Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 16 – L158D

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The Bible's use in various locations, including the use of "na Vi" in English, is discussed, along with the importance of not leaving alone and being mindful of one's family. The speakers emphasize the need for practice in learning and practicing certain skills to become effective in personal life. The importance of not being too excited or too scared when it comes to certain characteristics is also emphasized. The agenda is to measure the power of the word recitation and make people aware of its impact on their emotions and behavior.
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over him,

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what could Phil kitabi Moosa and mentioned in the book Musashi Salaam.

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Salaam, is mentioned in the Quran in almost every single dose.

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He's mentioned in the Quran a lot, so one could feel kitabi Musa mentioned him again, in who can indeed he was Muslim on one who is sincere, or one who is chosen.

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Muslim is from the roof letters, ha Lam salt and more class ism of rude and literally it means one who has been chosen one who has been selected.

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But more or less is used for someone who has been chosen on the basis of their pure heartedness. They're being sincere, they're being dedicated. So indeed, he was a Muslim, he was chosen, he was selected, selected by who, by Allah.

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What was he selected for what was he chosen for?

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What was special about him, that Allah subhanaw taala gave him exclusively,

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that Allah subhanaw taala spoke to him. So, he was chosen

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to speak to a loss of primal data directly.

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And also he was chosen for certain messages that he had to deliver to the people. He was chosen for Prophethood in total RF I 144. We learned earlier Moosa innisfail to Karla nasci viticella, it will be khademi that a lot of panel data set or Moosa, I have chosen you over the people with my messages. And also my words, do you

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say he was chosen in two ways by being given messages by being made a profit, and also by Allah soprano data speaking to him directly?

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What cannot assume and and he was a messenger, they begin a profit.

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We see over here, two titles are given to musasa.

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That first of all of our soul, and secondly, NaVi,

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with regards to Ibrahim Robison, and what did we learn in who canister do can never be here.

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Over here, we seek to

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some scholars, they differentiate between our soul and navy

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that some who are given where he, they were pursued, and others were Navy, there is a difference between the two.

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And other scholars do not differentiate between the two

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that Russell and NaVi is the same and both the terms can be used interchangeably.

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Because when Allah subhanaw taala uses the word Rahul, to refer to His Messenger. It is because in the context, that term is more relevant. And if the word nubby is mentioned, it's because in the context, the term Navy is more relevant. So there is a difference of opinion amongst the scholars, some say there's a difference. Others said that no, it's the same. It's just two different descriptions. And depending on the context, one of them is used or both are used.

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And over here, we see that both are being used.

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Now those who say there is a difference, what is that difference? They say that razon is from reseller and reseller is what message

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and our soul is someone who has been given a message to deliver to the people

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who has been given a new law, okay, which means that the law that was being practiced by the people before will now be abrogated.

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Like for example, Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam he was a lawsuit.

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What do we say Mohammed Abu rasuluh. He was sued. Why? Because he was given a new law a new Sharia. The total it was given to Masada Center, the NGO was given to the center, but now we have been given a new scripture a new law to follow. We will not follow what musala said abroad, what Lisa said abroad, what are we supposed to follow? What Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam said a soul is someone who has been given a new Sharia

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and a nobody, on the other hand, is not someone who has been given a new shittier

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but rather he has been sent to revive the shittier

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Okay, he has been sent to revive the era that was brought by the previous messenger

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like for example musar nslm. He was at a school he was given the Torah.

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After masala s&m several prophets came, isn't it.

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So many other minorities lambda would only say

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Right zaccaria, Hassan,

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all of these prophets, when did they come after musasa. And all of them they were sent to to the Bani Israel in particular.

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And when they came, they did not bring a new law. What did they do? They told the people to follow the toa

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isn't at all. They did not bring a new law, but rather they came to revive the law. Because the people had forgotten they were not practicing properly. They had strayed away from it, they needed more guidance, therefore, the prophets were sent.

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So this is one difference that is given between rhassoul and nebby. There are other differences that are given as well. However, this one is sufficient.

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But remember that over here, musala Center is called a rhassoul. And an AVI why, for two reasons.

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Because first of all, every resume is a Nabhi as well.

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Every law school is a Navy as well, whereas every Navy is not a law school.

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How, think about it,

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that our soul is given a new message to deliver. But at the same time, he's also reminding the people of what they're supposed to do. Right?

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And remember that following the new law is a part of following the previous law. How that the Bani Israel. They were supposed to believe what was mentioned in the Torah and the NGO and as a result of that, believe in the Quran.

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They were told in their scriptures that the last messenger will come.

