Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 23 – L238C

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As-Saffat 123-182 Tafsir 139-148


AI: Summary © The transcript describes a natural disaster that occurred on a vegetable or plant, leading to the loss of people named Apollon and mistakes made by humans. The disaster caused people to believe in the prophets of Allah and become forgiving of mistakes made by their fellow avoiding consequences of their mistakes. The natural disaster also led to mistakes made by humans and made people turn to Allah to be more forgiving of mistakes made by their fellow avoiding the consequences of their mistakes.
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What in the USA? And indeed Eunice lemon l mursaleen. Surely he was also from the messengers. Allah subhanaw taala also sent us artesanato as a messenger. And Yuna started Sena. He was sent as a messenger to

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Nina v. Did the bunny Australia in the city of Nineveh, and his full name is Eunice didn't matter. Mita. Yeah.

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And the city of Nineveh, it was in present day Iraq. And he was sent in eighth century BC.

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You all are familiar with the story of units or incident when he was sent as a messenger?

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What happened? Did the people accept the people listen to him? No.

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And you know that for any person who was calling people to a particular goal,

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when that person faces rejection, how does it feel? extremely sad.

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And the more important that thing is that you're calling people to, the more important it is, the more your sadness will be. Like, for example, if you have a packet of candies, you offer it to someone, there's no, they don't take it. Do you feel bad? Yeah, you offered it, they didn't accept it. But imagine you prepared something yourself. You cooked it yourself.

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And then you offer it to someone? And he says, No, I don't want it. Do you feel that? You feel more bad? Why? Because you prepare that food yourself.

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Imagine you get a gift for someone from your hometown. And the person does not really use it properly. They don't really value it do get set? Of course you do. But imagine you are traveling, you go to another country. You search and search for something, then finally you buy it and you bring it and you bring it as a gift to them. And they don't value do you feel bad? If you worse, isn't it?

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So depending on what you're calling people to

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when they will reject if what you're calling people to is extremely important than your sadness will be more unison. So now what was he calling people to, though he

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he was calling people to unlock the panel data. He was calling him to the worship of Allah alone.

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And imagine when people did not believe when they rejected him. Obviously he was going to be sad. Obviously he was going to be upset. The previous messengers who have mentioned over here, they faced similar reaction from their nations. But did they give up?

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Did they give up? No, they didn't. They remained firm. Despite the opposition, despite the rejection, they did not give up they turn to a loss of presence on new hire, they said um, how long did you call people for 950 years, and then he didn't just get frustrated and leave but rather what did he do? He called upon a lot a new revolution, fantasy, but units on SNL. He was a messenger of a lot obviously. But after all, he was a human being.

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And everyone's temperament is different. Some people they have more Hill, other people have less him. Some people have more sub others have less, you understand, and this is simply because they are human beings. unison escena when he was rejected for so long, when the people did not accept him, he became upset and he left

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and he left them before Allah allowed him to do so. Remember, a messenger cannot leave unless Allah has commanded him which is why we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam When did you do

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this when he wanted to know he waited for the command from a loss of handle? When the command came only then he left but use RSM he became very upset with his people in that anger and that frustration. He left he walked out on them.

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And this is described elsewhere as well insulated MBA 87. A lost pounds artist says whether nguni is the hub, a Mojave one for one, Allen naka de la la and mentioned the man of the fish. Why is he called the man of the fish because he was swallowed by the fish. When he went off in anger, and he thought we would not decree anything.

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He didn't think we would be upset. He didn't think we would decrease something against him

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that we would take action against him. He never expected that. So he left his people. And when he left them, he warned them that you have three days.

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You have three days. If you turn back good for you. If you don't, you'll be finished. And I am leaving.

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And just remember that just because Uncle Sam left and Allah subhanaw taala made the whale swallow him. It doesn't mean that we disrespect

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units on the center in any way.

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Just because units artists and I'm left the fish swallowed him, it does not mean that we disrespect him in any way. Because ultimately he was a messenger of Allah. And we know that he turned to Allah and Allah accepted his repentance and he saved him and he sent him back. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also said, Maryam believed in a coal and a hydro menu and a 70 meter. It is not right for any person to say that I am better than Eunice even better.

