Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 03 – L042B

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Al-Imran 23-32 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 23-27

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I was a bit lame in a ship on energy investment over here.

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That's another 42. So earlier man, I have 23 to 32.

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And then Elan levena una Lieberman Okita. Do you not consider a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, those who were given a portion of the Scripture? What is so amazing about them? You their honor, he lakita biLlahi Leah ko Medina whom they are invited to the scripture of Allah, that it should arbitrary between them. It should judge between them. But what is their reaction? So my other one left for you coming home for homework, and

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then a party of them turns away? And they are refusing? And I'm Tom, Have you not seen? Isn't this amazing? Isn't it strange? Have you looked at these people?

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And EMTALA, and then Hamza is the pan? Or is this well, is for the purpose of amazement over here. It is to express wonder, it is to express amazement. And it's also to provoke the thought of the listener that think about this, reflect on this incident. And think,

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also, it has been said that addenda over here, this is expressing the meaning of it is basically magnifying what happened, that this is a big deal. This is not something that is ordinary. If somebody behaves in this way, it's a big deal.

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And I'm Tara, Have you not seen and thought of you over here? It singular? Yes, it does refer to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but after him, every listening, everyone who hears this,

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that have you heard this? Can you believe this actually happened? Isn't it amazing? Who and levena una Slaven those people who were given a scripture, meaning Have you seen these people who were given a portion of the Scripture, the word Nestle is from newsletters known slotback and Nestle is used for abortion that is fixed.

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Because literally nothing is to fix or to avoid something. So an asleep is a portion that is fixed that is appointed.

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So these people were given an asleep mean Okita off the book. What does it mean by this? They were given a portion of the book. What does it mean? My book book over here has been understood as the fella. So what does it mean by they were given a portion of the book, what is the portion refer to the the portion over here refers to partial and superficial knowledge of the Book of the total? That they only know the words. They only know what it says but they don't actually act upon it.

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Because remember, dilemma of the book, what does it include? just did our fee until our mind we're just reciting the words and knowing their meaning no, that is incomplete. That is not our did our that is a dam that is complete, includes the lava amellia as well, which is to act upon what a person reads what a person understands. So if a person only reads the scripture only discusses the words, the text, okay, this is what it means. And that's what it means. And this is what should be done, but doesn't actually apply it. What does it mean that he only has a portion of the Scripture, he doesn't have the entire scripture, he only knows the book superficially, partially, because true

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in his arm, a true knowledge is action. If a person does not implement the knowledge, then he only has a part of the book. He doesn't have the whole book, he doesn't know the whole book.

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Because many things a person doesn't even understand until and unless he actually applies them.

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If he's only discussing or exercising his mind, when it comes to the book of Allah, then he's not fully understanding until and unless he implements.

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So they're given a portion of the book meaning a portion of the total which is just superficial knowledge of the dollar.

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Secondly, it has been said that Al Kitab over here refers to all of the Divine books, all of the revealed scriptures. So what is then asleep what is a portion that these people in particular given from all of the Divine books, what does in asleep refer to them? The total. So basically alladhina una sleep Amina keytab, who does it refer to

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the bunnies.

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We learned that

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When the Prophet sallallahu wasallam migrated to Medina, he encountered many people over there. There were Muslims. There were people who accepted Islam. There were people who remained were seeking. And there were some people who were good. They were Bani Israel, the tribes of Israel. You know, many people from among the Arabs, many people from among the residents of Medina became Muslim, but very few of the Bani Israel accepted Islam.

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Very few of the Bani Israel actually accepted Islam, despite the fact that they had the book, despite the fact that they are the ones who are waiting for the Prophet, despite the fact that they will tell the Arabs that when we have our Prophet, we're going to be victorious over you. So then you have the Prophet that recognized him, nothing was new for them. But despite this, they did not accept the profit sort of autism. They did not believe in him.

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So over here, Allah saying, Have you seen these people? Have you seen the behavior of these people? Isn't it strange that they know the Prophet, they see him? They recognize him? They recognize him as well as recognize their own signs, but still the disbelief in him. Why? Because they only have an asleep of the book. They only know the text. They don't apply it.

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So they see the text. They see it being fulfilled in the prophets of Allah wa sallam, but they don't apply, meaning they don't believe in the prophets of Allah.

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We see over here that Allah says they were given, what were they given Nestle Ramadan? kita, what does it show? that any person who has knowledge it has been given to him because it's all due? They were given. So any person who has knowledge, it has been given to him by Allah Subhana Allah, especially when it comes to the knowledge of the team.

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We learned into the Baccarat Ayah 269 you will hate Mata Manisha Allah gives hikma to whomsoever He wills what is hikmah

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the ability to implement the knowledge to know what to do, when where and how. Similarly in total Caf is 65 we learn or unlearn now, Mila, Donna, and we had taught him from us a certain knowledge and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was still to pray, will call for peace in your in, say, oh my lord increased me in knowledge. Why? Because Allah alone is the one who bestows knowledge. And Allah alone is the one who gives a person the ability to implement the knowledge to act upon the knowledge. So these people who had only superficial knowledge, this knowledge was not enough. Why? Because it did not change their actions.

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Over here we see you the owner, these people, they're called because their owner is from that diameter.

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They're called, they're invited in Akita Villa to the book of Allah.

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Why are they called to the book of Allah? LEAH qubino. So that the judges between them? Yeah, coma is from Hong Kong. What does it mean? To make a judgement to pass a judgement?

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So these people, the buddy is like you, they are called, so that the book of Allah judges between them.

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They're called by who?

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by the prophets that have autism.

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But the question is, what does it mean by the book of Allah, which book of Allah is this? This can be understood in two ways. First of all, it is referring to the Quran

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that they were called by the prophet sallallahu Sallam that come, this is the book of Allah accepted, follow it, observe it, this is what you should follow now, all of your judgments, everything in your life must be guided by what by what Allah has revealed.

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So they're invited to follow the Quran, that Leah kamaaina home, but what is their reaction? They don't come, they turn away.

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Secondly, it has been said that the Kitab of Allah the book of Allah over here refers to the Torah itself, that the people

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of the book, they are called that come. Let your book decide for you.

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Refer to your book and let your book decide for you. Your scripture will tell you as to what you should do, but what is their reaction? What does he say so much, yet whenever you come in home, but then a group of them turns away, a group of them turns away from the book of Allah, whether it is the Quran, or it is the Torah that they claim to believe in, they turn away from it. Well, whom are they alone, while they turn away? The word the other one that is from their own culture as well Lamia, and the one Li

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is to turn away from something how physically.

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And the one word alone is the plural of more ideal, who is more than one who does Aronov and it is also to turn away from something. But how is it different from

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the one Li, is to turn away from something physically and evolve, is, when a person turns away from something with his heart, it's the aversion of the heart. It's the aversion of the,

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the person is not interested in it, he doesn't want it. He doesn't like it.

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You know, sometimes, you can't go somewhere. So, physically, you're not there. But your heart is there, you wish you could be that you wish you could do that. And sometimes, a person is not there physically. And he doesn't even wish to be there. So over here, they turn away physically, and in their hearts. Also, they're not interested in the book of Allah at all, but homework alone, and the turn away. So two different words have been used for the worldly, for turning away one is the worldly, and the other is Iran.

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Over here, we see that you the owner, elected in their cause, called to the book of Allah. And the question is, why are they called to the book of Allah when they already have? And when they already have knowledge, because una Sivan, manaakitanga, they have a portion of the book, they have the total. So why are they being called to the book?

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Because first of all, they only had an asleep,

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they had only part of the book, not all of the book, therefore, they need more knowledge.

