Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 02 – L020D

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of setting goals and setting goals for one's life, emphasizing the need to strive towards them and focus on them. They stress the importance of following the command and not letting anyone overwhelm during prayer. The speakers also emphasize the importance of practicing the holy holy holy holy holy holy holy holy holy holy holy holy holy. The importance of learning to purify oneself and act upon certain commandments, remembering words and actions from the church, and learning to recite the Quran is emphasized. The importance of gratitude and gratitude in life is also emphasized.
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I number 148

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when he called Linwood you have to Who am overly her for each is the direction toward which it faces. While it could mean for every meaning for every person, for every human being of every oma of every community, what does he have,

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every person has a widget

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and this widget, who am Wendy her, he faces it

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the word which is from the roof letters, well Jean, the word watch face is also from the same root, which is that particular object, which a person turns his face towards. So, which is the objective, it is the goal, it is the direction that a person faces, that a person aims at

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and the word which is used in both tangible and intangible sense, tangible sense. For example, a person is facing a particular wall or a particular person, physically

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intangible sense. For example, a person has a goal that he wants to achieve and he is striving to achieve it, he is pursuing it,

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there is a particular position that a person wants to acquire. So, it becomes his goal, he is facing it, he is striving towards it, he is working towards it. So whichever is the objective of a person, something that a person turns his face towards it could be tangible, and it could also be intangible.

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So for every person of every community, he has a purpose, or a goal toward which he is focused to

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whoever when they hear he turns to it. The word mobile Li muhuali means one who turns to her it What does it refer to the Witcher and the word muhuali. As humans from the root letters, well learn here.

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So we learnt from this part of the ayah that every person has some goal, every person has some interest,

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whether it is tangible, or intangible, whether it is something of the deen or it is something of the dunya.

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Every person has some direction that he faces in his life that he strives towards throughout his life,

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it could be a certain amount of wealth that a person is trying to achieve.

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It could be a certain person whom he loves, and all his mind his attention, everything is directed towards him.

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Because remember, which is something that a person faces, and he doesn't turn away from it, he continues to face it.

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So for example, if a person loves a particular person or loves doing a particular action, what is he going to do?

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Whenever he has free time, he's going to turn towards it isn't

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anytime he is free, he is going to think of doing it. Sometimes he is busy doing something else. But where's his mind? Where is his attention towards something else towards his goal towards that which he is truly facing?

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So every person has some goal, whether of the dean or the dunya, whether tangible or intangible. And this particular objective, a person is always thinking about it. He's always referring to it. It's always on his mind. And he is sad without it.

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He is sad without it.

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And if it's taken away from him, he feels that there is nothing left in his life.

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Every person has some which

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what is our which?

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What is our goal? What is our aim?

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What is it that I'm striving towards? What is it that I'm endeavoring to achieve? What is it that it's always on my mind?

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Is that a particular person? Is it a superstar? Is it in a particular game? Is it some kind of work? Is it some degree? What is it?

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Every person has some wish.

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And having a widget is something good as long as the widget itself is good.

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As long as the goal itself is good. Having a goal is something very good. It's something essential because some people they systematically plan out

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their life.

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They plan their goals, they set their goals. And when they set their goals, they achieve them as well. And if they're not able to achieve those goals, in particular, at least they're able to get something in their hands.

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And if you don't set a goal, then what happens? You end up doing nothing and the same time is gone, it flies away. Some people do not set any goals and other people set goals over here less as well equivalent would you have done Who am when the

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other question is? What should our goal be?

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What should we be striving towards?

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Allah tells us first who will hire.

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So raise towards that which is good towards the good deeds.

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Raise to all that is good, though it's typical, his newsletter seen birkoff seen that off?

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Several means to get ahead.

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What does it mean? To get ahead to go ahead

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and is who means to strive to try to get ahead of each other

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to strive in order to reach a particular goal in order to reach a particular destination. And in that process, what does the person do? He is striving to get ahead of other people.

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Just imagine a race, that's called St. Barack was terrible bad introducer estaba con.

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So St. Belk is to run towards something towards a particular destination towards a particular goal. And in that process, a person is also competing with others

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competing with who who is it competing with those who are also running towards that particular goal.

