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Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 01 – L003B

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Taimiyyah Zubair

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Al-Baqarah 6-7 Word-Analysis 6-7

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What's going on? You're rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim

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in indeed,

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is this a new word? Yes. We haven't done this before. Enough? Indeed. Does it sound similar? Enough? Indeed?

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allatheena those who is this new?

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Careful, they disbelieved? cafaro Have you heard of? What does that mean, disbelief. And you see the while at the end, that indicates,

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just as well known, indicates store, sometimes Well, with an LS after that also indicates

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so careful who they display. If it was cafaro then the meaning would be he disbelieved. Kapha rule, they display in a Latina cafo indeed those who disbelieved so well, it is equal, it is saying this is a new word,

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are laying him upon them. This is a combination of Allah and him.

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I lay him upon them. Whether see the Hamza, that means whether it's a word on its own, just as B is a word on its own. Similarly, f is also a word on its own just one letter.

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So whether and know their home ends.

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And it's from Have you heard of Nevada?

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Not Nevada, Nevada site. That's with a walk Nevada.

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This is noon, then. Have you heard of nannies? What does that mean? Warner. So

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you want where do we get the meaning of view from death? Just as we learned and non death, you favorite so

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that you want and you favorite? And that you want

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them?

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Um, or this is also new? lamb? This is also

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lamb. It's like lamb. Lamb means not. Lamb also means not done their home tones if you see the time the beginning that indicates you

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if there's a noon, what does that indicate?

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We known indicates we that indicates you so tons there you warn who home them and to whom whether you want them or lumped on their home You do not want them

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let's not use me Luna they will believe you'd be known. Have we done this?

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And Medina, you may know in a better way. So you know David katama he set a seal or he sealed for seal. Allahu Allah hatami Have you heard of cotton, cotton? And what does that mean? The ending of something. So when something ends, what do you do you put a seal for example the letter when you've ended it, what are you going to do? You're going to put it in the envelope and you're going to put a seal

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so what am Allahu Allah put a seal? Either upon kalu be him kulu means hearts and him means they're tolu became their hearts have you heard of called

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called means heart collude is the floor so kolu became their heart? What and Allah upon summary him this is two words. Some meaning hearing and him meaning there. So some him there here what I learned and upon Abbasali him abbasov mean eyes or sights or vision and him there beside his fanbase or have you heard of Buzzer Buzzer means basura vision sight. So sorry him their sights. Felicia was covering

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this is a new word.

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And

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for them

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the means for and home means that the home for them. Previously we read the word li li also means for love also means for what a home and for them. either born punishment is a familiar word. Have you heard of this before? We haven't done this so far. But are you familiar with the word in general? Or that means punishment? Are we great?

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Are we means great? It's a word on its own.

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We see so cannot be

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great.

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Okay, let's move on to the explanation of the

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mispronounce

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In fact, we read about three groups of people, three categories of people, what was the first group,

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and Latina. And underlying those people who are last panel data has blessed with what, with guidance with Emma. And in the beginning of Surah Baqarah, we learned about those people, where we learned that Allah aka Allah who don't live up to him, what would that occur?

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Those meaning those who have Taqwa and who do these actions, they are upon right guidance from their Lord. And it is those who are successful. The second group of people that we learned about in Surah, two Fatiha was a lot better than those people who earned the anger of Allah.

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Who are the those who know, but yet, they don't accept or they don't do. But they have knowledge.

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So the following two verses, is going to discuss this category of people, the people who know, but yet they don't believe, yet they don't accept, yet they don't do anything about the knowledge that they have learned.

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And there's severe consequences for them.

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In the Medina cafaro Indeed, those people who have disbelief, what about them? So, what are they it is the same upon them and the home, whether you want them unlocked on their home or you don't want them let me know, they will not believe

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in indeed, in the means, indeed, and it is used to state effect

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it is used to state a reality

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when you say indeed, what does that mean? This is a fact this is a reality, this is how it is.

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So, indeed, is to emphasize the statement and it is used to stay effect. So, Indeed, those who have despair and Medina capital capital is from the root letters get fair,

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the word cost is from the same.

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And all of us know that the word cost means disability, denial,

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the linguistic meaning, the literal meaning of the word cause or cafaro is to cover

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what does it mean to cover or to hide something

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cafaro literally means to cover or to hide something.

