Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 20 – L206B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The conversation covers the history and challenges faced by people who see things that are filthy or dirty. The punishment of past violations of limits is a result of people not using their minds to reflect on the reality of their situations, but also for those who use their minds to make predictions about the future. The speakers emphasize the importance of listening to the recording and not giving up on people.
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Welcome to

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Lesson number 206. So to land cupboards is number 31 to 44.

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At Lucy Luna, Ibrahima bill Boucher, and when our messengers came to Abraham or Lisa lamb with the good news, in the previous iOS, we learned about the story of evil, humorous to them, and then about notorious sinner that had an artist to them. He also invited his people. But what was their reaction? It was very severe. And they said to him, bring the punishment if you're truthful, in your claim in your threat, and not only slam What did he do, he made dua to Allah, that Robin suddenly, oh, my lord helped me against these people who are upset.

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So what happened then, a lesser penalty responded to his door and he sent his angels why, in order to carry out the punishment on the people of loot. However, before they went there, they went to

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Ibrahim racer.

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So then I met Jay at Lucy Luna, when our messenger scheme also disappeared off soon. And remember that our soul is used for human messenger, a messenger who has been sent to deliver a loss penalty on his message to the people. But over here, whistle refers to the angels. Why? Because these angels, they also brought a message to him to to everyone here in the center. And what message was that? They'll be sure, it was good news. The show is beshara, which is good news. Glad tidings. It is such news that pleases the receiver, meaning the one who receives that news, he becomes very happy on receiving that news.

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And what was this good news that Ibrahim Ernestina was given as the birth of his son is how and after him his grandson, Jaco, or the human center.

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So what happened in parallel, they also said,

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so they gave the good news, stable humanism and after that, they said to him, that in their movie crew, indeed, we are ones who destroy magliocco is actually no licona and it's deplorable of Mountain Lake.

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So they said that indeed we are wants to destroy elderly people, the dwellers, but when there is a heavy Hill karate of this city, what do they mean by this that we are wants to destroy the dwellers of the city? Which city is this? The city where the people have lived or s&m lived the cities are saddam

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in Alaska and what's the reason behind that? That indeed its people can actually mean there are wrongdoers rarely mean as a Florida running, what kind of when were they doing the people of Lutheranism, homosexuality, why is it called don't

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think about it, the actions that they were committing, such as homosexuality, why are they called what?

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They were doing little mother women? And what's the definition of love

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to play something where it doesn't belong? So they were doing something which was incorrect. They were fulfilling their desire How? Through the unnaturally through the way that went against the fitrah. But remember that one over here also refers to their costs.

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Because what is good? What is denial? What is rejection of the messenger?

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That is also one, isn't it? And what's the evidence behind that that Crawford is one

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wild cat Fiona, who knows why the moon that the disbelievers they are the wrongdoers. So in candles rarely mean indeed it's people are somehow by denying their messenger by doing a messenger and also by persisting in their evil deeds.

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And remember that the injustice is that these people were committing, it wasn't just with regards to their fulfillment of desires, but also, as we learned earlier, that they would do hotter Sabine, they would also obstruct the way and hinder the travelers. So that was also injustice. So in the Ella, her candles widely made, and this is why they deserve the punishment, and therefore we are going to go and carry this punishment out on them.

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What can you see over here, that the angels, they came with two missions. And what were they, first of all to deliver the good news to Ibrahim or listener and secondly, to also execute the punishment on the people of Luther early center. But before going to the people of Lutheran escena, de told Abraham

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Humor this center about what was going to happen. They informed him.

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Allah Ibrahima has Salaam he said in the fee her indeed in it in what in that area that you're about to destroy in that area is Lutheran Lutheran center.

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Why did you say that

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so that the people are not destroyed. Because even if there is one believer, he believes in a Lost Planet Allah, he stays away from those evil deeds he is doing. I'm a big maruf winner here in Boca. So how can you destroy them? How can you punish them? In the fee helewka?

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the messengers the angels, they reply to him that national our limo we are better knowing many we know very well as to be mafia as to who is in that city. We know very well who lives in that city, who are the believers and who are not believers who are the rollin and who are not alone and we know very well as to who is in that city.

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Let me let gn know who surely we will definitely save him. Let me let gn from the roof address non GMO legette which is to deliver someone to save someone from some difficulty from some calamity.

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So we are going to save him from this punishment. him meaning growth or SLM. And also his family

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over here refers to his family in lemoore except his wife.