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So when they would believe in the Prophet sallallahu sallam, what would they be doing in reality, following the book that was given to them before, but from that point onwards, what law are they supposed to live by the Quran?

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every law school is in a V as well. But every now V is not also.

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Secondly, the set that musala sometimes called vasudha nebia. Because the word nebby over here is not being used for profit, but rather the word NaVi is being used in its literal sense.

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And what is the word Nabhi? literally mean? It is said that NaVi is from the root letter is known bad Well, from the word Nebraska. And Nebraska is a dune it's a high place. So in a B is someone who is on a high position, who has a very high status. So musasa was the rhassoul.

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But what kind of aerosol was he have a very high status? And what was that very high status, that he was from the oluwole as he was from those messengers, who were given a lot of determination.

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So what can or suelen never be here?

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wanner dana, who, and we called him Allah subhanaw taala called him minjerribah Puri, from the side of the food. Janet is the side apart section of something. And through his mount, so we called him from the side of the Mount, which side of the mount element the right one and a man is from the reflectors yummy moon.

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And Ayman, is that which is on the right, most right far, right. And it's also said that a man is that which is full of Baraka that which is blessing

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because the Arabs, they associated a lot of blessing with the right.

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So we call him from the side of the mountain

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at the right.

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What does it mean by this at the right meaning that side of the mountain that was on Musashi, Sam's right side,

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as he was traveling from Meridian,

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as he was traveling from

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the mountain was on his right side.

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And from that right side of the mountain, Allah subhanaw taala called him.

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That is where Musa heard

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will call robinair who, and we brought him near Nigeria, confide into him. In private conversation, the key from the newsletters, noon gene Well, from the word najwa, which is a private conversation, when two or more people are talking privately without letting anybody else know about what they're talking about. a private conversation. And when someone is invited to have a private conversation with someone, it elevates their status. Doesn't they become special. So what komaba now hoonah jiya we brought him in

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flaws for private dock.

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He spoke to a loss of penalty without any intermediary.

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We learned that musallam he was in Egypt. And when he killed him and by mistake, the people of their own, they were looking for musasa in order to kill him. So musasa What did you do? He left Egypt and he ran away and he ended up where in Medina, when he was in Meridian, he lived there for 10 years. He got married over there, he had a family over there. And after 10 years, he traveled from at the end with his wife, with his family. And as he was traveling on the journey, Allah subhanaw taala honored him with Prophethood and he honored him to be spoken to. We learn from New da Musa when he came over there he was called out almost

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what will happen Allah who and we gift it to him, Miller, Medina from our mercy. Who did we give him a hug who his brother, which brother of his * Runa. And how was he a gift for him that his brother Helen was made a Nabi a prophet.

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So Allah subhanaw taala, gifted musala Santa, with his brother being a very big support for him.

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And how did he become a very big support for him, that his brother Harun was also made a prophet of Allah.

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So both of them were given the responsibility to go and release the Bani Israel from federal

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and gaida Bani Israel.

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Now, imagine facing the federal just imagine and imagine dealing with a people like that of Bani Israel.

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It was a very difficult work, isn't it? So now imagine you have another person to help you to support you. So your work is shared, your responsibility is shared.

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This was a big gift for Messiah center.

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Because when a huge task is given to only one person to perform, it becomes very difficult for them.

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And if they have even one supporter, even one who shares the responsibility with them, it's a big relief.

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We learned in sort of Haha, I a 29 onwards, that musala sam he prayed to Allah. That was your unli was Isla Minnelli and make for me and assistant a helper from my family. How on earth and he specified that Oh Allah, make my brother How long? my helper

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wish to be ezri strengthen me with him. Well, Ashley COVID Emily and share him in my affair give him a share in my magic.

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And other place we learn who else or how many Listen, he said, or allow my brother How long? He is more eloquent than me in speech for sale humare added and sustained him with me as a support. You said diakonia he will confirm me in the ahafo and you get the booni I'm afraid that fair, honest people are going to reject me. So this was a big gift on him that Allah subhanaw taala accepted as the raw and he made a profit as well.

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What's the lesson that we learned from what is mentioned of musasa Before we continue,

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share one lesson that we learned from what is mentioned off musasa

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if we go in the way of Allah, Allah will provide help from those who are closest to us. You see the career lesson he was given a son? Yeah, Harrison was also a prophet from his own family. He got support. Even though he ran a center, yes, his father rejected him. But Allah gave him support again from who from his children from his grandchildren.

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We see over here again, Masada sallam, he needed help he needed support. A lot of times it gave him his brother. When a person helps the cause of Allah. Allah will give him help.

