Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 14 – L136B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The history of the United States, including the rise of the military, the rise of the military, and the rise of the military in the US, have been discussed. The importance of acceptance of the truth and embracing change in one's life is emphasized, as it is difficult to leave home countries and go to a new country. The speaker emphasizes the need for people to be patient and not give up on their beliefs, and the importance of understanding the Prophet's teachings and not just trying to convince people of their own views. The speaker also discusses the use of the Prophet's words and actions in relation to profits and profit sharing, and the history of the Prophet's teachings and actions.
AI: Transcript ©
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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim

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lesson number 136 soldato National ID number 41 to 64.

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One levena hijo filet. And those people who immigrated for the cause of Allah mimbar, the male's really moved after they had been wronged. lenoble we unknown fit dunya has Anna, we will surely settle them in this world in a good place, while our agile aurantiaca but the reward of the Hereafter is greater low can we earn a moon if only they could no.

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In this ayah the reference is to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well as the companions who had made hedra from Makkah.

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As we know that earlier on, when the opposition became extremely intense, the prophets are allowed to send them send a group of Sahaba to at the senior

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and inshallah you will learn about the details in Sierra. So he sent a group of the Sahaba to avicennia. Why, because in the senior was a Christian ruler, who was very just, and he knew that if the Muslims went there, they would be allowed to practice their religion freely.

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Very soon, this group of the Sahaba, who wasn't ever senior some of them they returned to Makkah. On hearing that the gopher, the machine of McCarthy had embraced Islam. But this was false news. This was a rumor,

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and when they came back, the opposition only increased, it only intensified. So then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam sent another group of the Sahaba do avicennia

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and among the Sahaba, who had migrated to the senior where who, his own son in law or manual dealer and who, his own daughter, as well as as many relatives, and many others habit who had migrated from Makkah to avicennia.

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And later on, when the opposition increased for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well. Especially after the death of his uncle, Abu Talib and his wife had deja then what happened the prophets are allowed to migrate from Mecca to Medina.

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So the reference over here is being made to the event of Hydra which was of the profits or losses as well as the Sahaba.

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So while Athena hedgerow filet hydro from the route veterans hajima and as you know that Hydra is to leave something to abandon something and Hydra is Terkel, Watney feasable in there

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it is to leave one's home country to leave one city. Why? For the sake of Allah subhanaw taala in the way of Allah soprano.

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But what's the reason? Why do you have to leave your house feasibly the law? It is Leo kamati Dini, in order to establish his religion,

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in order to observe their religion properly, this is what hijra is.

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So for example, if a person is living in a particular city, and over there, there's so much opposition that he's unable to praise for that even he's unable to observe the obligations, then what is he required to do? live over there and compromise on his religion? No, that's not the way because if you compromise on your religion, if you leave the obligations, then what is the person doing? He's falling short in his duty to Allah soprano data. And that defeats the purpose of his creation.

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So what should a person do in that situation? He has to leave that place and go to another one.

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And this is exactly what the Sahaba did. That in Makkah, when it became very difficult to even recite the Quran, to even exist as someone who was a Muslim, then they did not leave the religion. What did they do? They just left that place, when somewhere else, because what Allah He was the land of Allah subhanaw taala this earth is messed, it's big.

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So what Latina heterophylla he those people who migrate filler he meaning feasibility law, he Futala beauty boy, for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala in seeking His pleasure in seeking his reward for the sake of his religion in order to practice his religion, because there are many people who migrate, who leave their home country, and they go to another country, but what's the reason many times they do so for business, for work for education, right, similarly for marriage. Similarly, people go from one country to another, because the weather where they live, that weather does not suit them. So they go and live somewhere else. So there are many reasons as to why people migrate.

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Why people leave their homes. But over here what is being mentioned? Those who leave their home country for the sake of Allah soprano.

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Not so that they can get a colorful passport, which would allow them to go to different different countries without any problem. No. Why? So that they can practice the religion of a loss?

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And why is it that they have to do?

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What's the reason behind it?

