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Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 04 – L047B

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Al-Imran 92-109 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 92-95

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live below him in the shade line over there have over him

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just for lesson number 47 solo ad here in Bonn i a 92 to 109

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lantana will be over,

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never will you attain the good reward had to in vehicle mimic a boon

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until you spend in the way of Allah from that which you love.

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Why not and feel calm and shy in and whatever you spend for in the lobby here I leave Indeed Allah is Knowing of it.

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Lenten arrow lira, you are never, ever going to reach by it. You will never become righteous. You can never prove your righteousness. You can never attain the reward of righteousness. Until when had that done fecal matter a boon until you spend not to spend anything, but you spent that which you love.

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When you spend that which you love, you prove your image and then you attain goodness and then you receive the reward for righteousness. Lenten Adam tenerlo is from the roof letters noon Yeah, learn from the word nail

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and nail is to reach or to attain something. So lengthen Allah, meaning never can you attain never Can you reach, never can you find what and this

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the word bit as you know, it means righteousness, goodness, it is used for a good deed.

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And basically the word bear is from the root letters bear or raw. And the word Bob is also from the same root

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is used for land which is the opposite of that.

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bat is the sea, the ocean and bow is land.

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And land has many types of animals, many types of soils, many types of surfaces, many types of plants. So basically, it gives the meaning of spaciousness, vastness as well as variety, variation.

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So before righteousness, when is the person righteous, when he only does one good deed, when he only does a good deed once no

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righteousness is that a person does different different types of good deeds, not just once, but again and again.

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vastness as well as variation, that is what it is righteousness.

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And the word bill is also used for a hierarchy.

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It is used for abundant good

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and the word bid is also used for a good deed. That is not ordinary meaning it is used for a big good deed, a great good deed, a major good deed.

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So lengthen arrow below, you can never attain unbid, what does it mean by this you can never attain and this

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and better over here has been understood as first of all gender, paradise. Why? Because Indian people Yeti irreligion because indeed righteousness, where does it lead to paradise? What is the purpose? What is the reason behind being righteous behind being obedient to Allah, why, so that a person can attain the good reward that Allah has in store for the righteous servant. So lentinan will below what it means is that you can never attain gender, meaning you can never reach gender.

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Others have said that a bit over here means good deed, which could be any good deed whether it is bar obedience, or taco, God consciousness, the fear of a loss of data. So nothing ever, you can never attain the reward of bear and you can never truly obey. You can never be truly obedient to our most primal.

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You can never prove your righteousness had that and physical until you spend minmatar hipbone of that which you love.

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So over here a condition has been placed. A condition has been set.

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For what for righteousness, when does a person become righteous? When does a person reach the level of bear when does

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The person get the reward a bit when he spends that, which he loves, and don't feel cool until you spend, don't recall, what does I mean by this you spend spend on who spend on what

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spend on who and spend on what,

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in obedience to a muscle.

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And remember, spending in obedience to Allah subhanaw taala includes spending on family, spending on relatives, spending on the needy on the traveling, spending in the way of Allah, all of that is included in it.

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So, have that article until you spend, but what should you spend just anything No matter hibou

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men over here can be understood in two ways.

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First of all, men can give the meaning of W W. From the word bout, what is about me

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about some, so February some. So, mentally, it really gives the meaning of some of that which not all of it, but some of it, part of it, not everything, but some of it part of it. So MyMathLab a boon What does it mean that you spend some of that which you love? Not all of it, but some of that which

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others have said that mean over here is banya, what does that mean by Bayani? That it is explanatory? So, what it means is all of that which you know,

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then what does it mean? Should we spend some of that which we love or should we spend all of that which we learn

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in different situations, in different times, you will spend either some or you will spend all

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whatever the situation demands from you, you will spend that in order to reach the level of Bish

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like Abu Bakar or dinar and who at the time of was worth the book, what did he do? He brought everything

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and when he was asked what have you left behind for your family, he said align His Messenger are enough.

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So he brought everything

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are modeled on who brought half of it. So, whatever you spend, depending on the need depending on the situation as long as it is that which you love, then you will attain this. And notice men, men, men, men over here means whatever that which, because there are many things that we love, isn't it? There are many many things that people love, matter hipbone that which you love.

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But the condition that has been said over here is that you have to spend that which you love.

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Not that what you like, but that which you love.

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We own many things, we possess many things. Some things we're okay with some things we like, some things we love. But what's the condition over here? matter hipbone that what you love.

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And when a person spends that which he loves, it is more difficult for him.

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Correct?

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It's easy for us to give that which is extra to give that which we don't need to give that which we don't like. But when we spend that which we love, then what does that prove? It proves the truthfulness, the sincerity of the mind of the person which is why when he spends that which he loves, what happens he reaches bear, he reaches the level of righteousness or he gets the reward for this. But what's the condition that you have to spend matter hipbone that which you love?