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So him and his family, those who believe they're all going to be saved. A Lambretta except for his wife why she appears to be a believer, but in reality, she is not can admit she will be from those who remain behind.

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barbarianism, Florida for a bit from the roof address, rain the raw.

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What does rebel mean?

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A dust cloud. You can imagine a group of people running through the desert, especially horses. And as they move forward, what do they leave behind them? A dust cloud.

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And typically when people are traveling, especially as a group in the form of a caravan, they will definitely leave behind them some sort of dust, which is flying up in the air.

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So rabbit is used for the one who remains behind while his friends they move forward.

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You understand who Robert is, who remains behind in the dust in the dust cloud? why his friends, they move forward? They keep going and he stays behind?

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And why is it that he remains behind? It's because of his own mistake. It's because of his shortcomings. It's because he did not put in enough effort.

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So catamenial harbinson, she will be of those who remain behind in the punishment.

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What do you see over here, that the angels, they bring two news. One is good news. And the other is bad news.

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The good news is for who

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Ibrahima has sent him Why? He himself was good. We learnt earlier about all of the sacrifices all of us efforts. And we also learned that Allah subhanaw taala gave him his reward even in the dunya isn't it. He was given his reward even in the dunya for his sincerity, for his efforts for his hard work for his obedience for his loyalty to our last panel diner. And better that reward was that in his life, he was granted children. And not just children, but also the news of righteous children. And before actually, the children were bestowed upon him, he was actually given the good news. Why? Because this is parrot of happiness, that before you actually receive something, you get the news of

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receiving it, because it adds to your delight, it adds to your happiness.

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And on the other hand, the angels, they also brought bad news. And there's bad news was a punishment, but for who, for the people of loot or the center.

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What do we see over here, that if a person does good, then he sees its consequences. It's good result even in the dunya. And on the other hand, if a person does evil, then he will see its consequences even in the dunya.

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Yesterday on Judgment, LS panel data has reserved for reward and punishment. However, even before that, even before that in the dunya, he shows us the consequences of our actions.

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And we see over here, the liberal humanism when he receives his good news, doesn't get so happy about you know what he has heard, and he's so excited that he cannot think about anything else.

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It's a no, it's not like that he receives the good news. And right after that when the angels tell him as to where they're headed to Ibrahim in Islam, it's as though he forgets about what the angels told him. And now he's concerned about the people of Lutheranism. Think about it. Typically what happens with us, when we receive some kind of blessing, or some kind of good news, we get so excited, we get so lost in our own enjoyment in our own pleasure, that we forget about what is more important, we forget about what our ambition in life is. Or we tend to completely forget about other people.

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What is the mission of the Brahimi listener to call people to a loss of personal data? And it has said that he is the one who sent look or listen to that city. Because remember that when they brought him or listen, he left or rock along with him who else came. It was his nephew, and also his cousin Sarah, whom he later married, right? So all of them they migrated Ibrahim in Assam, he remained in Palestine. But Lutheranism he went forward, where do so do?

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So we see that Ibrahim and s&m he realized what his mission was. And what was that? to help people to call them to Allah, to serve them from a bed and in the hereafter? And we see that he is so concerned about his mission, that even when he gets this good news, in his excitement, and in his happiness, he does not forget about other people.

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And instead, what do we learn that he begins to argue with the angels in order to get more time for the people of Luther the center? And he said that in a fee Hello. How can you destroy those people when Lutheran Islam is still there. So the angels that are applied to him that Lutheranism will be saved when learning servitude is number 74, as well, that Fernanda and Ibrahim have low, which I will wish la yuja de Luna is calling me, Lou. And when the French had left, Ibrahim is and why was he frightened? Then the angels, they came in the form of people who are unfamiliar and they refuse to eat his food. So he was concerned, he was afraid. So eventually, when the turns in the nowhere

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the angels of Allah, and then after that, they gave him the good news. What happened, he began to argue with us concerning the people of loot earlier, this is how concerned he was that he cared for others, more than he was concerned about himself.

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Put yourself in that situation. Imagine you've received good news of who have a child. What happens to people when they find out they're expecting? That's it, all their work is gone. All of their commitments, finished their work, they don't give much importance to it anymore. I am expecting I am ill, I am diseased, I am sick. And this is it. Everything by and I'm only concerned about my own self. This is not the way of the believer.

