Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 29 – L292B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The importance of being called to action by Allah in achieving success in Islam is emphasized, along with the use of pen and ink in writing. The importance of being a witness to what is written, showing one's honor, and showing strong character in Islam is emphasized. The importance of strong character in Islam is emphasized, and it is also important to show one's successes and weaknesses in a job and not give up on one's statement about the Prophet sallavi. The importance of strong character in Islam is emphasized, and it is also important to show good character and not give up on one's statement about the Prophet sallavi.
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Lesson number 292. So total column number one 252.

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Sort of the column is a murky surah. And it was revealed in the early part of the mechanism.

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It has 52 verses 300 words and about 1200 haruf.

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We have learned that the theme of this juice is the power in Allah to call people to Allah in order to do that, what does a person need to do first, know who Allah is and that we learned from were so little milk. Another thing that is necessary in order to call people to the deen of Allah is to purify oneself meaning to have this gear to have the best manners to have good luck. And that is what is mentioned in this order. There is a contrast that is shown in this era contrast between the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the lack of the other people. So having good luck is essential. Because without it, a person cannot successfully call people to the deen of Allah.

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Because when a person is doing Dawa in Allah He will face a lot of opposition, he will face negativity, you will come across people who are very harsh and rude, but just because other people are harsh and rude doesn't mean you lose your good manners I know a lot of Tao has actually done how through good behavior, and that is how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also did it. And then we see that another thing that is necessary for calling people to Allah is to use the resources that Allah has given to us. And amongst them, the most important is I will call them the pen

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using the pen writing in order to call people to Allah

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim noon, well, enemy one is to rune noon by the pen and what they inscribe noon. The sutra is also called noon. And why is that so? Because it begins with the health noon.

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What is this health noon? This is after her Ruth Mata.

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And there are a total of 31 solos of the Quran that begin with hurdled Nakata and sore at noon is the last

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31 so let's begin with roof mycotoxins at noon is the last of them. There are some sources that begin with one half McCotter there are others that begin with two hurdles. There are others that begin with three some begin with four and some begin with five.

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Three soldiers begin with one letter, and which ones are they

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sort of calf, SWAT as well as

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their attempts to does that begin with to huddle. So the Papa humming and there are seven soldiers that begin with Hamming. Then you have seen and one more was in the seven. So let's begin with Hamming and three are what for her he has seen and passing

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then there are 14 so does that begin with three hurdles Nakata and which ones are they?

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And if Lam Meem six was begin with Alif Lam Meem then Alif Lam la la flamme la again, six. So let's begin with Elif lamba. And unforseen Me too. So let's begin with bossy me. Are you writing this? You're just enjoying it?

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I'll, um, I'll call up column, right? And then if you're interested, then what should you do? Look up all those words that begin with these hurdles. Then there are two sources that begin with four hurdles Nakata and which ones are they? And if Lam Meem RA, and Alif Lam Meem. So which ones are they know that you have to check yourself?

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And then there are two sources that begin with 500 of macatawa which ones are they?

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gafa Yeah, I installed which was that, so that marine and then how many marine seemed off? Five Hello again. So over here, what do we see 100

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and that is noon. And this is the last surah of the Quran that begins with the hero's Mata. Some have said that this noon actually carries a meaning and what is that? That because in this ayah right after the noon, Allah subhanaw taala is swearing an oath by a column by the pen, the noon Some say that it refers to ink Why? Because pen and ink both go together. And if you look at an ink pot, its shape is very similar to that of the letter noon. So some people have said that. Others have said that this noon. It's actually a very to use our histogram because he is also known as

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the noon

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And he has mentioned in this one, however, we know that such halluf that appear at the beginning of the sutras What are they? They are at the heart of Nakata. And what do they show? The miraculous nature of the Quran

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and you will notice that the state of the soul is very powerful, very eloquent.

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While follow me by the pen, what am I yes to rune and what they inscribe. Allah is swearing an oath over here by what? By the pen, which pen is this?

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Some have said that this column is referring to the hall spend the first bend that a las panatela created. In fact, the first thing that Allah created was what the men

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we learned from a hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, verily, the first of what Allah created was the bed. And he said to it, right?

