Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 20 – L203F

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Al-Qasas 68-88 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 84-88

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Okay, let's continue with our lesson.

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Number 84,

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Mangia a bill has an IT, whoever comes on the Day of Judgment, with what with a good deed, Father will Hiraman her, then he will have better than it. This is the mercy of Allah, that a person who brings on the Day of Judgment, a good deed, then he will have a reward that is better than the deed that he brought.

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And if you bring a lot of Zina, if you bring a lot of clothes, if you bring a lot of makeup, if you bring it all of jewelry, is it going to bring you human hair? No.

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Just the other day, my grandmother, she was mentioning to me that her father in law, he would tell her that don't spend your time in cleaning and cooking and washing dishes and all of that, because you can hire someone to do this for you. You can get this work done by spending some money, but they could or bad, all of that you cannot get done by spending money, isn't it so you can spend the same amount of time either cleaning and doing all of that work? If Allah has given you money, use that money to get that work done. But if you want to go and purchase some good deeds, can you purchase them with the same amount of money? Not at all.

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Mangia will hessen it on the day of judgment? what's going to help a person good deeds?

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So if a person brings a good deed on that day for the Heilmann Hmm, then he will get better than that better than what better than what he brought.

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So the reward that a person will get for every good deed on the Day of Judgment is going to be better than the good deed itself.

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And how is it going to be better?

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First of all, in its debts? And what does it mean by that?

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In and of itself, in its nature, in its form,

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like for example, a person brings a good deed, it's recorded in his record, but the reward that he will get is going to be something tangible, it's going to be pleasure, it's going to be enjoyment, luxury.

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Secondly, it's going to be better how in other in quantity, that if a person brings one good deed, he will get the reward 10 times minimum.

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Thirdly, better how in was, and what is the mean by was, in quality,

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that whatever Award, a last panel that is going to give, it's going to be much better in its quality and its traits and its characteristics.

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Woman job is sejati and whoever comes with an evil deed, then what's going to happen further, you deserve Medina amilo sejati. Ilana can we are Malone than those people who perform evil deeds. They will not be recompensed except for what they used to do, meaning the recompense is going to be exactly the same.

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When a person brings a good deed, his reward will be better. When a person brings a sin. When a person brings a bad deed, then his punishment will be equal to that. But there's one thing to notice over here, which is manager a bit hasn't it.

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You have to be able to bring the head center. If a person does not bring the hazard on the Day of Judgment, he will not get reward. Many times it happens that we perform good deeds but what happens we waste them How? By showing off by feelings of jealousy by feeling ourselves superior to others. So the point is to bring the good deed over there to make it reach there. Do not waste the deed before it gets there. This is the main thing

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in the levy, indeed the one who followed our legal honor, the one who has imposed upon you the Quran, meaning Allah subhanaw taala who has followed our alayka and Cara refers to the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So the one who has imposed upon you, la Duca, Mr. Ahmed, surely he will return you He will take you back to a place of return

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for the from the newsletters fair ball and fold is to make something mandatory to make something compulsory incumbent.

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So what does it mean by this, that he has made the Quran fall upon you?

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That first of all, it's reading it's recitation. And not just a recitation, but also it's teaching that you have to pass it on.

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And not just passing it on but also on the Quran.

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So the one who has imposed the recitation, the teaching the implementation of the Quran upon you, he is going to return you to the place of return.

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That odd analog is to return and a lot one who returns

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in Mr. Madison, Ruth Petrus, I mean well then either your return and mother's place of return.

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What does it mean by this, that Allah will return you to the place of return he will take you back to that place, which places this

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this place has been understood as first of all Makkah.

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And secondly, it has also been said that this place refers to Macau Muhammad in the hereafter.

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As I mentioned to you earlier, that this law according to some narrations was revealed at the time when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was migrating from Mecca to Medina.

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It was revealed on his journey from Mecca to Medina on that trip. And remember that at that time, the prophet SAW the Lotus and it was extremely sad. You go for Amara, you go for Hajj. And when you leave Makkah, how do you feel? So sad, isn't it? you yearn to be back. You cannot wait until you can go back. And you keep looking back to the how long. You keep looking back at the Kaaba, you keep looking back at the buildings as you are driving away. Why? Because you love that place.

