Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 15 – L151C

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Al-Kahf 9-26 Word Analysis and Tafsir 12-14

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So my then what does it mean by so much? Beating after 309 years fast after Selena either dead passed after a number of years passed what happens? birth now home we awakened them. We raised them up.

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Bertha is from the road back. Bertha, what is Barthelemy? Julie's basically, Bertha means literally it means actually.

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What does it mean?

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What does it mean? To move movement to shake, to raise.

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So the literal meaning of the word birth is definitely

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and then the word birth is used in several ways. First of all, there's a common meaning of resurrection.

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Raising people after they have died, raising the creation, giving it life again after it has died. And obviously to give it life to raise it, what is involved movement, the heat

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Secondly, the word bartha is also used for waking someone up

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waking someone up. Why? Because sometimes to wake someone up, what do you have to do? You have to shake them.

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You have to move them and once a person has woken up, what do they do? They move they get up.

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And this has been used in this meeting earlier on we read in so little and am I number 16 were who were lady yet our fair combi lady, we are the merger often been the hub, so much yerba to come see he

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then he raises you in it meaning he wakes you up in the day, Lee Jacobo gentlemen sama so that the agenda that is fixed, maybe completed.

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So the word batha is also used for waking someone up from their sleep. Now over here some of our esna who means well, that we woke them up. we awaken them not after death, but after their sleep. Why? Lena Lama so that we know. We know Allah subhanaw taala knows Allah subhanaw taala knows everything, what does it mean by so that we know, so that we make known it over here gives meaning off in multiples of making it happen, making it apparent over here

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doesn't already know about everything

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doesn't mean of course. So what is meant by this, Lina

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this has been understood in two ways. But first of all, this in refers to in the room in aku Shahada in my observation,

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of making something a parent

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making something known.

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Because a lot of content knows about everything,

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from the beginning to the end, but every single person he knows about every detail,

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what the person is going to do, what he's not going to do, every detail of it.

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But a loss of

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exposure exposes his knowledge, he reveals as long as he makes it known how when people do

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this is how the knowledge of a loss of anxiety is made up.

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And secondly, the Netherlands so that we know this rain also refers to their in on which just that recompense is established.

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Because if you look at it, a lot knows the reality of each person isn't he knows the reality of every single person who they really are on the inside and what they appear to be on the outside alumnos inside out of every single individual, but he lets people perform the actions that they please so that the recommendations that he gives them in response is just this is the Justice

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he can punish someone before a person does something wrong, because he knows he will do it anyway, but he lets him do it. So that when Allah gives that is that when he gives it recompense is just

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so we know meaning we make it happen, we make it known what the AU which has been of the two groups has been as a doula his and his is used for a group a party.

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I saw his most precise and calculating lemma for what calculates what lemma the term that libido they remained a mother in time. So basically, we raised them up so that we may make known that which of the two groups is more precise in calculating the time that the people of the club stayed in the cave?

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The word I saw is from the Roadhouse saw, yeah, she saw

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I saw it some dude has audio he saw, what does it mean by her saw, levels.

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And the word saw means what?

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If thought is to count to

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Number two enumerate to calculate.

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And the word upside this word,

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it is understood in two ways.

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First of all, that it's a verb, I saw your sleep, he calculated.

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And secondly, I saw on the structure of F are more better calculating,

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just as the word sun, XL or alarm either means what most knowing. So I saw one who is better in calculating, best in calculating, most precise in calculating from mongoose from the two groups. What does it mean by the two groups over here? There are several opinions. One of them is that it refers to the two groups from among the people of the cast, that they themselves had a difference of opinion as to how long they stayed. And then secondly, it is also said to two groups refers to, first of all the people of the cave. And secondly, the group that the people of the cave woke up and went to the people of the town.

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And there are other opinions as well. So basically, there was a difference of opinion as to how long these people remained.

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And that is from the root, Hamza mean, does. And just use for a stretch of time spent. We learned that after several generations, the oppressive regime for which

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it was replaced by others.

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And then what happened, the danger that these people faced, it was, it was

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and at that point, a loss of revive he woke them up. Why? Because the oppression the harm, the danger that they fear was gone now it was finished, it was over. So now allows the Pentagon to walk in

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and when they were walking up, and when they went back to the people, this was also inside of the

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signup what that how protects.

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And it was also to make evidence, the truth,

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the truth of what the truth is.

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Now, so far, what we have learned is just the introduction, where you can see the quick summary of the entire story. And now in the following if the story is mentioned in detail, that why did these people go through? And what happened? Exactly? And how, you know that that people find them.

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So we listened to my station.

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Next step,

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you prepare the past for us, you show us what to do. And you've given us because many times you want to do something, but it's beyond your ability, isn't it?

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Your body's not cooperating. Your family is not cooperating, where you're staying. The people are not cooperating their circumstances are not in your favor, then what should you do? Give up over there. You don't ask Allah for help. Ask him for guidance. If he can help these people, if he can protect them, and he can definitely protect.

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If you look at the first tire, that using this is amazing. This is very strange. This is very impressive. of luck and guide you he can protect you he can preserve you. In fact,

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it's what you are relying upon him, not yourself. Not other people, not your well. When you trust upon him, then he will because we're mainly at the walker Allah.

