that? Yes, it does. Without a doubt, anybody that reads that is going to understand that

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in the trial, this was one of the things that they called him to task for. They said, okay, young man. This is what you're saying that this is the athlete of the safe set timeout. We don't believe that way that you believe.

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So are you saying that we're condemned to the Hellfire?

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You understand that the issue? Okay, let's see, we're shaking this name set. Then I said to them, not everyone who disagrees with some part of this cream is necessarily do I stop there? Okay. Let's take it step by step. Because what we have to understand this is the interesting part. We go back, we remember shakerley slam him online. He did have a temper, but he was fair. So panela even under the circumstances, he was under attack here. Right? This wasn't like,

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this was a kangaroo court. They set him up was no, but he was calm. And this is the deen of Allah. So he's saying look, this is the act

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of the self.

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There's no doubt about

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it doesn't mean that somebody who disagrees with some part of it is necessarily doomed. Yeah, and is necessarily not saved.

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certain parts, obviously, if they don't believe in a lot, I don't believe in his angels, I believe his books. I mean, that's, that's covered that takes a person outside of the fold of this man. Well, let's see, keep it going for one, for one who disputes some aspect of this creed, may do so on the basis of some faulty exercise of personal judgment he had, for which a law may forgive him, look at that. He said, Look, even though this is the party that the seller and I have no doubt about it. A person may have exercised his own judgment, though faulty alarms will tell me forgive them, I'm not going to come here and make that kind of judgment,

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or the information he has received regarding a particular point may not constitute sufficient proof to him. And to me,

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again, he is saying, This is the heat of the sun. If,

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however, it's not, though I am convinced of this.

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The information that someone else may have received about this particular topic may not be convincing to them.

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And therefore, that's why they may not believe that.

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And so he says that this is somebody that may be excused,

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or his good deeds when the upsetting magnitude that Allah uses them to I felt bad deeds and from the bad deeds is bad. Like don't think of bad these just as you you know, backbiting somebody or, you know, worse than committing Zina. That's not the only bad deeds, that act either is a bad deed.

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And since the pronouncements of divide threat against those who violate right beliefs are not necessarily inclusive. They don't include of those not necessarily, they don't necessarily include they could, but not necessarily right of those who do so on the basis of innocently faulty interpretation and moved out will are those who repent, or those who have expect x x battery that expiatory There you go expiratory good deeds are those whose faults have been forgiving, among others. One commits some minor violation is a fortiori, named the upshot of what is exempted a fortiori. Yani in Arabic They sent in babby Ola, berry Ola on Babin Ola. I mean, another words has

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more of a Right, right, more deserving of right, being exempted from punishment from Allah subhana wa Tada. Now, the upshot of what I have said here is that

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whoever believes, according to this creed, I think salvation commensurate at the same level with this belief, and those who believe contradicts this creed may attain salvation.

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As the saying goes, saved is the one who suspends judgment. Right? So what what that means is that the from he's saying that he's suspending judgment for those who, who oppose this creep. That's not what he's saying, It's not my place. And and I'm safe with the loss of habitat, because I'm leaving that person to Allah.

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Right? And this part is important as we go on to study this creed that number one, the first beneficiary of this creed is you.

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Right, as I learned this, because Subhana Allah sometimes, and this is just how it works, sometimes maybe how we've been conditioned, that as we read, we start thinking about other people. Right? Oh, someone, so don't believe that.

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Boys down. You know,

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that's the first person that that needs to benefit from this creed is me. And not to be so concerned about where other people are now, from the from the aspect of doubt, once I've understood something, I'm confident, and I want to talk to other people about it, that's that's totally different. But judging them, right is very different from me trying to convey a message to them. And this is basically what I think is very important about this particular portion of which shaker the stamp even told me about him a lot, it says, and you see his Rama and he with the people and that he wanted them to believe correctly, what he thought was the correct belief and what he thought was

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save them in front of a loss of habitat. He didn't have any personal agenda anything. get anything out of

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Except for hard time

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panela Annie even in some of his some of his recital and some of his letters he says you know I've been model when the him animoca Tara kanila Sadiq and he did that command in a good and below Sokka with sad command and good and forbidding the evil left me with no friends as

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gave me you know, in terms of doing this I just the hard time, but but it is important to see this and I wanted to you know, just highlight this and shallow tight in the beginning. So, he says until the establishment of the hour,

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this suniti Well, Gemma, alright, so

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let us just stop here. Some people have an aversion, you know, to titles, why I listened to well, Jamal, why? Why can't everybody just be Muslims. And

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the reality is, is that if

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there weren't deviations from the correct path, then there wouldn't have to be titles.

