Taimiyyah Zubair – Aqeedah Wasitiyyah – 06 The Names And Attributes Of Allah

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The importance of knowing everything and not trying to prove everything is crucial to achieving success in Islam. The speakers emphasize trusting someone and learning about the Lord's attributes to strengthen one's faith. The use of "has" in writing and giving people permission to speak truth and not giving them something they want is emphasized. The speakers stress the need for acceptance and guidance in actions to ensure success in achieving goals, especially for people who use language and live in a acceptance zone.
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi

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paradata sweetie you'll get him another word for the villa him in a show Pinilla Jean Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim. Rubbish trochlea Sati were silly Emily.

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Emily saniya Coco de probenecid nerima.

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I gave you some homework.

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And what was that?

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To find out the attributes of Allah soprano data from which I,

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I could see

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the idol could say, what kind of an ayah? Is it? How could the Prophet sallallahu Sallam describe it as the greatest idea of the Quran? So why is it the greatest idea of the Quran?

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Because it talks about the greatest being, it mentions his names and his attributes. How many names are there? At least

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five and how many attributes at least? 2526? Okay, so Which ones did you find? Let me ask you. Let's begin. From the beginning of the year, the name of Allah subhanaw taala. Allah. First of all, we learned about his name. Secondly, from the name Allah, we also learn his attribute, which is an Eli, the god the one who is worshipped. lair Illa, Illa. Who, from this statement, do we learn a name? No. But do we learn an attribute? Yes. And what is that attribute? The uniqueness of his Ulu here in Florida, will you hear that he is the only one who deserves to be the only one who deserves to be worshipped. I'll hide. From this we learn the name. And hey, what about any attribute, the attribute

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of high end of life, I assume the name of Allah, Allah yom and also the attribute of by umiya, which is his self sufficiency and also his providing and sustaining the entire creation. So how many attributes Do we have so far? Four, okay, four attributes we have. And three names, the first attribute being alella, the second being, He alone is Illa. Thirdly, he has a sofa of Hyatt And fourthly, the umiya. Then let's go to CNET on olano fifth attribute, which is that he does not sleep or even go near any kind of sleep, seventh attribute lahoma is semi worth you want to fill out? What does that show his ownership, ownership of what the entire creation, and we learn another attribute

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from here, the eighth attribute, lo, who, for him alone, in theological molk, that He alone is the owner, Mandela de ashfur, in the who elaborated me another attribute, which is for what to sovann Welcome in the perfection of his power and majesty, and his authority that no one can even intercede before him without his permission, that just shows how perfect is his power and his might, we learn another attribute from the statement which is the attribute of India, because in the hole near him, which means that some can be near him and others can be far from him. You understand? And remember that India? What is it to be in the presence of someone, all right, to be in the presence of

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someone. So this shows to us that if someone can be near Allah and another can be far from Allah, that means that Allah is not everywhere.

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You understand? It shows to us as attribute that he is not everywhere, as many people unfortunately believe that Allah is everywhere, because if a person who holds this belief then what does it mean? He is everywhere, he's in everything. He's above everything is below everything. He's beside everything. And that is something that does not fit him. It does not fit his majesty. Where is he? When he has told us that is the word arch. That it means that he's not everywhere. He is on his iPhone. From Hades we learned that he descends to the lowest sky then what does it mean? He's not always at the lowest sky? You understand? On the day of judgment, what jet bouquet your Lord will

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come? So from this attribute, what do we learn that he is not everywhere? Okay, ya know, my banner ad him warmer alpha home, which attribute do we learn

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that his knowledge encompasses everything before that actually we missed one attribute a levy eight knee, isn't. That's the 11th attribute. Is isn't that he allows and he also does not allow he permits and he also does not permit

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Yala banner ad and warmer holophone This tells us about his attribute of knowledge comprehensive knowledge that includes everything and this also tells us another attribute you see my banner ad him or my helper What does that refer to? The future and the past right? What happens to the past what we know about the past what happens to us we forget it and about the future what happens we don't know. We cannot predict and even if we guess it's not accurate, right the reality is always different. So Yana mama bainer ad mama alpha home this also shows us as attribute that he does not forget

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nor is he unaware What are you hate wanna be shaman or enemy? He 11 Masha 14 attributes which is that

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now you hate on every shaman or enemy Ellerbee measure. What does that attribute huh? Okay, his mushiya Very good, ellaby Masha, he wills, his mushiya and other attributes, the 15th attribute, the perfection of his greatness, that of his power that they cannot encompass him and knowledge. They cannot encompass him in knowledge and they cannot encompass anything in knowledge unless Allah allows.

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Okay, another attribute was the article to see you who sent out you will

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we learned about his kursi Okay, he has a QC then we also learn about his alma his who was his father, because what's your accuracy? You smell it? Well, it encompasses that the skies and the earth, it includes the skies and the earth, how vast is his kingdom? Just imagine how vast is his creation? If the creation is so big and so vast, then how great and amazing is the creator? how powerful he is. So this section alone was the accuracy your silhouette, you will have this alone tell us about so many of his attributes, his knowledge, his power, his uniqueness, his greatness, whether you do have Luma

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whether you do have Luma, which attribute do we learn, okay, that he does not get tired, what else?

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That he is the Protector? Good. What else?

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He's a sustainer. He's the guardian. He's the one who knows he's the provider. Because you see, preserving something requires a lot of other skills. Right, it means that he must necessarily possess other attributes. Because if he is preserving, he is looking after he is maintaining the entire creation, then it means he's the most knowledgeable, he's the most aware. That means he's also the Most Merciful. That means he is the most wealthy so his resources never end. When I Oh have Luma well, who Allah Allah, Allah Allah, Allah Allah Allah Arlene, more names and attributes of Allah soprano. So this is idol could see in which Allah has names His attributes are mentioned. And

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in particular, we learn about many names which are affirmed many attributes which are affirmed and also some attributes which are negated from him we learned about nafi as well as his back.

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Alright, well, he had that kind of and

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this is the reason why whoever recites this ayah

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What does it mean by this this is the reason why.

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Meaning This is how powerful this is. Because it mentions the names and attributes of Allah. This is the reason why this is the greatest and this is the reason why it is the most powerful that when a person recites it in the night, then throughout the night is protected Chitwan cannot come near him and that person is safe and protected from any possible harm. We'll call Li suparna who and his statement Glory be to Him what a what color lol Hey, a lady lay a mood and rely trust upon the EverLiving The one who does not die again over here in this ayah there is nothing as well as is back there is affirmation and negation affirmation of what a higher and higher and negation of mode layer

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mode he does not die. So remember, Allah subhanaw taala possesses both kinds of attributes meaning some attributes are affirmed for him and other attributes are negated from him. Why because they do not benefit him. So over here, what is being said rely upon the EverLiving The one who does not die, meaning don't rely on those who live and die. Those who are not eternal and Who are they?

