Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 23 – L233B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers stress the importance of providing examples of past events to help people understand their own history and the lost promise and distraction of the main purpose of a story. They also discuss the use of messengers in various we'd we'd we'd like to see, including Islam sending messengers to people in different eras and regions. The responsibility of the creator to convey information to the audience and ensure they are what they want to convey is emphasized. The speakers stress the importance of being clear and complete in conveying the message of Islam, rather than just forwarding information.
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Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim lesson number 233. So if you are seen I am number 13 to 32

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what labeler home and present to them? Matthew Allen, an example, an example of us herbal karate, the people of a town

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and what is their story? What is their example? It just a Hellmuth saloon when the messengers came to it.

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What they, this is a command. And this command is being given to to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam that all prophets are no longer it was Allah present an example to who to them, and who does them refer to

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the people that he was sent to? Remember in the previous ayat, what have we learned? How does it sort of begin your scene welcome, Aaron Hakeem in naka laminal mursaleen. The people deny you they say Lester masala, however, you are definitely a messenger. And you are an acid auto Mr. team, and then what has been mentioned, the tone the raw calm, so that you can warn those people, my own your own phone walking on.

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So the people that the profits are allowed to sell them was sent to, they had not been warned before.

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They had no idea as to what to do. For whom they were negligent, unaware.

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And the prophets are allowed is along was sent to guide them to warn them. And what was the reaction of the people in general of rejection of denial. So over here, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was being told present an example to them. Give them an example of the people of the past that how messengers were sent to them as well. But what did they do? And what was their consequence? What bla bla home, strike for them? The word Baba, literally, what does it mean? To hit write the strike one thing on the other.

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But the word verb is used in many different ways. It has many, many usages, and often is also to present to put before

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over here it means to present because you don't hit an example what do you do? you present it?

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So present for them, meaning for the people of Makkah. methylene an example. And what is the method? method is something that is given so that a person can understand the concept that is being explained, isn't it? So? What's the purpose of a method? What's the purpose of an example? To facilitate understanding? So, give them an example. So they can understand what can they understand? What needs to be understood? And what is it that they need to understand

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that you are definitely a messenger in Mecca? laminal mursaleen.

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And this example is a rule of horrible Perea, the people of the town, which town is this? Which city is this? The name has not been mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah. We do not know which people these were, when they lived, where they lived, in what era? What was their name, we have no idea. All we know is that they were a nation to whom several messengers are sent.

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And according to some of us sitting, according to some scholars who do the procedure of the Quran, for instance, could be he has said that the stone is referring to the town of archaea, which is in present day Turkey.

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However, as I mentioned to you, the name is not given in the Quran and Sunnah. And we cannot say for sure that it was this town, it was this people. And there is no benefit in doing so. Why? Because if there was any benefit in knowing the name of these people, would Allah deprive us of that knowledge? No, he would definitely inform us. And remember that there is great Muslim Brothers great benefit in not mentioning the name. What do you think it is?

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Then you don't get caught up in who those people were, where they live? Because typically what happens? These are the details that people like, isn't it? And they get distracted because of them from the main purpose. They get lost in the names or this name. I wonder what it means, isn't it? So this is what people get stuck in. So when is it that they lived? Where is it that they lived? What is it that they ate? What was their civilization? What did they discover? What were their advancements? So there's great Muslim Brothers great benefit in not mentioning that

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Name, or the place or the air of these people, so that we don't get distracted from the main purpose?

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What's the main purpose of the story? That we take a lesson? Isn't it Oh, and when the extra details are eliminated, we can focus on the lesson. And you'll find this a lot in the Quran. That very little details are mentioned very few details are mentioned, isn't it all of the names of the people, their material details, very few of them are mentioned. So that we can focus on the main purpose and the main purpose is to extract lessons for ourselves.

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So strike for them. The example of the people of the Korea is just a home or saloon when the messengers came to them.