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But when

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bedarra became prevalent, and people left the straight path, then there had to be a way to distinguish and in the correct way from from the false way.

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And so the terminology that was given to us the terminology that was used by an early scholar that was saying, Who does some of the campaigns and if not, they've been AI best for the long haul and definitely from the time of the TV, they use the term Addison and sometimes

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they don't want us to look at this as being a leak some leaked terminology that came in so the profit it is a lot to sit in, sort of the heavy the red bag and a belt and sadya

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and the famous had these where he says that the profit it was selected was seven why the no more either

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way, that's what the and he gave us a sermon as if he was like, given his farewell sermon.

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And so the prophet Elijah was part of the Heidi and Noemi Iseman come for crrt laugh and Kitty, whoever from montjeu lips Who was he targeted

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to the sahab? Right, which means that what he was about to say was going to happen fairly recently relatively relative to the Heidi and Noemi Iseman. confessio 11 Kathy whoever from oh she lives is going to see great different great different fight what's the solution? They can be so nutty so hold fast to my so nervous wanna tell her that she didn't mind the human body and the some of the rightly guided her the first who come after me I've no idea but no he bite down firm with your moments.

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So the people who hold on to that advice of the Prophet alayhi salatu was saying which was what was his advice hold fast to what my sooner than they are the people of the sun that clear doesn't require a whole lot of

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you know, philosophy and data people will help fast the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah Salatu was saying because the Prophet is allowed to sit in a form this is going to be FTF and that people are going to go different ways.

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there is a statement attributed in our best on the Allahu tada and you can find it in the books of Tafseer though that is snad is not Sahih to even our best

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allies or gel says in the sort of Allium line

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you yo metabo yo Buju once asked what do we do and the day when some faces will be made white and other faces will be made dark.

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Even at best there's a statement attributed to him he said test what do we do Alice suniti while gemera that the faces of Anna sooner will Gemma will be made white. What has what do we do and will be there it won't bother

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that the faces of al Qaeda and

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misguidance okay will will be darkened

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but again, that is snad is that so here to him and I bet it doesn't take away from the fact that it became prevalent

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during the time of the Tabby in so much so that scholars have gathered the statements of the early scholars I was thinking from the TV who mentioned Allison, while jamara and I only put one of them here probably you can read

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Statement of MCT or Hey Mahalo to add the translation Rachel is sitting right here. Sydney was from the greatest of the Tabby died him 110 after the angel of the Prophet it has a lot to say.

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He said they did not used to ask about the snad. But when the fitna happened, they said, name to us, your men, your followers, your crew, so the narrations of the sooner would be accepted. While those have been they would be rejected what fitna existed at that time what fitna is he talking about happened

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of the Hawaii cottage,

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which was the first major united theological sect in Assam. Alright.

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I know we're moving kind of slow right now. But it's important to kind of dissect some of these concepts. Because this app either

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that we're studying shaker the slam is telling us this is the IP the of the same set it is the athlete of Allah soon, while Jamal is the athlete of the seller. This is not the key the of some philosophers who came later are from our little collab and we'll take him to the moon or or this is the athlete of the center. So understanding who we're talking about is important.

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And I think we've established and inshallah we will establish even more as we go along. That the our key the that is the correct it, that has to be the IP that that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam told his companions and that they taught the Tabby and that any athlete that would oppose that IP that

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cannot be correct.

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Is that clear? Because what we will be saying at that point, is that the Sahaba only along with titanium didn't believe correctly and these people who came later did

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that that would be an atrocity

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mesh. So he says, it.

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This is the it is essential, Allah suniti will jamara he said it comprises faith in Allah has angels, his books, his messengers, the resurrection after death, and belief in the Divine Decree, the good thereof, and the bad play.