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You see, everything. Everything has its own level. And it deserves its own importance

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and the work of a lesser penalty, the work of common people to Allah, the work of spreading the skull on it is the most important task that you have at your hand. The most important task no matter what way you're involved with it. So anything that happens in your life should not become a hindrance. In doing that work. Yes, it might become challenging at some point. However, we should not become so concerned with ourselves that we forget what is more important.

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If you think about it, the Sahara, they endured so much physical difficulties, physical pain, whenever they went through so many hardships when they went to the expedition of the book, how difficult that journey was.

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When they landed, I know he would lie on the desert sand of Makkah in the heat, and heavy stones have replaced on his chest. And still he would say ahead. What can we see that if a person is spiritually strong, if a person has a strength, it will help him overcome his physical pain. It will help him overcome his physical ailment, his physical state.

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But if we are weak on the inside, then even the slightest thing is enough to remove us from my purpose. Remember that?

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I always think that what are the gifts I have or the strength to just survive on half a date one date all day long?

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What gives them the strength?

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What gives them the strength to tie rocks onto their stomachs and keep digging the trench at the Battle of one duck. That gives them the strength

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where the more powerful were the more mighty did they eat more? Did they have multivitamins like we have all the time that the sleep for several hours web gave them the strength. It's the inner strength that you have

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when you're stretching

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On the inside, when you have spiritual strength, when you have fear of a man, when you're motivated by the word that Allah has promised, that no matter what physical state you're in, you will be able to overcome that. Definitely, you'll be able to overcome that.

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So we see what our humanists are now, look at him. And look at the state that he is in. How old was he at this point? He was extremely old. Did he have any children at this point? No. Imagine he had left his family back home in Iraq, he was all alone. He didn't have any children. And he's become so old. And typically at this age, people give up without having children. And imagine at this point, he's given the good news of not just a son, but also a grandson.

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Just try to imagine his excitement, his happiness, when couples are trying to have children for even one year, and they don't have an after a year, they find out how excited they are, how thrilled they are, after five years, after 10 years, how happy they are, I want you to imagine the happiness of the Bohemian escena.

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But it does not move him away from his purpose.

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He is still concerned about people, he is still concerned about his mission in life.

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And this is why his rank was so high. This is why his reward was so great, that a massive penalty rewarded him in this dunya. And he has great reward for him in the hereafter as well.

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So what does it show to us that in order to do the work of D, we need to have the heart like that of Ibrahim at his center.

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A heart that is filled with concern and compassion, and well wishing for others, that we should come out of ourselves. And we should not just be concerned about ourselves and our families and our children and our homes. Yes, they're important, but they're not everything.

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We need to be concerned about others as well. Only when we have this kind of well wishing and concern for others, it will help us overcome our own problems, our own challenges.

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What else do we learn from here?

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Think about it.

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Share what you have learned now? Anybody else? What do we learn from this is

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that if you think about it, life is full of ups and downs, isn't it? You get happy one day you get sad one day, you got good news, one day, you get bad news, one day, it's full of ups and downs, one person is leaving and other person is coming. Now, just because things are constantly changing in life doesn't mean we get moved away from our purpose. No, a person who has a mission in life who has a purpose in life, he will stay focused on that no matter what, no matter what he's going through.

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And if we are motivated by this mission, that this is something that a transaction that I've made with my Lord, and at the end of it is reward. This is a means of forgiveness for my sins, then a person will be concerned, then a person will remain focused and he will not get distracted by little little things.

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Anything else.

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It's amazing how it's not just our own, you know, happiness that distracts us. But sometimes it's the happiness of other people as well that we get distracted by them from our purpose. It's not that we are getting married, somebody else is getting married. And because of that, we will not do what we're supposed to do.

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But it's amazing how people who are focused on their mission, even in this dunya, even if it's a dunya thing, then what happens to them, whether they're getting married, or the child is getting married, or their sister's getting married, what happens to them, they're focused on their work, focused, they don't get distracted.

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If you think about it, the blessing that our last opponent Allah has given to us, doesn't it provide us with a better reason to stay more focused on our mission, to be more thankful to Allah?

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Think about it a less apparent Allah gives us such a huge blessing. And as a result of that we don't thank him by doing something for his sake. Is that fair? That's not gratitude at all.

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It's no gratitude at all. If a ladder is giving you a blessing, then it's your responsibility that you have to be grateful to him. So it's more of a reason to continue with your work.

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One more thing that I want you to notice over here is that every time this incident is mentioned in the Quran, what is mentioned along with it, that his wife, the wife of Lutheranism, she will remain behind in the hobby in some way or the other. This is mentioned every single time. What does it show

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that a person can deceive others by his appearance by his outward behavior, but he cannot deceive Allah subhanaw taala at all.

