Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 04 – L050D

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The transcript describes the loss of courage and determination during a battle between the Muslims of Afghanistan and the United States. The speakers emphasize the importance of following laws and avoiding negative thoughts to avoid unnecessary problems. They also touch on the history of Islam, including the fall of the Battle of their city, the loss of reputation, and the use of "has" and "has a" to describe situations. The speakers stress the importance of learning from experiences and staying positive to become successful in life. They also emphasize the need for continuous improvement in behavior and behavior issues.
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Are we let him in the shade line over James Miller had recommended for him.

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Lesson number 50 I owe 152.

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What are the other kokumo law who are the who is the who sooner whom Be it Nietzsche. And Allah had certainly fulfilled his promise to you, when you were killing the enemy by his permission, we learned that the battle that took place between the Muslims of Medina and the wishes of Mecca.

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Initially, it was a battle in which the Muslims were successful. And soon after their victory was turned into defeat. Why? Because of their disobedience to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So when the Muslims returned to Medina, from Ohio, some of them were wondering, How can this happen to us? We're supposed to be believers, Allah subhanaw taala promises victory, how come we suffered such a great loss? What happened? So over here, lots of panatela is telling them that what about Sadako qumola, who are the who, what's the promise of Allah, the promise of help, the promise of victory, Allah proved his promise, true to you, meaning Allah did give victory to you.

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When at the beginning of the battle, everything was fine, you weren't getting the help of Allah, everything was in your favor, is the husana. Home, be it needy, when you were wiping them off with His permission, the word the persona is from the roof letters have seen seen from the word his. And his is used for sense. For instance, the sense of touch or the sense of, you know, smell, or seeing or listening, there are different senses that a person has, and has said, is to hit someone, it is to strike someone on his senses. It is to strike someone on his senses. And remember that when a person is struck on his senses, then it could be a fatal blow as well. It could lead to that, it

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could lead to that. So the word has said is used for killing someone by striking them on their Google has, on their sense.

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It's also said that has is to make someone dead, or to kill someone how by making their senses dead. By making their sense of death.

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And in Arabic, has said from his ears to hit someone to strike someone on his his. There's something that is common in the Arabic language. For example, the word button what has gotten me

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stuck. So button two means I hit him on his stomach.

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So has two meaning I struck him on his his, eventually, that strike that law was fatal. It could lead to that.

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And also reset that the hosana gives the meaning of to make one's perceiving borrower dead, meaning you killed them by finishing off their his, his award of seeing of looking or hearing things like that. So is the hirsuta, whom when you were killing them, then refers to the enemy? And how are you doing this? Isn't he by his permission, meaning a loss of hunter allowed you, he made it possible for you, he gave you the trophy, by his help by his arm, you were being victorious, and everything was fine in your favor, had either official until you yourselves gave him until you lost heart, until you started to show weakness. When you started to show weakness, then obviously, you lost the

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help of Allah, and eventually your victory turned into defeat.

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When was this? The prophets little daughter saddam had appointed a band of 50 archers on the top of the hill. And those 50 archers recommended that you must not move even if the people in the battlefield are snatched away by the birds.

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You're not moving from there until and unless you were allowed until unless you're told

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and when they saw that the enemy was retreating, what did they do? They also left their boss they thought we have one already. So the battle is over.

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So then after posts, and they went on to gain some dounia so this is what is being mentioned over here that everything was fine until you yourselves gave up. Fashion is from the roof actress fashion lamb fashola, which is to lose heart. It is to lose one's spirit. It is to lose one's vigor and courage. So everything was fine and you lost your courage. How did they lose their courage? How do they lose their determination?

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When they saw the booty, it was their vigor it was occurred. It was a steadfastness that kept them on their posts. When they saw the donia fascism, you became weak. You lost your confidence. You lost your vigor. And then you left your posts. And you went into the midst of the field in order to collect the war booty Hatter, either officialdom

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what are known as autofill. And you disputed concerning the matter, then as Erica, Mr. pulled something and then Hazara is to pull something from each other.

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What is it it is to try to pull one thing from one another from each other?

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And from the store to nazzer is used for dispute. So had it at an Amazon film until you disputed in the matter, which matter which

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which matter was this that they disputed in

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our domain debate was their leader. He was the head of the 50 archers. Some of them said, Let's go The battle is over. Other said, No, we should not go because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us such and such we're not allowed to leave. So had it official don't you lost your courage, you lost your vigor upon seeing the war booty, you left your spots. And then then as earthen fill you disputed with regards to the instruction that the prophet SAW the Lotus Adam had given

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where our slaves

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and you disagreed.

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You disobeyed Who?

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The profits are allowed to send them How? By abandoning your stations in search of the word booty. Member the man on our cometa hibou after that he showed you what you love. After a lot showed you that which you love.

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Or our company showed you who showed you. Allah showed you? What did he show you matter? He bought that which you love? What is it that you love?

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victory, as well as booty?

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You love it, you saw that you were victorious. And you left your positions. You saw the war booty and you couldn't resist and you left your posts. You left your positions in order to obtain a booty. Remember the Moroccan mirta hibou

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with regard to this part of the ayah some scholars have said that what this means is had to either turn as art and film was laden with a shield. Because in the eye shield film is mentioned first. Correct. But if you think of it, then as our film came first, then our Slayton came. And then when the enemy attacks them, that is when they lost their courage completely

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If you look at the sequence of events, what exactly happened? They started disputing, then they disobeyed the instruction of the prophets or about a Salah. And then when the enemy attacks them, instead of getting back together. What did they do? They lost acreage. And when they heard that the profits are a lot of them have died. They lost acreage completely.

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So some scholars say that for short term actually comes after. And this is something that is common in the Arabic language, that sometimes the sequence of events is not mentioned in the exact way as the events actually happened.

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Sometimes they're not mentioned in the chronological order, but rather that which is most important is mentioned first, what was the main problem for children, you lost your courage.

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You lost your courage, everything was fine. You were boldly and fiercely fighting in the battle, until you lost her confidence. You lost your determination. You lost her determination and when you lost it, that is when the problems began for you. And that is when you lost the battle. That is when your victory turned into defeat.

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men come among you may you read the dunya is one who desires the world.

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among you is one who loves the dunya who wants to dunya

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you read from irata and what is the intention? It is the reason why a person does something why a person performs a particular action. So some of you went to battle why desiring to me

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which is why when they saw the booty, they abandon their stations in search of that dunya

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women come up to you and among you are those who desire the hero. Which is why even though they saw the booty right in front of them, they didn't move. They didn't leave their posts, but rather they obeyed the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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they held on to the instruction that was given to them until they were slain.

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So most wonderful C'mon home. Then he turned away you from them.

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Meaning Allah turned you, you meaning believers on home from them, who does them refer to the machine. And the word sought often is from salt or fair soda is to turn away. And sort of an is to prevent someone from something. It is to prevent someone from something, do not let someone go forth. Do not let someone move forward and divert them.

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That is to divert someone. So for example, if a child is going towards the refrigerator and you want to stop them, you don't let them go, you turn them away by force. You divert them you show them something of show them very nice keys. They get distracted, so Safa ein is to turn someone away from their objective, do not let them go, where they're headed to.

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So he turned you away from them, what does it mean by this, that you are believers were being victorious over the mushrikeen but he turned you away from them,

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meaning he did not let you be victorious over them.