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People love many, many things. Some people love money, other people love their time. Other people love gold. Some people love their Facebook, some people love their clothes, some people love their car. Sometimes there is something monetary and sometimes it is not something monetary.

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There are different different things that a person loves.

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What's the condition that has been put over here? That it has to be that which humor

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but generally, generally if you look at it, what is it that people love most across different cultures across different ages? What is it that people love?

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Money? Well, it's a little fragile Ayah 20 Allah subhanaw taala says what you hate Boone and malherbe Benjamin Gemma and you love wealth with immense love have been Gemma immensely.

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similarity, intuitive idea. I ate we learn what in know who they have been Heidi lasher de and indeed he being the human being in love of wealth is intense. In the human being is very intense in his love for wealth.

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Early in sort of earlier on we learned zucchini naseeha Boucher, Mina Nyssa

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Well, Benny Weill Cornell pleaded muqaam for

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not just a little bit of gold and silver, but find out plead and look on parity minute the heavy one.

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And what hide hide is also money, which train Heil masala when an arm will house all of these things are different types of money, assets. So people generally love money.

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And that is what has been said over here that you cannot attain that you cannot attain the reward for bit until and unless you spend that which you love. And what is it that people love most, their money, the things that they own,

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will not feel commentary, and whatever you spend of anything, meaning, anything that you spend in the way of Allah in obedience to Allah, whether it is something that you love, or something that you don't know,

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whether it is something very liberal, or something that is a lot in its quantity,

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whether it is something very precious and valuable, or it is not something precious or valuable. Anything that you spend one atom, Philco min chain, chain is Nikita anything at all, whether you love it, or you don't love it, whether it's a lot, or it's a little bit, whether it's very precious, very valuable or not. Anything that you spend for in the lobby, here it Indeed Allah is Knowing of it.

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Allah knows about what you've spent. And if Allah knows about it, he's not going to let it go waste, he is going to give you the reward for your spending, depending on how much struggle you've gone through in spending.

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Because the more a person loves something, the more difficult it is for him to spend

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an hour a learner's not just what we have spent, but the struggle that we have gone through in spending what we have spent in giving away what we have given away.

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So far in the law, here our leave Allah is Knowing of it, what does it mean by this, that he will reward you accordingly.

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Over here, we see that we are being encouraged to spend of that which we love. But it is preferable to spend that which a person likes that which a person loves. But sometimes a person also spends of that which he doesn't know that much.

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Something that a person doesn't like that much. It's not useful for him. So he says, Why should I keep it let me give it to somebody else who likes it more. Now doesn't mean that a person should not spend that which he does not like know, the first part of the ayah tells us that we should spend that which we love. The second part of the IRA tells us even if you don't love it, and you spend it in the way of Allah with sincerity, then you will get rewarded for it for in the law behind it. And this encouragement to spend that which we love, in order to attain bear. This is not something that was only for the Sahaba

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This is not something that was only for the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but it also applies to us. We are also encouraged to spend in the way of Allah, that which we love most.

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Why is it that we cannot attain bid until we spend that which we love? Why is there a connection between reaching bid or attaining reward and spending that which we love?

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Because we have to love Allah more than anything.

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Our Eman is complete, only when we love a lot more than anyone and anything else. We learned until little Dakota, Valentina Amano, a shudder Bonilla, those people who believe they are intense in their life.

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And when a person claims that he loves something, or that he loves someone, he has to prove his love, isn't it. You have to prove your love to a person to human being. Do a mission. do some work, do some hobby, you prove your love? And how do you prove your love by spending by sacrificing that which you love for the one that you love more?

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So every person claims that he has love for Allah, or that he loves Allah Most. And what does he have to do? He has to show that love, he has to prove that love how by giving up that which he loves for his sake. That a love for Allah is more than the love for other things. The love for Allah is much more than the love for other things. Which is why it is not difficult for him to give up other things for the sake of Allah. To the extent that even if a person has to give up his life, he is willing. He is willing to do so.

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For instance, if you love something if you love cooking if you love how

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What are you going to do?

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People love to have a house, people love to own their house, people love to own a car, what will they do, they will work double shifts, sometimes they will even compromise on the deed, they will spend all of their life savings on what, and getting a house and getting a car and getting a nice goal set. Why? Because they love that thing more than they love their money.

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And when they spend their money, it proves that they love that there is actually love. And it's not just lip service. It's not just superficial, it's actually love from the heart.

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Remember, whenever a person spends his money upon something, it shows that the person loves that particular thing.

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So if a person is willingly giving up a few $100, or a few $1,000, just to get a particular, you know, a bag or a book or something like that, what does it show that he loves that bag, he loves that book, he will pay any price, which is why when people when they're very sick, or when their life is in danger, what do they do? They will give up all of their life savings all of their money.

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So love, demands, sacrifice, and love needs to be proven.

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And how do you prove your love? How do you prove the sincerity of your love, by giving up that which you love.