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Why did the messengers come to them because Allah subhanaw taala had sent them and this is a lost promise that he sends guidance to the people. And he sent guidance to these people as well in the form of messengers Musa Loon. Notice not one messenger was sent, but multiple messengers were sent.

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It also la la, he was naini, when we send to them, too,

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his name, do meaning to messengers. So to the people of this career, do messengers had been sent?

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Typically, how many messengers does Allah sent to a nation? One, but here, Allah subhanaw taala, sent to messengers. But still, what was the reaction of the people forget the boomer, but they denied them both. They rejected them both. Remember the meaning of tech leave that leave is to reject how, by calling someone a liar. refuse to accept them. It's the opposite of this the What does this mean?

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To confirm the truthfulness of someone and that leave is to call them a liar to say that no, you are false, you are lying.

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So if I kept the room, so they denied them, too, they denied the two messengers. So what happened? Allah subhanaw taala for us. So we strengthened, be fairly thin with a third meeting with a third messenger.

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They denied two messengers, a loss of power without a sent a third messenger. And the word that has been used over here is Isaiah, Isaiah, from the root letters ain't say they, any other word from the same root is and remember different meanings of Is there a certain color Is it right? Or is it an empty now?

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And the master of Azusa is disease? Right The Master is Thursdays which by which this debt free

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and as a as a disease? It gives me enough to eat. What does that mean, to aid to strengthen to support because disease means to be strong, to be mighty? Right? And that disease is to strengthen someone to give them might.

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When you support someone, when you help them what happens they become stronger. Right? So for us as never with anything, we strengthen them with the third one, we reinforced the two messengers with a third one. Because it's not difficult for a lot to send messengers at all.

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You see, the problem with the Michigan of Makkah had was they could not accept How could a human being be a messenger? Isn't it? Allah gives an example over here, you find it difficult to accept one messenger look to the people of the past, we sent two messengers at a time. And when they were rejected, we sent a third one. It's not difficult for a lot to send revelation.

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And what is it that the messenger said to the people for kalu? So they said meaning the messenger said in the LA como saloon, indeed we are, do you messengers,

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meaning all of us, all three of us are messengers to you from who? from Allah. So

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what do we learn in these Ayah? First of all, we learn that Allah subhanaw taala has sent messengers, for the guidance of people in various eras, in various lands in various nations, isn't it? We learned that messengers were sent early on at the time of no hellena was the first messenger right after him, many many messengers were sent. We learned to look fabulous Ayah 24. What image are Metin Illa Allah Fianna de, there has been no nation, no community, no people except that a warner has come to it.

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And this story is an evidence for that as well that Allah sent messengers do this nation.

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Also we learned these if that in some places, in sometimes Allah subhanaw taala sent only one messenger and in others, he sent more

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Multiple at a time by, for example, over here in Las Vegas and do initially when they were rejected he supported them with a third three messengers simultaneously at a time to one nation. Any other people do more messengers were sent at a time more than one

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the people of our own right how that Maasai Salaam was sent as a messenger to them. And when musasa was made a messenger he made the right to Allah, isn't it so that we learn to love Ohio 29 to 32 that was your only was deal on Minelli. How Luna he should be sad what actually Kofi MD, that appoint for me, a minister for my family, meaning a helper for my family. And he specified how long my brother and increase through him my strength and let him share my task. So Masada was made a messenger, he made the route to Allah. And as a result held on our listener was also made a messenger and both of them were sent as messengers due to fit our own, and his people.

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So depending on the need, you understand, depending on the need, depending on the situation, Allah subhanaw taala sent messengers, if one was sufficient, only he was sent. If more than one was required, two were sent.

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And if more than two were required, three were sent.

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What does it show that allows the panel data fulfilled his promise of sending guidance to people?

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Isn't it so when other restaurant was sent to the near what was said for me at the end of the company wouldn't write our last panel, Terry Wilson guidance and he fulfilled that he sent guidance, he left no room for ignorance for people. So that they have no reason to disbelieve, they have no reason to not know

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also, we learned these is that it is very, very important that if a particular work if a particular task is not manageable by one person alone,

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then you should not find any difficulty in accepting assistance.

