Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 16 – L157B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the meaning of the Quran and its use in the culture of Islam. It describes the history and use of words like "will" and "will" to describe actions and emotions, including bragging about being born to be free. The transcript also touches on the use of "bringing" in the language and how it can affect physical appearance. The importance of following commands and showing gratitude to others is emphasized.
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim lesson number 157. So it's my dm. I am number one 240.

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So that's my dm is in my case,

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it was revealed before the digital and there is a narration, which mentions that Jaffa urban Abbey planted when he migrated to Abba Sr. And the king called the Muslims to the court to hear what they had to say. Jaffa had been recited the beginning verses of the Silva.

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So, this tells us that the suta was revealed before the profits or losses are migrated to Medina.

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This loss has 98 verses and it is said that it was revealed after solid faltered

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim

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girl, her Yeah, I

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generally, we have red heroes Nakata that are only two or three. But here we see how many, five

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the flow of Nakata they appear at the beginning of disorders, sometimes forming one idea individually and sometimes at the beginning of an idea. Like for example, in some cases you will see, like over here calf, how Yeah, I thought it is just one idea on its own, isn't it?

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And there are other places where we see in the Quran, that the whole of Qatar are part of the first is there not an ayah individually?

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And these rules, what is their objective? What's the purpose,

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many scholars have interpreted their meaning, they have explained as to what these letters refer to, some have said that these are abbreviations. Some have said that they give some other meaning. Allahu arland, what the exact meaning of these letters is.

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However, the objective, the purpose of these letters is to show the miraculous nature of the Quran

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that these are letters, and no matter how much you try to guess, no matter how much you try to research, you cannot find the meaning because they're the secret of the Quran.

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And these letters, you use them every single day in your day to day language to express yourselves to communicate with one another. However, you can never produce something like the Quran. So, this is a crime of Allah soprano. It cannot be imitated, it cannot be competed with these are the words of Allah.

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And there have not got that they also draw the attention of the listener because generally you will see that these halluf what do they have on them

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and even if it's just one letter is will have a mud on it, which means that the sound of the word has to be stretched it has to be elongated. And as a result of that, automatically the listener his attention is drawn towards it.

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Sometimes it will have Nakata they appear only as one letter. Like for example, *, right? Sometimes it's two letters, such as, yes seen for her, sometimes three, such as Alif Lam Meem, sometimes for such as an airflow mineral, and sometimes five, and it is only two places here at the beginning of solids medium katha inside. And secondly, at the beginning of sort of the sharara where we have her meme I ain't seen.

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So, these letters, what do they show

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the miraculous nature of the Quran

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and you will see that in this surah the words the expressions, the sentence structures are extremely eloquent, very profound, you will see a lot of new words a lot of new word structures and you will see very unique order of words as well and you will see a lot of rhythm in the ayat as well that most of them they end with the sound. So, these letters they show the miraculous nature of the Quran and that is very evident from the surah itself.

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Allah subhanaw taala says Vicarage, Madeira beaker.

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This is a mentioned meaning Heather the, this is a mention this is a report of what the mercy of your Lord upon who are Buddha who upon his servant with servant zekeriya is a curiosity is

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the word we can as you know means remembrance reminder, but it also means a report a mention of something

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such as we learned earlier in total Caf, also add to our laico mean who the car people ask you about the car named Delta.

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I will recite upon you from him as ik meaning a report.

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So similarly over here they could give the meaning of report.

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So this is a mention a report of a special mercy of your Lord upon who?

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upon His servants Acadia.

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And what was that special mercy? What was that special gift that was bestowed upon him?

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A child who was restored to Him, who was gifted to him at an extremely old age,

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when it was not expected at all.

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So what do we learn that children are mercy? Especially when parents are older?

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We don't have the Career Center. He was a great profit from the profits of the children of Islam. So he was from the Bani Israel he was sent to the Bani Israel

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and he was from the descendants of Suleiman or the center

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and the Career Center. He was the caretaker and the leader at the Hakan.

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What is the hiccup? The worship is in Jerusalem, the masjid over there. So he was the caretaker of that mustard and he was also the leader of the people. He was also the Imam of the people. And he was also a very learned scholar, and at the same time, he was also a prophet of Allah.

