Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 04 – L051C

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Al-Imran 156-168 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 159-164


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The concept of leniency is essential for individuals to increase their chances of receiving help from Allah and to not give anyone the right to be called. The holy water use in praying for sh mouths and the Shura is emphasized, along with the importance of clarifying language meaning and being recognized as a messenger for one's own safety and well-being. The use of "monster" in relation to the N extraordinary code, the importance of clarifying language meaning, and the use of key phrases in language to remove the bed and improve manners and feelings is emphasized.

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Are we lacking the shade line over James Smith over him?

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We'll begin from a a 159. So the idea

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for the melodrama team in a law he lived in a home. So by the mercy of Allah, so by the mercy from Allah, O Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you are lenient with them.

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We see that the leniency, the gentleness of the prophets of Allah Salah towards his companions is being praised.

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This shows to us the importance of being lenient, and gentle and affectionate towards those who are around us. Many times we are gentle towards strangers. But when it comes to dealing with our own families, when it comes to dealing with our own friends, we think that gentleness is not for them. affection is not for them. But the profits are about a certain he was gentle towards his own companions, those people who with whom he went to the bathroom or had those people with whom he prayed five times a day, those people whom he saw met all day long with them, he was gentle.

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And what does Allah say over here, that it's by the mercy of Allah, that you were gentle towards them?

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We learn about the character of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. For instance, it has been recorded that it has been mentioned in the Torah, that the last messenger anomalisa before when whenever leaving what as a Harbin film as well, when I hear GCB, sejati, Surya, when I came here was

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that the last messenger, he is not rude, false will open default one values are called who is false, the one who is very rude and harsh in his words. So he is not rude, nor is he harsh in heart, nor does he shout in the marketplaces,

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or schouten marketplaces. Someone who doesn't care about strangers, even someone who does not respect other people, and someone who does not have any self respect for himself either. Just imagine somebody in a public place, somebody is rude to them, and they start shouting, they start insulting other people. So the last messenger, he is not the one who shouts in marketplaces who is rude to others in public, nor does he recommends evil with evil, but rather, if he is treated with evil, what does he show kindness.

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We think that if somebody is being rude to us, we have the license to be rude. In return, we have the permission to be rude in return, but what is his quality, that he does not recommend evil with evil, but he would pardon and overlook, he would pardon and overlook these are the qualities of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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We learned from a hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the people of Jenna will be a three kinds who are the

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Adjust successful ruler, a man who shows mercy to his relatives, and a pious believer who has a large family. And he refrained from begging

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the three types of people in general who first of all adjust successful ruler.

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Secondly, a person who shows mercy to his relatives.

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Again, it's very easy to be gentle and merciful and kind towards strangers, but our own relatives, the children of our siblings, our own nieces and nephews, our own cousins, if their children come over to our house, and if they break something of ours, or if they mess something, what is our reaction,

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kind to relatives, merciful towards relatives, and a pious believer who has a large family, and he also refrains from begging.

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So we see that the prophets are allowed to sort of use very lenient, how, in the manner that he spoke to the companions in the way that he dealt with them, and also in his behavior towards them.

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And this is something that is not just mentioned in the Quran, but many people have witnessed to this fact,

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the gentleness, the compassion, the kind treatment of the prophets with a lot of Salah.

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So over here, a lot of penalties encouraging the Prophet, that because you're lenient and it's a great mercy of Allah upon you, therefore, what should you do for our foreign homeless?

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Forgive them and seek forgiveness for them.

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Many times we think that leniency means that you don't hold the other person accountable at all, no matter what they do, don't correct them. This is what we think leniency is that even if the other person is doing something wrong, don't correct them. However, far for and whom, pardon them. This was when meaning the profits what a lot is and I was told to park in the companions although the companions

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had been reprimanded in the Quran at several places, as we have seen all of these is what are they doing by promoting the Companions for their behavior.

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So there has been enough reprimand now, you should pardon them, because you are among them. And if you don't pardon them, then what's going to happen? It's going to make your relationship worse,

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so far from home. So leniency does not mean complete forgiveness and not holding accountable at all. But rather leniency means that you do is love the other person and then you forgive them.

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Many times we do Islam, and we don't forgive the other person, we keep reminding them over and over and over again. We don't let them forget. Over here the profits or losses being gone for our foreign home was still for long because that is true sincerity. That you seek forgiveness for them as well. That Yes, they have done something wrong. Okay, you forgive them. However, what is more serious is that does Allah forgive them for the wrongs that they have done?

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seek forgiveness for them. seek forgiveness for those who are under you.

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What shall we can fill out and also consultant in the affairs meaning and all of the important matters, which are about them, what should you do? You should consult them. Why? Because they will feel more involved. They will gain your trust, they will feel more confident, and you will also get their support.

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We learned that the prophets are about a certain he consulted the companions at the Battle of weather. And Solomon Morris, who was of the unsought he said, Oh Prophet sallallahu sallam, I swear by the one who has sent you with the truth, that if you plunge into the sea, we will also planted with you, and not a single man among us will remain behind. We will not hesitate if you dash against the enemies, for we are firm in war and bold in free. Lead us And may Allah bless us and our mission.

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Why did they respond to the prophets of Allah saddam in this way, because the Prophet consulted with them. He did shoot all with them. When you consult the other person, you win them over on your side. And if you don't consult them, then apparently you may seem to be together. But you're actually divided. Because the other person is going to feel that as to why you did not consult them. Why you did not ask them why you did not take their advice.

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And the prophets or about Islam did not need to take any advice from them at all. Why? He received what he

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if anyone did not need to take advice from his companions, it was him but still is being told shower one fell out Why? Because it's going to improve your relationship.

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It's going to be better for your relationship.

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And we've seen that many times people are living in the same household, but they do not consult one another on important matters. They don't consult one another on important matters and what happens, the gap the rift between parents and children. What happens? It increases. They don't trust one another. They don't ask one another. They're living completely independent lives. And they're living like strangers almost. There's so much of a gap between parents and children sometimes Why? Because there's no Shura. There's no shorter, so shall we won't fill them and take their advice. Do Shula with them. Why? Because it's a means of unity. And also we must do Shura because it's an act of

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obedience to Allah Subhana Allah and His messenger.

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It's an act of obedience. And when a person obeys Allah, when a person obeys the messenger, then obviously what's going to happen? He's going to get the mercy of Allah and with the mercy of Allah inshallah, the group should decide that which is best for them.

