Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 17 – L171E

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Al-Hajj 65-78 Word Analysis and Tafsir 77-78

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Okay, let's continue.

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Yeah, you have levena Manu, or you have believed el carro bow down. What do you do? and prostrate wearable Dora back home and worship your Lord with our little Hira and do good deeds, why not our local flair Hoon so that you may be successful?

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These is the last few items a little homage, or the conclusion of the soul of

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the teachers, the main message, the main lessons that we learn from this

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from the beginning of the solar What have we been learning,

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that the day of judgment is coming? This life is for a purpose. You have to worship Allah. Allah has bestowed so many favors upon you, the might of Allah has been demonstrated in this order.

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So all you who have believed in Peru, after learning all of this, after listening to all of this, after reflecting upon all of this bow down before Allah, doodle Kumar.

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Kuru is from record and was Judo and not just record but also do such meaning, praise Allah.

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And in your prayer, lengthen your record, lengthen your salute,

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make them the highlight of your Salah.

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Why do core and sudo

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because these two positions What do they show? humility and submission, worship. So it was do and don't just focus on Salah, but also focus on other acts of worship? Where boo robocon and also worship your Lord meeting pay attention to other acts of Riba. If you notice, specific Riba is mentioned first, and then generally that is mentioned.

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So praise Allah, and also worship your Lord

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will follow Hira and do good deeds. What does it mean by this, that also perform various types of good deeds?

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Because many times, what is the focus of people that you just perform the obligations? You abstain from heroin, and that's it. That's it. Just do the obligations. Praise Allah, you've done the hard yoga, give this a class pass the month of Ramadan. And here's the thing. This is what my religion is about. I don't do any harm. I don't eat. I don't buy a harem. I don't earn Hold on. This is all that my life is about. But what do we see over here? That don't just stop there? Rather, move on? What further Lyra. do various types of good deeds, increase in your goodness excel in good deeds. Move on fresh, forward spread goodness. It's just like a person who is sitting in the car, he's just

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sitting, is that going to take him somewhere? No, you have to drive the car, you have to move forward. When you drive only then you can proceed.

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So what for our new hire, keep going forward, keep doing one thing after the other, don't sit idle, do something What are those higher

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and higher includes all kinds of good deeds, different different kinds of good deeds, towards all the creatures of Allah, do good to people, do good to animals, do good to the environment, do good to believers do good to non believers.

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And good can be done in various ways by feeding, by helping by joining relations, by showing good manners by treating the other person in a good way.

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So what follow Hira, do good deeds, do good deeds perform various types of good deeds, and when you will do that, then you will be successful, that are local to your home, so that you can be successful in this dunya and also in the era,

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that in the dunya you will be successful in the ACA, you will enter

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So, what do we learn in this ayah

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that in order for a person to become successful, he must he must develop these qualities within himself.

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And what are they that first of all, he should perform the Salah regularly.

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If you notice in the sutra, we have learned about the importance of Salah again and again.

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That those people to whom Allah will give leadership to Who are they in mcconnelsville Rd akarma salata

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so established us Allah

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and along with praying the Salah also perform other actions

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of worship.

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And along with performing the rituals, the ritual acts of worship with our little Hydra, also do other types of good deeds. Also be good to people, be good to the creatures of Allah,

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that Allah come to flee home, this is the way to success. And if a person leaves any of these things, even one, then he's not going to become successful neither in dystonia, nor India.

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Because we see that many times, people, they will only focus on the rituals, they think that for them to be successful, they only have to focus on the rituals, and how they are with the people, it doesn't really make a difference.

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And on the other hand, there's another extreme that people think that if you want to be a good person, then you should be charitable, you should do welfare work, you should, you know, fight for animal rights, you should fight for women's rights, these people you should defend that group. This is what people think was our little hater, this is the way to success.

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But we see that the way to success includes all three things, Salah, ritual acts of worship, and also other types of ICT.

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All three things are necessary. And this is who a true believer is the one who will focus on all of these things.

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What did he do filler he and strive in the way of Allah

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strive in the way of Allah, why?