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The creation right? Whether it is a person

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Or a machine, or a house or a car? Anything? They're not worthy of being relied upon. Why? Because they will die. And someone who will die, someone who cannot protect himself from finishing from ending, then how can he protect you? And how can he help you? If they will die that means there will be a time when they will not listen to you, when they will not understand you, when they cannot help you because they cannot help themselves. So, are they worthy of being relied upon? No. So therefore, don't rely on the creation don't rely on people don't depend on them. If you want to be happy, if you want relief, if you want comfort, why? Because people, they will die, they leave, they go away,

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they move away, they become distant, and Allah soprano Tada, he's above this. What is the vocal trust and reliance? What does it mean? The vocal basically means it's from workers and workers to entrust something to another, that you have an issue you have something to do you have a problem to deal with. So you entrust it to someone else that please do this for me, you solve this issue for me or you help me solve this.

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For example, you have to calculate your taxes. You know, you cannot do it yourself. So what do you do? You take all of your receipts and all of your, you know, every detail of your finance, you take it to someone who can help you figure it out. Why? Because you cannot do it yourself. So you entrust something to another, it doesn't mean that you leave the entire matter to them, no, you have to be part of the equation, right? You have to be part of solving the problem, because otherwise they will see your purchase and they don't know what it is is this a business expense is that a personal expense? You understand? So they need you to be part of it. Now, the walk call is on Allah subhanaw

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taala means First of all, simple arithmetic Allah sincere reliance upon Allah, meaning that you do not ask except him You do not seek help except from him. You do not have hope except in him in Him alone, secularity might Allah and it is for what purpose for the purpose of seeking some benefit, or in order to be protected from some harm. You want something or you want to be saved from some harm? And this is a reason why you rely upon him. But how do you rely upon him marostica db, while having trust in him while holding on to him? Because sometimes what happens is that we have an issue, okay, we have some big problem in our life, we want to be safe from some danger from some harm. We say,

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yeah, Allah will take care of it. I have faith in Allah, I have trust in Allah. But are we making any law for it? Are we doing any stefarr? are we holding on to him reaching out to him? tawakkol includes that, you know, like when you when you ask someone to do something for you, and you trust that they will do it, you just tell them once,

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what do you do?

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You request them again and again, remind them and show your weakness before them your dependence on them the fact that you need their help desperately. So tawakkol is not just yes Allah Who will take care of me. The walk call is also that you reach out to him. you beg him, you get up in the middle of the night. You ask him in the morning you ask him in the evening you remember him through the day you cry before him. you express your you know your needs your feelings verbally or in your heart. However, warfarin is us Bevis Saha. And at the same time using the correct means, using the correct means also mean don't just leave the matter to him, but it will tie the camel and then rely on the

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last panel. So do what is within your capacity also. Now, sometimes we rely on people, we depend on them. We attach ourselves to people what happens?

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We become miserable. We become unhappy because people disappoint us, okay. Another is that a person relies upon himself, he says I don't need anybody. I'm just going to take care of this myself. I'm capable, I'm strong, I can do this. He relies upon himself, what happens to such a person? He is disgraced.

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Because he realizes that he is incomplete. He cannot look after himself all by himself. He is disgraced. How? There are many examples of this, that when a person relies upon his strength, his numbers then Allah subhanaw taala makes him taste what some level of defeat or failure some level whether a lot or a little. Remember what happened to the Muslims at her name. What happened? They were so

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amazed by their own numbers and their strength, they thought they could do it. They thought they could do it. So what happened? They lost initially. They lost initially.

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Now, and there is another way that sometimes people rely on a loss of panel data, but they don't use any means

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without putting in any effort themselves, this is not sincere.

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This in fact, is a form of foolishness and deficiency in religion, because it's an obvious criticism of Allah's wisdom. Obviously, if Allah is going to help you, it's going to be through some means, right? Allah has given you the intellect, he's given you the means. Now it's your job, you rely on him, you reach out to him you pray to Him, and at the same time you do what is within your capacity. But if you expect for miracles, you begin expecting miracles. And you say, oh, it doesn't happen. Then what is this? This is almost mocking it. Allah soprano Dada, so this is also incorrect. What what color lol Hey, rely upon who the EverLiving and this the vocal is so important because it is

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half of religion, a yak and now we'll do one half is Reba and the other half is a yak monastery, we seek your help. And seeking Allah's help means what relying upon him. So this debacle needs to be correct.

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Then the second title agenda Robaina Louis wakatobi, he was a Yeti, whatever the Yeti, a general, a general meaning combination, combination of what his attributes which attributes bainer, between Louis his or Lou, what is alone exhaustiveness what could be he and his core, what is core closeness near and as well as the Yeti he and his as Eliya as Eliya is eternity, it's basically when something is without any beginning.

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So as a Yeti, the fact that he was always there,

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he is eternal was always there without any beginning, whatever the Yeti,

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the Yeti has over the year, what does that mean when something is everlasting? It's endless, it will remain forever.

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So at the same time, Allah subhanaw taala, possesses all of these attributes, which attributes the fact that he's exalted. The fact that he's near the fact that he always was, and he will always remain.

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And this is amazing Who else can be like this.

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Just think he has Lulu he is high. In fact, he is the highest, so no one is with him or above him.

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And yet he is near, yet at the same time, he is near, he was always there and he will always remain, so he is without any beginning or any end.

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So what does it mean then, that he has encompassed everything from beginning to end? He has a health uncle,

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right, because he is the highest and at the same time, he is the most intimate, closest one. That means that everything in between, he has full control over it. If he always was and always will be, then what does it mean everything in between? He has full control over it. What only he said Hannah, who? And his statement Glory be to Him? Who will Well, well, our hero will la hero. Well, belt, we know what Who are we Cooley Shay, in our leam He is the first and the last, and the ascendant and the intimate, and he is of all things knowing for Names of Allah subhanaw taala mentioned over here. And these names, they show us his or lose his focus, as Leah has ever the first name is a one and

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what does a well mean? The first. So first means there was none before him, which means that he always was, he always existed. The second name is

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what does after mean last. And this means that there will be none after him, which means that he will always be he will always remain, the passage of time has makes no difference to him. No difference.

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The third name in this ayah is

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a law here.

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And a law here. We think the law is one who is apparent.

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But that's not the meaning. Law hit over here gives a meaning of highest.

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The name of a law a law hit means the one who is highest, meaning none is above him. Because

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it means Lou Lou means to be high. You see, we learned

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At the beginning of this book Lila Hera who Allah Dini Kohli What does it mean by Zohar over there that he makes the religion dominant overcome

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okay and what is dominant? What overcomes the other is where

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above higher okay from this is also love what is the back of an animal and that is also the topmost part. Okay. So, also we learn about

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yet dude my dude from us the thorough a yellowheart who are not capable to climb over go over the wall, okay so going over requires going hi okay. So Allah had means he is the highest.

