Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 22 – L232B

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Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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How y'all doing?

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How was your end of Ramadan and your eat?

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Did anyone do erotica?

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for a few days, maybe, maybe you weren't able to pretend this but for a few days,

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when you sit in seclusion, when you're away from your phone and your computer and your email and the rest of the people in the house, then you really get to worship and have tissue in your body. And also you understand yourself, you really get to know yourself.

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So this kind of revived is extremely important

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hunger that I had gone through, and it was a very good, amazing opportunity was my first of all going

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hungry. And I really want to enjoy the last 10 nights. Because usually what happens is that when you're at home, you're always distracted by something where the other 100 over there, your entire purpose is just worship.

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And from the last few days afterwards, we just got back yesterday. That's why I'm late. Forgive me for that. But that was a very good experience. I'll share as many stories as I can. The lesson Teller, whatever is beneficial.

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The only thing I took with me was my

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iPad in my husband's computer to prepare my lesson with me. And 100 as I was sitting at the airport, waiting for the flight to catch all that time was spent in just preparing and preparing and it was so good because I was getting back into that mode.

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Because usually when you're sitting at the airports waiting for the next flight to come, you're just trying to kill your time.

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So it was very good

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for him lesson number 232 sora trc is number one to 12.

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Sonia seen as a murky Sora and it has 83 verses.

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And the Sora is named yacine because it begins with the hurdle of Nakata which are yessing

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there are many reports concerning the surah. For instance, one report says when Hades prophetic tradition it says that

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the heart of the Quran is suited to him. I'm sure you've heard other reports as well. However, none of these reports are authentic.

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A lot of important is given to sort of theorizing because of this reason.

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However, remember that these are not authentic narrations.

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So what you're seeing is a very important suit of the Quran. Every suit of the Quran is in fact important. It should be read with understanding it should be read regularly it should be recited

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and sort of DRC is definitely one of those. However, no special importance should be given which Allah and His Messenger did not give you understand.

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So sort of the scene should be taken as a surah of the Quran. It is important like every other salon

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this man over him

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. What is Bismillah?

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The statement was melange of man over him.

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What does it mean? When do you say it?

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When you begin something that is important. Remember that Bismillah This is a constant, it is a mustafina meaning a constant verse that comes at the beginning of every single of the Quran except for surah Toba. So when do you recite this

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before every sort of, it's almost a constant ayah that appears at the beginning of every chapter of the Quran, except for zero Toba.

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Now, there are some scholars who say that Bismillah is in fact, the first I have with Sora

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solo to Fatiha and others they disagree.

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Which is why it's quite possible that in some mishap, or in some Jews, or in some places you will find Bismillahirrahmanirrahim as a first ayah of sort of defective, isn't it? So you might find that,

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but other scholars that disagree Why? Because there's a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it's Hadees bootsy in which we learned that when the servant he recites and hamdulillahi Rabbil alameen and Allah subhanaw taala says My servant has praised me and the entire school has mentioned like that the conversation between Allah and His servant.

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However, in that conversation Bismillah is not mentioned as the first word.

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This is why Bismillah is not considered as a first if saluted factor rather, what is it? A constant verse of the Quran, which comes before every chapter. It's a constant verse.

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And what does it mean? Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim. I begin with the name of Allah who is of our man and also a Rahim.

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Tell me in the statement Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim, where do I begin?

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It's not there, isn't it? So Bismillah means with name? Have you ever wondered? Why it is with Name of Allah?

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I remember as a child who was always confused, what does it mean by this With the name of Allah, the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful, you see, the verb is not mentioned, but rather it is implied. Why? Because this verse, this statement is a general statement, which you can say, before doing anything that is important, whether it is eating, or it is writing, or it is entering the house, or it is reciting the Quran. anything important that you're about to do? How should you begin that?

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by mentioning the name of Allah?

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And if a verb was mentioned, for instance, Accra Bismillah, then for every action, there would be a different statement, isn't it?

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And how difficult it would be for people to memorize all of those different versions of Bismillah.

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So it's of the great mercy of Allah, that this statement is a general statement. The verb is not mentioned. Rather, it is implied so we can use it all the time whenever we're doing anything that is important.

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So Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim In the Name of Allah, the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful.

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Yes, he, he has seen is a composition of do who do letters and what are they? Yeah, and see. And these letters, what are they known as her? lwf? mahkota? Do they have a route?

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Do they have a master?