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Although Mohammed Salah Walton and he was also a prophet, but what did he say? That don't say I am better than him? Just because he left you begin to belittle him? No, because he turned to Allah and Allah accepted his repentance is ever called lol full kill mushroom mentioned when he ran away to the leadership is what does he mean by that? We'll go Why? Because there's a great lesson in this.

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So remember, the time of his running away? And when was it that he ran? When was it that he left his people when he became furious with them because of their disbelief, and he left without instruction from a loss of time. And the word that has been used over here for running away is about our call from newsletters Hamza beckhoff, is when a slave runs away from his master

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slave escapes, leaves his master runs away from his master. When do you think a slave would leave the master.

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For example, He finds the work extremely difficult. He feels that he's being oppressed, that he's being treated unfairly. So he doesn't want to stay anymore, so he escapes. While

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he's extremely unhappy with his present state, he wants to change he doesn't want to remain as a slave anymore. Why else

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so there could be different reasons for a slave running away from his master. Our core is when a slave runs away from his master in the case when he does not even fear any threat or harm from his master. Meaning the master is so good to the slave but still the slave rental.

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It's not like the master has imposed a lot of hard work on him, or he punishes him severely. Or he has decided to sell him to someone who is extremely harsh.

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He has no such fear. But still he runs away, he leaves secretly without permission.

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And he leaves with the intention of not coming back. This is

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what does it show

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impatience on the part of the slave

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in gratitude on the part of the slave that the master is good to him.

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But still, the slave leaves and from this the word of a heart is also used for walking away from one's work.

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When a person leaves his job, responsibility, whatever work was assigned to him he just walks away. He just doesn't do it. It was assigned he just doesn't show up. It was assigned he says yes I'm gonna do it but then what happens is walks out

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so it ever caught when he ran away when he fled in a phone kill mushroom to the late and ship and mushroom from the newsletters. She in her noon Shan Shan is to load a ship, with what? cargo? Right? So on and so forth. So Alma shown the one that is fully loaded. Now imagine the ship was fully Laden, but still he

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embarked on it. When you started selling left, he did not have any solid plan as to where to go what to do. He just left in a state of anger. And usually when a person leaves in the state of anger like that, he doesn't have a solid plan. Sometimes people when they're very emotional, they say I quit. And as a quit, and when they walk out of the door, they go on to tell their families The next is like, Okay, so what am I doing now.

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So he left his work. And he reached the shore. And there he saw at the dock, there was a ship that was about to leave, and the ship was fully Laden. And he decided to embark on the ship.

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So he embarked on the ship. But remember, the ship was already fully Laden. And when there was another person, an extra person, obviously, the ship could not bearing. And it's so happened that as the ship was sailing in the middle of the scene, what happened, there was a storm or whether or not there was a storm, the ship could not continue anymore. And the people decided that they had to get rid of some stuff.

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It also said in some narrations that the people said that there is a runaway slave on this ship, who has fled from his master. And this is why we're in this trouble

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that we are surrounded

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by the storm and we cannot continue. So we have to find this runaway slave and we have to throw him off the ship.

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And you know, this is very true that when a person has done something wrong and he is in a gathering, he's in a modulus, the other people also suffer because

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you know that

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this is why the scholars of the past when they would have their majelis, they would say if anyone has cut off his relations, he has severed his relations with his relatives Leave,

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leave. Because if you're going to sit in our gathering, because of you, we will also be deprived of height.

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You understand? So the people on the ship that said there is someone who has done something wrong, he has to be thrown off the ship, only then we will be saved otherwise all of us will drown.