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Cassius is actually used for in the Arabic language, it is actually used for the one who covers or hide something. For example, the word caffeine is used for a farmer,

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not because he's a disbeliever okay, but caffeine is used for a farmer in the literal sense. Why? Because he hides the seed under the soil, isn't it?

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That the farmer What does he do? He hides the seal under the soil. So, the word caffeine is used for the farmer. The word caffeine is also used for the night. Why? Because it covers everything under its darkness.

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So this is an actual meaning of the word

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to cover to hide something.

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What is the technical meaning of the word

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in the Sharia, what does the word confirming?

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disbelief, why? Because when a person disbelieves What is he doing?

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He is covering the inmate nature the fifth the last panel data has created everybody with

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a loss of panel data has created everybody as a believer,

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okay.

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And when a person does good, what is he doing? He is hiding he is covering that innate nature that innate fit that Allah soprano God has instilled in every human being.

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Also, when a person does go, what does he do? He covers the truth, he hides the truth.

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So a caffeine is a disbeliever. One who disbelieves one who denies the truth, he covers the truth. He covers his nature. He covers the fitrah that Allah subhanaw taala has created him.

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And remember that the word caffeine is not a swear word.

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Many times it is used as a swear word to insult others. First of all, it is not our right to call anybody catfish.

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It is not our right to label anybody as a Catholic, especially if somebody claims to be a believer. Who are we to say us capitalism is not

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a loss of penalties. The judge we are not today, anybody with such labels. And otherwise the word caffeine is not a swear word. It is just a term that is used to describe someone to describe

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The reality of someone that the truth has offered to them. The last panel data has given the truth to them. But what do they do? They cover it. They don't accept it, they deny it. So the word caffeine is a term to highlight the behavior of certain people. It is not a swear word.

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And otherwise the word gopher is also used for ingratitude. You know that the word cook is also used for in gratitude for ungratefulness. Why? Because when a person is ungrateful, for a favor that is done to him, What is he doing? He is hiding the favorite that was done. He's hiding the blessing that was given to him. He's hiding the kindness that was shown to him. And on the other hand, when a person expresses gratitude, what is he doing? He's making that blessing known,

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isn't it?

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For example, if somebody gives you a gift, when you don't say anything,

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Will anybody find out that they were so nice to you that they actually gave you a gift? Will anybody find out? No, you never said anything. You never mentioned it to anybody. We never said thanks to them in front of others, nobody's going to find out about that kindness, that kindness is buried. But on the other hand, if somebody gives you a gift, and you acknowledge it, you say thanks to them, you praise them or something like that, then that kindness becomes known to others. Right. So COVID is also used for in gratitude.

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However, over here in this context, gopher refers to discipline.

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So in the Medina cafaro, indeed, those people who have disbelieved they have denied, they have hid the truth, they have not accepted the truth.

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What does anybody have not accepted the truth? What have they disbelieved in,

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they have disbelieved in

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either a loss of Canada or the Prophet said about Islam or the Quran.

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Basically, they deny that which one must believe

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they do not believe in what a person must believe in what a last panel data has made mandatory on us to believe we have to believe in I want to be led woman equity, well, good to be here, what we'll do, we'll, we'll cut as well. So whatever that a person is required to believe in, if he doesn't believe in that, then his email is incomplete and denying that is

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So indeed, those people who have disbelieved meaning who do not accept the message of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has brought, and these disbelievers it refers to all of the disbelievers whether they were at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, or anytime after, what about them? a las panatela tells us so

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it is the same upon them. So what is from the root? Seen? Well, yeah, seen? Well, yeah. And so what is that, which is equal from both sides?

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What is it that which is equal from both sides? It is the same, it is equal from both sides.

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And in particular, when the word somewhere is followed by either, like over here, so we're on La,

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when the word sour is followed by Allah, what does it mean? when something does not make a difference? It is the same whether you do it, or you don't do it, whether you use it, or you don't use it, whether you apply it or you don't apply, doing it and not doing it is the same. Using it and not using it is the same as applying it and not applying it is the same.

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So so we're on our Allah is when something does not make any difference it is the same.

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So So why are they him? It is the same upon them, upon who does them refer to the disbelievers. What is the same upon them? What is equal

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ends up the home, whether you want them unlocked on their home or you do not want.

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So in other words, you're warning them or you're not warning them

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is the same.