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Abu huraira, Leonardo he reported that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the courier is Sarah was a carpenter.

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And there's a hadith that is reported in Buhari

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professionally, what was he? He was a carpenter. What does it show to us? That the prophets of Allah, yes, they excelled in their religious knowledge in their leadership. But at the same time, they also had worldly skills. Why?

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In order to make halaal income, in order to be independent,

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so what was this mercy? When was it bestowed upon him?

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It nadder abou when he called out to his Lord. Nada from the root letters known Dell well, or known then yeah, NIDA. And what does that mean? A shout a call. Generally, the word NIDA is used for calling out someone very loudly.

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whether a person is calling out to someone by using words, or he's just calling out to them by making some noise. This is what that is. This is how the word ninja is different from Dora. Dora is just to call someone but ninja is to yell, to shout out to call out loudly to get their attention. whether a person is using meaningful words, or he's just using some sounds, this is what the word means. That literally means. So over here, we see that he called out to his Lord. But NIDA and it was a call. It was a cry. That was huffy. Yeah, that was private. It was secret.

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So it wasn't that he was yelling out when he was making Dora. What kind of dog was he making?

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It was a secret huffy, private door, that he did not share with anyone that he did not even voice out. He perhaps made it in his heart, or he just whispered it so that nobody else would be able to hear it.

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But we see that ninja is actually to Yo, isn't it? So? So how come the word ninja is being used?

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When do you

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when you're desperate? When you're extremely needy? Isn't it?

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When you are longing for help when you're desiring it?

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So the word needed over here shows the longing and the yearning with which he made the store.

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And he made it as a coffee, coffee from the root address Hall. Yeah, secret.

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He did not even share it with anyone. Because if he shared it with someone, people would begin to market him that look at your age. What are you praying for? You want a child? How come?

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So it Ned out of blue? Neither and half a year.

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We see the girl it can be made both loudly and it can also be made privately. Both are permissible.

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However, supplicating privately is more beloved to Allah soprano. Why? Because a person is only confiding in Allah. He is associating the secret with him. He's only trusting upon him, isn't it so when you speak to someone privately, it's more special. And when you speak to them openly in front of others, it's not as special.

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So neither and half a year. This is more beloved to a loss of friends.

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We learned in the Quran. Whether or not

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Welcome double Varun, will Hosea done in the hula, you should

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call upon your Lord in humility and also privately because when a person calls upon a loss penalty in humidity and also privately what happens? There is sincerity. There is more loss. In the hula, you have been Martha Dean, he does not like the transgressors.

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Now, what was his daughter the Korean restaurant was making and when was he making the store? Because if nada when was it that he made this?

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Instead of earlier one, we have learned about how the mother of Maria or his Sena, when she was expecting, when she made a vow, that Allah whatever is in my womb, I am going to dedicate this child to your service to your worship. And when Medina Marta Hassan was born, what did she do, she took her to the Heiko, and she was dedicated over there in order to learn in order to worship exclusively be freed from every other responsibility of this world.

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Now many of us didn't, she was a very special child. And remember, she was the only girl because it was unheard of that a woman would come and dedicate her life to just worshiping and learning was unheard of. It was not a common practice at all.

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And while she was there at the Heckle, the Career Center was made responsible to take care of he would come he would teacher, he would instruct her, and he would also bring her food, he would take care of her needs, because he was also related to her. So because he was her relative, and at the same time, he was also the leader, he was the only one who was allowed to come and visit. But he might have said I'm an odd teacher, but many times it would happen that he would come and he would find some risk with her.

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And this scholars have interpreted as food, like out of season fruit or food that was unknown to people. And this has also been interpreted as knowledge scrolls that were unfamiliar to the rest of the people.

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So in the Korean Peninsula, he would come and see that he would ask her father young or young America where did you get this from? How can you have this because nobody else was allowed to come and visit her. So she would say that this is from Allah soprano.

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Now when's it the artists that um saw that here is this little girl and Allah provides her food that nobody else brings to her that we cannot provide her with, we cannot even bring it to her. Then Allah can give anything, he can bestow anything, it's not difficult for a lot of predator.