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He will face challenges he will face difficulties, but a lot will never leave him alone.

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What good Phil kitabi is married and mentioned in the book is married Ernest,

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who was married or who sent a

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son of Abraham.

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In who can indeed he was saw the couloir The one who is true to promise. He was very true in the promise that he had made. What promise did he make?

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When his father had a dream that I have been told to slaughter you? What did he say? Yeah. If I met

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him through the soffit I want him to do we learned that he said, Oh my father, do what you have been commanded. said that you do need insha Allah him in a song

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Insha Allah, Allah willing, you will find me of those who are patient.

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It's not that I'm just making this promise right now go ahead and do what you're supposed to. And when the time comes, I'll run away, I'll disappear. No, he was true to his promise in the who can Assad convert? He was true to his promise, what kind of a siouxland and he was also a messenger, and in obeah, a prophet or he was a messenger of an exalted status

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so rasulillah via convenient service both he was a messenger and he was also a newbie, and secondly, he was also for our highest status.

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What can I get Moodle and what was special about his married or is that he used to order he used to come in, I know who his family remember the word is used for family, especially wife.

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But the word also applies to followers. Just as a Hello kita.

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So where can I get more Allah who used to order his family or he used to order his people? His comb

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besotted with the Salah, was the karate and the soccer.

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And notice a word can can means was past tense, right? But when the word can appears before fairmile daughter, like over here, Canada yet Moodle, it gives meaning of Mowgli is temporary.

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What does a steamroller mean? continuous?

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So can I Yeah, well, he always used to order he constantly would come in. This was his habit, that he would always tell his family, he would always tell his people that they should persona and that they should give us a cat.

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This is what he always used to do.

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So what is it sure

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that he was very committed to select, he was very committed to the cat himself. And he also commanded his family and people to do the same.

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What did we learn earlier, that when a person loves something for himself,

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then he will definitely definitely love it for his children, for his family.

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Whatever you like for yourself, that's what you're going to like for your family. So when a person wants Dean for his family, what does it show his love and commitment for the dean.

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So he was very committed to the work and yet Moodle earlobe is for that he was the Getty Center in the beginning of the year, and he was near his Lord, one who is pleasing.

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Many times it happens that people are very practicing themselves. And they will also be preaching. They will also be busy in guiding other people. But they ignore their own family.

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They ignore their own children. They ignore their own spouses. This is not correct. This is not right. Because if you really like the dean, if it's really a part of you, if you're really dedicated to it, then you will also share it with your family. And we see this team repeatedly in the salon, the career lesson and wanted it for his son. Ibrahim is an unwanted for his father. This is very important that we have to want the deen for our family as well.

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What kind are in the law Haemophilia?

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Now we see over here that especially what did he do? He used to tell his family to praise Allah.

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And to give this account

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the mainland what happens? We wait for others to wake us up.

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Right? We wait for others to tell us the time of Salah has come. That's also okay. You're making sure that you pray and you have as other people to wake you up.

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But who is better? The one who wakes other people up? If you have to get up first, to wake other people up. Don't think that it's unfair. It's not unfair. It's the Sunnah of the prophets of Allah that they use to tell people.

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So after being concerned for ourselves, we also have to be concerned for our families for those who are around us. And especially with regards to solar.

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We learned as a career they said he was concerned about his morality. What did he say when he lifted Medallia Meanwhile, he even though he writes to them, he invited his father musasa Madara, to Allah to make his brother, a partner. It's my either and I said what kind of yet it was like it and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well. What was it often right at the beginning, do announce the message to who do his closest family members were under our shield article, a copy those who are closest to you. So if we truly

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love our family if we truly love our relatives that alongside their dunya we also need to be concerned about their.

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about their Deen

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what kerfeld kitabi and mentioned in the book Idris Idris is Allah. Who was he in Ghana? Indeed, he was Cydia Khan, a man of truth, just like Ibrahim or s&m, and he was also in Albion.

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He was also a prophet of Allah,

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who was Idris arsenal.

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It is said that it

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was the great grandfather of New Orleans.

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So he came before No.

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It is also said that his actual name was if new

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and his title was Idris.

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And what is Idris mi Idris is from that or seen those. So those is to study to read. So it is is kathira dos, one who studies a lot one who reads a lot one who writes a lot.

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And it is said that he was given this title, because he was the first one to use the pen. He was the first human being to use the pen.

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Just imagine

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this was a time before New Horizons, he was the first one to write. He was also the first one to use a needle.