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So none is above him He is the highest. The fourth name that is mentioned here is L battling

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and battling. Again sometimes we understand that this is hidden.

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But battling over here means closest because what is hidden is the closest to something closest to that object. Okay. But with respect to Allah subhanaw taala. abelton means the closest, so none is closer than him It gives meaning of course, is the most intimate meaning. So all of these names are well ahead of our head about what do they tell us about Allah subhanho that he has encompassed

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everything. And what will be Courtney Shea in Arlene, he is knowing of everything, meaning while possessing these perfect attributes, he is also knowing everything.

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So now learning these app, does that give us a better understanding of who our Lord is.

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Because through these verses, we come to know of his attributes of his names or his characteristics. And this is a reason behind why we're studying up either to build our email to strengthen our faith in the last panel data.

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The third,

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it helped me be jamir image locati helper helper means to

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encompass a helper to me he, his raylan has encompassed it has included

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What does it encompass beija marry mahalo party, his entire creation, the entire creation is encompassed

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by his knowledge, meaning he knows about everything and everyone, nothing is outside of his knowledge.

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You understand?

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Meaning, if there is anything, he knows about it?

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If there is anything he knows about it?

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And if he doesn't know about it, then what does it mean? It's not there?

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You understand? This is why in the Quran we learn

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to not be una LA. Are you telling Allah? Are you informing Allah? Meaning if you're trying to tell him about something, presuming that he doesn't know it means that he doesn't exist, that it doesn't exist? Because if it existed, he would already know about it, because it helped her in many visioneering McCarthy he has encompassed everything in his knowledge of his creation. What's the evidence of this workload he and his statement? What well, Eileen, will Hakeem and he is the knowing and the wise. What will Arlene will hacking?

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Okay. There is a small error over here.

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Or who will or Elaine will Hakeem is the ayah from Surah to him. Okay, number two. And what is mentioned over here there's actually an item missing in this text. Which is why when you look at other texts of Peter versus Leah, you will find this is what will Eileen will Hakeem and that is sort of the him is number two.

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And then what kolu and estatement Allah Allah will Habib.

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Okay, but there's no one who are before that. And Arlene will have it and that is sort of the theme is number three. Allah animal habitat is mentioned here. Well, that's not part of the ayah because the eye ends with colonic Burundian eilene, animal COVID Mojave. Okay. And before an early Mojave is what will earlywood Hakeem to him is number two. So the names of Allah Allah Elohim al Hakim, what do they tell us first of all about his and we have learned about the attribute of knowledge before also in ITIL could see that Aleem. He knows he has knowledge of what everything and everything

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Every one he encompasses everything in knowledge.

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And Al Hakim al Hakim is

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the most wise. Remember that Al Hakim is from hikmah. And it's also from hokum. hokum means to give a command to make a judgement. So Allah, He is a lackey meaning all hokum is for him, he decides he judges.

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Okay, he decides he judges

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come, is it to make something firm?

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Okay, to make something properly firmly, and that cannot be except without wisdom. hikma. So any judgment that Allah makes, that is firm, and it's based upon his wisdom, any judgment, any comment, any ruling, whether it is Kony or shutter, whether it has to do with the matters of the universe, okay, or it has to do with the matters of the dean.

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And remember that he is a hacky, meaning he is the most wise so there is wisdom in how something is and also in its consequence. Okay? So for example, water if it is of a particular nature consistency, there's wisdom behind that. Because imagine if water was thick,

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just imagine if it was thick, like thick in its consistency.

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Would it be usable?

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Have you ever tried applying honey on your hands are in a burn or a wound, what happens? It's sticky, or you have to rub it in order to wash it off. Imagine if water was like that. Life would be so difficult. So there is hikma in behind how something is its color, its shape, its size, its nature, its consistency.

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And also in its objective or in its consequence meaning the reason why Allah subhanaw taala has made it why he has legislated it. He is attacking him and tell me something, making this kind of judgment ruling. Okay, hikma, what does that require?

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knowledge. So again, this emphasizes his

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or calling and his statement, ally lemo hobbies. He is an alien. And he is also a hobbies. And it means the one who knows hobbies who the one who is aware. What's the difference between knowledge and awareness? basically the same thing, right? But why does the last panel data tell us that he has read him and he also has covered? Because apparently, it seems like it's the same thing. But it's not the same. There is a difference between reading and hubbub

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is to know the surface of something, the law of something

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and how it is to know the button. What is inside?

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So for example, knowledge is to know Okay, this is an apple or in you know that this is an apple it's not an orange, but carbon is what that when you taste it, you know that it is sweet.

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Okay, now do have hover of something. Do you need more? As a human being? Do you need more knowledge? Or do you need more experience? Yes. Okay, if someone has not tasted an apple, what do they know? They don't know.

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Allah subhanaw taala is Arlene and hubby. He knows the apparent and he also knows what is inside what is hidden.

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We are weak and we need to experience in order to know Allah subhanaw taala is above that he knows. And Arlene and Hobbes. Now if you think about it, in the general sense, does it not include every detail? knowledge in the general sense includes every detail? Right? So for example, apple, I mean, if you know that it's an apple, you should know that apples are generally sweet. Right? It's part of general knowledge. But when I lean and after that alphabet is mentioned and what is being emphasized, that he knows that which is hidden, because it's being mentioned in two ways in the general sense and also in a specific sense. So it shows how this has been emphasized that he knows

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the hidden the most secret matters also.

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Here allow me to fill out the woman, woman, her woman ANZ, Lumina Center, a woman here roofie her yamo he knows my Yeti to fill out that which goes into the earth. What goes into the earth,

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the dead, they're buried in the earth. What else goes into the earth? seeds, what else water that's absorbed by the earth. What else? So many different creatures.

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The other day I got this plant to keep indoors. And I moved I've watered it so I moved it from its place and I'm

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under it, I found something moving.

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And like what is this it looked like a snail. But it wasn't actually a snail. It was basically a grub. And I was amazed at how this thing was living inside the spot. And I had no idea because if I knew that this creature was inside the spot, I would have never put it inside my kitchen.

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He knows what goes in the earth, what is hidden in the depths of the earth, He knows about it, we just look at the surface, right? But he knows what is inside. We don't even know what all is buried within the earth. What's entering the earth, which snake is going in from where and which water is being absorbed, where

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which routes are taking in the water, where it's going, which dead is being buried right now, where a low Arnhem he knows all of this yamo mariology he knows what enters into the earth and what goes into the earth and what it will turn into what it will become.