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So if we look at that, then the creative anacin is the belief in the six major articles of faith that come from what where do we where do we get all of those six combined?

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Yeah, I was about to say, I know Friday night has to be provided tight. So the hadith of gibreel and he said, he came to the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam Yes, the woman he met. And the prophet Isaiah salado says it took me a bit laying on my neck to to be here but also he

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will Yeoman here right he didn't say in some narrations actually, they say what badly rather than most which is what she was saying which is your resurrection after death which is the beginning of a pm itself Cool. All right. So it is the beginning of yo melki ama in the sense that and we've discussed this before that every person that dies there PMI has begun

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with us the PMS so what iron camel khoobsurat when everybody is raised from the graves, that's the resurrection so that's the beginning of the TM Cobra resurrection after that when taught me not

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bill Cardone hide he was shattered he and the divine the creator the good and the bad. So

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then shaken Assam goes on to say part of faith in Allah, listen to what he says part of faith in Allah.

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Okay, so he's going on now and he's going to give some explanation to the first article of faith, which is faith in Allah. So how would we see that? Okay, and then he's going to go, he's not going to talk much about the angels in the books.

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He's He's then going to actually go and talk about the divide the young lad here and he's going to talk about al Qaeda and then he's going to get into some other things

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after he deals with faith in Allah, which is 40 to 50% of the book. Alright, so these, this is the part right here where we have to take our time so that as we move through, it becomes easier we have principles that we can go back to in shallow time. So what is the main objective of this book? acidity Rahim Allah Allah says in his 10 behalf

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To look deeper which is his shot of an athlete last year he says this treaties from beginning to end provides details for this these six fundamental tenets of faith

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Alright, so what is the rest of it that was it about

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it's providing details for the six right here. That is what the remainder of a lackey that was to you is dealing with all right.

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Bill Manasa she was she used car

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sir the shake up that I remember now sir, say the hammer hola

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is the first one to actually write commentary on a lack of diversity that we know about, that we have with us today.

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Which is really interesting.

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Because who knows when to check up the document. But NASA certainly that.

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And like as in the 1950s? Probably.

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They're 1376 Hey, God, right, which was 7067 years ago.

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67 years ago, 1967 years ago, hey God, which is 65 years ago Gregorian.

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So 5055 56, something like that. Now

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that that was the first commentary that was actually written

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on it, that was it.

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And so in this in this story, is that one of his students came in was just sitting by his door. And he was like, Can you write a commentary for this? And he was like, it's easiest, while the headings very clear, like, doesn't need a commentary, it's really low. But that student kept pushing him to sell low hayleigh. And then he and then he wrote a timbi had to look at it. That was a segment that I came on La came in, made some comments on the comments of a city. So maybe, and I haven't looked at the the translation of the one that's attributed to shake my bags and I ended last year in English. I haven't looked at that translation. But maybe there's a translation of

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of his comments on on Saturday, I'm not I'm not sure where they got that from five adequately half.

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We're going to go now, you know,

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some people may want to go into details about these things. The our point of study is to study the book, lackey that was to break down the words that that the author has mentioned, and really try to get a solid foundation. So we're going to go now directly into what shaker the stand by him a lot it says this here is not the exact translation of velocity, but I want you to see how close it is. This is the translation of what shaker slam said when they came to him in the trial.

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And they said, What is your belief? What is your I think, so this is what he says, from

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the creative act as soon as legit man is to believe in a law as he and his messenger at a slat was slammed as described him without distorting this descriptive description to leave without divesting taking away from them in anything of any actual attribute at that deal, without inquiring about the modality, the how of his attributes attackee and without assuming similarities between him and created beings attempt to Yeah, well, we're gonna go through all of this, we're gonna break this down

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this week, and inshallah even spend some time on it next week. These concepts you have to understand period. So what I do need you to do if there's any psychological barriers between you and this

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take them outside of the masjid and leave them there. Because we have to understand this it like and I'm sure that there are times when you read it, and maybe you kind of skipped over it's too much terminology too much Arabic and all that we got four words we need to understand. That's it, and inshallah we're going to get to the point where we do understand and be in the lab, but I want you to see the similarity between this and what's in your book. Okay, so now we're going to read what's in our so he says that the credo Addison with Gemma is the belief in Allah is he in his messenger have described. Now we're going to go directly from the book. And you can you can read it from here

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from the book and have faith in a law point of faith.