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And the stronger the love is for what a person spends, the more reward he gets for spending.

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For instance, a woman loves her particular bank or loves her money, the mother that her husband gave it.

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Or the gold said that her husband, for example, the more love you have for something. And if you spend that in the way of Allah, even if it's very different as quantity, even if it's very less than its value, but because you love it, therefore their award will be more for spending.

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So at the end of the day, again, it's not the quantity.

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It's the quality, what is it that you're giving? With what heart? With what feeling? With what intention? With what desire? Who is it that you love more? Is it something of this dunya or is it of lust.

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And it's not always necessary that a person loves money, or gold,

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it's possible that a person loves something else.

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It's something that is not monetary, it's something that is not necessarily tangible. And when a person gives that up for the sake of Allah, then he attains reward, then he attains bit.

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Because if you look at it, many times, there is a conflict in love. One thing that you love is pulling you towards it. Another thing that you love is pulling you towards it. So you're being pulled from different directions. Correct. And then you don't know who to listen to, who to follow.

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For instance, sometimes some men they have an issue between their wives and their mothers, their mother is pulling them towards one direction and the wife is pulling them towards another direction.

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So there is love on both sides. So sometimes love creates conflict for us. And the more love we have, you know for one thing, the more inclined we will be towards.

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So for instance, if the man has more love for his mother, he will listen to his mother more. If he has more love for his wife, he will listen to his wife more. Wherever the love is, that is where a person is going to go.

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So we have to sacrifice that which we love for the sake of Allah Why? So that we can be more obedient to Allah, because sometimes it is the love of these things that take us away from Allah that occupies us so much, that we don't have time to availa we don't have time to do this. We don't have time to increase in our obedience, because a lot of these things they occupy us, they make us busy.

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So Nathan Annabella had that on fecal matter hibou

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we say that when the Sahaba when they heard this ayah when they learned to this verse of the Quran, each and every one of them acted upon it, according to their capacity. For instance, we learnt about and I mentioned his story to you earlier as well intro to Docker,

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and Esteban Malik, he said that I will call her had more property than any other among the unsolved in Medina.

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He had the most property in Medina.

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And the most beloved of his property to him was his garden, which garden bingo hall.

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And this garden was in front of the messengers that allow her to send messages. So the location was ideal.

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Where was it?

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In front of the machine

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sometimes the profits are allowed a certain user to go to the garden and drink it's fresh water to the profits that allows them would actually visit that garden, he would go in, enjoy himself over there.

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So when this I was revealed a bottle has said, All as messenger, Allah says Lenten will be

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a boon. No doubt, the beta herb garden is the most beloved of all my property to me, the VEDA garden is the most beloved of all my property to me, why was it most beloved to him? Because it was valuable. Similarly, the location, it was close to the masjid. Similarly, there was water in it, the profits are also used to visit it.

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So a person doesn't just love something only because of its value. There could be different reasons as to why a person has more love for something.

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So he said that this garden is the most beloved property of mine to me. I want to give it in charity in Allah skies, and I expect its reward and compensation from Allah.

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The most valuable thing to him the most beloved property that he had, that he owned, he gave it for the sake of Allah. Why? Because you can never attain bear until you give up that which you love for the sake of Allah.

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And he said that all as messengers spend it where alone makes you think is feasible, meaning splendid, wherever you find is best.

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And that the profits are loaded and said, well done. It is profitable property, it is profitable property.

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I have heard what you have said, and I think it would be better it would be proper, if you gave it to your kith and kin.

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He said it would be better if you give it to, to your relatives. When we think of spending in the way of Allah we think of building a Masjid.

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What is the acid lanterra Bella hazzan fecal matter hipbones ohata to use spend meaning you give away you give away Who are you giving it to?

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Were in obedience to Allah.

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And as we have done it sort of Bukhara, it can go to validate it can go to a Caribbean it can go to the team, it can go to the travelers that can go to feasibility lab, different different places. Over here, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him that you give it to your relatives, a hotel has said, I will do so all as messenger. And then he distributed it among his relatives and cousins.

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Who would do this.

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Who would do such a thing,

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the most valuable property, the most beloved property, he's giving it away to his relatives, not the poor, the relatives, who will do this, the one who has left,

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the one whose love for Allah is more than the love of his property.

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The one whose love for Allah is more than the love for his property.

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And the person who has conviction, that what I am giving to Allah, what I am giving for the sake of Allah, Allah will return it to me. Allah will give it to me. Because when you spend Something in the way of Allah, what are you doing? Actually, you're depositing it for yourself in the Sahara.

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We don't have to live in irmo, either our Devo who shave O'Malley, the South Dakota, he, whenever he likes something from his well, whenever he started liking something from his possessions, he would give it away in charity. He would give it away in charity. Why? Why do you think so?

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So that he can have it in the afternoon?

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When we love something, but do we do? We keep it in the lockbox? We go put it in the locker.