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The first thing that Allah created was the pen. And then he commanded to it right? And the pen said, Oh, my Lord, what shall I write? And Allah subhanaw taala told the pen, write the decree, and whatever will happen throughout eternity.

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Meaning, right, the other and whatever that's going to happen to be the woman who came in in 11.

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So noon will call me and column is referring to the husband, the first and the first creation of Allah.

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And others have said that I'll come over here first to any pen. Because a pen? What is it used for? What is the function of a pen you use it to? Write? And when Allah is swearing an oath by the pen over here? What does it show

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the importance of this tool, the importance of this instrument,

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it's not just a piece of plastic, or a piece of wood, that can be thrown around that can be tossed around. No, Allah is swearing by the pen. And remember that anything that Allah swears by what's the reason behind that, to exalt its status, and also, to make it a witness to a particular fact.

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And this shows to us the exalted status of the band, it's the first thing that Allah created. So what does it mean? That we should also have respect for the band, that we should not be throwing it around? and using it for despicable things? No, but rather, it's an honorable tool, and we should use it to write what honorable things make sure that you respect your opinion, part of respecting the pen is using it for good things and what is that writing good things with it? Not that a person is writing harsh things with it useless things with it, wasting his time and wasting other people's time, no, one called me by the pen. Why am I so rude? And that which they write that which they

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inscribe yesterday is from the root letters seen Torah, and cetara is to form a line and support is through is to write in straight lines. Notice it hasn't been set over here yet to Boone, but what has been said yes to rune. So, what does it show what kind of writing is good? That which is haphazard here there? No, that which is written in straight lines, in an organized fashion, in an order?

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Because such writing is that which is noble, so economy, one is foreign.

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Now, who does this refer to what does this refer to my a saloon? Who is it that is writing?

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Yes, throne has been understood as the angels, the angels who write the scribes and what do they write, they write the Quran, Kiran Bharara. They write it, they transcribe it from where? From the local Myrtles.

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Similarly, the angels, what do they write? They write the deeds of the people here, almond carotene.

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Now if Allah is wearing an oath by the pen, and he's wearing an oath via Maya saloon that was there, right? Then what kind of deeds should we make our angels? Right? What kind of words should we make our angels right? Think about it.

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Angels are a noble, obedient creation of Allah. Allah is wearing an oath by that which they're right over here. So be careful about your actions and your words. What are you making your angels right? Well, now you're still alone.

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Some have said that may or soon it refers to Jimmy or Al Khattab, all of the scribes, all of the scribes, whoever they are, whatever they write. This includes the pen itself because when Allah commanded the first pen, the first creation of is to write the pen wrote itself. So Marissa stone, yes, Tarun de refers to Jamil kata This includes the pen

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This includes the angels. This includes people. This includes the Sahaba, who used to write the Quran in the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So basically, Allah is taking an oath over here by the pen, and the act of writing, which is done with the pen as well.

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Allah subhanaw taala has created many things, and taught human beings many things as well. But we see here that the pen, and the act of writing is of the most noble creatures and the most noble actions. Why? Because it's extremely beneficial. It's extremely beneficial

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to live in a mobile OS, he said, I heard the messenger of a loss of a lotus, and I'm saying that Allah ordained the measures of everything, 50,000 years before he created the heavens and the earth. And that is when he commanded the pen to write everything.

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The first thing that Allah created was the pen. And over here, Allah swears an oath by the pen.

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And then he swearing an oath by the act of writing. What does that show that writing is a very noble deed,

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is a very noble deed. It's a very respectful action, it's not a useless action. Therefore, first of all, a person must write, if he wishes to become honorable in the sight of Allah, then what should he do? He should use the ability that Allah has given him and he should write. And secondly, what should a person write that which is useful and meaningful, we learned that even the ink of the scholars that will be put in the scales on the Day of Judgment, just imagine the ink that they have used to write the various books, the many things even that will be weighed, even that is considered as Mozu on the Day of Judgment, it will be assigned a weight on the Day of Judgment.