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As we know, from the Hadees, that you're the life okonjima the group of people are gathering people who are united together, the hand of Allah is above that, what does it mean by that? That they have to help Allah, they have the assistance from Allah subhanaw taala. So if you individually decide what's going to happen, are you going to have Baraka in that work? No, but if you collectively decide as to what should be done, then what's going to happen, inshallah, there should be blessing from Allah sprinter.

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And as for the etiquettes of consultation of Shura, what are they? What are the etiquettes of Shura that first of all, it should be with regards to matters that are important and about which there is no clear guidance in the Quran and Sunnah.

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For instance, we know from the Quran and Sunnah that we must give sadaqa it's a very virtuous deed. Okay. But we haven't been told with regards to if we should give it to one relative or another relative, one sister, the other sister, let's say, both are close to you. There are siblings. So who should you give to? Who should you give a gift to

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Now, with regards to that matter, you can take advice from your mother, for instance, do you think I should give this to this person or that person?

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Secondly, all those who are affected by that matter, they should be consulted. And thirdly, when you consult, many opinions will come before you, what should you choose?

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What should you choose that which you want

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that which is best for everybody.

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And fourthly, if you are being consulted, then you should give the Shura with honesty, you should be sincere.

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And fifth, that if you give a shoe, right, if you give a suggestion, then you don't force it upon the other person to accept it.

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Many times, we give a suggestion to someone and we want them to accept it. And if they don't accept it, we feel very bad afterwards, we feel very offended. How come they didn't take my suggestion? Why? What's wrong with these people? Why don't they like it? But it's possible that what you've suggested doesn't so far, they don't agree with it. So your job is to only give the suggestion, and it's up to the other person if you accept or not. So don't force your opinion upon the other.

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For either assumpta, then when you have resolved firmly, or sometimes from as our zema, what does it mean, to have a firm resolution about something to be determined

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to be determined about something? Basically, it is a state in which a person is not shaky. He's not doubtful. He's not unsure, he's not uncertain, but rather he has made up his mind that he is going to do something. He's not double minded. He's not unsure, he's not uncertain, but rather he is firm and determined about what he wants to do. And he's also not indecisive.

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You know, sometimes even after making a decision, we're still indecisive.

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For instance, you decide, okay, fine, I'm going to go somewhere, and you're leaving the house, you're putting your shoes on, maybe I shouldn't go when you put your keys back. Like maybe I should go? No, this is not as dumb as him is that when you have decided, when you have made up your mind that this is what you're going to do, then further work. And then trust upon Allah. Don't put your trust in the Shura. Don't put your trust in other people. That because so and so gave me the advice.

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Therefore, this is definitely good for me know, who should you put your trust on.

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And also pataca, Rama, this indicates that once you've made up your mind, then don't change your mind. Don't be confused. Don't be unsure about what you should do.

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Once you've decided that you are going to leave the house at a particular time, then leave. Don't be undecided. Because if you stay undecided what's going to happen, you're going to waste so much time,

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you're going to waste so much time. For example, if you make up your mind that I'm going to leave the house at 715.

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And then you're leaving, maybe actually up to 15 minutes. And then you take so long in trying to get out of the house because you're unsure you pick up your keys, you put your keys on, you put your shoes on, you take them off, what's going to happen, you are going to end up leaving 15 minutes late anyway.

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So those 15 minutes that you were saving, you're going to lose them.

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So when we don't trust on the last panel data after making a decision, then we end up wasting our precious time.

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Therefore, for either as a federal law,

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and the prophets are allowed a sudden when he put on his armor to leave for 100, although some of the companions that came up and decided, Okay, let's just stay inside. What did he say? But it's not correct for a profit that he puts on his armor and takes it off without fighting. So what is this show? But once you've made up your mind, then it's possible that other people come and tell you to do otherwise. And it happens always. Sometimes you consult with other people. And after a decision has been made, somebody else comes and says maybe you shouldn't do this, and you should do that instead. And if you listen to them, but crazy happen, all that time you spent discussing wasted all

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that time you spent preparing wasted an hour again, you'll be in a state of confusion.

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So once you have made up your mind, then don't change your mind. fatawa can Anima

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especially if you've made a decision after Shura, because otherwise you're going to waste your time you're going to waste your time you're going to waste other people's time. Furthermore, Curatola trust upon Allah in the law, your humble matoba Killeen Indeed, Allah loves those people who trust upon him.

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Allah Subhana Allah says Allah tala, I have three Romania token Allah for hospital and whoever relies upon Allah, then Allah is sufficient for him. Allies

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For him,

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then he will not worry afterwards if things don't go as planned

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apart one set either contadora in for contra azima team, if you are there, what is the opinion or decision meaning if you are the one who is going to give a suggestion, if you are the one who is going to make the decision, then what should you do for Convair azima thing, then you should also be one who has determination can a facade he and that are the four indeed the corruption of decision of opinion is that you are indecisive.

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That is the corruption of decision that you make up your mind you decide. But again, you are indecisive. You make a decision, but still you're unsure what's going to happen, there's going to be so much for that, you're going to waste your time you're going to waste other people's time. And many people that faces difficulty, that they are not able to make up their mind about something and then carry out their plan as decided. Many times it happens and happens with small things as well. For instance, you log onto the computer, you turn the internet on, and then you want to check your email. And while something is downloading, what do you do, you open up another link, another

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website. And then you go from there to there to another place to another place. And that thing downloaded like 10 minutes ago, and you end up spending 10 1520 minutes extra.

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So when you are not focused on what you want to do, then you end up wasting your time. Similarly, if you go to the mall, and you know that you have to go to specific store and buy and just pick up one thing, you go to the mall and you see one store, let me see maybe there's something nice there. Maybe there's something new here, whereas you just went to that store like two days ago. But what happens and when we do this, when we go here and there, what happens we waste our time. And time is very precious.

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The problem is that we cannot do the work. Because we want the very best for ourselves. We want the very best for ourselves, we want something which is perfect. For instance, you make up your mind that you're going to buy a particular thing.

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You're going to buy a particular sweater or a particular pair of shoes or something like that.

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And then you see somebody else wearing a different pair of shoes, or a different sweater and you like maybe that's better. Maybe I shouldn't buy that. And you keep changing your mind you buy it, you go return it, or you go exchange it. The thing is that no matter what you get of this dunya it's not going to be perfect. It's not going to be perfect. So why should you waste your time looking for the most perfect thing.

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Because even if you find the most perfect thing, very soon, it's going to get spoiled. It's going to replicate.

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So once you've made up your mind once you see something that is good for you, once you see something that suits your requirements that suits your needs, then just go ahead and do it. Go ahead and take it and then do the walk around. Then Okay fine. I have made this decision according to the best of my knowledge. Now, it is up to a loss of panatela how much he gives me with a feat to benefit from this thing to benefit from this opportunity for the walker Allah trust of Allah, because Allah loves those people who trust upon him.

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Ian Sakuma Allah. If Allah should aid you, fella Holly welcome, then no one can overcome you. If Allah helps you, against your enemy, or against a difficulty that you're facing, like the companions were helped at the Battle of but they were held initially at the Battle of ahead. So if Allah helps you, and by helping over here, what it means is that if Allah decrees Nussle for you, if you decrease victory for you that victory is in your favor. Help is in your favor. Then what's going to happen Fenner hearty welcome, then no one can overcome you.

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violin from Highlander.

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No one can overcome you being no one can defeat you. Nothing at all can harm you. When, if Allah says help is in your favor. If Allah has decreed NASA, in your favor for you, then no one can come and take the Nussle away from you. No one can come and harm you. What a young girl Come and if he forsakes you for a month and let em Soto come in body, then who is it that can come and help you after him? Meaning after Allah has abandoned you?

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Yes, loco is from the roof is hotter than them from the work hotter

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and hotter or his land is administered. What is necessary

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help it. I mean, Adam is the absence of something. So huddle or his land is admin. So it is the absence of help. So basically it is to leave someone on helped. It is to disappoint someone who was expecting help from you.

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Someone who was expecting help from you, you disappoint them. You leave them without help you leave them without any assistance. From the same note as a work huddle. And huddle is someone who deserves his friend. He promises his hell. But then when the friend needs him, what does he do? He desserts, he abandons him.

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For instance, we don't in the call and what can I show you upon who live in San Jose Lula.

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shape on his huddle to the human being how to shave until the human being this buddy, do this wrong action, do that wrong action. And he puts wrong thoughts in the person's mind that do it doesn't matter. So until will save you doesn't matter. You will not be asked about this on the Day of Judgment. But on the Day of Judgment, when a person is held accountable, what is a founder? Does he come and rescue him? No. Does he go and take responsibility? No.

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So we learned that what kind of shape on insanity Hadoop. So Hadoop is one who abandons his friend at a very crucial time, at a very crucial moment. So he will come if he abandons you, meaning if he does not help you, if he does not aid you, if he does not assist you, when you need his help and assistance. If he leaves you from under loading, then who is it, that could be a circle member that could help you after him? Meaning after Allah has forsaken you, meaning there is no helper for you then? What are the life Elliot, our current meaning? So what does this teach us? That upon Allah? Should the believers trust upon a law should the believers trust? What does this show us that

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relying upon Allah to occur? And Allah is a requirement of Eman? Because we're an ally, fairly at our canon movement on the movement on those people who have a man what should they do? upon Allah? Should they trust? Not in themselves? Not under assura? Not in their decision? Not under Resources, but who should they trust upon a loss?

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And before the worker, what should a person do? ties gamble? Do what is required on his part?

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What do you learn from desire? What do we learn from desire?

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Trust in a las panatela before that, from the beginning of the year, what do we learn?

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Only Allah subhanaw taala can help you.

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So this shows that if a person wants help, who should be asked Allah.

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Remember, when you're doing Shura, you're consulting other people, you're not necessarily taking their help. You're only taking their help in deciding what you should do.

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And you can decide what you should do. And after that, you carry out your plan. But you still need help, who's helped a lot help to ensure that your plan works out, the plan that you've made is in your favor. And that is what it is that you trust upon Allah, that he will help you. So the first lesson that we learned from this is that if you want help, who should you seek help from, almost prioritize, and that means you don't depend on anyone else, but you depend on Allah.

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As for sure, that before doing the show, or after doing the show, then we should also pray for a lot of istikhara to seek

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Another very important lesson that we learned from this is that if a person is a believer, then he should seek the help of Allah. How? By doing those actions, that are a means of inviting his help, that are a means of getting a loss of pentos aid. And what are those actions? How can a person get the help of a law practically What should he do to get the help of Allah? Because Allah says that if he helps you only then you will victorious. Nobody can overcome you. And if he abandons you, that's it. You're a loser. So in order to get the help of a law, we have to do something, what is it that we have to do?

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Increase in our ibadah make the law

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stay away from disobedience? Follow this another prophet sallallahu sallam, implement the Quran in our lives is too far. Show humidity turn toward a Lost Planet Allah for everything. Protect yourself from those actions, which are a part of ship. So basically, a person should

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Increase in his worship and should increase in those actions specifically, which Allah as mentioned in the Quran, that invite the help of Allah. What are they? First of all, if loves

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having sincerity being sincere to Allah soprano

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we learn instead of the note I have 55 why the lover Latina M and woman come while amilo slowly hurt their stuff refund the home field of camasta fella denim and cabling allowance promised those people who believe among you, and do righteous deeds, what as he promised that he will definitely give them authority in the earth, just as those before them were given authority, meaning he will make them victorious in the earth who those people who believe and do righteous actions. And we know that in both Eman and Amarillo sila, what is a major condition. If Laos and when a person has a class, then he increases in his Eman And then he increases in his own bed as well.

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Secondly, a comment is further establishing the Salah many times when we're in a difficult situation, what do we do? We spend so much time doing other things that we neglect Salah we don't give much importance to Salah. But the fact is that if you perform your job properly, then you're actually increasing the chances of getting help from Allah soprano.

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Thirdly, ito zurka, giving the sucker

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meaning performing the obligations. And fourthly an honorable maroof when you hear the Mancha

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commanding that which is right and forbidding that which is wrong, what's the evidence for these three points, that you come to Salah Ito Sokka and what we learn when you hear Mancha, it brings the help of Allah, we don't insult the hedge. I have 40 and 41 we have lots of hands, Allah says when a young children Allahu Mei and solo and surely Allah will definitely help the one who helps him in the law Hannah Korean Aziz Indeed, Allah is surely strong and he's alternating and levina in mcconnelsville, only a camo salata what was the character? What Mr. RUBIN maruf. When a whoa are you?

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Who are those people who help Allah? Who are those people who help the cause of Allah? Those people whom if we give authority to them, what are they going to do? A common Salah, they're going to establish the salah, what was the care and they're going to give this occur? And thirdly, what Mr. open mouth what

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when are in difficult situations, what do we forget

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Salah, we forget other people, the needs of other people. And also, we are so concerned about ourselves that we say other people can find their own business, I don't have anything to do with them. And we forget to do and what have been my love and the hatred.

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But what is the show that if you want the help of a lot, increase in your a better, be more conscious and then you will get the help of Allah.

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Similarly, when a person works for the cause of Allah, when a person supports the deen of Allah, then he gets the help of Allah in terms of the law her young son can if you help a lot, then allow will help you. Well I am sold on the Maho my answer Oh, Allah will surely help the one who helps him.

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If you want the help of Allah with regards to anything, maybe your health, maybe wealth, maybe marriage, maybe children, if you want the help of Allah what should you do? Help the deen of Allah. Serve the deen of Allah.

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And obviously, our Nia and serving the deen of Allah should not just be so that we can, you know have children or we can have money or we can get married or something like that. No, that should not be the primary near. That's just a bonus that says the bonus from Allah.

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another very important lesson that we learned from the size

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That one he will come and if he forsakes you for months and let em Soto come in bardi Then who is it that can come and help you after him? Meaning after Allah has abandoned you, if Allah abandons you, then who is it that can help you?

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So if a person does those actions that deprive him from the help of Allah, then he is left abandoned. He is left alone. Nobody can help him. No one can help him. No power of this dunya no force, no king, no president, no money, no cure, nothing at all can help him if Allah abandons a person,

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so we should be careful. And we should stay away from all of those things that deprive us from the help of Allah soprano, Darla, and what are they? We learned from the previous if either for shooting what an Azhar to film? What are

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these three things they lead to? They lead to what depriving a person from the help of a

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former can Alina begin and Yola It is not possible that any Prophet would act unfaithfully woman was known yet dvml Hola, yo malkia and whoever betrays whoever takes something unlawfully will come with what he took on the Day of Resurrection. So much warfare colonna, America, Sabbath wahome law, US law moon, then every soul will be fully compensated for what it earned and they will not be wronged.

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woman can Alina been it is not for a profit, meaning it is not possible. It is not allowed, it cannot be imagined.

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And remember, I mentioned to you earlier that McKenna gives a sense of either Qadri or Sheree or both, Audrey, meaning it's not possible. It doesn't happen like this.

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And chattery it is not permissible. It is not allowed. So it can never be imagined. Why? Because it's not possible that a Prophet would do such a thing. Similarly, it is not allowed for a prophet to do such a thing. So don't think like this about Him and obey him any profit at all. What? That hola that he would deceive

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the word your whole is from newsletters line, lamb lamb. And the word holla literally means to insert something. What does it mean to insert something, when something is inserted, in the other? What happens? It is hidden, it is concealed. For instance, you insert a piece of paper in an envelope, that piece of paper is going to be concealed, it is going to be hidden. So literally the word of Allah means to insert something and then it's used for concealing, hiding it is to act unfaithfully and deceive someone that you pretend that you don't have something but you actually have it.

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You pretend that you don't have something but you actually have it. You pretend that you haven't taken anything, but you have actually taken something, you pretend that you don't have anything in your heart, but you actually have it in your heart.

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So by conceding what is the person doing, he is deceiving the other. He shouldn't have it, he shouldn't keep it, which is why he is hiding it from the other person. And the word alone is used for piano, treachery, betrayal. And it's used in three ways. First of all, it is used for any kind of piano, for example, you give something to someone to keep for some time, you share a secret with them, and they let it out. So this is what deception.

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Secondly, a rule is also used for stealing something from the public Treasury and hiding it with oneself.

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So for example, there is something that belongs to public Treasury, for example, a person works at a particular place. And there are some materials that belong to that place, you're not allowed to take them home, for example, paper, stationery, the paper is there Why? So that you can print documents that are work related? Not that you take them home and give them to your children?

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So what is it I know that a person takes paper from work and he takes it home? Is he going to tell his boss is he? No, he's not going to. So he's hiding that particular object. And he's also deceiving. So he is doing cleona with regards to what with regards to public Treasury.

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Thirdly, it is also used for a grudge that a person concealed in his heart.

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What is it used for

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a grudge or bad feelings that a person concealed in his heart that he

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pretense that there are no ill feelings in his heart, but actually is artists full of ill beings for the other person. On the surface, he smiles. On the surface, he's very nice. But inside, he's extremely upset. He's extremely angry. So holla alone, what is it, to deceive the other, to hide something with oneself, to keep it with oneself when you don't have the right to do so. And you show to the other that you don't actually have it.

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So over here, we are being told that it's not possible that a Prophet would ever hide something that he would ever deceive. What does this mean?

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First of all, it has been understood as that he would hide something in the matter of the spoils of war.

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We learned earlier that the archers who had been appointed at the top of the mountain, they left their positions Why?

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Because they wanted booty,

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before son, whoever got whatever belong to them. There was no law.

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Whenever an army was being defeated, and your army was being victorious, you run to the battlefield and you collect whatever that you can, whatever you call it belongs to you.

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It's like for instance, if you go for a treasure hunt, whatever treasures you find they belong to you. So this was the law before Islam.

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After Islam, when the Prophet said about Islam came, the people were not allowed to keep anything of the booty with themselves. Everything that they collected, was supposed to be deposited in the public Treasury. And from there, it was distributed among the people with other

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so they left their positions why, in order to get hold of the booty, because they feared if we don't go, we're not gonna get anything. If we stay up here, we're not going to get anything. So this ayah was revealed that a woman can enter begin a u haul, it's not possible that a Prophet would ever keep all of the booty for himself and would not give you it's not possible, then why did you leave your posts? Why don't you know about the law of Islam, that a person does not keep everything that he finds, but rather, whatever that a person finds from Battlefield to the last needle to the last bin, he has to deposit it in the public Treasury. Nobody can hide it, nobody can keep it with himself.

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It's not possible that a messenger would do such a thing.

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Secondly, one I can only be in a hole, it is said that this is with regards to conveying the way conveying the message.

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Because the Prophet of Allah, he was commanded that he should convey everything that is given to him into North America is 67 we learn Yeah, you have lasuna Bella, en de la la cama Robic, all messenger announced, convey all of that which has been revealed to you from your lawyer, meaning you cannot conceal anything, you cannot hide anything. You see when it comes to a difficult situation, and we have to tell the other person about what Allah has said, many times we stay quiet. Why? Because we're afraid.

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But the prophets are allowed Islam was not allowed to stay quiet, he was supposed to convey, which is why even though he knew that, if he was to say, the karma of the head, what would happen, people will start persecuting him, people will start opposing him, still, he had to convey the message. So over here, we're being told that it's not possible, that a prophet of Allah would ever deceive that a prophet of Allah would ever hide the way that is revealed to him. No, he will convey it, he must convey it it is not permissible for him. And it cannot be imagined that he would do such a thing. When were you alone? And whoever deceives What does it mean by the saves, that whoever takes up the

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public Treasury, and he keeps it with himself, or woman, that whoever hide something in his heart, whoever conceal the grudge, or some negative feeling in his heart, or woman, that whoever hides the truth with himself and does not tell other people about it? What's going to happen yet DB mal Allah Yokoyama, he will bring that which he concealed, when, on the day of judgment, that which he deceived about, he will bring it on the Day of Judgment with himself. So for instance, if it's something of the public Treasury that he stole, then he will bring it, he will bring it actually physically he will bring that object.

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Similarly, if it's any piano that he did, that also will come with him on the Day of Judgment, that if there is any hatred, any negative feeling, any jealousy, any envy, any grudge that he's concealing in his heart, how long will you consider it for on the day of judgment? It will be exposed because the day of judgment in so it's a barrage i a two and three return? Well, Yeoman mo road

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Share, he didn't want my shoot, by the promise day. And by the showerhead who is shy one who observes and mush hood, one who is observed.

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So a person will bring that which he conceal that which he stole that which he deceived about that which he concealed in his heart, he will bring it on the Day of Judgment, and it will be exposed before the entire man guide.

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It will be displayed before everyone will share he didn't want to shoot. Why? For two reasons. First of all, for our what does our mean? embarrassment

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so that such a person is embarrassed on that day.

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And secondly, for the purpose of punishment, that just imagine if a person does Lulu of a camel, or an animal, something big, or one thing here, another thing here, one pen here and other pen there. It doesn't belong to you. You're not supposed to take it home. But you keep taking these little little things. And on the Day of Judgment, you have to carry it for those 50,000 years. Isn't that a form of punishment? Of course it is. When you're waiting somewhere your own purse, no matter how small it is, it becomes a big burden. So on the Day of Judgment, when people will have to carry all that they store, it will be a means of punishment for them. While many of us don't yet DBMS Allah,

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Yama, PM, whoever deceives he will bring that which he received about on the Day of Judgment.

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And man over here refers to anyone other than the prophets, because the prophets, they don't do Hulu. They cannot do Hulu, they do not do Hulu, it's other people. So anyone no matter how righteous he may seem,

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no matter who he is, even if he is the Amir, even if he is the leader, even he is the in charge and he knows that he's not supposed to take something home. And if he takes it, he's going to have to bring it on the Day of Judgment.

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When you have lulea dvml Honda, Yamaha piano, Sonata warfare Kowloon FC Mikasa, that that then every knifes every person will be given in full, all that it earned, Makkah Sabbath, whatever it earned, every person will be given the recompense of the actions that he committed, or whom lays the moon and they will not be treated unjustly. Who the people, no one is going to be wrong. Why? Because well, Mel bucola lamb and Lila are lead. And your Lord is not ever unjust to his servants. So that firstly that I have 46 Well, they're usually more of buka header and your Lord does not do injustice to anyone. He does not do injustice to anyone sort of God, I have 49

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I'm gonna learn who he said. But during the Battle of hybrid, several companions with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam came to him and they said so and so died as a martyr. So and So died as a Shaheed when they mentioned a certain man that had died as well that had been killed in the battle, that he has been martyred. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said, No, he is not a Shaheed I have seen him in the fire. Why? Because of a robe that he stole from the booty, a shawl, a robe that he stole from the booty because of that, where is he in the fire in the punishment.

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So if anyone steals from the public Treasury, from something that does not belong to Him, it actually belongs to everyone. It's public property, whether he steals it or he harms it, he destroys it in any way. He is going to be held accountable on the Day of Judgment.

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How that first of all, he will have to bring that thing along with him on the Day of Judgment. We learn from a hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, by him in whose hand my life is, whoever takes anything from the resources of the cat unlawfully, the interpreter has been collected, and it has to be distributed among the people who deserve the cat. So anyone comes and takes off does a cat unlawfully, he will carry it on his neck on the Day of Resurrection.

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If it is a camel that he stole, it will be granted. If a cow it will be moving. And if a sheep it will be bleeding meaning the person will not just have to carry the animal on his neck. But the animal will also be making noise so that everyone's attention goes to him. embarrassment, humiliation.

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The profits are about us Adam Dunn raised his hands till we saw the whiteness of his armpits and he said thrice Oh Allah, haven't I conveyed your message.

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He lifted up his arms really high. And he said Oh Allah, have I not conveyed your message meaning I have conveyed

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A message from another Hadees we learned that the learner he said that the prophets are about Islam God amongst us. And you mentioned Hulu and he emphasized its magnitude. He then said, I will not like to see anyone among you under their resurrection, carrying a grunting camera over his neck. Such a man will say, Oh Allah, His Messenger, intercede on my behalf. And I will say, I cannot intercede for you with Allah, for I have conveyed the message to you. I will not like to see anyone of you coming on the Day of Resurrection while carrying a winning horse over his neck. Such a man will be saying Oh, Allah's Messenger, intercede on my behalf. And I will reply, I cannot intercede

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for you with Allah, for I have conveyed the message to you. I will not like to see any of you coming on the Day of Resurrection, while carrying clothes that will be fluttering. Even the clothes that a person has stolen, they'll be fluttering so that they make noise. And the man will say, oh, Allah's Messenger, intercede for me. And I will say I cannot help you with that, for I have conveyed the message to you. I will not like to see any one of you coming on the Day of Resurrection, while carrying gold and silver on his neck, gold and silver. This person will say all as messenger intercede for me. And I will say I cannot help you with Allah, for I have conveyed the message to

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What is this? How are these dollars,

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that if something does not belong to you, if it belongs to the public Treasury, you have no right to steal it, you have no right to take it home, you have no right to destroy it, you have no right to spoil it.

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And if a person does so he will be held accountable on the Day of Judgment.

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And even if he goes to the profits are allowed to sue them for the profit sort of artisan will refuse to help. I cannot intercede for you.

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Many times, it's not just from public Treasury, something that isn't the institute or something that is in the mustard that people spoil or destroy or steal from. But sometimes it's also from marketplaces, from stores, that there's a rack of chocolate bars, nobody's going to see it just quickly, slide it in your pocket,

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whoever steals and especially one that follows Fianna with regards to public Treasury, something that doesn't belong to you, but belongs to the entire community. So for example, if a person goes to, you know, a hospital, he goes to a public area, he goes to the masjid, and he steals the slippers from there, because they're so nice and comfortable. You know, I wonder sometimes how often the bathroom slippers have to be replaced? Where do they go? Where do they go? If a person cannot find their shoes is okay, let's just take the worships the person. That's public Treasury.

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And I'm sure nobody wants to hold that on the day of judgment on his neck.

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Whoever hides whoever concealed whoever deceives whoever steals of the public Treasury, he will bring it on his back on the Day of Judgment.

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So first of all, we learned from this ayah that the prophets are no longer sudden he conveyed everything. Because a prophet, he does not deceive with regards to the booty and also with regards to the message that he is to convey.

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Also, we learned that when a person deceives people, you should remember that nothing is hidden from Allah, you can pretend that you have good feelings in your heart. But if you're keeping an entertaining and growing and your ill feelings against someone, Allah knows about it. And on the Day of Judgment, it will be brought forth in sort of calfire 49. Well, what do you do man? I mean, who held the law, and they will find whatever they present before them? What ever a person did, whether it is the chairman of the club? Or does the envelope, the burden, any action that a person committed, he will find it present before him on the Day of Judgment.

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Often we learn from this, that when I can only be in a new home, it's not permissible. And it cannot be imagined that a prophet of Allah would ever do. What does this teach us? That if a prophet of Allah is not allowed to do this, what about his followers? What about his followers? Are they allowed to do Who knows? No, they're not. It is more incumbent upon them to stay away from this

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FMLA when Allah combat or be Sahaba Amina law

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will be accepted, sell mostly. So is one who pursues the pleasure of Allah, like one who brings upon himself the anger of Allah, and whose refuge is hell? And wretched is the destination. FM, Anita?

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Allah subhanaw taala is asking us a question. Think about it. Are these two people the same? And this question this is different is of income. meaning they're not the same. They cannot be made the same. They can

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not be considered the same, their end is not the same, their way of life is not the same. So make sure that you distinguish between these two characters who, first of all, Manitoba is

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the one who followed the pleasure of

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it, Tara, is to follow, to pursue, to go after something over here it ever gives a sense of he pursued, meaning this is his goal. This is what he's following. This is what he's striving to achieve, what reward Allah, the pleasure of Allah. That one is used for considerable, much happiness, a lot of approval.

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So this person doesn't just want to let you be happy with him. But he wants to Las panatela to be very happy with him. You know, what is that a person says, Okay, I just want to be able to survive. But this is not that I just wanted to survive, but rather, I want to make Allah happy with me. I want that Allah should be happy with me. So the one who pursues? That is one of Allah meeting, His goal is to get the pleasure of Allah. What is this person going to do? He's going to obey Allah. He's not going to do Hulu. He is not going to deceive with regards to the public Treasury, nor is he going to hide the truth, nor is he going to keep ill feelings in his heart.

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How is he activated when Allah by not doing Hulu?

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Also, by obeying Allah subhanaw taala by being obedient to Allah.

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And he has also been said, that Manitoba when Allah it specifically refers to those companions, who went along with the prophets of Allah certain for hood. Because we learned that the men African, what did they do? halfway through? They went back 300 of the hypocrites, they went back halfway through. So the one who pursues the pleasure of Allah, can he be Carmen bear or be Sahaba minima? Can he be like the one who returns who incurs the anger of Allah.

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But from the root letters, bow Hamza, we have done the word bear earlier.

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About Oh below, there'll be minimal, that they incurred upon themselves. So man bear, meaning the one who returned with the anger of Allah meaning he incurred the anger of Allah he did something which brought the anger of Allah subhanaw taala upon him.

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This is a new word for anger, we have done the word veils, and we have also done the word hodel.

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Then there is also the word stop. So what is the first level of anger, you can see the first degree

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and it's used for this pleasure and disapproval.

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It is to be upset with someone, it is to be disappointed with someone because of what they have done.

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And generally, sahak is someone who is older, or someone who is higher in his degree, he feels sahab towards someone who is younger than him or toward someone who is lower than him in degree. So, for example, a parent has a heart for the child, the teacher has a heart for a student,

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similarly, a boss, he has a heart for his employee. So, this is the type of anger that Socrates then comes rails and what is life? What is life what type of anger is that?

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rage is that when you become so upset when you're so angry, that it shows on you You show emotion, a person reacts in some way or the other For example, He starts shouting and starts yelling.

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And then there is a lot of other ways it turns into taking revenge or inflicting some kind of punishment. So, so what is the first level or the first degree of anger? So come in by the Sahaba minima, like the one who incurred the anger of Allah? Who does it refer to?

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First of all, the one who does? The one who deceives with regards to public Treasury,

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or the one who disobeys Allah subhanaw taala Manitoba, Diwan Allah Who is he?

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The Meteor The one who does the one who is obedient, Mumbai Avi Sahaja min Allah Who is he actually the one who disobeys and secondly, it has been said that in particular refers to those hypocrites who stayed behind or who went back to Medina, who did not go with the prophets are allowed Islam for the battle.

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Well, not Lola Johanna. And his abode is Hellfire, who is about his Hellfire member of Isa homina la where it said must lead and what a terrible how bad it is, as the destination. What a terrible destination it is. The word must leave us on the roof after saw the other side I assume is to return from one state

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to another and mostly is the place of return destination, a place where one arrives. So what a terrible place it is to arrive it.

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What do we learn from this is

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that the person who obeys Allah and the person who disobeys Allah. They're not the same in their actions, in their manners, as well as in their end. They're not the same.

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But many times, we don't differentiate between the two, which is why we think it is okay to disobey Allah. Or if somebody is disobeying Allah, we say, let them It's okay. No big deal. But the fact is that a person who obeys a line a person who does not obey Allah, they cannot be the same. obedience to Allah is not like disobedience to Allah, they're completely different. And if we realize this difference, then we wouldn't consider disobedience to Allah. Okay? We wouldn't approve of it.

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We don't insulate the such that I 18 fm and can move in and come and kind of physical layer stone, then is the one who is a believer, like one who is defiantly disobedient. They're not equal layer stone.

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Because both of them are living differently. Both of them are acting, they're behaving differently. So why should their end be the same? It cannot be the same.

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Without any sort of thought. I have 20 8am nazjatar Latina, Amma nuwara, middle sila haired girl, move city NFL up. I'm never alone with the pinnacle for job. It's not fair. Should we treat those who believe and do righteous deeds, like those who spread corruption in the earth? Those people who believe in the righteous deeds? Should they be made the same as those people who do facade in the earth? Is that fair? No. Someone who studies for an exam and somebody doesn't study for the exam? Is it fair that both of them are given the same Mark? No, it's unfair? Or should we treat those who fear Allah, like those who are wicked, someone who has the kavala and someone who commits a lot of

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sin, can they be the same, they cannot be the same.

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So we should realize that these two characters, these two behaviors are completely different.

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In the law, there are varying degrees in the sight of Allah, Allahu buslee, it'll be my arm alone, and Allah is seeing of whatever they do. Home garage,

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doesn't refer to home refers to those people money the value of one member and member visa minima. The people reading two different types of people do different types of characters. They are Donna Johnson in the law, meaning they are the Buddha Raja in the law. They have different the project in the sight of Allah. They are not at the same Raja, they are not at the same level. They're not at the same rank, but rather, they vary in their ranks. They vary in their positions in the sight of Allah. So one who pursues that is one of Allah. Here's the Raja is high.

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And one who there be Sahaja minima. Here's the Roger is very low. Hum Dora jaton. In the law,

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this has been understood in another way as well. That home refers to those who those who provided one, meaning those who follow those who pursued that it won't have a law.

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They have different dollar jack in the sight of Allah. What does he mean by this? That according to the obedience of a person, according to the commitment of a person, according to how much he is pursuing the pleasure of Allah, his degree will be different.

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There are many people who are believers, but are all of them going to be the same level of gentlemen know the levels are going to vary?

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So for instance, there is a person who prays his Salah with her Sure. And there is a person who prays Allah, which are crucial. Should they have the same dorada

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there's someone who prays the center and there's another person who does not pray this and

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there's someone who fasts more. And there's someone who does not fast that often. Okay, both are believers, both are pursuing the red line of law. But again, they will vary in their diligence. They will differ in their diligence, depending on how much they have done, depending on their sincerity, depending on their words, depending on their actions, home the raw data in the law.

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And this has been understood in another way as well. That one refers to those people who were besotted minima who have incurred the anger of Allah. They also are not of the same the Roger

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in the Hereafter, you see, there are levels of disbelief, there are levels of hypocrisy, there are levels of disobedience to Allah. The more disobedient a person is, the more hypocritical a person is, the worse his level will be in the hereafter.

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You know, there are Dada jet in general. And there are there are cats that are cat in Hellfire there is used for a level or a rank that goes upwards that ascends and the rocket the rocket are those that take you to lower levels. So, for instance, if a person has three traits of hypocrisy, his level is going to be worse than the one who has one trait of hypocrisy. So wonder Rajasthan are in the law, there are varying degrees in the sight of Allah will be my art Moton. And Allah is seeing of whatever they're doing, every action that we do allies watching us, so he knows what rank we deserve, what status we deserve, what position we deserve, in the hereafter. What does this if

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teachers don't just try to do good in order to survive, but Excel so that you can have a greater rank, a higher rank in the sight of Allah?

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And how can a person have a higher rank in the sight of Allah?

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How what is the ayatollahs Manitoba, is one of the more a person pursues. That is one of the more a person tries to make a law happy.

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One is that you say, Okay, I just pray default, for this fourth, Sunday sermon, nothing is nothing. What is necessary is that I should just pray for that. Okay, you pray for, but you're in that survival mode right now.

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If you want to make Allah happy, if you want to be pleased with you, what are you gonna do? You're gonna pray, son, if you want to learn to be more happy, you're gonna pray knuffel. So this ayah teaches us that when we deprive ourselves of doing good of obeying Allah, or doing more righteous deeds, we're actually depriving ourselves of the Rajat in the hereafter.

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of higher ranks in the hill,

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we see, the second is dunya. When you enroll yourself, in a university in a school, in a particular semester, are you just graded on one thing, that at the end of the semester, you will just have one exam, and that's your final mark. No one has seen all that you have done throughout the year, your assignments, your projects, your attendance, your performance, your class participation, all of these things are marked. The more you have done, the higher your grade will be, the less you have done, the lower your grade will be. For the same thing in the after,

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that the more a person has done, the better his rank will be, the better his grade will be in general. And the less a person has done off, following of pursuing the return of a law, the lower his rank will be. It's up to us what rank we want, what the Raja we want, what grade we want.

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It happens that when you are doing more, when you have increased in your other than in times when your demand is not that strong, or in times when you're extremely busy, you can say, then what happens you only leave the extra that you're doing, you don't leave what is mandatory upon you. And if a person is doing just the bare minimum, that he's also going to leave that bare minimum, he's going to end up losing, he's going to end up stopping that bare minimum.

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And associaton comes to us he doesn't tell us don't press holla What does he say? Okay, leave the sooner

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you can leave the sooner and then eventually leave the fog

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and a long rainy, or with a beat relock I'm in Salt Lake.

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And this reminds us was Sadie or a llama filati mirrabooka. Jonathan, rush towards run towards it how by increasing in your event by increasing in your acts of obedience.

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When it comes to the NEA, we don't want a lower level for ourselves. We don't like it at all. And if you are given a lower level, you feel so bad. But when it comes to the asset, if you That's okay, no big deal. But on the day of judgment and people are being given their thorough job, then it'll be a big deal. But it'll be too late to change anything.

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Now is the time to do something to get a higher level India.

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And it depends on the attitude. There are some people who want to excel in whatever they do and there are some people who just want the bare minimum just to get by.

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And this is their attitude when it comes to studying when it comes to working when it comes to things

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When it comes to doing anything in life, and it also affects the

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La demon Allahu Allah has certainly conferred a great favor. Manga is from the room flappers meme new noon.

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And the word man is used for a huge favor, a great favor that is shown to someone. And it's also used for a favor, whose benefits are endless, whose benefits are unlimited. So for instance, in the Quran, return fellow home agilon or euro mamnoon, they will have an answer that is vital mamnoon that is not going to be cut off, it's going to be endless. Because money literally means to cut something. So it's never going to be cut off.

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And the word man is also used for reminding another person about a favorite that has been shown to them, which is what we learned in total Bukhara. The Latinos are the cortical bill money while other however, everywhere the word man has been used, it doesn't mean favor or it doesn't mean reminding the other favor.

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Sometimes it's just one meaning over here nakada Mandela, meaning Allah has shown a great favor, a huge favor, he has bestowed a great blessing upon who I mean upon the believers. And which blessing is is that Allah has bestowed on the believers, the blessing of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and unlock meaning you haven't mentioned over here, because this favor was exclusively for the believers, and not for other than that, because for the disbelievers, they do not recognize his great blessing. They do not recognize the Messenger of Allah sorry about his element don't recognize him as a huge favor of Allah, which is why they don't acknowledge Him, and they find no harm in opposing him. And they find no harm in abandoning this blessing either. So because they have abandoned, they have not recognized this huge blessing that Allah Subhana Allah has given, they have deprived themselves of the benefit of this huge favor.

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So the other man Allahu islandwood, meaning meaning exclusively on the believers, Allah has bestowed this blessing. They are the only ones who benefit from this blessing that Allah has given

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which blessing his birth a few him will have saw them mean unfussy him when he has sent a messenger fee him in them men and forced him among themselves. Meaning the messenger is from them.

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What does he mean by this the messenger is from them. It bar the feed him Rasulullah min unfussy him What does he mean by this?

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This has been understood in two ways. First of all, that men unfussy him from themselves. This is hos meaning it refers to the Arabs in particular, that the messenger was sent PHY him in them, and he was men and forcing him. He was one of them, meaning he was an Arab as well. He had the same lesson. And this was a huge blessing that was conferred upon the Arabs in particular, we learn in sort of Juma Ayah to koala the birth of Phil or mean or Sudan been home. Yet Lu la you

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It will use or kill him when you're in Lima homolka terrible heck matter. We're in Canada in Cabo de Fuca movie. It is here who has sent among the unlettered machine. So yes, the profits are about a salon. He was sent as a Rama Dallara mean, he is a guide. He's a leader of all of the believers, but specifically for the Arabs, in sending the Prophet sort of autism to them, that he was often there was a huge blessing for the Arabs. How is it a blessing for the Arabs? How is it a fair for the Arabs in particular, that first of all, he was not a stranger to them. He was not a stranger to them. His NASA was well known to them. And because of that, there was no unfamiliarity. You see, in

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the Arabs, if a person belonged to a different tribe, a different tribe, a different area, there would be some degree of animosity, or there will be some degree of you can say, strangeness, which would make people uncomfortable with each other. So the fact that he was one of them, the fact that he was well known to them, the fact that he was an Arab and not a non Arab, this was a huge blessing. Secondly, it was a blessing. Why? Because they were aware of him from before. They knew I was truthfulness. They knew of his honesty, they knew I was trustworthiness. And therefore it was much easier for them to recognize him as a messenger. Because just imagine if a stranger just walked

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into Mecca one day, and he said, I'm messenger of Allah, believe in me and follow me. They have no idea who he is, what his background is, what qualities he has. So the fact that they knew him from before made it much easier for them to recognize him as a messenger. Thirdly, that because he was one of them, he spoke the same language, he had the same culture. Therefore, communication was easier. Understanding the messenger was also easier.

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Because just imagine if somebody comes to you, they don't speak the same language, their culture, their background is completely different than trying to explain your deen to you something that matters to your dunya and also after, it would be so difficult. So it was a huge favor, that the messenger was one of them, spoke the same language had the same culture. And also it was a big favor for the Arabs. Why the fourth reason is that the coming of the messenger from them was a means of honor for them.

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It was a means of great honor for them.

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Arabic, people love it. People wish they could speak it. People try so hard to learn it.

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Similarly, the Arab culture, the Arabic language people look up to the Muslims, they look up to they respected. Why? Because the Prophet sort of Auto Salon was also from the Arabs. So it was a Fenian Rasulullah Minh unfussy him. Secondly, it has been said that unfussy him does not just refer to the Arabs, but rather it means from among human beings, that the messenger, he was a human being, he was not an angel. He was not some other creation. But he was a human being, thus making it easier for the people to accept Him, to relate to him, to learn from him, to understand him.

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You know, when you learn that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was a father, he was a husband, he was a teacher, he was a friend, you can relate to him much better. And imagine if the Prophet was an angel, what would people say, Oh, that's an angel. We can never be like him. And we have been taught to do it the bearer of the messenger. And you can only do it. If someone who is like you is also a human being. You can walk in the same way and get reward, you can smile in the same way and get reward. You can say the same words and get reward. So it's a huge favor of a loss of final data, that the messenger was a human being.

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And what did this messenger do?

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Yet Lou I lay him at he recites the verses of a loss of handle data upon them upon who upon the people yet know is from the lava. And what does the lava mean? recitation and remember the talaia clue, till one also means to follow. It also means to follow to go after. So it's not just reading, but it is to read to recite with the understanding with the comprehension that follows what you read.

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So yet know our aim it and remember the three types of devour

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First of all, to our lovely

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to recite the words so the prophets are about Islam recited the Ayat of Allah Subhana Allah

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Of how, in the exact same way that they were recited to him,

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the way that Julian recited the Quran to him the same way the prophets are about a sudden recited the Quran to the Sahaba.

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Secondly, Monrovia, what does he mean by that? That you clarify the meanings as well. you clarify the meanings as well, that people understand the meaning.

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And thirdly, hook me or I'm earlier that found the ayat, you also derive the rulings. You also understand what is halal and what is wrong. So the prophets are allowed Islam did not just read the is to the companions, but he also explained their meaning to them. And he also showed them that this hurco this ruling, we learned from such and such Ayah which is why we will find that in many other Hadees, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam explained something he mentioned something and then he read in I have the

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we learned sort of the natural eye of 44, we're under like a dekra littlebyte unit a nassima and Musee de la, we have revealed that they call upon you so that you may make known to the people you may clarify to the people what has been revealed to them.

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So the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he didn't just recite the words of the Quran, but he also explained the meanings to them. He also explained the rulings that could be derived from the Quran.

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And one of the prophets are allowed us to recite the Quran to the people when

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in Salah. Similarly, in the hotbar, into Morocco, and other occasions, he would recite the Quran to them in different modalities in the gatherings. So yet through RNA him at he, he would recite the Quran to them,

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why is a key him and he would also purify them, use a key for newsletters a calf, well, from the word deskew. What does this mean? purification and remember the two parts of purification, first of all clear, to remove the bed to get rid of the filth. And then thirdly, to adorn to beautify.

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So, it is to get rid of the filth and it is to beautify and adorn with goodness.

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So, use a key him he also purified them

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and does care is of two types, tangible and intangible,

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tangible and intangible what is tangible physical test gear. So, for example, the prophet SAW the Lotus Adam topless however, about the Sahara the purification of the body.

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For instance, he taught to people as to how to do will do before Salah they should take a looser after Geneva. Similarly, they should get rid of Naja all of this is what the teachings of the prophets are allowed. So cutting the nails trimming the nails What is this, of the Sunnah, removing the unnecessary hair of the body that is what bajada so use a key in the tangible sense secondly, in the intangible sense. So for example, a person has bad habits, bad luck, wrong up the hypocrisy. So he replaced them with good manners and habits with the correct belief with the correct thoughts with correct feelings about a loss of data.

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And ultimately, outward sense that if a person has been doing bad actions, they were replaced with good actions. So for example, if people spoke lies, now they were speaking truth. If people broke their promises, now they were fulfilling their promises.

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