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Now imagine for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, how much he loved that place.

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He was born there, he was raised there. He was granted Prophethood over there. He started preaching over there. He used to go worship at the garba. He used to go perform tawaf. Imagine you have the luxury to go visit the Kaaba every single day. And all of a sudden, you're moving from there.

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How difficult it would be how sad you would be at that time. So the prophets, Allah loves them. He was extremely sad at the point of migration.

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And we see that as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was leaving, he said, facing Makkah, that you are the dearest place to me, you are the dearest place to me. And if my people had not forced me to leave, I would have never left.

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If the people had not forced me to leave, I would have never ever left. This is how much he loved Makkah.

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Now it's only natural, that when you live in a place when you grow up in a place you develop attachment to it, isn't it

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that if you've lived in a particular city in a particular country for a very long time, you opened up your eyes over there, you went to school there you have so many friends, so many relatives over there, so many attachments, so many places to go to. You get attached to that place, no matter how insecure It is, isn't it?

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No matter how dirty it may be, no matter how unclean and unorganized it may be. But just because you have lived there all your life, you love that place, and you yearn to go back, you desire to go back.

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But Morocco was not an ordinary place. It was a place where the house of Allah was. And this is why the prophets are allowed some love that place dearly.

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And we see that a lot of panatela promised him when he was leaving, that do not worry, the one who has imposed the Koran upon you, because of this Quran, you have to leave. But remember that Allah will bring you back. This is Mirage, this is place of return. Allah will definitely bring you back. What do we learn earlier in the surah,

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that Moosa, the mother of mozzarella center, when she put her baby in the basket and put him in the river, what was said to her in do who la key that indeed, we are going to return him to you.

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And Allah subhanaw taala fulfilled his promise

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that very, very soon musasa was returning to his mother.

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She was nursing him again, she was taking care of him again. She could see him again, her eyes were comforted. She was relaxed. So this is a promise of Allah.

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Similarly, we see that when Mr. Edison when he left Egypt, how did he leave

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in a state of extreme fear in a state of uncertainty? Would I ever be able to come back? Would I ever be able to see this place again? Because his life was a danger. But what do we see that when he went, Allah subhanaw taala brought him back. He brought him back, he made him see that place again.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is being comforted over here and through him, the rest of the believers are also being comforted.

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That it's not possible that you leave something, you leave someone, you leave a place you leave some work for the sake of Allah, and Allah will not reward you for it. Allah will not recommend you with something that is better.

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If you think about it, musar lisanna when he left Egypt, was he a prophet at that time? No, but when he came back, he was a prophet of Allah.

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The profits are the loudest and when he left maka, how much people opposed him? How much they were at the verge of killing him. But we see that when Allah subhanaw taala brought him back, he came back as who, as a conqueror, the one who had conquered Makkah at the conquest of Makkah.

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And it was very soon after, it was about eight years after the Prophet sallallahu Sallam def maka, that he came back conquering Makkah.

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So, this is a great comfort from a loss of panatela that inilah de foto de la cual, an LA Ducati llama.

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And you see what is mentioned over here and Lady further, later on, even a law could have been said, but why is this been said that the one who was imposed upon you because he had to face this difficulty because of the

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before receiving Prophethood the prophets or Allison was perfectly fine in America, no problems, no worries, no challenges, nothing.

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But as soon as he became a prophet, and he started teaching the Quran to people there the opposition began.

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And many times it happens, that life is going very, very normally, perfectly fine. until you start learning the deen until you start taking the deen seriously.

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And the moment you start doing that, what happens? You face opposition from your own house. You have to leave so many things. You have to stop going to many places. And at that time you feel lonely, you feel sad, you feel left out. But Allah subhanaw taala reassures never think that you will be left like this. A lot will bring you back. Allah will recommend to you with something that is better.

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called say of the Alamo, my lord is most knowing Mangia a bill houda of one who has brought guidance woman who I feel blessed and immobile, and one who is in clear.