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mimbar the male's really move after they had been wronged after they had been oppressed. So the reason behind their migration is that they are being oppressed. They are being treated unjustly were in their home country.

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So such people across the planet Allah has made a promise with them. And what is that promise that Lenovo we unknown fifth dunia has an surely we will definitely settle them in the dunya has no meaning a good place to live. nuba we never knew veterus there well Hamza

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and Bo were is to provide accommodation to someone

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to settle someone in a place and notice the emphasis over here la nouba we unknown This is a promise of Allah definitely we will surely provide them accommodation fit dunia in this world and this accommodation is going to be has an it is going to be good. So in this dunya, Allah will give them an excellent alternate. However, this is not the only reward that they will get.

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What extra reward are they going to receive when agile karate and surely they're rewarded the hereafter? It is acabado it is greater, greater than what? greater than their award that they have received in the dunya. Low can we are alone If only they knew. If only they knew what the reward the benefit of doing hegira in the way of Allah soprano Tada. Then those people who are staying behind from hatred they would not stay behind. So low can we are alone day who does they refer to those who were not doing your job? Those who are a bit reluctant

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those who are double minded, should we go or should we not? Similarly low? Can we are they one day, they alternate version of the co founder machine who were inflicting a lot of room on the believers

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that they were inflicting all of this torture thinking that one day perhaps they will leave their religion. But Allah subhanaw taala says if they knew what benefit they have received by doing hijra, then they would not do what they were doing on the believers.

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Similarly low can we are on the moon There has also been understood as mohabbatein, that those who have migrated, if only they knew Meaning, if only they knew the reward for digital, then they would certainly increase in their effort in their sacrifice in their patience. Low can we are the moon

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we see over here in this ayah Hitler is being mentioned.

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When does a person perform Hitler? When does he migrate? When his religion is more important to him than his home country.

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When he has certain priorities, which he cannot compromise at all, he will sacrifice everything for its sake, then only hatred becomes possible. And this is not just in the religious sense. But even in the worldly sense. When will a person have the courage to leave his house to leave his family to leave his home country and go to another place when when that business or when that work or when that marriage is more important than anything else? So we see that when a person realizes the truth,

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when a person finds out what the truth is, then he reacts in one of two ways with it.

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Then he deals with it in one of two ways. What are those two ways that first of all, upon realizing the truth, he accepts it.

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And upon accepting it, he is required to make many sacrifices.

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And he willingly

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sacrifices all those things. He does all of that willingly.

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Why? Because the truth. It holds a lot of importance in his life.

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And he is ready to bear any difficulty. He's ready to sacrifice any amount of wealth. He's ready to sacrifice, even his home country, the environment, the place that he has grown in the place that he has always lived in. Why? Because what he has gained is far more important than anything else.

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Just like a person who has received his passport of a different country that is far more important to him than his home country. Which is why he was

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leave his home country and go somewhere else, no matter how much sacrifice he has to make.

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Similarly, when a person sees the truth and when he accepts it, when it becomes the most important thing in his life, then what will he do? He will give up everything in order to hold on to it.

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Even if it means that he has to bring about a drastic change in his life,

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he will do that.

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There is another way of dealing with the truth when a person comes to realize it.

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And what is that, that a person realizes the truth, he accepts it even, but he does not wish to change himself.

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He does not wish to change himself at all. He does not wish to change his lifestyle. He does not wish to change the way he lives, the way he walks the way he talks. He keeps the truth he keeps a religion as a separate section of his life that has nothing to do with the rest of his life.

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You understand?

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What is that a person when he sees the truth when he recognizes the truth when he believes in the Quran, when he accepts it, he incorporates it in every aspect of his life.

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The other way is that he says okay, yes, I believe in it. However, it has to stay away from the rest of my life.

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The Quran is only in the masjid, or it's only at the school, it only has to do with this schoolwork of mine, or this work of mine. But that's it nothing at all with the rest of my life.

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He does not wish to bring about any change in the rest of his life, because of that core, and because of that truth.

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And such a person is not willing to make any sacrifices at all.

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There are two ways. And there are completely two different ways.

