Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 26 – L262C

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Al-Ahqaf 21-35 Tafsir 29-32

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Are we let him initiate long overdue Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim

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lesson number 262. So total cough will begin from number 29.

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What is softner la kenaf amin el Genie and mentioned when we directed to you a few of the jinn,

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a group of jinn we sent them to you Why, yes the mere owner and listening to the Quran Phelim Hubbard Whoo hoo. And when they attended it, meaning when they attended its recitation, and they were listening to the Quran, what did they say? ALU honestly, two, they said, Listen quietly, don't speak right now, listen quietly, so that you can understand what is being recited

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and then follow michaelia and when it was concluded, meaning when the recitation was over, not halfway through, not before it was concluded, but when the recitation was concluded, then what happened? Well, lo, then they went back, and where did they go? Either COVID him to their people, y one z zerene as Warner's.

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So whatever they heard, immediately, they went to their people, and they inform them of what they had heard. And they warned their people as well.

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And how did they want them? All they said Jaco mana or our people in Sameer Nikita been indeed we have heard a book we have heard a revealed scripture. And this scripture it was only Lombardi Moosa it was sent down after Musashi Salah.

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And this book Masada Lima, Albania, D, it confirms that which is before it, meaning it confirms whatever scriptures were revealed before it, it doesn't contradict them. And what is it do? Ye D Ll help be a guides to the truth, what elaborate a muster game and to Australia.

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We see over here, that a group of jinn are mentioned

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that a group of jinn what happened they came across the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. They were sent by a law sort of net illega. And they listen to the recitation of the problem.

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And then after listening, what did they do? They went into other people, immediately.

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softner is from the roof letters sawed off from the word soft

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and soft is to turn away and sort of Ella is to turn to words something or someone.

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So sort of now we turned who a group of Jin elago to you? Why, so that they also come to know of what the Quran says, of the message that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had brought.

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And what group was this? Allah subhanaw taala describes it as natural mineral Genie.

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The word natural is from the root letter is known for enough what is used for a group of men only. It's a group that is only a regional meaning there's not even a single woman in it.

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And it's used for such a group that is numbered between three and 10.

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So the number is basically less than 10. And these gene how many were they It is said that they were around seven to nine in number.

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So Neff, Amina Jeannie.

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And what did they do? When Allah subhanaw taala directed them do the recitation of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? Yes, the meruna and they listen attentively to the Quran.

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Fellow Maha Babu and when they attended it Hello from the newsletters held Audra Hadar is to appear somewhere to be present somewhere.

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Just like we go and attend a class we go and attend groups This is what Hello, attendance.

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So when they attended it, meaning when they were in the presence of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as he was reciting the Quran,

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when they attended the recitation of the Quran when they were listening to it, how did they listen, follow answer to they said listen quietly. Don't make noise.

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answer to some newsletters, noon thought

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and in thought is to listen quietly and attentively.

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When is this possible? When a person is present, and present, not just physically, but also with his mind and heart? Because sometimes it happens that a person is physically present at a place but his mind and artists elsewhere, and when his mind and art is elsewhere, is he able to pay it down?

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what is being said? No, he's not, he's not able to understand it, he's not able to retain it.

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So they said, honestly, to listen attentively, don't speak, don't talk. Because if you talk, you won't be able to hear, don't make any kind of noise, don't distract one another, rather listen attentively.

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Because they understood that what was being recited was something special.

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They understood that it was very meaningful, it was very special. So they had to be silent in order to listen to it attentively.

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And you see over here, they're telling each other, the Djinn Who are they telling one another to be silent? What do we think that is the responsibility of the recital, or the teacher or somebody else. But we see that they said to one another, be silent, listen attentively,

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and then follow my coda when it was concluded, meaning when the recitation was over, when it was finished, not before, when Lo, in a coma him Missouri, they went back to their people, as warriors.

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So we see that they were going along the way and Allah subhanaw taala directed their attention to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And they heard the Quran only once, only once. But they understood what the Quran is, what the message of the Quran is, and what is to be done during its listening and what is to be done after listening to the

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What do they understand

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that this Quran is something special, they recognized it.

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And as the Quran was being recited, they knew that they had to listen attentively, silently, quietly.

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And when they heard, what did they do? Well, in a coma him Monday, they immediately went back to their people and warn them.

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Why is this so? Because it touched their hearts. It touched them, it affected them.

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And it's not possible that something has affected you deeply. And you don't share it with others. Know, when something has affected you, then you cannot remain silent. You cannot keep it to yourself. You're itching to tell someone isn't it?

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It's only natural. When something good happens. When you find out about something interesting. Immediately you go and share that information with someone especially those who are closest to you.