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That's why they were called to the book of Allah. That's why they were called to the Quran. Also, we see that the knowledge that they had, which is off the book, which is a thriller, what did they do to the Delta? They changed it, they altered it, you have the phone, they did the heat, as we learned.

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So if the book has been altered, if the book has been changed, what is right and what is wrong? Do they know? They don't know. So they are told, come to the Quran. Come and let the Quran decide for you follow the Quran. Why? Because the Quran will tell you what is right and what is wrong, the book that you have, that has been changed, that has been altered, you've messed it up.

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So the Quran was sent, why to fix those changes.

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It's the final book. But we see that these people, they had their own scripture, although it was changed, although it was altered. Or they had only nusseibeh of the book, they only had a portion of the book and what were they called? Come to the book of Allah, they were invited to learn the book of Allah. What do we learn from this? that any person who has knowledge of the book, what does he mean by that, but he may have studied,

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he may have studied the book of Allah,

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then even he is called, do the book of Allah. Why?

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For further reflection, for further study,

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because remember, studying the book of Allah, reading the book of Allah once, or twice, or thrice, or four times, or five times, or six times, or even 10 times, even 50 times is not enough. Remember that? It is not enough.

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So you the owner in Africa, the left they're being called to the book of Allah, why? Because every one needs to improve in their knowledge of the book. The moment a person thinks I know enough, I have studied enough, that's it, his learning has stopped. His improvement has stopped. Because when you study the Quran, you're not just gaining knowledge. You're not just learning about root letters and root words, and the singulars and plurals and the definitions. No. What are you learning? How can I click on it? What can I do?

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Did I remember this? Did I forget this to the Quran? is not just the book of Allah is not something that should be understood and read as a text. Remember, did I wouldn't have re entered our modern UI is not enough.

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And, okay, fine. A person may learn about it by studying it once or twice, but in Armenia is a constant, ongoing process. It never stops. It never ends. So over a year, these people they know the book of Allah, but still they're being called gum to the book of Allah can study again, come listen again. But what do they do? They turn away because many times when a person has some knowledge, his ego comes in the way and he thinks I know enough.

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have heard enough. I have done this before. And I don't need to learn anymore. I don't need to reflect anymore. But look, you the owner elected Abdullah, nobody can say that I know everything. And I don't need to learn anymore.

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This is the way of the Bani Israel that has been mentioned over here. So my other one left for you coming home, they physically don't come. And if they do come physically, their heart is not interesting. Their mind is elsewhere. They get very bored. But yeah, I know this move on.

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So over here, we see that everybody is invited to the book of Allah, if you know it already. Good. But come again, why? Because you need to know more.

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And if you don't improve in your knowledge, at least you will improve in your reflection, at least it will help you remember more, it will help you apply more, it will help you practice more, it will help you understand the text better.

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So you there are no electrotype in there. Now, over here, it says in particular, that they were called to the book of Allah, why do they know that it makes a judgment concerning them? What is this is judgment in particular, what is this circle?

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This circle is with regards to the different disputes, the different things that occur in a person's life, the different incidents that occur in a person's life, different situations. So he needs guidance from the book of Allah. And this is exactly why we have to keep studying the Quran. This is why we have to stay connected to the book of Allah. Because we go through different situations in life. And sometimes we forget what the book of Allah says. But if we're connected with the Quran, what happens? We are reminded, we remember again.

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Secondly, they were called to the book of Allah judges between them. Why? Because their books have been altered. So the book of Allah, the Quran was to tell them how they were supposed to worship, how they were supposed to obey Allah, how they were supposed to deal with other people. But what is their reaction, so my other one left for you coming home for homework.

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We learned that alive in our bus with Ilan whom he said, that a man and woman from hybrid and who lived in favor the Jews,

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a man and a woman from hybrid, they committed Zina, they committed adultery, and according to their law, meaning according to the Jewish law, the punishment for this crime was a virgin, which is to stone, the adultery and the adulterous to death. But the dude who committed the crime wherever highest status in society, and the Jews did not want to stone them to death.

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Both of them the man and the woman were of the elite, and they did not wish to stir them to death. So obviously, if they consulted their own law, that meant stone them to death. So they wanted some other law. And therefore, they brought the case to the Prophet subtle bodies. They thought that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would lighten the burden from them, meaning he would not impose the same punishment upon them. Maybe you would say okay less than a few times or just do something else and not stone them to death.

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But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also gave the same verdict of stone.

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Norman been opha and barrhaven Amma who were from the Jews spoke up and they said Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, your decision is wrong. They said, No, your decision is wrong. They should not be stoned. While you confirm that your book, it gives you that law. It gives you that ruling. You came to him and that's the ruling that he gave you while you're saying that your ruling is wrong. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the decision between us can only be decided from the fella. Bring

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the Prophet sort of answer and ask them who is the greatest scholar of the Delta among you? They said a one eyed scholar meaning the person who has only one eye only one eye functions. And his name is even Syria with Assad, who lived away from Medina. He didn't live in Medina, he lived far away.

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He was called by them. And he came to Medina. Why? Because he was the greatest island of the Toba at that time.

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So when he came, the prophet sort of asked that man if he was actually even Surya and he said, Yes I am. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked him, Are you the greatest scholar of the Jews? He said yes, people think we saw the profit or loss and I asked him to find the verses of stone and read them. He did. But when he came to the actual stoning part, what did he do? He covered it with his hands. And he moved on. Because the prophet SAW the Lotus and and was unlettered. So obviously, how was he to know that he has read that part or not? So what did he do? He completely ignored that part. He left that part and he read on the live antenna. Who was he?

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He was

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A Jew, but he had become a Muslim. He said, O Messenger of Allah, he has skipped the verse on stoning. He has skipped it, he hasn't read it.

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Then I realized when Salam stood up, and removed his hand from the verse on stoning and read the verses to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and all those who were present over there.

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And then as a result, the punishment of stoning was applied on the men and women.

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So we see over here, that these people, they had their book, they had the law, what did they do? They changed it, they altered it. And if it didn't change it, if they didn't alter it, they completely hid it, they completely concealed it.

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And they try to refer to some other law for a judgment for a ruling. And even over there, they were given the same law,

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but look at them, that they actually covered part of the total, so that it would suit their desires.

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You know, how sometimes we say that it hasn't gone? Or we hear so many times within our Muslims, that the Jews, the People of the Book, the previous scriptures, they have the description of the Prophet sort of understand they have the signs of the profits or bonus.

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But how come these Christians are these Jews? They say that they're not there?

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or How can they say that these descriptions are of another person? How can Why?

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If people treat their book like this, that they hide whatever they will they change whatever they will they alter whatever they will you think they will keep the descriptions of the profits or losses of them in their book? You think they will keep them? No, they won't.

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If this is what they did with their book, with their own laws, you think they're going to keep the description of the profits out of all of them intact in the book? No, they're not. So a lot of parents are listening this isn't this amazing. Look at these people. Can you believe this is what they do? And I'm Tara Have you not seen this is very strange, that they're called the the book of Allah so that the book of Allah judges concerning them, but what do they do? They turn away from the book.

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So my other one left recomendo homework.

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Notice, two words have been used for around over here, we discussed the difference between the meaning of the words but how come, two words have been used? Firstly, it has been said that it is for the purpose of emphasis, that they completely turn away, they have no interest from the judgment of Allah from the ruling of the book.

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Secondly, it has been said that yet a well known Diwali has been used. Why? To show that they turn away physically from the one who is calling them. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was calling them and what did they do? They didn't go to him, they didn't respond to him. And more.

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They turn away this morning Luna is the Arab all of the heart, meaning they turn away from that to which he is calling them to they're not interested in the book of Allah.

