Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 19 – L190D

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Al-Furqan 63-77 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 68-73

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was a bit of a human issues on your agenda smilla rahmanir rahim

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lesson number 190 sort of Khan will begin from number 68

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when leadin alayah the rune Amar Allah He 11 and a half. And those people who do not invoke with Allah, another god, another deity, meaning they do not do shake

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so far, what do we learn about karma,

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their behavior with other people and their behavior with their family, because spending has a lot to do with your, how you deal with your family, and also how they are with their Lord, that he'll be tuned a little bit him so didn't work for him. And now we learn more about their belief how they are towards Allah subhanaw taala that what leadin alayah the owner or luckyland they do not do *. Why? Because he's the only one who deserves worship, they know that he alone has created them, that He alone is ILA and there is no one else who deserves worship but him while I octoroon and nafsa. And they do not kill the soul with Saul allottee haram Allah who the one that Allah has forbidden,

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meaning an innocent person, they do not kill him 11 will help except what the right What does it mean by that? That only they kill that person who is allowed to be killed and who is that?

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Like for example, in cases

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Why do they not kill innocent people because human life is sacred? They value human life

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while AI is known, and they do not commit Zina, why? Because it is a cause of many, many evils, while many of our Delica and whoever does that, does what any of these three crimes, el Kasama then he will meet sin. What does it mean by this yellow, Asana? Asana has been understood in a number of ways over here. First of all, it is said that Asana is the plural of Islam, according to some it is the plural of Islam. So yoga Asana, that he will have committed many sins, He will receive meaning you will have committed many sins.

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Secondly, as time has also been understood as the consequence of is the akuaba the punishment for Islam. So yelapa sama, meaning whoever commits these crimes, then he will definitely suffer the punishment for these crimes. He will not be spared, you will not be left alone, no, he will be punished, he will be held accountable if not in the dunya then definitely in the hereafter. And others have said that Assam is a proper name. It is an honor, the value of hellfire.

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So they're in other words, man, they stay away from sins. They stay away from major sense. They stay away from the destructive sense because they don't just destroy the religion of a person. They destroy the good deeds of a person whoever does shake then his good deeds are wasted.

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A person who kills others, innocent ones, then what is his end Hellfire?

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Whoever does Xena even for that there's a severe punishment. So when a person commits these crimes, it's not just that his Deen is affected by his life in this dunya and his eternity in the Hereafter, even that is affected. Therefore they stay far away from the sense our beloved must earn he said, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he was asked which sin is the most serious? And he said untether Allah delay in it then wahala

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that you set a partner for Allah He is the one who created you.

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And then he was asked then Which one? He said a duck Lula? What are the har*a any of the arm America that you kill your child out of the fear that your child will eat with you? Then which crime that enters any holiday the journey that you can make dinner with the wife of your neighbor? And then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam recited this idea

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that these three crimes schicke, Otto and Xena there are serious crimes and when a person commits them, you will suffer great consequences in dunya and also India.

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So, what do we learn about their argument? That they perform some deeds and at the same time, they also stay away from certain things.

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What is it that they stay away from

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any action that Allah has forbidden? any action that Allah disapproves of? At the top of which is shake, because in Surah, Nisa, I have 48 Laws of Power it says about should that in the lower layer for a new Shaka be well film aduna directly Manisha woman you should be left for Cardiff Tara Eastman alima. And killing us all also is a major crime in Xena. Even this is a major crime. This is why we are told in the Quran that lead to corruption.

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even gone years in, because it's a root cause of many, many evils in the society. If you notice many times murder and Xena they're connected together, when people commit Zina, then if a woman becomes pregnant, then what does she want to do? Kill the child? So many times this has happened. So many abortions, why are they performed? Because that pregnancy was due to Xena.

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And then what does it lead to honor killings as well? In certain cultures that leads to honor killings. I'm not saying it's permissible, but I'm just saying it leads to it. So Xena is a root cause of many, many evils, therefore their events of retirement they stay away from them. Because anyone who committed these crimes young man he will not be spared.

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You go after what are the Abuja 1pm. It multiplied for him is the punishment on the Day of Resurrection you love but I in fact will Darfur? What does matter for me? When something is multiplied, when something is increased, it's doubled again and again. So, what does it mean by this that the punishment will be multiplied for him Yokoyama t, v mohana. What does he mean by this, you are a floater either,

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that first of all, the punishment will keep increasing.

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It will keep increasing, like for example, once you turn the machine on. One is that you increase the intensity and then you decrease it. But the other is that you keep increasing it, you don't decrease it at all. So once a person is admitted in the Hellfire, the punishment, the intensity of the punishment, it's never ever going to decrease, it's only going to increase.