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Right? You should not find any difficulty in accepting supporters in sharing the work in dividing the work.

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Because what's the main purpose? You are the work? The work, right? That's the target. That's the goal.

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If you can do it alone, good. But if the work is tremendous, it's huge. It's not possible for you to do it yourself. And the work is divided or it is shared amongst many people, then don't feel threatened. You understand?

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You see a lesson two messengers. What happened? They were rejected a lesson a third messenger? Did the first two messengers said no, no, we don't accept you. We can manage ourselves. We can do everything ourselves, no. All of them together all three messengers. They said in a in a como salon, they together work, then they shared the responsibility.

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Many times we think that if we're doing something, we are the best one to do that work. And no one else has a right to even suggest anything, isn't it? This behavior is incorrect.

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You see, when a person is working alone, he has only one mind to work with, isn't it so? And when you have one mind to work with, you are taking all the burden, right? you're managing everything yourself, you're taking all the tension yourself. But when there's even one person to work with you doesn't it become much easier, it becomes much easier. So no matter what work we are doing, if we are provided with some assistance, don't think you are considered as someone who's incapable and you have failed and you are not worth it. This is why somebody else has been given the work No, it's just to make your work easier. It's just so that the target is achieved, the work can be done. So we

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see over here two messengers were sent when they were rejected a loss of a third one. The similarity firework is ever to be shared amongst others never ever feel threatened. And a person whose focus is the work, he will never feel bad in sharing the work. Because he will not give priority to himself. What is it giving priority to the work? Right?

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Oh no, they said who said the people said the messengers, all three of them. They said to the nation in a como saloon. What was the reaction of the people on Luma and to elaborate shadow Miss Luna you are not but human beings like us. Man, you are not inlet

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verschuren human beings Miss Luna just like us. You're human beings just like us. You're only people, how could you be prophets? How could you be messengers? How could Allah have sent to you, when there is nothing different about?

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You are human beings just like us? Why Mandela Rockman and the Most Merciful has never sent down MinJae in anything at all.

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Two reasons they give for their disbelief. First of all, they say, You are only human beings like us. There is nothing special about you. The second reason is, well Matt, and deliver them in shape, that Allah He has never revealed anything. Meaning they completely rejected the concept of prophethood of revelation that Allah has never sent any revelation before. There has never been a messenger before you. So how could you be a messenger?

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In anthem electric, the one you are only liars?

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If you think about it, what is cable?

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What is arrogance? What is pride? What's the definition?

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Do deny the truth and

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belittle the people better will help wantonness. Right? Over here, what are the people doing, rejecting the truth? And also belittling others, belittling the prophets? Isn't it? So? By saying that you're only human beings like us? What are they doing, trying to insult them? Allah subhanaw taala gave him a very high status. And there's a no you don't have any special status and rejecting the truth, that we're under overwhelming shade. Allah has never sent down any revelation before. In antimagnetic, the one you're only liars. So what do we see over here? That out of arrogance, out of pride, these people rejected all three of the messengers. And they did not just reject those three

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messengers, but they rejected all of the messengers. You see, this belief that we have that rejecting even one messenger is like rejecting all of the messengers? Isn't it made clear over here? They rejected not just the messengers were sent to them. But they rejected all of the messengers by saying, Well, my

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allies never sent any revelation. They completely rejected the concept of prophethood.

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We see that in every year, in every time, the people, they deny their messengers, isn't it?

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And what is the main reason the primary reason behind their denial?

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It was because the messengers were human beings.

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They could not accept that a human being like them, was informing them of something special that they knew that Allah subhanaw taala had informed them that they had been chosen above the rest of the people.

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So the people have never been able to accept the fact that Allah has sent human messengers that how is it possible that a human being like us could be a prophet? And this has been mentioned many, many times in the Quran, isn't it?