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So they physically leave the diary. And they're not interested in that which He is calling them to.

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Then it has been said that the one note has been used. Why? Because it was there earlier that it was in scholars even Surya who was the most learned men. Amongst them. He's the one who turned away and more Elune What does it refer to the followers that they just follow the leaders, the scholars.

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Also it has been said that he had the one loner they turn it refers to their present state meaning at that particular incident at that particular moment, this is what they did, they turned to it. But Marty loon notice Marty Luna isn't isn't it's a noun. It begins with a meme. And yet the well known is a verb. So you have a well known and describes what they did at that particular incident. And word Elune describes their habit. This is their habit. They're not interested in the book of Allah enacting upon the book of Allah at all, what should actually be done when a person is called to the book of Allah, he should pay attention to it, how inwardly and outwardly with his heart, and also

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physically he should be there. Many times we come to the class, and what happens, our hearts are elsewhere. Or sometimes we don't come at all, for a simple reason. too hungry, too tired. I'm cramping. So I'm not going to come? Well, it's the same thing. Whether you sit in the class or outside, you're still going to be in vain. You're still going to be thirsty, you're still going to be tired. Isn't it better, that at the same time you hear something which might remind you of something that's good for you.

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So, when a person is called to the book of Allah, how should he respond? He should be attentive, he should be there inwardly, as well as accurately because over here, Allah mentions both

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It's still early and arrow. And this is what allows pannacotta disapproves.

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So what lessons do we learn from this? Is there many lessons? First of all, we must remember that this ayah is not specific to that incident. This ayah is not specific to that time or to those people or just the disbelievers? No, because hold on is for all times. And if there are some people, even today who have the same behavior, meaning they're called to the book of Allah, but the turn away, they fall in the same group.

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What is the purpose of calling people to the book of Allah? What is the purpose? What is the is

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the outcome of a no. So that the book tells us what we should do, and what we should not do? what is right and what is wrong, the book gives us the criterion. We see that many people even amongst the Muslims, they don't want to listen to the Quran, they don't want to study the Quran, why? Because if I study, I will have to follow I will have to implement.

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So they don't come at all, but this is actually the one the as well. This is also turning away from the book of Allah.

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So turning away from the book of Allah is not something that just the Jews and the Christians they know, it is something that unfortunately, we also do, we are called to the Quran class. But what do we do? Know, I know already, I have an asleep of the book already. I have all my nice just covered with notes. I have heard many lectures before, I don't need to learn, I don't need to study. But this way, is not appropriate. Because even if a person knows that our lovely NTLM or ngulia pseudo Emilia comes only by keeping yourself connected with them.

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Also, we learn a very important lesson, that it is not fair to say that a person who has knowledge of the book also has adelphia acting upon the book.

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They had no sleep, I mean, Ankita they had a portion of the book. They had their in, but it did not affect them. It did not change their lives.

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So it's not necessary, that if a person has a diploma, he has taken a particular course, his Armand is going to change No, I'm going to change is only with Sophie Columba.

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We also learn a very important lesson that sometimes a person knows what is good for him, but he still doesn't do it.

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And on the other hand, the person knows that something is bad for him. But still, he doesn't. People do that sometimes. Why? What's the reason? What's the cause behind that?

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It's the hoopoe shadow. It's the love of desires. For example, a person has a food allergy. He has a sensitivity to a particular food. But still, he eats that food. Why? Because he likes it. He enjoys it.

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For example, many people, they have a sensitivity to dairy, but still, they love ice cream, or they love butter, or they love milk. and still they will have it sometimes. But when a person does that, who does he harm

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himself.

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And this is exactly what has been mentioned the idea that look at these people, they're called to the book of Allah, because the book of Allah is going to tell them something that is good for them. But still, they're turning away. Isn't it strange? Isn't it amazing? They're harming themselves. So many people just want to live according to their desires. They want to do whatever they want to do, and they don't want to be told as to what they should do, and what they should not do. And when they're called towards the Quran. Their hearts are not interesting.

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Next day

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vaniqa that is the unknown kalu because indeed they have said their nickel that is what is this Diwali? This turning away? This errorlog this this interest in the book of Allah. They're not being interested in the Kitab of Allah. Why is it so? Be unknown carlu because indeed, they have said lengthen the Sunnah. Now, the fire is never going to touch us. The mercenaries from mean CNC must what this must mean that something so they say that fire is never even going to touch us. Forget about burning. It's never even going to touch us in that except for a Jamar do that for a few days a year Miss Florida, you and Martha that is a Florida Margarita.

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So Who said this?

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They would, they would say this, that the fire is only going to touch us we're only going to be exposed to the Hellfire for the number of days that we worship the calf. And after that, we'll be taken out of the hellfire. So therefore we can do whatever we want with our home feeding him and it has diluted them in their religion our home from the roof letters rainwater from the world.

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What does it mean to deceive someone through vain desires through false hopes,

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rules to deceive someone how by giving them false hopes. And it is especially when a person is in the state of heedlessness. So imagine a person who is not paying that much attention.

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And he is deceived, he's fooled.

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So, it has deluded them, feeding him concerning their religion, meaning in the matter of their religion, what has deceived them, McCann, we have thrown all that they fabricate, what is it that they fabricate different things? For example, they have fabricated about the fact that they will only go to Hellfire for a few days, if they do go to Hellfire, it will only be for a few days. Similarly, they fabricated that we are the sons of Allah. We are the Beloved of Allah national oven, Allah wahiba. Therefore, he loves us, he's not going to punish us. So they had innovated many things in their religion, many concepts, many thoughts, false practices in their religion, and these false

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concepts, they had deceived them with regards to their religion, with regards to practicing their religion with regards to properly implementing their religion.

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If you think of it, you can read the text in your own book, that this is a punishment for a sinner. And what does the scholar do the most learned scholar, he hides it, what is making him height? What is giving him the confidence that he can do that with the book of Allah. It's that false assumption that no matter what I do, I will be forgiven. Why? Because I am chosen. Because I'm a believer, that even if I will be punished, it will only be for a few days, and then eventually, I'll be fine. Why? Because I'm a believer. I'm of the oma, I can do whatever I want.

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So these false concepts, these innovations, they have deceived them with regards to properly implementing their religion, properly practicing their religion. So we say that the Bani Israel, they had a problem in their epita in their belief, they didn't believe in the hereafter. But they thought that just because we're off the bunny is like you, we can do whatever we want, we will not be punished. Similarly to Christians, what have they fabricated, that the Son of God has died for us? Therefore, we can do whatever we want. All we have to do is believe in the fact that he died for our sins. And that's it. We can do whatever we want. Live your life, however you wish. So hello,

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Fenian McCann we have total. What do we learn from this is

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that first of all, sometimes the righteous actions of a person, they can deceive him. What is it that deceive them? We are of the bunny Islam.

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We believe belief is what? righteous action. So because of our Eman, we're fine. What do we learn in the Quran? Allah says for Wayland in saline water those people who pray, whoa, destruction for who? For those people who perform Salah.

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Can you imagine they're doing a good deed, but destruction for them? Why? Because alladhina Homer answered it himself. Those who are heedless of their prayer,

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who when they're praying, they're completely helpless. And after their Salah, they go do whatever they want, they disobey Allah, such people who pray, water them, and Medina whom you are all those who show off whatever good deeds they do. They do them why in order to show

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so sometimes the good deeds of a person, they give him this confidence that look, I'm so good. I'm so righteous. I'm a student of the Quran. I read the Quran every day. I help other people learn the Quran I teach the Quran every day. And sometimes this guru, this arrogance, this pride, it leads a person to exception that he becomes negligent of the good deeds that he is performing. Or he follows them up with via showing off. Or for example, he gives other anything's Oh my God, I've done such a good deed and he follows it up by man and other and as a result, what does he do he waste on his good deeds.