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Because at this time, as a prophet, sort of all his enemies leaving Makkah, it seems as though he has been defeated. That look, his enemies have been successful, and he has been defeated. This is what we think this is how we look at things that if we have to take a step back, if we are suffering, then that means we are not right. But the fact is, this is just temporary.

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Allah knows who is upon the right guidance and who is on misguidance so just because you have to leave MCE never think you are wrong. No. Allah knows who is right. And Allah knows who is wrong.

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What am I going to tell you? And you never expected you never wished you never used to hope they'll do. Right, Jim? Well, Roger and Roger is to look forward to something to offer something to expect something so malcontent of you. You never used to expect. You never, ever thought and you will call it a key taboo, that the book would be delivered to you

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that this Quran would be revealed to you.

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You never thought about that before. Before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam received prophet who did he ever ever imagined that he was going to receive the kurama of Allah, that he was going to become the Prophet of Allah? Never.

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So what is this, then, in the middle of this is only a mercy from your Lord.

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This Prophethood this knowledge of the book, this guidance is exclusively mercy from Allah

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falletta coonan naza here on them carefully. So never be you should not at all be a helper for the disbelievers.

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What does it mean by this falletta coonan does a hero named caffine never be a helper for the disbelievers.

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You see, when a person has been given knowledge, when a person has been given the knowledge of the Book of Allah, then it is his obligation that he must recite it, he must read it, he must implement it.

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And if he compromises even a little bit,

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if he does not spread the book, if he does not implement the book, then who is he supporting? Who is supporting the disbelievers. He is supporting the opposing forces, the hostile forces against Islam against the religion of Allah. Because what do they want? No one should know the Quran. No one should believe in the Quran. No one should implement it. So if a person ends up compromising his religion, if he ends up reading the book and then closing it and putting it away, who is he is assisting?

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Who is he helping

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those people whose mission is that this book should be closed. Those people whose mission is that this book should never be known for that fanatical numbness or healing and caffeine so never be a helper for the disbelievers never compromising the religion. Never leave this book. Never put it aside. Never

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abandon it, you have to hold on to it, you have to strive to implement it and also to spread it.

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You see, one is the group of Hezbollah those people who are the servants of Allah, who are there to serve the religion of Allah support the religion of Allah and the other is his wish upon the army of shaytaan, those who are supporting shavon and his cause?

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What is the cause of shaitaan to lead people astray? And what does Allah want to guide people?

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Now, either a person becomes a member of Hezbollah or he becomes a member of his wish upon.

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Either he will become one of those who are serving the deen supporting the D spreading the deen protecting the deen.

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How will he do that? By learning the religion implementing it and spreading it. And the other is that a person becomes of their husband shavon. What does it mean?

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that a person abandons the book. He doesn't really pay much attention to it. He does not read it, he does not bother to understand it. He does not bother to share it with others. So Allah subhanaw taala says over here fanatical Nando herodion casually never be an assistant to them.

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And we see that at the beginning of this ayah what is mentioned that one American that you and you'll call iraq al Qaeda, you never ever thought you never imagined. You never hoped that the book would be delivered to you.

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We see that musala sana. Even he never imagined that he would become a prophet of Allah, isn't it? So?

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When he left my den, he was traveling through the desert in the darkness of the night in that cold, chilly night. And when he saw the light on the mountain, did he ever think that over there and winters he profited?

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Never, he never imagined that

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the prophets are a lot of setup, when he was at the Cave of Hira. And he was there for so many days. In the middle of the night as the angel came, did he ever think that this would ever happen to him? No, he never imagined. What did we learn at the beginning of this lesson? That what a buka lokmanya show where a VA creates whoever he will, and he selects whoever he wants. People don't have the choice to the point that even the one who is chosen, even he does not have the choice.

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The Prophet never imagined Mozart is that I've never ever imagined

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and if a person is selected, if a person is chosen to be given the knowledge of the deen, what is it? In the middle of the this is only a mercy from Allah, especial mercy from Allah.

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Now you can think about yourself. Did you ever imagine Did you ever think that you would study the Quran?

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Perhaps not. Sometimes people have this idea in their minds. But other times people think that no, this is something I'm not going to do.