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Why? As a consequence of your tenor of your

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when you disputed with one another, when you disobeyed the messenger, when you lost heart, when you lost your determination, when you yourself are not determined, then what happened alasa panels are also did not let you be successful. He turned you away from them, meaning away from being victorious over them. How? Through defeat.

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It is also said that what this means is that some sort of unknown, that he turned you away from them, that the machine what happened at this point, they were attacking the Muslims, correct. The Muslims were under attack now and they weren't ready for that attack. About 70 Muslims got killed at this point about 66 samsara and former had you but what happened everyone did not get killed. Because Allah subhanaw taala turned the Muslims away how that they began ascending the mountain, they began escaping the battlefield.

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So some sort of a common home, Leah Italia come so that he tests you.

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Lamb over here is a godly reason. So he turned you away from them, he did not let you be victorious over them. Why? So that he made us do you have Italia from AB de la bella Manuel.

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And if Tina is used for a test that is manifest that is manifest, meaning people find out about it, it's public, it's open. For instance, what he did with la Ibrahim Prabhu, when the Lord of Ibrahim alayhis salaam tested him, all of his stats, they were quite visible. They're known to us. They're mentioned in the Quran, many of them. So Leah Britannia calm so that he made as to why, so that the sincere one is made manifest from the one who is not sincere.

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The one who is sincere, is made manifest from the one who is not sincere. Both of them are clearly distinguishable.

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Who is really sincere, and who is not sincere. Who wants dunya. And who wants

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because up until now, the Muslims and the hypocrites, the Muslims with very strong human in the Muslims with weak Eman. Everyone was mixed up, everyone was good. But when this happened at the Battle of our head, that is when it was known that there are some people who actually want to kneel.

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We learned that we must learn who he said. I never thought that anyone of the companions of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam designed until this ayah was revealed.

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I never thought that anyone of those people who were around the prophet SAW about Islam desired to do Nia until this I was revealed.

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So it was the beginning. It was only the third year, it was the beginning. So people still had love for the dunya. And when this happened, Leah Italia Khan, so that he may test you why, so that the sincere one is made manifest from the one who is not sincere.

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So when a person is put in difficulty, his heart his reality is exposed to him. And not just him, but it is also exposed to other people. And it's in a way, a big blessing for the believer that he realizes what his weaknesses are, what his weak points are, so that he can focus on them and he can improve himself. He can reform himself

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libertarian so that he may test you so that he may manifest you

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What are the alpha?

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And certainly, he has a new

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alpha from our phone, and what does our phone mean to white. So he has wiped off your mistake. He has forgiven you completely. Despite all of this, he will not punish you for your mistake.

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When we listen to these verses, when we learned that some of them they disobeyed the prophets, or

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we think that's such a big deal, and look at the consequences, the Muslims were being victorious and the victory turned into defeat, because of the mistake of some people, how come they were not punished?

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Because it was still the beginning.

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And they were after all, the companions of the Prophet SAW the vandalism

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and their sacrifices, their efforts, their sincerity was still there, which is why I'm most proud if we gave them one law who do fuddling meaning, and Allah is one who shows follow to the believers. Zoo follow is one who owns the one who has a lot of fun.

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And follow this extra, so will follow for Allah subhanaw taala. But it means is that he shows favor to people. So he shows favor to me money to the believers, how that when He forgive them, when he pardoned them, when he did not punish them,

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and also allow him to publish, meaning how that all of the believers, all of the believers were not killed. About 70 were killed, but everyone was not killed. So this was also a big favor of a loss of pregnant.

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What can we learn from this?

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First of all, we learned that Allah subhanaw taala helped the Muslims helped to believers, and just as he helped them at birth,

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because Allah subhanaw taala has promised His help to the believers.

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So Allah did help the believers that are heard as well, it wasn't that he didn't help them. No, he did.

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Well, nakatsuka como la,

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Allah fulfilled his promise to them. However, it was their own mistake. It was their own fault. That turns the help of a loss of paradise.

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What does this show us?

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That sometimes we lose the help of a love because of our own faults? And what are those faults? What are the three mistakes that I mentioned over here? fishing, losing your own determination, being shaky, losing competence? Should I continue this? Or should I not continue this?

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You know, up until you're determined up until you have your resume, and you do the wakulla? Allah, Allah subhanaw, taala helps you. But the moment you start thinking, maybe I shouldn't, it's getting too difficult.

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Then, with your negative thoughts, you lose your determination, you lose your confidence, you don't put in as much effort.

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For instance, if you're doing the simple tasks, such as cleaning the house, washing the dishes, you don't have any determination. You don't have any resolve. But let me do this quickly finish this off and get to something else. I don't want to do this, how long would it take you?

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How long will it take you very long.

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And if situation is such that you start panicking, or something seems so urgent, and you feel that an action should be taken right away, and other people disagree. They're not thinking the way you're thinking, what happens instead of communicating clearly, we end up arguing and disputing with each other.

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And the thing is that disputing is not going to lead you to solve the problem.

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If you start fighting with each other, it's not going to solve the problem, it's only going to make the problem worse.

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When the profits are about a certain head, appointed a leader of the lab in Japan was the leader, what should they have done,

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or be listened to? They should have followed them. So similarly, in every situation, in every circumstance, there's always some leader. And if there isn't, then there must be a leader. There must be someone who is in charge.

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And whatever they say, whatever final word they give, that is what we should do, even if we disagree with them.

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Why, for our own detriment for our own success, because disputing, arguing, fighting with one another, it's not going to solve the problem. It's only going to make the problem worse. And what's the third mistake? I say?

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disobeying, disobeying Who? The leader of the lab and debate and more importantly, disobeying who the profits are allowed. So what does this show us? What does it show us? That if we do not obey the Prophet, if we do not follow his sooner, then we are going away from success.

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Then we are going away from success as we know about I'm sure

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Most of you have heard about that battle in which the Muslims were. And it wasn't conclusive meaning nobody was winning neither they were winning or the enemy was winning. And eventually, we started thinking Muslim why we started thinking that which sooner Are we leaving out? Maybe it's because we're not following the Sunnah of the prophet or Lotus and and that we're suffering from this.

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And they realized that they hadn't done miswak this work basics on that. They realize that they hadn't done that.

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And they started doing this work and they want very soon.

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What did we learn in that I encounter HIPAA law for Toby Rooney, as a result, you become Allah, Allah will love you and will allow him love you, He will send you his help, he will assist you

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up to your law will appear over soon, law law come to her moon so that you are shown Rama so that you're showing mercy.

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So this shows to us that if we want the help of a lot, if we want to be successful in what we're doing, we must be determined. Secondly, we must not fight with one another. We may have differences, but don't fight with one another.

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And thirdly, we must follow the sanada profits.

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These are the keys to success. These are the keys to gaining help of a loss of data. And remember, without the help of Allah, we cannot do anything at all.

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Also, we learn from the cya, that upon receiving a blessing. What should we do? We should be grateful, because all of this dated when mimbar de Morocco matter hibou after he showed you victory, after he showed you the booty, that is when you lost your determination, that is when you thought Oh, it's fine. We can do whatever we want now, that is when you started fighting with one another. That is when you disobey the profits out of artists. So upon receiving a blessing upon receiving success, we should be grateful and not our Satan, not disobey Allah subhanaw taala because many times about getting the dunya What do we do? We disappear?

