Tree of Emaan #03 – Actions and Faith

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The speakers stress the importance of faith in Islam, including actions and words, leaping and understanding the meaning of loss of faith, and understanding the meaning of loss of faith through actions, faith in the heart, faith in the body, and faith in the holy grail. They provide examples of how faith can be achieved through actions, faith in the heart, faith in the body, and faith in the holy grail. The conversation is a mix of personal and professional personal development, with personal development being a focus.

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On a long walk the whole show was shadow no Mohammed Abu hora solo a lot a while early, he was suffering he was sending them a test neyman Giovanni laomi. Dean, I'm bad. Today inshallah Tada, we're going to commence with the third lesson of the tree of faith.

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And inshallah, before we get started with the actual lesson of today, I want to scope our course outline.

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First week, we covered the introduction, scope and framework. Last week, we took the finding Amen, and initially, I thought it was only going to take us one week. But that's what we're going to complete today be in the lights, it is the definition of a man. Next week, we'll move on to how to develop a man those things that we need to develop the manage how long time and then we'll conclude a week after initially, you know, we thought we were going to finish on the seventh of August is going to go to the 14th inshallah.

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I want to begin by reviewing

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Why did the author begin by defining a man

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from last week? Why did the author begin by defining email? Yes.

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Right. Okay, so that we could have a clear picture in our mind of what a man is because this book, we said, the most practical section of the book is what section

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the second section which deals with what,

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how to develop your email, how to help your man to grow, right? That's the most practical section but you need to know what we're talking about before you can do that, right. And so, the scholars have a principle where they say here

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took them out of shape, follow our own answers avoiding that before you give a ruling to something or giving a ruling to something is a branch of conceptualizing. Alright, so if you go to the doctor, the doctor can't give you a prescription until he knows what's wrong. And if you don't tell him What's wrong, and you you start to falsify information or whatever they they going to give you the wrong prescription and that's because they don't have the proper to sub word or conception of really what's wrong with you so that's why the author began with the by defining a man and his sources for this book are what

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throughout the book tell you number two, what two main sects are the first to deviate the definition of the man?

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board is in and the motor dziadek. Okay, and coordinates How did they differ from Addison according to what we took yesterday?

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Last week, sorry.

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So timeout that definition of and as soon as that that Eman is what statement and action which we have here right? So the Hawaiian also say that man was statement in action. Yes. So how did they where did they differ from either sooner?

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In a sense, but that's because he man was what to them was one part. You either had it or you don't that that's their that's their where they went wrong. So it doesn't increase it doesn't decrease or anything like that. You either have the man or you don't have any man. So any of those I had he would have probably some said this person doesn't believe for example.

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Whoever doesn't want for his brother, will you want for themselves? Yeah, no, you don't have faith until you love for your brother what you love for yourself. Then they would say that that person outside of the fold up and slam tight. Elkhart Ridge,

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KHAWAR II J. That's how to use the writing in English. And then other sectors what the more and they and they agree with Allison that he made his statement and action? No, no. They said that he man is simply belief in the heart statement on the tongue. And there's difference of opinion amongst them, but none of them included actions and the men. And as the Arab say will be licked the hat to me is Alicia, right?

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By knowing the opposite, it becomes clear that sometimes you say well, why have you spent all this time on these definitions and things? It's because by understanding where other people went off track, you can understand how to stay on track.

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Number three, defining event as statement and action, these two five sub categories. This is very important for us as we move on today. Name them and give an example for each and this is what you guys working on together. Work with your partner, you remember that?

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I'm sure you do. Last week, work with your partner so

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It makes or it takes a man when you when we define it like I'm assuming that is that it statement and action and there are five sub categories What are those five sub categories?

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Okay, so so let's break it down first we have statement of what and what our statement of the heart and statement of death song. Right and then we have actions of the heart

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and lives okay perfect statement of the heart we said was what?

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That's that conviction, conviction up landline Allah. Okay. And I'd say that's the statement of the heart and that's what a person needs to enter into a snap along with saying it on the tongue and that's the statement of the tough

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so then you have action

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actions of the soul so give me an example of the statement of the song is what

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that's what was intended and actions of the heart like what

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like loving a lot if we want to say amen because if you love shapefile then that's not from Amen. Right so loving Allah and what else

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fearing a lot waiting for LASIK Toba zakka looking tight and then actions of the

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are on the opposite end of it and actions of the limbs.

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Ally mega hash 200 law Okay, so I know that you probably thought that was this but it's not

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now we're gonna get the juices flowing. That was just the

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Is it any

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year we get those on enough?

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See how see how it affects the

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those desperate of back.

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He's still sick.

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They felt like it was nighttime for a minute. I mean, it is the evening. Sun isn't bad. Alright, y'all ready? We gotta get the juices flowing. Y'all y'all falling asleep already.

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Alright, let's go.

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Alright, questions for lesson three who was sick? deikun. And what is the connection between a subject and a movement? That was where we were supposed to cover last week but we didn't get it. The opportunity number two number two mentioned at least three proofs indicating that actions are from Amen So we could find last week that actions are part of Amen.

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Well, we didn't go into a lot of the proofs that actions are from you, man. We'll cover that today. inshallah tada type shape. hotaki read number three.

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Three, if righteous deeds are parts of faith, why are they mentioned separately in the last statement? Those who have faith and do righteous deeds, you know, last minute die that says endocrine livina in Edina mn huami, who saw the number of times or Ll Idina M and Wang, who saw the number of times more than 40 times in the Quran, those who have Amen, and do righteous deeds. Okay.

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Is there a problem with that? We said the righteous deeds are part of

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email. So why would a law say those who have email and righteous deeds, it's like you saying it all your vegetables and eat your strings too?