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Do they have a meaning? a literal meaning? Do they know? Like, for instance, when you find

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in a lemon and mousseline lamb, does it have a meaning?

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In Naka? laminal mursaleen. Lamb does it have a meaning? Yes. What does it mean? Surely, while URL hacking as well have a meaning.

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What does it mean by

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some who, who fija ear, they have a literal meaning.

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But there are other little features here which do not have a literal meaning

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and who have not thought, what are they halluf ej yet they are the letters of the Arabic alphabet, however, they do not have a literal meaning.

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Now, is it possible that some words of the Quran or some halluf of the Quran have no meaning? Is it possible? Why would they be there?

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Doesn't a lot of parents are saying the Quran really saying I'll be moving that this plan is in the Arabic language that is very clear. Right? So how could you say that there is some proof in the Quran which is not have any meaning whatsoever? We say that they have no meaning but they have a purpose and what is that purpose? To display the miraculous nature of the Quran? And what is it that this Quran is inimitable, you cannot imitate it, you cannot produce anything that is like anything that is better than anything that is close to it even.

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So, these have what do they present

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a challenge for mankind

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that here to hurdle via and seen produce something like the Quran? Can you say something like it? You cannot, it's impossible for you.

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So, these who've heard of MOCA thought, many of them appear at the beginning of various sources of the Quran, and what do they display

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the miraculous nature

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and remember, they do not have a linguistic meaning, however, they have a purpose and that is to display the miracle of the Quran.

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Some have said that, yes,

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it is a name of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam or it is one of the names of the Quran

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which is why you may have heard some people whose name is actually yes in Why do people give that name? Because they say it was the name of the Prophet sallallahu or they say that it was the name of the Quran.

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Just as the hufa even, have you heard of the ninfa? Whereas in fact, what is it heard of mocha thought?

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Why do people give that name thinking that it was the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his name? But was it his name?

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No. Is it the name of the Quran? No. What is the reality of these halluf? They are only heard of macatawa just like Alif laam Meem.

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On the strip of mine, I was asking someone that, is it correct to give the name yacine is that it's common? It's my roof. It's understood. So you know, we should not raise objections. But I was just trying to clear my understanding and somebody happened to be sitting in that place as well. Is that okay? Then I lay my child and if let me

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if your scene is permissible than any flower meme should also be permissible.

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The thing is that your scene was not the name of the Prophet sallallahu salah and when we don't know the exact meaning, because some have even said that these heroes macatawa are actually abbreviations of Allah's names.

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We have no evidence. So when we don't know we should stay safe.

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And others have said that yes, they do have a meaning. Some have said that, yes, you have a meaning. And they say that in the logo of a pipe by Hamza stripe play an ancient diatribe. They would use your scene to address someone

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and your scene. What is it? It's an abbreviation?

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So yeah, what is this? How funny that

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and scene is an abbreviation for the word? insane. This is what they say. So yeah, scene What does it mean?

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Oh, person.

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Oh, man. He's been addressed. He's been called. However, this is a minority opinion. The safest of all of these opinions is that this is of the hoof ricotta. And this is not something that is unique to this pseudo only brother, we find this in so many suitors.

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Yes, in one Quran, Al Hakim, by the Quran, that is wise by the wise Quran. Wow, well is half person. What is the person? What is an OAuth? What's the purpose of an OAuth

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to show the importance of something to show the importance of what?

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Whatever you're about to say, to emphasize it,

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to show its truthfulness,

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to remove any doubt concerning it. This is the purpose of an oath. So the purpose of an oath is to emphasize it is though key, it is to show the truthfulness of what you're about to say.

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And how is it that an oath is sworn?

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It is sworn by mentioning something, or someone who is of great importance

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be shaped

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by something that is great. Like, for instance, when you swear by a law? Who is a law, or lien, or a woman? Why do you swear by Allah, to show that what you're about to say, is definitely the truth. you're mentioning a lot, there is no way what you're saying would be false, you understand?

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So the purpose of an oath is to

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emphasize your statement, and that is done by mentioning something that is great.

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And remember that an oath of custom, it has four components, it involves four things, and one of those four things that it involves First of all, Moxon, who is a maxim, the one who is taking the oath. So first of all, you need the person who's talking to you.

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Secondly, after the maximum is to have

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the word that is being used to swear to you, what word are you using? And there are different words sometimes it is, well, sometimes it is. But biLlahi sometimes it is the law E. And sometimes it's not just a health, but sometimes it is a sentence even.

