Taimiyyah Zubair – EP 15 – Surah Al Baqarah – AYAT 23 to 25

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The importance of belief in the Prophet sallali's teachings, actions, and language and language expression is discussed, along with the use of language and language expression in writing. The cultural and political implications of Islam are discussed, including the need for people to avoid being too busy with their daily lives, the potential for dangerous fire, and the importance of finding a partner and being mindful of partner behavior. The speakers emphasize the importance of belief in the Prophet sallali and experiencing beauty in large towns.
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In these two verses we learn about the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala that the hate of Allah, that he is a backhoe, a lady holla Hakan Valentina Min kobelco He is the one who deserves worship, and he is the one who created all of you. And he is the one who has created the earth and the sky, and he is the one who provides you with everything that you have. Therefore he is the only one who deserves worship. So we learned that Allah is the only Lord, the only Rob and the only Allah, the only God. This is what the heat the Oneness oneness of Allah soprano Darla. And remember that the kalama also includes this part, La ilaha illa Allah. But what's the next part? La Ilaha Illa LA and then more

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hammer de rasulillah. In these verses, we learn about the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala. And the following verses we learned about the importance of belief in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, both parts of the kalama are being in a way referred to over here. Remember that there are two types of their heat. The first though he does with regards to Allah soprano data, which is known as though handle cost of sod that cost is to intend the hidden cost is that when a person is doing anything, anything at all, what is his intention? What is his goal, that he should do it for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala what he strives to gain by doing what he's doing is the pleasure of

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Allah. So this is what though he told us, the second time of the Hadees, the hidden matava meme. Elif bear is a term of Buddha matava. And what does it mean to follow and this is authority, that imagine the Prophet of the time was not just a prophet, but he was a king. And imagine they had such a huge fan whose example do we follow only the example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So he told us and the hidden whatever, both of these are essential, and both of these are being elaborated in these verses. So far, we have learned about the hidden costs. Now we will learn about the hidden whatever. Allah subhanaw taala says, we're in control theory even and if you are in

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doubt, if you are going to meaning or you people, or unknown, as elders in the Quran, and then when he created the sky, how did he create it for someone who knew somewhere from there never seen? Well? Yeah. True. For example, if you're not sure whether you put your shoes downstairs or upstairs, is that right? No, it's not that big of a deal. It's only your shoes. And really how long is it going to take to check what he brought was something major, something major and belief and the profits are allowed to sell them is also something very, very important and necessary. This is why the world needs zelner. Necessary Zelda noon, zylab nessa uniceo Tansy is to gradually sat down, we have read

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the word ends on earlier right unzila, the special favors that were bestowed upon them, just because they were the chosen people. For example, they were all enslaved by their own, but a lot more bestowed upon them. We don't insert their metadata. I am number 20. a las panatela says what is called a musala comi he, Jaco Kuru near Mata La Jolla chosen people. So Allah subhanaw taala is telling them open it start you remember my favorites upon you? Why is this being said? Why would you tell somebody? But don't people take so much pride in being the secretary of someone who is very high up there? Isn't that a means of honor? Of course it is. That he is one who has created the sky,

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Blue balca, one on top of the other. That one is exactly what the other not that one is breaking through the other notice. Do not call me with any name except that all servant of her meaning the one whom you love, that you are her servant. Why, for a perfect balance and harmony?

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Now the question is, what are the seven skies? We only know that beyond this earth is space, isn't it? That's a mind serving them. We learned earlier about your pain or Buddha or a book of worship your Lord, be a servant to your Lord, do what he's telling you to do. And over here, a lot of mothers Don't let other people even change their baby's diapers. They take pride in it. Why? Because someone whom you love you love to serve them. You don't have learned in science. So what does it mean by seven skies? Does it refer to seven heavens like paradise? No.

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We learn that it is in the context of either a noble gift being given to him. Like in sort of a swap. We learn about the journey of marriage that he was blessed with the journey of Ascension that he was blessed with us.