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Does that really make sense?

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I'm not asked for an answer yet.

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I'm saying Do you understand why that could be a problem and this is actually from the dealer of the mortgage.

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Right? So he said that the Moto G, those who say that what

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actions are not from email, they say how many times in the Quran? Do we read those who have emailed and do righteous deeds and righteous deeds? And from Amanda why they lost my data separately.

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So point, that's from there. That's the way they interpreted it, you understand? Oh, we don't get it yet.

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She could probably

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put on your clothes and put on your shirt.

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Does that make sense? I mean, if we just set it like that, put on your clothes and put on your shirt with sound like double top.

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Right? Sounds redundant. Okay, so we understand what the question is. I'm not asking for answer right now. So we'll make sure you understand why this can be problematic. All right, number four. are the three levels of believers as mentioned in the quarter end?

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Can you keep going by when demand is negated in text? What does that indicate? like we talked about earlier when the prompts are something that gates email, for example, and says that none of

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Do you believe until I'm more beloved to him than his mother, his father than all of mankind, right? Or is his parents and his children all of mankind? What does that mean? When they're probably some of them the gates, amen. Does that mean that the person is a Catholic? Okay, so these are some of the things that inshallah you'll be able to answer confidently by the end of today's class. Okay, so number one, the CIP D con, do you have a bookshelf? Yes, sir. He read it from a book because

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it actually some of the

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pages that he said,

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for the reward ensuing coming from true faith, a lot of the exhaustive informs us that complete faith leads to the acquisition, that is the getting of the highest station in this world, and the most lofty and distinguished level in the hereafter. As he says, When living a bit laggy well, surely he will, he can promise.

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Those who believe in a walk, and his messengers, says people are the truly sincere, they're the ones who happen.

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So this will learn here, the author actually begins

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with this is this is the first idea that he's actually beginning to talk about the proofs that faith or E man is not just something that is in the heart. It's not just something that is in the heart. And even if we do look at it as something in the heart, you don't look at it simply as conviction. Because a lot of people when you think about faith, you just think about that initial conviction or affirmation. Let's look at this statement. Allah subhanaw taala says one levena Ave biLlahi wobbu su li, Allah eco Houma de ku, okay. Those who believe in Allah

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are those who have IE men and Allah and His messengers. They are the SIP deikun Now, when we say sig deikun what's the what's the root of that? Because I'm happy that many of you are studying Arabic. So what's the root of Cid vehicle?

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Right. So, if you looked in the dictionary, you would have to look under what saw that call right. Okay, which means what?

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To give charity.

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truthfulness. Okay. So as Siddique,

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siddik famous companion, he was known as what

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a book is, like, was there any companion better than ever bucketlist? Was there any man after the prophets and messengers better than what we should beat? No. And he had that title acidic, because acidic is the highest level that you can get any men.

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And that's why that's why

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a lot of data set will let you Filipina and I'm a lot of wiling him. Meaning Urbina was sick, the cleaner was sure that was on him. Those are the ones from my last plan data has favored has given his blessings from amongst the prophets, and visit deity right after the prophets, those who had true faith.

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Okay, see dico

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mean in the beginning I was set up wushu had that and the martyrs was solid hain and the righteous will have some Atlantica. Rafi and they are the best of companions. Right? And so you're actually in sort of some fancy hat you're asking the last mentality to make you from amongst them. Right What do you say?

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She often Latina and I'm telling them the path of those whom You have blessed when you have favorites and unless my dad explains those whom he has favored and that I and sold it to Lisa

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Nina and I'm alone while eating meaning the biggie those are the ones from Elias favorite from amongst the prophets and the Cynthia thing so acidic is the highest level of of event. Now here this is we're gonna go on and read what the author says keep keep reading, because we're going to help you to understand the truly sincere Cynthia whom are those having the greatest ranking among the creation after the profits in this life and

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therefore, this verse informs Is that the one who realizes an actualizes that is actually does faith in Him and His messengers will attain this stage keep going this point is further clarified by this

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point this is this is the point that is further clarified and reported by the two so haze

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and Muslim male on

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the happenings of Paradise shall try to see the people up the chambers in paradise. Okay, stop there, the inhabitants of Paradise what are we talking about now we're talking about people were there already in Paradise, keep that in mind put a put that in yet keep that in mind okay they will try to see an attempt to look at and fire or see the people of the chambers which are known as us have a look. Right, which is mention of Brian in several places

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as being the highest station in general. Okay, waterfall, let

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me Mesaba, though for them. They will have the waterfall for their summer for their persistence and forbearance and patience, like, so we're going to try to see them.

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In the same way that you tried to see the east or west start in the horizon. This is a great gap in superiority between, okay, so they're all in agenda. Some of them are going to try to see others in agenda, but it's going to be like the way that one of you would look at a star and the horizon. That's the distance, and they're all in paradise.

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We understand that we conceptualize what was happening here. Okay, so let's, yeah, they're all in paradise. But that's the distance between them keep going because it's important. They said, Yeah, we're still alone. And that those are the levels of the profits, which none shall reach except them. Right. So here, they're saying, hold on the people that are at these levels. This is what the companions are asking approximately something that must just be the prophets and the messengers that are at that level. That is if what you're talking about the Messenger of Allah, probably some said, he replied, rather than by the one in whose hand is my soul, it will be reached at that level by

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those who believe in the law, and sincerely, truly attested to the messengers and tested bear witness showed by their actions now. Okay. Ah, there you go. That was so cool. And more sorry. All right. So the prophet Isaiah is so nice to see them here is telling the companions that no, it is not just the messengers and the prophets who will be at this high station. Rather, that will be achieved by people who believe in Allah

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and suck the cool and most serene, man.