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In order to be successful, because Allah come to Pharaoh and has been mentioned.

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But along with these things, other things are also necessary. And what are they that j do fella he helped a Jihad he with the striving that is due to him.

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Joy he do is from the newsletters. Jean has done from the word jihad.

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And it's derived from the word good. What does it mean?

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The strength of a person the words are the ability of a person.

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So the strength the ability of a person when a person is capable of doing.

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So jihad is that a person uses his maximum ability, puts in his maximum effort to do something.

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And jihad is also derived from the word jihad, where Jihad means masaka extreme effort that a person struggles, endeavors he bears hardship, in order to accomplish something.

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So what is Jihad

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that a person puts in his maximum effort, whatever that he can, whatever that is within his ability, he does it striving, hard, endeavoring, putting in effort, why? In order to achieve something

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in order to update something, or in order to rebuild something?

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And remember, that you had, it has been understood in three ways that it is of three types. Because you have is what struggle that you put in your maximum effort, why? In order to fight it, and something in order to achieve something in order to repel something. So it's a three types.

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First of all, it is to fight. It is to struggle against the apparent enemy against the visible enemy,

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that someone who is coming against you, someone who is struggling to stop you from doing what you should be doing. What do you do, you become a pushover. You let them stop you. You let them say whatever they say. You Let Them force you to leave what you're doing. No, put in some effort, do jihad over their struggle. And if they are striving to stop you, you should also strive to continue what you're doing.

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So jihad, first of all, is against the visible enemy, the one who is actively, openly coming against you, to stop you from what you're doing.

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So remember the state of the Muslims in Makkah, how the people were struggling to stop them,

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to stop them from worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. Did they say that? Oh, we're not allowed to be here. So forget about it, leave it? No, what did they do? They were told to do different different things. Like for example, at the beginning, they would collect in a house, the Muslims in a private building, and they would not tell anybody about it. It was a secret affair, only known to the Muslims and they would come over there. Learn for the reference that a lot of Satan worship Allah Subhana Allah, The Prophet said, a lot of them would go in the night of the harem, and he will perform the nightmare over there.

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So just because somebody is struggling against you to stop you, it doesn't mean you stop. No, you struggle to do something as well. You struggle to continue what you're doing and if

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If you can fight the enemy, if you can repel the enemy, you also do that.

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So in Makkah, what was the Jihad of the Muslims, that they struggled to abide by the commands that Allah subhanaw taala had given? And in Medina, what was their struggle? What was the jihad, that when the enemy came attacking them, they fight against the enemy to rebel, the enemy, to push the enemy away to defeat the enemy.

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Another type of jihad is jihad against the shaitaan. And he will shed light on the hidden enemy.

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The one who is putting water in your heart to stop you, to make you weak, do weaken your efforts. So if the headline puts in wasa in your heart, should you just fail over there? Should you sit over there and do nothing? No struggle? If shaitan is constantly after you, you should be constantly struggling to do what you're supposed to do. Think about it, if others are striving so much, doesn't it? make it mandatory upon us that we should also be struggling? What did we learn in silicon is

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that if they are coming against you, and as a result, you are suffering from wounds, they're also suffering from wounds, isn't it?

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That when the enemy comes and attacks you, you have suffered from wounds into cornuta lamona for in the home yet lamona come at that level.

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Just as you suffer from hardship, they also suffer from hardship, just as you however, what's the difference? What are junuh mean Allah He malaise but you hope reward from Allah, which they don't hope for.

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So your struggle should be more, your effort should be more, your struggle should be much more intense.

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So if the shaitaan is constantly trying to attack you, should you sit and do nothing? No. What Jay do get up and do something? Don't just sit over there idle, no, do something.

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And the third type of jihad is also against the nups.

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That If a person's own knifes becomes a hurdle for him, becomes an obstacle for him, preventing him from doing what he's obligated to do. jihad is that you fight against yourself. It doesn't mean that you kill yourself. What does it mean?

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What does it mean that, that you curb your desires, you control your desires, you don't let them overpower you. You don't let them make you fail in what you're supposed to do.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says over here, what jahai do and struggle and strive filler he meaning in the way of Allah?