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Whether you want them or you don't want them, it's not going to benefit them. It's not going to bring any change. It's not going to make any difference.

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And after home emlenton

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this or whether this is called Hamza is different.

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What is it called? Hamza is different and stfm means interrogation. What does it mean? interrogation

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So, basically it is a word that is used as a question just as we have in English what why when

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the Scimitar the weather and of the home, you want them

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and of the home and turn their home both are from the root known than wrong.

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The words ended up the home and tunes at home both are from the route noon that

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you have heard of the word muddied. It means Warner

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basically in that means one what is in the warning? But what kind of a warning is it?

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What kind of a warning is in them?

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There are several meanings. There are several points that are to be considered when we look at the word Enza.

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First of all, it is said that it is to inform about something to inform, to make known about what about something that is dangerous or about something that you're wanting the other against.

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So, in that is not just to hint, but what is it to make it known clearly, to inform clearly, so that the other person knows. So, first of all, in the others to make known to inform clearly and completely.

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Secondly, in the also includes that while a person is informing while the person is making known about something simultaneously, he is also instilling an element of fear,

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he is also inserting an element of fear.

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So basically itself is to inform someone about something that is dangerous about something that is harmful. And when you inform somebody about something that is harmful, immediately, how are they going to feel fearful, worried, scared,

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so in doubt, is not just to inform, but to also arouse some fear in the heart of the listener.

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Thirdly, it is also said that in the is to warn with a mention of the consequences of not heeding or benefiting from the warning.

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What is it

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to warn the other person, how, by mentioning to them the consequences of not listening to the wanting

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to understand,

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for example, you tell somebody who's trying to drink, let's say, a bottle of some cleaner,

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a child, he says, Stop it, don't drink it. You're just telling the child don't drink it, you're just telling them, you're just making it known to them. But how are you going to do it? with a blank face? With no expressions? When I said don't drink? Don't do that.

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And you say that if you don't listen to me, you could hurt yourself. You could die. So you tell the person the consequences of not listening to the warning as well.

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Okay. Fourthly, in doubt, is a particular way of warning as well.

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Sometimes people warn very harshly, very rudely.

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Isn't that you're terrified? You're like, Oh, my God, what just happened?

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In that is to warn not in a threatening way. Not in a threatening way, not in a frightening way. But in a way that is very gentle.

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In a way that is very gentle.

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It is to warn someone out of well, wishing

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you care for them. That's why you're telling them. We don't tell you them because you hate them. You're telling them because you care for them. If somebody is drinking something that's going to kill them, that's going to be fatal. What are you going to do? Why are you wanting them because you care for them. You're concerned for them? You wish well for them. So it is to warn someone out of well wishes out of sincerity, out of compassion, and the Prophet sallallahu sallam. He was called in

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all the messengers, they weren't ready. Why? Because they convey the warning. Out of well wishes out of sincerity, out of compassion, out of mercy.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he called the people of Mecca to give them the message of Islam. What did you say to them? For any Madeira laco beignet? They are they've been shady. I am a warner to you before a severe punishment. So the profits, they were whiners. And when the messengers won their nations, they did so with a lot of kindness and compassion. They did so out of well wishes, not out of hate, not out of dislike.

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So in the also includes this.

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The fifth point is that in the URL is to notify in a

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Then

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to warn in advance

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why. So that the warning is also beneficial.

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If somebody is halfway drinking through something that is going to kill them, and you saw them before even they started drinking it and you didn't tell them you tell them halfway through? Is your warning going to benefit them at all? No, probably not, will be very difficult for them to survive. So in that is to warn in advance,

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just as road signs are they're not right before the turning, right, not right before the dead end, but they're there beforehand, so that you can do something in order to save yourself from incurring some harm, from incurring some loss. So this is also the kind of warning that the word indoctrinates. So Allah tells us, that ends up the home, whether you warn these people out of well wishing out of compassion before time, in a way that is very sincere, in order to save them in order to help them and loved ones at home or you do not want them like me know, they're not going to believe your warning is not going to benefit them at all.

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But the question is, who is you over here?

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It refers to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, in particular,

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and of the home and Lampton their home life.