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Other people can do it. But this is not for me. This is not my thing. This is not what I like to do. Other people can do it. I don't oppose it. However, this is not my thing,

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isn't it? Many people think like that. But look at how Allah subhanaw taala bestowed the special mercy on

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that he selected you. He chose you look around your family. Look around your circle of friends, look past five years. All those people who knew all those people whom you sat with every day, whom you went out with whom you shopped with whom you partied with, where are they and where you

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are, they're receiving the score as well.

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Perhaps not. And if you're the one who's receiving the score, and then what is it? It's a Rama from Allah. It's a special mercy from Allah. And if it's a special mercy from Allah, then what do we need to do? We need to be extremely grateful for it.

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Because the one who is grateful for the blessing of Allah that Allah will increase that for him.

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This is why at the end of the hour, he said falletta Conan the hero okay cavity. Don't leave this and be resistant to the disbelievers.

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Once you have learned the Quran, once you have come upon this path, you can never turn back.

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Never ever because if you turn back then you will not be of the Hezbollah. You will be assisting someone else.

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In through the Shura, if 52 we learn what are their legal Oh hyena illegal Mohammed a Marina makhanda de melki taboo lol a man will injure Allah who neuron na Devi Manisha Amina Reba Deena, were in LA Caleta de la serata was ducking him. And as we have revealed to you and inspiration of our command, you did not know what is this book? You had no idea what this book is, nor did you know what is this faith? You had no idea what the keytab is, you have no idea what a man is, but we have made it a light by which we guide whom we will have our servants and indeed Oh Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam you guide to a straight by

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when I so Danica and never let them

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vertue iottie law he from the verses of Allah bar that is in Xerath LA, after they have been revealed to you,

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after a person has come to know about what Allah subhanaw taala wants, then other people should never ever be able to detract. They should never be able to avert him from what Allah has commanded.

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You see, one is that a person does not know. He's in darkness. He has absolutely no idea. He's an ignorance. And Allah, out of his mercy, he gives him knowledge. He takes him out of the ignorance out of the darkness grants him knowledge.

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Now ever person after coming into light, if he goes back to darkness, who is he depriving himself?

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Who is it being ungrateful to? Allah soprano Tada.

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So imagine you've been taken out of this darkness out of this ignorance. Now those people who are coming after you to push you back into the darkness, don't help them. Don't let them stop you from the Ayat of Allah. After you have come to know, never let anyone turn you away from what Allah subhanaw taala wants from you?

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And how can you do that?

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Whether in our big when you call people to your Lord,

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because one is that you're just trying to defend yourself, you're just struggling to stay afloat. You're just struggling to do what you have learned. You're just trying to defend yourself. And the other is that you take a step further. And instead of just trying to stay afloat, what do you start doing, you start swimming, you start going forward.

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When you start going forward, when you start swimming forward, what's going to happen? What's gonna happen? Are you going to draw? No, because you're moving forward, you're excelling, you will be fine, you'll be helping other people and you will excel. So one is that a person is just trying to, you know, follow the commands of Allah, trying to save himself, trying to bear the opposition of people trying to you know, keep say, and the other is that a person takes a step forward, and he goes on to call people to a loss of parameter.

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When you take the next step of calling people to Allah, then your religion will become firm, your obedience will also become firm. And people will not be able to avert you from the ayatollah.

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This is why after saying well as was done the grand ayatollah, he burned his own zealot Lake, whether it be called to your Lord what at akuna nominal machine and never be of those who do [???].

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Whenever there are a lot here, Allah and Aha, and never invoked do not invoke with Allah, another deity. Why?

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Because that is Schick. And also because La Ilaha Illa, who there is absolutely no god except him.

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So if you call upon others besides Allah, that would be what

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shake and that would be something that is illogical. When there's no other God besides Allah, then what's the point of calling upon other gods besides Allah who are non existent, who don't even exist,

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and also collusion in Harlequin Ilayaraja. Everything is going to be destroyed except for his face.

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Except for Allah. Everything will be destroyed, Allah alone will ever die. countenance his face over here is used figuratively to denote herself because the face is the most honorable part.

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So comerciais in halycon, illa wotja everything is going to be destroyed except for him.