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So while in a coma him wondering who is the count the people whom he belongs to whom he is related with whom he lives amongst.

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So well now either call me humans in

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Gulu, they said Jaco mana or our people, meaning the jinn, they address their nation. They address the rest of the jinn. And they said in Sameera Nikita urban, indeed we have heard a book

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and this book meaning the Quran owns the Lombardi Moosa. It was sent down after musar lesson.

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Which book was given to Masada, Santa, the Torah, and they say that this book, meaning the Quran has been sent down after the Torah, not tell me something Was there another book that was sent down after the dollar? Which one in G. Similarly, the Buddha lesson what was even the Buddha. So we see over here on Zilla mimbar, the Moosa they don't mention in jail or the Buddha, but what do they mention? Just the Torah? And then the Quran? Why is this so?

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Different reasons have been given. Some have said that these didn't, their religion was actually who they were. They were Jewish.

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So they were Jewish, they were followers of musasa. And when they heard the Koran, they believed in it.

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What does it show to us that even jinn have been their followers of different faiths, different religions? Secondly, it is also said that it's quite possible they didn't know of NGO.

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It's quite possible they didn't know about NGO, and besides the very Israel when they were given this a Buddha and the NGO even still which law were they supposed to follow? The Torah Injeel is what admonition advice right? And what is the

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praises of Allah subhanaw taala.

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So the law that they were required to follow was still what the law that was in the tower.

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So over here on z, Lombardi Moosa, meaning what they mean by the book is the law, the legislation that was given into law and now it has come again in the

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And this Quran is masataka Lima, Albania de it confirms that which is before it, meaning whatever books that were revealed before it confirms that it doesn't contradict them.

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And what does this Quran do? Yeah, the LL healthy, it guides to the truth will elaborate a mystery and to the stripper.

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So they heard the Quran only once. And they understood the message of it.

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That what is this book? What is its purpose? And what does this book do?

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That this book, it has law, this book, it guides to the truth. And this book, it guides to the straight path.

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It confirms that which is before they understood the Quran, what it is all about how, by listening to it, just once, just once.

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And the fact is that if a person hears the Quran, even once with full attention, the message of the Quran is very clear.

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You don't have to read cover to cover, you don't need to do that. Even one passage is enough. One part is enough, provided that a person has listened to it attentively.

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It is sufficient.

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Just recently, somebody sent me a video of God that he was somewhere in Africa. And there was a tribe of people to whom you know, he was during our two day became Muslim as well. And these people did not speak Arabic did not speak English did not understand any language. So he recited the Quran to them.

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And then he recited something else but in the same way that you recite the Quran. And the man who was listening he was able to distinguish that what you recited first, that is special that is different. That has to be the word of Allah.

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Because the Quran is such that you listen to it, even if you don't fully comprehend it, you know, it's something different.

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And when you listen to the Quran, even once even one passage, one verse, even one section one surah, it is enough to give you the message, but what's necessary and say to Yes, the marine Al Quran that is necessary. So they heard it only once, but they got the gist of it. They didn't know all the laws, but they figured out what the purpose of the Quran is, what the Quran does.

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And what did they say, yeah, Komara or our people or gee Buddha, Allah, he respond to the Messenger of Allah.

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When they went back to the other jinn, as foreigners, they said to them, ijebu respond that we have believed you also respond to the color of Allah.

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What does it mean by responding to the diary of Allah?

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believing in what he's telling you to believe in? Accept faith?

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And who is the diary of Allah referring to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam?

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There is literally one who calls.

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So they call the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they're a Allah, because he was sent to call people as well as gene to Allah. Isn't it so?

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Well said NACA Allah, Ramadan, lalala, amin and alameen includes both men and Jin

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amin OBE, and also believe in Him, believe in who

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believe in the messenger. respond to him, do what he's telling you to do. And also believe in the messenger.

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Because when you will do that yourself illa comenzando become, he will forgive for you of your sins, the sins that you have committed, your Lord will forgive them when you did come and he will protect you. He will save you he will shelter you men are there been a lien from a painful punishment.

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If you respond to the one who calls to align believe in Him, Allah will forgive you your previous sense and he will also save you from a very painful punishment in the hereafter.

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You did come from newsletters gene Well, the word job is from the same root who is a job neighbor

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and a Java yujiro is to shelter someone protect someone grant them asylum, because a neighbor is also expected to protect his neighbor support his neighbor.

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So while you did come in, are they having a name he will protect you from a painful punishment. And this is also a slight warning.

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One Mullah Mujibur Daria Allah He and he who does not respond to the color of Allah.

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He who does not believe in the messenger, then, in fact Who is he denying Allah and when he is denying Allah then

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filets a bit more edges in front only, then he cannot cause failure in the earth, meaning he cannot cause failure to Allah anywhere in the earth he cannot escape Allah anywhere in the year.