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What does it mean by this wedge, I do feel

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that strive and struggle in order to uphold his religion, in order to spread his religion. If an enemy comes in the way, don't let that enemy stop you. If shaytan comes in the way, don't let that stop you. If you're knifes comes in the way, don't let that stop you. You have to struggle to uphold his religion, you have to struggle to deliver this religion to the rest of mankind. Because if you don't, the day of judgment is coming.

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And people are going to face their end over there which is going to be eternal.

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If you want to be successful over there, you should also desire the same success for others. So it's not possible that you are struggling day in and day out to prepare your agenda. And people who are living around you, you don't care even a little bit for them. No, you cannot be like this strive to uphold his religion strive to deliver this religion to the rest of mankind.

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And also what Jay II do Phil naggy, it further elaborates the previous ayah was a little higher, that will fare a little higher and do good deeds meaning but in your effort, struggle in order to perform various types of good deeds.

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Because you see, once you have performed the obligations, once you have performed the obligations, you need a lot of motivation, a lot of effort in order to achieve more.

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this the other day somebody was telling me that generally we struggle why to meet a deadline.

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Like for example, we will do something only because it's due

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we will do something only because somebody is going to question us about it. Because it's been given as a homework. It's been given as a part of my job if I don't do it, I will be held accountable. I will fail I will not get my degree I will not get my paycheck.

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But how many times is it that we do something just because we want to do it just because we should be doing it.

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Think about how many times we will read a book just because we have been told that we have to read that chapter of the book. How many times is it just out of curiosity out

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interest, we go pick a book and start reading it.

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Or we will write something, because it's been given to us as homework. When is it that we will write something just because we should be writing about it? Just because we should be sharing that goodness with the rest of the people.

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We will memorize a part of the Koran because we have been assigned that as our homework. How many times is it that we will memorize the Quran, because we want to, because we should, because we should be reciting it in the Salah.

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So many times we stop where,

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at what has been obligated upon us. Beyond that we don't struggle.

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Whereas we are capable of doing so isn't it?

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If we are capable of meeting a deadline, writing something, just because it's due at 12 o'clock at night, submitting a homework submitting an assignment, if we can stay at those two hours and accomplish so much. Can we not spend two hours at some other time and accomplish something even more? Of course we can. But we generally don't. This is what has been mentioned over here, which I who do struggle to achieve more struggle to do more, don't just do what you have to do. Do what will bring you benefit, do what will bring benefit to other people.

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And when you struggle in the way of Allah, what should your struggle be like? It should be helpful he had he

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helped, but he had the

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What does it mean by this have a jihadi

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meaning, with the striving that is due to him, that he deserves Jihad he he has been understood in two ways. First of all, a loss of

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meaning do some jihad in his way that he deserves. When he has given you so much. When he has given you everything that you have? Doesn't he deserve that you struggle for his sake, that you strive to please Him? That you strive to earn his pleasure? Doesn't he deserve that? Of course he does. So with J do filler he held the Jihad that he deserves, do you have that is due to him?

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Think about it, if someone has done huge favors to you. And if they're coming over to your house, how much effort will you put in to prepare the best food to make the best place for them to sit in so that they can have a good time while they're there? You'd put in so much effort, you will spend money you will stand for so long in the kitchen, you will put in so much effort to clean the house, you will put in so much effort why because of the guest who is coming. Why? Because they deserve that they have done so much good to you.

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And if an ordinary person is coming, what do you think about even tea will suffice? Even cookies will suffice?

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But if it's a special guest who's coming someone who was very special to very close to you, you will bake the cookies yourself

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you will not just have cookies, you will have something else as well.

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So, depending on who the guest is, your effort increases, isn't it. So,

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now, depending on who the person is, your effort increases, who is alasa panel data and

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the one who has shown the greatest favors to you the greatest favors to you.

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So he deserves that you struggle in his way he deserves that you struggle for his sake that you struggle in order to please Him with joy he do filet haka jihadi

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and also Jihad he, he has been understood as the Jihad that struggle in his way, as you should be struggling, meaning your struggle can actually be called jihad.