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Many times. What do people assume that once a person goes into Hellfire eventually is going to get used to it. But this is not the case. He will never get used to it. The punishment is only going to increase insolate number is 30 we learned fallenness either, either either. We will never increase for you except in punishment.

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In total Islam is 97 we learn Colima habit, Xena home seriola. Every time the fire subsides, what will happen? We will increase them in blazing fire. Every time the fire is about to extinguish it's about to die out. It will be rekindled it will be flared up again you are off the hill either. Why will the punishment be multiplied for him? Because the crime is great. Schick cuttle Xena, these are huge crimes, great crimes therefore the punishment is also only going to intensify

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and you'll There has also been understood as compounded together that all together the punishments will be given to him that back to back that first the punishment first and then followed by the punishment of cuttle then followed by the punishment of Xena and so on and so forth. You are off the hook are there boo Yeoman piano way Youngblood and he will abide eternally Fie he in it in what in Hellfire in the multiplied punishment mohana one in disgrace

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mohalla is from the roof address, how well known we learned about home earlier. So Mohan one who is disgraced one who is humiliated and this humiliation will be such that when the people will plead that take us out of the Hellfire in sort of movement on i a 108 what do we learn that the people will be told? Sophie how well Attica Lee Moon that Allah will say remain the spice they're in and do not even speak to me mohana humiliated, humiliated. Why humiliated? Because when a person commits Schick then what is he doing?

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He's disrespecting a loss.

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Allah is the one who created him and he goes on worshiping others. He disregards the exclusive right of Allah. This is extreme disrespect when a person kills another quarter. This is disrespect for human life. When a person commits Zina, this is disrespect for the other person. Because if you truly loved him, if you truly cared for him, then you would take responsibility. So when a person shows disrespect, than he will be humiliated in the hereafter.

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inlanta except for the one who repented, that he has these crimes are huge. these crimes are great and if a person does commit them, but before dying, before death approaches him, if he repents that Allah will forgive him. This is the mercy of Allah

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Illa Manta, what does that mean? That a person refrains from the crime that he committed, he changes his ways he leaves it, he doesn't go back to it again.

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You see, whenever a person does something wrong, he could react he could respond in various ways. Like for example, one is that a person does not even accept he did anything

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and others that have

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person begins to give false excuses. And another is that a person says, I did it, I'm sorry. I won't do it again.

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So the one who responds in this way, then he's humble. So when he is humble when he turns to Allah in this way, then Allah will also forgive him 11 he has regret over the sins that he committed, he seeks a loss forgiveness, and from now on, he does good, what am I and he believed Why is he mad mentioned?

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Why is he mad mentioned?

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Because when a person commits ship, then it is as though he has left his email so he needs to bring email.

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And what do we learn that when a person commits Zina, then his Eman leaves, so elementaita What am Anna, so Toba? What does it do? It renews the amount of a person it revives his email

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what I mean?

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And he does righteous deeds as well. What does it mean by that? That he follows the evil that he committed with good deeds? Because good deeds, what do they do in the senate with him? They erase evil deeds.

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So one is that whatever bad was done was done. It's history. It's over now.

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But you could still suffer from it effects, it could still have repercussions in your afterlife. So the loss that has been caused a person has to make up for it and how will he make up for it? By increasing in his good deeds? Were army dominance because good deeds they erase bad deeds. They make up for the wrongs that a person has committed.

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And Amina Ramadan Saleh and why else to prove

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because when a person does wrong actions when a person commits since then his life is occupied by what since and when he will remove them from his life then he has to do something else. So when he does righteous deeds, it shows that he has changed his ways. It shows that he has truly repented from the bad ways where are Mila Ramadan slyly Han? So such people for hula he can you bet de la la who say he Adam has and then such people a lot changes their evil deeds with good ones. What does that mean by that?

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That their evil deeds are replaced by good deeds. They replace their lifestyle, their lifestyle that involves ship and Zina and Cottle and sin and disobedience and how long they changed it with our mozzarella.

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So Allah will also change their deeds into good deeds mean the sense that they committed before they will be turned into good deeds. And they will be put on the scale and a person will be rewarded.

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You understand that the nature of those deeds will be changed. You bet the law who say you add him has an act.

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It's like if a person has a lot of debt that he has to give to someone, that's what a big liability. He has $2,000 to pay. Now, the one who deserves that you should pay him the money back. He says okay, I forgive you for that money. Not only that here $2,000.

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You understand? He was supposed to give $2,000 he was at a loss of $2,000. Now, it's not just that that loss has been forgiven. But on top of that, he has been given an equivalent amount so that he has money. This is how generous

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for Ola eka you birdie Rosie Adam Hasina. Why? Because what can unlock her food and Allah is Ever Forgiving and Merciful.