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The rise of Luthor is an ambu washy as I told you earlier that

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Ibrahim Renison and Lutheranism, and Sala they're the ones who migrated from Iraq.

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Ibrahim is an American soldier but Lutheranism he went on to the city of the dome. And it's quite possible that he married her from that city that she belonged to that city.

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So, on the outward, apparently she had become a believer, because no prophet of Allah would marry a disbeliever. Someone who does not believe in Allah, on the altar, she had believed, but on the inside her loyalties were written with her people,

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which is why she supported them, which is why she aided them and which is why she did not wholeheartedly support her husband.

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So let me see that in the dounia. A person can be like this different on the inside, different on the outside,

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you understand.

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And in the dunya, a person will be dealt by what, by his outward behavior. But in the sight of Allah, near Allah, He will be dealt out, according to his belt and according to his insight,

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we see that Ibrahim right is that I'm he's asking for respect for the people of Lutheranism. Why? So that they have some more time, so that they can change so that they can realize their mistake and change their ways of practices and seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. And on the other hand, the wife of Lutheranism, she did not obviously want her people to be destroyed, not because she wanted them to change. But because she just agreed with them. She was fine with the way they were.

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We see that the angels when they come they first give good news to Ibrahim or Islam. And then they give the bad news as well. So whenever you have to give two different types of news to someone, how should you start with the good news?

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Just as we have been seeing in the surah that no person will help you on that day. No person with Allah, no person is going to come to help you. Whether it is your parents or your friends or anybody. Over here we see that the wife of Lutheranism she was the wife of a prophet of Allah.

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But just because she was married to him doesn't mean that she was okay. She will be fine. No, she will be held responsible for the way she was.

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Okay, let's continue. When Emma and when

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it came, who came Lisa Luna, our messengers, when Our Messengers they came to who lupulin lute artists.

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So first they went to Ibrahim Ernest to them, and then after that, they went to both artists.

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And when they came to him in the form of young, handsome men, what happened? Both or SLM C A, B, him he was grieved because of the C, set a so what does it mean?

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To be evil, to be bad? And over here, it gives a meaning up to be said. So see, this is for EDA module. So he was grieved by him because of them, why these handsome young men have come and how am I people going to treat them?

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As I told you earlier, that these people, they committed the crime of Qatar city, right? And what is that, that even when travelers would come to their city or they would pass by their city, they would commit evil crimes with them.

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So, Lutheranism he was very, very concerned, he was very sad. He was very worried what could be him

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and he felt straightened for them in Zurbaran in his ability in his strength in his capacity. The word Baka is from the roof letters board, the coffee break, and break is used for narrowness tightness.

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So back or he felt tight. He felt constricted, he felt narrow, be him for them for who

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for the angels are behaving against them, meaning against us people that are on instinct, that are unfamiliar with letters, there are

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this is a phrase and expression. And it means to feel unable to do something, to be unable to do something to lack strength, do not have the ability.

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So over here, we'll walk over him later on. He felt very straightened, very tight, very narrow in his ability to defend the angels and to fight against his people.

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He didn't know how he could save these travelers from his people. So he felt very uneasy, and he felt extremely helpless. So there could be him around. It means as though he felt helpless.

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And they said the angels when they saw the state of Luther salon, they said to him, let the half Do not fear when at that prison and do not grieve.

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So over here, they told him that we are

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The angels, and we learned elsewhere as well. The layers will relay that the angels they told Luther listen and that we are angels and they can never harm us, they can never reach us, they can ever do anything to us. So they comforted Lutheranism left half Well, that doesn't do not fear and do not worry. The hospital office from

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welfare and what is called

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fear. But what kind of fear is it? It is about the past or the present or what?

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It's about the future. Right? So let's have Do not fear that they will harm us

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do not have this fear that these people are going to harm us in some way.

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While at the end, do not worry that hasn't had they known and what this doesn't mean

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to be sad to be grieved about what

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about the past and also about some calamity, some difficulty that has struck a person

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so laughter hasn't Do not grieve that you were unable to help us.

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Understand. So let the half

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don't fear that they will harm us and let them know that you cannot help us. Doughboy Do not grieve in them when a juca Indeed, we are ones to save you when a job is actually Mona Jonah. And it's the plural of Mona G. And who is Mona G, one who gives najat one who saves the other because net j unit g Pangea is to save someone to rescue someone. So in lamina, juca, we are going to save you from the city from these people will occur and also your family in lumber attacker except for your wife

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cannot be in our building, she will be of those who remain behind remain behind and

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in those people who are being punished.

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We learn sort of 80 to 81 that Luther is in an order. He said that when the angels were there in the form of handsome young men and his wife had informed the people and the people came asking for these meant to be handed over to them that are s&m said low and nearly become overdone. Are we in a rokinon chedid. He said if only I had against you some power, or I could take refuge in a strong support. If only I had some power to fight you people or if only you had some strong support through the assistance of which I could counter what you're doing. So what happened? I know the angel said hello to him now. Rasulullah big lanius little lake. They informed him at that time that Oh Lord,

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indeed we are the messengers of your Lord and they can ever harm you.

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And the angels they said to him in woodsy Luna indeed we are wants to bring down Wednesday don't

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Menzel and who is Wenzel? One who brings down what kind of noun is this isn't Farrell from which verb

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if I

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have you figured out if our

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MFI loan subwoofer in Monza, and zillah Yun zero in jail and then from that Monza So indeed we are wants to bring down what I only had the hill Korea, upon the people of the city region, Minnesota, a 50 punishment from the sky. Why be Americana we have so common because of the crime because of the sin because of the sense that they have been committing because of their crossing limits. This is why we're going to descend upon them register Minnesota.

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Now what is it it's ranges from their own fetters, or our Jay Z. And rates is used for punishment, filthy punishment. And it's used for most LIBOR or difficulty for a calamity, but basically rates literally is a fillip. What does that mean, to move?

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How to constantly move to constantly shake to quiver when a person cannot stand still.

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And from the same root is ritzier a shadow of

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a shadow or what?

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poetry I shall share and read Xia meaning they're such such verses of poetry that literally shake you

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that shake you that caused you to move or cause you to take action.

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And typically, the shadow will be recited at times of war. Why? To motivate people to give them energy? Because when you're feeling down and all of a sudden somebody's talking about your tribal leader and your great ancestors and your strength, then what happens even if you're weak, you will become energetic. So did Xia Shah, and from the same root is legislated very religious and very what is a very a camel Raja, meaning it has become so old. It has become so weak that as it walks, the legs, the sugar

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you understand

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All because it has been heavily laden with burden that it cannot bear it. And as it walks, its legs, the shiver, the move.

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So this what kind of punishment is it extremely filthy, extremely terrible, that will not leave anything untouched, that will move everything.

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And if you think about it, whenever you see something ugly, you know something that is filthy, something that is very dirty. What happens as you see it,

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don't just shutter you into shiver. It causes you to move, just a thought of it just imagining it, just seeing it or smelling it, it causes you to move, you move your shoulders, your head, your back, your whole body is shaken.

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So in their minds, they don't only have the hill caryatid ridges on Minnesota. Now what does this refer to? What kind of punishment was this a rain of stones? And why is it called rages? Because it was a very severe punishment,

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because that is what fell down on them from the sky. And what's the reason behind that be McCann we have sukoon because they used to cross limits you have so conus from Fisk and Fisk is literally to cross limits for SOHCAHTOA is when a date has become extremely ripe. And once it has become extremely ripe what happens the skin it bursts and the date the fruit the power that is on the inside it comes outside and then you see that the skin of the date it shriveled up it dries up it cracks. So fifth is to cross limits. So because they have been crossing limits for a very long time, this is why now the punishment is going to descend on them.

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And what happened the punishment was descended on the people and they were destroyed a lesser penalty it says well aquatera can mean her as a beginner. And We have certainly left of it assign as what as a clear evidence for who they call me or a loan for people who use their uncle for people who understand who use their mind when a katakana main her What does it mean hair refer to

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this area. So we have left all of that city

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meaning silo of that city badge of that city, it has been left by Allah subhanaw taala as what as a written beginner as a clear evidence as a clear sign being the city as it was destroyed. But part of it a lesser penalty Allah let it remain why so that it becomes an item beginner, but who will take a lesson likoma Quran for people who use their

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the Harrison as a beginner hydrocodone manifest sign that the remains of the city, especially the Americans, the people of Makkah, as I told you that there was a trade route over there, and the people of Makkah, even they would take that trade route. And as they would take that trade route, they would witness the remains of these people. So the cornea these remains are there. The same is there. But we will take a lesson

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only those people who use their mind who reflect and we learn intro to soft fat I 137 to 138 as well. That were in Nicoletta Marina la you must be hearing will be layli a fella Tottenham? And indeed you pass by them in the morning and also at night, then will you not use reason? As a lotto killer? Will you not use reason that these people who used to live here What happened to them? Why did they finish like this? Why? Who did this to them?