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So a person should never ever be deceived by his righteous actions, by his good deeds. Never think that just because you have done this or you have done that just because you've done her just because you wear the hijab just because you pray five times a day, then you have the permission to do whatever you want. No, never ever be deceived by the good deeds.

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Similarly, we also learn from this is

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That someone who holds on to just barge

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and ignores the rest. Even he is deceiving himself. Because what did they do? They only held on to the concept that we are the chosen people alone loves us. He's going to forgive us. And as a result of that, they thought we can do whatever we want.

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We can leave whatever we want. We can do whatever we want. Just like we Muslims, what do we say? illegible photo Rahim. But we ignore the fact that he is also surely the sort of neither I in 98 we learn errorlevel and nulla should either record or anila have a food over him. Know that Allah is should either if it is severe and penalty, and that Allah is also a food over him Forgiving and Merciful. So it is not enough to just hold on to parts of the religion. It is very important for a person to take their religion to take the deen as a whole in its entirety. Follow it completely odorheiu facilmente gafa

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what do we learn from the Hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Whoever does not give up lying speech and acting on those lies and evil actions. Allah is not in need of his leaving his food and drink. Meaning if a person is fasting, he's doing a good deed he's holding on to only one part of the religion and if he does not leave his line and acting upon those lies, then Allah does not need his fasting. Allah does not need that he should not eat and he should not drink. So holding on to only part of the religion is not enough.

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And this is also very common in the Muslims with some say in Allah had a a few unusual curvy way of doing a dedicated ministry Manisha. Indeed, Allah does not forgive association with him, but he forgives what is less than that for whomsoever He was. I don't do a lot of mushnik. So if I perform any other things, okay, I'm looking forgive, but they forget that it's leishmania. For whoever that he wills and ullas mushiya is based on his wisdom and knowledge, does he not know that you're all committing sins? Well, Lobos little minor event A lot is seeing he is watching all of the servants. So just holding on to parts of the religion and basing the entire Deen on them is not enough.

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Gonna get the Hulu agenda, the Hadees that mentions that my entire oma is going to enter agenda for the Muslims say I'm part of the ummah. I'm an almighty, so therefore, I'm going to enter agenda. But what does it say? After that 11 other except for the one who refused, refuses What? Complete submission. The Sahaba us that who is one was refused and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, woman I finally got the one who disobeys me then he has refused. We say we are the womb of the Prophet, we can go to gender, we are going to go to gender. But we forget that at the same time, it is very important to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. For example, we learned about the

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ayat of Riba we say where Muslims, eventually we'll go to gender. But what did we learn those iron woman either formula equals

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woman either whoever returns whoever goes back to take the river, despite knowing her or like us have no.

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We forget the rest of the Quran. And we only pick and choose those things that suit us. Those things that support our claims. So it is very important that a person takes the team as a whole. Another very important lesson that we learned from this is that innovations in religion, deceive people. They had innovated many things mechanically after what is the afternoon if there are federal here to fabricate things, to make up things, things that have no reality to them, make them up invent them. So, concepts, practices, actions that have no reality, their religion, what do people do people invent them, people follow them religiously thinking that they are a means of their salvation. For

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example, people say that if you do this particular action, which has no basis in the Quran, and Sunnah, you're definitely going to generate, all of your sins will be forgiven. You pass through this door, and you will enter gender.

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Similarly, there's so many other false practices in the game, you do this are going to gender you do this, you'll be forgiven. So what do innovations do? they deceive a person with regards to his religion with regards to his team. What was the way of the Sahaba? Were they content with the good deeds that they performed? No, they weren't. We learn about the people who participated in but also have all participated in battle.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that Allah said with regards to those that do as you wish for, indeed, I have forgiven you, that is a habit go back to Riba and Xena and alcohol and all sorts of wrong things. No, they became even more careful.

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So we can never be content with the good deeds that we have performed. And we must not be fooled with the righteous actions that we perform.

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The book that Allah has given us where we to alter it, where we change it, who are we to just pick and choose and leave most of it and only rely on parts of it?

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That's listen to the recitation of

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Thomas.

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If you think of it, when it comes to the mattress,

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for example,

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do you say well, I'll pass Anyway, I'll just guess. I'll just read maybe parts of the book. I'll just read the first chapter and do everything else. And you know that you're going to be tested in everything you do that, especially if the test is major.

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Would you do that?

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Some people do that. And what did this

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failure.

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So when it comes to the dunya, when it comes to the matters, when it comes to the degrees of this world, do the tests of this dunya we are so careful, we don't take any chances. But when it comes to the matter of the entry into gender, we rely on assumptions. We rely on only parts of the deen, no, it's okay. We'll be fine. I'll get through no big deal.

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When it comes to the matter, the new we never lay back. We're so careful. We do so much research, we hire lawyers, we do this we do that we ask so many people, and we do our best to prepare the best application. But when it comes to the matter of our Deen, we're very laid back.

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We should have both hope and fear that when we do a good deed, we should be hopeful that it will be accepted. But at the same time, we should be concerned and fearful that what if I do something that's going to waste my good deed?

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Another very important lesson is that we must not stop learning. Because no matter how much we've learned, it's not enough. And we say that based on several ahaadeeth based on the ayat of the Quran that we are going to engender, but Okay, fine, if that is guaranteed, how do you know that you will die as a Muslim? How do you know that your deeds are actually being accepted by our laws and valid?

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So so far we have learned in these verses that there are some people who are called to the book of Allah, so that they gain guidance from the book of Allah, but what is their reaction that are in a way? They're not interested? And why is it that they turn away? Because it's their fabrications in the religion, it's their innovations in their religion, which have deceived them, because of which they think that no matter what they do, whether they follow the deen properly or not, they will be fine, they will go to gender, they will be successful in the film. And because of this false belief, they tamper with the verses of the Scripture, they alter them, they change them, they misinterpret

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them, they fabricate lies in their religion. So Allah questions for K for Elijah Myrna home. So how can it be when we assemble them, when Leo Miller leave a fee for a day about which there is no doubt kafer kafer is used for asking a question to ask about the quality or the condition of something that how is it and sometimes kafer is also used for the purpose of exclamation. It is to show the enormity of that which is being mentioned that how will it be for gay for how will they be meaning for K for your corner Halla home, how will their state be what will their state be? How will their predicament be? When Elijah marner home when we will gather them Jim marner from Jim Jimmy marine

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that when we will gather all of these people, including those who have fabricated lies in the religion, when we will gather them Li Yeoman for a day. What does it mean by for a day, meaning for the hisab of the day for the accounting of

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The day of judgment

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and Leo min for has also been understood as fee Yomi. So lamb over here gives meaning of fee. First of all, what does it mean Li Serbian for the hisab of that and secondly, feel that when we will gather them on that day, which day labor fee Buffy, in which there is no doubt there is no doubt in the occurrence of this day in the coming of this day, they are certain that the Day of Judgment is going to come.

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And this day of judgment either were carted off here, when the occurrence occurs, Lazar new Cartier katiba there is at its occurrence, no denial, there is no doubt in the coming of this day. So how will be the condition of those people who have fabricated lies in their religion? How will their condition be on the day of judgment?

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And in the previous verses, we learned that those people who disbelieve in the ayatollah who killed the prophets of Allah Who killed those people who command them to do that which is right so how will their condition be on the day of judgment when their Hassan is being taken when they're being questioned? Why did you do this? What was the basis of this? What gave you the authority to do this? What will their predicament be on that day?