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So because of their repentance, because of their coming to the path of good because of their changing their ways, Allah will replace their bed with good code to be said that literally their evil deeds will be changed into good deeds literally. And Allah can do this, nothing at all is difficult for him. We learn from a hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, I know the last person who will be brought out of Hellfire and the last person who will enter

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a man will be brought and it will be said to him, take away his major sins and ask about his minor since he has come out of the Hellfire, remove his major sins from his account and ask him about his minor sense. So it will be set to him on such and such date you did such and such and such and such day You did such and such minor since then you will say yes, and you will not be able to deny anything at all. So then it will be said, for every evil deed. You now have one good marriage.

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For every evil deed you now have one good deed in your record.

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So then that man will say oh Lord, I did things that I don't see here.

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Meaning I did certain minor sins that I don't see my record, Why will he say that?

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Because he wants them to be turned into good deeds as well.

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So there are there are no he said that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he smiled so broadly, that his wohlers could be seen

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that he smiled so much when he was studying the Sahaba about this that is the that the vacuum they could be seen, and there's a hadith that is reported in Muslim.

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So what do we learn that the person who truly prevents the person who Allah has forgiven for his sins, it's not just that his sins will be wiped out, but instead his sins will be turned into good deeds, because he needs the good deeds in order to be able to enter them.

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Similarly, if a person is extremely regretful in the domain, for the wrong things that he has done in the past,

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and every person has committed sins in the past, no person is righteous. If a person is extremely regretful, I did this, I did that he remembers his sins, and he cries because of his eyes overflow with tears, he acknowledges his mistakes. And this is what Allah likes. Because such behavior What does it reflect? humility, submissiveness, such behavior shows that a servant is really a servant of Allah. He realizes his mistakes. And when a person realizes in this way, when he repents in this way, it will definitely bring a change in his life. Definitely, it will bring a change, he will never go back to those things again, he will like different things now. He will be interested in

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good deeds now not incense anymore.

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And such a person will be given the trophy to do good.

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So what do we see that a person who does Stober? It's not just that he's verbally saying that I do, though, but I do know, when a person has truly repented, then it will bring about a change in his life. In his actions, he will do more good, it will change his entire lifestyle.

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And he will never, ever regret changing.

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He will never regret change.

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Because sometimes what happens, people do bad things. They change later on. And when they change, they say, Oh, I miss doing that. I wish I could still do that. I wish I could still enjoy that. This is not over. Real tober is that a person who hates his previous sinful life? He hates it. He's not proud about it. He's not proud about the sins that he is committed. He doesn't say proudly to everybody, when they're done that, no, he doesn't have that attitude. The moment he thinks about his sense, he's overcome by regret. He's overcome by shame and embarrassment. The thought that he is committed those sins in the past, that thought terrifies him.

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And because of that he keeps on increasing. In his defense, he keeps on increasing in his good deeds, because he knows what great crimes he has committed. He doesn't regret over changing, he's only happy about changing.

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And when a person changes this way, then he will strive and doing good. He will strive in coming closer to

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that you will strive to be purified, even in this dunya because many times what happens, people change, but they're so proudly talking about the wrong things that they use you in the past. So proudly, they say you don't know what I used to do before. You don't know how different I used to be. And with a smile on the face. with pride on the face, they will talk about the sins that they used to commit. This is not the elbow.

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The elbow is when a person hates his previous sinful life hates it. He doesn't want to talk about it.

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He doesn't want to think about it. If he thinks about the crimes he committed, he's filled up with fear and embarrassment and shame.

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And with this, he keeps on increasing in his good deeds, and he wants to be purified in dystonia. He keeps on seeking forgiveness every single day. Because he knows what he has done. And he knows that Allah knows. And he knows that those crimes are serious. This is why we see that at the time of the profits are allowed. There were people who committed serious crimes, but they came to the profits out of autism to get punishment. There was no one to go and catch them. They got themselves and brought themselves. We learned about Mary's assignment, that when he committed Zina, he went to the prophet SAW the light is on himself. And he said purify me multiple times the prophet SAW a lot of

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them tried to ignore him, but he wouldn't let go. He said purify purify me, and eventually the punishment was carried out on him. And when that punishment was carried out on him, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said something to the effect that if his repentance was distributed over a whole group, it would be sufficient.

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This is how he repented.

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Similarly, we learn about the harmony

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A woman, that when she committed Zina as well she repeatedly came to the profits out of office and again and again and asked that she should be punished.