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So when he saw these comments, these unusual happenings, he was so encouraged, he was so motivated, that he also made the Atomos

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we learned in sort of earlier and Ron is 38 that who nanika de aza kuriyama right there. And then when he saw what was with money, he made the artola that all my if you can give her You can also give me if you can give her food that is out of season that is foreign, then you can also give me

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honor of be heavily male, I don't care the return for you button in the Casa Mira.

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He said, Oh my Lord, grant me from yourself a good offspring,

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a righteous offspring, a pure offspring. Indeed, you're the hero of supplication.

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So, this is a door that he was making this niddah was for a righteous child.

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And in the following, I add his draw is mentioned again, in another way.

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Honor, he said, the career lesson and the door that he made to Allah, He said or be, oh my lord, in the indeed I won and I was moving,

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my bones have become weak. This is my physical state, that wahana wahana is from the roof address, while High Noon.

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Remember the word one letter he No. One literally means weakness. But remember, it is both physical, tangible, as well as intangible weakness.

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Physical weakness, such as when something becomes very fragile. When something becomes rundown, it becomes feeble. And there could be different reasons behind that.

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If it's a living being it could be due to old age.

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Similarly, it could be because something has been used a lot. And because of the wear and tear, it has become weak. It's not that strong anymore.

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And secondly, what is also intangible weakness. Like for example, when a person becomes weak at his heart, he loses courage, he loses confidence. Emotionally he is down.

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So he says what Hannah it has become weak. What has become weak allows move the bones which bones the bones of my body, mainly from a meaning of

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My being of my body, my bones have become weak.

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Now, weak bones are a symbol of what old age and when a person's bones become weak, then what happens? his entire body becomes weak,

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isn't it

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because when bones become weak, generally at old age, people have to become very careful, because if they ever fall, if they ever get hurt, they could easily break their bones. And if that happens, it will affect the rest of their body, if a person has broken their foot, it will affect their back if they have broken their arm, it will affect their posture, right.

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So it affects the rest of your body. So the weakness of the bones means weakness of the entire body, then the entire body begins to deteriorate. So 100 hours one minute, this is how old and fragile and weak I have become physically I'm weak,

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washed are allowed to shave and my head has filled with white meaning, I am also visibly old.

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You know, sometimes people they feel or they feel weak. But from their appearance, they may appear to be very young, they may appear to be very fresh, they may appear to be physically fine, which is why people cannot understand that they have become old, that they're weak, and they don't treat them like old people like weak people. But here he says that I also appear to be old how that is Darla shaver is Darla is from the newsletters. She and I love Cheryl and Cheryl is to set something on fire. And HDR is when something catches fire.

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So it's Darla, it has caught fire.

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It has flared up.

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When something catches fire, then what happens? The fire spreads very quickly, isn't it so

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like for example, imagine a house that has caught fire. Sometimes it's only at the stove that there's fire, but we see that the entire kitchen is on fire and that fire spreads throughout the house and sometimes from one house to the other. So, fire once it has been caught by something it only spreads very quickly, unless it is controlled immediately.

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So, each dollar words to my head has flared up, it has caught this fire of what Shaban of old of allness of grayness of whiteness the word shape is used for old age sheeba What is it useful old age and in particular it is used for when a person's hair begins to turn gray or white, because of old age because of aging.

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So, it is the whitening of the hair due to aging

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and shabbath also a can is when the mountain tops the peaks of the mountains are covered in snow. So similarly, a person his head is covered in white.

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So he says Easter I love sushi but notice the word is Starla that just as fire, it spreads quickly. firewood, it burned so quickly. Similarly my head within a few months within a few days it has become completely white. That how quickly I have become old. It's not that I have streaks of gray hair here and there. No, my entire head has turned white. This is how old I have become when I'm gone. But despite that, despite all of this, that I'm physically weak that I am obviously old. While I'm a con but still I am not bidrar aka in supplicating you in making Dorado you are up be oh my lord Shaka Yun one who is unhappy.

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I have never been unhappy. I have never been unsatisfied. I have never been distressed and disappointed in making directi

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Shafi is from the root letters chain of well Shirakawa and what is your power mean?