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What is turning into oil and what is turning into coal and what is turning into other minerals, he knows jamoma you need to fill out the form as modem in her.

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And whatever comes out of it what comes out of the earth.

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Okay, plants, they grow out what else comes out of the earth. Okay, so many minerals, they're extracted, what else, even water comes out of the earth, right? And so many creatures, they're born inside the earth, and they make their way out of the sand. They make their way out of the earth, as if dead are being resurrected. You know, for example, turtles, they lay their eggs deep inside the sand. And when those eggs hatch, and the babies they come out, they make their way out of the center, you literally see a head poking out in an arms and then the entire creature comes out.

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So he knows what is coming out from where he knows my yard you mean her gold is extracted and minerals are extracted, he knows which seed will open up and which will not. Why am I nz domina summer and whatever comes down from the sky, what comes down from the sky? rain, hail, snow, what else? angels. Revelation was sent Allah's commands. Right? They're brought down so Mahon, Zulu woman, you're overdue and whatever that goes up, meaning whatever ascends into the sky, whatever goes up through the sky, and what is that?

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deeds, what else? The souls of people, right when they're taken, angels go up, do our eyes go up.

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And when a person praises a loss of pantalla those words of the speaker also they rise up. And you know how far they go.

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When a person glorifies Allah, when a person remembers Allah, these words they rise up, and you know how far they go

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to the house. In today's we learn this Hadith of

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that what you mentioned of the spear and delille and the Hamid meaning whatever words of the Could you say? Saying Subhana Allah, La ilaha illAllah Alhamdulillah these words, they revolve around the ash.

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They revolve around their buzzing like bees.

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The sound in you say it here uses

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But what happens these words, they rise up to the US and around the outstay revolve and the sound you know, you're making the sound here, but that sound is buzzing like bees over there.

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And they remind of the one who said it meaning they mentioned to Allah subhanaw taala the person who said those words, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, won't any of you like to have or continue to have something that reminds of him? Meaning that mentions him to Allah soprano don't want any one of you like that someone

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is mentioning you to your Lord.

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Wouldn't you like that? So this is basically an encouragement, this be the holy grail and that made and these days what should be done? What did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam say these are the best days and for okviru for him,

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do a lot of this be made daily.

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Now the fact that Allah subhanaw taala knows everything, what comes down, what goes up? What goes in what comes out? Everything. What does that tell us? includes everything and knowledge. So when he knows everything, is his word reliable?

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Yeah. Does it need to be proven? by some scientific research? No. So

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Anything that we find in the Quran, what should be our attitude towards it accepted without any doubt, without any hesitation? Because it is the most truthful, the most accurate statement.

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We're in the Houma fatica lave layer aloha Illa who we are Lambo, Mirfield battery, well battery warmer the scotoma rocket in a layer Aloha, well I have button field automatic only when a lot when will I ever seen in their feed? kitabi moving? again in this ayah What do we learn about a less knowledge is complete knowledge. Were in the home of ethically and with him are the keys of the unseen layer, Allah Maha Illa who none knows them except him. Only he knows about those mufaddal mfat their keys, what is the key?

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If you have the key to something, what does it mean? You have some treasure,

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okay, because only a treasure needs to be locked and secured. You understand? So mathematically, one meeting is to treasures of the unseen. Meaning all those treasures that are out there, valuables, resources

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that Allah subhanaw taala owns, they're hidden, meaning people don't know about them, people get worried that we're going to run out of this and run out of this, but Allah has the treasures he has them and when you own the treasure of something that what does it mean you take it out according to your own decision, right. So, Allah has the treasures the store houses and he gives from his risk whenever he wants, how much ever he wants, because the control is with him. You understand another meaning of morality is key, what does the key mean? The opening of something

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when you have the key and when you unlock that what does it mean you are opening you are beginning you know your access to the other side.

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Okay. So my father has also been understood as the beginning

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the beginning of what that matter which is of the unseen and only Allah knows about it, and remember that these are five

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these are five matters which are known only to Allah. Okay. And they are part of the unseen and which ones are they that we learned from the Quran in the lower in the who are Alamosa? First of all knowledge of the our meaning when it will happen? Because the hour is the key to afterlife. It's the beginning. Once that will be unlocked and what will happen, the afterlife will begin.

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So you understand how it is the beginning. Okay, well, you know zero waste, he sends down the rain.

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Now the rain is also the key key to what life of the earth it's the beginning of the life of the earth. If there's no rain coming down from the sky, then what will happen, plants will die creatures will die. But when rain will come, then what will begin life will begin.

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We are in a will method or him he knows what is in the womb.

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What is in the womb, this is the beginning of a new life.

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Right, because when that will come out when that will be born, then a new life will begin a new creature will live.

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Fourth one after that enough some other taxable other. No soul knows what it will earn tomorrow.

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What will happen tomorrow is key to future earnings.

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Right? It's the beginning of what of your future meaning what you will acquire in the future.

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So he knows about that will matter enough some be a little interlude, the fifth the place of death no soul knows in which land it will die. And that is the key to the afterlife of an individual. It's the beginning of his new life. Life in Bursa. So we're in the home of it her life these five matters who knows them? Only Allah subhana wa Tada. There it is his decision when he will unlock when he will begin.

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You see, the hour who can begin it. Only Allah soprano turn rain who can send it only Allah birth when can it take place?

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Only when Allah wills right? Likewise, what will happen tomorrow? When can you get that? Only if Allah knows which place you will die at.

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Only Allah knows about that. And only when a person will reach a particular place, then he will die. And remember the story of that prophet who was meant to die up in the skies. Right and roughly the reason

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I believe and then what happened on the Angela, that game to take his soul? Because every prophet has given a choice that either you die now or you get some more time.

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Right? So he was basically going up to see if he could get an extension and at that particular sky, the medical moat, he found him and he said, I was wondering how I was meant to take your soul over here.

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So a person will only die where he is destined to write, and that knowledge is only with who? Allah soprano, thank you. It's amazing. Not right, not left, you know, sometimes that takes place, it's such a specific, you know, as a result of such a specific incident, a person was driving on a particular road, he made that wrong decision. Okay, turn left, or you know, swerve to the left. And at that same Second, you know, a car was coming from the opposite side, and the crash happened. So many things happen at once, so that the person could die at that place. So layer lemma.

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Only he knows about these matters, no one knows them, but him, no angel, no prophet, even the ending of death.