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You see the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he had an intense desire that everybody would believe. He was sent as a messenger. He was the last messenger, he knew that no messenger was coming after

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he knew that no messenger was coming after. So he wanted that everybody would benefit from the guidance that he had. And he wanted every single person to believe. And this has been described in the Quran, his feeling the state that he was in, in South Africa have it number six, the last paragraph that addresses the Prophet sallallahu sallam, that feller unaka here on knifes, aka Allah 30 him in them, you know, we had her dcsf, then perhaps you would kill yourself through grief over them or Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, if they do not believe in this message, and out of song. He really wanted the people to believe in the message that he had.

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And you have this feeling for someone when you know the importance of believing. And you know, the harm of not believing

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just as you know the importance of you know, somebody eating properly, and the harm of not eating properly. If somebody has severe allergy, that's it, they have a peanut allergy. When you give them peanuts? No.

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You want them to be conscious. You want to save them, right? So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he wanted the people to believe. So in this ayah ends up the home, emlenton did home whether you want them or you don't want them, they will not believe what is the purpose of mentioned.

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Over here, basically, the profit sort of organism is being informed that first of all, there are some people who will not accept no matter what you do, no matter what you say to them, no matter how much you try, for example, a Buddha, Buddha, they were relatives of the prophets that

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he wanted them to believe. So first of all, he's been told that you cannot guide everyone in nicoleta demon attributes that you cannot guide the one whom you love.

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So first of all, he's been told that there are some people who will not accept no matter how much you want them. Secondly, on the other hand, he has also been given reassurance that it is not his fault. If they don't,

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if somebody does not benefit from the advice that you give them, if somebody does not benefit from something that you tell them, how do you feel? If they don't accept it, if they don't implement it? How do you feel?

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Maybe I didn't convince

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maybe I didn't explain properly. The problem is with me, maybe it's not with them, perhaps I'm not doing my job properly.

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So the profits are low. The Senate has been reassured that it's not his fault. He is putting in his effort, but it's the people it's their fault. They're not believing and the home unlocked on their home. Let me know they're not going to believe. Why. Why is it so?

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last panel data tells us in the next day,

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Hotham Allahu Allah.

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Allah has set a seal upon their hearts. Allah has set a seal upon their hearts.

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This is why they're not going to be

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katama is from the root cause of death. I mean, what other letters have done

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mean

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and hatami is from cotton, cotton, cotton with a spoon under that cotton means to put a seal on something, what does it mean? To put a seal on something, to close something,

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to put a seal on something to close something.

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When a person locks something, when a person closes something, he actually seals it. Why? Because once you have closed it, what's going to happen, nothing is going to go in and nothing is going to come out.

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When you have sealed the letter, what's gonna happen, nothing is going to go in, nothing is going to come out it is sealed, it is closed, it is locked, nothing will go in, nothing will come out.

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And remember that this hot, it is always put at the end upon completion, just as hot we'll call on is when when the entire colon has been recited or study, okay. So cotton is what, when something is completed, when something has been done completely, then you put a scene

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from the same note is the title of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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He was the heart of us a seal of the prophets. Why? Because no other Prophet was going to come after him.

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So what Amala who either couldn't be him, Allah has set a seal, where upon their hearts

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to do kulu. kulu is the plural of the word, an all means part it is from the root fetters of lamb.

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Off man.

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And remember, that in the Quran, the word called or other words for heart is often used to denote perception. It is used to denote understanding and reasoning.

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In English, when we use the word heart, or according to our understanding, what is the heart? What have we learned so far?

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What is the heart? It's the one that pumps blood in our bodies. That's it. We don't think that the heart thinks that the heart has understanding. But Allah subhanaw taala tells us the Quran uses the word heart for, for what perception for understanding for reasoning.

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So katama long, while Kuru beam the fall over here, does not refer to the physical heart. But rather it refers to the ability of understanding the faculty of reasoning. So whatever longer there could be him, and remember that the word literally means to turn about. What does it mean, literally, to turn about? So what's the connection between that and the heart?

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When something turns about it does not remain the same? Right? And our heart, it doesn't stay the same for even 10 minutes, isn't it?

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our feelings, our thoughts, that change all the time? Isn't it? They're always changing. Today, we feel one way, tomorrow, we feel another way. One day you really like someone the other day you hate them, you don't want to see them. You don't want to talk to them. You don't want to hear them. One day you're longing to meet them. One day you want to eat the other day you don't want to eat at a point you like a particular food. Another point you don't like it.