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Like for example, on I number seven, we learn workato melihat bassoon, yeah, Kuru Tara, why am she Phil as well, Lola en de la la que ella con una mas una de la that they say what is this messenger? He eats food. He's a human being like us. And he walks in the marketplace that he has to go and fulfill his needs himself. Why was there not sent down to him and angels he would be with him at Warner cemetery. We aren't interested in it for one moment our NASA and you know his German Buddha in kalu, a Bossa Nova shadow masuleh. And nothing prevented the people from believing when guidance came to them, except that they said has Allah sent a human messenger. So the people what did they

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challenge, the berseria of the prophets. The fact that the prophets were human beings, they could not accept that this happened at the time of every single messenger even at the time of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam

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in total and around 91 one Mercado de la Taka de is called Luma and Allahu Allah by Sheree min shake, that they did not appraise a lot with true appraisal when they said Allah did not reveal to a human being anything.

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You see when people object to this fact that Why are messengers human beings. What are they objecting? In reality?

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Unless decision isn't until they're objecting Allah's wisdom This is why intellectual and arm

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91 Allah says one Mercado la casa de

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they have not valued Allah they have not appraised Allah His true appraisal, they have disrespected him how by saying that Allah has not sent any human messenger

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because anyway people are challenging the wisdom of Allah, the power of Allah that is there has to be a messenger he should not be a human being he should be something else.

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in Surat Ibrahim I attend to 11 also, we learn color in anthem 11 National myth Luna to read una anta Sedona Americana yaku una una vez seal funny movie.

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Is that in anthem Illa, Bashar myth, Luna and what did the messengers reply call it loose room in a lavish mommy's local? They said yes, indeed, we are only human beings like you. When I came to La Jolla, mundo la monisha everybody but Allah, He bestows favor upon whomsoever He wills from among his servants.

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And there's something so strange that people find it difficult to accept human messengers, that they say that just because you're a human being you cannot guide us.

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If you think about it, when people say the same thing to doctors,

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do they? Do they say the same thing to engineers? Does this ever happen? that a person goes to a doctor? And he says, oh, you're only a human being like me? After all? How can you know? How can you help me? How do you know that this medicine is good for me? How can you prescribe this for me? After all, you're only a human being? Yes, the doctor is only a human being but what makes him better? His knowledge is that his experience the special characteristics that he possesses. So similarly, when it comes to the prophets of Allah, yes, they are human beings. But what makes them worthy of being followed the fact that Allah chose them,

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the fact that Allah sent them, the fact that Allah gave them certain knowledge. This is why they should be funneled

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into the moon at 24. Also, we learned for colon minor or Latina, kapha, Roman homi, Madhava, 11, shoumik. Local.

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He's only a human being like you. So so many times that people said this, about the prophets of Allah, they're only human beings. And this is a mere excuse. This is just an excuse, which is based on what? arrogance, pride.

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Because people find it difficult to accept that someone knows more than them.

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Someone has a greater status than them. So the reason behind their denials, what? arrogance, it's pride.

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And we know about this already that why about less than human messengers? What's the reason behind that?

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Because human beings live on this earth, right? messengers have been sent to human beings, and for human beings to understand someone, what do they need? It has to be a human being.

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Isn't it so that a computer that people have made a software that you have installed? Sometimes people say, I cannot understand it? Right? Many people have a barrier between themselves and gadgets. They say that no, I don't understand this simple thing simple instructions, you have to follow simple steps, you have to take what they say that no, I cannot get it.

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And they will request your brother they will request your father they will request their son, somebody to take care of everything. Why? Because you cannot talk to the computer,

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isn't it? You cannot just tell the computer verbally what to do, the computer cannot tell you what to do. Because of this simple barrier, people find it so difficult to operate a machine that they themselves have made. How is it possible then, that if some other creation was sent as messengers, people would be able to communicate with them? People would be able to understand them relate with them, it would be impossible.

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If Allah subhanaw taala had sent angels, what would people say? They would make an excuse, or we can't do anything. They're angels. Right? And unfortunately, even today, people have made such beliefs about the prophets about the righteous, no to go there's something else, there's something different so we cannot be like them.