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Like in the case of Prophet Idris, like he didn't have any clue as to how it was going to happen. Only Allah knows jabril came and asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam matassa? And what was the answer? The one who is being asked does not know any better than the one who is asking jabril does not know the profits or losses and does not know we are alemu. And he knows meaning he has more knowledge. Besides this also, Allah subhanaw taala knows more. And what is that? muffin belly? Well, whatever that is in the land, and in the sea, only known to him? Do we even know what all is in the surface of the Earth? we probably don't know what all is there, on the surface of our house, or the

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floor of our house? We don't know we cannot count. And the mountains also which are on the earth, okay, what's inside them? What has on them? Only Allah knows. And he knows what should be where, okay, because he knows what is on the land. So he knows that this person should be in this country, and that person should be in that country and this person should be in this city. And that person should be in that city. Because sometimes we cannot understand why. Why is it that this earth has to be so big, so me and my friends or me and my family have to be so many miles apart? Yala. He knows my film or whatever is on the earth. And there's a reason behind that. There's Hickman behind that.

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Think about how Mossad is, and I was taken away from Egypt, in Meridian, and then from Meridian, sent back to Egypt. He knows what is on land, what is going from one place to the other, he allows it or he doesn't allow it, he trains he teaches through different ways.

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So it is his decision to place whatever, wherever and whatever that is in the in the sea, what is in the sea.

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More than we can even imagine more than we can even count fish that are blind and fish that can see fish that are clear and fish that are colorful, big and small. What matters and it does not fall miwako in any leaf in layer aloha except that he knows it.

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If he knows the falling leaf,

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then it means he knew the leaf even before the leaf fell.

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He knows the growing leaf, the leaf when it was growing, and then what sat on it and how long it stayed in the colors that it changed. And then eventually when it fell and what caused it to fall. And that's the falling leaf. What does it signify the changing season right? So he knows about all those details. So while I have button field Lulu metal early and there is no have been no seed in the darkness of the soil. Because Where are seeds inside the soil right and what is inside the soil darkness. So even if something is hidden in the darkness of something buried within something, he knows about it without when when I listen

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and there is nothing fresh or dry. Fresh, nothing is basically wet. So fresh, alive, colorful, growing, and the Abyss dry.

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colorless, or brown or dead.

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Not moist at all. elaphiti Tabby, mobian except that all of this is in a clear record. So what does it mean that all of this is known to him? And at the same time, it's also

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You know how difficult data entry is?

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Think about it, how difficult it is to enter data accurately, to write something, to record it, so many mistakes and errors, which is why it's proof read once and twice and more and more times and still in the final print, what do you see errors and mistakes.

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And then sometimes what happens is that you write something out first, you make a plan. And in order to make a plan, there's so many things, so much effort that's gone into so much brainstorming. And then once that plan is written, is it executed the same way? Is it it's never executed the same way. You go to an event, you're given a timetable, a schedule, you're told at this time this will happen. And as soon as you get there, you're told we're running half an hour late.

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Just imagine all of this is an ullas knowledge and everything is written, which means that it is finalized, finalized decided from before and finalizing information is very difficult.

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Then processing all of that, executing all of that

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is even far more challenging for us. So what is this I show that everything that is happening, even the falling of a leaf is happening according to a plan.

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His knowledge, meaning his plan will colusa lead and what can be done, most of every small and big thing is written, it's recorded, meaning it's finalized, and it will be executed in that way.

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The next day a woman that I mean when when I told her in love your enemy,

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Matta millou, it does not carry men onset any female. Well, I thought that would nor does it deliver elaborate real meat except with his knowledge. Once over here first to every female, whether human or animal.

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So whatever it bears, meaning whatever it conceives.

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Whatever goes in where it rests, how it grows, how much it grows, how much develops is known only to him, and let other every child that is born, every child, human or animal, every birth that takes place is known to him. Imagine every

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hatching of an egg.

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Just imagine whether it is a bird or a fish, any egg that opens and from it, a creature comes out a baby comes out, it happened with his knowledge.

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Any woman that gives birth, so many births are taking place, right? All over the world. Who knows we cannot even keep track. So many births. They're not even registered, isn't it?

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I was watching this documentary recently. It's a girl, that how these words are the most dangerous words that could be said in India. How many female children Okay, their births are not even recorded.

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They're not even registered. Why? Because the girl is born and killed, born and killed, born and killed. There are about 2 million girls

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2 million girls that have been lost like this, if not more, this is just an estimate.

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Just imagine, but people may not know. He knows that that child was born and it was killed. So he will hold accountable. Next I liter alemu so that you know an Allah Allah militia in Kodi, that Indeed Allah is capable, he has poodle. He has the ability, over what cliche, everything we're anila could, however, be cliche in and that Indeed Allah He has encompassed everything in his knowledge. Notice the first word literal, you should know, meaning this should be known to everyone, all of us, this should be known to all of us What? That Allah is able to do anything.

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Why? Because he knows everything. And everything is in his control. Nothing can escape him.

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What happens to people what happens to us? Just because we know something, doesn't mean we can do it. And doesn't mean that we have power over it.

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Like for example a disease is diagnosed.

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The entire detail is there.

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This is the problem with the blood. This is happening or this is not happening. The entire report is there. All the numbers are there. But can we do anything to fix it? So many times we know but are we are sitting helplessly you know we cannot do anything at all.

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But he is on our coalition parties. And at the same time he possesses knowledge

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So he knows, and he can also do whatever he wants.

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So the manner and he said, how much knowledge did he have? A lot.

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Even he knew the language of

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the birds, so much so that when one bird was missing Hood Hood, he knew. But what happens with us so many are missing? And we don't know. So many things go missing and we have no clue.

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We don't have any idea. After so long we realize, Oh, where did that thing go? I haven't seen it in so long.

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Allah subhanaw taala knows even more than today, man at the center, said a man or a Salaam understood the communication of the ants.

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Allah subhanaw taala knows how the fish communicate, and why they communicate

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and what they communicate and the answers. And so many other creatures also that we don't know about. We don't even understand. You know, it's amazing how people will spend their entire lives living amongst animals, just so that they can better know them and understand them.

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They can better understand why they behave in a particular way or why they eat something or why they go somewhere. And it's amazing how so many researchers have literally dedicated their lives. But still, despite all that experience, do they have complete knowledge? No, it's just scratching the surface. But Allah litella mo you should know that anila harleigh coalition Khadija and aloka how to be cliche in workone any statement in the Lucha who was the coup wattle Mateen Indeed, it is Allah who is unresolved. He is a little over and he is admitting to names and three attributes.

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Aliza who is unresolved,

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the provider, the one who gives risk. Razzak also gives risk. Reza, what does that show? One who gives a lot of risk and one who gives risk to all just imagine the numerous creatures that are there, how much they eat, how much they consume, and who's providing them continuously day in and day out. Allah soprano.

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What happens to us when we have to feed to people or just ourselves even even that becomes such a chore.

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Because, first of all, getting the money and then getting the food and then preparing the food and then sitting and eating and then feeding others that takes so much time. So much so that if one person is dedicated to just, you know, taking care of the food of people, he cannot do other things. So much time goes into this so much energy goes into this. If you cook one day, you can clean.