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In a lot is the bleed in what he has described himself with his book. And what is messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has described him with this biani and that with which his messenger Muhammad Ali, some has described, if you want to,

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if you want to use your real English, alright, let's let's stop there very quickly tight, because this part is critical. And it may seem very rudimentary, it's a given who would disagree with that you would be surprised and be surprised. So the first thing that he says is part of faith in Allah is to believe in what he has described himself with in his book, and that with that, which has messaged my homicide sentiment, as described,

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clear, so if Allah says something about himself, then I have to sooner affirm that if the prophet Elijah, someone says something about Allah, that is not in the Quran,

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but it isn't authentic, sooner of his prophet is allowed to sit in, then we believe that why is that important goes back to what we talked about

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last week, why, why is belief? Why is this belief specifically important?

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Yeah, because it's directly there. But But what? Because it's very important that our conceptualization

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that what we conceive about Allah subhanaw taala is correct. We do we got that

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we can see because built upon what we conceive about a lot is then what, what we say about a loss of habitat.

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And that belief that we have about a larger jump also has a major impact on what we do. Right? So it's very important. And that that's just part of it. The other part of the other part of this is that if we denies

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saying here, we see that a loss pandadoc does not know how to describe yourself,

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saying things natural things now articulate that, what are we saying exactly?

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It's very, very important, that we describe Allah, as he described himself as His Messenger, the one he chose to send to the creation, that we described in the way that the messenger is a lot that was described by keep going

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or have faith in Allah is to believe in what he does

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with his book and what his messenger Muhammad Allah

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is writing without distorting, denying.

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Same thing you see here right? Says the credo Allison was Jeremiah is believe in Allah, as he and his message have described him without the score distorting this description already without divesting him of any attribute to it without inquiring about the modality of his attributes to give without assuming similarities between him and creative beings. Right so same almost the same exact thing rather father rather they believe above the law.

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that nothing is like

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a ball See that's turbine that's from the iron sword assura the 11th iron laser cometh Lee Shay who is semi on proceed

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Don't worry we're going to come back to all of this it's just not fun. as such they do not negate what he has described himself with. They do not distort words from their proper places and they did not desecrate His names and science did not ask after the how

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after the how that's a weird basically they don't seek modality they don't they're not asking how okay and they did not keep going and they did not like in his attributes with the attributes.

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This is because he has no namesake okay. So here for name sake, if you have the ability crop, circle it right. And right. similarity he has no similarity there is nothing. This is how this hour translate this last sentence, okay. This, I would say maybe a clearer translation is to say this is because there is nothing

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Similar comparable

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or equal to him. This is because there is nothing similar comparable or equal to him the Arabic is the end the who Subhana voulez semiya level which is taken from the iron skillet Maria wala cough Allahu which is taken from solar to the class while I need the law which is taken from solar tillbaka

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and then a need even though it's translated here as an equal a need his arrival

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normally you would translate as a rival Oh Allah azza wa jal has there's nothing similar comparable to him there's nothing that rivals him Subhana who would tell you we are going to try to break this down to the best of our ability and make sure that we understand this clearly. Alright, so

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part of faith in Allah is what

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is that is to affirm what a loss of Hannah who want to add has affirmed for himself in the Quran

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and in the sun net?

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Why both because both revelation

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and the Prophet

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speak from his own desires only tells us about Allah Subhana data that which Allah revealed to him

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so Are we clear on that? That's the first part this is all just

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a firm a lot of attributes that are found and of course I had an assumed name

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we refrain from for things all right. So and when with the examples it'll become clear shelf Alright. So

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example that is given by many of the seller

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they said

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that the minute to hurry this coal jam me Yeah. Okay. The statement of the Jamia yeah the law he nit mutsu

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that allows hand is his nigma they said that this is the statement of the Jamia these are the early self not somebody that came later not even to me or or even those who came after him but okay him in

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the early scholars of his name is hackable Hawaii have met the sufian authority Rahim Allah Ibn over again and others and we'll see that out I'll bring those statements

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back he didn't even take me on a ham Allah

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ah please. Repeated towel please.