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Stay with?

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Is there anybody that gets to gender without believing in Allah

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and testifying to the truthfulness of the messengers? No, no.

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But he said, This level is for those who believe in a lot. What's the coup and mousseline?

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And they attest to the truthfulness of the messengers.

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What is that telling us here?

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Aha, that even when we talk about a man that's in the heart, it's different levels. It's it's not just okay, you believe. And in that, in that you're done, simply by saying that you believe or that you really do believe in your heart, you believe in the laws. And you believe because the problem is I'm just talking about the people of gentlemen. So everybody that got there believed in the law, and testified to the truthfulness of the messengers and did some kind of actions. Okay. But here the Prophet it is select was sent me showing you that as Siddique is on a totally different level. And so they reached a level in this life, that none of the other believers reach in terms of their

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practice of that faith.

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And so this shows you because a lot of times when we, again, this Heidi is showing us that there is what they call a two family. That is that there are various levels of faith, just like the tree because we're talking about the tree of faith, some people's tree is like a bush, it's a midget doesn't grow, and other people's trees are up in this in the heavens.

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All right, so you got it, you have to understand that, again, many of us to when we think of this faith, or when we think about what causes a man to grow, we're going to be thinking about the external actions. So this person prays five times a day this person prays five times a day and adds on to a 12 rock acts and this person prays five times a day and 12 rock acts

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Craig Venter this one. And so this one fast Mondays and Thursdays and you start thinking about all of the external matters. Like our definition of Eman, the definition of it as soon as you say a statement in action, it increases with obedience and it decreases with this obedience. But a lot of times we think obedience and disobedience simply through the limbs. not recognizing that the heart is also important in that and this is our profit idea slack was showing you that as Cydia

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starts here even have a bucket of Siddique. What did some of the tabs say about him? He didn't.

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He wasn't raised because of his fasting, and because of his salaat, but rather shaken Wakata feel calm, it was something that for formgroup in his heart. All right, so the point here is that as severe is the highest level of man and that a believer has to strive to get there. I don't think that this is I don't think that this is out of reach. If a person strives for truly as a loss handler for but the problem is low aspirations. As part of our problem, we look around we live in the land of non believers, we look he's drinking cheese for the cake, this will go on.

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Right. And that's because aspirations we compare myself to them.

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The worst the creation, and that's what we compared ourselves to, when we look we feel like we're good.

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what is gonna put you on that level. And that's why it's so important to read the biography of our Prophet, it is so close to them, to see him to read the biographies of the companions, and, and those who came after them so that you can have somebody that really tried to emulate No.

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Next, start from here,

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or law has already passed the hat this faith described above, in his book, just as he has gotten us to the submission, which follows on from this, he said, in the greatest verse concerning faith, notice that notice that the author says that this is the greatest verse, the greatest eye and therefore I'm related to faith, I thought that was an interesting point, especially because He is a professor,

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scholar of Type C. And he has, you know, taking great pains and consideration to to, you know, go over every I and the variety says that this is the greatest concern for

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who and go straight to the English, say we believe in the law. And when it's been revealed to us and what has been revealed to her hearing, his smile is half Yeah. And the tribes and what has been given to Moosa and eisah, and what has been given to all the Prophets by the Lord, we do not differentiate between any of them, and we have submitted only to him as Muslims. And okay, so a couple points that need to be mentioned here. The last tranche, it says, say, kulu, right, he's telling the believers say, we believe in Allah.

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And what has been revealed to us to the end of the I statement here is a statement of the tongue alone or what?

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Right? And see, that's why it's important to understand definitions. This is not just say it from your tongue. That statement needs to also be a statement of the heart, which is said with the tongue. And that is how you manifest what is in the heart because the tongue is a translator for the heart. Otherwise, nobody really knows. Yes, you can make certain faces and things like that, know how you feel inside, but in general, people know what you are thinking or believing. Because you, you say, you say, right. And so here when a lost mentality is commanding us, kulu is commanding us to believe and to state with your tongue, that you believe in Allah and all that has been revealed

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to us when was revealed to you but our human smile is happening aku what a spell. So all of that all of that was revealed to them, we believe them. But then so that's it.

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Look at the last part of the ayah we're not gonna let houmous the moon and we have submitted holy to him as Muslims. Is that something that's just in the heart?

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How do you submit to a loss mentality, there has to be action. And so he man here is both believe in the heart statements, and the tone and actions and actions. And again, a client This is why it's so important that we

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Look through the text. This is what the author is trying to get us to do. extract from these texts, what really, you know what is really meant? Because it's it's important, it's important that we recognize the the degree that actions play in actualizing faith.

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Where does he say this? This is sort of

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almost in the middle of disorder, not Not quite. But right there, not not too far from the middle of this.

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Now, this I will cheat a little bit is Where,

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right, second to the last I tell you go ahead Read, read the

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messenger believes in that which has been revealed to him and the believers all believe in law types after starting. The first is that we just covered the Oneness in the middle of bucking, not actually in the middle, but right there at the end of the first Jews. Allah Subhana, Allah says, set, right, in other words, believe this and state this with your tongue, and he's talking to who first the prophet SAW Selim and those who worked with him, the campaigns who work with him and those who were being addressed at that particular time. Here, a lot of that is commanding something or he's informing,

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he's informing them of something that what that the messenger and those who are with them have complied to that command that came to them before to show you that they take those commands, and they implement them, not just go in one ear and out the other, this is the way of the prophet Isaiah select was sent him and his followers, they hear something from Eliza gel and then they implement now, the messenger believes in what has been revealed to him all belief in the law, His angels, his books, and His Messenger saying, we do not differentiate between any of his messengers further saying, we hear and obey, we give this our door to you is the Journey's End. Okay, so here,

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the messenger

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and those who are with him, the believers, they all believe in Allah

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is angels, his books, and his messages by how many articles of faith are their tenants of faith? Six, already mentioned here on the forum. Okay. You sure?