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Especially because we're what feared and it will be given in full Wolfie it from wildfire. It will be given in full, condoned absent every, every person will be given in full what will it be given in full maca Sabbath? Everything that it earned, meaning every person will be given the recompense of all that it did all that it acquired well whom law US law moon and they will not be wronged at all. We learned earlier instead of Bukhara ohana, Casa that were on a hammock so that every person will get what it's true for, and it will bear the responsibility of that sin, which it acquired as well.

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So on the Day of Judgment, it's not the long hopes. It's not the wishes. It's not the assumptions that are going to help a person. What is it that's going to help a person, his actions, his actions are going to be seen what he did, are going to be checked, his actions are going to be checked, not what he thought and what he hoped for what he longed for what he wished for the hammock, a Sabbath or on a hammock desolate. Many people, they don't do anything when it comes to religion. And they base their success in the hereafter on wishful thinking, or they do an element and they're content with those few actions that I have done had. I give my zakat. I follow all the obligations and

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that's it. I don't need to do anything extra. I give my Zakat I don't need to give any sadaqa but we'll see at Kondo nuptse Mikasa. But on that day, when each and every action will be paid for will be required for on that day a person will wish he had done something better. He had done something and he had not just based his hero on wishes and hopes.

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We see we have learned earlier that the reward for one good deed that a person does, it is multiplied one side the other person gives one however, it multiplies into 700 will love who you are evil Lima Anisha Wolfie at coluna sigma cassava, for one good deed recompenses multiplied for one sin, the recompense is it's equal.

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And look at how the I ns wahome law is known and they will not be wronged at all. What does it mean by this that the people will not be wronged, no one will be done.

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This can be understood in several ways that first of all, no good deeds will be reduced.

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that a person has done some good deeds, he has performed some good deeds and there are no sins that wipe off those good deeds. So, those good deeds will definitely be there, they will not be reduced.

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Obviously, the person has done some actions which are wasted his good deeds that's understood, but other than that, his good deeds will not be reduced.

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Secondly, the bad deeds that he has done, they will not be increased, they will not be multiplied.

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Whatever scenes a person has done, he will be punished for only those not more than that.

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Similarly, if someone else has done something wrong, you will not be held accountable for the wrong deed or homelessness, the moon nobody will be treated with injustice. Why? Because whenever you have the more of

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your Lord does not do injustice to anyone at all.

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What do we learn from the Hadees could see that everybody or my servants, I have a one to one identity NFC. I have made injustice. How long upon myself. Would you're allowed to buy a nickel, Muhammad and I have alternated unlawful amongst you falletto

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So do not oppress one another, do not do injustice upon one another.

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So Allah does not do injustice upon anyone. And on the Day of Judgment, when everyone will be recompense for the good, or the bad that they have done, there will be no injustice, but does it show that any action, anything that a person has done, he will get the dessert for it, he will get the recompense for it

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and allows questioning us. Okay, how will it be? Just imagine that day? How would it be how will your state be how will your condition be when every single action that you've done, it will be checked? It will be observed,

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and then every person will be recompensed for that action? When we base our success, our accuracy on wishes on wishful thinking, wishful thinking is not going to help. It's the actions.

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Just imagine that day before we do anything, or before we leave anything,

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that How will I be? Will I need this good deed? Would I wish that I had not committed this action? If only we imagined that day?

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For kafer, Elijah martinair home, Leo mulloway Buffy it's a day by which there is no doubt it's definitely coming. But we'll see at Kowloon FC Makassar. But every person will be given exactly what they deserve. Makkah sobre la la moon, and they will not be rounded off. What lesson to be learned from this ayah.

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Don't waste your time. Because this dounia this life is going to be over soon. And the time that we have been given over here today in this life is so that we can earn our alcohol. If we spend this entire time just wishing and thinking and hoping without doing anything, what's going to happen on that day to us,

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we're not going to get more chances to come back to the loonie and do what we want to do. This is the only chance we have

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we should spend more time trying to acquire good deeds.

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We should be careful about our actions. Every little action cards.

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We have looked at Marcus about what every person has acquired. It's possible that we have done something. But it's also possible that it's not accepted.

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Any action that we do we know if it's good or bad. And we can check that if I wanted to do this in front of other people, would I do it? Or would I not do it?

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If the people knew about reality, and if I did this action in front of them if I spoke a lie in front of them, would I do it or not? Because look at the IHS, a data mart now home, everyone will be gathered all of the actions will be visible.

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Sometimes out of the fear of people in this union, we don't do certain things or we do certain things. On the day of judgment, everything will be displayed.

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Basically, actions that are required of us.

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Colin lahoma say, oh Prophet sallallahu wasallam Allahu Allah, O Allah. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam is being commanded to say something. What is he being commanded to say? Allah Houma, medical molk O Allah, owner of sovereignty, deal, Malcolm and Tasha, you give sovereignty to whom You will? What 10 zeros will come in man Tasha, and you take sovereignty away from whom you will. What there is a woman Tasha, you honor whom you will work with illumine Tasha, and you humble whom you will be a deacon Hiroo in Nicaragua cliche encoded in your hand is all good. Indeed. You're over all things competent

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Padilla Houma. Allahumma means Oh Allah, but generally, oh, in Arabic. What does it mean? What is the word for it?

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here but Allahumma is translated as Oh Allah despite the fact that there is no yeah.

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And the word is Allahumma. There is a meme at the end. Basically, this meme was added at the end. It replaces the Yeah. The health NIDA at the beginning and this is done only With the name of Allah soprano.

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That instead of saying yeah of law, yeah, is eliminated and instead at the end mean is added

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Allahumma because when you say yeah Allah yeah comes before Allah and you want to say the name of Allah immediately as soon as possible. So Allahumma O Allah, and this is done only With the name of Allah. So say Oh Allah Malik and molk, the Manik of mulk Malik is one who owns something. Malik is a new fetters meme lamb calf. And Malik is one who own something, one who has milk.

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So, Oh Allah, the Malik of milk. What does it mean by milk? Milk basically has two meanings. First of all, Mark means kingdom.

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What does it mean by that, that which is owned and possessed possession, something that is owned something that is possessed? For example, there is a king and he has his milk? What does it mean?

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That that milk is under him, milk is possession, something that is own, something that is possessed.

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Secondly, the word milk gives us the meaning of kingship. What does he mean by that? To have authority to have possession of something? Someone has two meanings, what are they first of all, kingdom, that which is owned, and secondly, kingship to have authority. And remember that this authority, this control, it has to have power, it has to have ability over something. And this kingship or this power, this authority could be a little, and it could also be a lot, meaning a person could own just one house or he could own he could be the ruler, he could have authority over an entire country, an entire kingdom.

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Similarly, a person could be an owner of just a few things. And he could also be the owner of many, many things.

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He could be the owner of a few dollars, or he could be the owner of hundreds and 1000s of dollars.

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Similarly, this kingship this authority could be in Dean and it could also be Indonesia. For example, a person could have authority over something worldly, over something of this world. For example, you own your books, you own your house, you decide what to do with it, you decide how you treat it.

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And similarly a person could have leadership or authority in the What does it mean by that, that one person is given superiority over the other. For example, one person is made the messenger. So milk means what kingdom and kingship that which is possessed. And it also means to have possession to have authority. And this authority could be a little It could also be a lot. It could be with regards to worldly affairs. And it could also be with regards to religious events, Dini affairs

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over here, manneken molk. A lot is the magic of molk. What does it mean by that he's a manager of milk, he is the owner of milk. He is the master of milk. Meaning that he is the owner of all work, anything that can be owned, anything that could be possessed anything that a person could have authority over?