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That means denial of the actual.

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So, the prophet alayhi salatu was Sadam says a large Jensen in the he descends the last third of the night, narrated by 32 companions. And that's something that just one might have heard and misunderstood no 32 companions of the Prophet alayhi salaatu Senate have narrated the Hadith and new Zul that aligns with the sense

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we have people they are Muslims

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and they want to do what they call Tansy,

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which is that a law is perfect and he is above certain things. And above in the sense that we shouldn't describe them this way.

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So they say this is where they come with the towel teed. They say we should not say that a lot of the sense of loss

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so if the Prophet alayhi salatu was saying was sitting there in their faces and he said to them a lions that are gonna tell him No, Allah does not

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it doesn't do that

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you understand, but this is touted to deny the attribute because they will say lie and equal the lack but that's based on a philosophical background that has led them to that which may be beyond the scope of what we really need to get into. inshallah definitely not for today.

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Then we have techies which are not spelled the way that most people spell it because if you spell it with an A most people come up with tacky right? So so we're gonna go We'll go with the E for this one is pronounced tech efe repeated tech leaf tech IEF. So that is to assign a modality to say this is how

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Allah azza wa jal is or this is how he does something. And this may remind you of the famous author of the mathematic haimo Hello to Adam. When he mentioned that Eliza gel is still where Allah ouchy okay was stoah ficaram itself according to the self and when I'd say can I myself I'm not talking about I'm not talk about scholars from the, you know, fourth century fifth sajama the early scholars thing, and we will go back and shallow will bring this out from soon in a tournament the for example mentions the Tafseer of sky as being a Lulu with empty fat. So Alonzo Joe rose above his throne, he's above his throne. subotica What's added? He magmatic mentioned this in the prophets Masjid and

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and the man came to him aromatic and he said to him, kay for stoah How did he rise above the soil?

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And so he mathematic or him Oh Lord Addison st Wow, my loom st was known the meaning of it is no

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it's clear from a linguistic perspective especially when you say stowa Allah right so when you put that preposition with it, right? It can only mean one of four things and they all have very similar and meaning like I said a little while back

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so you may might Excel is the way my loom swell no zeamais Malik by the way 179 is not even to me it is not even okay him this is he died in 179 I have to hit it on the Prophet I'd like to say

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it's the well my loom

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well, k foo, Mitch Hall but how is not known

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how is not known how does a lie so you'll find that some of the other side of it when asked that question they would say they would say

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tell me how long isn't then I'll tell you how. How he ends it

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is hack Rahim Allah and he came in with a K for using k fianza How does he How does he descend? He said tell me how long it is and then I'll tell you how he descends well since you believe in Allah even though you don't know how Allah is we believe that he does whatever he wants and we don't know how and that's fine because if this is how he described himself who am I to come and say that no Allah you're wrong and how you described yourself You shouldn't have said this about yourself what he should have been that because this is the implication okay? This happened but ah whoa wait

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don't worry it's it's all going to come shallow pictures and all that other good stuff shall

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be in the reason why is because sometimes you have to go into detail because there's some people that genuinely believe genuinely like shake listening I've said some people improvement just not as come to them. Some people genuinely believe that this is some better than even taymiyah made up this whole it this is a team in Crete. That that was made up in the seventh and eighth century by Evan take me and his followers. And they don't realize and that's because that's what they've been told by their shapes. If you really go back to the books and Alhamdulillah is the great thing about it. We have the books. We have books that were written second century, third century we have them what

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hamdulillah like as in literally have them

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he says an SD well my Luma key for med school was Susana and who bid

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in asking about it isn't innovation asking how does an innovation and there's some variations? Well I rocket Lambo tell the average woman MSG and I will see you to be except for a multimedia get them out of the message.

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Alright, so, tech efe, assigning a modality

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And the last is Tim Thiele

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repeated Tim field.