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One is that you give it the highest priority, you leave everything for it.

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And the other is that you take it however you keep it as a separate section of your life. You don't let it affect the rest of your life.

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You have captured life as in boxes in sections, and you don't let them mix together.

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And we see that if a person recognizes something, if a person believes in something, then it should certainly bring about a change in his life. It should certainly bring about a change in his manner, in his speaking in his behavior, in the way that he practices certain things in his lifestyle, it should alter his old ways of living.

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And because of that, everything of his life should get affected.

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And this in reality is hijra.

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This is

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what that when a person recognizes the truth, he accepts it, and he implements it as well. He brings about a change in his entire lifestyle, which requires a lot of sacrifice.

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For many of us, perhaps it's not such a big deal, because we have grown up in Muslim households. However, for many people, it is extremely challenging, when the cultural practices they are a major part of your life. When customs and traditions they are followed, just like Salah is observed just like religion is observed and so much importance is given to such things that there is no way you can go against them, there is no way you can leave them.

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So, when a person sees the truth, then what does that require from him sacrifice.

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And remember that bringing about this change, definitely it is difficult.

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Why is it difficult? Because a person has to go against his desires. Right? A person has to go against the flow.

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He has to go against the entire family. Sometimes he has to go against the rest of the society. Perhaps he will face opposition. And he has to get out of his own comfort zone. He has to do things that he never did before his entire life will get affected.

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And many times it's because of these difficulties that people stay away from changing their life according to the Quran and Sunnah. They will say yes, we believe in it. But they will not change according to it. They will not mold their lives according to it. Why? Because they're not willing to make any sacrifices.

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They're not willing to make those sacrifices, but our Deen it requires sacrifice. And we see over here that Allah subhanaw taala is promising His servants something. What is that promise that when you leave something for the sake of Allah, Allah will give you a better alternate.

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This fear comes from shaitan that if you start wearing hijab, you will not get married.

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Just the other day this lady came up to me and she said my daughter she has started wearing the hijab and everybody's telling me that you will not get married.

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I was amazed. Is it true that all those girls don't wear hijab? All of them are married?

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That's not the case. There's so many girls who wear the hijab, they do get married.

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Why do we think that if a person starts practicing their religion, they will definitely become a loser in their life. It's not true. It's just our fear. And this fear comes from shaytaan.

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It only comes from shavon. Because look at the promise that Allah is making you leave something for Allah, Allah will give you a much better alternative.

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And okay, even if you do suffer in this world, remember that the reward the Hereafter, it is far greater, it is much better. Well, the edge will fit Akbar, it is much greater. We see that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and the Sahaba they used to live in Mecca.

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And remember that living in Mecca was something very special. Because imagine you're living in Morocco where the Kaaba is. Similarly, Makkah is a place where all people would come and visit.

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And living in Morocco was like a source of honor was a source of prestige. And just imagine any place where you live. It's dear to you, you like it? Why? Because you were born over there. You've lived all your life over there. You're familiar with the streets, you're familiar with the roads with the places with the people. And imagine the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Sahaba they had to leave Makkah.

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Just imagine they had to leave Makkah and go to another city.

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But wasn't that city so good for them?

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A loss of penalty provided them such a good alternate.

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Hassanein refers to the city of Medina How was it has enough for them, that when they left that city for the sake of Allah and they came to Medina, Medina is a city of peace and security.

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Medina is a city of peace and security.

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And when the Maharaja Dean, they entered Medina, they were welcomed by the unsung.

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And when they went to Medina, Allah subhanaw taala provided them with great provisions over there.

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And the doors to so many things open from that point onwards.

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But if they said that, no, we want to live here, this is compromised a little bit. It's okay, let's just not pray this Allah.

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No problem. Let's not show that we're Muslim.

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Let's just completely assimilate into society, and not have our own identity, just so that we can live over here. They could have done that. But they didn't. Because the religion of Allah subhanaw taala, when it becomes a great priority for someone, then he will sacrifice everything for its sake.