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Allah sufficient.

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Um, has he been

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walking me

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through

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our rookie year to relearn

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Tina,

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Tina,

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Lennon and Marina roshanda.

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A LOOK AT

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national week, meaning a loss of panels on nakasu. We relate we narrate from the root of salt, salt, winner it, we relate we recount our Laika upon you meeting or Prophet sallallahu sallam, never home their news. We're going to narrate to you about their news, their special use, how would the truth been? How would the truth, meaning we're going to tell you exactly as it is?

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Now, the thing is, that many of the incidents, many of the stories, many of the accounts that I mentioned,

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they're also found with other people.

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They tell very similar stories.

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And many times you wonder, what is right, and what is what actually happened? And what did not happen?

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What is effect? And what is a fabrication?

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So what do we learn from this?

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That what Allah subhanaw taala has told us, it is the most accurate account.

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Because what Allah subhanaw taala tells is the best and is the most complete.

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How is it the best, because first of all, it is based on

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what Allah subhanaw taala tells us is based on what and his knowledge, and the knowledge of the Laws of Power, that it encompasses everything, the past, the present, the future, the people, every single person, everything is encompassed within the

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second, what a lot elders about is also based on what slip, it's based on truth. It's based on facts. Whereas it's possible that the other accounts that we read, they're based on what assumptions or just hearsay

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or what people have fabricated themselves, but what a lot of this is what it is based on.

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Similarly, what a lot of panel data tells us is based on facade elements, it's the most effective.

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And fourthly, whenever Allah subhanaw taala mentioned something there is some there is some purpose.

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Jenna generally, when you hear stories, otherwise,

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you don't really get any lessons.

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But when a lot tells a story, it is not to amuse the people. It is not to merely inform them about what happened, but it is to guide

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therefore, National nakasu is a Canada who will help

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and remember at the beginning of this little we learned that the school honest and it is one that is right. And it also sets

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so you may have heard many accounts but what a lie study is the most accurate. So what is the most accurate?

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So so far, what was mentioned was an overview. It's like a preview. Now comes the detail. Now comes the full story.

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In the room indeed a fifth year, there were us who had Amano they had believed in me that believed in Allah subhanaw taala was it in our home and we increase them Zephaniah's from their zaya that that is either we increase them, we have mentored them in what in her in guidance, meaning we gave them more hedaya we gave them more guidance, we increase them in their guidance it grew.

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The person who truly believes in a boss

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then what happens of loss of

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a loved

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one what to do, what not to do, where to go.

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And a person was checking in is

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a person whose Eman is not that strong. What happens to him

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He's left himself or a person who does not have any email at all, even he is lost, he becomes a blog, he has no idea where to go, what to do, but a person who has demand a lot increases in guidance, the more this person increases in his demand, the war a lot increases in in

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income.

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What does

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that guidance, the diet is not something that is stationary, it fluctuates, it increases and it will also decrease based on what

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scholars have said that there are two factors that cause the IMA to increase.

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And what are they?

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First of all, design? When a person desires

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What did

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the lie man

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a luck guides to himself the one who turns to the one who wants to be the one who desires guidance. And sort of Mohammed is 17 we learn one Medina detto, Sadhu, Buddha

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and those who are guided Allah increases them in guidance and he gives them their righteousness. So this is the first thing that is necessary, which is desire.

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And secondly, a person must also strive, he must also put an effort to increase in his kindness.

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We learn in total uncouth I number 69. Allah says when Medina jaha, Davina those people who strive for us, then at the end,

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we will surely guide them to

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those people who struggle.

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So we see that both of these factors are necessary desire as well as.

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So for example, if a person is only making glass that Oh Allah, please increase the knowledge, please increase me in my guidance, show me what to do. Show me what to avoid. He's only making the wrong but he's not opening up the Quran is going to increase is he know, both are necessary. You have to open up the Quran as well, you have to put in effort. This is just like a person who has the medication in front of him who has the food in front of him. He just has medication, medication, food, food and doesn't eat. If he doesn't eat it, if he doesn't take it, it's not going to benefit, both.

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So what do we see over here

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that they believe in Allah increased because of their desire? And because of whatever did they put in

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the left? They sacrificed your home. They sacrificed their people, they sacrificed everything. And they left it put an effort and when they put an effort to increase the increase.

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But who does this?

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young people generally we have such determination. Why?

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Because they're more courageous. They're more bold.

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And generally what happens people who are older, what happens?

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Because they're weak themselves? Or they have had such experiences in the past, when they come across something new and daring. What do they say?

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It's not gonna work Leave it. But young people, what do they say? Post it's possible, which is why anytime new ideas are thrown to young people, they are very open to it.

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And we see that even at the time of the Prophet Solomon, so many of us have the Holy Ghost

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and the older the elderly chiefs, many of them

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the prophets

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of Allah have as well as

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what happened. They did not upset Why?

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Because they were firmly grounded in their own words. What everybody said I cannot go against

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when young people they're more open to accepting challenges.