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The understand that your struggle and effort should be worthy of being called Did you have that? Yes, a person is really putting in his maximum effort, his maximum ability, he's doing as much as he can. Not that a person is working half heartedly. He is doing one thing and leaving many other things. He's not doing what he should be doing. Would you call that? You know, what do you call Jihad? What do you call a lot of effort when somebody is really putting in a lot of effort?

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So we're j e do filet, haka Jihad II and strive in the way of a lot as is the right of striving,

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meaning as the striving that he deserves, because he's the greatest marsinah bonnieux your struggle should also be a lot in order to please

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and your efforts should be worthy of being called jihad.

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Why should you struggle in his way, because who urged the backhoe is done was chosen you. He is one who was selected

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You ah the bathroom newsletters gene bio or gene buyer and job one is to gather to collect something and take it somewhere.

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So he has picked you he has selected you. He has chosen you from all of mankind. He has selected you Ahmed Mohammed sadovaya Salah, to work for his Deen to serve his Deen to establish his Deen to carry you to others.

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So when he has chosen you, should you just be proud about being chosen? Or should you do something? Do something like for example, if a person is hired as a manager at a company, should you just be proud about the fact that he's a manager? Should you just be proud about the fact that he has such a high position? No, when will he remain as a manager, when will he remain as someone who deserves that title, when he will do what is required of him when he will do what is in his job description.

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So who watch the backup, when he has selected you, when Allah has picked you to follow this religion to spread this religion, then you should also struggle You should also put an effort, such effort that is due that is necessary.

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And besides that, why should you not struggle? Why should you not put an effort? Why should you not do your best, whereas one manager either Aleikum when he has not made for you 15 in the religion, min halogen any difficulty?

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He has made the religion so easy for you. It is not difficult, it is not impossible. It's doable. So why should you not strive to achieve more? When there are so many opportunities?

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When there are so many chances of being successful earning reward? Then why should you not strive?

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Hard just from the newsletters, how big and how large is tightness? It is used for anguish for uneasiness.

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So when he has not made the religion difficult that makes your life impossible, then why should you not excel in the religion?

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Now some have said that heritage refers to that in this religion, Allah has not given any herckel any command that is impossible for people to do. There is not even a single command in this religion that is impossible. Remember that, we think it's impossible. But in reality, it is not impossible.

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Whether it is a command to wear something, or is the command to do something, or it is to eat something or to avoid something, it's not impossible. Every command that He has given is doable. It is realistic.

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It's not beyond the ability of people.

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And even the commands that Allah has given within them is flexibility. For example, where a person is unable to perform will do there is the permission to perform the Mo.

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So firstly, the commands are not impossible. Rather, they're realistic, they're doable. And secondly, within the commands also there is flexibility. Allah has given alternate ways that he has allowed ease in extreme condition. And there is absolutely nothing that a person could come across except that he finds the solution for it in the law that Allah Subhana Allah has given.

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If it's a sin, you have the door to repentance. If it's a crime and injustice committed against someone, then there's kafala. So, in our religion, there is always a way out is always there is a principle of fix that allow Shaka to deliberately see that difficulty it brings what is that where their circumstances become difficult. They're always easy alternates. So when Allah has provided such a religion, then why should you not struggle? Why should you not put in effort?

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Now remember, where the command did you have to struggle to strive has been given? What does that show to us? That this religion is not, we consider it to be easy and simple.

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So where the command has been given to struggle, it doesn't mean that everything should be easy and simple. Because people do struggle with praying five times a day people do struggle with waking up in the morning fragile. People do struggle with wearing something or avoiding something. The struggle is there. And that is what jihad is. But Allah subhanaw taala is telling us over here that you remember it's not impossible for you.

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Remember, it's not impossible for you, you can do it.

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And remember that for every step that you take for every effort that you do,

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There's your board.