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The messengers and fifth, we're up to malacanang hacer una and that you give to Allah a good loan meaning you spend in the way of so believe in who the final messenger that has come to you believe in who Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam believe in him follow Him and worship. I never learned this in science class. No, we don't say such things. This is not the way of the believers and submit to Allah. So for someone who knows savasana well he level them into seven to something, is it possible for another human being to do it? Yes. So if you think that he fabricated the Quran, if he can do it, then you should do it too guys. Allah says well, who will be conditioned in early and he

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is of everything all knowing every single thing Allah subhanaw taala is bring any passage don't just come up with any essay. Don't just go with any piece of writing No, it should be similar to the similar to the Quran in what sense? And imagine how vast how huge how massive The sky is, the universe is an Allah knows about everything from desire. We learned this I about the favor of Allah soprano Darla upon His servants. What favor that he has created everything in this earth for a martyr. And who is Shaheed a witness. So these words are used for both witness as well as martyr. And remember that where would we get food from? We could not live in this world isn't at all.

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Similarly, are the clouds serving us? Yes, the rain is to this earth. Are they benefiting us? Yes. Directly or indirectly? What about the places on this earth that no man has ever seen? Is it serving us in some truthful so the theme is a plural of cider, Assad dal cough, sip and sip is truthfulness. What's the opposite of sip? Kevin? Good. If you're truthful, truthful and what in your team that Muhammad Sallallahu Sendero de Bella invented this?

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What do we see in this ayah? That Allah says, Yes, we should use it, obviously, in modern terms, and this means that we don't abuse it. This means that we're not excessive.

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Now, should this evidence of the truthfulness of the Prophet sallallahu sin was being mentioned? And what is that evidence? The Quran? The Quran proves that the prophets of Allah sort of world serve us or should we be serving this world?

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What Allah has created? Should it serve us? Or should we be serving? What Allah has to do? Believe in the Quran? And as a result, believe in Who? The Prophet sallallahu wasallam? Because you see, there are many people who believe in Allah, but do they believe in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? No, they don't. For example, if you look at it, the Jews the Christians do not believe in Allah. Yes, they do. But do they believe in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? No, they don't, when they do not believe in the profit, then there Eman is not acceptable. It is incomplete. So belief in the messenger is essential. And that is being proven over here. How? Through the miraculous nature of

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the Quran, that the Quran is truly from Allah. And what's the evidence it says though our heart has been cracked, that we make it into such a big deal.

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If we lose something, it's such a big deal that our time our energy count them and then we dust them.

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Is this what we were created for? Everything was created for us and we will create the thing that the money is trying to we're commanded to do is what the fear of loss?

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Why fear only Allah? Because what's the challenge? What's the difficulty using something that is better than that book, isn't it? So?

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And this is not just a book is not just qalam but it's also miracle at the same time? How is it a miracle that no one can produce something like the Quran?

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Whenever Allah subhanaw taala gave miracles to his mess, only view me only fear Allah. Now does this mean we're not allowed to fear other things? Who fear spiders? Many people do doesn't mean you're not allowed to mess what was in medicine. So Allah subhanaw taala gave him relevant miracles that he could cure. A person who was born blind, the leper. Imagine a person had died, he could bring him to life by the command of Allah soprano, Darla

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at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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What do you think? What was the interest of people? poetry, language, eloquence, was it just in Arabia,

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not just in Arabia, but outside of Arabia, even people were more interested in what knowledge and science discoveries. You understand. It was as though the age of

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knowledge was beginning. It was a different era. And after that, you know, for example, Christians also they started challenging their book because it contradicted reality. So we see that the miracle that Allah subhanaw taala gave to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was the Quran, it is miracle and message in one.

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How is it a miracle that no one can produce? Anything like the Quran? How the Arabs? What were they interested in? Language poetry, that's the only thing they had. That's the only thing that they could take pride in. That's the only thing that they valued. Why? Because they were desert dwellers in the desert you comes to fearing a love we should fear the most. So yeah, if I'm havin only fear me, meaning do what I have to in the desert. So the Arabs, how would they express themselves? What kind of culture did they have revolved around eloquence and language and expression. This is why poetry was something that they highly were interested in. This is why Allah subhanaw taala sent the

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Quran which is so eloquent that even the Arabs could not produce anything like the Quran.

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They were people who, when they heard a few verses of the Quran, they said, that's it. We're not doing any more poetry after today.