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What about tuna and we made firm, we tied our Nakuru beam upon their hearts robertson is on the road, Roberto. Roberto, what does robata literally mean? To bind to die?

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Is biru wasabi rover ah boo.

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So rubber literally means to bind to tie something tightly.

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It is said Robert Allahu Allah Appleby he, robot Allahu Allah Colby. What does it mean? That our last panel Tyler gave him strength and

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gave him power? Give him over, and patients suffer.

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When your heart is firmly tied on something, what does it mean? It's not shaky. It's not full of fear.

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It's not doubtful, it's not impatient. It's not going to give up.

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So bopanna Allah Kuru B, what does it mean that we tied their hearts we fix their hearts? How? With determination with patience.

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So Rebecca, either kudos to him in other words, we made them firm.

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When Ahmadis stood, they stood were against their people, among their people, proclaiming oneness of Allah subhanho data and negating ship denying ship

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for color so they said meaning when they stood up against their people for color, so they said, Rob buena, our Now the word, Rob Boehner, what's there under the Obama not of attack? If there was a photographer how would we translate the ROB banner? Oh,

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but this is Rob buena. Our up not all of them. So they're telling the people that our rep is who Rob buena. Our rep is or what the center where he was up, he is the rub of the heavens and the earth.

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So for Paolo rabona Roberson, what you will have this actor who is at the center of their people. And secondly, they also said amongst themselves, they said to each other, that are representative of the heavens and the earth, learn never know that rule we will invoke, we will call upon we will pray by the hour over here it means, first of all, that we will make do out of masala and secondly, do over you also means about the worship.

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That we're never going to ask anyone. We're never going to pray anyone mainone besides him Illa Han as a god, meaning we're never going to declare anyone else as a god, we're never going to pray to anyone else.

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lockup certainly. Oh no, we said it and then even what does it mean by either meaning if we did pray to someone else, if we did worship someone else, then we are saying a word that is shuffle, meaning colon shuffle, a word that is excessive in transgression.

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Shut up is from the root, she thought

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she thought

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and the word sharp is used for the edge or the bank of a river.

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But such a bank such an edge from where the water is far.

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No, sometimes the river dries up and the water is less. So what happens

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from the actual bank the water is far because the water is too less, it's too little to reach the bank. So a shut up is used for such an edge. Such a bank of a river that is far from the water.

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Therefore, the word sharp applies to a statement that is far from truth. From this the word sharp applies to such a statement that is far from truth.

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That is untrue. That is unreal.

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So first of all, shut up is used for a false statement. This is the first meaning of the word shop, a false statement, an untrue statement, in other words a lie.

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Second, secondly, chapeau is also used for something that is excessive and outrageous.

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Something that is excessive and something that is outrageous. It has gone far from its limits.

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It has gone far from where it should be.

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So if we say such a statement of [???] that we call upon others besides Allah subhanaw taala, then this statement is something that is very excessive, something that is very transgressing something that has crossed all limits, because it's a lie against to Allah subhanaw taala. So the first meaning of the workshop is a lie, a false statement.

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The second meaning is an excessive statement, something that is an excessive transgression.

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So we see that these young men, they made this assertion of monotheism and rejection of polytheism were in the face of the tyrant and polytheistic.

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But what is it that gave them the strength to say such bold words against the entire society, publicly? daringly, what gave them this confidence,

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of loss of

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steel, their determination and he had steel their feet and their patients? It was extremely strong, it could not be broken.

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What does it show to us?

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But many times, it's possible that a person begins to say

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he begins to do something good. But he becomes afraid

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of it.

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He is afraid to go against the flow.

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He's afraid to constantly struggle.

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And because of that, what happens many times people give up.

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Because when you have to do something for the sake of entire societies against it, you have to sacrifice.

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You have to sacrifice a lot. You have to undergo a lot of hardship. And many people, they're unable to bear that hardship. And what do they do? They give up. So what is it that enables a person to stay firm in some situations? It's to help. It's that

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it's one unlock gives confidence. Well, Buffalo now I know.

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Recently, somebody had sent me this big

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news website or something. And they had mentioned that how Muslims who used to wear the hijab, they stopped. They.

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And they had interviewed and said, ask them, What made you and many of them had said, it was stupid.

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I was exhausted. It was too difficult. I couldn't continue with this constant effort all the time. But all the time, you're explaining yourself all the time, you're telling me this is too much. And I realize it's too much Forget it. I can't do this anymore. So I think I stopped.

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And many of them said, we believe in it. We still believe that is something necessary, but we cannot do it anymore. It's too hard. It's too difficult.

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And it happens with us on a daily basis.

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You start paying yourself,

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you start reciting the Quran regularly. You wake up with 101 day, and you should be waking up more often. But what happens? we're unable to do so. Why? It's because we don't know

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that strength comes from law.

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When does that come? When a person is when a person desires.

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When a person wants to do what a person realizes this lunia around me it's temporary. It's going to be over one day. I am being tested right now. Do I do a tsunami? Or do I leave?

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Do I get distracted by this world? Or do I remain focused on the fact that there is reward in the hereafter in which makikita

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So when a person desires an aloha