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So this is a state of the heart It is constantly changing. This is why the heart is called called a hotel. This hotel Allahu Allah. Allah has set a seal up on their hearts. What does it mean by the sealing of the heart? What does it mean by them, that the heart has been sealed

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sealing of the hearts is their inability to absorb to accept the words of a loss.

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There is inability to understand his words, do accept his words.

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Because remember, heart is the faculty of reasoning, understanding, comprehending if it is sealed, what does that mean? Nothing is going in, nothing is coming out. They're not accepting anything. They're not reflecting on anything.

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So their hearts are sealed. meaning they're unable to accept, to understand to reflect on the words of a loss of data. And as a result of that, a man is not going to enter their hearts space is not going to enter their hearts. Then Allah says, For them, Allahu Allah kurumi him who are either summary and also upon their hearing, meaning will hurt them or listen to him and he has also set a seal upon their hearing.

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summary is from the root seen meme, right? And the word summer. In the Arabic language means two things

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The word some means two things.

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First of all, it gives us the meaning of hearing, the ability to hear the faculty of hearing, the faculty of listening.

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And secondly, some also means ear.

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It also means is, so why last summer him? And also upon their summer? What does it mean? Also upon their hearing, or also upon their ear?

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What does it mean by the ceiling of the ears?

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Doesn't mean they become literally death. No, the Buddha had become death. No, he could listen up until he died. So what does it mean by the ceiling of the ears of the listening?

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They refuse to listen to the words of

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their inability to hear anything that is good

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to benefit from what they hear. And remember that the word hearing in the Arabic language some is not just about hearing the sound. Yes, it means to hear the sound. But it also means to accept what a person has heard.

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You know, when you say, Listen to me, what does that mean? Listen to the words that I'm saying.

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Doesn't mean only that. No, listen to me, meaning do what I'm telling you to do. When people say Why doesn't she listen to me? Of course, you can hear the words that you're saying to her. She doesn't do what you tell her to do. Right? So summer is not just about hearing the sounds, but it is also about accepting what a person hear.

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So sealing of the ears means their inability to hear anything good. their refusal to hear anything good, and their inability to benefit from the good to hear. All of these people are Buddha he would secretly go and listen to the Quran. But it has benefited No, because his ears were sealed

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hatami Allahu Allah kurumi him while a summary.

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So their hearts and their ears are sealed. What about their eyes? Allah tells us why Allah Abbasali him Felicia and upon their eyes is a veal,

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a basalt, upside is the plural of the word bustle. From the root letters, Beth slog

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and buffer gives us two meanings. First of all, buffer means site vision, the ability to see the faculty of seeing vision site. And secondly, buffer means

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just as the word summary means hearing, and it also means ears. Similarly bussan means seeing and it also means eyes.

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So as for their eyes, Allah tells us there is a shower, there is a covering, Alicia is from the root wine chain. Yeah. Wine chain. Yeah. Do you see the Yeah, in the word?

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No, you don't Why? Because it is of the fluorophore in

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the shower means a covering. And wash Yeah, literally means to cover something, to build something,

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to put a cover to veil something.

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But in particularly shower is used for such a view through which a little can still be seen.

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To understand.

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You know, sometimes, if you're looking for some hijab or something to cover yourself up with, and you realize that it's a bit see through, it's a bit transparent, you can still see a little bit through it, even sometimes it's black. And you can still sometimes see through it sometimes not always sometimes. So the shower is a veil through which a level can be seen, not clearly not 100% you cannot perhaps doubt the colors, but you can still figure out the shape.

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So where are the episodic emilija? on their eyes? is a view under eyes is a covering? What does it mean by the covering of the eyes? What does it mean by that?

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There their inability to see the truth, their inability to recognize the truth.

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Because even though they can see a little bit through the shower, because the shower was something through which you can see a little bit at least, even though they can see a little bit still, they do not benefit. While they're upside English. They cannot obtain guidance by looking at the miracles even.

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Just yesterday, I told you about how somebody was praising Omar and they said that oh you said the Prophet sort of officer and you follow along with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and he said, Yes, of course. It's a big deal. Whoever saw the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they knew that he was a prophet. That's what he said. But these people

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alladhina cafaro they saw the profit, but they did not benefit.

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What good are those I who see the profits out of all this and and but they don't believe in

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what Allah upsettingly shower. So discovering prevents them from believing from seeing from recognizing from benefiting from what they see. So they don't see the clear signs of a law, they do not reflect upon the clear signs of a muscle.