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And generally, when we think of Israel, we think of big things like leaving your country and going to another country. But remember, this is applicable to every single person, every single day, when you learn the hokum of Allah. And when you have to practice it, what's the fear in your heart? What are people going to say? How can I leave this? Like, for example, if a person has a house that has been bought, and how long? What does he think that if I give it, if I get rid of it, if I leave it, then where would I live? If I have this car, and I bought it on interest, then if I leave it, then how will people respect me? All this time, they've been thinking I have a lot of money. And if I

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leave it, I'm going to lose all my respect. This is what people think.

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Many times, this is the fear that people have which prevents them from obeying a loss of parental guidance. But there's a promise that Ally's making with us over here that Lenovo we unknown, surely we will definitely settled them

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in this world hasn't we will provide them with an excellent alternate with a perfect alternate with an alternate that is much better. And remember that they're rewarded the hereafter it is far greater Logan we are on the moon if only they knew.

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And now we have to analyze ourselves over here.

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That upon studying the Quran, upon finding out what Allah subhanaw taala wants from us, what is our behavior?

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are we keeping this religion of Allah only as a section of our lives that has nothing to do with the rest of our life?

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How we divided our lives in boxes, that one section has to do with salah and Quran and everything else. But in my daily life, I don't need to implement it. I don't need to observe it. I only recite the Quran when I'm at a Luda. I'm at home. I never opened the Quran. I only listened to the Quran when I was school at home. I never listened to it. This is not right.

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This is not right. What Allah subhanaw taala wants from us is a complete you can say immersion and integration into the religion. It must enter every aspect of our lives.

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Like a loss of powder Allah says in the Quran. Mr. McAfee enter into the religion altogether. altogether. Just as for example, if you enter into

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A car? How will you do so? Will you have your one leg in and one leg out. And that's how the car will be driven? No, if you do that, you're gonna end up harming yourself, because you're neither here, nor are you there. So similarly, when it comes to the dean, enter into it completely,

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bring about a change in every aspect of your life. Don't just observe Islam, when you go to the masjid. observe it when you even go to a wedding. When you go to a party, when you have friends over. When you're at home, on the weekends, during the weekdays, in the breaks, at the mall, everywhere.

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Because it's amazing how sometimes when we go to the masjid, we will dress very properly. But when we go to a mall, we're not dressed a property. This is not appropriate.

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Because you see over here, Allah subhanaw taala, he knows us very well. We have this fear in our hearts, right? But Allah is giving us the alternate, excellent alternate, don't even think that if you sacrifice for the sake of Allah, you'll be left on your own. Allah is watching you, Allah will take care of you, He will give you a better alternative.

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But who is this better alternate for and lilina sabado. Those people who are patient where a lot of Bohemia tilaka loon and they rely upon their Lord,

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this promise of an excellent home, an excellent alternate in the dunya. And a greater award in the efa is for who those people who do suffer.

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Meaning those people who do suffer over the hardships that they face, when practicing their religion of a loss.

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When bringing about a change in their life, according to the commands of Allah,

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who don't leave their religion, just because of the fear of opposition, just because of the fear of being laughed at, just because of the fear of mockery. And Latina sabado. They're patient. They're men, persistent. They're not weak hearted. They're strong, they're firm, and Latina suburu were allowed to be him and upon their Lord, yet our Colonia trust.

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Now there are patients if you look at it in the context of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Sahaba what was their sub that in Makkah, they had to endure so much opposition, so much torture, so much difficulty. And remember, that the journey of digital itself was not that easy.

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It was a long journey. It was a difficult journey and constantly, they were fearful. Because what if the crash the machine, they would spot them? They would come in, finish them.

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And similarly, when they did Hitler, initially, there were many difficulties. So alladhina suburu, those who are patient,

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but remember, this was not just at that time, but in every era. Whenever a person leaves something for the sake of Allah, he needs to be patient, he must have subject

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in order to leave a bad habit. What do you need Subbu in order to develop a good habit, what do you need someone to leave her arm? What do you need Saba

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to change your dress, the way that you dress up? What do you need suburb?