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Thirdly, what you need is the maximum RA, who is maximum array, that by which an oath is being sworn, that by which an oath is being taken.

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Like for instance, over here well called Anil Hakeem, by the Quran that is wise, what is the maximum Allah

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the Quran, as I mentioned to you earlier, that this is always someone who is more awesome. Something that is very great, someone who is of great importance, otherwise there is no point of swearing by it.

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Now as believers we are only allowed to swear by who

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last panel Carla and his attributes, remember Allah and His attributes. So for instance, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he would say, by the one in whose hand is my soul. So the one in whose hand is my soul instead of saying Allah description is being given, right?

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So we're allowed to swear by Allah, and also his cipher. And remember that the Quran, what is it? It's the word of Allah.

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This is why it has been said that it's permissible to even swear by the Quran because it is the word of Allah.

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So it is permissible.

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And the fourth thing that a custom involves is the person what is your person, what is being established by taking the oath? What is being established by swearing the person

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like for example, you say, by Allah, I went so what is the job person?

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I went, this is what you're establishing, you're emphasizing on this statement, you showing that the statement has no doubt in it.

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So while Quran binaca

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and the Quran, what is it? It is an Hakeem, it is the one that is wise.

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So a lot of the panels are over here he is wearing by what

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the wise are on.

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Now what does it mean by Al Hakim?

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And Hakeem is from truth matters?

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How can I mean, what words can you derive from these letters? hacat mean can you think of some words? hekman What does that mean? wisdom What else? Okay, what does that mean? judgment.

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Welcome, hacking.

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Now, Hakeem, what kind of a word is it?

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What kind of a noun is it? Which is some is it

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isn't cipher. And remember, it's some cipher.

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It gives a meaning of file. And sometimes it gives meaning of buffer. So it can be understood in a number of ways.

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And because from haircalf meme, you can derive many, many words. This is why Hakeem can be understood in more ways.

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So first of all, Hakeem is understood as lol hikmah.

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What does it mean by the Hikmah? one that has Heckman, possessor of wisdom, one that is full of wisdom.

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I have a question for you. How is full of wisdom? In what way?

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Okay, you have questions and you find answers in the Quran? How is the Quran wise? wise? In what way?

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My question is? How is the Quran wise?

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If you say to someone, the Quran is full of wisdom. And they ask how? What will you say?

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every statement that is mentioned at the right place, comes in the right time in the most perfect way, guiding us How else?

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First of all, the art is full of wisdom, how in its commandments in it.

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If you look in the Quran, what do you find? commands? Do this Don't do this.

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If you look at all of those commands, they are full of wisdom. So the contents of the Quran How are they wise, full of wise guidance? And how are they full of wise guidance? How are they full of wisdom? Because they are in accordance with fifth? They are in accordance with aka with either justice.

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Every single command that Allah has mentioned in the Quran? Is it not best for people? It's best for people? Does it contradict? What benefits human beings? No way? it's beneficial for them?

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Is it just Of course it's just

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so this is how the Quran is full of wisdom, first of all, in its contents in its in its commands in its prohibitions.

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It's quite possible that we may fall short in our understanding in our reflection, we don't understand the purpose of a particular command. We don't understand why it's given. How is it good for us, but is there benefit in that command? Definitely there is. So how is it unwise first of all in its commands.

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Secondly,

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the first point that was mentioned that the Quran is also full of wisdom in its arrangement, you could see that every command right place, right time. Like for instance right at the beginning of the plan, you don't find the women have to cover themselves. When does it come under

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Come in 18th June 22. Just

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imagine if you read it in the first surah Would you be able to do it? No, very difficult for you.

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So it's wise in its arrangement in its order in its 13. And this arrangement is both in linguistic way, and also in the commands in the way that the commands have been mentioned in the Quran.

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The order of those commands,

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then also the Quran is wise how,

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in its style.

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Its full of wisdom, how in its style, what does it mean by that,

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that wherever warning is needed,

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warning is given.

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Wherever encouragement is needed, encouragement is given,

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wherever some motivation is needed to do something that motivation is given.

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For instance, if you look at through the news, the commands are extremely firm and strict and look at the way this would have been similar to Angela, what sort of nerja

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isn't that wisdom isn't a part of wisdom? Of course it is.

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So it's also full of wisdom. In its style,

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there is [???] that there is emphasis,

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the way that things are mentioned in the Quran. This is divine questioning, to make us use our mind.