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We don't use it ourselves. Think about it. Sometimes people have a lot of gold jewelry, they will not wear it. They will keep it in the locker. And only when there is a wedding, they will go bring that gold set, they will wear it for a few hours complain about their ears hurting. And that Gold's had been very heavy. And sometimes it's not even visible. People don't even notice it.

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And how many times do people actually get to wear it?

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A few times, twice a year, once a year. And I bet you even if you're something fake, people won't be able to tell. Many people can tell, especially with the lighting these days. So when we love something, we hide it. We store it. We deprive ourselves from using it. And eventually it goes to our relatives anyway.

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It goes to our heirs anyway.

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So we deprive ourselves from using it and eventually it goes away to the people whom we were saving it from

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But what was the we have those I have the person whose focus is the Acura, when he loves something, he stores it for his outfit, or the library or what when he loves something of his, he would give it away so that he would get it in the Acura, he would get it back in the hereafter. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Who among you considers the wealth of his heirs dear to him than his own wealth,

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who likes the wealth of his relatives, the wealth of his heirs, more than his own wealth, they replied, Well as messenger, there is none among us, but loves his own wealth, more meaning all of us love our own things more, we don't love the things of our relatives, which is why we take care of our things more and better. And when we have to deal with things of other people, we don't really take care of them as much.

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For instance, if you have a nice sofa in your house, a very expensive one, you will take very good care of it. And when you go to your relatives, when you go to your friends, the same sofa, you don't care about if there's food falling on it, or how you're sitting on it, or we don't do that. Why, because we love our things more.

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So there's a habitat that has messenger, there is none among us, but loves his own wealth more. The prophets are allowed, as Adam said, so his wealth is whatever he spends in lsv, during his life, while the wealth of his heirs is whatever he leaves after his death.

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The wealth that actually belongs to you is which one, the one that you have deposited for the zero, and the one that you save, the one that you keep in this dunya, it does not remain with you, it goes to your heirs.

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So this means that if we become stingy about what we love, and if we don't spend it, then indeed, we're going to leave it so or indeed that thing is going to leave us very soon, it's going to become someone else's anyway. But if we give it away ourselves, if we give it away, ourselves in this dunya, then we're actually depositing it for a film. We're actually, you know, making it eternal for ourselves.

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In this dunya, we keep our things we save our things, we keep them safe and secure. Why? So that we can have them for longer.

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We get guarantees, and you know, so many things that we can have these things for longer. But the fact is that when a person spends that thing in the way of Allah, then he will have that thing for longer, he will have that thing for eternity.

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We also learn about other companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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for instance, of the lovin aroma. We learned that when he read this ayah, he said, I don't find anything more beloved to me, than my so and so. slave woman.

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She was the most beloved property that he owned. And what did he do? He freed her for the sake of Allah.

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And then he used to say that if it was permissible, that you could take back what you had given, I will take her back. This is how much he loved her.

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Her busha milanesa the love Shahar first his woman, he loved that slave woman. And he used to say that if it was allowed, if it was permissible, I would take her back. But because it's not permissible, that's why I'm not going to take her back. So at the end of the day, what is it that Allah subhanaw taala loves most what solidifies it that he loves most? Not the one that is most valuable in its price tag, but rather, the one that is most beloved to us. Because when we give up that which is most beloved to us, then we're saying that Oh Allah, I love you more than this thing. I love you more than this worldly thing. I love you more than this money. I love you more than this

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gold. I love you more than this house. And this is with regards to South Africa. And sometimes it also happens in the situation of obeying Allah subhanaw taala. Or refraining from disobeying a muscle.

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Many times we disobey Allah subhanaw taala. Why? Because we love what we do.

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We love what we're doing. Or we don't want to obey Allah. Why? Because we don't want to bark from that which we love. But if we give up something for the sake of Allah, no matter how much we love it, what does that show? That Oh Allah, I love you more than this action. I love you more than this house. I love you more than this money. I love you more than this laptop of mine. Then this friend of mine,

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and sometimes it's not just about spending, it's about giving it up. It's about giving it away.

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For instance, for some people, it is giving up hours and hours online so that they can spend more time with their Lord.

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Remembering the story of involuntary Milan, we learned that because we are so busy talking to other people, we don't have time to talk to all

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the Korean. So now what happened? He was not able to speak for three days. And what was he told? What could Rebecca, Katia were not able to do they could Why? Because we're busy talking to people all the time. Why? Because we love them, when we give them up for a LASIK. When we reduce from that side, only then we can spend more time obeying Allah, only then we can spend more time loving on them. Because remember, we only have one heart, no human being has been given two hearts. No human being has been given two hearts. Either we can have the love of other things. Or we can have the love of Allah. And we know that the one whom we love is the one whom we obey is the one who we

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follow is the one whom we spend more time with, is the one whom we think about.

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So either it is a loss of data or something else. And it doesn't mean that you have to leave everything. It doesn't mean that but what it means is that a lot of panel data should be given the highest priority, the most priority.