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To be content with a little bit of Hillel after having enjoyed a lot of Harlem What do you need suburb?

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to suppress your desires? What do you need suburb? To turn the music off? What do you need server right? Do not go to a particular game. What do you need sub right? So Alina sabado, those who are patient

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while out of Bohemia to work alone, and they only trust upon their own.

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You see only a person who trusts upon Allah. Only such a person can endure difficulties.

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who trusts that my Lord will take care of me. He will give me a better alternative

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summaries on the promise of Allah and also on the difficulties that a person faces in obeying the law. So

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in bringing about the change in his life,

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in living according to the commands of Allah, and yet aka know that wherever Allah has promised He will definitely fulfill it.

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He will definitely fulfill it. And the best example for us is of course the General de la ronda.

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If you look at her, she was one of the most honorable women of Makkah.

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She was one of the most honorable ones. And she was a businesswoman,

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a businesswoman so you can imagine how prestigious She must have been.

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And when she married the prophets of Allah sermon, he became the Prophet of Allah. She had to undergo a lot of difficulty.

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Just imagine someone who was used to comfort

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Luxury and enjoyment all her life. Now all of a sudden things have changed. And everybody's turning against them. And every day she had to sacrifice. She had to do something. She was with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam throughout the boycott. Throughout the boycott, she could have easily said, okay, since I'm not of your tribe, and I can just go away.

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She could have taken divorce at that time, which many times people do, if their spouse is going through a difficult situation to say, I can handle it with you anymore, do bad, I'm leaving. She didn't do anything like that. She stayed with the profits or loss and and why? Because she had tawakkol. She had this reliance upon Allah, that my rug will take care of me, my Lord will take care of me, he will give us a better alternative. And the amazing thing is, Khadija the learner didn't even live that long to see Medina.

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She didn't even live that long.

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However, her sub her tawakkol, Allah subhanaw taala says in the previous ayah, that the reward of the Hereafter is far greater, it is much better.

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Why do we just stop at dunia? Why do we think that this house is everything? Or this enjoyment is everything this luxury is everything, it's not everything, this is only dunya the reward of the Hereafter is much better.

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And this is only possible for the person who knows that my Rob will definitely give me a better alternative.

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He will not leave me alone.

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We see that once as a habit, they migrated from Mecca to Medina, then, so many doors of victory, they open up

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the Muslims they conquered one place after the other very soon, Makkah was conquered after only a few years, less than 10 years.

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Similarly, the Muslims are conquered many, many lands after the death of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, especially at the time of Irma and earthmen, rollover and Homer. And we see that at the time of our model they learn when many lands were conquered and a lot of booty it was brought into Medina or model to learn who he would give it to the Sahaba especially to the Mahajan and he would say who Belka la hula coffee. Take it may Allah bless you in this

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head Mr. duckula houfy dunia This is what Allah had promised you Indonesian woman, the holographic reality of someone and what he has preserved for you in the Hereafter, what he has captured as a treasure. For the hereafter it is much better. It is a flood it is far superior. And then a little Dennard who would recite this ayah.

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So this is a promise of Allah. If anyone leaves something for the sake of Allah, he should remember, my Lord will give me a better alternate.

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My Lord will definitely give me a better alternate.

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This is very true. At that time, we're only being tested. Then who is it that we love more? Do we love a lot more? Or do we love that thing more?

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We're being tested. It's a test of love. Who do we love more? Who do we give more priority to?

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because later on whatever is written in your wrist, it will come to you

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regardless of how you get it.

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So it's only a test.

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And a person who trusts that my Lord will never abandon me. Only such a person can pass this test, because he will have sub and he will have to work.

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Well my eldest son I'm in COVID Lika. And we sent not before you meaning before the Prophet sallallahu wasallam Illa de Jalan, except some men. The Jalan is a plural of project.

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Meaning the messengers when we sent before you, there were only men, there were human beings, just like you are. So what is it that distinguish them from the rest of the people? No, he lay him, then we did worry to them.

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In other words, every messenger who was sent was a human being.

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He was not an angel. He was not some other type of creation. Who was he? A human being?