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There was this incident that somebody emailed me the other day, the story, that once there was a woman, it was very beautiful. She was of marriageable age, and she wanted to get married. And many men they proposed to her. However, she had a very high criteria. And what was that? That the man who wishes to marry me he should fast every single day. He should recite the Quran the entire code on every day. And he should spend the night in prayer. These are my three conditions.

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So obviously, any man who would propose to her would come back rejected. One man said, I'll marry you, and I'll do all of these things. So she said, good, so she got married. And you know, when she gets married, and there he is sleeping at night, there he is not fasting every day. There he is not reciting the Quran all the time. So she said, maybe it's just the beginning. He's finding it difficult. Let me give some more time. So she gave him a few more weeks, but that we continue. So she took him to court and she filed for divorce. So the are the the judge. He said, both the man and the wife that you had a condition and he addressed them and that these conditions were set. Did you

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fulfill them? very confidently? He said, Yes, I did. The wife said, No, he's lying. He didn't fulfill even one of them. So he said, the first condition was that you should be reciting the entire Quran every single day. Did you do that? He said, Yes. The wife said no, he said, prove it that you did it. He said that sort of class is one third of the Quran.

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And I recited through to the class three times a day, it's equivalent to reciting the entire Quran.

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The caddy was quiet. And then he said, okay, the second condition was that you're required to pray the entire night pray. You're supposed to pray all night long. Did you do that? He said, Yes. The woman said no. He said, prove it. He said, I prayed for that Russia in jamara. And I prayed for that in German. And the reward for that is that a person has prayed the entire night like

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the coffee was silent. The third condition was that you're supposed to be fasting every single day. And the wife says that you have not been fasting. He said, I have been prove it. I fasted the month of Ramadan. And I followed them with the first structure while and that is equivalent to fasting, the whole year round.

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Just look at the beauty of our religion,

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that there's so much reward.

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You do some things regularly, consistently, and Allah is willing to give so much reward. Why magic Allah La COVID-19. And how much? no difficulty. It's not an impossible religion. Use try, you do a little bit, you remain constant, and Allah is willing to give you so much reward. Still, you won't struggle. You won't even struggle to praise that other Isha and jomar. And so lots of budget in German.

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You won't even struggle to recite certain class three times a day. You won't even struggle to fast the month of Ramadan and follow them by the first of the month of chawan.

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When their religion is so easy. When there are so many opportunities to gain so much reward, still you will not struggle, struggle. je de la caja de horch debacle, he has chosen you and he has not made this religion difficult. It's so easy. It's so rewarding that for every step you can gain so much reward. How can you stay behind that move on? Keep going forward. And this religion of yours it is middle letter a vehicle. It is the religion of your father, Ibrahim Ibrahim,

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meaning follow the religion follow the creed of your father Ibrahim.

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And when we are told that your father Ibrahim, this is a great honor for us, isn't it

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because he was the father of who in a way the father of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam because he was of his forefathers.

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And Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam was like a father to his oma because his wives are the Omaha Mini.

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So the profits are Alison was like the father of his own.

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So when we are told that Ibrahim was your father in this his great honor for us,

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and who has some medical muslimeen and he has named you Muslim.

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If you look at it in this surah, who has been mentioned, Ibrahim writes that look at his struggles. Look at his efforts. Look at how much he strove in the way of Allah. So when he struggled so much, to make sure that you get to know about the heat. He put in so much effort to build that structure to build the garba he left his wife, he left his son over there so that that place would be populated. And he prayed that Oh Allah send the messenger to those people.

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And because of his efforts, you are Muslim today. You are enjoying the benefits, you're enjoying the fruit, will you not do something to benefit other people militar abiko Ibrahim and who are some miracle muslimeen he has named a Muslim who? Allah subhanaw taala and also he has been understood as Ibrahim right Hassan has named a Muslim unthrottled Baccarat ii 128. We have learned earlier that Ibrahim or this enemy prayed or been our ally mostly mainly like a woman's retina, mutton Muslim atella.

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So who was a macro Muslim in your job is that you submit to Allah, that you do what he has commanded you to do. Men are blue before meaning before the revelation of the Quran was he had and also in this meaning and also in the Quran? Before you are known as a Muslim Ummah, and even now you are known as Muslim oma.