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Many times upon receiving blessings, what do we do, we disobey.

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Also, we learn that Allah subhanaw taala is making it clear to the believers that there are still among you, those who have love for the dunya. And Allah subhanaw taala is putting you through a test so that this level of lunia is exposed to you and you may do something about it.

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So a lot of penalty, what are some difficult situations, so that we know our weak points, we know our weaknesses, not that we're humiliated in front of other people, but so that we can reform ourselves. So each time a weakness is exposed to us. Whether it is somebody else who comes and tells us you have this weakness, you should try to improve it. Instead of you know, taking it to heart and getting very upset. What should we do? Be grateful that we know what mistake we're making? Because if we don't know what mistake you're making, how can you correct yourself?

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It's like if someone cooks food, and it's always very bland, and nobody tells her praises her or your food is excellent. Your food is excellent. Is she gonna be able to improve her food? She won't be. It's out of your weather machine. It's out of the machine for you that somebody is telling you somebody is making clear to you making known to you what mistakes you're making.

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Also, we learned that Allah subhanaw taala forgive the companions,

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what are called the alpha and we must not forget this, because many people get stuck on this. Look, the Sahaba they disobeyed the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And because of this reason, some people go on to the extent of insulting the companions of the Prophet sort of RSM but we must remember that Allah forgive them, despite their mistake, because rather the Allahu einval what although

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we learned that an Egyptian man, he came to the library, and he said, Oh, I want to ask you about something. Please tell me about it. Do you know that earthman

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who was the leader when he was a third Caliph, and he was also the son in law of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam?

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He said, Do you know that he fled away on the day of

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the Battle of what he fled away? He was of those people who fled from the battle.

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Even almost said, Yes. The man said, Do you know that Earth man was absent on the day of battle and did not join it?

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He wasn't there at the Battle of butter, either the first battle, it would almost say, yes. The man said, Do you know that he failed to attend the other one pledge? The biotic one. You know that he failed to be present over there. And he did not witness it. And which was his pledge? It was the one that was made her debut.

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intermodal Denard, who said yes, the man said Allahu Akbar, meaning if a man if a person has not participated in a major battle, and he fled away from another major battle,

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He wasn't there at a very important pledge. Then how come he's been made the califor? How come you revere him so much? How come you respect him so much? It almost said, Let me explain to you all of these three things. As for his flight on the day of or hurt, I testified that Allah has excused him and forgiven him. And he said, Well, I've got the iPhone. Allah has said, while the affair uncom so Allah has pardoned him. Allah is excused him and asked for his absence from the Battle of whether it was due to the fact that the daughter of Allah's Messenger was his wife, and she was sick. And Allah's Messenger said to him, you will receive the same reward and share of booty as any one of

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those who participated in the Battle of butter if you stay with her. Why did you say that? Because his wife was unwell. And it was his wife, the daughter of the Messenger of Allah. So he was told to stay back at home. And the messenger told him that if you stay back, you will still get the same reward.

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As for his absence from others, one Pledge of Allegiance had there been any person in Mecca more respectable than earthman. Allah's Messenger would have sent him instead of him are smuggled in on who he was the one who went to Makkah, and it was because of him that that pledge was made when he was rumored debt.

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No doubt Allah's Messenger had sent him in the incident of availablein Pledge of Allegiance happened after his men had gone to Mecca. ullas messenger held out his right hand saying, This is Earth learns. And

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he struck his other hand with it saying, this pledge of allegiance is on behalf of earthman.

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Then even a little bit, it was said to the man, bear these excuses in mind with you.

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So before objecting, at the companions of the Messenger of Allah sort of bamboo Salah, we should remember what occurred.

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Because there are many people amongst the Muslims who criticize the companions, insult the companions, humiliated, disrespect them. And if there's any mistake that they learn that they make, it's such a big deal deployed out to proportion, but never forget, one or the other uncle. Allah has forgiven the companions. Yes, they made mistakes, but there were also human beings and the sacrifices that they made, there are much more compared to anyone else's sacrifices.

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As we learn, I mentioned this earlier, as well, that if one of you were to spend gold, equivalent to the amount of money or what it would be nothing, compared to what the companion spent, even if what the companion spent was very different. Why? Because the degree of sacrifice is very different.

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is just what

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I had in World War Two, do you?

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Remember, when you fled and climbed the mountain without looking aside at anyone, while the messenger was calling you from behind?

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The believers are being recalled, or being reminded about what they had done at the Battle of world

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is meaning both coudl remember when this happened? When did this happen?

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When the machine under the leadership of harlot even when they attacked the Muslims from the way because the prophets are allowed a sudden had appointed the 50 archers at the mountain, which was towards the back of the Muslims. Why so that the back is protected, it is shielded. But when those archers moved from there, what happened?

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The back was open, the air was open, and to hide Eventually, he recruited all the theme was seeking and then they regroup themselves and they attack the Muslims from behind. So is to say do know when this happened, obviously, there was a big chaos amongst the people. And then the most

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Stem Cells started climbing up the mountain in order to save themselves. So the donor is from the roof better salt than from the word so rude. And so rude is to climb up. It is to climb upwards, were to a high place. And sarada is used for climbing up quickly. What does it mean to climb up quickly. And Assad is used for climbing up from low ground to high ground. And sometimes it is also used for descending. But basically it gives the meaning of going quickly ascending or descending quickly climb up or climb down.

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And why is this word used for climbing down because there's, you know, height that, for example, you climb up a ladder or you go down a ladder.

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So over here to Sedona, you all were ascending, you all were running, you all were going upwards, were up to the

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second, it has been said that too soon, it doesn't get the meaning of going up the mountain, climbing up the mountain. But what it means is that you are running far away fleeing in the distance. What does it mean that you are running far away from being in the distance? So first of all, what does it mean you are climbing up the mountain? Secondly, that you were running faraway fleeing in the distance. Now you might say why the contradiction. It's not contradiction. It's double meaning. And that is exactly what happened. Some people started climbing up the mountain, others ran away from the field.

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So if those are doing well, after lunala had an end, you wouldn't turn your neck back to anyone.

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That wound is from lamb. Well, yeah. And we have done this word earlier as well. You'll wanna alsina townville keytab they twist their tongues when reading the book when reciting the book. And lower leg is to turn or to twist to bend the tongue or the head. What does it mean? To turn to twist or to bend the tongue or the head. So the Luna over here means that you would not turn your neck you would not turn your head back. You would not look behind you or that hadn't upon anyone. Meaning if anyone was behind you, you wouldn't even look at them. What does this Express? What does this show that you were just running in order to save your life? No matter who came your way no matter who you left

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behind. You didn't care. All you wanted was security and safety for yourself. What was solely at the ruko while the messenger was calling you you wouldn't turn back and look at anyone but the fact is that the messenger was calling you Mohammed satellite is under was calling you were few o'clock meaning in your behind he was calling from behind you.

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For newsletters Hamza hora, when the word is a feminine have a feel for a hub. It's the feminine,

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or what does it mean? Last and other over here it gives me enough other meaning behind from other than you from behind you from your rare he was calling him.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he saw that the machine had attack no Muslims were in chaos. He started calling out to the people la Eva de la. All servants of Allah come to me come to meet la vida de la. But despite the fact that the messenger was calling them, they were running away in order to save themselves. And when this happened, what does Allah say? For Thurber con woman behind me. And then Allah repaid you. Allah recompensed you, with one upon one. Sorrow upon sorrow, loss upon loss. Why? Because the messenger was calling you and you wouldn't turn to him. You wouldn't respond to his call.