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It's as though they admitted their defeat. They knew that they had been defeated forever. The Quran was so powerful in its message. And it's amazing that there are people who don't even understand the Arabic but when they hear the Quran, the style of the Quran the melodic style, and the words the sounds, it's so captivating. You must have come across people who are not Muslim, but when they hear the Quran, they wonder what is this? What are you listening to? We're grateful to him. And imagine there's so many different foods that you can eat so many different things that you can see so many different fragrances that you can smell and enjoy. And unless As for you, everything has been picked

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out selected, made perfectly made beautiful for you. worshipping more we are more grateful to him. Because even if Allah did not give us anything, we would still be required to worship Allah. It is his favor that He has given us ever mentioned in that verse. Those people who look at the surface only who are looking for faults they will say oh no grammatical errors. But it's the shallowness of their thinking have been given to us. Just like a child who's given a gift. He doesn't say thank you. Tears up the bed opens up the gift gets lost in it and understanding it's not that the Quran has any faults. So a lot of panel data is judging people over here if you doubt the messenger if you

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doubt the Koran, then bring something like the Quran, but the fact is that for in lambda, so if you're not able to do so, the new fair Rhineland Farrell, Farrell is what action that includes us, what our hearts can see what we reveal what we say what we do, what we eat, what we feel everything about us, rather, is like the Quran.

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Allah says total Islam at a third of all of mankind, all of the jinn were to gather together to produce something like the Quran, lay. And this is true. There are people who attempted in the past but terribly failed. If you read the books of history, you might come across people who tried to invent something like that. So if we're going to be questioned in recompense we better be careful about what we're doing because we cannot hide from Allah. Like I mentioned to you that everything is halal unless specified other nonsense. They have tried to produce something like the Quran, but it's absolute nonsense. Allah says

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he will never be able to do it. Save yourself from the fire. Because if you don't believe in the Quran, you don't believe in the messenger then your ultimate end is what fire for the one No.

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Okay, question Allah has commanded that we must join what he has commanded us to join. So for example, ties of kinship similarly bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood, man is not acceptable.

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So we'll enter our Lu fatahna. Severe the fire

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but the whoa what's the root letter? Well off, yeah.

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And this fire, how is it allottee that which will go to her NASA will he Jarrah whose few are men and women her mother came she was a non Muslim. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam told her to keep good ties with her mother. So even non Muslims.

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Someone who's a non Muslim, as long as they're alive, you are supposed to be good with them. You are supposed to greet them you're supposed to show your concern and pray for them. But once they die as a non Muslim, then you don't Alyssa as a nurse people will hedgerows and stones.

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What does that show that as long as people are in the fire, the fire will keep burning.

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Just imagine that people will not just suffer the punishment of the Fire but rather they will produce more fire they'll be lit on fire. So many people accept Islam Why? Because the good behavior of others if you really care for them, be good to them while they're alive. Do something for them. Yes it's few are people

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and not just people but also well hey, Jarrod and rocks. Hey Jarrod is the plural of hydro has been warning the fire of *. Indonesia, what is used to burn fire, what is used to keep fire burning wood Guess how severe that fire would be?

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And this fire Allah says worried that it has been prepared

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eroded in preparation or that it has been fully prepared, it is ready for who little caffeine for those who deny caffeine Florida caffeine, one who disbelieves what do they deny? Whether it is at the hate of us, or the heat of whatever, whether it is the heat or loss of parameter or belief in the messenger sallallahu will not be allowed to enter Paradise.

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And this is something that is very scary or caffeine. What have you learned from these verses? You look at the description of Hellfire that is given over here.

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It says the loss of power that is warning us

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warning us describing it to us so that we strive to save ourselves from it. And what's the way of saving ourselves from the Hellfire

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worship of Allah and following the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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What else have you learned from these verses?

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That if we have any doubts in our hearts, then what should we do? We should try necessary Eman isn't necessary. And Yaki means there's not even a little bit of doubt. We have to remove all doubt.

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You don't have to tell us in the Quran that in the Cold War matter buena, how Sabu Johanna you and also that which you worship are the fuel of Hellfire insert of darkness. And in this storm is thunder and lightning. And with the thunder and lightning, they're also thunderbolts falling to the ground. They also have a right.

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Anyway, we should end over here because there's a lot of discussion to do on this topic, but inshallah, as we study the Quran, many things will come up. So panadol for if you look at its properties, it is such that it catches fire quickly. It's highly flammable, it produces a foul smell, and it also produces a lot of smoke and also clings when it burns. It just gets stuck. Imagine this is the punishment of the hereafter. For who, those who deny those who don't believe. Why is it important to believe in the messenger? sallallahu wasallam?

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What's the big deal? So what if a person doesn't believe in the messenger? If you don't believe in the messenger that means you don't believe in the Quran? If you don't believe in the Quran, how are you going to worship Allah? Because Allah said or will do rock bottom and we understood that Riba is a rite of Allah. He's the only one who deserves that's the purpose of our lives. So how do you get there? How do you do it through the messenger?

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If you don't believe in the messenger and you don't believe in the Quran, if you don't do that, you will know how to worship Allah, you will not be worshipping Allah.

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This is why it's important to believe in the messenger sallallahu wasallam.

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Let's continue. Allah says wabasha Latina Manu and give good news to those people who have believed Bashir there sheen raw Bashar Bashar is good news. And it's from the word Bashar Bashar is used for human skin. The skin that you have, this is Bashara, bashing raw Tamar Buddha at the end.

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If you think about a human skin is very unique. It's very different from the skin of other creatures. other creatures, either they have scales, or they have fur or they have feathers or hair or something or the other. But human skin is very different. It's called Bashara and Bashar is good news. Why is Bashar Al called good news? Because when you receive good news, do you feel the excitement on your skin? Do you get goosebumps? Sometimes you do. Similarly your face gets lit up, you have a smile on your face. Sometimes people start blushing. There are different ways in which good news affects our skin. People get so excited. They roll up their sleeves and they keep moving

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their hands. This is beshara good news. So Bashir, who is the command being given to

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that oh prophet give good news to who? To alladhina amanu those people who have believed, believed in what he believed in all that is necessary to believe, including a loss of panatela including the Quran, including the messenger sallallahu wasallam. They believe in what is necessary to believe whatever Allah and His Messenger have informed us off

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So those who believe but not just a man after a man what is necessary? Why middle slowly had and they also performed righteous deeds i mean do i mean lamb I'm a deed action, deliberate action that a person does human beings do. And asylee have this deployment of saleha we have done the word musli hoon. Saad Lam ha, what does Islam mean to set something right? And sadly is that which is right, that which is proper, that which is straight? So slowly had good, right, proper actions. What are proper actions? What are good actions, those actions that are done with sincerity to Allah subhanaw taala with Islam only for the sake of Allah, meaning when a person is doing it, what does he want

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out of it, the pleasure of Allah and secondly, those actions which are done according to the way that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught us what are the two conditions of animal Salah

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his loss and secondly, Sunita Rasool

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sincerity and conformity, sincerity for Allah conformity to the way taught by the prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So why shouldn't Latina am unaware? Amina saleha? give good news to them what the unknown Jenna indeed for them are gymnasts. gymnasts, plural of Jenna.

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And Jenna Jean new noon is used for a garden. But what kind of a garden is it? gentle literally means to hide to cover from the same root as the word gin or gin hidden from us?

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Can you see gin? You cannot. Similarly the word Janine is also used for the fetus because it's hidden. It's hidden inside the womb of the mother. Jana is a garden? Why is it called Jenna? Because the ground is fully covered. fully covered with what?

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something or the other? Either a flower or a tree or grass something or the other? meaning no part of their garden is barren. No part of that garden is empty. It's full of beauty. You understand what gender is? This is the literal meaning of the word gender. Don't think the gender is like a forest that oh my god it's so dense. It's so dark inside. No. Jenna is what? A garden that is full that is lush. No part of it is barren and empty. And technically what is Jenna? Jenna is the home the board that Allah has prepared for his righteous servants. And Indiana is what no I have seen. No ear has heard its description, meaning no person can imagine. And it has not even past the heart of any

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human being no person can fully imagine fully comprehend. Fully visualize what is in general. Allah subhanaw taala has given us some details but these are only hints.

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So anila hongjun not for them or Jeanette? What kind of Jeanette How does Allah describe it? 30 min tactical and heart

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surgery jeem ra Yeah, jayashree to flow to run, surgery, it is flowing, what is flowing mentality her underneath it and how rivers, rivers are flowing in paradise. It's a place of greenery, of beauty of rivers.

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That is from the letters that had that and that is that which is under that which is lower. Now what does it mean by this, that under it, rivers are flowing.

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This has been understood in two ways. It doesn't mean that the rivers and the streams are underground because of their underground, it's useless pointless. Because you can't see it. If you can't see it, what good is it to you, okay, you can benefit from what is in the river. But you can't enjoy the beauty. This has been understood in two ways that first of all, underneath its trees, and underneath its palaces and castles and the dwellings of the people in general.

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Just imagine trees and under it streams, rivers, castles, huge houses, and under them. Rivers. Imagine a glass floor. And underneath you can see water flowing constantly. It's actually on water will drop and inside as well. They have different types of Fountains which when the waterfall that produces a particular kind of a sound, really you don't need to listen to any music over there. The sound of the water is so beautiful,

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that Jim and Danielle and how they have meaning under the homes of the people of general under the rivers. And secondly, it has been understood as data aware immediately here under the command of its dwellers, meaning those who live in general, the rivers will be under their command to happen if they want the river to not be there. It won't be there. If they want it to be on the left side it will be there. It's under their control.

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Absolutely under their control.

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What does it show two things

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First of all, the beauty of gender, that how the people will enjoy the beauty, the delight of eyes by looking at gender. And secondly, the power and authority and the sense of ownership that the people have genoveva sometimes it happens that you go somewhere, your seven there, obviously, for eternity you'll be served. And secondly, you also have authority so that you remain tactile and how and how does it learn that the word not known however, and not is used for a river as well as a stream? And the rivers of genda? Are they only have water? No. There are four types of reverse engineer that we learned from the Quran, Alo Artem, there may be more intellect Muhammad if 15 Allah

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subhanaw taala told us about the description of Jenna that he had held on in it our unhealed rivers, first of all mimma in lady acid from water, that does not go bad. Secondly, or unhealthy it has a particular taste, which is why even if somebody tells you have it, it's good for you, you cannot have it because of the taste. Similarly, have you tried soy milk? But how does Allah describe it? who stays does not go bad? Does the taste of milk matter? A lot? Have you ever tasted goat milk? Many people cannot have plain soy milk they have to have flavored soy milk because the plain one does not taste good. So if the test is not good, you cannot have milk. Golden Honey, it's not

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and fourth were unhealed on men humbling lead that Alicia ravine and rivers of harmful for people. No. It's good for people because obviously it's why enough Jenna

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so genetic tragedy mentality and how this is the reward that Allah has prepared for those who believe and do righteous deeds. Connemara Zico, Coloma every time every single time Rosa, Rosa cough they are given provision minha from it, meaning every time they are given something to eat to drink. And notice Rosie Whoa, they're provided they don't have to go by themselves. They're provided and men have from it mean this are the people of gender will come from Jenna it will not be imported from somewhere else. The produce of gender the risk of gender is from Jenna, cola marusic woman her men Some are rotten any fruit anything that they're given to eat, although they will say heaven?

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Allah says no, it's not the same. It's something very different. Why will they say this? Because it's given to them while it resembles. Why is this? So?

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human beings, one that looks similar to the other one that resembles the other. So every time they are given something to eat, they will say this is exactly what we were given before made of meat. What is it? I'm not trying it? I'm not touching it. I remember once. So blocks when I saw it for the first time, I thought it was meat. I actually thought it was you're uncomfortable trying it? Why else do you think if something is given to you, and you think it's very similar to what you've had already, and you open it, and you put it in your mouth? And it's completely different? Doesn't it surprise you. So it's as though everything that will be given to them in general will surprise them.

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But that surprise will come in a very comfortable way.

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It will not disturb them, they will think that they have enjoyed everything in general. But every time they try something, thinking that they have already had it, it will be completely different. So this is the variety that Allah subhanaw taala has placed in general the surprises the enjoyment that Allah has placed in general, but yet the people of general will be comfortable, they will be at ease. You see what happens is that if you keep having the same thing over and over again, you get bored. But if you keep trying new things all the time, you get bored of that as well. You just want to have your comfort food, your bagel with cream cheese, that's it, that's all you want. Sometimes

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you want to try all new things. So we see that there is comfort in general at the same time enjoyment. So people don't get bored, they don't get freaked out. They can enjoy what a home fee as well as your Mata Hara. And on top of that they will have in general as well as word spouses plural of the word zodiac, and who is one of a pair the word can be applied to husband as well as a wife to the spouses in general. The men and women in general, how are they? Mata hora? puto? Ha, ha ha ha ha her What does it mean to be clean? With O'Hara? One that is made clean, completely clean and pure? To the people of Jenna, how are they absolutely clean and pure in what sense? in two ways, first of

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all, in the physical sense that they'll be free from any physical impurity. What are the physical impurities that we experienced in this dunya having the need to go to the washroom? Women they menstruate similarly as well.

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We are humans we eat we drink, we use the washroom, we sometimes smell we have bad breath, sometimes this is natural. But in general no such discomfort, people will be free from physical impurities.

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No person will smell engine, no person will feel yucky and dirty engine, no water the huddle.

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And secondly, how will the huddle in the intangible sense that completely clean and pure from jealousy, from hatred, from grudges from dislike from a version, you know, bad feelings, contempt, anger, no such feelings will be there.

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In donia, what happens, you love your spouse, but you get upset with them. Or they say something and you get hurt. And that hurt that grudge. You keep in your heart for years and years, and it affects your relationship. But in general, all that feelings will be removed, and nobody will hurt the other and be nobody will keep any grudge in the heart.

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People look for such spouses underneath. They want a person who is very nice, understanding good in their manners, that they never hurt anybody. They respect me. That's what they want.

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This is why people don't get married. I can't find the right person. There was once a man who went to a particular city and a lot of people had gathered up outside a particular house for their asking what's going on? Why are you here? They said, Oh, this house belongs to a woman. And if you ever want to get married, you just go and tell her what you were looking for. And she'll find a wife for you. So he said, Oh, nice. So he went, and he gave a very good description of the wife that he wanted, you know that she should have experienced well, so that she knows how to live properly, but she should also have experienced poverty so that she is humble. She should be nice. You should be

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obedient, like every description that he could imagine he gave it to her. She said okay, I'll pray for you in Charlotte that you get a wife in paradise.

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Perfect spouses or were in

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Indonesia, we're human beings. We will make mistakes. We love our husbands yet we will end up doing something that will probably annoy them. They love us. Probably we will do something that annoys them.

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I'm not saying Go ahead, do whatever you want. don't respect your husband. No, I'm just saying this is dunya. If you ever get hurt, don't make it a big deal. Get over it move on. Because Muta Hara is only were in paradise. So when he has YG Mata Hara Humphrey Holly Dune, and they will abide there in eternally Holly do employ of the word harlot and kalidas. From the root letters ha, lambda, Hulu and Hulu this eternity when something remains in its state, unchanging, it never changes.

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It remains in that state. It never ever changes. For example, the word virginal Muhammad is used for a person who is actually old, but there are no signs of aging on him. His hair is all black, no wrinkles on his face. He's actually 50 but he looks like as if he's 35. Right. People take a lot of pride in this anyway McCullough is used for that, that despite aging despite a long time having gone by, there are no signs of aging. He still looks young, she still looks young. Alright, so Holly do they will be abiding eternally, forever and ever, meaning they will not die and they will not be taken out of gender. They will never be told. You have to check out by 11.

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No, they will never be told to leave your home for holidays. They will live in general happily ever after. Where is that? Only in general not in dystonia.

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This is a reward for who?

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a Latina amanu or mila salia had earlier we learned a lot elders or with a little book on worship your Lord. And then he tells us about the importance of belief in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the Quran, following the messenger. So the one who

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worships Allah, the One who follows the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam then for him is a great reward that Allah has prepared. And if you look at this award, what is it? First of all, Jeanette, spaciousness, vastness, that human tactile and how beauty, delight pleasure of the eyes, beautiful scenes, as well as authority control, then constant risk, constant enjoyment, constant pleasure that's full of surprises. But yet a person is comfortable at ease in general,

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forever and ever eternity. This is what this is the reward that Allah has prepared for those who believe and do righteous deeds.

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And with regards to eternity, we learn in Sahih Muslim, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that Allah will admit the people of Paradise into paradise, and the people of * into *. And then the announcer

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We'll call an announcement will be made. And it will be said that all inmates have paradise there is no death for you, and all inmates of *, there is no death for you. The people of gender remain in gender forever, and the people of * remain in * forever. We learn also in another Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Whoever enters paradise will be blessed with the life of joy. He will never feel miserable, his clothes will never wear out and his youth will never fade away. Nothing will become old in general, people wonder, aren't we going to get bored in general?