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Any other being whose worship besides Allah, what is its fate?

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It's going to finish

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any other person who was turned to for help besides Allah, what is his fate? He's going to come to an end. Look at our own. Look at him and look at our own. What happened to them? No matter how powerful they were, they came to an end. They met their end.

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Colucci in helicon, a larger level Heroku. To Him belongs the decision. were elated Jaron and to him, all of you will be returned.

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In Serato, rock man I had 26 to 27 we learned coloman early Have we ever covered her up because they'll generally will. Everyone upon the earth will perish and they will remain the face of your Lord, order of majesty, an owner.

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So if that is the case, that He alone is eternal. Then what should we do?

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In total Muzammil iodine Allah says, Rob will mush up well Mallaby La Ilaha Illa, who is who Akilah

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that he is a Lord of the east and the west, there is no god except him. Therefore take him as your Joaquin. Take him as the Disposer of your affairs rely upon him.

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Ask him, trust on him and work for him as well. Only then you will be successful.

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And if a person turns away from Allah, then he is doomed towards he's doomed to eternal loss, eternal failure.

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We listen to the recitation and then a brief summary of this

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So this was sort of

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an internal process. There are many, many lessons that we can learn

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from the story of Musa Addison, from the example of Moosa from the example of Masada salam, how he treated the people around him, and from the example of Darwin as well. And from the great words of advice that our last panel data gives to his prophet sallallahu wasallam. At the conclusion of the solar,

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the main thing that we seen the solar is the role and responsibility of women.

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Because you see, many women have been mentioned along with many other things. One of the things that we can see in the solar is many women who have been mentioned, if you look, most of them, whoever he was, because Allah subhanaw taala made him such a lot of parents are given those opportunities, but in every state of his life, he had the support of some woman, as a result of which Moosa became who he was a hustler.

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If you look, there are many, many women who were involved in shaping his personality. First of all, we see the role of Omarosa that how she trusted upon a law, she relied upon a law

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and she let Mousavi salon go.

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It's very, very difficult for a mother to park with her child.

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Very difficult.

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Some women they find it difficult to even send their children to school, to even come to school and leave their children with someone. It's very difficult. But we see that Omarosa she relied upon Allah that if I want, good for my child, and if I want good for the bunny is like you, then what do I need to do? I need to part with my son, I have to part with my son.

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Similarly, we see that if we have some high goals for our children, if we have some high goals for the Muslim Ummah, then we need to sacrifice especially as women.

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Yes, we want our children should be around us. Our husbands should be around us. Our brothers and sisters and our parents should be around us all the time. Every time we go home, people are there. But if we want to achieve something greater in life, then we need to sacrifice. We need to sacrifice. We need to spend time away from one another, working or doing stuff that's more important.

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And Allah Look at his promise in our dual la key. Don't think that the sparking the separation is forever. No, this is just temporary. This is just for some time.

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Secondly, we see

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After Musa Musa, the sister of musasa

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that how she followed her brother, and then she gave the suggestion to the family of her own such a good suggestion in such a wise way, so tactfully so that the people have their own family of their own. They want that almost I should come in nursing, that she should be the one who will take care of him.

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Thirdly, we see after the role of Moosa, the role of the wife of

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that how she convinced her husband do not kill Masada center, and this was something impossible.

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This was something extremely difficult, extremely challenging. For all, who whenever he decided something, he did it, regardless of what the consequences would be, regardless of how what people felt. He threatened to kill all of the magicians and according to many reports, the all of the magicians they were killed. Just imagine so many of them, he killed them. He didn't have any mercy.

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So many little boys of the Bani Israel he killed him. You think it was difficult for him to kill one Musa? Not at all, but who convinced him?

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It was his wife.

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It was the wife of her own, who later on became a Muslim when Messiah Listen, he came to Egypt as a prophet.

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When he came to Egypt as a prophet, she believed in him, she confirmed him. And for their own, obviously, he goes through he tortured her a lot.

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And then after that, after the wife of her own, whose role do we see? The wife of musasa

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that how she supported her husband.

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We see that Lutheranism he stayed in Medina for 10 years. And after 10 years, what happened? He left with his family with cell B as he traveled with his wife, his wife went along with him.