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For anybody got another count for him?

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Stay with what he lay getting mercy into you is the return

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to you as the return that's the belief in what you believe in, in the hereafter. So that's five, where's the belief in which which one is missing?

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Except it's not missing.

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Stare, where's

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it that is true, that is everything. But But here in the Core i, that when it's mentioned, all of them believe in Allah. Allah, the belief in Allah Subhana, Allah is inclusive of the belief in his cover. Because the cover of a lost parents Allah, his decree, is directly related to his Mandala, which is the same route, right cookie cutter, the correct meaning his power and his ability. Now, next thing, though, is for those of you who study last lackey than last year with us. We said that Qatar is four levels or four stages. The first of them is what

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belief in the last all encompassing knowledge, which is part of belief in his names and his attributes, which is barred belief in Allah. So you really can't a person really does not believe in Allah until they believe in a cup. And this is why they've been model, the alota angle, when he heard about those people who had negated al Qaeda. Again, it uncovered his his response was to argue with them been in biological knowledge. And these were, obviously the the more extreme of the cadonia. In other words, do you all believe that Allah is all knowledgeable? If they say no, then what happens? They leave the fold of Islam. If they say yes, then he has to believe in his decree.

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Because they can't come down and say, Allah knew it was going to happen. But he didn't decree for it to happen because that man what that means that there's somebody else that's more powerful than the last metallic that can decree with a lot didn't want to happen. So anyway, that's a further theological debate that we're trying to have right here.

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point is that this does encompass all six articles of faith. And our Prophet Isaiah salatu salam, and those who believed with him believe in all of these things. Now, that's our teaser.

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Where's the action here?

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Where's the action we hear and we obey, we obey. That means that you actually have to do something based off of what you hear from the commands of Allah subhanho wa Taala. However,

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nobody is going to do everything that they're supposed to do exactly the way that they're supposed to do it. Every believer falls short. And for that reason, we say we'll call them semana. What our partner What?

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Oh, Allah, have mercy on us. We seek your we seek your forgiveness, we hear we obey Forgive us, because we're going to fall short. In that obedience, we understand the sequence. So there's belief, and there's action. And then there is seeking forgiveness, for not being able to totally fulfill everything that has been placed on your shoulders.

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obviously, we're skipping here some things. But beyond that, like your will hit every point that needs to be hit for the definitions and shall on actually, the description of the believers, of all the exalted says the believers are those whose hearts

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whose hearts tremble when a lot is mentioned,

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whose faith is increased when the sides are recited to them, who put their trust and their Lord, those who establish the prayer and get a bath which we have provided for them. They are the believers in truth, without a doubt, they have high rents with your Lord, and forgiveness and generous provision.

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I think it's important to note that that 1.3, the description of unbelievers, that's from the translator that's not from the author, it's just the translators attempt to

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make the book more readable. All right, the author here is going on to talk about what is the man from the Quran? Right? So if we look here,

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a last round of data says, the most noona those who have faith

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or those who and then he mentioned these qualities of the people who have faith, meaning that all of these qualities are part of he man, all of these qualities are part of Amen. So let's look at them one by one, those whose hearts tremble

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when a lie is mentioned.

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Is that simply belief in the heart? Or is that an actual action of the heart?

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No, and it is

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who's whose email increases when a loss signs when a loss I act are recited to them.

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So now, what's what's happening as as these act of being recited, they are doing what? contemplating good there is at Devonport, there is that reflection over the act of Allah Subhana Allah and that causes their faith, to increase again actions of the heart and not simply

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belief are not simply affirmation and faith who put their trust in their Lord shoe, Allah hands it says while what be him You have to walk alone

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to what God is more than just trust this that total reliance upon Allah subhana wa tada which is again, an action up of the heart. Now, so those first three qualities that are mentioned about the people who have true faith are all what actions are of the heart.

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Allah spent Allah goes on describing them, describing those who have faith alladhina Yuki Muna Sala, that is action of what

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the limbs and the heart because because why establishing

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Salaam is to pray as the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam pre

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time, that is, as he prayed and as he instructed to pray in the earlier times, that's part of the comments of Salah is to have cou sure in your salon to really be attentive in your saliva.

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If somebody is not attentive in their saliva, their heart is not into it is that economix a solid lead and that's actually one of the one of the heart. Alright, so in comics, saliva is both actions of the heart and, and the lips, and its statements as well, because you can't have salaat without some recitation of the Quran. Like livina up masala, when we met was up on our home up coup. And they give from what We have provided them with they give and that given is both

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obligatory and, and mooster. Heavy.

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Like what when we talk about obligatory giving

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the captain what else

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spending on your spouse spending on your children, taking care of your parents if they need it, all of that is from the in fact in wet.

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There is an obligatory aspect of giving. And it's unfortunate that, that, you know, we have situations that come up frequently where men are not taking care of their children.

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That's unfortunate.

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And it shows what it shows a deficiency and

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we can't look at it in any other way. We shouldn't look at it as being something that's optional or, or like Oh, he's no that that's a defect in a person's faith. If they intentionally don't spend on when it shows

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up at home, you won't FICO, Ola, EGA human movement me when I have.

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They are the true

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people of Amen. And so Amen. In order, amen. Therefore, it comprises of those things that were mentioned by Allah subhana wa Tada. And we can't just stick to a dictionary definition I

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love them dollar Jackson ended up being below Adam refers to two in the Hereafter, the double jack that they will have in general.