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What is your power

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for men whom Shaka universa read when someone is unlucky when someone is disappointed?

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so shocking, meaning one who is unhappy one who is disappointed

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while I'm accompanied by a corrupt Bishop a year.

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I have never been unhappy in praying to you oh my lord in the past.

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In the past, I have never been hired Mr. Jab. You have always responded to me.

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So I am very hopeful that now also you will respond to me.

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You have never disappointed me. And I'm sure that you will not disappoint me now as well.

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You have never deprived me. And now I am sure that you will not deprive me either.

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Others have said that while I'm a computer exhibition failure, what this means is there are equal meaning you're calling. You're calling you're calling Who? Me? For what? For your service, for the work of your dean.

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So I have not been in your call to me, shut the young one who is wretched, that I did not respond to your call.

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In other words, I have responded to your call.

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I have served the dean, which is why I am hopeful that you too will respond to me.

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Do you understand?

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When you call me for your deen, when you call me for your work? I responded, when you call me for your obedience, I responded. And I am hopeful that now you will also respond to me. What do we learn in this is about?

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First of all, we learned that a person should be positive when he's making.

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He should be extremely hopeful. What do we learn that will either select or evaluate our need for any query? I am close I am near Oji. Without what a dairy is that Ernie, I always respond to the call of the caller when he prays when he calls me.

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So a person should always be hopeful.

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We learn that every day to learn new he reported that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, when one of you makes us application, he should not say if you wish, but Oh Allah, Grant me such and such, if you wish, forgive me, if you wish, you should not say that. Rather, he should be firm in asking, and he should have great hope.

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He should be firm, he should have this confidence, he should be positive, he should be very hopeful. Because Allah does not think that anything that he gives is too great. It's not difficult for a lot to give anything to you.

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So do not be doubtful, do not be shaky. Rather, be confident, be very hopeful, be very positive.

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Another very important lesson that we learned about draw from this ayah is that a person should continue making draw for little and small things throughout his life. Because we see over here that he says Well, I'm a combi like rubbish in the past, oh my lord, whenever I've made the wrong, you've always responded. And now if I make Dora I'm hopeful that again, you will respond to me. Because when a person continues to pray, then his voices familiar in the MLS.

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And when a person does not make dua, and finally one day he raises up his hands, and he prays that his voice is unfamiliar in the moment. And his law is not responded to, because he doesn't have that reputation. So, a person should continuously make the even or model the laryngeal, he would say that I make supplication in everything I do. Even that Allah will make the stride of my animal long, so that I find easy,

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because sometimes you're driving and your car is not cooperating with you. So even Ramona said that I made Dora in everything in everything so that it can bring comfort in my heart.

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Another very important lesson that we learned about da is that when a person responds to the call of Allah, then Allah will respond to his goal.

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When a person will respond to the command of Allah, when a person will obey. When a person will serve the deen. Then what will happen? Allah subhanaw taala will also respond to his daughters.

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So if you want your daughters to be accepted, what do you have to do? respond to the call of Allah? respond to the event?

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Follow the outcome of Allah Institute of Art 18 we learn lilla Venus dejavu lira bu

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those who respond to the call of their Lord for them is

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that when they ask Allah for something and he will also give them

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think about it, a lot of panatela commanders so many times in the Quran, calling us to serve the deen to support the deen to take it forward to warn the people to give the good news? And if we say yes, yes, it is important that we don't do anything. And then we ask Allah for something, we ignore his call, then how can we expect that our calls will be not ignored? They will be accepted they will be responded to. So if you want your daughter to be accepted, if you want ease and comfort in your life, then what do you have to do respond to the carnival.

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So Coriolis Alam says Well, I'm a computer ecologist

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Another very important lesson that we learned with regards to the law is that when making the law, a person should use what sila what is Waseda.

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Something like a good deed that will be a means of the acceptance of the Waseda does not mean that you ask a saint or that person, a righteous person, that I'll make you happy. So you make sure that my request is granted know what sila is, like a good deed that a person performs as a result of which the chances of the law being accepted are increased,

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which is why we see that if a person listens to the other attentively, and he responds to the other, and then he makes the, then what do we learn that that is the time of the acceptance of prayers.