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So welcome, I am Hakeem, Hakeem. First of all, what does it mean, though hikmah one that is full of wisdom.

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Now think about it. Every command

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is just fare best.

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The style, the arrangement, the order, everything is full of wisdom. Is this good? Or not worthy of being followed? is not worthy of being followed?

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Of course, why is it being said one called Anil Hakeem, this is the wise could earn the wise guidance, the best guidance,

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therefore it's worthy of being followed.

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Secondly, and Hakeem is also understood as mocking

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and mocking. What does it mean? One that makes firm?

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One that makes firm

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a Shia one that gives firmness because remember that it come? It comes to make something firm. Now how does unmake firm? What does it make firm?

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the hearts of the believers?

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Like for example, the stories of the people of the past have been mentioned. And what's the purpose?

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What's the purpose? The new sabitha V for other so that we can strengthen your heart with it.

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To the Quran, it makes firm the hearts of the believers.

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Also we see that any statement from the Quran if it's quoted somewhere,

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if it's given somewhere if it's quoted somewhere, it's relevant, it's correct. Then does that make the point that you're making firm? Of course you haven't evidence from the Quran.

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To the Quran also makes firm

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inserted an arm I 115 we learn what that might collimator up because silicon wire either.

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And the word of your Lord has been fulfilled in truth, and also injustice.

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The Met Gala Torah because silahkan were added and because the Quran is sick, and it's also other, this is why it is murky, it makes firm.

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Thirdly, Hakeem also gives the meaning of mokum. And what is Moscow mean?

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This system of rule meaning though,

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maka means one that is made from one that is made perfect.

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How is unmade, firm and perfect

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in its arrangement, in its words, and its meanings, the selection of words even that no one can play around with them. No one can alter them and change them and distort them. Is it possible? No, because Allah subhanaw taala has made this for an extremely firm.

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So no one can distort its meanings, and no one can distort its arrangement either.

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And if anybody tries to do it, it doesn't make sense. You know that it's fishy. You know that there's something that's been done wrong.

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Instead of truth number one we learn and if lamb Rokita akima aka to sue Mufasa let me leaden Hakeem and Habib,

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that Alif Lam ra This is a book whose verses have been perfected, and then they have been presented in detail from who from the one who is wise and also acquainted.

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So what does it mean by perfected that they have been made firm no one can alter them. No one can change them. No one can distort them. This is why insolence was

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illinit II a 42 Allah subhanaw taala says ley de Burgh lumen mania de when I'm in coffee 10 zero min Hakeem and Hamid, that false it cannot approach it from the front nor from behind. It cannot come into the Quran in any way it cannot nullify the Quran it cannot invalidate the Quran in any way. Because the verses of the Quran How are they they have been made from

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intuitiveness i 82. We learned while Academy in the late Elahi la vida doofy history lesson kathira that this Quran if it was from other than a lot, and the people would have found many discrepancies in the Quran.

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So the fact that the Quran is firm, what does it mean? that it cannot be altered, the meanings cannot be distorted.

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The words cannot be distorted. And this is an evidence that this on is from Allah, it is hacking.

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Fourthly, Hakeem also gives meaning of hacking, and what does hacking mean? One that makes judgment, one that passes judgment, one that is decisive, conclusive. So this hold on is how come in what way?

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I was it How can

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that there are commands that are given in the Quran and these commands? How are they

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final? Because there's no book coming after it. Nothing can replace it. Every command in the Quran is final. And it gives us the final judgment, what is good, what is bad, what is permissible, what is not permissible? What is the right thing to do? What is the wrong thing to do? So this Quran, it judges between good and evil, right and wrong.

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And this is why it is mandatory for us to refer to the Koran.

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Why? Because it is hacking, it is hacking.

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It decides it judges between what is right what is wrong. This is why Allah says in sort of the Shula I attend, that will not the left him feed him and Shay in for her qemu in a law

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that whatever you disagree over, then it's judgment refer to Allah and how do you do that by referring to the Quran says the Quran is hacky? What does it mean?

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What do we have to do refer to the Quran

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and this Quran is also hacking, how that on the Day of Judgment, it will be a witness for a person or against a person

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based on the Quran, that if a person believed in it, followed it live by it, then he's successful. And if he abandoned the Quran, if he turned away from it, then he is a loser.

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So yeah, seen one called URL hacking by the Quran that is, Hakeem full of wisdom, one that is firm, one that makes firm and one that passes judgment as well one that gives judgment as well one that is decisive,

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in economical mursaleen indeed, you are surely from the messengers.