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That's listen to the recitation of the same

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army.

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If we look at Ebola human is what did he give up?

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his family, his country, he left his wife and his son in the middle of the desert. Why?

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to please Allah, to prove his love for Allah?

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is Allah horrible Aslam, Allah Islam.

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When can you submit to Allah, when you love a lot most when other things are not distracting you when other things are not occupying. Because either you can obey Allah, or you can obey something else, both cannot go together. Because many times there are conflicts. So either you can do this, or you can do that.

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The more love you will have for the one whom you love, the more you will obey them.

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Sometimes again, it's not just money that people love. Sometimes it's a person's children. Sometimes it's the love of your own house. But if you just spend all the time with your children, loving your children, watching your children, feeding your children, cleaning your house, that's important. I'm not saying don't do that, okay, never misunderstand me. But what I'm saying is if you spend all of your time only doing that, then obviously you will not have time to serve the deen of Allah to learn the deen of Allah. But if you spend MyMathLab, a boon, a little bit, some of it, then what's going to happen, then you will be able to do with, then you will be able to obey Allah, then you will be

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able to do different different types of good deeds. But if you're lost in your love for a human being, if you're lost in your love for your house, in the love of your computer, in the love of your Facebook, what's going to happen

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all day, all night. That's what you're going to think about. Not about

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not about doing good deeds.

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In the previous verses, we learned that if a person in the year afterward to offer the earth full of gold, in order to ransom himself, it's not going to be acceptable.

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He will not be freed. But in this dunya people are going to give a little bit even that's going to benefit you in the anger is not going to benefit you.

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Sometimes it's a person sleep that he loves. You know how when the alarm is going on, you're thinking I love my bed.

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It's so nice and warm, it's so comfortable. But at the same time, during the day you say I love Allah.

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So prove your love at that time by giving up that which you love for the love of Allah for the sake of Allah. And when you do that, then you will attain bear then you will be able to do that which is righteous that which is very good. Then you will be able to pray. And if you keep delaying, then okay we will get time only to pray to Raka and know that no sin so you will be deprived of this. And when you give up that which you love, then you get the To field to do this.

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People always think about you know people who are very smart when it comes to spending when it comes to managing money.

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When it comes to dealing with their business when it comes to investing their money, but we learned this letter from Norma, and he was indeed very smart when it came to spending money, that anything that he loved anything that he liked, he would spend it in the way of a loss that he would have it forever.

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Similarly, the wife of Iran, Maria Marie Sam's mother, we don't know of the wealth that she own. But the most precious thing to her mother is what? Her child

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and especially when the government is expecting the child, because all the time she's thinking about the child, he's wondering, you know, is there going to be a boy or a girl who's going to do this? Or is it going to do that, I wonder.

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So, the most precious thing to her was the most precious possession was her child, and she dedicated her child for the sake of Allah. And because of that, look at the bit that the entire family was chosen, the entire al was chosen.

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So when a person spends that for the sake of Allah, something that he loves, then what happens, he attains bear, meaning he gets the ability, he gets the opportunity to obey Allah, to do bid to do different different types of good deeds. And then he also gets the reward for bid.

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Because it shows to us that we have to maintain balance in what in looking at how much time, how much effort, how much money we are spending for the sake of Allah, and how much we are spending on other things. Many times we focus on just cooking and cleaning and doing my homework and going here and going there. And my weekends are only for having fun not studying. And we don't consider the time that we're actually spending for the sake of Allah.

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Similarly, with all of the social media, you have your phone, you check this, you go home, you turn the computer on, you check another thing, you follow another person, you find another person you post here, you pause there, and then you think about what that person said and what that person said. Even if you're praying, what are you thinking about?

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Even when you're reading Quran, what are you thinking about? Even in your classroom? What are you thinking about?

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What are you thinking about? Other people? What to post what to say what they said, What was their comment.

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So when we love these things, so much what happens? They occupy us, they indulge us, we are so engrossed in them that we don't have time left for the unabomber.

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Even when we're praying, we're not praying with our heart. Even when we do come on, we're not reading with our heart.

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So again, it's the matter of hope. It's the matter of love. Wherever your love is, that is where you will go. We found ourselves thinking that it's very important, it's necessary, if it's something good if it's something beneficial, okay. But even then, within limits, within limits.

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You know, sometimes some people, if they watch a movie, that movie rolls in their head for weeks and weeks and weeks. Hmm. Why? Because something that you spent two hours with, it's now going to leave you for a while. And even when you're praying, that's what you're thinking about. Again, it's the matter of hope. If it's more love for Allah, and you know that this movie is going to distract me for the next 50 prayers of mine, I'm going to stay away from it.

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It's the matter of hope. Whatever you love more, that is where you're going to go towards. That is what you're going to strive towards. So if you love Allah, give up that which you love, to prove your love for Allah.