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Similarly, after the recitation of the Quran, after performing the Salah

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when you've been fasting the whole day and you break the fast at that time when you make the similarly at hedge when a person is constantly engaged in worshipping Allah, when he makes the wrong all of these times are what have the acceptance of them.

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So a person should make use of Waseda meaning when a person is making the rounds that he should perform some good deed before that, or he should mention that Oh Allah, I did such and such. Please respond to my dog.

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Like over here is a career Listen, I'm saying that I have responded to your call before. I have been serving the dean. I hope that you will respond to me.

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This is just like the story of the three men who got stuck in the cave. Right? How did they make the other Oh Allah, I did such and such. So please relieve me of this problem.

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We learned in South America I 35. Allah subhanaw taala says yeah, are you here? Let me know if the camera were better who La La Silla. What j Lucy Sabine de Landa come to stay home.

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Or you will have believed fear Allah and seek the means of nearness to him and strive in His cause, that you may succeed.

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Zachary, Allison m says, What in the sifter Medallia Marathi. And indeed, I fear the successors after

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cliff, Cliff to us from home and office fear about the future.

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It is such fear about something dangerous, something harmful in the future, that a person is quite certain will happen. First thing is quite sure that it's going to happen.

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It's not that a person is like, what if this happens and what if that happens? This is not like being paranoid. But this is like a person is sure that this will happen. So this is why he's afraid.

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So I fear I'll noelia my successes. You see Elmo, Leah, the successors of mine.

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My Wiley is the plural of the word Mola. And the word Mola has several meanings. It's used for Guardian it's used for a friend and it's also used for air

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and we have learned earlier while he couldn't Linda Allah, Mo earlier for each person we have appointed Mojave

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some awareness of the meanings of the word muhuali is relatives of a person,

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but which relatives of a person those who are his indirect is

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the indirect heirs of a person.

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Remember, we learned earlier that when a person dies and it leaves behind some property, who are the immediate ears, it says children, spouse and parents okay. And in the absence of one or more of these relatives, or if there is excessive amount of wealth, then what will happen? The inheritance will also be given to some other relatives, such as siblings, uncles, cousins, etc, etc. So, my family are who the extended family of a person,

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the indirect heirs of a person who inherit the estate, especially in the case where the disease does not have his immediate heirs.

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Typically, the immediate heirs who

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typically think about it, it's the son right, because once parents, generally a person thinks that they will not be alive when I pass away. Similarly, a spouse of the same age will not be alive when I pass away.

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Typically, people consider their son, their child to be their ear. And the courier Hassan did not have a child.

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So he says that I fear from my my family, I fear concerning them. Mayweather he after me, meaning after my death,

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what was his fear that he had about them?

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That who is going to lead them who

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is going to guide them, who is going to instruct them.

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And remember that the morality of the Career Center in the bigger picture would be the entire Bunny is slightly because the bunny is fine are all related to one another.

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So I fear for them that who is going to guide them, who is going to lead them, who is going to instruct them. Right now I am their leader, but after me after I am gone, who is going to take this mission forward?

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And secondly, from my close relatives, I don't see anyone who is worthy of inheriting my mission, who is worthy of carrying this mission forward.

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Generally, when a person has a business,

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or a person is doing some very important work, he is always concerned about who is going to take over his work once he's gone. Isn't he Genet is what people are concerned about.

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Now, Zachary Arneson, um, do not have a business a lot of wealth that he wanted should be taken care of once he's gone. What was his work?

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It was related to the dean. It was related to guiding people leading people.

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So he was concerned that from my relatives, I don't see anyone who is as dedicated, who is as sincere. Who would be that punctual who would be that worthy of taking this responsibility. So I'm afraid that when I'm gone, what's going to happen? What kind of and she is, who is in a team, my wife, aka one one who is better. On top of that, my wife is barren. She cannot bear children for her belly. So you give me mila dunka from your cell phone of luck when Legion and air from somewhere somehow you give me an error, because you can do anything. You give me a warning.