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A Saba is from the roof fighters farewell back towards the web is from the same route. The word survive is used for a war generally. But it's also used for Recompense. And a recompense could be punishment. And it could also be reward. Right? So a further meeting here I convinced you He gave you in exchange. What the hangman behind me

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is from the roof that was mainly me

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under what Rama literally means to cover something from the same route as a waterfall Ma'am, what is wrong i'm used for clouds. Why because they also cover the entire sky. And sometimes they cover up the sun as well, preventing the sunlight from reaching us. And just as on rainy day, people become very sad. Similarly, rum also makes a person said

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is the pain and constriction in the heart that a person feels constriction he feels something obviously intangible things

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I mean, he feels very hurt, he feels very sad, why? because of something that has happened

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because of something that has happened. So he recommends to you with him upon him, you know, this has been beyond me, this has been understood in two ways. First of all, it has been said, that bear gives the meaning of Ma, what is my army with? Or it gives the meaning of birth? What does bad mean? After? Or it gives meaning of Allah? What does it mean? On top of

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so among bees on me,

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meaning VM with VM, multiply the VM coupled with more of them, one on top of the other,

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what you suffered, and that caused you grief, what you suffered next was worse than what you have previously. So one grief on top of the other one, it wasn't just one thing that you suffered from, it wasn't just one thing that was causing you hurt in pain, and a sense of loss. No, it was one thing on top of the other one, along with the other, ma either barred one after the other one thing after the other. And what was it that the Muslims suffered that they suffered defeat, it wasn't just defeat, they lost many of their companions. One after the other 6066 companions from the unsought and four from the Mahajan. Commonwealth, believe me, you know, there's a loss of just one person, or

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10 people, that's a big loss. But if you find that this person has died, and then another person has died, and another person has been killed, that's run, along with home, run, after home run on top of home.

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And it wasn't just the loss of the companions, they also heard that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam had died, that he had been killed.

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Similarly, they suffered many wounds, those people who survived, they suffered many wounds. Similarly, when they ran away from the battlefield, that obviously caused them some harm. But when they heard the prophets out about Islam had died, that caused them more of them. So a month behind me.

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Secondly, it has been said that this bad gives meaning of because it's the back of seven, it gives me enough jezza a fabrico of a man villum why, because of the harm that you caused to others, a fabrico of a man, why bilum he gave you them? Why? Because of the harm that you caused to the other? Who did they cause harm to

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the profits out of water somehow by disobeying him? He was calling them and they weren't responding.

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So because they caused great harm to the profits are allowed to sell them therefore, Allah subhanaw taala inflicted upon them as well. of a man behind me, one of them on top of the other one one because of

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y Li Kayla,

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so that you do not grieve Allah my father come over that which escaped you over that which you lost. Lee Kira Tarzan, Locanda is connected with, first of all, alpha in the previous ayah. We don't want to call the alpha uncle, and certainly he is part of it. So first of all, it has been said that leka illa is connected with Arthur, why did he pardon you? Why did He forgive you, despite the fact that you were at fault? Despite the fact that you made a big mistake? Why did He forgive you? Why did he pardon you

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so that you do not have any grief left. So that you do not have any grief left? Because the thing is, that no matter what grief a person has, if a person is content with the fact that a loss of control is happy with him, then no grief can make him sad. No grief can make him worried.

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Which is why we see that the profits of a lot of righteous people, no matter what the suffered, no matter what losses suffered. Once they knew that Allah was happy with them, they were content.

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They were fine. No matter what they suffered, no matter what they last, for instance, or you burn incident, the profit of a loss and

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what happened with him. He lost so much. He had so much wealth, he lost it. He had health. He lost his health. He had children, he had family, he lost his family,

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but still, he worshiped on loss

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and used to feel that when I had it I worship a lot and when I don't have it, I still worship Allah and this is why shaitaan did not like that.

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believer when he is content with the fact that Allah is happy with him, then no one can cause him any grief. No, he cannot suffer from any one. So after our income, why, so that you don't have that sense of loss? that, yes, you lost so many of your companions, you suffered from loss in the battle, a battle that you were winning, victory turned into defeat. But still, when you know that Allah pardoned you, why is he telling you that he is pardoned you make it

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so that you don't be sad anymore.

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Secondly, it has been said that Li Kayla, that has no this is connected with a cervical

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wears fabric of a man

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that he recommends to you with home after

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one one on top of the other home. Why? So that you don't have any husband left.

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You see, for example, children, they have a small cotton a finger, such a big deal to them.

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Or if somebody starts working in the kitchen, and they get a car with the burn their finger, or they have to wash the dishes, anything, it's such a big deal, right. But when you get used to it, you burn your fingers and your hands and your elbows and your arm.

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And these things happen and you get used to them is it and then small things are not a big deal for you anymore. When when you have experienced many, many harm. So Allah subhanaw taala gave you one overview, so that you don't have any prison left, you get used to it, you become tough,

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tough, not in the sense of being very hard hearted, but that you don't grieve over small, little petty issues

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that you don't grieve over. But he issues that you become deaf, you become confident, you become brave.

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And a person who is not brave, what happens to him, he cannot face anything, he cannot face any challenge, he cannot face any difficulty. But when a person faces one thing after the other, then he develops the confidence.

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Just as when you gave your first test, how did you feel?

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How did you feel?

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very worried, fearful, but then after some time you get used to it. So similarly, Allah subhanaw taala gave them one over one, so that they would forget what they suffered previously. They don't have any husband left like a lot that has no impact on us from present, present is used for such one such sorrow or such grief, such distress that a person feels because of a problem that has afflicted him.

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So that there is no so that you don't grieve. You don't feel any distress, you don't feel any sorrow. You don't feel any worry over the masiva that affects you over the harm that you suffer. licola doesn't allama Fattah come over that which has slipped you

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fat fighters from neurodiverse farewelled. And felt is to slip away to pass away. And from the same root votes in order is also useful. That's why because a person has passed away.

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So you don't grieve over what has slipped you over what you have lost over what has escaped you.

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What did they lose? booty war booty. Now when they were standing on the mountain, on their positions, what was their concern? We want to share with the booty.

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But then when they went into the battlefield, while the Michigan were treating, and then they were attracted and why they were seeking, and then so many companions died.

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And they heard of the death of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, what happened? Were they still concerned about the booty?

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And what they lost, it didn't matter to them anymore. Lick a letter is a new element of ethical.

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For instance, if a person suffers from a big accident, a big car accident, and their car is completely finished. But the fact that they were saved the fact that their children were fine. How does it feel about the car?

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Not that bad.

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Because I've handled a lot they are fine Alhamdulillah their children are fine. They were saved. So the loss of the car does not mean anything. Similarly, indicate that there is no mathematical over what you've lost meaning the beauty that you've lost the victory that you've lost.

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You don't grieve over that anymore. What am I upset about? nor do you grieve over that which afflicted you meaning nor do you grieve over the harm that you have suffered? What is the harm that they suffered? The loss of lives as well as defeat? Well, lo hoeveel be matter with allies aware of everything that you do?

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What do we learn from this? What do we learn from this from the beginning?