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If you cook one day, you can wake up early enough it happens with many people. It exhausts us, feeding just one family exhausts us, Allah is Elisa and we are stingy also, aren't we? We will give risk. You know, for example, a little bit of food to one person one day and then the next day we want.

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Why? Because they hurt us or they didn't turn back and say thank you.

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And we will get one cookie but not another cookie after that. Allah is as

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you know, an adult blue whale. It can eat up to 14 million krill in one day. What is krill shrimp like creature, 14 million.

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Now what does that mean? Go a little deep, 14 million krill. If they're being eaten every day by a whale, that means 14 million krill are being created also. And they're eating something else.

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Because it's a food chain, right? One thing becomes a food of the other.

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Now imagine 14 million are just consumed by a whale in one day. How many krill in one week? Think about it. If a family grows one more child, then all of a sudden people start looking at numbers and figures. That this means this much money will be needed for their education and for their diapers and their food. Right? And for travel then one extra ticket. Okay, so we start worrying, because we are limited and alasa panel data is Alyssa.

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Have you ever looked into how much it costs into having a particular pet?

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So for example, a cat can cost up to almost $1,000 a year.

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It can all the vet visits and the vaccinations and one thing after the other in the food. It's costly.

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And there's so many cats living out in the wild who's providing them

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Allah subhanaw taala who's protecting them against disease? Allah soprano died in the law who was so why is this I mentioned because

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This cannot be given

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except with real

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knowledge. Because obviously, when someone is hungry and they tell us I am hungry, I need this and you get to know about their hunger then you give them

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or you know that this food they need

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this is when you give them a loss of penalty gives to everybody even before people ask even before the creation asks him, he's a loser. Now, remember that Liske is of two kinds

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it is of two kinds, one is arm and the other is hos arm general risk, General provision that fulfills physical needs,

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that the body benefits from close food, sunlight, air, water,

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this has benefiting the body physical needs are being fulfilled through this risk. The second type of risk is Haas specific, that which sustains you can say the Dean of a person, what their religion is established with,

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because spirituality that is also a part of us, and that also needs food that also needs sustenance, and what is the sustenance for spirituality do things mainly,

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and motivation to do? So Allah is Allah Zack meaning he gives him an effort also. And he gives the motivation to people also so that they will

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they will worship him, right. So for example, he gives, he gives me a hug, but it gives Russia

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he gives hope. And because of these factors, a person is motivated to worship Allah more and more.

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So he is ours. And he is Lulu wattle, Mateen zelkova What does that mean? possessor off strength possessor off

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before that, he is unresolved. So what does it mean? Should we seek risk from him?

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If we need it is whether it is knowledge or food or money, or any kind of vitamin that is deficient in our body? Anything? Who do we ask?

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Allah subhanaw taala? Should we ask him because he's reserved anyway? He's going to give it anyway. Should we still ask him? Yes. Because asking is a means of acquiring.

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How should we ask?

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How? Okay, make the law when

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the prophet SAW a lot of sudden when would he make the offer just

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a llama in the US elicker eliminare Ferran where I'm at and with the Kabbalah What is

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And remember that da when it's made at the end of Salah, then what does it mean before that the scheme.

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So before that the scheme he would make this there are

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many times we are worried about risk,

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about food, about money about bills.

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And we express our concerns before people, but we don't express our concern before Allah

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who can provide who is the only one who can provide because if someone is going to give us they can only give us if Allah

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if Allah puts it in their heart,

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so that they understand your need and they have mercy for you or they have some affection for you and then they help you and then they give you

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so the giver is who? Allah soprano Tada. You know how these we learn his or her deaconess instead of the Sahara? That a Bedouin man came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and he said, he also de la are living in Salem, please teach me something good. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam held his hand. And he said to him, called Subhana Allah handed in there, what are Illa Illa? Allah Allahu Akbar, say these words. So the Bedouin man, he counted these for a car on his fingers, and he went away. But then as he was walking where he stopped, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam smiled, he said, He's thinking, and then the man he the veteran man, he came back to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he

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came back and he said, the other sort of Allah, these words have Allah. This is all for Allah

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Subhana Allah and glorifying a little hungry lamb, thanking him later in the law, and mentioning his oneness. Allahu Akbar, I mentioning his greatness, this is all for Allah, family. What is for me? I want something for myself. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to him, we had our hobby. When you say Subhana Allah, Allah subhanaw taala says so doctor, you have spoken the truth. When you say Alhamdulillah Allah says so that you have spoken the truth. When you say Laila Allah Allah, Allah says

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Doctor, you have spoken the truth. And when you say Allahu Akbar, Allah says, So Dr. Meaning has spoken the truth. And when you say after that Allahumma fiddley Allah says, What file Do

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I have done that when you say Allah forgive me, unless as I have done that I have forgiven you. And when you say, Allahu madhubani Allah says, For all I have done that, Allah have mercy on me. I have done that. And when you say Allah Hamada zucchini, Allah provide me, Allah says,

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I have done that meaning I've made the decision to provide you. Yes, I will provide you I will give you

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so what do we learn from this? The Bedouin, man he counted the seven on his fingers, and then he went to we happy

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so what are the seven has gone? sapan Allah Alhamdulillah La ilaha illa Allah, Allahu Akbar, Allah homophily Allahumma Hani Allahumma zucchini, whenever you need anything, anything,

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even if you need a phone cover, literally, because even that can become difficult.

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Anything you need replaced we keep turning to our family members and husbands and fathers and we keep annoying them. And at the same time we feel guilty. They're so busy, they don't have time. How can they help us they can barely do their own things. How can they help me? Before turning to them ask Allah

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ask Allah.

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He is little khumba He is the possessor of power, what is the what

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is such a characteristic with which the Dewar he can do? Whatever he wills without any weakness. It's the opposite of

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or its weakness. It's the opposite of weakness, meaning he does not have any larf, he does not have any weakness. He's a little cooler, he is the possessor of a woman ultimate power is with Allah soprano. And notice how this has mentioned right after that.

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Because many times people have something

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they want to give you, but they don't have the power to give you their week. Because somebody is going to object, somebody is going to find them. Somebody is going to be unhappy. They have the means but they don't have the power. They don't have the ability. They don't have that freedom.

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Allah is of a Zack Cova and he is an Mateen and Mateen. This is further emphasizing the little Cova and El Mateen. Even our buffalo are described as chedid meaning firm and severe and strong. Meaning he's firm in his in his honor in his might firm and all of his attributes.

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Because I already labeled the one who was not the one who is above any weakness, so he is an 18.