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Now they can just decide, okay, you've done something wrong, so we'll throw you so what did they do to be fair, they drew lots because lots. So lots of peloton says over here for asahiyama. And he drew lots for Canada mean and would have been and he was among the losers. asahiyama salmon from the roof fetters seen have been Sam, Sam is used for arrows. Sam is what arrows and sell hammer Mussa hammer is to cast lots with arrows that you're trying to figure out what to do or who to take out. So you take a bunch of arrows, you put them together, and you just take one out, and whoever's name is written on it, or whoever it belongs to that person is going to be dealt with. So for sahana he

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drew lots for kanamycin would have been he was the losers would have been, that would have been the help. The Help is everything that suffers downfall.

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Or it helps is to refute an argument.

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So an argument that somebody presented, you refute it. And so to have a last round, it says, Well, you know, Latina capital will definitely lead to the halo being held,

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that the disbelievers that argue with falsehood, so that they can refute the truth with it. You understand, so much help. This is isn't my rule, who is withheld one who has been refuted, one who has been thrown down, one who has been brought down from his position. So if Academy then would have been he was of those who are rejected, meaning use of the losers he lost. And when he lost what happened, it was decided that he should be thrown off the ship into the sea.

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It is said that use artists around he lost the draw three times. Three times he lost the draw. The first time his name was drawn, the people said he's a good man.

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He's a righteous man. He's a pious man. Because remember, prophets were known for their goodness for their piety, their good character, their good morals, everybody was familiar with them. And even if they didn't know their background, even if the people were unfamiliar with the background of the messengers, their personality itself showed that they were good people. Like the prophets are a lot of someone who went to a fight, and he was revolts from there and he took refuge in that garden and that slave that Christian slave brought some grapes to him. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, and he said, Bismillah and he did. That man knew there was something special about him.

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He didn't know he was a prophet of Allah. He didn't know he claimed to be a prophet even. He didn't know he was from Makkah, and he was known as Sadiq and Ameen and he was of the creation he was so and so he had no idea, but just because of the way the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, and he ate and he said Bismillah he knew this is not someone ordinary.

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So unicyclists around as well. When his name came up, people said he's a good man, we come through him, he couldn't have done anything wrong. This is you know, something when drunk. So again, the juillet and again, his name came still there refused to throw him the third time his name came and said, Okay, now we have to throw Academy on with a heli. So what happened that threw him into the sea, final Tacoma, who will shoot then the fish swallowed him wahoo emmalin why he was blameworthy. For Tacoma, who lamb cough me lucky is to swallow something, to devour something to take something in one bite. You know, what is that you bite it into pieces, you chew it. But the other is that you

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just swallow it whole. This is what it means. So fall, takoma hold. The fish swallowed him all.

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You understand, and this fish must have been a huge gigantic fish. Perhaps it was a whale and who it is that it's used for fish, but the word may also apply to a whale fell document.

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And if you may have seen in some pictures, how a whale does opens its mouth and just keep swimming. And so many fish just, you know are swallowed in by that whale. So allow our

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How he also ended up in the mouth of that fish that huge, massive, gigantic fish, because Docomo will shoot wahama leave and he was blameworthy, Madame langwell mean Low, low Mr. Report someone when they have done something wrong, so maleme one who is blameworthy one who was guilty?

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So, he was guilty. Why? Because he had left his people without almost permission. He had gone to the sea, he had embarked the ship all without unless permission.

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What does it show to us?

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What's the lesson in this for us?

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That no matter what a person's status is, if he disobeys a lot, there will be consequences.

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Because sometimes we think it's okay, doesn't matter. And we think, but my situation is different. I am in a very difficult situation. nobody's listening to me. Therefore, I exempt myself from doing this or I allow myself to do this.

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Remember, that we are no one's to allow ourselves to go against the commands of Allah soprano.

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To make exceptions for ourselves know

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the authority belongs to who? To Allah subhanaw taala and we are His slaves for Docomo to wahoo emmalin

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falola. So had it not been unknown, that indeed he can I mean, it must have been he was of those who exalt Allah, Mr. Behave, Florida must be

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if it was not that he was of those who glorify a lot, who prays a lot. The levita surely he remained fee but when he in its belly in a yummy bar soon, until the Day they are resurrected, levita law lamp VESA Labs is to remain somewhere for a long time to remain somewhere and not leave. So he would have remained in the belly of the fish until the day people are resurrected meaning until the day of judgment. What does he mean by that, that he would have died over there, he would have become a part of the body of the fish.