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So a lot Elvis festival hierarchy, what should your focus be? What should your goal will be? What should you be striving towards? What should you be aiming towards, and highlight

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and highlight is the plural of Hydra. And Hydra is from thought of and what is higher, that which is good. So, strive, race towards all that is good.

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Remember, any widget any goal that you set in life, what should we make sure

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that it is something that is good, good in the sense that it is of benefit to me, it is something that Allah subhanaw taala is pleased with. And it is also something that is of benefit to others.

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For example, sometimes people go to university, and they do a degree, and they never use that knowledge that they have learned.

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They spend all that time, all that money, they get a paper in hand. And that's it.

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All that knowledge that they have learned or all those skills that they have acquired, what are they using them for?

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Sometimes they're just being wasted away.

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So whatever which how we set we should make sure that it is something beneficial. It is something higher for me, for others. And more importantly it is something that Allah approves.

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Because in the context of your hierarchy refers to obedience to the Prophet sallallahu Sunnah and carrying out the commands that Allah has given us.

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So everyone has a goal. And the goal, the paper that was given to the Muslims is what the Kava festival can highlight.

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No matter Kunal wherever that you all are, anywhere that you will be anaa is used for place as well just as high school is used. And when man is followed by means wheresoever wherever you are, whether you're on land whether you're on water, where you're under the water in a submarine in the space, no matter where you are, yet to come Allahu Jumeirah, Allah who will bring all of you together when on the day of judgment in the lohardaga coalition Cody Indeed Allah escapable over everything.

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So what do we learn from this?

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that whatever purpose, whatever goal that we choose for our lives, we must remember that at the end, where are we going?

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Where are we going?

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To Allah,

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we're going towards the Day of Judgment.

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So whatever goal that I'm setting today should be something that's going to help me later on.

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Which is why Allah tells us no matter what you do, make sure for cervical highlight, strive towards run towards race towards that which is good. Any particular good has not been mentioned.

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Because everybody has different abilities, but the criteria has been given it should be higher.

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Also, we need to check ourselves. What am I racing towards? What is my goal in life? What are my goals? What's the center of my life? What is the top priority in my life?

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What is that thing that I keep returning to? Is it my computer? Is it my cell phone? Is it my email? What is it? What is it that's always on my mind?

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That is a widget. Is it something clay, if it's good, good, if it's not, then we have to change it.

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Woman Hazel Hodge and from wherever you came out, for one New Age hacker Chaparral must either Hold on, then turn your face toward a mosquito how long

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the command is repeated again. And this command again, is in the singular form. So it is addressed to the Prophet said a lot of Southern that all prophet settlements and and women, Hazel Harada, wherever you came out, meaning if you're not at home, you're out. you're traveling. And when you have to pray, what should you do for one lever, checker shattered machine

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face in the direction of the machine?

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But the question is, why is this command repeated again,

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two reasons I've been given.

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First of all, the command is repeated, for the purpose of emphasis, for the purpose of emphasis, that make sure every time you pray, you must face the Kaaba.

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And it is something that is part of observing the Salah properly.

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If a person does not care about the Qibla, then his Salah is not proper, then he's not doing a comma to seller account with the seller. One of the conditions is to fulfill all of the requirements all of the prerequisites, pray in the manner that is prescribed What is the matter that is prescribed that a person should face the Qibla.

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So over here, the command is repeated to emphasize the importance of facing the Carver. It is mandatory.

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Secondly has also been said that over here in this command, specifically, what is being pointed out is that even when you're traveling, even when you're journeying, what should you do?

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You should face the garba when it comes to false honor,

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unless obviously as we discussed earlier, that it's not within the means of a person to figure out which direction the Qibla is because if you look at the ISS, woman, Hazel Horridge that from wherever the two came out, when you come out of the house, and you're traveling, right? You come out of your city, you leave your city and you're traveling, you're on the road.

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So no matter where you're traveling towards no matter where you come out of when it is time to pray. Face acaba

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we're in the hole and how Camila big and indeed it is the truth from your Lord. What is the truth from your Lord, facing the karma in Sunnah the Qibla being karma,

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woman love of your life and I'm not alone. And Allah is not at all unaware about what you do.

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Previously, it was said from Allah, Hobi, Lofton, Arma, Yama, Dune and that was about the adult kita Now Allah says Allah is not unaware of what you do.