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This is likening likening a loss of habitat into his creation like you remember him Oh hello to add a segment Carla. Yeah, Dune KD was Cimarron Kazemi, or bustled on cabassa de Kapha whoever says a hand like my hand or hearing like my hearing, or seeing like my seeing has disbelieved and the assigning that to Allah subhanahu wa Tada, Timothy and Eliza Joe says about himself What? Lisa, Kermit the Shea so this is what we're gonna do now. Sharla just break this down just a little bit. So if we look at what even Tamia Pamela is saying is the either Allison said we affirm the attributes of Eliza, as they come into pride and this subnet. Because the speech of Allah is his

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speech and that's what he said about himself is nobody more truthful in speech, Allah and the Prophet alayhi salatu was Salam does not speak of his own desires and there is no one from the creation of Allah who is more knowledgeable of Allah than the Prophet it is selected was sitting as the Prophet is an upset in the Alamo come in lemma con belay II enter the most knowledgeable amongst you of Allah is me

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Well, I forgot and this is not the proper size Sonam boasting well the other one that tight. So if we go to the first principle,

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the first policy

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negation first principle negate those qualities that have been negated in Revelation that is the core ad and sin and in general we we negate that there's anything like a loss pantalla period he has no equal there is nothing comparable to him. He has no rival that there is nothing similar to him at the tire level the who said me Yeah, you know, anything similar to Allah? Well, let me akula Hoku for one ahead. Okay. There is nothing that resembles Allah. There is nothing comparable to Allah for let's say, Allah and data and don't make for don't set up rivals for loss mentality, there is nothing that rivals him. Well, that shady color and he has no partner. So Alonzo gel says LASIK myth

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Lee he Shea or Simeon will see there is nothing like him period.

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So, that is the first principle of Allison, is that we negate that Eliza jump has anything that is like him, anything that is comparable to him. And we also negate any of anything that Allah azza wa jal negated for himself in the Quran and Sunnah. For example, the greatest ayah and the core is what

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sutra I'm sorry, is of course he

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by Yella sighs Of course Allah Allah in Idaho

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that's a hoodoo seen at all I know what that allows or doesn't negate for himself right there

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right sinner and no sin as what drowsiness slumber okay and sleeping so we negate those things that Eliza just negated for himself clear pipe. We'll talk about these principles a little bit more as we go along. But I just want us to get a broad understanding of this fight, but we need when we negate Okay, that negation has to be without the station and without denial without Tegrity and without doubt, please.

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Okay. Meaning what? What does this mean here? So

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okay, Eliza Jim says in the Quran that he has two hands. So

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where does he say to

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Dahlia Tao Who? members who attend refuting the statement of those who said that law is faqeer that Allah is poor, right? Allah says his hands are outstretched

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that's that's a place but yeah, dad who is two hands, but he also says what

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Mad Men are aka to obese men, Aqa and test you did the math, I love to be a year. What is it that has prevented you from prostrating to that which I've created with my two hands?

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Okay. So what does it mean? What is tarif? And what is touting?

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What would be an example of tardif? Here? Yes, yes. Right, because some people they changed it.

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So that that is temporary, but I'm saying right here when we're dealing with the woman dealing with allies, with us

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right, so to change it and say what's meant by the two hands is knitmore or koggala, or something like that. It's It's his ability, his blessing. Right? That is tardy, because it's changing the meaning from what is apparent.

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And the way that the sort of explain that I, which again, is beyond the scope of going into each and every single time, but we'll get there, we'll get there, we'll get to that shallow. That's that's distortion type. What is denial or Tao?

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blanket deny, say, No, no, no, he doesn't have.

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He doesn't have to, and what does it mean? well know what it means. Okay? Which, which, which is what they call it tough. weeb, which we'll talk about next week, Michelle, all tied to wheat, which means to consign the meaning to a loss of habitat. We have no idea what hands mean, we just know that it does not mean hands.

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Sorry, I know that that's what it sounded kind of weird.

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Okay, but, but everybody, there's nobody from the Muslims. Okay? Who would say that Eliza gels hands on like our hands.