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The fish would have consumed him

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melebihi Bhavani al Mubarak soon until the Day of Resurrection, what do we see over here something very, very important.

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That if it was not that he was of those who are must have been, he would have remained in the belly of the fish.

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So what is it that became a means of His coming out of the fish?

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His the speech, his glorifying a loss of power.

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We learned sort of ambia 8788 Fernanda fils luminati Allah ilaha illa Anta

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Suba Hannukah in the consuming overly me, that he called out from within the darknesses imagine the darkness of the belly of the fish, and in the darkness of the sea, and perhaps the darkness of the night, a low Artem Fernandez. litemax mad and he said, Allah ilaha illa Anta that there is no god except you Allah Subhana Allah Exalted are You in nickel aluminum foil me? Indeed. I have been of those who are wrong. It's my fault. It's my mistake. I am guilty. unison has a he was a devout worshiper.

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He was a slave of Allah. He was a devout worshipper. And he called people to Allah.

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And when he was angry with his people he left.

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But when he realized that he should not have done that, what did he do? He turned to him. He immediately turned in repentance, seeking forgiveness, humbling himself, acknowledging his shortcoming and glorifying Allah soprano. He Glorified Allah He praised a light at the speed that Allah perfect Are you Exalted are You You don't deserve any disobedience? It's my fault. If I went against your command, it's my fault. And this is a solution to grief. That when a person is suffering from some sorrow from grief, what should he do? What should he do? He should do the speech. Just imagine the sadness that he must have been experiencing? The loneliness, the fear, the

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Have you ever been caught after doing something wrong?

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Have you?

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Have you? Sure? How do you feel at that time horrible, extremely angry with yourself.

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You become so upset with yourself that you don't want to see yourself even. You don't want to know yourself either. So just imagine the sorrow, the grief, the guilt, the anger that you must have been experiencing against himself. And at that state, what did he do he exalted almost, this is a solution degree because alambic relay duck might include it with a decoder of a lot of the hearts find peace. And he Glorified Allah, that Allah you are high and above everything else. I am at fault.

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And Allah subhanaw taala responded to his prayer. And he saved and he rescued him, he took him out to the belly of the fish. Just imagine, once a whale of fish swallows something.

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What does it mean very soon the digestive enzymes in the body of the fish are going to cause to disintegrate, whatever is inside.

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It's going to cause it to finish. It's going to cause it to dissolve. So you can imagine how he must have been suffocating in there, how much it must smell, people see fish and they turn away because the smell of the fish just turns them off. Now imagine the place where he was imagined his fears. Imagine what he must have been thinking if I die in this state. My lord is angry with me.

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Just imagine, and that state he turned to Allah, and he did this.

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And when he turned to Allah, Allah accepted his repentance. He heard as

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you see, there are two people who made the right to Allah sc.

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One is Eunice Ernestina and the others that are later on also made the right to Allah at sea when he was about to die. When he was about to drown when he was about to be finished. He turned to Allah. And he said, I believe in Allah, the God of Bani Israel, right. But the draw of unicyclist center accepted and the belief of Iran rejected. Why? Because Eunice is I'm used to call upon Allah even from before

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and for our own Did he ever call upon a lot before? No, he didn't.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, remember a lot during times of ease, and he will remember you during times of difficulty.

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Remember a lot during times of ease, and he will remember you at times of difficulty. So when a person continues to remember Allah, even when he makes a major mistake, and he falls down and he slips any years, when he turns to Allah, his door is hurt. His stoma is accepted.

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But when a person hardy members Allah hardly ever talks to him,

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rarely ever makes Torah, then what happens? Even when he's made a very small mistake. Then when he makes Torah, he keeps turning, he feels as though there is no response and he says, Where is God? People wonder that where is a lot where are you?