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What does it include? The entire world, the entire heavens on Earth, the entire creation.

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So Allah is the manager of the entire molk.

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Allah is the master of the kingdom. It belongs to him. The entire heavens and the earth is whose possession allows possessions What do we say? law who will because somehow it will up To Him belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth.

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Then medical work also means that he is the Malik of mu Luke, meaning he is the Malik of all kings, all those who have authority.

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There are many people who have authority, whether that authority is liberal or a lot, whether that authority is with regards to worldly matters or religious matters, but who is above everyone?

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Allah subhanaw taala because all of the kings, all of the leaders, all of those people who have authority over something who have possession of something, they will and they will die or their term will expire. You have a king, you have a leader. He becomes the president or he becomes somebody with authority for how many years? Two years, five years. 10 years.

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And eventually he goes away.

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But who is still Malik?

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Allah soprano.

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And at the end when everybody's gone, who will be the supreme Malik of last time as we learn in sort of pifan ii 26 Ullman, cuyama Eden and help the watchman today meaning on the Day of Judgment, to mock true sovereignty belongs to who have managed to meet the Master of the Day of Judgment. So say Oh Allah, the Malik of milk now can you picture medical mu? Can you understand? Can you imagine? He is the master, he is the owner of everything. And he is the one with most sovereignty. He is the master of all kingdom. He is above everything and everyone say Oh Allah manacle molk the magic of milk Tillman Can you give more to whomsoever you will,

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meaning from your creation, you give milk, to whomsoever you will, whether this milk is possession, or leadership or authority, whether it is in the dean, or it is in the dounia whether it is a liberal, or a lot, who has complete authority over giving milk as well. And last, so he doesn't just own all the milk, but he also has the authority to give it to whomsoever He wills to deal Milka Manisha. So Allah subhanaw taala is the one who bestows ownership to people. He is the one who bestows leadership to people, whether that ownership is a property of wealth, different sizes, different forums. It is a loss of panatela who is a master of all sovereignty, who is the owner of

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sovereignty, total Milka? mentorship, you give sovereignty to whom You will?

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What is the context of revelation when was this is revealed.

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We learned that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he migrated to Medina, when we will accept Islam, but there were some people who did not accept in particular who were there, the money is why we don't really because of because of jealousy, that if we believe in Him, if we follow Him, we will lose our religious superiority.

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We will lose our religious leadership.

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This is what stopped them from believing in the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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When they were called to the book of Allah did not answer. They did not respond. They did not go they did not submit. Why? out of the fear of losing their religious leadership.

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Even today, many people don't come to the Quran. Why? Because they fear that they will lose their dunya

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I don't want to study about Riba because then I will lose my house. I don't want to learn about this, because then I will lose my fame, I will lose my influence. People like me, because of what I do. Because of how I look. And if I stop these things, people are not gonna like me anymore. I'm going to lose my thing.

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It's something so interesting that sometimes girls when they're trying to wear the hijab, what's the biggest fear?

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I'm going to lose my friends, what are people going to think of me? I can't go like this in front of them.

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Just random, the first day you wore the hijab, or those of you first you wear the niqab? What was the feeling? What are people going to say? So it's the fear of people that sometimes stops us from doing what Allah wants us to do?

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What's the fear of people that if I don't please them, they will not like me anymore. I will lose this influence, I will lose my friends, I will lose the way that I impress people.

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So what is the law? Tell us over here? That he is the Malik of milk? And he gives milk to whomsoever He will? Never because of the fear of losing dunya? Should we stop obeying Allah? Should we avoid obeying Allah? Never.

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This is what stopped the Bani Israel from accepting and this is what stopped from the people of Mecca also from accepting

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because the people of Mecca they had, especially the Quran, they had superiority over all the other tribes. Everybody would come for Hajj, and they have this superiority over them. If they were to accept Islam. They fear that people are going to come fight us and we're going to lose our leadership. What does Allah say? That he is the medic of milk, till welcome and Tasha you give milk to whomsoever you will.

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One zero milk and you take away the kingdom, women, Tasha from whomsoever you will

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You give milk to whoever you will. And you take away the milk from whoever you will notice the word 10. Zero, it's from NASA and NASA is to pull something away. Because nobody is willing to give away the milk that they have.

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Whether that milk is a little bit of money, whether that milk is sometimes just a cookie,

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just something very small, something very tiny. Literally, it has to be pulled away from them. What 10 01 commandment thou shalt you pull away, you take away the milk from whomsoever you will.

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And it's so true. Everyday we hear so and so became the president or so and so has been removed. So and So became the leader, and so and so does not have leadership anymore.

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So until I became the in charge, and now they're not in charge,

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Dan Welker, Manisha Witten, Zirin Wilker Lehman Pasha, you take away the work from whomsoever you will.

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The reality is that real work, real ownership, real authority belongs to God.

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And everyone in this linear one day, they are going to leave their mark. They cannot take their authority, their milk with them to their grave.

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And while Allah has given the milk to us, what should we remember that we must not become arrogant, we must do what He is pleased with.

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Because sometimes it's the smoke that fools us. That deceives us, I have so much I can do whatever I want. I can enjoy this. I can have fun. I can do whatever I want. But we forget that one day, we're going to lose it one day, it's going to be taken away from us. So while I have it, I must not displace my robe.

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Look at the Bani Israel, they had the milk, they did not give it a tuck. What happened? It was taken away from them. leadership was taken away from them. All of the messengers from after your Cobra incident, they came from who from the bunnies for you. And then when they did not give the Huck they killed the profits, they killed the messengers. They had this pride. What happened? It was taken away from them it was given to the one who is married the unlettered people to tell Malcolm and Tasha within 01 support said, What either Hamilton cuckoo region has written

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when you have carried a janazah when you have taken a funeral procession to the graves, fire alarm be unlikable moon, then know that after it, you will be carried. Today, you're carrying someone to the grave. Tomorrow, you will be carried to the grave. worry that will lead to Murakami with Dutton. And when you're entrusted with the affairs of a people for a time for them to be undergone whom Mark Zulan then know that you will be one day removed from them.

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One day, the authority, the leadership that you have, it will be taken away from you.

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So don't get lost. Don't be fooled. That what you have today will remain with you forever. Allah can give it to you. And Allah can take it away from you. What happens to us, when we're given even the slightest of responsibility, slightest of authority, what happens to us will become so arrogant, we've come so happy. And we think we can do whatever we want. And we forget that this thing that I have today is not going to last with me forever. This has been given to me as a tool, so that I can obey a lot more, I can obey a lot better. I can obey Allah in a different way. In another way. It's a different opportunity for me.

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We forget that

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Abubakar of the nine who are more of the learner when they became the halifa. When they were given the leadership, what happened did they become arrogant, they became more humble.

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Remember, when a person becomes arrogant, because of the milk that Allah has given him, it's quite possible that Allah will take away the milk from him. So we should never ever be deceived by the milk that Allah has given us for almost given the world as well. He was deceived. And he claimed to be God. And it was taken away from him. He was finished, his entire civilization was finished to the point that today, the writing that they wrote, people cannot read it, people cannot fully understand it.

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All of that culture, that knowledge they had, that civilization they had, it's finished.

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People cannot benefit from it. So

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jumoke belongs to Allah. And if we have been given it for some time, we should be grateful to Allah.

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So, pride is something that affects our actions. And sometimes we have pride. Why? Because we own

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a nicer car or a nicer bag or a nicer pen. my pen is better than hers. my sweater is better than hers. My hijab is better than hers. Sometimes it's these little, little things. If you think of it, that hijab that you have is a mock, Allah could give it to you, and he could take it away from you. So never forget, that, despite whatever we have, we are still there even under the law, we are still the servants of of law.