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What do we see over here?

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And all is being sworn by the Quran?

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And what is being said, that indeed you are prophets, Allah sinner, who are you from the messengers in NACA, lemonis. Notice the emphasis over here, what is in?

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Indeed, what does that show emphasis? lemina What is lamb? Surely, what does that show again, emphasis.

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And in the previous ayah, a costume was being sworn.

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A lot of emphasis is being laid. And what is being said that certainly most definitely you are are the messengers. There's absolutely no doubt about it.

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And mousseline is a torrent of Mosul and was more than

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one who has been sent,

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one who has been sent by who By Allah, baring message to his people. So you are of the messengers who were sent to their people by who? Allah subhanaw taala

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Why is it been said minimal Salim. And not just you are a messenger. Why has it been said you are all of the messengers, that you belong to the same group, that all the messengers of the past who were sent by Allah, you belong to the same group, you are their continuation, in fact, you are their final one, and no one is coming after you.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, My parable among the prophets is that of a man who built a house

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the example of the Prophet sallallahu

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Listen, with all the profits, this one is off a man who built a house. And he did a complete and a good job

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apart from the space of one break, which he did not put in its place.

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So imagine a house has been built, while the perfect, just one brick is missing. And the people started to walk around the building, admiring it and saying if only that brick were put in its place,

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then what would happen? The House would be complete.

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And he said, that among the profits, I am like that brick.

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So in naked laminate mousseline, you are of the messengers, completing them, perfecting them, one of them

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doing exactly what they did.

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So we see that right at the beginning of the sutra, a lot of emphasis is being laid on the fact that Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, who is he? He's of the messengers of Allah, He is indeed, the Messenger of Allah. And oath has been sworn in Lamb of Toki. Why is this being said?

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Because when she came of Makkah, what would you say to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? Less than one Salah you are not a messenger.

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And over here, Allah subhanaw taala mentions very clearly with a lot of emphasis that no You are indeed a messenger.

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Yes, seen, while an Al Hakim in academic philosophy.

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And we see that this is mentioned in many other places in the Quran as well. This has made clear in many other places in the Quran, that

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is, in fact a messenger.

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Like for example, instead of i&i, we learn called Malecon to be there. Amina also say I am not something new. I'm not something original among the messengers. messengers were sent before and I am also a messenger in NACA lemmie nanoemulsion.

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And how is this being proven that you are indeed a messenger by mentioning the Quran?

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By making the Quran a witness?

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By swearing by the Quran?

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It has been testified that he is indeed a messenger. So what does it show that the Quran is an evidence of what

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the prophethood of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam? If anyone has a doubt concerning the prophethood of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam what you do to refer to

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the Quran?

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He has any confusion, any misunderstanding, he should refer to the Quran because that isn't evidence.

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We see that the machine of McCann the previous order, we learned

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that the machine of Makkah would say that if only we had a messenger we would be more guided, especially compared to these Jews and Christians. Instead of saturdaya 42 we learn we're moving left ledger Iranian, let nj under the Euro lacuna, abdominal oma. But what happened when the messenger came? Did they believe in Him? Did they follow him?

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No, they turned away from him.

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So all those people who are running away from the messenger,

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turning away from him, disregarding what he said what he brought, they are being indirectly told that Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is in fact a messenger. And if you have any doubt, if you have any difficulty concerning His Messenger ship, then refer to what the Quran

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because the Quran is hacking, it is full of wisdom, it will prove to you that it is a word of Allah.

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It is firm, you cannot defeat it in any way.

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And it also makes firm and it's also decisive.

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So the Quran is an evidence of the messenger ship of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So what do these I add show to us?

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that we have to believe and follow the Prophet sallallahu Sallam because he was a messenger of Allah.

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And at the same time, we also have to tell who

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other people about it

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is a loss of planetary is saying with so much emphasis he has seen well and Hakeem in a calamity and mousseline What does it mean for us? Are we to believe and accept and follow? Yes. And is it just for us or do we have to tell other people as well?

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We have to tell other people as well.

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Because believing in the messenger is the key to success. This is what a person salvation lies in the hereafter. If a person believes in him, he is successful and if a person does not believe in Him

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Can he ever enter paradise? No.

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So a lot of emphasis has been laid to that we believe in follow ourselves and we also tell other people about it. In total Baccarat 252, Willard DeLuca, Ayatollah Hina, Blue Heron Lake will help. We're in Naka. laminin will say

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that these are the verses, which we recite to you in truth, and indeed you are from among the messengers.