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Why? Because when a person realizes what he's done is wrong, it could earn him the anger of Allah the punishment of a my yellow Asana, then he becomes restless. When he cannot be at peace, he cannot become passive towards a sense that he is committed. He cannot spend his day and night in peace. No, he's constantly worried and concerned. What if I die in this day? What if Allah does not forgive me? What if my good deeds are not enough? What if this has wasted all of my good deeds, he cannot be at peace. It makes him restless. It makes him wake up during the night and seek forgiveness from Allah. Unfortunately, we don't realize the gravity of our sins.

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We don't realize the great number of hours,

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which is why we have no motivation to sit down after school and make.

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We have no motivation to read more Quran to make more than to seek forgiveness.

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To wake up during the night to fast extra fasts to make up all the good deeds that we missed out on. It's because we trivialize since we don't realize their gravity, because if we realize them, then we will be extremely restless. We will not be able to eat and peace, live in peace. We will be constantly seeking forgiveness constantly.

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So when a person repents in this way, then the reward of that person is for a little longer

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than a lot changes the evil deeds into

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good deeds. Because a person has repented with sincere repentance. He has repented. Honestly, with his heart. It shows in his actions. It shows in his tears, it shows in his behavior.

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And Allah is Forgiving and Merciful. This is why Allah will forgive this person. In October, Ronnie we learned that once a very old man with deep sunken eyes, he came to the Prophet sort of autism. And he said, O Messenger of Allah, a man betrayed others, and he committed immoral deeds, and there was no evil deed which he did not commit. If his sins were to be distributed among the whole of mankind, they will all be doomed. Is there any repentance for him? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Have you become Muslim? He knew that this man was talking about himself. So the prophets of Allah sort of said, Have you become Muslim? He said, As for me, I bear witness that there is no God

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but Allah alone, with no partner or associate and that Muhammad is His Servant and Messenger. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Allah will forgive you for whatever you have done like that, and will replace your evil deeds with good merits. So the man said, O Messenger of Allah, even my betrayals and immoral actions, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, even your betrayals in immoral actions to the man, he walked away saying,

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and saying Allahu Akbar,

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that he was so overwhelmed that really all my sins will be forgiven.

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What does this Hardee's show to us that in a state of coffered, whatever crimes a person has committed once he becomes a Muslim, all of his sins are forgiven. In fact, they're turned into good deeds. We also learn from another Hadees that are motivated us. He said, I went to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and I said, Oh, Muhammad, sallAllahu wasallam. I want to become Muslim. Extend your hand so that I can pledge allegiance to you. So when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did, so I'm gonna ask he pulled his hand away.

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And he said, I have a condition to me. If you fulfill that condition, only then I will become Muslim. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he asked what it was, and he said, that you have to pardon me for the great crimes that I committed against the Muslims. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam smiled, and he said, Oh, don't you know that Islam erases everything before it.

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When a person becomes Muslim, all the sins he committed before all of them are raised, and hijra it erases everything before it, and hedge erases everything before it. Don't you know that? He became Muslim that we also learned that once a man he came to the Prophet sort of all the sudden with his face covered with an iron mask, he didn't want to show his face and he was ready for battle. And he said, Oh, Allah's Messenger, shall I fight first or embrace Islam first. So the prophets of Allah slim said to him, embrace Islam first it was perhaps right before a battle for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Dogon become Muslim first and then fight. So he embraced Islam. And when he went,

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he was martyred. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said a day for work, but a great reward.

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That as a Muslim, all he could do was just participate in the battle.

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But because he accepted Islam all of us since they have been turned into good deeds.

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We also learn from another Hadees that a sham he narrated that my father told me that Hakeem even his arm, he used to monument he used to free many, many slaves and he had manumitted 100 slaves in the time of Jamelia, 100 slaves, he freed, and he slaughtered 100 camels and distributed them in charity. So when he became Muslim, he again slaughtered 100 camels and he again, freed 100 slaves, because he thought all those good deeds I performed before becoming Muslim, they're not going to carry any weight. So he wanted to have those good deeds acknowledged by a las panatela So what did he do? He performed those good deeds again as Muslims. So then he asked the Prophet sallallahu

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Sallam that all as messenger, what do you think about some good deeds that I used to practice in the pre Islamic period of ignorance? That what do you say about them? Would they be considered as good deeds? Or do I have to do all of them again, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, You have embraced Islam, along with all those good deeds that you used to do.

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That when you become Muslim, then all your good deeds, they come along with you,

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before you did them for other than Allah. But now because of your Eman, Allah has been so generous to you, that even if you did something for other than Allah, He will reward you for it. Because it was a good deed like charity.

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And other than although What I mean by that is, like, for example, a person giving charity to the poor, just out of the kindness of his heart, just because of the poverty of the other. So what do we learn from all of these are these and this is that when a person does something wrong,

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but afterwards, he repents, and if he was a disbeliever, he becomes Muslim.