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He is within a loss of penalties reach a law can punish him, he can grasp him. Felisa be mortgages and fill early, when a seller humann dooney earlier, and he will not have besides Allah, any helpers, to ward off the punishment of Allah from him, Allah ecoffee bedelia mubin those they are interior.

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So when a person does not respond to the diary of Allah, in fact, he's not responding to Allah.

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And the jinn warn other jinn that such a slave he cannot defeat Allah either.

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Now, what is this incident? When did this take place? And why is it being mentioned over here?

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At the beginning of the sword I mentioned to you that the sooner it tells us about the way of those who submit those who obey those who accept, and on the other hand, those who reject those who disobey Allah.

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Previously, we learnt about the example of the people of ads, that how the message was given to them clearly, that who there is an ATM, he warned them with a coffee in their dwellings where they used to live openly, clearly. But they did not benefit from that warning.

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Rather, they became arrogant, and they challenge the messenger to bring the punishment.

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Over here we see that the jinn they were not directly called. But what happened when they came across the truth. Immediately, they submitted immediately, they accepted and they passed on the message to others as well.

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We see that the machine of Makkah, their attitude is also mentioned over here indirectly in the surah. Because what was their reaction to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam of constant rejection of constant denial.

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And we see that when they were continuously denying the Prophet sallallahu wasallam Where did he go? He went to the people of afife. Why, in order to spread the message over there as well, in order to invite them to the message of Allah subhanaw taala as well.

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And what happened at f5? Did the people accept? No, they didn't accept they refused.

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So the profits are the largest alum on his way back from Cardiff to Makkah. We learn that he stopped at a place which is known as Butlin, Nala.

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He stopped at a place over there, but and it is said that it was the time of either Asia tahajjud or fetish.

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And in the Salah, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was reading the Quran out loud.

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How was he reciting?

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Out Loud? With Salah was it either it was Russia, or it was legit or it was the hedges.

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And as he was reciting the Quran out loud, a group of these Jin, they were passing by.

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They were passing by, and a loss of panel data set off not illegal. He directed their attention to the recitation of the Quran.

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And they were attracted by the recitation of the Quran pull towards it.

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So what happened, they were passing by, they heard the recitation, they stopped in order to listen to them.

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And when they heard the Quran, they heard attentively and when they heard attentively, they got the message. When they got the message, they went and passed on the message to others as well.

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Now, what's the purpose of mentioning this over here?

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The purpose is to reassure the messenger sallallahu Sunnah,

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that on the one hand, where one group is rejecting you, opposing you disbelieving in you, whether it is a people of Makkah, or it is a people of authority, if there is still another group who is accepting the message.

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those to whom you are directly conveying, okay, they're not believing. But whatever is done with sincerity is never ever wasted.

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You're calling people to Allah directly. They don't listen. It's okay. Even when you're not calling people to Allah, there are still people who will listen to you.

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Because we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam over here when he was reciting the Quran, was he reciting it for the purpose of Dawa? No, he was reciting it in Salah.

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But what do we see that when a person does something with sincerity, Allah does not waste his efforts.

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He does not waste his efforts at all. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam went all the way from Makkah to life. And have you ever traveled from Makkah to five? Where is the five? It's within mountains, isn't it? And the trip from Makkah to a five is also not exactly the safest. You come across so many monkeys on the way, a low Arnhem if they were there at that time. But it's not exactly the safest trip. Besides it's mountainous. And on top of that, a tie was a little cold.

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So imagine he went all the way from Makkah to five, and what reaction does he get from the people over there, off rejection,

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severe opposition, and he was as though humiliated.

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But we see that when a person does something with sincerity, Allah does not let his efforts go waste.

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On his way back, he's going back to imagine how sad he must have been feeling. And he's reciting the Quran. And as he's reciting the Quran, he doesn't know who's listening. He doesn't know who's benefiting. And there is a group of jinn, whom he cannot even see. And what happens. They listen, they believe, and look at and they go and become Warner's.

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So you don't know when, where Allah will accept your efforts, do your best in whatever that you do. Do it with sincerity, even if you don't see the results.

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And if you don't see the results, don't give up. It's quite possible you do something you don't see the results. But just because you don't see the results doesn't mean you stop, keep doing it. Be hopeful. And Allah will put Baraka in your efforts. Like we see that musala Salah when he went to the people of their own, in the quarter for their own the manner or their fit our own hammann qarun he's delivering the message did they believe they didn't believe but who believed Roger mcminn isn't itself, he believed.

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Similarly, we learned and saw the scene about those messengers who were sent to Korea. And what happened, the people didn't believe, but was an axon Medina theologian.