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But the fact is that Allah sent human messengers so that we can relate with them. We can understand them, we can follow them. We can obey them.

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Many times people say this, that you know, he is a prophet of Allah and there's no way we can do what he did. He was different. He was special. Yes, definitely. There were special things about him. However, we have been told to follow him as well.

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I know they said who said the prophets of Allah, they responded or buena Allah. Our Lord knows that in a calm mo saloon, that indeed, we are

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To you, surely, messengers,

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our Lord knows a lot knows that we are definitely messengers and we're not liars.

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Because one of the people accuse messengers of being liars, right? And until we let that be known, you're only lying. So the messengers, what did they say in response? Allah knows best. Allah knows that we are indeed messengers we are not liars. And Robin a llama, our Lord knows this in a way functions like an oath. Because you're mentioning the name, the knowledge of Allah.

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They're mentioning the knowledge of a low, sort of buena animal in a in a con, the moose alone.

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If you think about it earlier, what did the messenger say to the people in that illegal? More saloon? simple statement. We are to you messengers. simple statement. Very gentle, clear. But when the messengers were denied when they were rejected, what did they say? Or buena Alamo in LA comme l'amour saloon, there is more emphasis in the statement,

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isn't it? So? So we see that Initially, it was a very gentle statement, clear, simple, straightforward. But when there was rejection, then there was emphasis on the part of the messengers as well in their statement in their message, or Abu nyalam in LA comme le masala.

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And why is it that they say that our Lord knows?

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Why do they say this? That whether you accept or not, whether you believe or not, Allah knows.

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It's in his knowledge, he knows that we are messengers He has sent us to you.

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You see, there are some things that you tell another person off, he doesn't believe you.

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You tell him in different ways he doesn't believe you. What can you do after that?

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What can you do? No matter how many explanations you give him, if they have made up their mind, they don't want to accept they're not going to accept. So is there any benefit in arguing with them in debating with them? no benefit whatsoever? So what should a person do he should just rely on Allah. This is what the messengers do over here. Our Lord knows that we are messengers, we're not liars, and the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was told to do the same thing as well. It's a little uncouth, I have 52, we learn Colca favela, he veiny. verbena come shahidan. Say that sufficient is a lot between me and you as a witness. you reject you don't accept doesn't matter who cares. alunos Cafe

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benei webinar comm shahidan, Yanomami Latinos, whatever that isn't the heavens and the earth. And he also knows that we are messengers, we're not liars. So whenever people accuse you, and you know you are right, don't feel bad.

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Know that you are right in the sight of Allah. And if you are right in the sight of a lot, then you are fine.

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You understand? You understand the point that I'm making over here. That many times were just concerned about clearing our image before people, they called me a liar. And people go to the extent of suing companies, right? That you have dishonored us and you have ruined our reputation, we will go to such great lengths. It's good to do that in certain cases. However, in other cases, it doesn't bring any benefit whatsoever. So in that case, what should a person think about that Allah knows I'm not an

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ally, nor knows what I'm doing is right. Whether people accept or reject, they call me a liar, whatever they do, Allah knows and that is sufficient.

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Well, Marlena, and not upon us, meaning is a responsibility in law, except albula will be in the clear notification, meaning our responsibility is simply to convey the message to you clearly.

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That's our responsibility to convey our responsibility is not to ensure that you have accepted us.

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Our responsibility is not to ensure that you call us truthful.

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No, our responsibility is just to convey and once we have conveyed, whatever you do after that, Allah will deal with you.

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You accept, you reject you believe you disbelieve whatever you do, Allah will deal with you concerning that.

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As far as our responsibility is concerned, just benevolent moving. Now what does it mean by Alvin Alvin will be albula from the roof hydrous Bella line, what does Bolivar literally mean?

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To attain to reach right and it is basically to reach the purpose, the end, the finality of something.

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Whether that

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final end is a position a place a point in time.

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It could be anything like for example, Hatter, in a villa should do until when he reaches maturity, right.