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Next is is bad to summary well bacillary lilla is of Hannah who

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is bad affirming affirmation of a summary, what is a summary? Hearing well, bustle and the sea Lily for Allah subhanho Glory be to Him. Meaning, what's the evidence? What's the proof that Allah hears and he sees? Because we learned earlier that there are some people who do therapy and what is that lead? to abandon the attribute? They say that okay, he is a Sameer but Bella summer, he is elbasy but Bella Vasa, he doesn't say he doesn't hear because if you say that he hears and sees, then you are describing him you're doing the teeth, and you are doing them see you are resembling him to the creation.

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But how is it that we believe that Allah is a Sameer endless lead, he has summer and bustle, without therapy, without the cave without Dempsey, and without that leaf? Because those are the triathlete. They also did the Hanif because they didn't want to believe that Allah, He speaks, so they altered the words of the crown, they change them they did the honey vaults. So what belief is have forgotten Nigeria, those were saved from these base and cheap ways, that they believe in Allah as Allah has described himself. Allah describes himself what bolita Allah and His statement, Exalted he is laser committed cliche, what was Sameera? vasai this ayah itself explains laser commits cliche, there is

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nothing I can what was semi robustly any years and he sees which means that he hears like no other and he sees like no other. So when you believe that Allah has the attribute of summer and bustle, then it doesn't mean that you're describing him.

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just describing you with the description that He has given, right, and it doesn't mean that you are likening him to his creation you resembling him with his creation, because laser committed cliched, there is nothing like him.

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So, these are alleged names that show His attributes that Samir Alba

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welcome workout he and his statement in Allaha. Indeed Allah near him, how excellent how good Yari Lacombe is that which he advises you with that which he instructs you with meaning what a good what an excellent instruction Allah is giving you in the law Indeed, Allah Khanna he has ever sent me embassy raw hearing and seen notice can what is can I show can SME embassy, always He always

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was is and will be meaning he always possess these attributes, he possesses them now, and he will forever possess these attributes, Samir lessly, he hears and he sees.

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Now, some hearing, when we speak of someone with respect to a loss of value than what does it mean that he hears? What does it mean? That he hears,

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whatever that can be heard, meaning any sound,

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any sound? Now, some sounds we can hear, because our ears are such that can perceive those sounds. And there are other sounds in which we cannot hear? Do they exist? Yes.

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Right. Now, we have limited ability. Why? Because we are limited, we are human beings, we are the creation. If we can hear one thing, we cannot hear another. If we are in one room and we're hearing the conversation of two people, we cannot hear the conversation that's taking place in another place. If we're standing in a kitchen, right under the exhaust fan,

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would that noise what happens every other sound is

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drowned, we can't hear it.

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Allah subhanaw taala is a semir, which means that he perceives every sound, he hears every sound.

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And this is further divided in three categories. The fact that he hears his rock assault. So first of all, that he hears every sound meaning there's no sound except that he hears it. Like Alice palatinus has an semirara Allahu poletti to God Luca, is oduya Allah heard the statement of the woman who was arguing with you about her husband, I should know and how What did she say? I was there I didn't hear Allah above the seven heavens on his own.

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So it drops out meaning he hears every sound. Secondly, this means he hears meaning he also assists and helps like Masada sound, how donor ism Allah subhanaw taala told and in many markoma, a small Wah, I'm with you, I hear you and I see you.

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I hear you and I see you. Meaning I hear every sound of yours and every sound that is said to you.

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So I am watching you. I'm protecting you. I'm helping you. You understand? Because why is it that we watch out for sounds like for example, a baby's sleeping? Why is it that our ears are there constantly? Why?

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So that we can help. Right? Thirdly, it also gives meaning of worried meeting his threat. He threatens, you know, like children are talking and I heard you.

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I heard you. I know what you've said. So when Allah subhanaw taala says that he has heard or he hears, then this is a warning also.

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First of all, that means that there's nothing beyond him meaning every sound he hears. Secondly, that he will help you if you're deserving of his help. And thirdly, it's a warning also.

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How, like in the Quran, we learn Amir savona and their learners, Marisela whom want to do well do the things that we don't hear their signal and their natural. what goes on in their heart secretly and what they Converse privately. We hear everything we hear what they say. So it's a threat.

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So when we believe that Allah subhanaw taala is a semir, Allah hears, we believe that he perceives every sound, we believe that he hears us, he will help us and because he hears he will hold us accountable.

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And also remember that summer also means that he responds.

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He is mujeeb he responds. He answers the prayers, the calls the requests of his servants.

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Because he is a semir

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and bossley, what does that mean that he sees? What does he see?

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everything, even though it may be hidden, he sees

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and which means he has complete knowledge.

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Nothing is hidden from him, meaning he sees everything, and he knows everything.

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Why is it that we don't know about many things?

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Because we don't see them.

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Right? We don't see the problem. We don't see the error. But Allah sees it, even though it is hidden. He knows about it.

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The next is his battle machine it well irati lilla is of Hannah who is bad, the affirmation of Al mushiya. What is mushiya

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intention to execute?

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Well, era, era is will rely his panel for Allah, meaning Allah, the Exalted, he has a will.

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He wills he intends he intends to execute.

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First of all, he wants to do something he wants, which means that there are certain things that he wants, then he does it, he executes His will.

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And what He wills always happens, meaning if he intends to do something, then there's no stopping along the millennia, Lima outside when I'm here, live aminata.

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So when he wants to do something he does it and what he will always happen. Okay, you see, we as people, do we have certain intentions. And do we also will? Yes.

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But what happens to that

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sometimes it's executed, and sometimes it is not. Like, for example, in the morning you intend at night, you intend that you will fast the next day.

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You want to want that want is there. But what happens at the time?

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You say I change my mind, I'm too tired.

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Tomorrow, inshallah

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you changed. Why? Because you're weak, you're weak. So it caused that weakness caused a failure to your plans. Right?

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Also what happens, we make the intention. We want to keep a faster next day, we set the alarm, but we don't hear it. And we don't wake up and wake up on Friday. It's too late.

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We weren't able to execute our will.

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We want to say something, it's ready in our head. But what happens when we see the person forget everything gone? We want to write something. It's literally, you know, we can see the words it's literally at the tip of our pen. But what happens as we're writing, we forget.

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We will we have a want but we're not capable of executing everything.

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Correct. But Allah subhanaw taala he is above any weakness, any weakness of forgetfulness, or have been overcome in the Quran so many times we learn well, and don't be more dizzy, you cannot at all cause failure to Allah. What does it mean? That when Allah intends to do something, he will execute it.

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And also remember that his will sometimes he intends to do something and other times he intends that something should not happen. That is also within his control.

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We'll call he Callie and his statement, while Ola is the whole Trojan nataka volta Masha Allah La quwata illa Allah, this is from where Soraka have the story of

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the two gardens right? where one person who was showing off to his friend about his garden what happened a lot of story did right so his companion, he said, Why didn't you do this that when you entered your garden and you said, Masha, Allah, whatever Allah willed, whatever Allah willed, meaning of this garden is good and it is beautiful. This is because Allah wanted it to be like that Allah allowed it to be like that.

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La quwata illa Villa, there is no power, except with Allah. All power is with him. What does it mean? That he executes His will?

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Next I have one oh sha Allah who, if Allah wanted MK Ultra Latina embody him, the people after them would not have

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I was just talking about the followers of the profits mimbar the manager at toombul v net after the clear proofs came to them when I can Estella fool but the different from inhuman Amina woman human capital. So with this different some belief in others, this belief so that Omar that was one became divided and with this division what happened animosity And out of that animosity fights killing Willow sha Allah who and if Allah who wanted Makayla teta Lu, they would not have killed each other well I can ally of married but Allah does whatever he intense. Now there's a couple of things over here. First of all, at the beginning, what OSHA a low MCL that Allah

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if Allah wanted they would not have fought, which means that which means that Allah let them fight.

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If he wanted, he could have prevented them. But he did not want so he did not prevent, which means that he let them fight. So if they fought that was with Allah's

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you understand.

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Now there's two things we see here.

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That one thing that happens, it's good, it happens by Allah's Will his permission. And the other thing is that which is evil. And that also happens with Allah will, because he allowed it, he will did he let it happen, even though it's evil, he let it happen.

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Remember that when it comes to what Allah commands what he legislates, remember that that is something that he likes. And secondly, that which Allah allows that which Allah lets happen, meaning he does not stop it, he lets it happen. So for example, people fighting each other killing each other.

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This is something that a lot does not necessarily like.

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So, there are two matters, one, which he commands, which he orders which he legislates

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a shutter

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that which is a shutter, ie that which is from the shittier part of the shittier that is something that Allah likes. So for example, if Allah

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commanded us to

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you understand he commanded us to pray.

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He commanded that the man his share of inheritance should be twice as that of the woman with the curry, horrible, insane. Okay, that is something that Allah likes. And remember that there is a wisdom behind that. The second is county county affairs, there are sometimes good and sometimes bad.

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But remember that it's not necessarily that Allah subhanaw taala likes them

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that he wants to hurt his servant. Like for example, death.

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That, is it certain for every human being? Yes, it's certain.

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Now, every person will eventually die, the righteous also, and the wicked also, the prophets, did they die? Yes, did Mohammed Salah doesn't suffer from that, yes. Allah wanted, that. A servant should die at a specific time. But remember, he wanted that the servant should die at that time. But it doesn't mean that he loves the pain for the servant.

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You understand? It doesn't mean that he wants he likes that his servants should suffer.

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And this is a very important point to understand. While OSHA a lava muck that alladhina mimbar The him

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so much evil is happening in the world? No. And this is what people question about all the time. If there's God,

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why is he allowing this? How come he's letting all of this happen? Why did so and so die? Why do we die?

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If Allah wants he can stop all of this from happening. He can. It's within his power, but he lets it happen. Why? Because there is a reason behind that. There's a reason behind that. And what is the reason? There's different reasons there's a different hikma. So over here, what I can instead of over minuman am Anna woman home and Kapha. From this what happened, those who truly believe they're a man was exposed, and those who didn't, those who did cover their Kufa was exposed. When OSHA Allahu mcdata lewbert remember again, Allah still has the will, and the power and the ability to stop them. Don't think that Allah does not care. He's not awful. He's fully aware. And he's

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watching. He's listening to everyone how each person is behaving, how each person is acting in each situation, and he will hold people accountable what I can learn

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Hi, I'm Arnold, may you read a law does whatever he intense. So, what do we learn from this, that legal commandments, they are also his will, and what happens in the universe that is also his will. Whatever he wants, he allows it. He lets it happen, whatever he does not want, he prevents it, he does not let it happen. And he does not need your permission or approval for that.

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So whether it's a shutter a matter, or a county matter, does Allah need our permission? Does he need our approval? No. Why? Because he is God. He is the master and who are we slaves and servants. He's above and beyond us.

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So you understand the fact that he can do anything that he wants? He can if he wants, he can throw the entire creation and hellfire. If he wants he can do it. Nobody can question him. Lie use a llama. Yeah, fine. He's not questioned about what he does. Well home use alone, but they will be questioned. So what we should be concerned about is not why Allah is letting this happen.

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What should we be concerned about?

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What am I doing?

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Why did Allah give this command? Why do I have to do this? Don't worry about it. There's good there's good behind it.

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What should you be concerned about? What should we be concerned about? What do I have to do? What is it that Allah has legislated? We'll call E and a statement or hendaklah calm behemoth al anon permissible for you are the animals of livestock in llama youth are illegal, except that which has been already recited on you meaning that which you are already told from before that it is not permissible. Later on, it will enter total. Don't make the slayed the hunt, lawful meaning don't hunt while you are in the state of Islam. In the La Jolla como now you read Indeed, Allah commands whatever he wants, meaning he can make whatever halaal and he can make whatever he wants, how he

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doesn't need your approval, he doesn't need your permission.

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Walk only he and his statement for me you read the letter who idea who whoever Allah intends to guide notice urid he intends to guide yashraj sodre hudl Islam, he opens up his chest to Islam.

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When Allah intends to guide somebody, then what happens that person has just opened up to Islam opened up to Islam meaning Allah gives him the ability to find the truth, to appreciate the truth.

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To willingly accept the truth, this is risk, right a lot gives that person a special risk. So then becomes easy, acceptable to that individual learning is facilitated opportunities are provided. For me up to the level a do ye SRA sodre. Who will Islam woman you read and whoever he intends, and you will know who that he should lead him astray. He should let him go straight. Yeah, Gerald Sabra will be you can he makes this just tight, how urgent narrow constricted under my Assad over summer as if he is struggling to go up in the sky.

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Meaning he's out of breath. He's so uncomfortable. He just wants to get out. This is how much he detests Islam. he avoids it. He keeps away from the Quran. He keeps away from the gatherings of knowledge because he feels suffocated.

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So what do we learn from this is that Allah has so much power to execute his will, that guidance and misguidance are also in his hands, whoever Allah wills to guide He guides him and whoever a lot decides that this person should not be guided and that person cannot ever find guidance. Everything that happens happens with whose will

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unless well, whose permission his permission. Does he need our approval? No. Do we need his approval? Of course, because we cannot even eat something or digest something without

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his will. His permission. He is the Holic and we are the makuu He is the marik and we are the mameluke soprano cologne will be handed Mashallah Illa illa Anta nostoc little Kona to break Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

The Names and Attributes of Allah from the Noble Qur’an: Negation and Affirmation – Will and Intention
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