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So do something struggle. Prove yourself as Muslim. Prove yourself as those who submit to Allah, follow this religion and take it to others as well.

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Leah kona rasuluh. So that the messenger is he becomes Shahid and Aleykum, a witness on you.

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So that the messenger becomes a witness on you to testify that he delivered the message of Allah to you.

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What a coup and you will be shuhada Alana's witnesses on the people that how will you witness that the message was delivered to the people by their messengers, and you deliver the message to everyone as well that you receive from your messenger so that the messenger can be a witness on you and you are Muslim? Omar can be witnesses on the people. So what is our responsibility? What do we learn? Then we have to not only accept and follow the deen ourselves, but we also have to convey this religion to people.

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We also have to convey this way of Ibrahim LSM to mankind.

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And why is it wrong human Islam mentioned over here this I in particular,

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because the majority of the people in this world whether they're Jews, Christians, or Muslims, what do they claim that their followers off? Ibrahim is?

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So if you truly follow Him, then you must leave the self made names that you have assigned to yourself. What should you call yourself? Muslim? There are people who say that if you are supposed to be in the right manhood, then you must call yourself as this or as that you must give yourself a certain label. Do we find that labeled we find that name in the Quran and Sunnah. We don't? What name do we find? Muslim?

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And when Allah has given that name to us, we cannot prefer any other name above that.

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We would rather be called Muslim than be called

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Sunni or this or that or Salafi or that no, our name is what Muslim and Allah has given that name to us. And we like that name more than any other name that people could give us. Who has a more common Muslim

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and Ibrahim are listening he liked that name as well. Allah subhanaw taala gave that name before and also in the Quran. The way of Ibrahim al Islam was after he and those who follow that way Who are they Muslim

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and your duty is that you must submit to ally yourself and you must also deliver this message to the people because the messenger is going to come and witness against you and you also have to witness on the people

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for being masala therefore established the Sala Why is this mentioned for a masala

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meaning in order to accomplish this huge task this huge responsibility of observing that in yourself and also spreading it to people. You need help you need support you need the boost of email

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and where will you get that from?

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From Salah, a famous salata come closer to Allah by these acts of worship when he has given you this honor when he has given you this superiority then you must humble yourself before him then you must worship him for okay masala what are the zakka that and also give this a god give the heck of Allah give the heck of people?

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Well it does seem a bit laggy and also hold firmly to have

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your dust removed from the roof letters are inside me and it with us on the air who is to hold on to something firmly is to hold on to something with strength to hold fast to it to cling to it.

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So we're tassimo Bella hold on to Allah

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Meaning hold on to his religion. Never leave his religion. Never leave what he has commanded you to do. And when you need help, seek help from who, from him. Seek victory From who? from him.

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In the face of all hurdles in the face of all difficulties, all challenges, turn to who turned to him and asked him to protect you from what would anchor him. Worth definitely mobility. Who am Ola come? He is your molar. He is your helper. He is the one who takes care of your matters for Nirmal Mola, suhag good of a patron he is how excellent protector he is, how perfectly he takes care of all of your affairs. In this era, we have learned that how Allah subhanaw taala has provided all the material resources to us spiritual resources to us. So near la Mola, how would a perfect protector he is what a perfect provider he is. He is the one who has given you everything, when tremendously

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and how excellent helper he is. Excellent helper he is that if you ask him for help, if you make yourself worthy of his help, he will not only help you, but he will grant you victory. His assistance is the best that is what will make you successful for Nirmala Mola whenever mislead.

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We see that sometimes when we realize our responsibility of not only observing this religion, ourselves, but also taking it to the people. We feel that it's impossible. We feel that it's very difficult. We feel that, you know, it's the responsibility of only some people, everybody cannot do it. This is not for me. It's too difficult. It's too tough. But what do we see that Allah subhanaw taala tells us over here who watch the bear come, he has chosen all of you. He has selected this entire oma it's not just the responsibility of some people to observe their religion and to spread it. It's the responsibility of every single Muslim, because each tobacco comb, he has chosen all of

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you, he has given you this huge honor. And remember, honor comes with responsibility.