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Yes, there was a time when it was invented. And he was the one who used it first.

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And he also invented the scale this concept of weighing things. So he is the one who invented this. It is also that he was an expert of his app of account keeping or you could say math. He was an expert in this field. And he was also the first prophet after other medicinal

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other medicine and was the first prophet. And after him Idris Ali Salaam was the Prophet. And then after him new Hardison was the first law school he was the first messenger

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So what could fill Idris in who can a Cydia con nebbia. So what do we learn about Idris our listener, that he was a prophet who had many skills, many many skills.

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And it was something very necessary. Sometimes when we focus only on the deen, we neglect all other skills. If we want our children to become profiles, if we want them to become those people who memorize the Quran, who are very good in their knowledge of the deen, then we neglect other qualities. Both are necessary, especially when a person want that your children should become very refined, when you want to children should be successful. When you want it, your children should be effective in whatever that they do. All types of skills are necessary. And you see over here what is mentioned the needle

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writing. Similarly the scale but many times people don't pay attention to such things. Right. Similarly, when it comes to cooking, I don't cook I only know how to study.

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I love studying. I love reading I love writing, I can write long essays. Don't tell me to cook. Don't tell me to clean?

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This is something that I can't do. No, all these skills are necessary. Because think about it. If you're busy studying and you're hungry, what are you going to eat? Are you always going to expect other people to cook food for you? How long will that happen? How long will you depend on other people,

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you should be independent. And for that reason, learning all of these skills is extremely necessary. And remember that when you're learning these skills when you're practicing these skills, worldly skills, if you're near is that you want to be effective in your work, inshallah, even that act will be an act of worship.

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Remember that? So don't neglect these things. Because sometimes when we come to work, then we neglect every other thing. Yes, we should be focused on our studies on our religion. But at the same time these skills are also necessary to make us more effective.

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So what could fill keytab Idris in new kindness with the economy Yeah, but we see that the title that he was given what still have what

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regarding his study regarding his reading and writing, not stitching and other things, but he was given the title of Idris

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while a foreigner who and we raised him McKenna Aliya to a high station to a very high position. He was of a very exalted position. What was that exalted position Some have said this refers to Prophethood

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that he was given Prophethood This is what mccannon Alia refers to

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there's some narrations that state that Idris Ali Salaam was raised up to the heavens just like restart isn't

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that bad referral level with his body and soul. Similarly, Idris RSM was also raised up in the same

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But on these narrations they reported to be weak.

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So, we learned that the profits are the lowest and when he went on the night journey, when he went on the Mirage on the ascension, he saw various profits at various semi wealth, remember,

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and he saw it reads our histogram in the fourth heaven.

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So we see that mccannon earlier, perhaps it refers to that high position that he was given, because every prophet was not taken to. It was not shown to him at a particular summer, only some were shown. Right. So it restarted Sam was amongst them.

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What a foreigner who mccannon ehrlichia. Owner iica those are the ones who, meaning all of these prophets were mentioned over here. The courier listener Yeah, here in the Santa Maria Maria Sana reciting Ibrahim is smart entities and also his health ner qub. All of these profits are Who? Allah subhanaw taala says they are in Medina, they are those people who an arm Allahu

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Allah blessed upon them.

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Every day we pray, he didn't start off and was lovely, Siddhartha Latina and underlay. So Allah says, These are the people whom we bless them. Bless them with what with the dire with guidance, we bless them with various blessings of Deen as well as dunya as well as Allah, Allah, Allah Dena Anoma Allahu Allah him.

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So, if you want to know what the right way is, what do you need to do? follow the way of these prophets. So look at their characteristics, look at their qualities that are mentioned over here.

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And if a person develops these qualities, then inshallah he is on the Serato Mr.

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He is on the Surat of Allah Deena and untidy

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and amongst these qualities is Of what?

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To be truthful.

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To be honest, to be dedicated

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to be committed. These are necessary qualities una eco Latina, underarm Allahu la manana begin. There are the prophets, meaning these are all of the prophets of Allah. And these prophets of Allah, Who are they? Are they some other kind of creation? No. Allah says means really at the ad and they're from the children of Adam or hustler. They were human beings just like you're a human being. They were also human beings. Typically, what do people say, Oh, they were prophets. They were so deep, how can we be?

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Are they had such a high hope? Because they were prophets of Allah, how can we have such hopes? No, they were human beings, you can also have these similar qualities. And if it was impossible for us to develop these qualities, that alone would not have mentioned these to us.

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He would not have told us that these are the people whom Allah blessed.