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From afar of distance, there came a man running, you didn't hear the message directly from the messengers. But when he heard of it, he believed he accepted.

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So never, ever think that if you do something for the sake of Allah, it has brought no benefit to you.

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Or it has produced no result, you might not see the result, you might not see it. But remember, if you've done it with sincerity, Allah will put balk at your efforts. For example, it's quite possible. you plant a tree, in your house in your backyard, and it happens to be a fruit tree. It was too small, as long as you were there, it didn't bear any fruit you didn't benefit. But when you have gone, somebody else is now living over there. They're enjoying the fruit.

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You never get to enjoy it. But you put in the effort, you took care, you spent the money you put in the effort somebody else has benefiting,

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isn't it?

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So same thing with the dean, when you do something for Allah never think it's a useless effort,

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even if you don't see the result.

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So on the way back from a drive to Makkah, this is when this incident took place. And these gin, they heard the Quran, and they also passed it on. And we also see over here that this sorta sort of the half is one of the last sutras to be revealed in the makan era because the incident of a five took place at a very late stage isn't.

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And it was during around this time that the children had passed away boudhanath had passed away, and the incident of a five took place. And the journey of an Islamic Raj was also during this time. And still the Michigan omaka were not believing their opposition was only intensify. And then eventually the commander of Hitler came. And then after this surah begins a group of Medina soldiers.

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So we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is reassured over here through revelation that he has 13 years have passed by 13 years.

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From these people, yes, many have not believed. In fact, most have not believed the situation does not seem to have improved. You might feel as though your efforts are not bringing any benefit. However, there are those who are benefiting from your efforts.

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If it's not people, there are Jin, people don't respond to you. They don't listen to

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They don't believe there is a group of the creation of Allah who is listening to the Quran who is benefiting? You understand? Because when you don't see any results, do you get demoralized? Of course, you get depressed you get upset you feel as though your efforts are useless. Maybe you're not sincere, but in this is a great reassurance for the prophets on a lot of second

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that what is sought off net alayka and therefore, Amina Jean, Jean are listening to you.

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And we see that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was not aware of this, that they were just listening to him at that time, he was informed of this incident How? Through revelation through worry.

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And we should also have firm conviction in the mercy of Allah soprano data that he is compassionate, He is merciful, that you do something with sincerity. Allah will put both okay in your effort.

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And so through the example of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, we are also being taught a big lesson. Now, we see that the jinn after they heard the Quran, they went back to their people, isn't it? And what did they do wallow? Illa call me him. Monday, they became owners. And we see that because of this. There were many other gene also who became believers. There were many other gene who became believers from among people, many weren't believing. But we see that from among the jinn. Many were believing.

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And we see that there are many studies that have been reported, which tells us that there were at least six delegations of jinn, who visited the Prophet sallallahu Sallam while he was still in Mecca.

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Meaning there were at least six encounters with the jinn. One was this. And later on after this incident, many times the jinn came to him, or the jinn called him, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also taught them. For example, we learned from some Muslim that Abdullah bin was rude he related that one day the Prophet sallallahu Sallam remained missing from Makkah for the whole night.

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Imagine the Sahaba didn't know where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was the entire night.

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And we could not know his whereabouts and we feared that he might have been attacked by someone, because obviously the situation in Morocco was not that favorable. So However, they were extremely worried. Early in the morning, we saw him coming from the direction of heroin. And when we asked him, he said that a gin had come to invite him, and he had accompanied him and recited the Quran to a gathering of digit.

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So this was the first incident that's mentioned over here, but afterwards what happened, Jin would come to Him, they would also call him and he would go and recite the Quran to them, he would also teach them both things happen. And we should not find this extremely strange because Allah subhanaw taala says woman Hala Dolgin while in a lallier widow who is mentioned First, the deen right. It is also their purpose of life to worship Allah subhana wa Tada. So when that is their purpose of life, Allah has also sent guidance for them. And the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was not just a profit for people, but also for Jean woman, also NACA Illa, Ramadan, Lila alameen.

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We also learned from another incident that of the lebon was he related saying that once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked his companions in Makkah, as to which of them would accompany him that night to meet the gym?

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So I'm gonna see what he said, I became ready to go with him.

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And then at a place in the upper quarters of Makkah, a higher part of Makkah, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he drew a line on the ground, and he told me to not cross it. So he said, beyond this point, you don't come along with me. But stop here don't come beyond this point.

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And then he went forward and stood. And he began to recite the Quran.

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And I saw that a number of people had gathered around him and they stood between me and him, and he only he could figure out there were some people there. There was something over there, between him and the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but he was not allowed to cross that line and see what exactly was going on.