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So you are responsible to observe it and also take it to people and remember that the messenger will bear witness for you or against you. And you also have to bear witness for against people.

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If you look at it, for chemo, salata what,

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both are mentioned over here, that in order to accomplish this task together, you must do these two things. Because when people they praise Allah, when they establish those other then they're praying together.

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And it provides people with emotional mental stability. And when people are giving the cat, they are taking care of the financial or material matters of the entire society.

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So when people are taking care of one another, they're coming together to worship a lot only then they can accomplish something collectively.

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So for a famous four letter word to the gotta work together, as we learned earlier, don't get caught up in differences. stay united, and what will unite you salette and

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where Dustin will be and if you find it difficult. Don't give up. nierman Mola whenever Magnus Lee asked him to help you. That story that I mentioned to you, what does that teach us? That Allah is willing to give so much reward she

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You just do one thing you just come forward in terms of the lava in soco? Well I answered an algo Mayan soloqueue. But you have to take the first step you have to come forward to you come forward, Allah will reward you for every step, you come forward and he will assist you, He will guide you, because we're in a lot ahead in Medina.

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We learned earlier that we're Latina. sarofim If you know more Argentina there are people who are struggling against the Ayat of Allah, that when the Ayat of Allah are recited, you see Moncure on their faces, and they're about to physically assault those people who are reciting the Quran. This is how much they're struggling. So should you not struggle? Should you not put in effort should you not do Jay do filet haka God, where's the promise of allies that you struggle and he will help you, he will assist you, He will not abandon you. In the law, you're deaf, you're only letting me know what you have to come forward, you have to do something.

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So each and every single one of us must realize that it is our responsibility. It's not a choice, it's our responsibility to observe this religion and take it forward.

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And when Allah has bestowed so many favors on a so many favors, isn't it our duty, that we should spread his column, that we should spread his words, that we should tell other people about them? If we enjoy them, should we not make other people enjoy this as well? it's our obligation. And if we find it difficult, then we must seek a lesson.

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And remember that the struggle, this filament of this obligation begins with learning. Remember that

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the first step to fulfilling this obligation is learning. Because until you have learned you cannot observe until you have learned you cannot tell other people.

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And the struggle begins from now. So all of us must think about it. That when Allah has said we're j do filet, how could God? Am I really giving the hook of learning? Am I really learning as I should be learning? Am I really putting in effort as I should be putting in effort?

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If I'm helping other people learn? Am I really putting in the effort that is within my ability? Or am I cutting short in one way or the other? Am I falling short in one way or the other?

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And it's an obligation we'll be questioned about it on the day of judgment in the Zelda Saturday show you and Arlene. It's a huge catastrophe. It's a huge incident. And we are going to be questioned on that day. That did we fulfill our responsibility or not?

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So it's our responsibility. It's our obligation, and we must learn and we must convey and the struggle begins from now in how we are learning.

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And definitely, the prophets are a lot of them told us that the Muslim Ummah will have many divisions, and they will divide up into various sects. However, he also said that one sect will be upon the truth upon the right path. And what is that, that those were about the way that myself and my companions are? So we see that the way to success is following the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the companions and what was their way that they call themselves was slim.

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And they took this responsibility upon themselves to observe what Allah has taught us and also to take it to others.

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And if a person believes in this, that phenomenon Mola nierman, Nestle, that what an excellent helper and friend Allah is what an excellent protector he is, then a person will struggle more to please Allah, then he will focus on work alone Hydra,

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then he will do what he do feel that he has a God because he knows that whatever is coming to me from Allah is that which is best for me. It's best for me, it's the best option.

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And if I leave it, I'm only going to deprive myself. So when a person trusts in Allah, then he will be able to observe the comments, then you'll be able to love this religion, practice it, and also take it to others

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may label all of us to fulfill this responsibility so that we can show something on the Day of Judgment. We can bear witness properly and witnesses not made against us but rather for us.

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