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From Hades we learned that when it occurred to us or incident to call upon Allah in these words, when he was in the belly of the great fish. He said, Let Illa illa Anta Subhana Allah in the consuming of barley, me, and this call went and hovered around the throne of Allah.

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These words, because remember, we learned earlier, la Yes, are those killing up, right? The Kalamata year, they ascend up to Allah. So it went and hovered around the throne. And the angel said, Oh, Lord, this is the voice of one who is weak, but known in a faraway strange land. It's weak, coming from very far, but it's well known. It's very familiar. And the last panel died. I said, How do you know this? They said, Oh, Lord, who is he? And Allah subhana wa tada said, My servants Eunice, and they said, Your servant Yunus, from whom they are kept coming, acceptable deeds, and supplications, which were answered

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unist artists around from whom so many good deeds came so many words gave meaning he turned to you, he performed so many good deeds. They said, Oh, Lord, will you not have mercy on him for what he did during his time of ease, and save him from this trial and tribulation?

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The angels, they intercede? And he said, of course, so he commanded the great fish and it cost him forth on the shore.

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Had it not been that he was have the muscle pain in the belly of the fish and even before

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he was have the muscle pain in the belly of the fish, and even before he was almost up there, even before he used to praise Allah, Glorified Allah worship Allah, which is why when he was a difficult and he called upon Allah, his dog was accepted.

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Hello, Lola and can Amina Mousavi hain lovey Sophie Bocconi he Illa Yomi yuvaraj soon. What do we learn from this?

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I don't know what situation we might be in. You never know what type of darkness you might be in, whether it's spiritual darkness, or even if it's physical darkness, always remember at that time, start doing the speak, everything becomes fine. And there's also another heady the gist of which is that people who constantly make dhara or constitute the speed that their voices are known in the heavens. And then when an unknown voice comes in the heavens, angels say to themselves, who is this person? We've never heard it before. We've never heard this person's voice before. But when the other person they make the angel say, you know, we know this person and they make the offer that

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So it's so important that we do this we we make the right that we constantly remember left.

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After matching no holidays, and after mentioning everyone is now he mentioned him, because when you are sincere in your near to work,

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you also might not save, you do make mistakes. So there is an inspiration for us that if we do make mistake over

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and never leave your work, exactly, never leave your work and turn to a loss. So we learned from this, that this B is of great benefit to people. It's a means of removing grief. And it is also a means of averting trials and tribulation calamities. What is

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what is this B is glorifying.

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Because when a person glorifies Allah, then what happens? Allah becomes happy. Because he's being exalted. He's being glorified. When a person in Salah he says and hamdulillahi Rabbil alameen erwachsenen Rahim medica with Dean a lot depends on the response that my servant has glorified me. My servant has praised me My servant has exalted me Allah becomes happy. So it's a means of earning a less pleasure. And when you have made Allah happy, then your grief will go your sorrow will go your calamity the difficulty the trial that you're experiencing that.

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And sometimes we are overcome by our emotions, we're not thinking properly. We're overcome by the situation we forget what the rule is. So mistakes happen. But what's the solution? Keep turning to Allah keep doing it. Keep doing the speed. C'est la Ilaha. illa Anta supernova in nickel and diming me and you know, when you're doing something good, and you lose that opportunity.

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Like Imagine you're doing something good and all of a sudden, it's taken away from you. You cannot do it anymore. You feel bad? Of course you do. So at that time again, La ilaha illa anticipo Monica and Nico intimin avoid me I have done something wrong, that this opportunity was taken away from me to still feel it was taken away from me. It's my fault or my you are exalted. You can give it back to me you can give me something else. La ilaha illa Anta sapan aka in the continental Valley, me. So we learned from this that this beer is a great benefit to people. It is a means of removing grief and it's also a means of averting calamities. And also we learned from this that making the raw is

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beneficial in every circumstance. No matter what situation a person may be in when he turns to Allah, it is of great benefit to him.

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If a person is in good times, and he remembers Allah, He makes her out to Allah, this will benefit him when, in difficult times. And no matter what difficulty a person may be in, he should never ever despair.