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So you too, if you have been chosen to be a messenger, you are a human being. This is not something strange. And what is it that distinguishes messengers from the rest of the people? Is it that they are supernatural in their bodies? No, they're human beings. The only difference is that new he lay him we do what he did them.

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First Alou Allah decree. So as the people of the reminder in quantum letter anemone, if you do not know

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who are the anodic

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and liquid, as you know, is one of the names of the Quran. However, a liqueur does not just apply to the Quran, but it applies to every scripture, every revelation that Allah subhanaw taala Hutson. So athletic people are the reminder are who the people of the Delta and Injeel the scholars of the previous scriptures

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Ask them if the previous messengers who had been sent were human beings, or were there some other creation who were they ask them in quantum lateral Amman if you do not know.

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We see that some Arabs some wish they came. They objected then why does this messenger eat

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mozzarella? Does any of you supposed to be messenger? Then how come he eats? And how come he goes on trade journeys and how can he works? Why? If he's supposed to be a messenger, he shouldn't be doing all of these things. He should be someone who is extraordinary. Someone who is very different from ordinary people.

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And they say what is this messenger that eats food and walks in the markets? Why was there not sent down to him and Angel, so he would be with him in one.

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But what is Allah subhanaw taala say over here, that every messenger was a human being.

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This has been through

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Why? Because a messenger is supposed to teach people is supposed to guide people. And if it's some other creature, then people are going to be intimidated. They won't be able to relate with the messenger.

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And remember that whoever is a human, whether he is a righteous person, or an evil person, whether he is a messenger or he is an ordinary person, every human being has human needs, has certain needs that must be fulfilled.

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He needs to eat, he needs to drink, he needs to do work. He needs to get married, he has certain desires. He wants to have children. And we see that the prophets of Allah Ibrahim are an insolent the Korean Islam, all of them they desire to have children. So the prophets of Allah, they're human beings.

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And this is not something strange. inside of it. Number nine, we learn all Malecon to be amenable. So say to the people that I am not something strange and new among the messengers, meaning

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if I have come as a messenger, this is not a strange concept. This is not something new messengers have been sent before me as well. And they also were human beings.

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And we see over here in this ayah that a loss of parallel dialysis first Alou elliptically as the people of wicked in quantum lateral moon, what does that teach us? What's the lesson in this for us?

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That if you don't know about something, instead of rejecting it, instead of denying it, what should you do? As those people who know simple

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many times people reject something simply because of their ignorance?

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Just because they don't know. That's the only reason.

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The machine of Makkah also they rejected the Prophet sallallahu Sallam simply because they did not know that the previous messengers were also human beings.

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So based on that they rejected him. So what are they told over here? As the people who know

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if you yourself don't know? And this is a rule that we must apply in every aspect of our lives? In everything?

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If we don't know about something, find out? And who should we find out from any random person? Those people who know those people who are experts? So for example, when it comes to the matters of religion, we shouldn't be going around asking random people Oh, what do you think should be done? How do you think I should pray with it? How do you think I should recite this? There are? No, ask the people who know

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just as if you have some problem in your body, who will you go to?

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A doctor? Right? If you want to get something fixed in your house? Who will you go to someone who knows construction? You won't go to any random person, you will go to someone who has that knowledge, who is an expert of that field.

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So this is something that we should apply in our lives.

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Isn't there once this person he objected? That said that in the Quran? Is that the feel of everything?

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In the Quran, we learned so many times that the Quran has the feel for everything detail, explanation for everything. So he objected that our ancestors whereas in the Quran, so many things that I mentioned,

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right, so many things aren't mentioned the Quran.

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So, he objected and he was told, of course it is mentioned where first Allah Allah decree in quantum law. If you want to know about something, if you want to know the detail of something you don't know, do you want to search in the Quran? Go ahead searching the Quran you will find this ayah which has go as the people of knowledge and then you will find out about everything

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to see the Quran

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You learn everything from the Quran, every single thing. This is why the Salah used to say that if you wish to learn knowledge, if you wish to become knowledgeable, then study the Quran.