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Meaning if you really observe this command or not, Allah knows what we're doing.

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Woman hazlehead Raja, for one Do you watch haka, Chaparral masjidul, how long?

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And from wherever you go out for prayer, turn your face toward unless you that how long?

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Now the command is mentioned for the third time. Why? Again, for emphasis.

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Again, it is for the purpose of emphasis. And some say that over here, the command is being emphasized, do completely despair, the People of the Book from hoping that the Muslims would ever face Jerusalem again, in prayer.

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Because the venue is fine. They wanted the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and the Muslims to continue to face their own privilege

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to continue to face vital matters. But over here, the command is given again and again. What does that show that you're not facing Jerusalem again? You're facing the karma.

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And according to others, they say that the three repetitions of the command refer to three different situations.

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The three repetitions of the command. What do they do? They refer to three different situations.

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The first command we've been told that the command is for who for those who are at

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Makkah in the vicinity of the cover.

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The first command that was given is for who, for those who are within Makkah.

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The second command is for those who are away from the Kaaba, and everywhere else outside of Makkah. And the third command is for those who are traveling.

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So the three commands, yes, they do give us the meaning of emphasis. But they're also referring to three different situations. The first command is for those who are within Makkah. The second command is for those who are away from Makkah. And the third command is for those who are traveling,

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another interpretation has been given to the repetition of the commands. And what is that, that the first command is meant to contradict the assumption of the yahood, that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would follow their equivalent

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to the first command is to give the command to the Prophet Solomon or something he must face the Kaaba in prayer.

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The second command is that the order applies to all places all times. The second command tells us that it's not just limited for the profits out of out of settlement for that particular time, but it is for all places and all times.

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And the third, it has been said that there should not be any deviation from the Qibla.

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The third is what there should be no deviation from the Kremlin, meaning you should never ever turn away from the population always based on

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So the first is specific to the Prophet sort of under saddam Stein. The second is that it refers to all places and all times and the third is, third command has been given to emphasize that a person should always face the cover no matter where he is.

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For Heisler content for Louis welcome Chopra. And wherever you are, turn your faces toward it.

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And again, because this is in Florida, this command is to the believers.

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Now, why face the Kaaba? Why was a Scribbler given?

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Li Allah so that not the Allah is a combination of lead meaning for and meaning that and land meaning not, Li Allah so that not

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meaning face the Qibla, no matter where you are, in Makkah, outside of Makkah, traveling at the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Or, afterwards, no matter where you are, you have to face the Kaaba. Every single Muslim has to face the Carver in prayer.

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The La akuna li nasty or they can project

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so that people do not have any argument against you. Which people

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it could be the applicator, it could be the machine, it could be anyone,

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and what her job is used for an argument and a proof that is presented in order to negate the other person.

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So no one has any argument against you.

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What is mean by this argument?

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You see the Americans, they would say about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam claims to follow the religion of Ibrahim and escena,

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isn't it?

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We've been told so many times, but the bureau military Ibrahim, follow the wave Ibrahim.

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But look at him. He is not facing the cargo. He's facing Jerusalem.

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That's what they would say. He claims to be the follower of Abraham, but he is not facing the Qibla of Abraham.

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On the other hand, they are who they would say about the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that he refuse to follow Judaism. He's not a follower of Judaism. And he has adopted the Qibla the Jews when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam face Jerusalem.

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They would say he's not a God. He's not following our religion. But at the same time, he's following our people.

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So people would come up with all of these objections.

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One is command was given that you face Aqaba. Then all of these objections, what were they? They were completely negated.

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They were completely in void mean, they were not relevant anymore.

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The people of Mecca the machine, they couldn't say, Oh, he claims to be following him but he doesn't follow the same Qibla the route couldn't say he claims to be, you know, a Muslim, and he's following our Qibla when we are actually your hood, he's not actually of the bunnies funny.

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So all of these arguments that were given, they were all made futile how, by the command being given to the Prophet sort of minor seven to follow the

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in the Medina Walla womanhood, except for those people who do have one amongst them.

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What does that mean by that?

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meaning those people who do well, they will continue to object, they will continue to have a problem.

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They will continue to present arguments against you. They will spread propaganda.