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So what am Allahu Allah khudobin him? Where are the summary? Where are the herbicides and really shower? What is their outcome? What a home or they're gonna leave, and for them is a great punishment. What a home and for them for who? For the disbelievers. For those who remain the same, who continue to disbelieve until they die, they die upon their disbelief for them there is an either

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or that is from the root I then

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write that.

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And are that is punishment, torture

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that which inflicts pain and suffering on a person. What is our that?

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That which inflicts pain and suffering on a person? If you go to the literal meaning of the word, it is from our eyes,

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the eyes

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and gives us three meanings.

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First of all, it means to be unable to eat, or sleep,

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to be unable to eat or sleep. Why? Because of extreme first, because of extreme thirst.

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Perhaps we cannot imagine this because I've handled all christobel we've never really experienced anything like that. But imagine, in a desert, when a person cannot find any water, his mouth is going to become dry, his throat is going to become dry. Is he going to be able to swallow any food? No. Is he going to want to eat any solid food? No, he's going to want water. And because of that thirst, he's not also going to be able to sleep. So I've literally is to be unable to eat and sleep because of extreme thirst. And from the cities that that are that is torture. It is punishment. That is not just physical, but it is also mental.

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It's not just physical pain and hurt. But rather it is also mental being in hurt.

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Because yes, when a person is extremely thirsty, you know, his throat could hurt. He's not able to speak property, his mouth dries up. But then with this physical pain, there's also that mental agony. Where can I find water?

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Where can I find it? Where can I have it just imagine a time when you were extremely thirsty. All you could think of was just water. Just think of that.

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So it's not just physical pain, physical agony, of suffering from thirst. But it's also mental agony, mental pain, mental torture.

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So first of all, our that is from

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Secondly, it is also said that our that is from us, which means that which is sweet.

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What is that which is sweet. So our that is to remove the sweetness of something.

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What is that which takes away the sweetness of something, the pleasure of something, the enjoyment of something, the comfort of something it is completely taken away.

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And other a punishment is such that puts a complete end to a person's enjoyment. And happiness is especially the punishment of the hero.

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Punishment means what that a person is not allowed to be happy anymore. That's why he's being punished.

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Thirdly, it is also said that gives us the meaning of imprisonment and confinement,

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imprisonment and confinement. So are that a punishment? What does that do? It confined the person to the punishment, he's not allowed to do anything else, but suffered the punishment.

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So what am I going for them as a punishment, what kind of a punishment are we that which is great, that which is enormous that which is tremendous. The word Arlene is from the root letters, I Love me.

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Love me out.

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And the water Arlene is the opposite of Happy, happy, happy is that which is small that which is insignificant, that which is of little value, that which is of little importance. And earlene is the opposite of that.

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There is another word which is used for big, what is it

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can be

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copied is big. And the opposite of that is something which is small

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But how is the word or leave different from cabbies or other words that are used for that which is

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It is said that our lien is used for that which is big, that which is great, but it also conveys the meaning of

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what is

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strength, power, being strong being very powerful, as well as should the what is should the severity, intensity. So, yes it is very big, but it is also very strong. It is also very severe, it is also very intense.

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From the same route, the word album is used for a big bone. Why?

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Because it is not just big in its size, but it's also solid, it is strong, it is tough.

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It is not broken easily. So, are they going? Are we a punishment that is our lien? What does it mean by our lab and are we

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a punishment that is great, conveys the meaning of such a punishment. That is very enormous and it is also very intense. It is also very intense,

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and also everlasting. There is nothing that has been brought into existence, more severe than the punishment that has been prepared by Allah subhanaw taala. For the people.

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It is either one or leave it is the great punishment, and there is no punishment that can be compared to that

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punishment of the dunya when we think of it, we don't even want to hear about it. We don't even like to read about it. We don't even want to see it at all. But the punishment of the hereafter it is much greater. It is much more intense. It is everlasting.

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According to a hadith in Sahih Muslim Abu right out of the learn. He reported that while we were in the company of Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. We heard a terrible sound. We heard a loud blast. Thereupon Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Do you know what that sound is? When we answered, align His Messenger know best. He said, that is a stone, which was thrown into hell 70 years ago.

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That was a stone that was thrown into the Hellfire 70 years ago, and it has been constantly falling until now. When it finally reached the bottom

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when it finally reached the bottom, this is the hellfire. It's a bit it's very deep.