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Study the Quran. And studying the Quran does not just mean reading the translation over and over again No, go into the depths, reflect research,

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reflect on the ayah ponder upon the relator versus compare them with your daily life. And then you will learn then you will gain knowledge.

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There the United resuable we sent them with clear proofs and written ordinances little by Hina This is connected with the previous ayah the previous I begins with one that I will send them in public. So we did not send messengers before you except that they were human beings. And these messengers when we sent we sent them with what Bill by unity was super with clear proofs and written ordinances. But you notice the plural of beginner and beginner is

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a miracle, a data analysis

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which proves the truthfulness of the profit.

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margins are a miracle that proves the truthfulness of the Prophet

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a clear evidence. So the messengers who were sent a loss of final data sent them with clear evidences, which demonstrated that people the truthfulness of that messenger

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lie for example, musasa was given the staff the glowing hand is our lesson I was given many miracles Why? So that people would know that this man is not lying about his prophet. But that was not the only thing that was given to the messenger. So we're given something else as well as zuba

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zuba is the plural of the booth.

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They bejewelled the booth and the booth is from zebra which literally means cassava to right into that corner if we learn what kulu Shea in Farah Lu feasible, and everything that they have done, is written in azubu in the records, meaning in the record of deeds. So the book literally means a book,

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a document, something in which writing is preserved, in which a lot of writing is done. And from this the words of boo, it applies to religious scriptures, as well as any other book, any other document.

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So what does it mean by Zuber over here?

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The scriptures that were given to the messengers, the commands that were given to the messengers.

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So the messengers were given two things by the net and visible miracles that demonstrated the truth for less than Secondly, the work that taught people what they were supposed to do.

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What and then and we have sent out ilica to you or Prophet sallallahu sallam, what have we sent down to you a vicar the reminder? Meaning the Quran?

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Why have we sent down the decree to you? Why did we not just send the book alone? Why was a messenger sent along with the book need to obey unilin nursing so that you may clarify to the people my new Zilla Elaine what has been sent to them

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to begin from newsletters by a known from the word Debian Debian, which is to clarify something to detail something.

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So, the purpose behind sending you are prophet with the book is so that you can explain the book to the people

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so that you can clarify to the people what has been revealed to them.

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How did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam clarify to the people what was revealed to them?

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First of all, through his words, through how

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he explained verbally what certain parts of the Quran meant. What a particular incident is referring to, or a word is referring to? A command is referring to how it is to be understood the prophets on a lot is it I'm verbally explained, verbally detailed? So first of all through Oh,

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and secondly the alternative been how through His Spirit through his actions, like for example in the Quran, we will find out that Allah subhanaw taala has said many times have been misled as to the kata attempt Mahajan or Marathi Lila many commands have been given perform the surah give this a cap perform the Hajj.

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Now the commands have been given, but the details have not been mentioned. Isn't it all?

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The details are not mentioned or some details haven't mentioned all details have not been mentioned. So where do you get all those details from? by your own imagination? Your own understanding your own wish? No. You will see

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How the profits or losses have explained it.

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Like for example, the profits or losses that I'm sure does how to perform the will do.

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Yes, we did learn the method of doing Voodoo in the Quran as well. However, some people have completely misinterpreted those if they don't interpret them properly. So how do we know the correct interpretation? How do we know how we're supposed to perform Voodoo,

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the way the profits are performed?

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Similarly, the command to pray has been mentioned in the Quran many times. But how do we know how to pray? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam showed us

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so loo Canada at moonee Valley pray as you see me pray.

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Similarly when it comes to Hajj, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said who they were and the monastic icon, date for me or monastic meaning learn them from me.

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So Lithuanian, Allah NAS, how did the profits are not all the sudden do that in two ways, through words, as well as through actions,

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what are alone and so that the another reason as to why the revelation was sent to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he had a guru, so that they can reflect meaning they can reflect on the verses, they can reflect on how you have interpreted them. And they can take heed, and they can implement.