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that you shouldn't let little things affect you so much that you lose your courage

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that I didn't get 29.5 and I only got 29.25

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it's only a matter of point two, five marks, it's not a big deal. Be grateful for what you have.

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So don't let little things affect you so much that you lose your confidence.

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Similarly, we learned that we should be positive in every situation, we should be positive in every situation, even in the most difficult times.

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If you see the Sahara Desert from home after

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one hardship after other hardship, one loss after other loss. But isn't there some benefit in there? Isn't there some benefit in that the gala, there is no other method. When

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you become confident, you become brave, and you don't cry over the little things over what you've lost, or over what has struck you, or what you've suffered, know that you become very, so in everything that happens to a believer, there is always some benefit. So a person should always remain positive. Sometimes you wonder yourself from one difficulty to another difficulty. And things get more and more tough, more and more difficult.

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So don't be negative at that time, rather be positive pray to Allah subhanaw taala that show me what you want me to learn from this. Sometimes you want something to happen, and it doesn't happen. When you're trying your best. You trying one thing, you try another thing, you talk to one person, you talk to another person, still it doesn't work out, there must be some hate in it.

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Similarly, you're trying to avoid something, but you can't avoid it. There must be some cloud in it. So in every situation, a person should remain positive. Also, we learn that one is to learn something, in a classroom, from a textbook through a lecture. And another is to learn something through experience.

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We know that we should be patient. We know that we shouldn't grieve over little little things. But when do you really learn this lesson, when you experience when you experience. So the Sahaba they were taught by the prophets or about a sudden, but they also went to the battle. They also suffered loss and defeat over there. Why? Because experience teaches you in a way that a lecture doesn't teach you

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that a book doesn't teach you.

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So if Allah subhanaw taala is putting you into a difficult situation, know that it's an experience that a lot of planetary wants you to go through. Because Allah Subhana Allah wants you to learn something.

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also learn that sometimes you have days in which you suffer one thing on top of the other. What should you do,

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don't lose heart, don't lose courage. You leave the house in the morning, you couldn't have breakfast, or you couldn't tear up the kitchen. Or you didn't have time to iron your hijab, or you tried ironing your clothes and you burnt them. You go back home, you start cooking, and you burned the food. So one thing after the other goes wrong, it happens with us. So at this time, what do people do that I can't do anything. They give up, they start crying, they break down. But in this situation what you do break down and start crying. No, don't lose heart Don't lose courage. Allah subhanaw taala wants us to learn that he is exposing you to difficulty on Mondays, amen. Why lick a

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leather saddle so that you don't give too much importance to little little things. So what if you work with us?

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I mean, yes, you should be careful. But it's not the end of the world. They're much bigger things that people read.

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And how much does it cost anyway? Maybe $1 maybe a few cents, maybe half of $1.50 something very small. So is it really worth crying about? Is it really worth something that you should fight over?

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In these situations when we're positive when we stay in control, then we're not only helping ourselves but we're also helping other people.

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We're also helping other people around us because they also gain courage when they see us and this is the vessel will help whatever so the sub that you encourage each other yourself and also other people to celebrate how by the way that you react

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someone someone's and

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then he sent down upon you mimbar the lonely emanate and then he sent down upon you security in the form of drowsiness nor arson, yell shelter if at an income What if at all possible metrohm enforceable overcoming affection of you, while another faction worried about themselves somewhat under Article

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He sent down upon you. Meaning when you were suffering from long after home in the battle, then Allah subhanaw taala sent down upon you remember the long after the lump.

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Amana, from Amman? What does m&e peace, safety, security and it's the opposite of health. What is health? fear? So Amana a sense of security, being safe being at peace,

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so he sent down a mana upon you.

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What was that a mana that a loss of friends are sent down upon the believers. It was in the form of neurons and

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the Amana was nosson. Now Allison is from the room fetters noon.

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And nourison is the state of sleepiness.

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It is a state in which a person is very drowsy.

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NASA is a person who was very sleepy. And because of that sleepiness, he's yawning. You know, sometimes you are so sleepy that you close your eyes, and you open and you yawn and then you close your eyes. So this is a state of neurons.

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It is also said that nausea is used for such sleepiness in which one's senses, they don't remain as sharp anymore.

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So for instance, you're so sleepy, that somebody's talking, and you can't exactly hear them. Or somebody walks by and you have no idea that they walk like why because you're sleepy, you're actually awake, but you're so sleepy, you don't realize. And sometimes it happens that somebody is talking to you. And you're so sleepy that after some time they're like, okay, just leave them alone, let them sleep. Because halfway through, you're responding to them, and then you don't respond to them. So this is a state of neurons, that when you're sleepy and you're awake, and you're sleeping, you're awake. So it's like you're drifting away into sleep, and then you come back as well. And you

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go back to sleep and then you wake up again. So it's the state of sleepiness, extreme sleepiness. So he sent down this morass upon you as an Amana. You may wonder they're in the midst of a battle, and they're feeling sleepy. Isn't that very dangerous, but a law called Amana?

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You see, this was after the, after they had suffered one thing after the other, and they had climbed up the mountain. And in a way they were secure from the enemy. But obviously, the enemy could climb up behind them and finish them. But a lot of times are sent down this morass upon them. And it wasn't a valuable hurt, where we learned that the Sahaba they were so overcome by sleep, that I will tell her to learn. He said that you would lift up his sword, and it would fall down.

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There's a hammer, they would lift up their shields, and they were dropped from their hands. Why? For two reasons. First of all, to alleviate the fear. When you're overcome by fear, when you're overcome by pain, can you calm down? No, you can't. You're so worried. Some people start shivering. Some people start panicking. They're looking here and there, some people start crying. But if in that state, a person is overcome by sleepiness, can he scream? And can he cry? And can you wait? And can he be panicky and make other people panicky around him? No, he cannot. Why? Because he's overcome by sleep.

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Somebody was once telling me that when they were in labor, when they were delivering their baby, they would sleep while they were delivering the baby. Because she was so exhausted that during the contractions she would sleep for like, you know, half a minute, and then she would wake up and and half a minute she would sleep. And because of that delivery, although it was very long, but because she had been sleeping throughout, it was fine.

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And imagine if a person is like, Oh my god, I'm in so much pain, then she will be screaming, she would be crying should be yelling. But the fact that she was overcome by sleep, it made the painful process much easier. And this is Amanda from a loss of 100.

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So similarly, the Sahaba just imagine the fear, the panic that they would have been in. But because they were overcome by sleep, it relaxed them.

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They were relaxed, naturally, they were relaxed. So it alleviated the fear that they were in, or they could have been in.

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And the second reason for this nuance was so that they would become fresh afterwards, because they had had a tough battle. They had just suffered loss. And in order to get themselves together in order to go home. Obviously they needed to be fresh in order to face the future difficulties or future challenges because obviously, traveling through the desert, even if it's three kilometers is difficult, knowing that your enemy could come from behind you. So they needed that energy. So when they snooze for a few minutes for some time, it made them fresh. So this is the reason why the morass was

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sent as an Amana and you know, many things you can resist. But sleep is one thing that you cannot resist. You cannot.