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You see, imagine he's in the belly of the fish. If any person is in the belly of the fish, he would think I'm done. I'm finished. Like the bunny Israel said.

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That inanimate raccoon, that's it, we're finished. We're going to be overtaken. But no matter what situation you're in, don't despair of health from Allah.

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Don't despair of mercy from love forgiveness from Allah. And the more you can you have,

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the more positive response you will receive from Allah because what is the last guy to say I am as my servant thinks I am.

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So, no matter what stage a person has reached, no matter what you're suffering from, never despair of Allah's mercy.

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So what happened phenibut now hoobler law then we threw him onto the open shore where who was sucky and why he was ill forever now who never never that is to throw to her.

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So we flung him out from where out of the belly of the fish and where did he end up bill era at the open shore. Allah is from there Who says I enrol well, where I enjoy yet

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and Otto literally means to be barren to be naked. Instead of haha i 118

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at the Madison I was told that in Atlanta, Georgia, well after that, in general, you will not experience any hunger while at all and you will not experience any nakedness either there are a lot from same route.

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So Allah is to be better. And Allah when used for land, it is such land which is completely barren. There is nothing on it that you could hide under or you could cover yourself with. So there is no rock, there is no tree, there is no building. And Allah is also used for a small desert.

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Now you can imagine this as a beach, the shore of the sea. What do you have over there? Nothing. Only

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And the farther you go away from the water, then you find trees and you find things that you can hide under you can protect yourself under. So fun about now when we throw him onto the barren land onto the face of the earth to shore, what was the theme while he was here? He was unwell. He was unwell. Why was he unwell?

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Because he had been in the belly of the fish for however long, but still, you go into the sea, you get seasick. Imagine you go underwater, in the belly of the fish, smelling all of that stuff and seeing all of that stuff. And as I mentioned you the digestive enzymes in the belly of the fish, they must have affected him. So what was shocking he was ill. And just imagine this was there are no plants, no trees, no buildings, no people, nothing. But what happened unless the panel tried to help him, he provided for him. What unmet needs are Lee and we cause to grow over him sheduled often a tree may complain of God.

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Allah subhanaw taala cause to grow on him shujaa why to grow on him to cure him to nourish him to shed him. Because remember, when you're ill you're unable to move about. It's difficult for you to even move when you're exhausted just want to lie down.

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And sometimes in the state of illness, a person is unconscious. He is hungry. He needs medicine. So Allah subhanaw taala provided all these for him. Pure nourishment and shade. How that he goes to grow on him. shedule attend many of the cleaners on the roof that was off by noon. And he clean literally is used for a plant that does not have a trunk.

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Plants trees, how do they grow upwards? And what do they grow on? What's the main thing? The trunk? The stem?

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So you're clean is the tree a plant that does not have a trunk?

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And has an overseer McArdle they said that it's a tree that has no trunk and its vine spreads on the ground. So what is it basically, it's a vine. It doesn't grow upwards, but rather it spreads on the ground, and it dies in the winter.

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So for example, if you've ever seen a pumpkin vine, or cucumber, zucchini, all of these plants, how they grow, they spread on the ground, especially zucchini. I'm sure most of you have seen that.

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So this is yes. So what unbuttoned are they you shed a lot of money.

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And some say that in particular, it's gourd squash. And this was something that the profits of Alison liked as well.

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So what am badnera Allah He shed a lot to me, I think if you think about it, it could have been any other tree, any other plant, but Allah chose your clean. Why? Because he was unwell, he was so clean, he must be having some skin irritation, at least being exposed to all that saltwater, his skin must have been irritated. So a lot of this vegetable or this plant, it has some medicinal benefits for the skin. So I'm not naturally he sheds a lot on me.

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And remember, it has big leads.

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If you ever seen a plant now go and Google the images and see for yourself the leaves of the gourd vine, or squash. The leaves are huge. So they were also a means of providing shade for him.