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That's the first thing that so that's why we, why we talk about negation because Allah is who just said, Lisa, Timothy Shea, he says that there is nothing like that. Right? But he also affirms that he has hands. So we affirm that he has hands but they're not like our hands, but we're not going to change the meaning and say that it means power, it means blessings, or so forth. Okay.

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And we know what hands mean, we know what hands me how Allah is with your hands, hands. That's the part we don't know. But we do know a meaning. Okay. And we talked about that before because we affirmed hands for it, the clock that's behind me and the clock that's here, but those hands are not like our hands. We still call them hands, we still refer to them as hands and that's what they are.

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But they're not like our hands. And we affirm with allies with Joel has affirmed for himself and he wanted to call it something else Elias was able to call it something else.

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This is what he says about himself. Alright. Again, we got to get a little deeper into that as time goes on shallow second principle

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from affirmation, affirm all attributes that have been affirmed in Revelation the Quran and soon Allah azza wa jal says what laser commit lishi well who is sending and receive

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so immediately as he says there's nothing like him he says that he is what the seeing in the hearing the hearing in the scene what he was saying he will see it and he affirms for his creation that day

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for john now who Sonny I'm gonna say you know, when he talks about mankind he says we made him hearing and seeing so Alonzo affirms for man sight and the ability to hear but he is a simian will see it and his semi his buzzer is hearing his scene is not like human beings hearing and see in so many different ways but

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you know and again this is a bit deep for for the discussion right now but

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do we not benefit from knowing that Allah is SME elbasy?

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Absolutely you think about

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consumer Hello hola Lottie today De Luca zoji. Attach tequila Allah. Allah heard the

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complaint the complaint of the woman consuming a low quality to jadie look at these Oh Joe came to you complaining about her her husband right?

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time. Yeah, he said hello. I don't know about about you all. But when we hear that I

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we should we should be comforting

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that allies oh god if nobody else hears our please. If nobody else hears our concerns, if nobody else hears our cries for help.

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Nobody else hears that allies will do here is it I shall not be alone Tada. And she prays the lies are done for his Senate.

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In in this particular story. Subhana Allah de was CSM marovo Allah sweat, all praises for the one who's hearing encompasses all sounds. He said I was in the other room. If you see the house at a profit, I think aside from saying it's only been a big in their rooms. It wasn't like they had sheetrock up.

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She was there.

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She said I didn't

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She could see

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she could see them talking but she couldn't hear, hear them. Right?

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She says what this is, this is Eliza Joe who heard that men folk the survey CMOS from above the Seven Habits rights panel. So the point is, do we not benefit from Allah azza wa jal informing us about himself

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informing us that he is a semi that he is elbasy What if we say no, there is nothing like him so we're not going to describe him with anything, even though he described himself as being a Cemil but see it and all of the other attributes and we don't know what that means. You don't know what a semi it means. miskeen

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Subhan Allah, if Allah Quran Allah told us to ponder over the Quran, so much of the Quran and even go look for yourself so much of the Quran is alive without telling us about himself. Is that part

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an exception to the part that we're supposed to ponder over? Are we not supposed to ponder over the fact that allows us simian that allows elbasy Well, we can't know the meaning of that. It's just impossible. You can't know what that means. But how do we ponder over because pondering is a branch of understanding the meaning.

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So inshallah, time is up. And we made it 60%

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I thought that a little extra time today would help for Lama Stein, but inshallah inshallah, next week, we'll continue this what I want you to get today is I do want you to understand these broad concepts. So, which is what negation and affirmation negation is based on the last statement LASIK? admittedly, he shaved amongst others delight but yeah, that's what we cover for today is nothing like untold lies, there's nothing like a loss

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right? Oh, Semyon bossy is affirming his center and his bustle, right? We we affirm that without likening that to anything and without assigning a how to it, okay, so those four concepts that we took today that we have to avoid the the major Harrisons as it relates to the Divine Names and attributes are what what are those four? Let's go back, memorize

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and talty and take Eve and Timothy and we're going to cover that next week. And then the week after that I shall it is going to stick in but I want this to sink in from today. The more you get today inshallah, the easier it will be as we move forward and the Knights Allah Allahu tada Adam subhanak Allahu Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah

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