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What there is some inertia? And you honor whomsoever you will, there is a from Isaiah, Isaiah, and what does it mean?

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honor, dignity, respect, value?

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Remember, are these the name of Allah subhanaw taala. It can be understood in different ways. First of all,

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what does it mean by that? To have value to have dignity to have honored to have respect? So there is zoom and Tasha you give resort to whomsoever you will, meaning you give resettle?

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In the sense that you give fame, you give glory, you give honor you give respect to give dignity, to whomsoever you will.

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And it says also is that which is to have dominance, to have authority to have superiority. So you give that result as well to whomsoever you will. What do they know when Tasha? And you humiliate whomsoever you will, to the law is from their land land? What does it mean by the law, to be lonely, and in land is the opposite of yours as the resume is asked to give

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it land? To give them the opposite of giving isn't to someone. So what does it mean by to the loo, that you humiliate, opposite of honoring dignity, you honor and dignified, whomsoever you will, on the opposite hand? you humiliate you deviates, you lower, whomsoever you will. And to the law also gives a sense of that you bring low, somebody who had reserved somebody who had someone who had authority, he is brought low, he is lowered mantha whomsoever you will. So there is a mentorship by giving mulk what is the no mentorship by taking away the milk via Deacon hide in your hand is all fine. So Allah gives power. Allah give strength, Allah gives authority, to whomsoever He works. And

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he humbled he a basis, whomsoever He will, how does Allah give? Is that to someone by giving him in, by giving him a man

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by giving him money by giving him wealth? By giving him the respect of people? What an element Asha? How does Allah give the law to whomsoever He wills? By?

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by poverty, by cough, by being depressed?

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And also it has been said, that you give research whomsoever you will, how? When a person obeys a law with the new mentorship, how when a person disagrees

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with their Islam and the shot, what are the lumen Tasha, you are the giver, you are the taker. You give whatever you wish you take away whenever you wish, be ethical hide in your hand is all good. And hide is that which is good in Allah's hand is that which is good. What does it mean? That it's only with him? It's not with anyone else. It could also have been said, that allow you to be a dick, good is in your hand, but by saying be ethical height, it specifies that height is only in your hand. When the ad comes first, what does it show specification, that it's only with you, no one else be ethical high? And what does it mean by high credit can be understood as hell, it can be

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understood as different types of good wealth, prestige, honor, glory.

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So be at the conclusion, you are the source of all good in the Karla condition in karate, indeed, your overall things competent. So whatever that we have, it is from who it is from the last panel, because he gives to whoever he wills, He takes away from whoever he wills, we don't insult them. Now, if 53 women become we never met in feminine law, and whatever you have a favor. It is from who from a law, all good is in the hands of Allah. Now over here, it has been said via the can hi in your hand is all right now doesn't mean that Chad is also in his hand.

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Obviously that's understood, that crave comes from Allah and shall also comes from who, meaning it's whose decision allows decision. It comes by whose will whose decree alone

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But remember that evil is not directly attributed to a loss of parameter over here be ethical hate has been mentioned and shot has not been mentioned. Why? Because it is disrespect to ascribe evil to attribute evil to a loss penalty. Also, because there is nothing that is purely evil, there's no inherent evil, all things that Allah has created, they have a height aspect, and they also have a child aspect. For example, money, you can use it to give further to gain reward, and a person could also use this money to earn river, there is good aspect. And there is also even aspect. Similarly, if you look at different animals, for example, the snake there is shouting it out that it bites. But

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at the same time, that ability of the snake that it can bite is a means have played for who, for the snake, it's a means of protection for the snake.

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So there is nothing that is evil in and of itself. There is no inherent evil, but everything that Allah has created, it has a good aspect, and it has a bad aspect as well. And this is for a test for us that what do we do? Do we use the hype? Or do we go after the show via decal hype in the color coalition in Cadiz, indeed, you are over all things competent. Now over here is an Villa I mentioned. Remember that there are some things if a person does they bring is that they are a source of honor free. They bring dignity to him.

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And out of all those things that could bring honor to a person? What is the most important one? Or what is it that's at the forefront? It's even belief in Allah correct belief. Correct belief is what brings us to a person now it doesn't mean that a person should only become a believer, or it should only increase in Eman in his Deen in his armor, so that he can gain the reserve people know that will be incorrect. When a person is sincere, then automatically Allah gives him

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as we learned from unethical I ate when he left here is that when he was really well meaning and to Allah belongs all honor, and to his messenger and to the believers. So if there is a person who has everything of this world, who has leadership, who has money, who have he has a lot of beauty, a lot of authority, but if he does not have a man, that he does not have, he may have reserved the sight of people, but he does not have any reserve in the sight of a lot which is why despite whatever he has, he will be thrown where

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because he does not deserve any respect. Why? Because he does not have he man. He man is what brings respect to a person. And on the other hand, there could be a person who doesn't have much of the dunya but because he has a man, he has a son, for example, Bilal

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Who was he? He was a slave.

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Imagine, but the profits are seldom heard his footsteps were in gentlemen. Why? Because of his email.

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He was made them a thing he used to give the Adhan, despite the fact that he used to be a slave before, despite the fact that there were other people who are more wealthier than him. In their lineage. They were better than him and their looks probably they were better than him. But he was made them what I think this is there is that Allah subhanaw taala gives to a person who has a mind.

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It is a man that brings result to a person and many times we abandon email, we abandon our Deen to gain to gain glory to gain fame. But it's actually quite the opposite.

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On the other hand, there are some things which if a person does they bring him humiliation, they bring him disgrace, for instance, of disbelief.

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Also, one more thing that brings humiliation to a person is rich, to be in love with oneself, to be impressed by oneself. That I am so great, I am the best This is

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originates from IMG, but what does it mean to be amazed? So when a person is amazed and impressed by himself that look, I'm so righteous and so pious. I do so much I work so hard. I recite so well. I'm so hard working I come every day. This is what it is to be in love with oneself. This brings humiliation to a person. The prophets are a lot of them said no believer should humiliate himself when he was asked how would a person humiliate himself? He said, by exposing himself to risks with which you cannot go for example, a person does something that he's not able to do, but he does it why to impress people.

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And he doesn't do it or he's not able to do it. And as a result, what does he do? He humiliates himself. For example, there is an action. There is some work that has to be done. Nobody comes forward

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And you go forward thing, if I do it, everybody will be impressed. And then the person is not able to do it. And as a result, what does he do? He brings humiliation upon himself. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, No one should humiliate himself.

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If a person wants to honor what should you do? Leave the

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father daddy.

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Obey Allah. Come closer to Allah. That is what brings honor to a person called illa homiletical milk total welcome into Sha one zero and welcome Amanda. What resume and Tasha what are the lumen Tasha via decal hide. In Nicola condition encoded indeed you are able over everything.

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And we see especially in the context in which this ayah was revealed. That the Bani Israel they did not accept. Why? Because they thought if we accept, we're going to lose our dunia we're going to lose our is our milk.

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But if a person obeys a life a person believes it is only then that he gets his and milk.

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It is also sad that this was revealed at the Vaclav trench, the Battle of Honda. What happened at that time,

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the Muslims had to dig the trench.

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And when they were digging the trench, there was one huge rock one huge boulder

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that has a habit of companions, they could not break, they could not remove. And it was preventing them from proceeding further in there, digging the trench.

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So they called the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and he came and he struck the rock, he struck the boulder and what happened, a very bright light, shining light came out of that rock and the Prophet Solomon was shown the victory of Rome. And then what happened was that he struck another time when he was shown that he was victorious over Persia as well.