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Or they're gonna leave a punishment that is very great. Now you may wonder, Allah soprano data has said deceit upon their hearts, what is their fault? They're not believing because there's a seat on their hearts. Right? That's what the isn katama lower could be in wireless. And

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the question is, why has a lot of panels out and set a ceiling on there are several reasons have been given. First of all, when something is not used, when something is not used, it becomes useless, isn't it?

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If a muscle is not used, if a limb is not used, it's going to become eventually weak and useless for a person. People who don't like to walk, they find it very difficult to walk. If they're not used to walking, and they have to walk for like 20 minutes or so they find it very difficult.

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And people who are used to walking, they can walk for an hour, happily without complaining without getting tired.

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So if something is not used, it becomes useless.

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They did not use their hearts, they did not use their minds. They did not use their vision, their hearing a lot created them with fitflop. He sent the profit sort of artists that unto them, he sent many signs. And it's not just that as believers of Mecca, others as well, before and after. And when a person does not use an ability that Allah Subhana Allah has given them, they eventually lose that ability. For example, if you have a machine, as long as you use it, it's going to function properly. You stop using it what's going to happen, it could rest. And then you have to clean it properly. You have to oil it properly, in order to make a start working and sometimes even that doesn't work and

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it's completely finished. You cannot benefit from it at all.

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So similarly, the heart is like a machine in our body. If a person does not use his heart, if he does not use his mind, what's going to happen, it's going to get rusty, it's going to decay. It's not going to work properly anymore.

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A lot older tells us in the Quran in surah number five, Fela Meza who, as Allah

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when they deviated a law cause their hearts to

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When did a law cause their hearts to deviate? When they made the choice of deviating

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the truth was offered to them. they close their eyes, the truth was offered to them. they close their hearts, their ears, they didn't use their abilities, a lot of credibility.

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And this is something that is very scary. We should all be very careful. If Allah has given us some ability, some time, some opportunity, we should use it in a way that benefits us in a way that benefits others when we models Akane, whom you feel cool, because if we don't, it becomes a liability.

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Second is also said that their hearts have been sealed. There is a veil upon their eyes, their ears are sealed. Why? as a punishment from a loss panda?

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Why?

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as a punishment from our last panel data because of their deliberate and constant denial, because of their deliberate and constant denial, the prophets are lovely and send them was living amongst them for so long. They knew him before they knew him why he was a prophet. They saw him

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they knew he was a prophet, but still they refuse to believe when they refuse to believe, because of their deliberate denial. A loss plans are to punish them and sealed their hearts.

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We learn in certain NASA is number 155 febi manakala him Misa who were cuffing him bi Attila he will cottony him will ambia or will it happen? We're calling him Kuru buena was back cover Allah Who are they had to go for him further, you mean una de la cadena.

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And we curse them for their breaking of the covenant and their disbelief in the signs of Allah and their killing of the prophets without great and they're saying our hearts are wrapped rather, of law has sealed them because of their disbelief.

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So Allah seals the heart When, when, when a person disbelieves himself, Allah has bestowed everyone with a mind with a heart with abilities. And if we use them in the wrong way, there are consequences. There are consequences. So in summary, these verses speak of who those people who are in love to those people who are offered knowledge,

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who are offered the guidance, they have knowledge, they know what is right, they know what is wrong, but what do they do, they do not submit to the truth, they do not accept the truth. And the result of that is that a loss of panel data would succeed on their abilities as a punishment upon them.

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And there are great consequences for that in the hereafter.

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You see, in the previous verses, we were told about certain actions that we must do in order to receive guidance from the Quran.

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Now we are warned about things that we must not do so that we can receive guidance from the Quran. What is it that we must not do? What do we learn from these verses?

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But when the truth is offered to us, when we see the truth, when we hear the truth accepted?

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If you find it difficult, ask Allah to help you. ask Allah to help you.

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There may be many things that you may study that you may learn, and you might wonder, but how? But why? Why me? Why is it like that?

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That you can now buy Buffy There is no doubt in it. know for sure there is benefit accepted and Allah will open your heart.

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Let's listen to the recitation.

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In

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Medina

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let's listen to the recitation from the beacon.

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Don't look at the history. Concentrate on the words that you listen. test yourself. Enjoy the recitation.

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Bismillah

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Alhamdulillah

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ami

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ami.

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Me

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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh