Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 05 – L063D

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The concept of sin is discussed, including its causes and consequences, such as loss of penalty and forgiveness for actions and mistakes. sinful actions can lead to sinful acts, such as blending small sin into one's life and causing harm. It is emphasized that individuals must learn to climb and not just recite the word, as small sin can lead to double sin and harm. The need for individuals to learn to climb and not just recite the word is emphasized.
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Well, my yarmulke blue and a yellow limb left. So who? And whoever does it wrong? Whoever does something. So what is

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an evil action? A bad action? Something bad?

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I notice the word suing isn't a killer? What does it mean? Any kind of suit? Any kind of suit? So whoever does any suit any kind of sin? So for example, in the story of trauma, what happened, that he falsely accused the Jews for the piano that he had committed? Similarly, his people, the people have to remember what did they do? They supported him in the wrong area done.

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So many amatsu and whoever does something so Oh, yelling nappsa, who are he does upon himself, he does him upon himself. What does he mean by this? So as mentioned, and load him upon himself, as mentioned. So by itself, if it's mentioned separately, if it's the only word that is mentioned, that it means anything, any kind of thing. But over here, Sue is mentioned and zoom upon oneself, as mentioned.

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So long upon oneself refers to those sins whose effect is limited to the sinner himself, alone.

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And so refers to those sins whose effect is on others.

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So for example, when therma accused the Jew, what was that? So he was affecting someone else? Yes, limb enough. So he was also harming himself how, by again,

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so many amatsu and Oh, yagnam have several, some minor stuff in there. And then he seeks forgiveness from a lot for what for the suit, or the loan that he has committed up to the level of food or human, he will find a lot Forgiving and Merciful. And what do we do, when we have done something wrong? Even if it's something very small, we try to defend ourselves, we try to justify the wrong that we have done. And we cover and we hide. And we lie, and we accuse others, we blame others, we come up with stories. And we forget that if we accept if we confess, and we seek forgiveness from Allah, that is much easier. It is much better, it is less complicated. And if you try to hide your

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sin, that really is complicated. I mean, what's the big one is that you've done something wrong and you try to hide, hide, hide, hide? Is it really going to help you? No. But if you see forgiveness from a loss of penalty, look at what a loss of parents are losing? Yeah, do they learn?

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What's stopping you discover for our line seek forgiveness, and many times these mistakes that we make there because of lack of knowledge, because of ignorance, because of being overcome by desire. So it's possible that in a certain situation, you're overcome by desire, you're overcome by emotion and you do something wrong? No one is that you become firm on that, that no, what I did was right. I should have done that.

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And the other is that you say, yeah, maybe I did make a mistake.

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It was the fight finished. And if you get stuck there, then you will only increase in sin.

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So what do we learn from this is that whatever sends a person has committed in the past, if he seeks forgiveness, a loss of penalty will forgive him, and he will be merciful to him. Provided that a person seeks forgiveness, he confesses.

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We also learned that when a person seeks forgiveness from other people, not directly but from God, the length of another human, when a person seeks forgiveness from Allah, Allah is forgiving. But if you try to seek forgiveness from other people, are they always forgiving? No. Sometimes you go and say, Sorry, what do they say? It's only a word.

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They turn away, they don't even look at you. They don't even want to talk to you. But if you go to a loss of data, you're at the level.

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When you accept this man, and whoever commits a sin, now the word is meant as mentioned. Previously, we learned a thing we have learned. So we have done a psalm upon oneself. And now it's

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Islam is used for a sin that is deliberate, it is used for a sin that is deliberate. And it is also used for the state of the heart. It is the state of the nerves in which a person is constantly inclined to doing that, which is wrong.

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And as soon as he finds the opportunity, he does that wrong action. So isn't this not just one act, but it's actually the state of a person in which he is inclined to doing something wrong. As soon as he finds the opportunity, he will do it. So when when you accept this man, whoever commits a sin, for in Cebu infc, then in fact, indeed, he only earns it against himself.

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mean the consequences of that sin fallen who, who do they fall upon himself. Other people don't suffer. They may suffer for some time.

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But eventually who is accountable, the perpetrator, the senator himself. So for me, my ex Civil War infc what kind of long were Arlene hakima and allies knowing, and he's also wise.

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So we learned that whoever does something wrong, he will carry the burden of that sin upon himself. He will carry the burden of that sin upon himself, even if he tries to accuse someone eventually, who is responsible. And so

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we learn in total and around 164. Well, our taxable coluna of sin in their IRA, when at 10 00 10, withdrawal,

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and every soul earns not blame except against itself. Every blame that a person earns, it's against himself. And no bear of burden will bear the burden of another. No one will come and say to you on the Day of Judgment, you have a lot of sins, let me carry some for you. No, it's not going to happen. Whoever commits a sin, He alone is going to suffer the consequences.

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Will may accept probably attend, but whoever earns an offense that will help here is from the roof address hall for Hamza and the word called da is used for a sin that is intentional, and may also be unintentional.

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Kalia is the same that may be intentional, but it may also be unintentional.

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It is also said that hottie compared to Islam is the mental urine. It is a minor sin or it is a sin that is very small. Oh Islam, and Islam on the other hand, in contrast with Katia it refers to a deliberate sin or a sin that is Kabira that is a big sin.

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So many accept, you know, Islam. Whoever commits a small sin or a big sin, intentional or unintentional. It was deliberate. Or it was a mistake. Whatever kind of a sin it is a person if he doesn't if he acquires it, if he earns it. Somewhere then yummy B he throws it yummy from new factories that Armenia and Rami literally used to throw a stone or throw an arrow from ujima in hajj, what do you do you throw stones so so my your movie and then figuratively the word Rami is used for accusing someone. hurling throwing an accusation to someone blaming someone blaming someone.

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So some may or may be he then he blames. Then he accuses Who? Buddy, someone who is innocent. He accuses an innocent one of that sent very innocent newsletters Bella Hamza Bora Bora is to be innocent. It is to be innocent, to be free of sin, to have nothing to do with the other party. So but he is guiltless innocent. So then he accuses someone who is innocent of that sin. So you understand what's happening? A person commits a sin, whether it is small or big, intentional or unintentional, what does he do? He accuses someone else of having committed that sin. Allah says that, in fact, he has carried if the minutes from the newsletters handing them, he has carried

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meaning he has taken the lord of Bhutan and first of all, and secondly, what is my mobila boat and what is Bhutan? What is Bhutan? slander, false accusation. And it's a very fetters Beretta Beretta is to confound someone to shock someone, they don't know what to say they become speechless. So when somebody is accused, when somebody slandered, they don't know what to say they don't know how to defend themselves even sometimes.

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So falcoda tamela. So he has borne the sin of First of all, slander, and secondly, Islamophobia, a clear sin?

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What do we learn from this is

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that any sin, no matter how small or big, whatever it is, intentional or unintentional. If a person blames it on another, then he earns double sin. You understand?

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Initially, it was only a hobby, it was unintentional. And we make dua to Allah led to Athena in the center, I thought,

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initially, it was only a hobby or something very small, unintentional, but what does he do? He says, No, no, I didn't do it, she did it. So now what happens the sin it grows, it increases it augments, it becomes more. So then he is not just blameworthy for the sin that he has committed, but rather he is also blameworthy for the book than for the slander. For example, by mistake you break, a glass, a cup, a plate. For example, just by mistake, you move

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Your army didn't realize it fell to the ground. And you look at your younger brother, what did you do? And the poor child doesn't even realize like what happened, so that nobody thinks it was your fault. And many times mothers also do this. They make a mistake, they do something wrong themselves, and they put the blame on the children, and the father is not going to get upset with the child. So this is a way of getting away with what you've done. So what do we learn that if a person has done something wrong, it may be something very small. But if he tries to blame someone of that sin, that he is growing in his sin, He is growing in his sin.

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Over here, you've seen all of these ayat, two ways are being shown. One is that you've done something wrong. You see forgiveness finished colors.

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And the other is that you justify yourself, you try to blame others, you try to hide the sin, then what are you doing?

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earning Morrison earning more than it was very small, and you increased it for yourself?

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We also learned that by blaming someone, a person only increases in his sin. by blaming someone, a person only increases in essence.

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What's the psychology behind blaming someone? What's the reason behind blaming someone? Why do people blame others for the wrongs they have themselves committed to that they don't look bad?

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Or they don't get the punishment? It's because the fear of people, it's the fear of embarrassment before people. Okay? You were saved from that temporarily. But on the Day of Judgment, when the truth is really going to be revealed? Isn't it going to be more embarrassing that for something as small as breaking a class for something as small as you know, breaking a dish, you committed a sin?

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I mean, breaking a dish is not a sin. It's a mistake. It's not a sin. It's a mistake. But accusing someone is a sin. It's small things, very little things. But we don't accept and what's the problem? Why don't we accept it's the arrogance inside, which is why a person even with arrogance, that is equivalent to a mustard seed, he will not enter gender. Why? Because arrogance is a major sin.

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When owner for the law here alayka. And had it not been the grace of Allah upon you the bounty of Allah upon you what to do and his mercy. What was the father of the last panel founded upon the profit? So

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what was the extra favor? It was Prophethood. It was revelation.

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So had it not been for this revelation that we sent to you, before you pass the verdict before you made the judgment? What are my two and his mercy? The Hermit, surely it intended for if a domain home a group from them, meeting venues offer.

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They had intended to do what I knew Beluga, that they would lead you astray. They had firmly resolved to lead you astray to deviate you from judging according to the hub, how by deceiving you by making their false odds, but the fact is that if they did deceive you were manually Luna they would not mislead 11% except themselves because if someone who has done something wrong, who is guilty, he lies and he presents his case, as you know someone who is innocent, then he may convince the judge, he may mislead the judge, but actually who is going away from guidance himself,

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the sinner, the person who is denying his mistake, he is the one who is going to hear from misguidance so when my eluna 11 was a home, when my yo Luna come in che and they will not harm you at all. Because you would not be at fault even if you gave a wrong verdict.

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Remember that the hacking if he makes a wrong decision based on the wrong incorrect knowledge, information that is presented before him? According to him he did either. But the truth was not presented to him. He is not at fault who is at fault. Those people who are lying those people who know the reality and still there.

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Well my yellow Luna come in shade, they cannot harm you at all. What ends and Allahu la calcaterra will Hickman and Allah has revealed upon you the book The Quran will hikmah and the wisdom what is the Hickman referred to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam the non Quranic way.

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It is also said that hikmah refers to the ability to judge according to the Quran, the ability to judge according to the Quran because many had the Quran but how many of them are able to live by the Quran are able to guide their lives by the plan? So Allah has revealed upon you the Quran will hikma and also the sooner the coda will wahi where I look at any a star to you man and the comparison which you did not know before.

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What kind of Fabiola here Laker Lima and upon you the face

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Allah is surely great.

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What do we learn from this ayah that even the prophets of Allah are in need of Allah's mercy, and

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even the prophets of Allah are in need of a lustful and mercy. They're also human beings.

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We also learn from this ayah that a person's wrong actions only cause harm to him. He may harm others temporarily, but eventually, who is he harming? himself because his dunya is not permanent, it's temporary. We also learned the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he received instruction and guidance from Allah subhanaw taala, not just in the form of pollen, but also in the form of hitmen, which we know as sadhana because many denied is on.

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But this ayah clearly shows that the Prophet said a lot isn't received guidance not just in the form of Quran but also non Quranic way.

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We also learned that the Quran it teaches us what we did not know before

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and what we cannot learn from anywhere else. The Quran teaches us about those matters which we had no idea about before. And we cannot learn about them from anywhere else from anywhere else.

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We learn in sort of the Shura item 52 workers, Alico hyena illegal roaming and Marina Malecon that email kita you did not know what the book was nanosilica Arsenal possessive email hanaa la gohad.

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We're in quantum in recovery, let me know if it insulates use of it. Number three, Allah Subhana Allah says that we are telling you a story, an excellent story, accidental causes and before you are completely unaware of the story. So this ayah shows to us that the Quran teaches us what we cannot learn from anywhere else. Therefore, it is incumbent upon every Muslim to learn to climb, to not just recite but to learn the Quran.

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We also learn from this ayah about the excellence of knowledge, the virtue of knowledge, that having knowledge is what what has it been called over here? What kind of fog the law here alayka our Lima, it's a great follow you no problem is extra. Everybody wants extra things, something that the other doesn't have this is followed that is

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the knowledge of the D.

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So we learned about the experts of knowledge that is followed our lead from our last panel data and also look at it other medicine and what was he given that gave him for Lila over the angels? It was knowledge. So it is through knowledge that a person is given felina over others.

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Let's listen to the recitation of these verses.

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Singh one is the phone Amina.

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maybe buddy

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Walla Walla,

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