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Now, it was a great sacrifice on her part, that she's leaving her hometown. She's leaving her family, why to go with her husband? And where is she going? She doesn't know.

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Because her husband, he wants to go visit his family. And he is supposed to be the most wanted man in Egypt, the moment he steps in, people could just assassinate him, they could kill him. And there, she would also die. Or she would also suffer a lot because of him. Just imagine, but look at the support that she gave him.

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She was with him. She did not say no, no, you go yourself, I'm staying here with my father, I'm staying here with my family. I love my city, I love my country, I cannot go to your Egypt. And by the way, your people are all slaves. No, nothing like that. She went along with him.

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She went along with him.

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And we see that a woman she needs to give the support, she needs to sacrifice, she needs to be a means of support for others. Because, you know, this has mentioned a lot that Behind every successful man is a hand of a woman. Right? And we think about it a lot. And we praise it a lot. And we feel very proud about it. But it's a very heavy statement.

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It's a very, very heavy statement. It's not easy to part with your children.

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It's not easy to convince your husband, it's not easy. do go along with your husband and sacrifice everything. Sometimes it becomes very, very challenging.

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But if a woman she has a purpose in life, and she believes that what she is doing is essential is important, then she can do a lot. And when she does a lot, look at the great benefit. Look at how musar lisanna was able to help the Bani Israel by the fear of a loss of panel data. But in order to do that, he needed the cooperation from his family from the women who are around him, his mother, his sister, his wife. And without that cooperation, it would be extremely, extremely difficult for him to do anything like that.

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And we see this in the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well.

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That he was able to do what he could do, yes, by the Delphic of Allah, and also by the support and the cooperation of his family, of his wife, of his daughter, isn't it?

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Because women, remember, they have this ability to really change, melt the hearts of the men who are around them.

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Whether it's her father, or it's her husband, or whoever, she can convince him, she can really make him feel she can just shed one tear. And that's it. Simple. It's as simple as that.

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So this ability that has been given to women, many times women abuse it, they don't use it in the right way. But we need to use it in the proper way to serve the need to help the team to help the cause of Allah. And we see this at the end of the sutra that if you don't help the deen of Allah, then what are you doing? You're becoming a helper for him.

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For the caffeine letter, coonan, nuzzel, hiralal caffeine, never be an assistant for them. Rather be a means of support for one another, hold on to one another sacrifice, put in effort, cooperate, and look at the results, look at what you can achieve all together. But it's not possible without the cooperation of women. So all of you women here in whatever form you are in, whether a mother or a sister or a daughter or wife, whatever, you must understand, we all must understand that a lot of cooperation is needed on our part, a lot of sacrifice is needed on our part. If we want to bring a change in our family.

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You might think No, no, our husbands not like that. They're not interested in Dean. But the thing is, if you want to make them interested in being Don't you have to sacrifice, you have to take double load, you have to take triple load, you have to do work yourself, you have to motivate your children, even if your husband opposes you, even if you don't get support from him, you have to take the double Lord. Why?

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Because you have a certain goal, you have to sacrifice. So it's possible your sacrifice is different. But as a woman, you have to sacrifice, you have to have a higher goal for your family for the Muslim ummah.

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And we see this great example in the women who were in the life of musasa.

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anything you'd like to say before we continue?

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I was just thinking it says what am I going to tell you and you will

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lead this summer we have so many students with us who have just come for the summer. And this is actually a mercy from Allah subhanaw taala for you that you got the opportunity to come here. Whereas other people they might be working they might have summer school they might be doing other things, but majority of your year and male smuggler award you and also benefit from this time. The thing is if we really understand this as a mercy from Allah, that this is a mercy from Allah. There's so many people who want to do this, but they're unable to, they never get the opportunity. They never find out. They never know how to they try to but they're unable they don't get the

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support and and hamdulillah if you have been able to come this far, this is only by the mercy of Allah.

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And if Allah has been so merciful, then what should be our behavior of gratitude?

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We listen to the recitation

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murgia

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panic alarm will be the Chateau La ilaha illa Anta

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Assalamu alaikum