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What does that show?

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What does that show

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that sometimes, no matter what you do, people are not going to be happy.

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Even if you're on the truth, people will continue to object.

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So, what should you do?

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falletta showhome. So, do not fear them off, show me and instead you should fear me. Don't fear them. Don't fear the people fear me.

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Now, the word harsh here is from the roofers ha, sheen. Yeah.

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And Harsha is also used for fear. But what kind of fear is it? It is at the crusher is due to knowing the greatness of the one whom a person fears. Why does he fear him? Because he realizes how great he is?

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Why does a person fear Allah? Because he realizes how great is

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how on the other hand, can also be of something that is very insignificant.

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For example, some people, they have hope of flies, or insects or spiders.

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So, they rank tiny things, very small creatures, but huge people are scared of them.

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I know of a person was very tall, and they're scared of cats. And remember, a small cat came in front of them once and the fear on their face. That is our hope is hope is due to walk you to the smallest of your heart. And Harsha is because of realizing the greatness of the other.

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So don't consider them to be so great.

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Don't be in all of them. Don't fear them, will show me and fear me meaning fear Allah.

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Don't fear them. And as a result of that fear, leave the karma. Leave the right Qibla No, don't do that. Fear me, and continue to observe my command.

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So no matter how much they criticize, no matter how much they talk against you, no matter how much they argue, don't listen to them. Because Allah has given you a specific command and you must observe that command.

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When the Ottoman era Mati or they come and saw that I may complete my neuroma upon you, leave with him with a mercenary letter stamey meme, with the word Adama hoonah earlier from it man, which is to complete and perfect something.

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And so that I may complete my favor upon you.

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Which favor which blessing,

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the blessing of deeming the blessing of guidance, the blessing of Islam,

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while are under contested on and so that you are rightly guided,

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so that you obtain guidance. So we see in this verse, that three reasons have been given for following the karma.

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And right before these three reasons, we see a lot of emphasis on facing the karma. Not following but facing facing the carbon inferior.

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There is a lot of emphasis, the command has been given three times. Why have we been told to face the carbon no matter where we are? Whether we're traveling or in Makkah, or we're outside of Makkah? Why?

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for three reasons. What are the three reasons first of all we see over here, Liana Yokozuna, the NES era comm project so that the people don't have any argument against you.

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They don't have anything left to say against you. Because people might say, look at these Muslims, they face acaba when they're in Makkah, and when they're elsewhere, they face another direction.

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Or when they're at home, they face the karma and when they're elsewhere. They don't face the karma. Right?

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Just as people today they objected look at these Muslims. They pray sometimes, and they don't pray other times.

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Isn't. You've heard of it? How can you pray? And that Muslim that I know of he doesn't pray or she doesn't.

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How can you wear the hijab? And that question is also was that she doesn't wear the hijab?

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Certainly, unlike the akuna, nasci are they compared to that people don't have any argument against you. Be consistent in your actions.

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The second reason that has been given us

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Li o de manera materialet comm so that I may complete the favor upon you

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so that the deen can be completed.

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For the reason why the Carbo was determined as the Qibla is for the completion of the deen

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and the changing of the river was part of the completion of the blessing of Islam.

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Because all of the messengers their Qibla was the cargo

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and the hood, the Masada What did they do? They began facing the victim of this, what was the original hook facing the Carver

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and so, now, the profits or losses and being the last messenger when he was given the command face the garba the Dean was perfected.

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The third reason while are looking to do so, that you can be guided

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because guidance cannot be attained cannot be achieved without the completion of the

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will are under conducted in

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common all of a sudden a FICO masuleh just as we sent among you a messenger

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What does it mean by that?

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That just as a loss of personal data has sent a messenger in order to guide you. Similarly, he has ordained the Qibla for your guidance because how does the previous ayah and that our local data do so just as He has sent a messenger to guide you? Similarly he has ordained the Qibla for your guidance or just as the Tabler is a part of perfecting the deen completing the deen.

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Similarly the messenger has been sent Why? To complete that into perfected in

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just as the Qibla is a huge blessing. The messenger was also a big blessing come out of Salafi Cobra Sula, just as we sent among you, a messenger Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam income from among you meaning he was also a human being.

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And what are the prophets are a lot of them do?