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So we see in this I that Allah subhanaw taala sent all the previous messengers with what miracles as well as

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as well as scriptures, evidences as well as messages commands,

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so that the miracle would show to the people the truthfulness of the messenger,

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and does the book the book, it would be a source of guidance for the people.

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It would be a source of guidance for the people. So that way, you know, they strengthen their Eman and zobo they showed the people as to what they were supposed to do.

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And the profits What about us and and what was he given?

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What was he given the Quran, and the Quran was a beginner and the Boo message both in one

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you understand, the previous messengers were given, separate miracle, separate message. But the prophet SAW a lot of sudden was given message and miracle in one.

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Because the Quran was not just a miracle for the Arabs of that time. But for all people to come until the day of judgment.

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So that the miraculous nature of the Quran is seeing it is witnessed by everyone, not just by the people of that time.

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Because if you look at it emerges, a miracle can only be performed by a prophet of Allah. Like, for example, the stuff that musala salaam had, Could anyone else take the stuff and throw it and it would turn into a snake? No. Similarly, the miracles that result is and I was given, Could anyone else do them no mortgages that can only be performed by a messenger and every messenger who came before another messenger is going to come after him, but the profits are allowed to set and no one was going to come after him.

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Therefore, the message that he was given was also a miracle in and of itself.

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And the reason behind giving the Quran to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was so that he would clarify the Quran to the people. Just as the previous messengers they were given the super Hamas Allison was given the Quran

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because many people, they only focus on the Quran, they completely ignore the Sunnah,

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isn't it? They say that it's written in the Quran, wherever the prophets or whatever he did, what does that matter to us? And besides, what if it's not true? It's been so many years it has been narrated, how do we know this Hadees is authentic or not.

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And people raise such doubts such questions and they made people doubtful.

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But the fact is, that a loss of manual data tells us over here that the Prophet was sent to clarify the Quran. Which means that if a person tries to understand the Quran without the Sunnah, his understanding would be incomplete.

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The understanding of the Quran without the understanding of Sunnah, it is incomplete, it is insufficient. You cannot separate the two you have to put them two together.

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Because the prophets Allah, Allah said I'm sure how to practice the Quran, how to implement the Quran.

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So in order to understand the Quran, a person has to see how the Prophet explain it.

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A person must consult the Sunnah.

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So without the study of Hadith, the understanding of the Quran is incomplete.

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Now the question is how did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam elaborate the Quran as I mentioned to you, first of all with his words, secondly, through his actions, and it wasn't just through his words and actions, but he also saw the differences that people had amongst themselves. How through the score

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That many times people would come up to him with a problem with a dispute and what would happen, a revelation would be sent out or the profits or loss and it would give a ruling according to the Quran

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as we learned in sort of the natural eye number 64 that Wilma and Zenn la can ketover in lovely to be, you know, the human lady is Stella foofy. Well, who don't want Ramadan, the Camino and we have not revealed to you the book except for you to make clear to them that we're in they have different so the differences that people have, where is the solution to all of them?

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Where's the solution to all of them in the Quran, and you have to see how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used those verses to solve those differences.

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Similarly, the prophets of Allah said I'm also judged according to the Quran, he also gave rulings according to the Insert of Nyssa I 105. We learn in Zelda la calcaterra been helping the Takoma vein and nasty Bhima aka la when our taco linhart Nina Cosima, indeed we have revealed to you the book in truth so that you may judge between the people by that which Allah has shown you, and do not be for the deceitful, and advocate.

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And this is the reason why the prophets on a lot of systems character was what

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the Quran can Hanako Quran

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and this is why his life is known as was what hasn't.

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And this is why for any good deed to be acceptable, what are the two conditions? Amen, useless as well as conformity to the Sunnah of the Prophet.

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Because Allah says over here, the book was sent to you, so that you can clarify and if a person makes up his own explanation, is that going to be acceptable? No, you have to see how the Prophet explained it. What are the homea divakaruni and so that they can reflect. So this shows to us that upon understanding the ayah in the light of sadhana, what should a person do? He should also reflect on them so that he can implement the

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An-Nahl 41-64 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 41-44

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