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Then what is the promise of Allah? that whatever good deeds he did, they will be carried along with his email, he will get your work for them. And if there was any wrong thing he did, even that will be turned into what integrantes This is the generosity of Allah. Rebel, man, this is how he is unwashed man, the one was most merciful.

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Woman and whoever repents were army lasallian and he does righteous deeds for in Ahuja to boo Illa he metabo then indeed, he turns to Allah with accepted repentance in the previous ayah doba was with regards to the specific crimes that were mentioned over there should go to enzinger. But this is this is general, that woman tab and whoever repents from any crime that he has committed anything that he has committed. And then after that, why Amina Saleh and any alternatives righteous deeds, then such a person for enable you to vote in a law. He is doing Toba to Allah, but what kind of elbow metabo metab over here is Muslim for the purpose of emphasis that such a person has turned to

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Allah. Such a person has repented to Allah completely and sincerely, who the one who follows his elbow by good deeds.

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The one who follows that over by good deeds, then, in fact, his elbow is sincere. His job is acceptable, his job is going to be assigned reward.

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So what do we see over here?

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That Allah subhanaw taala he accepts, though, but from his leaves. So a person should never ever despair of His mercy. Never should a person think, Oh my God, I've done this. I've done that. That's it. There is no hope for me. No, no matter who a person is, no matter what crime he's committed, as long as he's living, he has a chance to repent.

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And when a person does repent, how should he repent? Completely, he should leave the same completely. He should not be careless in the sense that a person says though Well, one day that yes, I'm not going to do this ever again, will love Please forgive me. And the next day, he goes back and does the same thing again.

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If a person behaves like this, then he's making a joke after religion. He's so mocking Allah. That one day he repents. The second day he goes and commits the same crime again.

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What is mentioned over here, who's still bias acceptable? The one who does Stover and does Amazon because Amazon reflects that a person has changed his ways. He's not the same anymore. He doesn't like that previous lifestyle anymore. He doesn't like those actions anymore. He doesn't go near them at all. So truth obeys when a person cuts off all connections from his wrong past. He does not look back

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He does not admire his sinful past.

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He does not boast about it.

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Rather, he realizes that I am a new person. Now, I have begun a new life now, I'm a different person. Now, I cannot do what I used to do before. I'm going to do different things now.

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Otherwise, it is going to be total cadabby elbow of liars, who say that they have repented, but they have not truly repented. It's just words. And Allah knows the sincerity of our words and our actions.

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Many times what happens? People who are drug addicts, they go to rehab, they leave everything. They change their lifestyle. But if they go back to the same street, to the same friends, what's going to happen?

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What's going to happen? They're going to end up using drugs again. So in order to change yourself in order to do Toba, what do you need to do? cut off all connections from your sinful past? Think about it. What are those places? Who are those people around which I keep making the same mistakes, no matter how much silver I do?

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You sit in the class, you read the code and you make promises, I'm never going to do this again. You go back to your friends, you go back to the same atmosphere. And what happens, you end up saying those same things, you end up doing those same things. And later on, again, you're filled with regret, what you need to do, what does tell me that you leave that company, you leave that place, you leave that lifestyle, because if you stay in that lifestyle, you stay in that company, it's not possible for you to change your ways. Because after all, you're a human being,

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your surroundings, your environment, it affects you.

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So such people who do Toba in this way, their Toba is accepted.

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When levena and those people who lay a shadow in a zoo, who do not testify to falsehood

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Yasha Luna, from Shahada and what does it mean? Two things, first of all, to bear witness meaning to see something to be present somewhere.

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So liahona Zoo, they are never present at a place where zoo is being done. They do not attend such gatherings. They don't witness such scenes.

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They don't go to these places. They don't watch such things. And secondly, lions huduma Zoo mean, they do not justify it. They do not bear witness to Zoo meaning false testimony. The question is what is a zoo? We have learned this word earlier as well. It is used for a big lie.

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And it's also used for badly wrong actions. And the word Zoo primarily is used in two ways. First of all, it is used for a wrong action. But what kind of a wrong action even our best so there are no he said that a zoo refers to their aid and the festivals of the magicky mean the celebrations and the festivals are who the machine

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I think about nyesha Luna zoo, they do not participate in such festivals. They do not participate in such celebrations with celebrations, which revolve around Schick, whether it is in the name of Christmas, or is in the name of Easter, or it is the name of anything, they don't participate in such things, which I had said that Azul refers to the modalities of music and singing, the gatherings of music and singing, whether it is done in the name of a wedding party, or a wedding shower, or anything, they don't go to places. They don't stay at places, they don't witness the gatherings where there is music and singing.

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Why? Why do you think so?

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Because if they go to the same agendas, then in the previous if we learned about doba, what will happen they will fall back into the same things again, if you tell yourself, I'm not going to listen to music, that's it. You go to a party, there's music, what's going to happen, you're going to start enjoying it eventually. So they don't go to such places at all. They don't witness such things. And you see, regardless man, the quality that we see in them is that they like good deeds and the heat back.

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They like what takes agenda and they create what it takes to help.

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So it's not about the pleasure of the IRS. Now, it's not about what other people want you to do. It's about what is detrimental to my IRA.

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And anything that is detrimental to my alpha. I hate it, I'll stay away from it. Whether it is in the form of a celebration of function, a party music singing, they stay away from it because they hate such things.

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You see when a person experiences the sweetness of him and then he hates since he has

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All those things that please shape. He hates all those things that lead to the anger of a mother over disapproves. He hates them. And because of that he will stay away from them. As though he said that Azul refers to the majority of alcohol, such gatherings where there's alcohol, they stay away from it.

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So places where there is alcohol, there is music, they do not go there. They do not want to get influenced by it. They create such gatherings, they hate such things. This is why they stay away from it. Lions whodunnit zoo.

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And a zoo also means lying, right? So it includes foul language, immoral, indecent purposes, speech and jokes. Because sometimes the name of comedy, what do people do?

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They will say big lies just to make other people laugh. They will make fun of every person from the oldest to the youngest, just to make other people laugh, and lies full of lies. So nyesha don't ask them what such things. They don't listen to such things.

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They have no interest in lies. You see, like, for example, when you have these dramas, these TV shows are coming on the television. What is it in reality, fake lies, falsehood, liar, Sedona zoo, they have no interest in us.

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They don't have a taste for it. They don't like it. They don't enjoy it at all. Not even a little bit. But many times what happens, people watch such things. And they like the excitement, and they like the suspense. And they like the romance. And they like the different aspects of these TV shows, and they will watch one after the other. But if you think about it, it is a zoo, there is no reality to it. If you have to watch something, what's something beneficial? What some documentary, there's so many that are beneficial, that will actually give you some information that will make you a better person in some way that will give you better understanding of certain things. Why watch

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those? Why watch wrong things that are based on absolute lies, fiction? This is what fiction is right? What is fiction,

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unreal, imaginary, made up stuff lash huduma Zoo, they don't have any interest in such things.

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This is the quality of Who are you?

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And Allah likes this quality. This is why he mentioned that over here, layer shadows.

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And azura is also used for false testimony. So for example, if they ever have to go to court if they ever have to give some testimony, then never ever give false testimony. Just to support their family just to support their friends just to gain personal benefit. No, they never give false testimony. We learn in Buhari from a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he once said three times shall I not tell you of the greatest of the major sense. So this however, said of course or messenger of Allah, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, associating others in worship with Allah and disobeying one spirits. And he was lying down, and then he sat up. And he added, at a we'll call a zoo, Allah wa

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Shahada to Zoo Beware of false speech and bearing witness to false.

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This is what a zoo salacia do in a zoo. They never ever give false testimony. Now, we think false testimony is in court in serious matters. But sometimes even in the house, you know that somebody has done something wrong. You know that they are at fault. But just because they will like you more if you say they haven't done it, you know, that your friend has cheated on the test has cheated on the assignment. But just because we don't want to lose that friendship. What happens with the false testimony? No, no, no, she never did it. It was actually something else. No.

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They don't like falsehood. They don't like lies. They hate lies because Allah hates lies. were either Maru billowing. And when they pass by a love model kiralama they pass by with mobility? What does it mean by that model? Kelowna?

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kiralama is the plural of Kareem. And who is Kareem? Someone who is noble. Someone who is dignified.

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And a love You know, it is used for any useless nonsense, loose stock that has no benefit in it. It doesn't produce any benefit. No dunya benefit no offer of benefit no Dini benefit.

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So Maru be lovely. If they ever happen to pass by love, they don't indulge in love. This is something to notice. They don't indulge in love. But if they ever happen to pass by love, unintentionally, then what is their reaction? The second start watching they sit and start talking about it? No.

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They just walked by with nobility as people who are very noble. And what does it mean by that, that they pass by without indulging in it

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without participants

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As dignified people, because if a person indulges in love than he is not Kareem.

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If a person does love, if a person says love, if a person watches love, that he's not cutting, he's not a noble person anymore. He's not a dignified person anymore.

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What do we learn about the people of gentlemen? That in general, they will not hear any? No, let us Murphy hallelujah. You will not hear any lousy guy in general.

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And Latvia is used as in file and also that law here meaning law, that in general, there is no law. Why? Because agenda it's only dignified people. And how is that proven? That Indonesia if they ever come across low Maru kiralama they don't indulge in it, they just ignore.