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So we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he also dot the gin, the gin also believe, they also learn, they also like to listen to the Quran, those of them who have faith

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and what is mentioned in these ayat there are many things that we can learn from the jinn.

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Because you see a believer, he always looks at different situations and he thinks, what can I learn from this?

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If Allah subhanaw taala liked the way of the gene so much that he has mentioned it in the Quran.

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Then it shows that there is something worth paying attention to, isn't

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there something they did which Allah like about which is why he revealed this in the Quran?

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So we must reflect on this incident and see what can we learn? They were also listeners, they were also learners. They were also students of the profits on a lot of send them in a way.

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So what did they do? And what can we learn from their example? So, we listen to the I at once I want you to pay attention, and then inshallah we will discuss as to what we can learn from the example of

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So what did you notice? What did you learn from the example

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that we see that these Jin they were given the opportunity to listen to the Quran that Allah gave them that offer you what is sort of net ilica they were just passing by. And the profits are a lot of sun was also just passing by he was traveling, isn't it? So? Now what are the odds do people traveling through the desert, they come across one another? What are the odds? Very rare.

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But we see that they happen to pass by at a time when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was reciting the Quran. What is sort of near ilica. So this was a gift of a love for them.

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So when a person is seeking out for the truth, then Allah also gives him the opportunity.

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And when he's given the opportunity, what should he do? He should avail it.

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Sometimes what happens? We find out there is you know, a class going on. We find out there is a lecture we find out something is going on that we can learn from. But what do we think I know already? I don't need to know I don't need to listen, isn't it? This is what we think sometimes. But this thinking is incorrect. We should always be eager to learn more.

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You hear a new speaker? Why'd you just judge? You know somebody else? Why bother listening to them? Know, you have the opportunity allows giving you the time, take advantage. You might learn something extremely beneficial.

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If we're listening to something important, then we should not just be concerned about listening ourselves, but we should also be concerned about other people listening. You understand? So when you're listening, make sure that people around even they're listening.

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And the thing is that if you don't care about other people, then what's going to happen will you be able to listen attentively know if they're talking you'll get distracted.

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It will create a hurdle in your understanding.

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So listen attentively yourself and also encourage others to listen attentively unsweetened

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Thinking that the process was recited out loud. And I was thinking that, like, if I have to say out loud, would I be able to do it? I'm not recited fluently, so how am I going to. So it just shows you the importance of learning to read and then able to recite the Quran. Very true, very good point, that the profits on a lot of systems recitation was such that it attracted the dude, it made them want to listen attentively, that they said to each other, honestly, to hear what says, Be quiet, listen attentively. You know, when you're listening to something very important, then you tell others to be silent. Like, for example, the television is on there is news coming on the television,

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you know, all of a sudden you see a picture of your own country, won't you be concerned? What will you do? Tell people to be quiet? What are they saying, you increase the volume.

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So only if what is being played, what is being recited is good enough. Beautiful, then the other will be interested as well. So we have to see how do we recite the Quran? That is our recitation such that other people would want to listen. And we're not just talking about the fact that it should be very singie.

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But that it should be clear, it should be effective. And when is it effective? When you're reciting it with understanding with concentration with feeling? Because what goes from the heart reaches the heart as well.

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They heard what they heard from somebody immediately went to go tell the other people yes. So the importance of giving Dawa just by the towhee. They're like, we heard this, believe in it exactly that we see the way of Samir. Now what Athena in these

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that they heard, they believed, accepted themselves. And they didn't just accept themselves but they also went and did Dawa. Immediately wallow in a coma him wondering, now tell me how they heard the entire Koran. Had they studied the entire Quran? They hadn't

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even spoken to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam by this point? No. But whatever they heard, they got the gist of it. And they went and conveyed the message instantly, immediately.

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What do we keep thinking? I don't know yet. I'm not a scholar yet. I don't know enough yet. But the fact is that a humble person, what does he consider himself to be? a student of knowledge? Because what does Allah subhanaw taala say to the prophets on a lot of people are busy Danny Elma, there is always always a need to learn more. You never reach a point where you can say yes, now I know. Now I know enough. For now I know. And now I can go and convey. Yes, knowledge is necessary. I'm not saying don't focus on learning. But the point over here is that whatever you know, convey whatever you have learned, pass it on.

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And don't think that only when you become a scholar, then you will convey you always consider yourself to be a student of knowledge. You're always in the process of learning. But whatever you have learned, share it. And the thing is that when you share it with others, Allah will give you more.

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And I remember listening to the lecture once that the speaker he asked the people, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam I said ballyhoo or need wallow. I, how many of you know Paul, who Allahu Ahad? How many of you know called who Allah had this? Ayah? Everybody knows. So isn't it an ayah? Isn't it clear in its message? It is.

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So when you know this idea, it's an obligation on you to convey because that's what the prophet sallallahu Sallam commanded. So the jinn will know in a coma him Wednesday, immediately they went to their people warning them, and they're not telling about big philosophical theoretical things. What are they telling them simple stuff, simple to the point clear message.

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out loud, even though people may not understand what they're saying it is attractive. Like I remember before I was Muslim, I would love to hear the other and I had no idea what it meant no idea what it was saying. But I would just love listening good. I put it on for my family. And they were also not Muslim. But just anything like a

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cleric or an in public, we should never be shy because even though the non Muslims don't understand what we're saying, Allah can guide to that exactly. that a person becomes inquisitive. He wonders. Okay, what is this? So if we shy away of the truth, thinking, Oh, I don't know enough. What if they asked me this? And what if the question about that, I don't know enough knowledge that this is why I shouldn't speak, whatever you know, can be

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and if somebody asks you a question and you don't know the answer, tell them I don't know. I'll find out. And from this, you learn so many things yourself. But if you shy away from speaking if you shy away from sharing, then you're depriving yourself and you're depriving many others.

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I was actually reflecting over the process of life that 13 years in

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Got 10 years in Medina, we ever see how many times we've moved around in a place. You know, sometimes you say, Okay, I lived there 10 years in this place, and now I was living six years here and five years there. If we think about those years, how many people have we affected? How many people wore hijab because of us how many people maybe started a class because of how many people learn to do art because of us how many people learn how to read Quran because of us, we should really think about that, because the process that he was doing his job wherever he was, and for that many years, he could say, I did this much work, I spoke to these many people. But what have we done

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that what effect and we left behind, we see that the Prophet said a lot of enemies traveling. But even as he's traveling, he affects so many

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thinking about the good company that a person can have, because we tend to travel in groups. And here we see the gym, they're also traveling in group, and you wouldn't travel with someone who you're not friends with, obviously, right? So the good friends, they get together and the love brings good to them in their groups as well. So you surround yourself with good people,

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as a group they're going and when they happen to hear the Quran, all of them are listening. And they tell each other to listen attentively. And it's quite possible that if a person is with a group of friends who are not interested in this stuff, what will they encourage you to do? Move on, do something else.

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And we keep waiting, that when this will happen, then I will tell others, when this will happen, then I will tell others, but the fact is that if something has touched you, if something has affected you, you cannot keep it to yourself. You feel a need to share it with others.

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When something important has happened in your day, and you have a habit of sharing it with your mother with your sister, what happens, you take time out to call them, you take time out to sit with them. And you will share with them. What happened during the day what you saw what you felt, who you met, what somebody said you share with them, isn't until you give priority to it. So when something has affected you it has touched you, you won't wait long, you pass it on immediately.

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So they were convinced themselves This is why they're able to convince others as well. Now, tell me something when were they convinced when they listened carefully

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when a person has done a stoma and he has told the other honestly to when he is interested in listening, then only it will affect him and when it has affected him only then he can pass it on. So the first step is what listening because only when you have gained, then you can pass something on, isn't it when you have received then you can pass something on when you have listened, then you can read right? When you have understood, then you can convey. And the first step to that is listening. So who will say honestly to the one who really wants to listen.

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And it's amazing that they figured out you have to listen attentively to Quran, listening to the Quran only once. But unfortunately, we were 25 years but still sometimes what happens? We listen. But we talk, we listen but we ignore, we don't pay attention. So when a person is eager, when a person has respect in his heart, he will be silent.

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And when he is eager, when he is respected as art you will be silent. He will understand when he is understood, then he can act on it and then he can pass it on. If you're listening is not right, then the following steps will also not be right. Isn't it? So? When can you give sadaqa when you have money yourself?

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So when can you convince someone when you convinced yourself?

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When can you explain to someone when you have understood yourself? So listening is very, very important. Doing armor and conveying is only possible when you have received yourself.

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And also we see that their action is so prompt that furama codea Well, lo ella holmium Moon z. As soon as it was completed the recitation they went to their people as foreigners. So how come their action was so prompt? Because they received the Quran very well.

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When you have received it when you've understood very well, only then can you act promptly. Only then can you convey promptly otherwise, it's very difficult.

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And look at how they convey to their people. callooh jacobina isn't there a very similar to the way of the messengers?

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What did all the messengers say to their people? Yeah, call me Yeah, call me. So the jinn also Yeah, cow mana.

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And what did they convey? What is conveyed to their people to their phone? The Quran

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isn't whatever they heard, because they say over here in Samir Nikita, oven.

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So they conveyed exactly what they heard.

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What did they get affected by

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the Quran? What did they pass on? The Quran? So what do you see? What's the most effective way of doing Dawa the Quran, that is the most known way of doing that as well. The prophets are a lot of them. This is how we would invite people to Islam. by reciting the Quran. Again, it leads us to that point, that if our recitation is not good enough, if our understanding is not good enough, then how can we convey when we have understood when we have learned something, only then we can convey?

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I was just thinking about those two terms, which you gave us before, some of the rock and some of its Dejagah. So the wave they had heard, I mean, they perceived it, and they accepted it as well, only then they were able to convey it as they do that, because they did summer of Iraq properly, then they could do some more of each other.

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Because they listened, perceived, understood, then they could accept away and pass on.

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So both types of listening are necessary one leads to the other.

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Sometimes we traveling so far away from on the bus or on sabio waiting for the doctor. But we say go iPhone for this game, we give them the news, like everybody knows about that, right? We're so exciting. And we spending time times over, over over. But like even if you just open the book the same, you do it study yourself, you do study yourself. And you are someone who maybe they will kind what she's doing was this kind of book, if they're not approaching you, they will say okay, this kind of book, I will look for our library. So this is Arabic writing, that when we're traveling, typically, how do we spend our time sitting, staring into nothing? Deep in our thoughts. People come

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people go, we don't notice them. We don't greet them, we don't smile at them. We don't pay any attention to them.

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And our time is being used is passing on. And we sometimes don't care which is waiting, waiting, waiting, staring at the clock, looking at our watch. That's what we're doing. Or we're lost in our own phones, isn't it? But we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as he is traveling, what is he doing?

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reciting the Quran, in Salah. Because when you do revise or even when you're traveling, that also is extremely beneficial. What do we think, Oh, I'm traveling, I don't need to. I'm traveling, therefore I have an exemption. We keep telling ourselves I don't need to I don't need to It's okay. Okay, technically, you don't have to. But Allah has given you this time, which you may not have at home, these five minutes that you get to sit down, you're forced to sit down, not wash dishes or not pick up something on the floor that somebody has dropped, you're forced to sit there, use that time in something good. And if you sit in doing something good, you never know somebody might benefit.

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I remember so many sisters have shared with me that as they're going back home, sitting on the bus, in the train, in the plane, even they open up there just what happens? People wonder what is this? And they become curious. And they ask you and that's one of the best ways of doing though, isn't it? Because it's difficult to initiate a conversation. But when you have this blue book, and it's big, and got big pages covered in writing, and it's Arabic text, which is standing out, people wonder. So don't just spend that time sitting, waiting, no do something. And when you're concerned about using your time, well, then look, other people will also benefit

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the prophets, Allah Madison was reciting the Quran. And the jinn came and they benefited

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here in this class does it means that if it's recitation time, then we are encouraged to stop, I think we should stop talking in other classes as well. Because if we are not giving respect to our teachers, they're struggling with us that we pay attention, we respect them, we listen them, it means we're depriving of ourselves because we are depriving ourselves from the understanding of for an so that it could facilitate us so I think we should respect others. Anytime there is something beneficial, that is being said, that is being taught. We should be eager to learn them.

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And our eagerness will show when we say unsettled to others.

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Now, the Djinn they're also mentioned in sort of origin. We don't insert origin I wanted to over here la unknown stammer I know phenomenal Genie, for color in a severe nickel iron or Java. Yeah, the era rusty furama NaVi one a nursery carabiner herder.

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam it has been revealed to me that a group of the jinn listened and they said indeed we have heard an amazing Koran. Look at how they described the Quran, Quran arachova amazing Quran

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it guides to the right course and we have believed in it, and we will never associate with our Lord anyone. They understood the real purpose of the book that it forbids Schick It teaches though he they understood

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and over here this is exactly what they do. The Acoma ijebu diary Allahu amin will be here for local mins and OB combo you did come in are they having a name? And you see over here that they're not calling the rest of the gym to themselves who are they calling them to their alma

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they're calling them to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, amin, ob he also believe in him. Because belief in Allah alone is not sufficient. A person has to believe in Allah and everything else that is required. And amongst that is also belief in the messenger.

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The person does not believe in a messenger that he's a man is incomplete.

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And then they weren't woman a YouTuber Daria law he Felisa be more efficient infill. Oddly, when he said a woman duty Odia, even this is mentioned in select origin and number 12 that the jinn said or another one in London, or does Allah fill early? Well in Nigeria who heard about that we have become certain that we will never cause failure to Allah on earth, nor can we escape him by flight. So they understood it very clearly, that there is no escape from a law a person has to submit to Allah.

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We see the Quran is beside that they understood the reality of the life of this dunya the reality of the arcilla. Right, just by listening to a passage from the Quran,

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Salaam Alaikum. I was thinking about that Allah, how person can be die of Allah, it could be reciting Quran or it could be how you dress or how you talk. I remember saying once one man, he went to China. He is the Arab guy, and he appeared on white clothes. And one Chinese man, he saw him from far away, and he's coming to him and the brother, he kind of escaped. And then the man he concluded, and he said, Allahu Akbar, and then the Arab guy, he said, him, Allahu Akbar. And then he hugged him and he cried the Chinese man, because he doesn't know Arabic, but he saw him, he's wearing these clothes, and he is like my brother. That's why he said, Allahu Akbar, because that's what he know

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only. And he said, Allahu Akbar, and they hug each other. So However,

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I'm thinking that whenever we give our something we don't know what to say. And I learned this last time from Stata say that whenever she goes somewhere, she makes a point that what I'm going to do is she's on her way. She said, Whoever I meet, when I come outside, I will tell them about light I let them say Laila Hello. And then I used to tag children so many times to the like playground and everything. And there are many children I'm sitting there we don't know what to do. And I'm like, even I can convey to these children because they understand their future I still strong so I will be singing with them I had two children, I took them to La Ilaha Illa line that will be reciting Quran

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with other kids because they are memorizing and the children will be listening carefully. And this I have seen the most effective way of reciting of giving our recite the Quran to people because it's not you speech it is speech of a light will affect people. If you want to give someone copy of Quran first reset them at least Okay, maybe we don't know how to reset it properly if you go to the long surah. But you know how to reset proper surrett and Fatah so that kohala had sort of this last we all know how to do first tell them what is in it, and then give to them because it will affect them. And like she was mentioning Sheikh Mohammed RFA, when he got to mention people you see they say a

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coma. When people they know that they associated to you, they will listen to you what he did, he went to this tribe, it's a Maasai tribe in Tanzania. They have not believed in very hard people to communicate with if you saw them, if you ever seen how they dress, how they live to music. So he said that he took stops with them and everything. So he told them, this is from people from Africa. This is what we wear, they send it to you so that you have the same thing as well. So they want to share with you what to eat. After they became like confident with him. He don't speak Swahili. They don't speak Arabic or English. So he just use the Quran. whole tribe said La ilaha illa Allah the

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area of the tribe. They said la la de la to him

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should also take a lesson that every time we're coming here, we're learning something new. We should first of all pay attention in class. Second, while taking everything that we learn and we know that Yeah, the LL healthy one LFO

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The thing was that mean, right? So we relate to it so much. And we feel that it's been revealed specially for us. So we have to know that this crime is for all of mankind, go back to your house and also share with those people, like people in your own house. Because sometimes you don't get a chance to go outside, like a scholar does. However, you can do it, start from your home and tell them share with them, at least one or two infections a day. And so that they can relate to it because you never know what they can relate to. And you know, who said that, or this is what we learned in the Quran, then it's coming from the Quran, then the other person is eager to listen. And

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you just keep telling them, oh, by the way, you shouldn't do this. And by the way, this is what we should do. Then the other person is like, you know better than me. So when you're telling the other person using a Koran, they're more eager to listen, it's a very, very effective way of telling someone

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tell them what it means because they're reciting it, they don't know what it means. And when you tell them at that time, you know what this means what you're reciting. And then when they learn about the next panel that I never knew, because they don't know what they're reciting, but they're reciting for the hope of your work. And then when you tell them, they're more interested in learning.

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The one time I remember talking to this nun Muslim lady, and and she said that, Oh, well, I don't know who Mohammed is, and they can no Jesus died for my sin. So like, you know, she was convinced of like, no God, actually convinced of Mohammed, so and she's also concerned about her sins. So if you tell them that if you obey, you know, a law and if you believe and follow the messenger, salaam, then you tend to be forgiven, as we'll see over here, that responding to the Messenger of Allah and believing in Him is a means of forgiveness of sins. Yeah, and also like, if you truly love Allah, then you know,

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I love you. So we can tell this to the person.

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So the call is to Allah and also to the messenger.

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Can us come

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back, and then I was sitting beside another lady and I was sitting and then I opened my just because we had our tests, and I was practicing. And then she didn't want to make it clear that she was looking and reading over my shoulder, but I could see her appearing appearing and then I kept on the page, and then I saw her like, like, turn the page, she wasn't seeing it, but you could tell that she wanted to be to be turned. And then I also thought that you can without that silence that would like without saying anything you can let somebody know about that way.

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And if you've written your notes properly and clearly, and somebody is looking reading, they can learn something. But if we scribbled all over in writing that even we cannot read later, we're not benefiting other people are not benefiting.

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Let's listen to the recitation.

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