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So when the hypocrites under your hood when they heard about this and said, Look at these people, they can barely save themselves. They're suffering from the cold, the enemy is standing right in front of them, and they're dreaming of being victorious over Persian Rome.

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So then this it was revealed, that it is a law who

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is not in your hands, monk is not in your hands. mulk is in the hands of Allah, you do your best, and Allah will give you and it happened. The Muslims, they conquered Rome, and they also conquered Persia. What there is human pressure, what do they

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do nature lay left in the house? You cause the night to enter the day do they do is from the newsletter as well Angie, one ledger, which is to make something enter into a tight and narrow place to penetrate.

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So to lead you, Laila fitna, how you make the night, enter into what enter into the day? What does it mean by this, that when it comes time for the day to begin, the night is not switched off, and the day is not turned on. But what happens, the process of the night, departing is gradual, and the process of the day coming is also gradual. As the night leaves, the day comes, so one enters, and the other leaves gradually,

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too little enough in the house has also been understood in another way that you make the night enter into the day, how that the night is entered into the time of the day so that the night becomes longer and the day becomes shorter.

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What do you need to know how often late and you make the day enter into the night? What does it mean by that? That you make the day enter and the night leave? Similarly, you make the length of the day increase and the length of the night decrease. To lead you live in the house. What do you need to know how to filet Why is this mentioned right after?

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there is a mentorship what illumine Tasha, tell Malcolm and Tasha. Basically what we learn is nothing in this dunya is permanent. mulk is not permanent. If a person has milk today, he could lose it tomorrow. If a person does not have milk today, he could have it tomorrow. If a person has is that today, it could be taken away from him tomorrow. If a person has the law today of law could replace it with ERISA tomorrow, because night is not permanent. Day is not permanent. The night comes the day leaves, the day comes the night leaves, the night increases, the day decreases, the day increases and the night decreases. Nothing in this dunya is permanent. So we see that night is

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not permanent, and therefore loss is alternate permanent. Days of glory and days of humiliation in this dunya are not forever. They keep changing today.

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One person has risen. Tomorrow, he will have dinner. Today, one person has Villa, tomorrow he will have risen.

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And we learn that this is exactly what happened. Muslims suffered so much in Makkah for 13 years, they suffered from them with no milk. And what happened?

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Allah took away the milk from, from the people of Mecca, and the Muslims, they had reserved, they had milk in Medina, and eventually they conquered Makkah as well to Islam and to share with you the lumen Tisha to literally live in the heart, what religion out of LA. So, a person should never become hopeless, or a person should never become too proud, like I'm in the middle of the day that is so nice and right, there is eventually going to come to an end. So do something before the day ends, the milk that Allah has given you do something good with it before you lose it before your days. And similarly, if you're suffering from something today, the suffering is not forever, it's

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possible it will turn tomorrow. So in every state, in every situation, what should a person remember, that he must have made Allah, he must do that which Allah is pleased with what digital high human made, and you bring out the living from the dead,

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a lot brings out something that is alive from something that is dead, from something that is living from something that is nonliving, what will make it a minute high, and you bring out that which is dead from that which is alive? What are the common Tasha, the lady herself, and you provide for whomsoever you will, without any, without any account?

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What does it mean by this, that you bring the living out of the dead, and you bring the dead out of the living? What does it show the power of a loss of data.

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First of all, it has been said with regards to this, that some scholars have said that you take out the living from the dead, that a living human being

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a living creation is created from what from a notebook that is dead, from a cell that on its own cannot do anything, for example, a chicken comes out of an egg, and the egg comes out of a chicken.

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So, something alive comes out of something that is dead, and something dead comes out of that which is alive. Similarly, there is a human being who is alive, there is a woman who is alive and she gives birth to a child that is dead, stillborn.

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So, everything is in the hands of Allah.

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Secondly, it has been said that what this means is that you bring out the seed from the plant, the seed is what something that is that and what is alive the plant. So you take out the seed from the plant, and on the other hand, you take out the plant from the seed as well, something alive from something that is dead, something that moves from something that does not move, something that grows from something that does not grow.

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Similarly, the dead from its seed, and the seed from the date, one stone, one date stone, what is taken out of it a whole tree

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and from the fruit that you eat the depth that you need, what comes out from the middle, I see that you can eat a seed that is dead.

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So, you take out the living from the dead and dead from the living, because all power belongs to who belongs to a loss of panel data. This part of the eye has been understood in another way as well. And that is the to take out a believer from who, from darkness from a disbeliever

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that there are parents who are disbelieving, but they have a child who is a believer, or there is a person who was a disbeliever. And now he becomes a believer. And on the contrary, it's possible. The variants are believing and the child is disbelieving because it's both ways you take out the living from the dead and the dead from the living. So who is alive? The one who has learned

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so knowledge, Eman is life and ignorance and comfort. What are the deaths?

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As we learned the answer to an arm, a woman can animate and for now who was there another who neuron emcpe evenness and is one who was dead, someone who was dead and we gave him life how that he did not have any event and we gave him a man and made for him like by which to walk among the people. So Eman is like life and cover is that.

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So what does the law say over here that say that we're talking digital Hey Amazon made that up.

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out the living from the dead and water frigid terminal hi and you bring out the dead from the living waters. There is a quote from risk that you give risk to whoever you will how the lady herself What does it mean by this lady has a, this is understood as without any limit without any calculation that you don't calculate when you give. Sometimes when we're giving, we calculate okay I've given these many dollars and these many cents I gave these many packets of chips and these many packets of chocolate we calculate.

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But Allah gives without calculation meaning he gives generously.

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So what it means by the lady herself is that he gives generously.

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And also it has been said that the lady has said means that you give without taking any hisab meaning you give without taking any herself meaning for free. Many times when we're given something by people, they want some hisab Okay, what did you do with it? But when Allah gives, he gives it to us for free, there is no bill that comes that you also have to pay this much this much for this favor. Know what those documents share will serve you provide whomsoever you will, without any hazard. So what does it show

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the true power to mark to authority, it belongs to, to Allah subhanaw taala. Therefore, if a person wants it, he should seek it from who from Allah, how? By obeying Him, by doing that, with which he is pleased and if a person disobeys Allah thinking that he will get his thinking that he will make more money. In fact, he is going farther away from his school.

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If you want something, you will go to the one who has it not away from the one who has it. Allah is the Malik of milk. He is the one who has complete power and authority. If you want a little bit of milk, who will you go to? The one who has milk go to Allah, run to him, not away from him. Obey Him don't disobey him, sir, to honor his

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recitation.

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Naka Allah

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for the toli.

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Me, Rachel. Hi,

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Rachel.

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Tasha.

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If we want, as Muslims, if we want more as Muslims, and what do we have to do? We have to change our actions, we have to do that with which Allah will be pleased because it's tourism man, Tasha, we have to be worthy of his chat. If we're not worthy of his shot, why would he give it to us.

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And when a woman is alive, and she's pregnant, then she gives birth to our child and the child is alive. But sometimes the woman has died, but the child that comes out is still alive, is still alive. Because if the child has given birth to or is taken out immediately if the child is still alive, so the woman has died, the mother has died completely. But the alive child living child is taken out to the mother.

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Something that seems completely impossible. In whose hand is it? A No surprise.

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And sometimes if somebody has some milk, some ownership, some possession, something that we wish we would have some authority, some leadership that we wish we would have, what happens we become jealous, and we forget that it's the decision of Allah. He is the magic of work and he can give it to him wherever he was, what was the problem with the money?

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Jealousy, why not us? Why then. So accepting the fact that other people have been given work, that is also accepting the decision of Allah