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Notice the word that he uses for his wife aka aka the newsletters I in class law and ricotta is barrenness, it is when something does not produce any more. So for example, a land that does not produce any plants or a female that does not give birth

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are called a novela. is when a dead bomb has been uprooted.

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Once it has been uprooted can produce any fruit. No, it cannot remember the word aku. Sokoto Nakata, they hamstring the she can because once she gamma has been killed, that's it she cannot produce anything No, no milk, no children nothing like that. And from the same root is a word with the sukoon on the path and Apple is used for the last child of someone the youngest child after whom there is none.

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So the youngest child is

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after them there is no more child.

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So the word

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is used for a man or a woman who has had children before but cannot have anymore

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because who is the last child what does it show that they have had children before? But now they cannot have any more children. This could be due to old age this could be because of some physical disease or illness or inability.

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It could be for various reasons.

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And on the other hand, our theme or theme is also used for someone who is better. Our theme is someone who has never ever had children.

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All that arduous June, our theme, the wife of Ibrahim Renison and what did she say? I think our theme is someone who's never had children. But our pet especially is who who cannot have children anymore.

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Regardless of whether they have had before. We're not concerned about what happened in the past. We are concerned about the future. They are unable to have children.

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So my wife is an advocate. She is old just like me. And she cannot produce children. She cannot have children, but heavily melancholia. So you give me a volley from yourself. I don't know how from where but you give me

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first of all we see in this ayah the detail in which the career lesson is laying out his circumstances before most apprentice

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that were handler as woman knee was Darla shaver while I'm accompany to our exhibitions a year we're in nacional Medallia in World War II, this is why I want a child what kind of people are out there after and she cannot have a child. Look at all the detail that he's laying out before Allah soprano

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doesn't already know.

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Doesn't mean already.

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Of course he knows more than we know. He knows us funny. But why is he mentioning all of this then? Because sometimes we think what's the purpose of making door doesn't love it? No mistake. Why should I

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Say, Allah give me this Allah give me that I need this because such and such reason doesn't allow it. No, of course he knows. The reason behind mentioning all of this is to invite the mercy of Allah.

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Now person may say, but isn't a lot already merciful. Of course, he is already merciful, he will have mercy on you anyway. But the point is to show or wudi, to show humility, to show servitude, to show that, Oh Allah, I need you. I am nothing I need your help.

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To show that, although I am dependent on you, I am very small before you.

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So the point of mentioning all of this is to do every bad. Because remember, Dora is very bad.

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Because unfortunately, many times we refrain from making the raw or we refrain from making a long do our mentioning everything. Why? Because we say Allah already knows.

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But sometimes when we're talking to people, when we ask for their help, we will talk to them for hours. We will tell them one detail after another detail one story after another one, we don't get tired over there. But many times when we're making the call, we think alone, right? He knows us he knows already. Yes, he is already merciful, but said anyway. Invite His mercy, and show your servitude show that you are his servant, show that you need him.

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Also, have you seen this ayah that's a career lesson I was concerned about having a child not so that the child can take care of him when he has become extremely old when he's unable to do anything. Not so that the child can continue making money and providing for his parents and looking after their needs. Know, what is his concern? Why does he want a child

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to carry the work forward?

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Because the one who truly loves Allah, He truly loves the deen of Allah.

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And if he is serving the deen, he wants that this word should continue. This work should not end with his death.

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And this is why as a career and his center is praying for a child who will carry the work forward.

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We also see in this ayah that a Korean s&m realizes his situation that he is old, his wife has acted logically, physically, it's not possible for them to have a child.

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But his eyes are fixed upon what the power of Allah

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that Oh Allah, you can do anything. You have so many causes. And you have unlimited resources. You can give so much without limit. You can provide solutions that people cannot even imagine.

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I want help with regards to this matter. so heavily melancholia. I don't know how or what, but you give me a solution.

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Now many times it happens that we are in a difficulty. We are in a problem. We see a dead end before us. We don't know where to go from there. And we think oh, that's it, it's finished. Accept it. Move on to something else. Know, when your work is important. When your mission is important, don't give up. Ask him to help you and He will provide a solution that you cannot even imagine.

Maryam 1-40 Word Analysis and Tafsir 1-5

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