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Have you heard that? People say that a lot? eternity? I mean, aren't you going to get bored? Think about it.

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If you take

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children into a theme park, do they get bored of it?

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Do they get bored of it? You leave them for an entire day, they will not get bored. You have to pull them out of what's that park Wonderland at 10pm. Because the park is closing and it's raining and it's freezing. They will not come you have to pull them out. Literally drag them out.

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People don't get bored of having fun. Jenna is all about fun. Don't worry, there's plenty to enjoy. plenty to eat, plenty to talk about plenty to experience, plenty to see.

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There are some places in this dunya which are so beautiful. You go there once you love it. And you keep thinking of going back over there. You never get bored of going there.

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There are these sparks in Alberta, Banff and Jasper. I don't know if you've ever been there. But they're so beautiful that I remember I went there once. And I went there so many times. But even today, if you asked me Do you want to go? I would say yes.

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I've been a number of times that every time you know there is a chance to go there. I would go because it's so beautiful. You don't get tired of seeing the same things because it's huge. It's vast. It's amazing. Every single moment is beautiful. If you go stand by the beach, and you're just looking at the waves rolling right before you one after the other would you get bored? No.

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Every moment is joyful. Gender is about fun. Fun will never end engender exactly what you want. Yes, sister.

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Yes, yes, this is true, that there are some people who will be sent to Hellfire first, why in order to take the punishment, and then they'll be admitted into gender. What this Hadees means what I quoted to you this now, this Hadees means is that when every person is at his final and eternal destination, then no death for him. Then eternity for him and other these elders that that will be brought in the form of a black RAM and it will be slaughtered. That's it go more debt eternity.

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You can be in the most beautiful place but if you don't have company, Is it fun?

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Look at the Rama Allah that in general is food as well as people company

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and especially those who are clean and pure. You don't feel uncomfortable being with them you know that they're not going to be judgmental, you know that they're not going to say anything that's going to be hurtful. People can relax in general that's the place to relax. People strive to find that relaxation and peace in dunya. Allah has not placed it in the near where is it? in general? If you want to have that, what should you do? Busy yourself in

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worshipping Allah or Buddha Allah make yourself a slave to a law.

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Am I even pay him he said, How many women are raped a lady Haleakala who were Bulu berrykin nuptse was shaytani. That people they ran away from the Rick from slavery to the one that they were created for.

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We have been created to be slaves to who? Allah subhanaw taala to worship Allah. But they ran away from it they avoided the worship of Allah. And when they avoided the worship of Allah when they ran away from him, then what happened? Were Bulu berrykin nuptse were shaytani then they became slaves to their naps and the shaytaan.

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If a person does not become a slave to Allah, he ends up being a slave to himself fulfilling his desires only, but it will never ever bring him satisfaction. He becomes a slave to shed light, or be being obedient to shed light on doing one thing wrong after the other, and that also never brings in peace and satisfaction. We might think that if we worship Allah, we are limited in our enjoyment, how can we ever be happy? The fact is a true happiness is gained by the worship of Allah alone. That is what brings you satisfaction. That is what brings you eternal happiness in this dunya and in the hereafter. So what's the way to success

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Allah, being obedient to Allah, not being obedient to oneself or to the shape.

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What did you learn?

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Exactly that we see how Hellfire is mentioned and Jenna is mentioned right after that, that where we should be afraid we should also have hope, where we should avoid those things which could lead us to hellfire. We should also do those things which will lead us to paradise. A person should remain between fear and hope. Anything else? Exactly. That if we want eternal fun, eternal enjoyment, then we should strive to get to Jenna. What do you think prevents us from doing good things, wanting to have fun in this dunya. So either you have fun here and suffer forever. Or you discipline yourself over here so that you can have fun forever.

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There's a quote that I read once. We must suffer one of two panes, either the pain of discipline or the pain of regrets. Either we suffer now and discipline ourselves and discipline doesn't mean that you suffer obesity. Or we suffer in the hereafter. It's up to you. So panicle locomobi humbucker Michel de la Ilaha. illa Anta Mr. Federica wanna to break

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