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No, if only because it's possible for us to strive to develop these qualities. This is why he has shown us this way. Missouri Yeti Adam, they're from the children of Adam Allison, why man hemella and also from those whom we carried Mara New Haven with new highness and and were in the ship, meaning more specifically from the descendants of Adam Madison and who are they from the descendants of new Harrison because remember, new Harrison was also known as Adam within the second Adam. Because all the people afternoon Harrison came from his progeny.

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woman's reality Abraham and from the children of Ibrahim on escena, from New Hardison Prophethood went into the descendants of Ibrahim Anissa. What is our eel and Israel specifically? Who is the title Israel of the ACCUPLACER that we see the Zachary Allah Samia Harrison, these profits are from the descendants of jacobellis.

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Well my man hi Dana and those who we guided wedges avena and we chose either tooth La La him, when it is recited upon them, what is recited upon them, I add to the verses of the Most Merciful what happens to them have rules. So gentlemen, where will they fall down as one's prostrating? So Dylan is a part of Sajid, Wolbachia, and as one two are crying, it is said that buki is the plural of Becky and it's from the rotators back f Yeah. And buka is to cry, do we? But it is such crying in which there is no sound. The person is crying tears are coming out of his eyes. However, he does not wail he does not make loud noise. We see that when it comes to both laughing and crying. What kind

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of laughing or crying are liked,

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in which there is no sound

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it doesn't mean that

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Laughter or giggling is not permissible. What is preferred is that even when a person laughs He does not laugh too loud.

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Why? Because when we laugh too loud, then it makes us heedless. It makes us forget our purpose. And if we continue laughing loudly, then what happens? Sometimes you will see that if you laugh too loud, children become scared.

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They do. Right? If you cry loudly, children become scared. It's not natural to do things like this. It should be in moderation.

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So we see over here, that when they used to hear the Ayat of Allah, subhanaw, taala, hallucigenia, mukhiya, they would fall down in frustration, weeping, crying, what do we learn in this ayah?

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The prophets of Allah are mentioned that all of these prophets, who were they, they were those who Allah blessed, they were those whom Allah guided.

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They were those whose hearts were soft, those who were affected by the ayatollah, that when the ayatollah decided they would begin to cry, they would fall down in frustration, humbling themselves before Allah.

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This shows to us, first of all, that all of the prophets, they convey the same message.

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And what is that message, the worship of almost

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being humble before Allah, hello, Sudan, wobbu, Kenya.

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This was the message that was conveyed by all of the prophets.

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And it also shows to us that all of the prophets must be believed.

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Because all the prophets are mentioned over here, indirectly, from the descendants of Abraham from the descendants of new from the descendants of Adam Edison, so out of the profits must be believing without any differentiation.

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And from the descendants of Abraham and s&m. And this idea, Allah Subhana, WA, tada says, women had a net worth of the Vayner. And from them, we guided and we also chose,

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what is the show that from the descendants of Abraham and Israel, some were chosen, some were guided, and others were

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not chosen. They were not guided. When Ibrahim or they said I made the wrong color woman to reality, that all also choose my children. What are the last panel dalisay, Leonardo are designed to meet my promise is not for those who do wrong.

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So what do we see that yes, these prophets were blessed.

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However, there was also effort on their part.

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There was also a man that was in their hearts, there was also feeling that was in their hearts, which is why when the ayat will recite it, you could see some reaction.

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They felt it. It wasn't that they, as they said, We believe and yes, we teach and we preach, no, they had it in their hearts. So until a person puts in effort himself, he will not attain a higher rank.

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Just by being associated with righteous people.

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Just by having a good title, that is not enough. What is necessary, that a man must be alive in the heart,

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it must be alive in the heart and what's the sign of that, that when the Ayat of Allah recited, a person becomes humble, he begins to weep.

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We learn elsewhere as well, we have a lunatic Afghani yakun, wave z, to whom kosha. And they fall upon their faces weeping, and the Orion increases them in humble submission.

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put in the effort to cry, but in the effort to make yourself humble.

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Feel the ayah because until a person's heart does not shiver, until a person does not feel, then the Quran cannot enter his heart.

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And when the Quran does not enter, then change cannot come.

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Emotion has to be there. You may have noticed that whatever hits you, whatever you feel in your heart, that is what you remember, isn't it? That's a change that comes into you.

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So this shows to us that we should increase in our recitation of the ayatollah.

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We should increase because it has taught law earlier, we should increase in listening to this recitation, so that it can have an impact on our heart because only when there's an impact, then there can be changed.

Maryam 41-65 Word Analysis and Tafsir 51-58

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