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So, when a child reaches the age of maturity that is, what a point in time, a stage in life, right? And from this the word below is also used for conveying something conveying a message proclaiming a message

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announcing it notifying it. Why? Because when you're conveying a message, what is your goal? that whatever you have it should be delivered to the other person who is your target, right? And how should it be conveyed? Completely and fully as it should be with full effort without leaving anything whatsoever.

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So, our responsibility is to do albana meaning to convey to you what,

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what Allah subhanaw taala has told us to convey to you, and how are we to convey to you everything, whether you like it or you don't like it,

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you understand?

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Our responsibility is to convey to you everything, whether you like it or you don't like it, whether you accept it, or you reject it, and we are to conveyed how it should be allowed. That is a movie and clear. Isn't this amazing? Because many times when people are conveying the message of Islam, first of all, what do they do?

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They pick and choose, right? They select only, and whatever they do pick and choose whatever they do select, do they convey clearly, in clear terms? No, many times it's left ambiguous. Many times it's left unclear, they watered down the message, right? Similarly, they will leave major parts out, they will say everything is okay. It's not moving at all. This is unfair, this is incorrect. What is the responsibility of the dairy? That he should convey everything and how should he convey? Clearly?

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Now definitely hikmah should be used, wisdom should be used in the sense that you don't just bombard someone with information at the first meeting. Right? How would you go about it step by step, one thing after the other, and you prioritize, isn't it? So? Well Marlena in little Bella will move in our responsibility is to convey in clear terms,

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such a such a message that is clear in every aspect. Nothing at all is left unclear into the Lord I number 40 also we learned

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for innama illegal below where Elena, he said that on you or Prophet sallallahu Sallam is a responsibility to convey. And our job is to take the account. Right?

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You have to convey and we will take the account. And we learned a number of points from this ayah What do we learn, first of all, from desire?

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What do we learn?

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What's the duty of care?

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to convey? How should you convey

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clearly and completely?

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And this also shows to us that the messengers of Allah, they were very sincere, trustworthy and honest.

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How? That they conveyed everything completely and clearly. If a person does not convey completely, is he being trustworthy?

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Is he? No. If a person does not convey clearly, he's being unclear? Is it being honest? No. So the fact that the messengers fulfilled their responsibility of urban urban well being what does it show? They were extremely trustworthy, they were sincere, and they were honest. This is why I chose them.

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You understand? This is why Allah selected them.

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The people said to them, You are liars, when in reality, who are they extremely honest people? Right? And their honesty was known even before they were made messengers. Like the Prophet sallallahu Sallam what was he known as a Sadiq? Well, I mean, what the sadhak mean? Honest, truthful and Ameen trustworthy. So these characteristics, the messengers were well known for them, they possess them. This is why Allah selected them. This is why he chose them. And when they became messengers they completely and fully honestly conveyed the message.

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In certain Marita I 67 we learn Yeah, you have a soul belly on zerah Robbie, that oh messenger. Convey whatever has been revealed to you from your Lord everything without exception

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Whether people like it or they don't like it,

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if a person's focus is on the work, and not on himself on his own personality, right, he is not trying to highlight himself. He's not trying to gain fame. But the point is to get the message across then what will he do? He will convey completely and fully

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is an utter.

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And these are very, very important qualities that every diary must possess because if he does not have them, he cannot do the job, being open hearted, being focused on the message.

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And Allah subhanaw taala he takes care of the rest

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the messengers and said, woman, Elena, our responsibility is only this. So, what does it show to us that, as people we should be concerned about our responsibility? What we have to do,

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they didn't say, why aren't you believing, believe believe believe accept, accept, because if you accept will become famous, if you accept will become happy? No, they were concerned about their responsibility. Each person should be concerned about his job his responsibility.

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Also we learned that the dairy what should you do, you should convey and leave the rest of the last panel?

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Because this is what the messengers did when Marlena lol beloved movie, and the rest is up to Allah soprano. He will call you to account

Ya-Sin 13-32 Tafsir 13-17

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