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And then he recovered. And when he recovered, what else and now who he let me at the elephant? Oh yes, he do. And we sent him to a people of 100,000 or more. He was sent back to his nation, the people of Nineveh from where he had left from where he fled. And these people how many were they a number may at the elfin. They were a community of 100,000 Oh, he is either one or they increase meaning or the people they add a few more to that.

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Why is it mentioned in this way? May at the elephant Oh, is he doing 100,000? Or a bit more? Why? Because it's not the way of a las panatela to say 100,000 55,432 but rather it's mentioned in big figures main figures so slightly more than 100,000 for amanu so they believe them from a Turner home either hain, and we gave them enjoyment for a time. When he returned. They believed in him. Why did they believe in Him? Because it is said that when you started saddam left his people before time the punishment was averted.

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And when he left he warned his people that you have three days

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and those people they took that warning seriously

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So when you start instead of left, the people got afraid that said we're finished. The punishment is going to come upon us. He has warned us and he has left. We can find him anyway. So he was repenting in the belly of the fish and the people were venting back home. Everybody was doing over, and as a result what happened? The punishment was diverted from the people, and Eunice Ellison was also saved from the belly of the fish. Instead of Eunice 98 we learned falola can add Korea to eminence vinifera her email to her Illa coma, Eunice lemma Amano cashner, on whom either but his even higher to dunia will matter now whom Illa he then there has not been a single city that believes so it's

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faith benefited it except the people of unit sorry. How that when they believed we remove from them the punishment of disgrace and worldly life and gave them enjoyment for a time, like a loss parameter that says over here from a turn at home in our hand, they believe and then we let them enjoy for a time meaning the punishment was not sent upon them.

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And they live their lives and each person died has individual death.

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Whereas if the punishment were to come upon them they were to be finished in three days. But when they believe from aterna home Illa hain we let them enjoy for a time.

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Can we listen to the recitation?

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Well in

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a minute.

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we are

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One thing that we learned from this incident of neuroscience is that the prophets of Allah, they have a great status but after all, who are they human beings and as a result of being human beings, they also

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third, they also made mistakes.

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But remember that the mistakes of the messengers, the mistakes of the prophets of Allah, they are different from the mistakes of ordinary people. What does it mean by that?

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That ordinary people when they make mistakes, sometimes they lie. Sometimes they do Fianna sometimes they do other wrong things that are extremely terrible, but a messenger of Allah, He would never lie he would never do he Anna because the messengers have a lot what has been their quality of Amana, and upset.

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But this is true, that as human beings, they were prone to making mistakes. And this incident is an evidence of that. And in the Quran also, we learn for instance, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has been told insolent Mohammed Ayah 19 was still fairly dumb because what it would mean to seek forgiveness for your sin, and also for the believing men and believing women. Instead of saturated the beginning of last count Allah says enough additional as a veteran woovina Leah fill Allah collagen that caught the woman's Ambika will matter

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that Allah forgive for you, your sin, the one that you've already done, and the one that you may do in the future. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he did is too far so many times in a day, he would make our Allahumma fiddly mark on them to him or her to him at a saltwater island to so many versions of his default. So what does it show that the prophets of Allah after all, who are they human beings?

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And because of that, they did make mistakes. But what's the difference? They never persisted on their mistakes. They always turn to Allah and Allah forgive them.

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They always turn to Allah like us artists and when he made a mistake, what did he do? He turned to Allah immediately. And what did he do? He accepted his repentance. He forgave him.

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The prophet SAW a lot of sinner when he did something that was inappropriate, such as making honey unlawful

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for himself, a loss of panel data revealed to him that they were to have the MoMA halala hulak. Why do you make unlawful? What Allah has made lawful for you? So then he broke his oath and he continued to have honey. So, the prophets of Allah yesterday make mistakes. However, those mistakes, were not at the same level as the rest of the people commit them. And they never persisted on their mistakes.

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And this is a great lesson for us as well. That first of all, we should try our best to not disobey and lots of problems or not do mistakes. And if out of being human, we do something wrong, what's the lesson we follow the footsteps of the messengers and don't persist on the mistakes, but rather return to Allah seeking His forgiveness. acknowledging our mistake.