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So what do we learn from this ayah about rebels

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that are rebels are men who are very dignified,

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very noble taste.

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When it comes to what they see, the places they go to, the activities they participate in, the things they watch the things they read, what they listen to, the conversations they have with other people. Because whatever a person indulges in what does it show, his inner being, if we look at it constantly, a person's walk a person's door, it reflects his inner being his true self. Similarly, the places that a person goes to the things that a person watches the topics that a person converses about, what do they show, his inner being who he really is. So this ayah tells us about what kind of taste the rebels, they don't like falsehood. They don't like useless things. They don't like time

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wasters. They turn away from all of these things, because they are focused, they have to get up in the night. They are focused on their alcohol, they have to do a lot of Amazon.

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Think about it. If you're watching love on the television, two hours, when you have time to do stuff well, will you even remember to do is to know. So when a person is focused on good deeds, when a person realizes the mistakes the sins He has committed the mountain of sins that he's carrying on his back, then he does not have two hours to spare to watch something that is a zoo, he does not have the time to do that. He does not have any interest.

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He knows what a huge burden he's carrying on himself. And he knows he cannot afford to deliberately commit more crimes by listening to how long watching how long witnessing how long, he stays away from all of these things. So we see that they're completely two different personalities. One is of a person who is concerned about his end, concerned about his deeds. He's careful about everything he does. Even his walk.

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He's focused on his walking, even his talking even what he watches even, and the other person garrulous, heedless, no worries, no concerns, do whatever you want, do whatever you feel like, obviously, the end is going to be different. And throttle us if 55 we learn what either semi or level? Or they'll do on who, when they hear love. What do they do? They turn away from it, module kiralama, they don't indulge that it's possible. Sometimes you're sitting with somebody, and all of a sudden they start talking about someone in a negative way they start backbiting, when is that you take interest? or What did she say? Oh, really, she does that? I never knew that. Now I know. This

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is love. If you really have a good, dignified taste, you will not like this conversation. What will you do? Either you will stop them. And if you don't have the ability to do that mother will kiralama go away from there. don't participate in these things.

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This is thinking when it comes to people who watch soap operas or other drama based sitcoms, when you think about it, it takes them away from their own reality. And they're more focused on other people's problems and drama in their life, then focusing on their own life problems and mending their own ways, exactly. That they become oblivious to their own reality. They start living in an imaginary world.

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There are so concerned about what other people are doing, who they're going out with which house they're living in, how they're making their house, how they're painting their house, what color schemes. This is what they're concerned about, and their own floors, covered in trash. They haven't vacuumed for a week. They don't care. They have all the time to watch TV, but they don't have the time to clean their own house. It makes you oblivious to your own reality.

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When a person gets interested in zoo,

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then he does not like to face reality anymore.

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When a person is watching falsehood all the time, he does not like reality anymore. He doesn't want to face it. He doesn't want to accept it. He doesn't want to live by it.

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So there's something very very important that we have to be careful about

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layer shadows.

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Put it on your refrigerator, put it on your phone.

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Put it as a background on your computer layer, don't assume so you can save yourself from falsehood.

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Because this is a taste, people who don't have any aim in life who don't have any purpose in life, the likes of other men don't like so they don't like love. And a person who is busy doing jihad and Kabira, which I hate when he hasn't Kabira he doesn't have time to watch.

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It doesn't have time to listen to it. He doesn't have time to go to one music party to the other to the other to the other. No, he's doing jihad and Kabira he is putting all of his effort in learning the Quran in spreading the Quran.

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And you will notice as yourself, you will feel it yourself that the moment you watch something zoo, you listen to something. So what happens is you get distracted,

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you get distracted.

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You cannot focus in solid, you cannot focus in class you cannot understand the ayah

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you cannot relate it with your life. Whatever you learned you cannot implement in your life. You learn what you forget the moment you go home. Why?

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Because we are surrounded by self.

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Whatever is coming on TV, whatever is coming on the radio, whatever is coming on our phone, wherever we're watching with a computer, all of that is what a zoo. So what do we learn, have a good taste have a dignified taste in anything that you do? Walking, docking watching anything?

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One levena and those people who either don't care will be it will be him when they reminded by the IRA.

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When they reminded of what Allah has said, what Allah has commanded, what Allah has praised, what Allah has condemned, like over here in these if we're learning about rebar,

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so there is an overhang, when they're reminded of the ayat of their Lord. Let me lay how some men were omiana they do not fall upon them deaf and blind. You Hello, hello. Meaning they reaction upon hearing the Ayat of Allah is not deafness. Nor is it blindness.