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Like if there's food in front of you, you can avoid it. But if you being overcome by sleep, you cannot avoid it. You're helpless in front of sleep. Which is why we know that a person who is sleeping and because of his sleep, he misses the Salah. He's forgiven up until the time that he wakes up. As soon as he wakes up, he's supposed to pray. Why? Because sleep completely overcomes a person. This doesn't mean that you should relax and not set an alarm clock next time. It doesn't mean that but despite all of your effort, if you are overcome by sleep, and if you cannot wake up, it's something that you cannot resist. It's something natural.

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So, Allah subhanaw taala sent down no acid as a monitor, and this neuron, it wasn't overcoming everyone. Who was it overcoming El Shaddai thought if at a minimum, it was only overcoming a group among you, which group, the believers so their swords were falling from their hands, their shields are falling from their hands.

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Well, if I if I don't, and the group or the metal enforcer and the other group, what happened to them, called a hammered home and for some of their unforce their souls, they preoccupied them, they made them so worried they distressed them. Why? Because they were not overcome by sleep.

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I have nothing from the roof is harming me. We learned earlier, this word as well in humble pie, if at any moment, what is hum, intend to do something. These are nerves. And the word ham is also used for distress. It is also used for distress. So over here I have multiple enforceable meaning it concerns them, it preoccupied them, it made them worried. It affected them. It distressed them what distress them. And for them, there's also their souls. Were making them so anxious. Meaning they were so concerned about themselves about their security, about their safety, that they could not relax. It was causing them harm. It was causing them worry, it was causing them grief. So their only

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wish was their own deliverance, was their own safety and security. And they weren't concerned about the companions. They weren't concerned about the profits or the loss of them. They weren't concerned about the fact that the Muslims had suffered a defeat No, all that they were concerned about was their own deliverance.

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And you see, because they weren't overcome by nor us Amana, security safety was not given to them. They were deprived of that feeling of safety, which is a horrible way given the Sahaba the true believers, when they were overcome by nor us it, relax them, despite whatever they had suffered. But the hypocrites what happened with them. They were so concerned about themselves and that panic and fear. They couldn't think of anything else except for their own security.

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And imagine if you're in such a situation that you're panicking, you're worried, what is the person going to do? What is the person going to do? He cannot help himself. But he's only going to increase in his anxiety, it's going to make the situation much worse for him. and in this situation, you can't even think straight. You can't even think straight. You can't relax.

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Yo Nabila you laid on how they were thinking about Allah?

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Who was thinking about a lot later on the second time? And what was his life who was a cipher, the hypocrites? So your show for? The first one was of the true believers. And the second one was of the hypocrites. And what were they doing? You will know in a bit later on how they were thinking about a lot other than that, what were they thinking about Allah subhanaw taala.

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For instance, if Muhammad Sadat Islam was really true, this would not have happened to us.

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Similarly, thinking that this is the end of Islam, thinking that Allah Subhana, Allah didn't help us. So they were thinking wrong thoughts about Allah, negative thoughts about Allah, bad thoughts about Allah.

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And generally, when a person is in this situation that he is overcome by fear, he's very anxious, then he starts thinking negative thoughts about almost

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the thing is that they're in that position because of their own faults, their own mistake, their own lack of the workload, they have done something because of which relies on giving them a minute. And then when they are in this situation, they end up losing their event as well, the literally man they have, they lose that as well. They start questioning their faith, I wonder if God even exists.

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For instance, if a person is going through one difficulty after the other, the death of a family member, they lose their job, they suffer from an illness. Some people, where do they start doing in this situation? They start questioning their faith.

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They say I wonder if a lie even exists.

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Why aren't my dogs accepted? How come Allah does not respond to my dogs is alive and they're

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so useful noona Villa he later on help. They began thinking about Allah. Wrong thoughts, bad thoughts, negative thoughts, incorrect thoughts? And these thoughts Allah says there are one Naja Hillier they are the one of Jay Hillier. They're the thoughts of the days of ignorance. Which thoughts are the thoughts of the days of ignorance? Negative thoughts about Allah soprano Dada,

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and especially jelenia refers to before Islam

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and it also refers to the JD machine, the JD Arabs who did not have Islam and what do they think about the prophets? What about Islam that soon his matter is going to come to an end? Soon his affair is going to end. So these hypocrites they thought, Okay, this is the end of islam now. So this is how they thought about Islam and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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your own owner, they were saying, hello, Amina everyman che

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Halina Amina Mmm, che

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Is there any? Meaning? Do we have any right to say anything? Do we have any share of the

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Helena? This is of income? It is of denial. And it is for the purpose of objection.

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lenna for us meaning is there any possibility of receiving any help from me? Which is this? Um, refers to

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the help of a las panatela. And secondly, um, refers to the situation that they were made to come to the battle. So Harlan, I mean, an everyman che refers to two things. First of all, that is there any possibility of receiving any help from them? Is there any possibility of receiving any help from Allah? And secondly, this implies Helena, mineral and demon Shea, meaning, do we have any choice? Because they said at this time that we never wanted to come here, we were forced to go. This is unfair. We were forced to come here. It was against our will.

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It wasn't our suggestion, we wanted to fight from inside Medina.

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So our suggestion was not taken into account was not considered at all. So then they started objecting that Do we have any share in the matter at all? Do we have any share in the matter? Do we have any share in the help of Allah in receiving the help of Allah in getting the victory from Allah subhanaw taala? Or in voicing our concerns,

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and many times is what happens when people suffer from failure? What do they do? They start blaming other people. You never listen to me. I told you, so.

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I told you so you never listened to me. You never pay me any attention. You never consider my suggestions.

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The fact is that when you have agreed to do something,

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then your suggestion, somebody else's suggestion becomes one. So even though you deferred before the final decision, you want it to stay inside Medina. But the fact that the matter was decided and you were all going to go outside and Medina now no matter what has happened, has happened. Now you can't put the blame on somebody else because it was a united decision, the profits or losses and consulted the companions. It was a unanimous decision. So you can't object now that you should have listened to me, you should have heard me and you can't say that. Do we have any share in the help of Allah? No, Allah did help you at the beginning.

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So Hold on, I'm in agreement shake, both say meaning or profit sort of artists who say to them in color who

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say that indeed the AMA, all of it is for Allah, it belongs to Allah, which is the matter of giving victory, the matter of giving help, the matter of giving defeat. So basically, it belongs to who, who decides also panatela not the people. So just because somebody else differed with you, they had a different suggestion. They had a different idea. Don't put the blame on them. This is a loss decision. And you're blaming them is not going to change anything. What is going to help you is your acceptance of the situation.

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Your phone if you unfussy him, they hide in themselves manner you will do what they don't reveal to you. You will do it for newsletters bad Allah will do. So the hypocrites they conceal in their hearts what they don't reveal to you what they don't expose to you.

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Meaning they kept some feelings in their heart. And they would not tell the profit sort of artist about them. What, for instance, their statement that if we had been at home we would not have been killed. If all of us had stayed in Medina, then so many of us would not have been killed.

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It's like when something goes wrong. When a plan is not successful, then what do people do?

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Had you listened to me? Had we not done this? Everything would have been fine. For instance, if there's a car accident, people say, you know, the mother says, or the brother says, I told you not to go, Well,

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you can't change it.

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Similarly, manner, you do know that it refers to their concealing the shock in their hearts. They're concealing doubt about Islam, of Islam, in their heart, their regret of coming along with the Muslims of becoming Muslim. So they are concealing us in their heart and they don't expose it to you, your coluna they say lokeren Allah Amina amrish, a on if we only had a share in the matter, meaning in deciding the affair, meaning if we had the choice, marco de la hoonah, we would not have been killed over here. How hoonah? What does that mean? Right here, right here. So to say that if the matter was left to us, if we were given the power to decide, if we were given a choice, then we

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would not have been killed here. Meaning if you had taken our suggestion, if you had listened to us, then we would not have suffered this great loss. Allah says school say local people used to come Have you been in your own houses? Had you been in your houses, laborers and Latina quotevalet you will at low enamel dodgier him, those people on whom cotton was written meaning it was decreed for them, they would have come forth to their sleep in cases we need the places where they're supposed to die. So staying at home does not prevent that

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a person who is to die somewhere at a particular time he comes there.

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So don't say that if we had been at home, we would not have been killed? No. If that was decreed for someone, they are today at that particular time. PETA Urban Agenda. It is a decree that is fixed in time. Lavasa verses from the reference belt Jose and Bruce is to come open interview, it has to come into view who had earlier in terms of vichara? When am I Brasilia, duta. de

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So baraza is to come into view and to emerge. And it's also used for coming forth for the purpose of battle.

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So liberals are Latina, meaning they would have come into you, they would have gone out, they would have emerged who those people upon whom capital was decreed, meaning those people who were supposed to be killed those people who were to die at that time. Where would they have come in Mr. Jerry, mother modality is a plural of modules from the federal law gene I

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bought gene I

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butter is to lie down. And it is to lie down on one side.

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It is to lie on one side not on the back not in the stomach, or what is it on the side. And that is a proper manner of sleeping. That is a proper manner of lying down. It's the sooner and mugdha begins with me. muda is the place of butter, it is the place of lying down. So literally the word mugger is used for a bed or a couch or a place of resting place of lying down. But then the word manager over here is used for

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what is it used for

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place of that place of being killed less of that. Why? Because sleep is like that.

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And when you put a person to sleep when a person sleeps in his bed, he stays there for some time, for the whole night. Similarly, when a person is put in his grave, he stays there until the day of judgment.

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So those people who were destined to be killed, they would have come forth to the battleground where they were to fall while he epithelium long Matthews will do recon and so that Allah tests what is in your hearts. Well, he evidently, lamb over here is if it is a reason, meaning all of this happened. What happened

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that there was a difference of opinion at the beginning. Where should we fight from inside Medina? Or should we go outside? Okay, it was decided, let's go outside. And when they went outside, everything was decided this is where you should stand. But then some people they made a mistake, they left their spots. And in the Muslims, they had to escape. They had to save themselves. And then the hypocrites started saying had you listened to us this would not have happened. It's your fault. You should have listened to me. So all of this Allah saying Why did this happen? LEAH Batali Allahu Matthew. So do become so that Allah tests what is in your pseudocode what is in your so do what is

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in this little? What is in the solder of a person called the heart

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So that Allah made test what is in your salute meaningful that allowed me to test your heart.

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So that allowed me to test your heart. How? Through your actions, that what do you have in yourself? Is it the heart of a man? Or is it the heart of nifa?

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Is it the heart of sincerity? Or is it the heart of insincerity? What belief do you have in your heart? So basically, Leah Batali, Allahu Mathews will do recommend, remember if Tila is to test, and it is a test that is manifest. So to distinguish between the truthful and the false, between the true believers and the hypocrites, because up until this point, everybody was mixed. But slowly and gradually with each battle, with each difficulty, what happened, the believers were distinguished from the hypocrites. The believers were distinguished from the hypocrites.

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Just as for example, everybody comes and joins the course, for instance. And everybody does the lesson every day. Everybody takes the tests. But with each test what happens? It's clear as to who is studying and who is not studying.

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Or more than that, who is understanding and who is not understanding. But sometimes people study with the still cannot retain much. But from your assignment, at least we know if you're understanding or you're not understanding.

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So with each test what happens? A person's reality is exposed. So Will he ever tell you Allahu Matthew's will do? The sincere believers are distinguished from the hypocrites. Well, you might have saw Matthew kulu become and to that he made cleanse what is in your Kuru? What is in the heart?

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What is in the heart? Amen, or nofap? Well, you might have thought Matthew could have become, you might have heard from him how saw most countries it is to purify something dirty, find something to cleanse something

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solid, a lot more refined, so that he purified what is in your hearts.

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Now, there were two reasons for putting the Muslims for putting the believers in this test or for putting the people of Medina in this test.

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First was Leah Batali. Aloha Matthew. So do recall

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that alemi test, what is in your Southern

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and what is in the southern heart. What kind of a heart is a person that is at the heart of Emmanuel is at the heart of neufeldt.

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So in other words, the first reason was to distinguish between the believers and hypocrites. And the second reason was, so that luoma Hassan Matthew kulu become and over here, calm refers to the believers specifically, that the believers, their hearts are cleansed, their hearts are purified further, because a person can have a man, but along with the mind, you can have many weaknesses, love of dunya fear of battle, not giving that much importance to the sun. So these negative qualities can exist in a person's heart along with email.

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So we learned earlier that men come may you read the dounia woman coming you didn't I feel some of you desire the dounia. And some of you desire, the accurate. So the sincere believers, they also had the love of dunya.

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Similarly, the companions who had been appointed at the mount at the rear of the Muslim army, they weren't hypocrites, they were true believers which is why Allah said, Well hold on come Allah Spartan you. Allah does not forgive the hypocrites. It refers to the true believers.

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But it shows that they still had weaknesses. So the Muslims went through all of these difficulties, all of these trials at the Battle of are heard why so that their hearts would be further purified. Luma Hassan Matthew, could you become

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so that he purifies your heart from love of this world?

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Luma Hassan Africa to become because if you compare the two statements leave utterly alone, Matthew saluti Kumar is in the art. Well, you might have some Africa to become what is that heart so you may wonder it's the same thing that has been said it's not the same thing. The first is distinguishing between the believers and the hypocrites The second is cleansing, purifying the believers even further Voluma Hassan if you could do become well not who are Lima without a sudo and Allah is Knowing of what is in the subtle, that is a feminine of do and what does it mean possessor, meaning whatever the soldier possess, whatever occupies the hearts, whatever occupies the chest of a person

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meaning whatever is in the heart of a person. A lot of times

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knows about it. So he tries people, he tests people. Why? So that what is it their hearts is exposed to them. Their reality is exposed to them

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in the Latina tower low income, indeed those of you who turn back when yo melta culture man, on the day the two armies met those people who turned away among you. When on the day that the two armies met the well known blue leopards while lamea and iltacon from the reflectors, Lam coffea. What is lucky me to meet in the car he met, who met ultimately, the two groups Jim on is a dual off, Gemma. It's the destiny

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and what is generally used for a gathering. And then it's used for a group of people.

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So the day when the two groups met, meaning the day of the Battle of a hut, those of you who turned away those of you who turned away from what those of you who fled the battlefield, or those of you who left their posts,

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and remember that the window men come up over here, first of the believers, it doesn't refer to the hypocrites. Why? Because the hypocrites they had already left the people of innovate, they had already left 300 men and some hypocrites who did remain with the Muslims. They're not meant over here. Why? Because at the end of the day, but does Allah say, Well, of course are from law who and whom Allah has pardon them? Obviously the hypocrites they weren't bargain. So in a Latina to one low income, who does it refer to the sincere believers, the true believers, and among them wuzhou.

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Among them was who I mentioned you that incident with mine,

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and many other companions as well. It wasn't just him but many other companions who were sincere believers. Who were true believers. In Noma, indeed, not but is the zanla, who shavon shavon caused them to slip is the Zilla from the reflector? xylon xlm. And what does it mean to slip? How to slip unintentionally? For instance, if you're walking on the snow, you don't deliberately slip some people do.

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But people don't generally slip deliberately. sozialen is to slip unintentionally. And then it is used for making a mistake to commit an error. And it's there's a left, he calls to slip. He calls the slip. He made them slip. Who made them slip? Who made them make this mistake? What was the mistake they made, they left their posts or they fled from the battlefield? Who made them make this mistake, a shape on the ship with his vice versa.

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And many times we make mistakes Why? When we realize a mistake, what do we say? Check on

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it is the shavon Some people say leave the Porsche alone alone and take the blame on yourself no chiffon does give was for sir. But just because chiffon gave us a few doesn't mean that you are not blameworthy, you are blameworthy. But she thought try to make you slip because many times people try to put the blame on shaitan and try to prove themselves as innocent. No, you're not innocent, you did make a mistake. Yes, if I made you slip, however you made the mistake.

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So in the masters and lahoma shavon shavon caused them to slip Why be burly man

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because of some actions that they had earned, because of what they have earned.

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What did they earn? What is it referred to be broadly marketable refers to some previous mistakes, some previous areas and it also refers to Vivaldi, my cousin who disobeyed the Prophet sort of dissidents command that they left their posts. And when they left their posts when they disobeyed, the prophet SAW the Lotus and what happened.

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When the enemy came, they fled.

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Because we learned that, although when the enemy did attack again, there were some companions who were still with the prophets of about Islam defending him. When there there were many other companions who were along with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam defending him, saving him fighting the enemy. So how come everybody didn't come up with the profits out of artisan to save him? or How come everybody didn't fight the enemy? How come some people fled and some people stayed firm? And all those people who stayed firm was a woman, Omar Mata.

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So how come What's the difference? Why is it that some people were given that they'll feel to remain steadfast and other people did not have that? dovie Why?

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Why is it the chip on made them slip? The bow Lima Casa boo because of what they had earned

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Because of some mistakes that they had made previously, because they had disobeyed the profit sort of longer than previously, what does it show us? That sometimes we make mistakes? Why? Because of our own sense that our faith is taken away from us. Why? Because of our own sins, because of what we have done in the past. This is why is the Fall is so important. seeking forgiveness, because many times we don't even see our sins, we don't even realize we've committed a sin.

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We learned earlier about the rebellion, that in the middle of the battle, what are they praying? Oh, Allah forgive us. Why? Because it's still, what does it do? It wipes out the previous sins, and then you get the rough mavala then you get the mercy of Allah.

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Then we also learn from a hadith that a person who makes this stuff out last him upon himself mandatory upon himself, then what happens? A lot of that has helped comes to him. Allah subhanaw taala makes a way out for him from every problem, from every construction from every difficulty, but who, the one who makes it, mandatory upon himself. He always does his default.

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One or the other fella who and whom, and Allah has certainly pardon them who the believers. Yes, they made a mistake. Yes, they did commit some mistakes. And because of that, shavon did manage to make them slip, however, because they're human beings, because there are sincere believers with a court of law who and who, in the love of food and Halle, indeed, a life's forgiving. And he's also highly who is highly one who does not punish immediately.

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And he was from him, and what is his tolerance, that the other person makes a mistake, he does something wrong, but you don't punish immediately you give them time. Sometimes we're just waiting for the other person to make mistakes that we can shout at them. We can take revenge from them. But him is to have some sub is to have some tolerance to tolerate the wrongs of other people. Give them some time

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in the law of a foreign haleem allies forgiving and he's also very forbearing he doesn't hasten punishment against those people who commit errors, who commit mistakes. But he does give them time so that they can realize their mistakes and repent.

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So what did you

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say we should always seek forgiveness, because it's possible that the problems that we're suffering in our lives is because the sins that we have committed in the past is because the sense that we are committing now, it's possible.

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And a person who does so far, he's not going to suffer from anything. I mean, he's not going to suffer any harm by doing this too far.

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Even if a person has not committed a sin, then he is showing humidity before Allah subhanaw taala. And by showing humidity, what is inviting.

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So if you want to wait out of problems, if you want to be out of difficulties, if you're facing a difficulty in your life, a challenge in your life that you feel you cannot deal with, even if it's memorizing the lesson, even if it is coming to school every day, what should we increase in is

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we discuss our problems with people. But again, we don't discuss our problems with the last panel data.

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We go try to take advice from one person and then another person, but we forget to do stuff.

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And we think that we'll do is the Father, you know, after Salah, or when we're free. But the thing is that you can use the heart anytime, wherever you are, in your heart on your tongue, while you're cleaning, while you're walking while you're backing, anytime you can do is to hide, you know, to sit down somewhere, and then do it. You can do it throughout the day.

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And the best thing is that you fix a time for doing this default. For instance, one person choose one thing that, you know, she has fixed a particular they could for the time when she's washing dishes, that is a time when she says a particular thing. Why? Because automatically what's going to happen every time you're going to start that task, you're going to remember that.

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And then you're going to make sure that you do it everyday.

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And the task of the work of washing dishes also becomes easy. What else have you learned?

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For our faults? Well, mistakes, we blame other people. We blame Chevron, yes, other people, they may be blameworthy chiffon is blameworthy, but it doesn't mean that we don't hold ourselves accountable. We also have to hold ourselves accountable.

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chatlin has led us to be so peaceful dude in this in the southern in the heart of a person check on puts the worst. And you will only give him the key to your heart when you are not doing

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because as we know from the heart is that when a person remembers Allah shavon connaissent he goes back. And then as soon as a person is negligent of Allah subhanaw taala then check on comes in this person

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would tell me if you're watching TV for like three hours for two hours? Are you doing the Corolla?

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Are you? No, you're not. And if you spend two hours, three hours, four hours watching TV every single day and you wonder why can't I memorize my lesson? When you're spending four hours without the Corolla, making yourself vulnerable to those hours of SharePoint?

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Are you not going to commit mistakes? Are you not going to deprive yourself of much good then? Yes.

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Many times we say when we're not successful in what we want.

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When we cannot obtain what we desire, despite our efforts, we say okay, this is not decreed for me. It's that person's fault. It's that person's fault. Okay, it's not written for me, it's not decreed for me, so just forget about it. Move on. But why is the Quran not for everyone? Is the Quran not for you? If Allah can give the understanding of Quran to one person, can you not give it to you? Of course you can. But you need to prove yourself worthy of it. And for that you need to check your actions. You need to see how much time you're spending with the book of Allah and how much time you're spending with other things making yourself vulnerable to the service of SharePoint.

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What else do we learn from desire?

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The hypocrites after suffering the loss, what did they say? That If only we had a choice in the matter, in making the decision, we wouldn't have been here we wouldn't have been killed, our companions wouldn't have suffered and saying if opens up the door to children

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and those people for whom that is written somewhere, you will come there. What is this show to us? That that is definitely that we cannot avoid it. So we must prepare for it. This life that Allah has given time is too short. Don't waste it.

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