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Yet Lu Alaykum Ayah Tina, he recites upon you our verses.

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He read the verses. He didn't just give the verses to them in written form.

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he recited the verses upon the people because hearing the recitation has a completely different impact.

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And also, he read the Quran. he recited the verses, just as the verses were recited upon him

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gibreel read the Quran to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as he heard it, he conveyed it to us. So what are we supposed to do? How should we recite the Quran the way that it was revealed

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yet Luna who Hakata

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many times we don't give importance to recitation of the Quran we see a lot of extremes within Muslims.

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Some focus entirely on improving the recitation. Others focus entirely on understanding the text. Both are equally important. Yet Lou, I lay him at home.

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And we notice over here that devour is mentioned first. Delilah is mentioned first. What does that show?

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That in our is what is the first thing that needs to be done. Improving a personal reputation is the first thing that needs to be done when acquiring the knowledge of the dean.

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It's like the basic step.

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That's one of the first things that should be focused on, which is why within the Muslim community, people focus a lot on children, learning to recite the Quran from a very young age. Because that's the first thing

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we use Akiko. And he also purifies you,

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the Prophet sallallahu. wasallam didn't just give knowledge to people, but he also purified them. How do we purify them?

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How do we purify them?

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This is understood in several ways, by telling them what is right and what is wrong, so that people do that which is right and leave that which is wrong. And hence, cleanse themselves, purify themselves improve themselves.

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Also, he purified them How? By removing ship of sin away from their lives. While you are a limo communicator, and he teaches you the book. He didn't just recite the book. What did he do? He taught them the book. He taught them the meanings of the book. He taught them how to implement the book. He taught them about the words of the book as well.

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You're allowed to communicate APA by teaching them its words by giving them the meanings of the words. And I practically showing them how to implement the book as well.

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And he also thought that people were well hikma and the wisdom, the prophets are a lot of them also taught wisdom. What is wisdom?

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First of all, the wisdom behind the commands as to why a particular command has been given.

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Because when a person understands that then it is easy for him to apply.

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I mentioned to you that he's about the man who came to the Prophet said about Islam and said, give me permission to commit Zina. And that entire incident that I told you about, so through that conversation, what are the prophets of Allah certain make that men Understand?

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That you should not commit Zina because of such and such reason? Because people don't like it, when you do dinner with their mother or their daughter or their spouse or so on and so forth.

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And secondly, wisdom hikmah is also how to act upon a certain command. How to act upon a certain command, which is a Sunnah because it's one of the prophets that a lot of them teaches us how to act upon the commands how to implement the commands.

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Why are a limo come and he teaches you, man that which lunda kono Darla moon which you did not have in

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which you did not know before.

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What is it that the Prophet sallallaahu Hassan was teaching people?

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The Deen

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the matters of the deen as well as matters of the dunya reality of life, the purpose of life. The Arabs were an unlettered nation, they didn't know they didn't have knowledge.

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And after the prophets are allowed in southern, according to a Buddha, the learner we said that when the Messenger of Allah left us, there was not a bird that flies, but he had informed us about it.

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Meaning he had given us details of every single thing.

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Before the knowledge of the dean, this our bird, it's a bird. After the knowledge of the beam, what is this bird?

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The Hulk.

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There are lessons to be learned from that bird.

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So the theme that the prophets are about a sudden talk to the people he taught us, we learn from this Dean, those things which we had no idea about,

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which we were not born with.

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When it comes to the we they've been very likely and we think it's not that important. We don't give much importance to learning the dean. Remember, we're not born with the knowledge of the D. We have to learn it.

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Nobody is a born doctor. Nobody's a born journalist. What do people do? They learn.

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Similarly, Dean has to be learned when you're a limo call my lambda Coronavirus. Nutella you didn't know before. And you only know now why because the Prophet Archie.

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So similarly, there are many things that we are unaware of, and we can only get to know about them. When we learn that the when we try to study the deen

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and also remember that if there's something that we don't know, we're unaware of, but it is important for us?

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Would you learn it?

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Would you learn it?

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For example, knowing how to cook,

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you don't know about it. But when you're hungry, and you're on your own, are you going to say no, no. Learning how to cook is not important. I'm not going to waste my time standing in the kitchen cooking Okay, stay hungry,

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stay hungry,

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is it important to learn?