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Sometimes, for some people, what they love is their comfort zone, what they're comfortable with what they're satisfied with. And they have to give that up in order to do bit in order to do different types of good deeds. Because as long as you remain in the box and your choices, your opportunities are limited, the moment you step out, then the doors open for you.

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So here we also learn that if you want to do bid, if you want to increase in your obedience to Allah, if you want to do something and you find yourself not being able to do so, what is that, alas teaching us over here. Spend that which you love, then you will reach it. Maybe it's the love of something that is stopping you.

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And we see that this However, they did Amal upon this I immediately. Especially I will tell her, what did you do? Immediately he said, this is the best garden This is the most precious garden. This is the garden that I love most. And he gave it up for the sake of Allah. So we also have to see what is it that I love most? Think about it.

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Think about it, everybody.

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Think about what you love most and think about how

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You can spend it for the sake of Allah.

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Sometimes it's the love of these things. And sometimes it's a fine sometimes just other people who stop us from spending that which we love for the sake of Allah.

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We see that those people who love Allah, don't delay.

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Don't delay doing something that would please Allah.

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So over here, we learn a very beautiful thing that if you want to prove your love to Allah, if you want to reach better, then spend that which you love. And don't delay doing Allah.

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If you look at it in Under Armour, even in letters, what's the difference? The who are not different, only the arrangement is different.

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Or even Ireland or even Ireland do it right away. Don't delay as soon as you learn do it because if you don't then it becomes a burden

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boo

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all foods

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lawful to the children of Israel you

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could look down upon this from the root it was thought I mean, and time is made up from that which is edible that which is eaten that which is consumed and it includes a meaning it includes solids and it also includes shallow drink, okay. Darren is food whether it is in solid form or liquid form. However, when the time comes with the word shut out,

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when the time comes with Chara, then Tom refers to solid and charred refers to liquid

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or the interest of Dakota we learned one millimeter ambu for inhumanly whoever does not yet ambuja Darren who watch the water, so cola farm all the food, whether it was something solid or something liquid can live in Israel, it was permissible it was lawful for Bani Israel meaning for their consumption for eating.

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What does it mean by time all food?

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All food has been understood in two ways. First one It has been said that means anything that is edible, whether it is of the Nevada meaning whether it is a plant, or it is of the haiwan or it is an animal, anything that people could eat. It was permissible for the Bani Israel at the beginning.

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Like for instance, for us, certain animals are not permissible even if there is a cow or a goat. And if it hasn't been started correctly, we can't eat it. Right. Similarly, if a particular fruit has been turned into alcohol, we can't drink that. But good luck Tommy can help eliminate all of the foods they were permissible for the bunny is right at the beginning. others that are no good No, Tom doesn't mean all foods, but what it means is all of those foods that are considered Hillel in the sharing of Warhammer Coronavirus.

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So basically, whatever that is permissible for us to eat today was also permissible for the Bani Israel to eat at the beginning, which includes What does it include plants, animals, right, as long as they have been slaughtered correctly, properly, certain animals that are not permissible.

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So koala pharmacann Hilary Bani Israel inlet except matter how long it is for you, except for that which is why eel had made unlawful Island FC upon himself. So everything was lawful for the bunny is for you, except for those foods, which is like he had made unlawful upon himself.

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Who is not you

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yakou bredeson remember that was a lock above your Cobra hustler, and he was given that title by a loss of Pendleton.

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So all of those are permissible except for those foods that Israel had made unlawful upon himself.

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Why had he made unlawful? What had he made unlawful? We don't know. We don't know exactly as to what he had made unlawful. But we learned from Israeli traditions. And remember with regards to the is far earlier that we don't confirm them as 100% accurate, nor do we deny them. But the Prophet said a lot of them said, well had the zoo, unbending Israel in that narrate from them, but rather, do not confirm, nor should you deny.

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So we learned from Israeli traditions that they are Hubertus annum. He had a particular in this. And he made a vow that if he was cured from that illness, he would give up his favorite food.

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Because Lenten Annabella had that info.

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And what was the food that he loved most?

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Some say that it was camel meat, and camel milk, camel meat, and camel milk. That's what he loves most.

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So he had made a vow that if he was cured of that illness, he would give up that food. So he made that food Halong upon himself, and it was his personal choice. It was his personal choice, and it was not necessary for the bunny is for you to follow him in that.

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However, because the oma does the etbr of the Prophet what happens? The people, they begin to follow the Prophet, which is why we learned that when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, made honey unlawful upon himself a loss of Paradise and Lima to Halima.

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Because other people in their love for the profit in their empty barrel of the profit, they would go on to making that which is a problem upon themselves.

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So there were some foods that Yaqoob restaurant had made unlawful upon himself because of a certain reason. And from the Israeli tradition, we learned this, however, we don't know if this is actually the case. But there were some foods that he had made unlawful upon himself.

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And why did he make those foods unlawful? I

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mean, obviously, from before, and to know that before the total was revealed,

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who was a total revealed upon

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musasa when much after your Cuba listener, remember your COVID Islam had 12 sons, one of them was use of our listener who ended up in Egypt. And then all of them including your Cobra, Sam came to Egypt and eventually, their descendants they were enslaved by federal, direct. And then Mossad Islam was sent to free the Bani Israel. And then once they were free, then what happened? A loss of power, they gave him the dollar. And what did the Torah contain? laws that don't contain laws for the B'nai Israel, including what was Hillel? And what was heroin?

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So yeah, COVID Hassan. Yes, he had made some foods unlawful upon himself. But it was not obligatory upon the Bani Israel to follow him in that.

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And even after that, what happened? musar SLM came, he brought the shed here. And from that Sharia, the people knew as to what was lawful and what was not.

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But the money is right at the time of the Prophet sort of a sudden, they came up to him. And they say that you say that you are the follower of Ibrahim,

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and you have COVID Hassan wasn't the creative liberal humanism as well. You say that you believe in all of the prophets, in the recent verses, what did we learn that say that we believe in Allah, and we believe in all of the prophets, whatever that was revealed in all of the prophets.

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So if you claim to be a believer of the prophets, if you claim to be one of the prophets, then how come your laws are different from the laws that the previous messengers brought,

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especially with regards to eating

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but Allah says over here that all of the foods were permissible, especially those foods that are permissible in the [???]tier hamato, dishonor

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and camel meat, camel milk, or other foods that are unlawful upon the Bani Israel. They were made unlawful later on. They were made unlawful later on. And the total came and what happened the Torah told the people the law, perfect to be Torah, say bring the Torah flew her and then recited in quantum science again, if you are truthful.

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We see that the Bani Israel objected to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that if you are on the religion of the prophets, then how can

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Your Sharia your law is different from their law.

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Remember, what we believe is that all of the prophets brought the same message. Correct. But the Sharia was different. What is the Sharia

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law? Right The laws, how to obey Allah. For instance, the way we pray Sunnah the people before us, they pray differently, the way we fast, the people before us they kept fasts differently. The laws of marriage are different for us, compared to the laws of marriage, at the beginning of the human beings at the time of either medicine and marriage between siblings was permissible. Why? Because there was hardly any population. Right? But later on, the law was changed. So they objected that how come if you say that you're on the same religion from the same creed, your law is different from the law of the previous messengers? How come?

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So basically, we see that the Bani Israel the hood, they denied the concept of NASA, what does this mean abrogation, they denied the concept of NASA. And they said that it's not possible that almost a penalty would abrogate a command that Allah subhanaw taala gives a command to one people, and then with the next messenger, he would change that command, he would change that law.

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Because for them naskh meant that if a loss of power is abrogating his law, then that means that he was unaware before.

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He was unaware before Allah was unaware before and later on when he realized when he learned or something, then he changed the law. Whereas the fact is, that there is hikma behind us.

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There is Hickman as we discussed earlier, intellectual bacala that people take time to change and the needs of different places, different times are different, and according to them, a loss of penalty gave loss to the people.

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So the bunny Einstein said that no, because you say that such and such as Heller or such and such as heroin, and it contradicts our Sharia, therefore, you're a liar, you're not a true prophet.

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And this is also the reason why they denied a solicitor.

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He started a salon when he came, why did he come? What did he say? When he oh hell Allah come Baba Lady huruma alaikum and to make lawful for you some of what was forbidden to you.

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So when I resigned, I said, I'm also brought NASA to the law. They denied him. They rejected him saying that no law is eternal. And this is also the reason as to why they denied the profits of Nevada center.

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But what does the law say? That kutamo can hinder Liberty Israel, all food was lawful for the Bani Israel. And only aku restaurant had made some food unlawful for himself. And the thorough was revealed afterwards, giving the comments. So if you look at it, there is an us in your tradition as well, in your own mind as well. At the beginning, you had a different law later on your Hubertus center, he made some foods unlawful upon himself he had a different law, then the Torah was revealed. And then you had a different law. So how can you say that if he started he said, I brought new law, he's a liar. Or if Mohammed said a lot of sudden brought a new law, he's a liar. No,

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they're not lying. The lie is from Allah. And because Allah knows you, He gives you different commands, depending on the situation and depending on the circumstances and times. So over here, the Bani Israel are being refuted.

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And they're told to be thorough, bring the Torah and recited yourself, bring the Torah and recited For what? For what purpose? To find the evidence, that camel meat and camel milk is forbidden upon you. Find the evidence from the Torah itself and you will not find it

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for to her recited for yourself, so that you are sure and see if what I'm saying is correct with regards to everything being permissible at the beginning. So but no hair in quantum soldering, if you're truthful, in your claim, that there is no pneus there is no abrogation, read your book, and you will know for yourself that there has been change in the law from the very beginning.