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You see people, they have always been in need of guidance.

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When it comes to material things, when it comes to figuring out how to construct buildings, and how to hunt animals, and how to farm and how to do this, and how to do that. Many things people have discovered themselves, how trial error, experiment, observation

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but when it comes to worship,

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when it comes to the greater questions of life, the purpose of life

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when it comes to dealing with one another, where do you get this from? Can you just learn this from mere observation and discovery? No. People have always been in need of guidance. And Allah subhanaw taala has always fulfilled this need How?

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By sending messengers,

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and he sent his last messenger for the same reason as well, because people are in need of guidance.

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And if you look around you,

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people are in need of guidance today as well, perhaps more than they were before. Because despite the many advancements, despite the great technology that people have today, they lack in their spiritual contentment.

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They lack in their spiritual satisfaction.

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When it comes to morals when it comes to ethics when it comes to dealing with one another. People need guidance over there. This is why Allah subhanaw taala has sent messengers, if messengers were needed in the past, their guidance is needed today as well. This is why in Mecca, lamina mursaleen.

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And you are messenger, and also author, Mr. Payne on a straight path. You have been sent on what on a straight path?

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Meaning the way that you are on the way that you show the way that you guide people to what is that way? slit often was stuffing?

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What does that mean? So Roth is a path that on which a person walks on.

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And sarafa, which is a verb, sort of a means to walk fast.

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And Surat gives meaning of Massoud meaning that on which one walks

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so a path away a road.

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But what kind of a way? Is it what kind of a path it is?

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It is a way that is spacious. That is wide enough?

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What does it mean by that? What benefit does that give? If it's spacious? Does it have room for everyone? Does it?

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Of course it does.

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You see, when people start a business? Or when they start something, they feel insecure?

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Always? What if so and so also does it and they do better than me?

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When it comes to any worldly thing. There's always competition. And because of that competition, people have a sense of insecurity, which is why they feel that if I am getting ahead, I have to put everybody else down.

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But we see that when it comes to the way of Allah. Does it have room for everyone to excel?

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It has room for everyone to excel. So can you just stay back thinking Oh, since that one is doing better, therefore I cannot do it. No. Everyone can do their best. So So authors what kind of a path what kind of a way, spacious, wide enough for everyone. And it's also that which is mostly meaning. It is straight in the sense that it has no ups and downs. It's balanced. It's moderate. Because imagine if it was extremely steep. At one point you're falling. At one point you're finding it extremely difficult to continue because it's extremely steep. No. It has no ups and downs.

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And on top of that, this rod, what description does it have muster theme was the theme from coswell mean? This is further emphasizing the straightness of the way the correctness of the way that it is a way that has no crookedness. It is a way that leads straight to the destination.

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And this way, is the way of the prophets of Allah. So Ratan was talking

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when we pray to Allah

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In a Serato Mr. Payne, what do we say? How do we describe it split off for Latina and our own de la Him and who are a Latina and I'm dialing him

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meaning Urbina. The profits are so deeply in the Shahada.

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So Serato must Hakeem is aware of the prophets the righteous and what is that way? The way that is correct, that is proper in aqeedah in all matters, thus leading strict agenda

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in sort of the Shura, if 52 to 53 we learn what in the era slaughter Mr. Clean

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and indeed you are profits on a lot of sudden you guide to the straight back the straight way and what is the straight way sloppy Larry levy lahoma is semi wealthy when I fill out

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the way of Allah To Him belongs the heavens and also everything that is in the air.

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So, the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is what way

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what way, is it the right way, the correct way. What is this I show to us that every single statement instruction we have the profit center monitor, what does it lead to?

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Success

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Center is therefore split off and most of

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the commands of the profits are a lot of setup instructions, whatever he taught us. What is that the correct way?

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This is my last panel Darla says in contemptible Allah activee Rooney. If you love a lot and who should you follow the Prophet sallallahu sallam, Allah would love you in return? Because this is the way that Allah likes. And Allah is the one who created the heavens and the earth. He is the one who was sent the messenger because that I that I mentioned to you sort of the shooter slid off the ladder he levena whom FSM ottima flock to the one who has created the heavens and the earth. He is the one who has sent the messenger and the way that the messenger shows that is the right way. So if it's the right way should it be funneled?

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Should it be followed?

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Should it be lived according to definitely