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So if a person just sits with his hand on hand, does not write anything, is he losing out on some opportunity, a big opportunity, then similarly, if a person is writing, but he's writing useless things, or he's writing in a way that cannot be read, that cannot be understood later, that cannot be understood by anyone besides him? Is that useful, then? No, it's not. So even when it comes to the act of taking notes, first of all, make sure that you're taking notes, because sometimes it happens that you can take notes, when we're just sitting hand on hand not doing anything. And secondly, sometimes when we're taking notes or notes are not organized, they are not complete. Why?

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Because we slept halfway through, or we got lost halfway through, we were thinking about something else, we have no idea what's being spoken of, or sometimes what happens, we go to the washroom, and by the time we come back, we have missed half a page or one page, you know, sometimes go through your pages

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and look at the parts that are empty, why are they empty?

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Go through your just sometimes go through all of your jobs. Now you've completed 28, you're under 29. go through them and see which parts are empty.

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So while economy one is to run, the pen, the act of writing is incredibly important is extremely important in our religion, and it also deserves respect.

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Then, remember that the reason behind a custom an oath is what to make it a witness as well first of all, to show the exalted status and secondly, do make it a witness to whatever is being spoken of. And over here, a lot makes the fan a witness and whatever it has written a witness to the fact that Matt and Toby near Mattila beaker Bhima junoon, you are not a prophet sallallahu Sallam by the favor of your Lord, a madman by the neuroma of your Lord upon you, you are not much known. This isn't refutation to what the people said about him.

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The people of Makkah, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did Dawa to them, what did they call him? Medina after descriptions that they gave to him was much noon. And who is much known by the way much known as someone whose article has been covered, covered by what insanity so he cannot think clearly. Similarly, Majnoon is also someone who's aka has been covered by possessed by a gene. So Mattoon is someone who is possessed by a gene, someone who is insane and someone who is possessed by a gene. So he cannot use his mind. He has gone insane. He has gone off his head, and whatever he does, whatever he says, that is so because the gym is making him do it. So then we're speaking of

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Makkah, they said that he is reciting the Quran. He is telling us about this because he has gone crazy, or that because a gene is teaching him a Chopin is teaching him. But what does Allah say? My motto bigger, be more junoon by the favor of your Lord, you're not a madman. You're not as

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What people say?

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The question is, what is this? nerima? And what does it mean by binaire material, because

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this bar is understood as a set of sub, because of the blessing of your Lord on you, you are not mentioning which blessing is this, this blessing is understood as the blessing of prophethood you have been granted Prophethood and the one who is granted Prophethood can he be mad? Can he be insane? It's not possible. So because of this blessing that Allah has given you, there is no way you could be much noon. Secondly, this bar is understood as the value of Mula Bandha, which gives the meaning of alongwith. So with the blessings that Allah has given you, while having them, there is no way you could be much known and which blessings are the Eman Deen pita, out of the teachings that

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were given to him. Then his family, his uncle, his intellect, his understanding, his great rank, then so many other blessings Allah had given to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his good character. So when you have these blessings, there is no way you could be Majnoon it's the people who call you much known who have gone much noon you cannot be much known. You are not crazy as a people claim. We learned instead of rigid iron number six, we'll call you Yeah, you handed the New Zealand la the crew in Naka llama genome the people call him at noon.

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In through the taqueria 22 Allah negates them when Elsa haber can be Majnoon, and your companion is not at all mad. Rather what he has brought is the truth in truth and what we know is 70 Allah says a mucuna v. Jenna well j a humble Huck or do they say in him his madness, rather he brought them the truth.

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So the Prophet said a lot of sentiments being comforted over here. Don't worry, you're not much noon. When armyworm is thrown Manta venier Mattila become imagine noon, and they're calling you much noon does not make you much known.

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They're calling you Mattoon does not make you much noon. Because just imagine when a person is calling people to Allah. It hurts him a lot when people oppose him. And when they oppose him in this way, describing him in such bad words in such bad terms. It's humiliating. It's embarrassing. It hurts. So the profits are a lot of synonyms being comforted. You are not much known. Just ignore what these people say. What in Melaka agilon nyama, noon, and indeed for you is a reward that is uninterrupted, that is unfailing, that will never ever be exhausted, never ever got off, it will never come to an end. Such a reward you will have that is later mom noon. Mom noon is from meme

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noon, noon man and what does man mean? To cut something off to seize something from that it's also used for a favor for a huge favor. Because when a huge favor is bestowed on someone, then it cuts off their tongue, they cannot say anything.