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And if it can happen to them, can it not happen to anyone else? As an adult, you know, don't use your mind. Don't use your reason. Instead of their heads it is 76 we learn what in the * lobby Sabina McLean and indeed those cities are situated on an established road and the people of Mecca the Arabs as they will travel the world witness their events. So the sign is there but who will take a lesson only the person who uses their mind

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uses their mind for what in order to reflect that what caused this. And not just scientifically what caused this. geologically what caused this now Why did this happen to them?

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nations people as a whole Why do they die? Why did they finish together?

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If you think about it, typically what happens one person dies another person dies. More people come in. But an entire city is wiped out. entire city. All the people are gone. Why? What did they do? What granted a commit and if it can happen to them, you think it cannot happen to you. If you do Fiske if you deny your messenger if you persist on your wrong actions

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It is said about these people, the people of Lutheranism that how are they destroyed the gibreel he uprooted their towns with his wings literally.

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Because remember that jabril how many wings did he have? When the Prophet sallallaahu Selim saw him 600

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and he saw him covering the entire horizon.

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Imagine covering the entire horizon.

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So gibreel He lifted these people up their towns up with his wings from the depths of the earth, and then they were overturned and thrown back.

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And as they were thrown back, the ridges, Amina summer, the shower of stones was sent down upon them.

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Just imagine, this is why these people are also known as

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Who are the cities that were overturned?

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This was a question all it was in my heart, and this time was my understanding, I'm having that right after the suta number. And in that today, man, Allah Hassan was mentioned. And obviously, he's one of the MBA too, but he's not in oil as what could be the difference. So what's minus i was thinking that difficulties, these ambia went through, and they were not having as many resources as a monolith. And I had he was like having big kingdom, many resources and what he was doing maybe the task was comparatively easy for him as compared to them.

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Basically, with regards to the prophets, who are known as Allah as some scholars say, Allah Allah as we mean of course soon, where it says in the Quran, all of the prophets of Allah their owners, because may not listen man is up Diane, it's not a February.

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So all of the prophets of Allah, they had determination, they were determined, and this is why whatever difficulties they face, whatever challenges they face, they deliver the message of a lot of the people. However, other scholars say that oral Azmi means also that men is out of reach, so only some prophets of Allah are those of determination. It doesn't mean that the rest of them they had any less of determination or they are of a lesser degree and rank. Yes, there is differences amongst the messengers unless a penalty says himself that tiltable sort of football no problem all about, right. So the reason why prophets, Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam Ibrahim are handsome, new artists and

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most artists and, and Rhys artists and the reason why they are known as older awesome is because they had to face a lot. They had to deal with a lot. As you can see over here, Ibrahim or listener, look at the challenge that he faced in his home. And look at his concern that he had even afterwards. He had so much determination that he wasn't willing to quit on people. He wasn't willing to give up on them even when the people had quit. He wasn't willing to quit under. So this is why they're known as liberalism. And also, their challenges were more their difficulties were more and what they accomplished was also very great indeed.

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I was thinking that this is wrong he had in his heart and then he's worried the another message he was saying that he's in them is that we see that Abraham has said he was so concerned for people. Similarly no credits and um he was so concerned for people which is why he did that what to them for 950 years I mean who does that? You tell someone for nine days they don't listen you give up on them. But you have the determination to tell someone for 950 years. That's a big thing.

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Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam he endured for so long as well. Massara Listen, um, he dealt with fit our own and he dealt with Bani Israel. He resigned Assam he dealt with the Bani Israel. It's not easy.

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I was just saying that, like, you know, I give up now. Like, I don't want to talk to people anymore because they don't want to listen and all that stuff. But then again, you have this in your heart that oh, my God, like, you know, you really want them to realize the wrong thing that they do. But like, I mean, I think it's a normal reaction among human being that that's like, Okay, that's it for me. Very true. I normally talk anymore. Yes, we tend to give up hope we become weak. And we think that's it. They're not going to listen, why waste your energies, why become miserable. But when you look at the example of these prophets of Allah, that even when they are given their good news, they

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still don't forget their mission, they still are concerned for others.

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So then this is a source of great motivation.

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Al-Ankabut 31-44 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 31-35

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