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Someone is a Florida of Assam and omean is a Florida aroma. Rather what happens when they listen to the eyes of Allah, when they're reminded of the Ayat of Allah, they listen attentively, they contemplate, they reflect. And they make a change. They do something, they benefit themselves, they bring about a change in their actions. They do not ignore the ayat, they do not disregard them. They take them with understanding.

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What is the sign that a person has truly understood the if he's truly paid attention to them? What is the sign of that? A change in his actions.

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So when they hear what Allah likes, when they hear about what Allah has commanded, when they hear about what Allah has forbidden, you see a change in their actions. It's not they have written a lot. They study a lot. They speak a lot, they share a lot. Yes, that's important. However, they also change you can see in their behavior, they have improved, because when a person's aim when a person's goal is to attain the pleasure of Allah. And when a person realizes the sense that he has committed in the past, then he wants to know about every little thing he can do to please.

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So anytime he learns, this is what a learner, this is what the prophet sallallaahu Selim did. This is what Allah has forbidden, what is his reaction? Immediately, he wants to do it, immediately. He wants to change himself according to what he has learned. And when it comes to the Ayat of Allah, there are two types of people, two types of people and they're mentioned in the Quran. First of all, it is those people who when the Verses are recited to them, they submit those who are mentioned in this ayah lamea Hebrew, they do not fall down as RNA has someone what omiana we learned SoTL and fell I number two, that what he that Juliet, our aim is to that homie man, that one is Verses are

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recited to them, it increases them in a man and remember we learned about email, what is email, it includes it. It includes submission, of physical, tangible change in the actions. So when they hear the Ayat of Allah, the change comes, they act upon them, they live by them, they strive to observe them. This is one type of person. The other type of person is when he hears the words of Allah. He's not affected by them. It does not change his ways. It does not change his behavior. rather he becomes upset that Why do I have to do this as well? He becomes angry and frustrated. This is not fair. This is difficult. This is too much. This is getting out of hand and why

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Does he react in this way? Because whatever Allah has commanded it goes against his desires. It points out his faults his mistakes. This is why he gets angry. Instead, look, mine is seven we learned what a total lie is. When lamb was

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smarter her gut and nephew than a walker ah.

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And when our Verses are recited to him, he turns away arrogantly as if he had not heard them, as if there was in his ears deafness. This is how he reacts so angry insalata Toba Iowan 24 125 we learned about the reaction of the hypocrites that are either mounted at so rotten whenever a soldier is revealed from in home school. So among the hypocrites is He Who says a euchems added to the email. Which of you has this increased in email?

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Meaning it didn't really make a difference to me. It didn't really move me. It didn't really shake me. It's not that impressive. Allah says firmer levena Amma no further that home Eman and Lumia stuff, Sharon, that's for those people who believe it increases them in a man and they rejoice they become happy. Why are they happy?

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Think about it.

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Because they learn about one more thing that Allah likes. Like, for example, we read about these rebels.

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The characteristics of rebels. One is that a person feels excited. This is what Allah likes. This is what Allah praises. I want to do this to you step shoe room. And the other is that a person is Oh my god, I can't walk like this. I can't talk like this. I can't stay away from my movies. This is too difficult. two completely different reactions. As for those who believe it increases them in a man and it makes them happy. What a melodien, a few Kuru became modern. And as for those people whose hearts as a disease, for that reason, illiteracy him, it increases them in their field, to the field that's already in their hearts will matter to home capital and the die in that state. This is what

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is meant by your hero earlier, someone

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that they learn, they hear, but it doesn't bring about a change. Sorry, bad man. What happens? They're always looking out. What does Allah What? What does Allah like? What did the Prophet sallallahu wasallam do? Even this I can do to please Allah, even this I can do to follow the messenger, even this will earn you in the love of Allah, even this can bring me the forgiveness of Allah. They keep their eyes open, they keep their ears open.

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And when they hear the Ayat of Allah, when they reminded that a benefit, it shows in their actions,

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they rejoice, they become more happy

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with it,

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you boss

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one levena either.

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So now that we have learned these is our reaction should not be off deafness and blindness. So tell me five action points, five things that you can do practically, that you have learned today.

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Five things that you can do.

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Okay, not standing the hallways.

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drive more carefully.

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Walk gently. Watch only things that are useful. Don't just randomly click on random videos. Don't just flip channels.

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That if somebody is being rude and harsh to you don't respond in the same way.

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Okay, make

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that may Allah protect us.

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May you save us money during the punishment of Hellfire away from us? When can you do that? When you think about your sins,

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just reflect, take a moment. Take a few moments after your Salah and think about the sins that you've committed.

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Because sometimes we do them and we forget them.

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On it says that Allah has recorded the sins and they have forgotten them.

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So this should not be our behavior that we commit sins and we forget them No. Realize think about it and then pray to us.