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Of course it is. So, similarly been is important for us to learn

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where you are a limo, Madam takuna.

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And upon gaining this knowledge, Allah says in the previous ayah, that just as giving you the privilege is a big favor. We have sent the messenger also to you, as favoring you as a part of guiding you. So after attending this huge favor, the guidance of the messenger, the teaching of the messenger, what should you do with all this knowledge that you have learned?

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First qurani than remember me at gore calm, I will remember you.

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Fed qurani at Costco,

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valka for and what does it mean?

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to remember something to not forget something to make mention of something?

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So remember me how through prayer, through this be with your with your design, with your jewelry, in your heart, on your tongue, through your limbs. Remember me

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Don't forget me

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and Qualcomm I will remember you just as we read earlier, oh fo Brd OPB article.

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So what do we learn that we should remember the blessings that Allah subhanaw taala has given to us, we should not forget about them, and we should be grateful for them.

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Even our best will they learn who said about this ayah that will qurani better it remember me by obeying me? At Qualcomm Beamer filati

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I will remember you with my forgiveness.

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Remember me how, by obeying me and I will remember you how, by forgiving you.

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What are the different ways in which a person can remember Allah,

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through Salah, through this V. Remembering align the heart, in our daily conversation, making mention of Allah, saying and hamdulillah saying in sha Allah, mentioning Allah Subhana.

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Allah Subhana Allah tells us this little gap I 28 will add to theramin often convert who are in the cleaner whatever Hawa who, and do not obey one whose heart We have made heedless of our remembrance, and who follows his desire.

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A person who doesn't remember Allah is not worthy of being obeyed.

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So, remember Allah.

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Also we learn into the earlier one I have 191 alladhina Yes, kurunegala hopping Amman, Walker odawara jubi him, those who remember above while standing or sitting or lying on their sides.

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So when should we remember Allah

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all the time. But qurani this is general remember me all the time, not just in Salah. Not just when you're praying, but remember me all the time.

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And as a result, at God calm, I will also remember you.

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There is a hadith that is mentioned in Bukhari and Muslim. Allah subhanaw taala says, I come up to the expectations of my servant I am as my servant thinks I am.

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I am with him when he remembers me. When a person remembers Allah, Allah is with him. When he makes mention of me in his heart, I make mention of him to myself. When he mentions me in a gathering, I mentioned him in a better gathering of the angels,

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the prophets that allowed us and then he would say, a stuffit Allah, even when he would be among other people,

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even when he would be with the Sahaba with the companions. So remember Allah all the time when you're alone, when you're with people,

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because the key to having a lot remember you is doing one,

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If you want a lot to remember you, what should you do?

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Remember him

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and what a great honor that Allah subhanaw taala mentions a person

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Allah mentions a person

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wash curonian and be grateful to me while at the Quran and do not be ungrateful to me.

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Wash Kuru is from sugar,

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and what the show could mean gratitude. So be grateful for me for what? For the blessings that I have given you for the blessing of the privilege. And remember that part of expressing sugar is or being a muscle.

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So this command that Allah has given you, follow it, obey it.

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It's a part of doing sugar to Allah,

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while at the qurani and do not be ungrateful to me.

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The Kuru need notice the need at the end, it indicates me

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and look at the word copper over here. What does COVID mean?

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This belief denial, but over here, it's been used in contrast to sugar. Sugar is gratitude and coffee is in gratitude.

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Because cafaro literally means to hide something to cover something. And when a person is ungrateful, for another favor. What is he doing? He's hiding. He's concealing the favor.

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So watch guru Lee. What does it mean by sugar? Continue to obey me. carry out the commands that I give you. Stay away from the prohibitions. While at the end, do not be ungrateful to me. How, by disobey me. Do not disobey me.

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so what's the main lesson?

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That this

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this knowledge that Allah has given, be grateful for it?

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And how will you be grateful for it?

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by obeying Allah

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while at the Quran and do not be ungrateful to Allah?

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What is in gratitude, disobeying Allah

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Subhana Allah whom will be handicapped. I shall do eyeshadow La ilaha illa Anta Mr. heruka

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Al-Baqarah 142-152 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 148-152

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