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what I want you actually to read this book, I mean, we've got to kind of move through it a little differently, we can't stop at every word. But to get a good perception of of what's happening. If you look on page 22, for example, he's going going he's explaining that is the author of acidity is explaining those is that we just covered at the beginning of Soto and fab. And then he goes on, if you look at the bottom of page 22, he mentioned another set that describes the believers called the F Lucha and moving on the believers indeed are successful living on peace allottee and those who are attentive in their prayers and so forth, that's going to come again, if you turn to page 57, in your

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book quickly,

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page 57.

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You see,

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the author brings those eye at once again, in the second section, which deals with what, how to develop your feet. So he's going to cover that in a lot more detail later on in the book, so we're not going to cover it now. So but again, you should be you should try to read these things not follow

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our last man, yeah. So So here,

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a loss of Hamlet's Adda. The author is now showing us that there are these different components to faith that that he man comprises of all of these things that we're talking about. And then he wants to show us how different the people of E men are when it comes to their event.

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Now, that may sound a little weird, but

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let's just take a step back.

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How many of you brothers have cars?

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cars, okay, everybody subsidies.

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You have a car. Do you go to just any mechanic

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Right, because not all mechanics are, are the same, they're all called mechanics. But they don't all do the same things. Number one, and they don't have the same quality knowledge or otherwise. Same thing with be with the believers, that they're all believers, but they're very different levels of,

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of belief.

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They're all believers, you understand, but it's the same thing. So just the same way you you look at mechanics or any other any other field. It's like that with with belief. And so a lot of what Diana has divided up the believers or categorize them in three main categories, and that's what we're going to cover in this particular if we're lost rantala system or

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a nominee bad enough for me home body well enough seeking women home tossing women home savvy, a little hierarchy, the left danika What

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didn't we make our chosen slaves inherit the book, but some of them wrong themselves, some take a middle course and sell outdo each other in good buy and lost permission. That is a great title. So what three categories do we have? You talked about this the first class with three categories?

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Sorry. Okay, so the first category is the one Lena FSI, those who have wronged themselves, are they believers? Yes, yes. Yes. And that term for our terminology and movement they have Amen. But they have wronged themselves to talk about who they are.

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second category, those who are in the middle, of course.

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And then the third category,

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savvy, Guna, belhaj rot, woman whom savvy whom they'll highlight those who do what race to do good, those who race to do that type. Those are the three general categories. Who is the one who is wrong himself?

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What is the definition of one was wrong themselves. He is somebody who either leaves off obligations or he does sins and he commits sins and more particularly major sins,

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commits major sins, leaves off obligations or some combination of the two. Okay? That is a person who has wronged himself, that's a category. But even in that category, there are various levels. Okay, so somebody who leaves off an obligation, somebody who leaves off one salon every day, is that like somebody who leaves off for salon today? No, they're not the same. Somebody who leaves off taking care of one of his children and somebody leaves off taking care of all of his children, are they the same, no, pipe somebody in terms of sin.

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Somebody who was never married, and commit Zina is that like the person who committed Zina?

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Not just married, but his neighbor's wife.

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So we have even various categories under the one who has wronged himself, likewise, okay, then we have the middle course. And then we have those who strive

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or foremost in doing good, and they are a various levels as well. So the foremost in doing good and those who fulfill their obligations.

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They, they leave off when they're supposed to leave off, they leave off the holla and they do extra. But he's the one who, for example, fast on Mondays, he's doing extra, see like the one who faster faster.

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No, no meaning every other day. You get the point. So we have these three broad categories but even under those categories, there are major levels and major levels inside of those categories.

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That's also very important for us to

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play with why

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we come to

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come to work with a partner.

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Work with the partner so everybody, nobody can excuse from this.

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Nobody's excuse me brother in the back as well. I see you

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and over here,

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like work with the part one

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What's the connection?

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What's the Kinect? Stay with me? Don't don't don't try to go too far. I'll try this before. This is directly related to this question right here.

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Look at question number three. What's question number three? Say?

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Don't read it out loud. So question number three. No, no, that's not for the book. Oh, it didn't go back.

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No, no, no, no.

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Just give me a second.

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Here we go.

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No problem. What did I see upstairs? Same thing what you see on your screen. Oh, they don't they see what I see on my screen. Alright, that's it. So we're back to here. Alright, that's fine. We should do work on it once we once we get past it. Okay. So, so the sisters have seen this, this question number three, I'm going to read it to you.

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Question number three says if righteous deeds are a part of faith, so So far, we've gone over some proofs from the Koran, they show that righteous deeds are part of faith, right? And we're going to cover some from the pseudonym, after after you work with your partner, if righteous deeds are part of faith. Why are they mentioned separately in a law statement? Those who have faith and do righteous deeds? You remember that question? All right. So let's go back to number 11. I mean, the screen number 11, which is here, which is work with your partner. What's the connection? So here we're talking about faith and righteous deeds. You've got three things here. I want you to figure

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out what is the connection between these three things.

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Sometimes a law mentions righteous actions alongside faith.

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Right like in a statement of a law those who believe in the righteous actions, other times taqwa and get other times patience, so that one does not think that what is present have faith in the hearts of vices alone.

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In the Koran, how many times does the law say those who believe and do righteous actions are so we have this iron

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which comes in a brown over 14 times those who believe in do righteous actions are that's one thing, put that in here and you can

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next I stick my hands out and can I do one the left one my lad he can see he was to me he would you believe me, cat. For in the law. I do live caffeine. Whoever is an enemy to a law and his angels and I even cheated for you. I mean, the part that you need to do focus on a different color.

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Whoever is an enemy to align His angels and his messengers in Djibouti and Mika Elan, jabril and Michael E. Allah is an enemy to the disbelievers to those who reject email.

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Understand this I Okay, and then the last thing is, schools and universities, from a linguistic perspective, not from a

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don't don't think about this to horn.

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Alright, what's the connection between this in this in this? Do you understand the question? No. Okay, that's fine.

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I'll run it back.

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mentions righteous actions and what the

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righteous deeds and what he meant when we are claiming

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that righteous deeds are part of Amen. Why are they mentioned separately?

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You understand that part of the question? Okay. Where are they mentioned separately? Like in this statement, those who believe in do righteous deeds?

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Okay. Does this

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have anything to do with that is does it help us understand that at all?

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And that's one second.

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That's for your partner, not for me. We'll get there. You'll have two minutes to work it out. And what does that have to do with schools and universities?

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in the English language, if anything?

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That is the question.

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And if you understand part of it, that's fine. Work it out with your partner right now. You got two minutes somebody said the clock please.

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You already thought about two minutes. And then we'll come back and we'll reconvene and talk about

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something you said.

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All right, no problem. No problem. I got it.

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I got it.

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Two minutes.

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can be

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actually good. Actually.

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You got one minute left.

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30 seconds.

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5431 All right. Todd is up in time is up, fight who got a connection between anything there? It's It's fine. Whatever connection you came up with, even if it was?

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Who's talking?

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Okay. Yes. The question

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says about the ages, the level of the ages

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and ages.

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You're, you're there.

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Somebody can build off of that or make it a little clear.

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Yes. It was in universities that's pertaining to different levels. Okay.

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Are What does that have to do with those who believe in do righteous actions?

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Which one, this one or this one?

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Okay, this one, okay. The opposite

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to 85. which establishes? Right? So this is the opposite. Okay. All right. And then schools in the university.

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Okay. Most of them don't base the knowledge on the law.

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Okay. That is a connection.

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The system standard answers, okay.

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Okay, okay. All right, let's let's walk through this real quick.

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Now, what we're talking about here is what a man is what he meant his statement, statement in action. But last month, Allah separates them. So he says those who have a man and do righteous actions.

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But here a law says, Those who are enemies to His angels, and to Gabriel or Tupelo, elomi cat when we cap

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our gibble on him, or do you believe when we can are they angels? They are angels. But Allah says here was an enemy to a law and his angels and jabrill. And

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it's not the fact that they're on a higher level that we're looking for, is the fact that even though they're mentioned in conjunction with the angels, they're not separate from the angels. And that that's okay in the Arabic language. It works in English as well. And I'll show you how

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we catch that point.

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Take a step back.

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Whoever is an enemy to a law and what is angels, and gibreel and Mika, aren't jabril and Mika from angels? Yes. So even though he mentioned them separately, with an end, using the conjunction Wow, in Arabic with an end, there is still part of the angels, it doesn't mean that there's something different, but they are special. But it doesn't mean that they are something different. They are still included in the term angels. Okay, here's those who believe in do righteous actions, even though righteous actions is part of a man, those who have he man and do righteous actions, even though they are part of the man they're still mentioned separately? And that's okay. From a

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linguistic standpoint. Okay. why they're mentioned separately is a different point. So here is really a McCallum mentioned separately, because they are on a higher level and because I lost my data, in this context was talking to the Jews. Okay. And here righteous actions are mentioned separately, the man says he is sometimes a woman's right to act to the long side of faith. So that one does not think that what is present have faith in the hearts of faces. Now, we'll get to schools and universities. Let's just go down to this one. Why is he man mentioned with righteous actions. Number one, read that out loud, and you'll see the connection is shallow. When mentioned the loan

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event encompasses belief and action stay with me. When we hear the man mentioned by itself, it encompasses both what belief and action, belief and action so many of you who have studied from before you've heard this when Islam is mentioned is this and when the man is mentioned, when I mentioned together Islam is the external actions that the man is the beliefs, right. So when a man is mentioned alone in the text, it encompasses all of that and you'll see that as we're going to cover a few hugging, that make that very clear inshallah, right? Uh huh. When mentioned in conjunction that is with other terms, it is specific or is pertaining only to believe so let's look

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at the What have been some jabril hadith of gibreel. What did you bring as the prophecy Salah? What is his slang? Like some answered by saying Islam is what?

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to testify to lay that a lot of the rest of the pillars, right? And then he asked them what is he meant. And he said he made us to believe and took minutes to have faith in a lot of his messengers and a lot of angels to the end. So he's specifically referring to things in the heart. Now we're gonna cover with it was known as the heartbeat of abdomen place, that's going to come in a few minutes and shallow Tada. And that when the promise like someone asked him, he tells them I command you with a man in a law alone. Do you know what he meant? And the law alone is? And they said along his messenger know best? And then he replied, It is to testify to landline law. So he answered that

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he man is what to testify, and to establish the salon to the end of the Heidi, these actions. So when the man is mentioned by itself in a text, it is going to be inclusive of everything. Now,

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if we take a step back, and we talk about schools and universities,

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if somebody goes to Drexel University, and you ask them, What school do you go to when they

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go to university? Uh huh. So school mentioned the loan.

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mentioned the law encompasses universities and colleges and technical schools and elementary schools.

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But if somebody says,

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we need to petition the government, not to allow the military to use schools and universities as recruiting rounds, what are they talking about when they say schools in

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like the, like, elementary schools or grade schools, they're not talking about universities because they mentioned it together. So, we have plenty of words like that in the English language that when mentioned alone,

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they are all encompassing. When mentioned with something else, it becomes specific. So that is one of the answers.

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To this question those who believe those who have faith and do righteous deeds, that faith, when mentioned alone, is all encompassing. When mentioned with righteous deeds, than it is referring to beliefs and righteous deeds are referring to righteous deeds. Either one of them is an answer that shows that righteous deeds are part of faith. And this is how I assume that historically have answered the mortgagee. And they're using this particular idea as a proof. All right, that's a mystic answer that they give them. The other thing which was already mentioned by acidity, is to highlight the importance of deeds. So that faith is not assumed to be only in the heart. So this is

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another reason why sometimes it says the little Edina mn while I'm even saw the hand, to show so that nobody, you know, has a misunderstanding or misconception that it is sufficient that what is in the heart is sufficient for salvation. Like

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we'll cover these we need to cover these pretty quickly

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is established in the 80s, from the authority of Abu huraira, when the Prophet alayhi wasalam said, fake a 77, I should say, Yes, 70, some odd 70 some odd branch, the highest of them is the statement, that man has the right to be worse if that there is no deity, there's no guy except the law. And the least of them is removing that which is harmony from the road of high modesty is a branch of faith right and higher, which we mentioned last week, maybe best translated as shame, in the sense that Have you no shame, meaning to embody morality, right here. So that shame that pushes one to be moral, is also a branch of faith. The author says that this hadith explicitly tells us that faith

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comprises a statement of the tone action of the limbs, beliefs and morals establishing the rights of alarm displaying beneficence to the creation. So again, and this had been the problem. So I sort of mentioned that faith has how many parts

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more than 770 some odd, right?

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So panela this heading is amazing.

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And it could be the subject of a year long course, as in 52 weeks, easily. And that is why I have them in hedger. I'm allowed to either infection berry in his explanation of his hobby, he does his best to talk about the branches of faith relating to the tongue branch to faith related to the heart brands and things related to the limbs, even headband or hemo love Jada, who wrote a book, it's known as Sahil, even headbang.

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This would have been a summarized version of the title of that book. So he even had been, which is a voluminous work by a scholar of Hades known as inhibin.

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He, he says, when he actually mentions this ID in his book.

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And just to show you the importance of this, he says, When I read this hobby,

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I began to read the Koran, verse by verse, looking for the branches of faith.

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So panela, and just to show you that they didn't let things slide, he wants to know, what are these branches of faith? So he says, I went by verse by verse, anything that was that mentioned faith, implicitly, that was from a branch. I wrote him down. He said, and by the time I got to the end of the Quran, I was way beyond seven.

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Wait, yeah, seven. He says, so I went back and I read the Koran, verse by verse in only extracted those actions or acts of obedience

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that were specifically singled out as a man. He said, but it didn't reach 70.

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You see his dilemma now? They didn't recently, he said, so I started to read the Hadith. One by one. He was a scholar of Hadees, by the way, so he's reading these headings one by one. And he only extracted the goals that specify that this is a part of faith. He said, but I also didn't read 70 so I combine them with the ones that I got from the court. And they reach 70 some odd branches, and I combine them a book called was from the man was shoe I boohoo.

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The description of the man and its components. But that book has been lost. We don't we don't have it. We don't have it. But I'd be happy as a book called shabooey men, which is 20. Some volumes, right? So the The point is that the scholars of Howdy. So very much consideration to explain this hadn't mentioned the branches of faith, the components of faith. The point here is that what's from faith that actions are also part of demon.

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What time is so like 10 minutes?

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type time we'll we'll wrap it up. Now this one that the negation of faith is established in the two Socrates from

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the Prophet is that what's that said? None of you truly believes until I am more beloved to him than his father, child and the whole of mankind.

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He, I would translate that as parent. Well, why did he child is good, then his parents, his parents, his children and the whole of mankind. So here the prophet Isaiah salatu salam is negating faith from the one who does not love him more than he loves his parents and his children and all of mankind. How does that manifest itself? If there is some contradiction between what the prophet Isaiah saw,

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has instructed us to do? And your love for your children or your parents? Then what do we put first, we put the instruction of the messengers and a lot of the setup before everything else. If one does not do that, then there's a deficiency in faith. In fact, the prophets alive some says he doesn't have faith. What is he negating? Here, what kind of faith is the Prophet is allowed to sit in the gate? I want you to learn this terminology.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam is negating what is known as he man, Adam wagon.

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He man and wagon, what is Elijah

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obligatory. So anytime you see the Prophet is allowed to sin, negating faith in God, then he is negating an aspect of

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obligatory faith or something that is an obligation upon you to do otherwise, he's not going to negate faith. Not all aspects of man are legit. There are other aspects of the man that are most the head, like praying do has that not part of faith? Yes, but it is not what removing something harmful from the road. It's not legit in most cases. It's something that is nice to have. But the problem is like Sam said that it is a component of faith. When the prophet SAW it, some is negating faith. That means a person has left off and an aspect of what is obligatory from his email.

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That's called an ethical demand and legit. Yes. Isn't this a point where you say that the person is not correct? And so correct. And that is why Yes, so what you what we get from this is not that a person is is outside of Islam, that is that he becomes a catfish, but that he does not have all of what is whadjuk from the men.

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is also recorded in the two sides from Adam's video that were on the Messenger of Allah and select wassalam says, none of you truly believes until he loves or his brother that is his Muslim brother, that what she loves for himself or his Muslim sister. No, and it's important because again, a lot of times we read these and we practice it with the brothers in the masjid because it's it's easy. You can fake it for an hour for two hours with the brother domestic. But the true test comes with the people who test your patience the most.

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And that those people who are close to you and that is where you have to love for them also what you love for yourself and don't put them in a predicament that that you wouldn't like to be in yourself. And this is across the board. I mean, there's a lot that can be said about this Heidi, but but uh especially to kind of LA and I mean, because this is not just a phenomenon that we deal with in our community but that is plagued the, the oma as a whole is the is the issue of divorce, and what happens with the children that are left and how a person uses the children as pawns. So to give back, either either the wife doing it to the husband or vice versa, both of them using the children

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out of spite, and you can't embody this hobby, and be spiteful.

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Is it possible to love for your brother would you love for yourself and to be spiteful?

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Keep in mind must be defined in legislative terms that is to saw his record the hadith of Aden and bass. very elaborate and concerning the delegation of apple.

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Is Abdullah's place. Yeah.

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It says from the names of Allah.

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No. So how can we add the place?

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Yes, yes. So how can somebody be something other than a lot? How does he have done

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this before?

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He had that name before. That's why they were the delegation. What is it delegation, they were people who recently accepted Islam, they were coming to the Prophet I didn't select was Sudan to learn more about Islam. And this, this same ID. And you look at the full text of it, they when they came to the prophet Isaiah select who was selling it telling him listen between us and you, is the tribe of a mother. They were confirmed, they were shady, they, you know, harsh, and they're gonna hurt us. And we can only come to you during the shower. During the sacred months, that's the only time we can come to you. There's only time you're not going to harm us, kill us or whatever. So he

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came to the province I suddenly said, what time give us a comprehensive order by which we can inform those who have left behind. And through which we may enter judgment panel or look at that. Look at that, though. What not maybe hear some narrations to teach us something inform us of something that is comprehensive, right? We can't take too many details. Give us something because once we leave you, we're probably not going to be able to get back to you once we go back because between us and you is the mother. And we can't get to higginbottom all the time. So teach us something that listen to this. And there's some handler this needs to be our attentions when we ask questions. They ask

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them give us something comprehensive, we can teach the people and we can act according to it. So let me go the agenda only was a whole bunch of we want to go to agenda. That's why we're asking these questions. A lot of people ask questions just because they like to talk. We'd like to, they like to go tell other people. Yeah, you know, I asked the shaking. He said this, that just anyone beat people over the head with information. They just want a lot of information. Oh, these people didn't just want information. They wanted something that they could work by so that they can go to a gentleman. They also asked him about I'm gonna I'm gonna speed through this. They also asked him

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about drinks and he commanded them with four things prohibited them from four things he ordered them. So the shape is summarizing the Hadees he ordered them with faith and a law alone he man been led by the Who? And then he said to them, Do you know what it means to have faith in Allah? Like, who is he talking to? Chinese people, Americans, who?

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Arabs just like him, they know what he meant, then what do means from an Arab perspective. And this is why we understand that faith has a man has to be defined with what legislative terms, not just linguistically, because if it was enough, just the language they understood the language. In fact, my daughter said to his prophet will not come to Trinity melki tabel macaroon to attend to the monkey tablet, he meant you did not know what the book was, nor no matter how some of us may have started out, it was from the most eloquent speech of the Arabs and understanding. So, here we are, we know that we have to understand it the way that it was mentioned in the book in the cinema and

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sort of proximity Some said to them, Do you know what it means that speaking alone alone, they said, what a lot of water sudo, Alon is messenger know best, the sun upset is to testify that there is no true god but Allah alone, and that Mohammed is a servant as messenger to establish the prayer to give us a cat fast farmer by to give one fifth of the war the schools of work, understood here so he man has been described what actions or actions of the heart beliefs or what actions and dilemmas

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actions are part of the man. I moved to this quickly with almost on a shadow of a doubt will record the manner that the prophet SAW someone said Whoever loves for the sake of Allah hates for the sake of Allah. That's what actions of the heart gives for the sake of Allah actions of the limbs and prevents for the sake of Allah

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has perfected faith that these qualities have to be present for faith to be complete. These are actions not just not just beliefs.

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Eilish. Sorry about that.

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This is the last proof that we'll mention and it is the last slide

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which is that a last round die that says for my account along with the UDF he managed to live in Nashville over him. A law would never allow your man to go to waste stay with a law says what he won't allow your man to go to waste a lot of time on switch for the mankind. The author says many of the exigency it the scholars of tafsir have explained he man here to me the prayer not just many of them, but even a little bump while he loves it says that there's consensus among the scholars have seen that he man here refers to salaat

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Hmm, what was going on some of the campaigns when the tickler was changed from what to what from Bates and MK does to to the cabinet. There were companions who die before ever praying to the cabinet. And they were concerned what's going to happen to those campaigns they never prayed towards the cabinet they only prayed to his base

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and some of the Muslims down for changing the kingdom because of this many Muslims are confused what would happen to them as a result of law revealed this verse that a law is never going to cause what your man to go to waste he made equals what in this eye salon and salon is an action so this is a clear proof from the Quran the salon is action play test yourself we go back to these questions for the vehicle

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Okay, so they are the ones of true faith What is the connection between this and beacon of movement so deep is the highest level of a moment now.

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And it does include actions not mentioned these three proofs indicating the actions are from email

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Okay, so we took the Hadith of the delegation of Abdullah case with approximately Sonam explained the man has been actions we just took the AI which is what

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I can't allow a man to come along and not cause a man to go to waste and then we say for example, he man is 70 some odd parts but the prices these are part of faith why they mentioned separately in the last statement is a few answers that we can give to that well we visited next week. inshallah what are the three levels of believers as mentioned O'Brien Dolly Molina see those around themselves? Those who travel the middle course

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and those who are foremost going to these when you manage the gated in the text What does that indicate

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somebody has left off something that is legit or they have done something that is hard on something as well. Oh, Anna was a lot of subtle melodic and then Amina Mohammed subhanak along

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to be like Fantasyland. Otherwise, we're taking questions. You can keep your questions that will take