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Either medicine or a different law. Abraham is at a different law, jacobellis and a different law musasa different law. These are the same different law and therefore Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam also a different because times have changed.

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Times have changed. And with the change of time with the change of circumstances Allah subhanaw taala gave new law. But now today we cannot say that because it's been 1400 years times have changed. We will change the law. No, the Sharia that was given to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. The Quran is eternal. The Quran is the Kalam of Allah, and it is eternal. A loss of panatela himself has promised the president

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of the salon. So, it is eternal therefore, the line the client is also eternal

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family if Tara then whoever fabricated if the horizon the reflectors fell a lot yeah. And if the lot is to make up something, to invent something and generally it is to fabricate something meaning to make up something that is false, it is not to create something that is beneficial. It is not to write a good article No, it is to fabricate something which has no basis which is false. So, whoever fabricated at Alliant credit upon Allah delight which lie

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that Allah soprano Darla gave the same law at all times mimbar daedalic. After that, after what? After it has been established that in different times Allah gave different laws for that you can move on even then indeed it is such people who are the wrongdoers who those people who lie against

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those people who say that Allah subhanaw taala gave the same law at every time in all the generations to all of the profits for like Amazon, that such people are wrongdoers.

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Why the volume one because one is to play something where it doesn't belong.

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And if you're fabricating a lie against Allah, what is it? You're putting something in the Quran, you're putting something in the book of Allah and it doesn't actually belong there. You're ascribing something, you're associating something to Allah. And it's not actually his statement. It's not actually his word. So whoever does that, indeed, he is a wrongdoer.

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Also the cola say that Allah has spoken the truth with regards to what with regards to what

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with regards to the fact that could look army Can I help anybody?

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That all of the foods were permissible at the beginning for the Bani Israel you

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say that Allah has spoken the truth.

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Elsewhere in the islands with the Messiah 122, we learn woman has to commit Allahu Allah and who is more truthful than Allah in statement

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insalata Missa 87 we learn one of the common aloha diva, and who is more truthful than Allah, in statement. So if Allah is telling you something, it is the most accurate. If Allah is telling you this, then it is the most accurate, further bureau military letter, Ibrahim, then what should you do? follow the way of Ibrahim

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follow the way of Ibrahim, and this way, was the way on which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was. This was the way that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was also teaching, Fattah Viru, military Ibrahim,

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the things that we're highlighting the religion of Ibrahim alayhi salam, we're also Helen from Hamilton autism.

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So follow the creator of Ibrahim realism. What was his creed? Who was he? He was hanifa. One was focused on what?

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On what? On the commands of Allah. And if anything comes, he doesn't swerve. He doesn't bend towards that. One Mark and I mean and mushrikeen and he was not of those people who do shake

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instead of the natural Ayah 123 we learn somehow hanaa alayka an interviewer military Ibrahima hanifa. Womack and me then Michigan, then we reveal to you or Prophet sallallahu Sallam to follow the religion of Ibrahim inclining toward truth and he was not of those who are associated with Allah.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was commanded to follow the wave Ibrahim. And therefore the same applies to us as well.

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The same applies to us as well, we are also to follow the way we brought him, and what was the way we put on him or herself in the way of submission to Allah.

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That whatever my Rob says, I will do it. Even if it's against my wishes. Even if it's something that I don't like,

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for the money is fine. What was the problem? They wouldn't submit, they wouldn't accept Why? Because they disliked the commands of Allah. And every now and then they would come with different different objections. And this is one objection that they came up with that if you say you're in the religion of Ibrahim, then how come your Sharia is different from his Sharia? How come your Sharia is different from the Sharia of yaku bredeson. So they came up with different objections. Over here, we're told follow the way of Ibrahim the way of submission to Allah, the way of being Hanif the way of focusing on obedience to almost

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recitation.

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his or Ilana

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as part of the I have to bitter artifact, Lua and condoms are the thing. This gives us a very beautiful lesson that many times people argue about the deen people argue about their religion, they object to the religion they say many, many things which don't make any sense. And you try to answer them. You try to make them understand, but they don't get it. What should you do? Make them open the Quran, make them open the Quran, and make them read it.

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Make them read it. And then they will accept it. Because you can deny the word of a human being but how can you deny the word of Allah especially if you're a Muslim?

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You know, Muslims, this thing definitely is there that, you know, they love the Quran, they respect for it. And if it's from the Quran, people will accept it.

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I remember once this person that I know, she had some conflict with a friend, and they couldn't resolve it. And eventually she said, I want you to open up the surah this ayah and read it.

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And when they read it, that is when the conflict was completely resolved. So sometimes we can say all we want but the other person will not accept but if we make them open the book themselves, read it yourself so that you are sure you yourself, have you clean that I'm not telling you this. This is the statement of Allah. But to be thorough, but Lou had you yourself read it. I'm not going to read it to you read it yourself.

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And sometimes we can even do this with our children. Make them open the Quran and make them read it. Make them read it themselves so that they have certainty.