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So mamnoon is my role and what does it mean that which is cut off that which is seized. So you will have a reward that will never come to an end? It will never be cut off, it will never be exhausted, it will never be stopped. Rather How is it? It will be permanent? It will be eternal, it will be forever. This is their award that you will get? Why is it that the prophets are a lot of them will get such a reward

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because of his status, because of the work that he did. Who was he? The Messenger of Allah, the last and final messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And his responsibility was to convey the Quran to the people call people to Allah. So because of his high rank, what does Allah say? You will have an endless reward.

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Just as in this dunya if a person has a very noble position, a very high position, then what happens? He is given a very good beer as well. He's given certain advantages, which are very good. For instance, it's quite possible the person who was you know, the manager of a company for many, many years, and when he retires eventually, you know the company out of their generosity, what do they do? They say that all of your medical expenses we will take care of them, meaning until you are alive for example. So depending on the rank of the person is his reward.

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When the profits or the reward is endless, what does it mean his rank was also extremely high and noble. They call you much noon here, not much noon.

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You are in fact very, very honorable, because this is the reward that you will get endless.

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And why else is it that he would get aged on ramen noodles? Because of his suffering because of his endurance because of his constancy in what in tolerating what the people said about him, and still continuing to call people to Allah.

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Look at the kind of abuses that people hurled at the prophets that a lot of them, but what was his way? Did he ever lose his good o'clock? No, he didn't. Did he ever take revenge? Like other people do? No, he didn't. Rather He forgive people. That was shaking of Makkah, when they were conquered at the conquest of Makkah, what was the reaction of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. That go, you are all talakad meaning you are all free. Let us leave our Lake Julio. Today, you will not be held accountable. There is no blame on you today. He forgave all of them.

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Imagine the kind of persecution he suffered in Makkah. Imagine the kind of difficulties he faced in Medina because of the machine of Makkah. But what was his behavior of subject of forgiveness? And look at the persistence, look at the constancy that for 23 years, for the entire time that he was alive since he got Prophethood. What was his way, constantly doing that work constantly doing that work?

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So when his efforts were endless, what does Allah say, your reward will also be endless. When you're sober is so great, your reward is also very great, what in Melaka, agilon, Rama known because he was very patient. So over here, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is being reassured, he is being comforted. And he has been encouraged, that keep struggling, keep going on, ignore what these people have to say, focus on what you have to do. And remember that you have a great agile, awaiting you a great reward awaiting you.

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If you think about it, if you are given an extremely difficult task to perform, it becomes extremely difficult for you. But what is it that keeps you going?

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The end result, it keeps you going, you're tired, you're exhausted, you don't think you have the energy, but it keeps you going. Why? Because you want to see the end results.

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And sometimes the final stages, they are extremely difficult. But what gives a person the energy to continue is the desire to see the final result.

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So over here, the profits out of Addison was being encouraged to continue with his hard work, why? Because you have an agent that is laid on them knowing that will never come to an end, that will never be stopped.

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And if you think about it, this is so true, that Allah rewarded him with endless reward, how in this dunya and also, he will reward him with endless reward in the

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in this dunya How is it so, that his name, it is being honored? It is being mentioned constantly.

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If you think about it, all the time, the other one is being pronounced somewhere or the other on this earth and India than what is being said I shall do Mohammed Allah sudo.

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Similarly in our solder in our prayer, inertia hood, what do we have to say? We have to send Sadat and Salama the profits out of on his on them. And we have to pray five times a day. And there's always some time that somebody or the other is praying.

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So constantly, his name is being mentioned. People are praying to Allah descend, the Salat and Salam upon him. What do we learn in the Quran? in Allah, Allah eketahuna, Musa Luna and an AVI, Allah and His angels, Allah and His angels both, what do they do the sender for that on the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? Yeah, are you Allah Deena amanu sallu alayhi wa sallam this Lima, that you also send peace and blessings on the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So this is the endless reward that Allah has given him. With each person becoming Muslim, his reward is increasing. With each person increasing in his worship, his reward is also increasing. What in Allah Kala agilon Rama known

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and then look at how he is praised. Look at how he is honored that people love him his followers, they love him they follow him. His way is what the standard of us and

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his habits What are they the standard of action I'm a this is the reward that Allah subhanaw taala gave him and if you look at it, this is why last panel data says to him what a lot to hide a locker, you know, the Hereafter is better for you or the later period is better for you than the first one. There are two meanings of

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That I that the Hereafter is better for you than the loonie, or the later period is better for you than the beginning period. Because in the beginning period, there was a lot of opposition. But in the later period, a lot of people became Muslim. And as we see that as time goes by more and more people becoming Muslim, and as they become Muslim, who do the love, who do they follow?

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was in Melaka agilon of ala Mahmoud. This is why Allah says what a foreigner like the croc we have exalted your mention

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in this ayah is a great lesson. And what is that lesson? That when a person

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bears the difficulties in the way of Allah with patience with Sabbath, and he does not give up rather he continues, he doesn't stop for the sake of Allah hoping for a reward from Allah. Then Allah also gives him reward according to his efforts. Allah also gives him abundant reward.

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Yes, the prophets are allowed to set him for him at noon, but for believers as well Allah subhanaw taala says into the deen inland Medina Amano are made a slightly had fella home agilon Aveda mamnoon they will also have a reward that is viral mamnoon endless it will never come to an end. For now you can be recovered to be de la sala de acrovyn. How can we?

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So what is it sure, the greater the efforts of a person, the greater his reward.

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So don't feel weak. Don't feel depressed and hurt. And don't feel small. And don't feel weak hearted. rather have courage continue. And when things get tough, don't worry, because Allah subhanaw taala promises great reward. We're in Nilekani edge on Halo mamnoon. And if you think about it, what was it that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was doing? calling people to Allah and this is not an easy task, it becomes very difficult. But remember, the greater the difficulty, the greater the reward, the greater the difficulty, the greater the reward. In the previous photo, we learned about Allah subhanaw taala that he has and milk and a lot was mentioned about a loss of panel data

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and in this solar, we see a lot being mentioned about the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Because when a person is doing Dawa in Allah He has to focus on two things, calling people to Allah worshipping Allah and following who the Prophet sallallahu wasallam both are necessary. We're in Anaconda agilon Rama noon.

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And then Allah says what in the color Allah Hello, keener alim, and indeed you are of a great moral character. We're in Mecca and indeed you the addresses to who the prophets are the Lord is among you are Laila upon Hello Can I leave a great moral character?

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Notice the word Allah,

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Allah, what does it show that a person is on top of something?

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When a person is on top of something, what does it mean they have full control over it. They have full control over they are completely on it. So law Allah Hello Can Aleem, it shows that he possessed good character and how was his character? It was good at all times because if someone possesses something, it belongs to them.

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They have it all the time. So all the time in every situation how is the Holocaust the Prophet sallallahu Sallam excellent holofcener Aleem. Now what is the word Harlequin? holyoake is from the infectious Highland path. And Hulk, what is Hulk mean? creation form Hulk with a photon The heart is the form the surah of being that can be perceived by the boss off by the eyes. So what is it then it's their physical appearance, it's their physical form. On the other hand, whoa, look is that which is perceived by the vasila

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by insight, the image of a person that is not tangible, but rather what is it is the intangible image of a person. So what is it that it's their manner, it's their habits, it's their nature, you know, a person has a physical appearance and then they also have an image, every person has an image or reputation, manner, style habits nature. So that is what whole look is.

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And whole look is the nature of a person the habit of a person that is a part of him, meaning he does not have to pretend to be like that. It's just a part of him. So it will come out naturally.

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For example, if a person

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yells, then what's going to happen?

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He will yell very easily.

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And if a person argues, he will argue very easily, but if a person does not yell, then what will happen? even in the most difficult situations, they will not hear.

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You may have noticed that some women, they are so patient with children so patient, that no matter what happens, they don't yell at them. I've seen them and I admire them for their calmness, that they keep their cool that even when a child is throwing a tantrum is doing the craziest of things, that mother will remain calm.

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She will not yell back at the child she will not behave like the child. And there are other women who on the smallest of things, what are they doing? yelling, yelling, yelling constantly? So hello, cuz what a part of you, you don't have to pretend. So, for example, if a person is calm, mostly, they will become in every situation. If a person is aggressive, their aggression will come out in every situation. So who knows what character, nature, disposition way, manner of a person? What does Allah subhanaw taala say with regards to the wholeness of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that it is Holton alim, what does it mean by alim?

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What does it mean by Elohim? Great, meaning very, very good. very lofty, very impressive, very great. La Jolla Hello Can Aleem

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Allah subhanaw taala is saying this about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that his character was exalted. Very great. he possessed an exalted standard of character.

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Why is it that Allah subhanaw taala saying this about him? Because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam actually had such character. And this is obvious by the subject that he displayed when he had to suffer a lot of persecution and opposition. He suffered so many difficulties in the way of a law. People would say all kinds of things to him. But what was his reaction? Would he behave with them? Similarly? No, he wouldn't. When people called him with him, did he start changing the names of other people? Did he do that? No. What did he say? My name is not with them. My name is Muhammad.

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When people threw thorns on his pathway, did he do the same thing to the people? No, he didn't. When people call him at noon, did he call the rest of the people by June? No, he didn't. This is Hello, Colleen. That your character your behavior is not according to how the other is dealing with you know, your character, your manner is according to a high standard that you've set for yourself.

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And if you really like that, even in the most difficult situations, you will remain like that. We're in NACA, Allah, Allah holochain. avi.

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And if you see, in times of persecution in times of difficulty, usually what happens, people become impatient, they become aggressive, they start to argue, they start to show attitude.

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Just think about it, you're around someone who is annoying you a lot. Or you're around someone whom you don't like who has said something negative about you? How will your behavior be all of a sudden, you become Moody, all of a sudden we start saying things which are inappropriate. And what's the excuse we give? That person is here. It's because of them. We have a list of reasons. But we see that in Makkah, the prophets are allowed to set himself for 13 years of persecution and opposition. But how is this a flock? This is a Maki surah How is this a flock? Hello, can I leave here did not take revenge. He was not abusive. He did not say foul words. He did not yell and argue with the

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people. rather he was patient and calm and forgiving. Similarly, it happens with a person that he builds up his anger and frustration for a very long time. He keeps it inside himself. And then eventually he blows up. But we see the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he had Hoboken Harlem in Makkah, and he had Holloman Allium in Medina. And he had collagen Allium at the conquest and he had collagen early after the conquest as well.

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persecution difficulty did not make him miserable. ease and success did not make him arrogant. The conquest victory did not make him a tyrant. No, Hello, can I lean? He was patient. He was forgiving. He was gone. He was welcoming. He was good in every situation that he was in Hoboken Aleem, and this shows that he was not pretending. Because what does Allah subhanaw taala say to him? That's a woman Anna Minamoto can live in

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He did not pretend rather, all the good that he displayed It was a part of his nature. Allah subhanaw taala says concerning him and sort of earlier on I 59 female I met him in a law he, Linda whom it's out of the mercy of Allah that you were lenient with them while we couldn't afford one vallila Colville and bloomin Holic,

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if you were harsh, if you were rude, then they would have disbanded from about you.

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Think about it, the kind of sufferings that the Sahaba went through along with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, perhaps no other person goes through it.

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But they went through those difficulties yet they love the profits.

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Why is it that they love them? Why? Because of his good character? Why is it that they stayed with him, despite the hardships that they were facing as Muslims, despite the opposition they were facing as Muslims, why it was his good character.

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So that's amazing. Allah subhanaw taala gifted him with this good character into the MBI 107 Allah says Allah Azza laka in Catalina Island mean we have not sent you as a mercy for the world's and how is he a mercy when he displayed good character in every situation to all the people. So first of all, Allah says this concerning him we're in Nicola Allah Hello. And

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secondly, we see that the Prophet sallallaahu Selim himself said this, about his o'clock that a Devaney or B, D, diva and Hasson, that my lord has taught me, good, beautiful manners. What did he say that my lord has taught me good and beautiful manners.

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And we see that this good character that he possessed, it was good in every situation, in every circumstance, then we see that after the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the next testimony of his good character, is a will of his wife. Because if you want to know how a person's character is, who should you ask your family members and amongst the family members, first one is the wife or the husband.

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Check yourself.

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Ask your husband,

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or children how she said, verily, the character of the Messenger of Allah was the on

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how was the character of the Messenger of Allah, it was a Quran, meaning whatever Allah tells us in the Quran, that was a part of his manners. Whatever bad character Allah stops us from, you could not find that in him.

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It was recorded that I should have done on has said, the Messenger of Allah never struck a servant of his with his hand, his own wife is saying, he never struck a servant of his with his end, nor did he ever hit a woman.

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Just think about it.

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What was he, the leader of Medina, the prophet of Allah, someone who was respected someone who had authority. But despite having that authority and great status, Did he hurt people? No, he didn't. He never hit any servant. He never hit any woman. And these two people who are that weak, they cannot even defend themselves. If you hit a certain kind of 72 back No way. At that time, even today, a man if he hits a woman, should the woman be hitting him back? No.

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Or she cannot many times she's not able to. So just imagine towards the week also, how was he, he showed the best character. He never hit anything with his hand, except for when he was fighting jihad in the cause of Allah. The only time when he hit was well, when in jihad, because that is the time when you're supposed to hit Allah, tala Delta's himself removed. And he was never given the option between two things, except that the most beloved of the two to him was the easiest of them, as long as it did not involve sin. If it did involve sin, then he stayed farther away from sin than any of the people. He would not avenge himself concerning anything that was done to him. If people

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were harsh towards him, he would not take revenge for himself. No, the only time when he would punish was when the limits of Allah transgressed. That's when he would take action against people, then in that case, he would event for the sake of Allah, He would never take revenge for himself, but rather he would take revenge for who, for the sake of Allah soprano.

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This is what his wife said about him.

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After the wife, the next testimony is a who a servant or you could say a son, a child, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he had adopted who they had been how does that before he became a prophet and later on, we learned that instead of the lesser, this command was given that

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There is no concept of adoption in the sense that you cannot say that your adopted sons are like your real sense anyway, they've been heard is that what do we learn about him? That he was a slave? And he was in house of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam as a slave. And then how does that when his father when his uncle, when they found him, they came to Makkah, in order to buy his freedom, and they spoke to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, that whatever you want, we'll give it to you. Whatever you want, name it, ask for it, we'll give it to you. But please let our son go with us. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Okay, fine, but just ask him, does he even want to go? And when they ask

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David Haida, what did he say? I don't want to go I wish to stay with the profits.

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Just think about it.

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A child agrees to remain someone's servant, then go to his family. Why do you think so?

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Why do you think so? Because of the great, noble character of the prophets of Allah.

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He agreed to stay with him as a servant as a slave, rather than go with his family, and be amongst them. Then we see that honestly learn who who was he, the servant of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when he was 10 years old. He was brought by his mother to the Prophet. And he remained with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for the next 10 years. And what did you do in those 10 years? He served him.

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He served the Prophet sallallahu sallam. But what does the man who say? He says, I serve the Messenger of Allah for 10 years? And he never said a word of displeasure to me, he never said to me, nor did he ever say to me concerning something I had done. Why did you do that? Why did you do that? He never said that to me. And he never said to me concerning something I had not done. Why didn't you do this? He said, he had the best character. And I never touched any silk, or anything else that was softer than the balm of the Messenger of Allah. And I never smelled any mosque or perfume that had a better fragrance than the sweat of the Messenger of Allah.

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What does it show how much he adored the profits of of office?

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Remember, you can try to gain other people's love by giving them gifts by spending a lot of money on them,

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or by telling them, but you cannot earn someone's love, until and unless you are good with them. You show good character to them.

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These are the words of his sermon

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words of his servant, which shows what an excellent character he had.

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Then after the family, what do you look at? The Companions? The friends, what do they say about a person? Jabba the Naren who said the prophets that a lot is that have never said no in response to any question. If someone would ask him for something he would give it. Whenever he would be asked for something he would give it to his companions also, they testified to his excellent character. Allah subhanaw taala himself, the prophets of Allah said of himself, his wife, his adopted son, and then his servant, and then his companions as well. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, In November, it's too late, you tell me masala, hello, I have only been sent to perfect righteous behavior, and

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he would only be able to perfect righteous behavior if he had righteous behavior. This is why we see that the people even of his time, and even afterwards, what did they do? They praised him for his character, asylum and Sabbath, Who was he? The great board, so happy, he was a great point of Islam. And we see that he said many verses of poetry in praise of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and in particular his character.

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Now, if you look at it, the Arabs they considered many qualities to be a part of good hollow personal qualities.

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But in particular for things they considered a part of personal color.

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And what were they first of all wisdom.

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Because when a person is wise, then he reacts in a situation in the most proper way, in the best way.

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Secondly, bravery. If a person was brave,

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he was confident he was brave, then that was also part of noble character.

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And we see that the profits or losses, and it was very, very Once there was a loud noise herd near Medina, and everybody got surprised at what was it and people got up to see what it was. And by the time the Sahaba went there, they saw the profits anabolism coming back, he had already gone and investigated and checked and he was on his way back. So this is how brave he was. And similarly,

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what does it refer

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just to modesty

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and also being just fourthly just justice being balanced and all of these

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characteristics we find them in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam wisdom, look at his words, look at how he dealt with people. Look at how he responded to their questions their queries. Remember the story of that man who came to him and asked him, please allow me to do Xena, and how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam answered and how he explained to him.

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Then similarly, remember that situation where a young Sahabi was staring at a young woman, how he just turned his face away. Wisdom? And if at that time you stare at the person, why are you looking at the lower your gaze, turn away, send a woman away, tell the woman cover yourself, don't you know? I mean, there could be different ways of reacting in that situation. But it's part of good luck, that a person responds in the most wisest ways that neither parties get offended. And at the same time, the message is also true.

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That he was also extremely brave, very chaste, very modest. And similarly, very bad instant very just. So what in Nicola Allah, Who can Arlene, indeed you are upon a great moral conduct, you have the best conduct. And this is something so important. We learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the dearest and nearest among you, to me on the Day of Resurrection will be one who is the best of you in manners?

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The dearest and nearest among you, to me, on the Day of Resurrection are Who? Those of you who are best in manners, because a person who has good character, who does he like? Who does he like people with good character? If a person is clean in his speech, can you tolerate bad words? No. If a person is soft spoken, can he tolerate people who yell No.

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So if we want to be in the company of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam of the dearest nearest to him, then what do we have to do? Make sure that our o'clock is like his, and the most abhorrent among you to me, and the farthest of you from me, will be those people who are amongst the characteristics that he mentioned element of a goon and the companions asked him that oh messenger of Allah, who are the most of a unicorn and he replied, the arrogant people, because arrogance is what it translates in bad character, bad behavior.

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And if you think about it in our religion, there's so much emphasis on good luck.

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There's so much emphasis on good of luck, the heaviest deed in the scale, what is it? Good o'clock. Similarly, we see that the Salah What does that teach us? Good manners how we learned the Quran Allah says in sort of an article budaya 45 insalata tan hair and in fact Shea one one called fasting What does that teach you? Patience tolerance.

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Similarly, Hajj, what does that teach a person tolerance from and follow the female hajah farofa Walla Walla Gita. Just imagine Allah subhanaw taala has obligated every person to go for Hajj, to experience that time when he cannot argue when he cannot fight. Why? Because fighting an argument is something that's not like otherwise. Zakat What does that teach us sacrifice? Yeah, are you alladhina amanu legibility those are the particle bill money while other because men and other What are they a part of bad character? Allah doesn't want us to have that. So we see that all of the commands of the dean, what are they teaching us good manners, good of luck, because it is extremely

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important, especially for the dairy. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was in Allah Allah, hello cleaner Aleem and the same thing. We should also strive to adopt

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