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Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 29 – L296D

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Al-Jinn 1-28 Tafsir 16-20

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With a bit of a ministry of energy for him,

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that's the number 296 sort of children would begin from number 16.

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Anything you thought about the gym, when you got home perhaps you shared something with someone you reflected on some is

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that we see that many times you know, people, they constantly thinking about the gym constantly concerned about them, overly obsessed with them. Whereas we see that they are part of the world of the unseen and there is a reason why Allah subhana wa tada has kept them hidden from us. And what Allah soprano data has kept them hidden from us, that means that we should not be overly concerned with them.

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And if you think about it, in this sort of the way, the jinn are mentioned, how they heard the Quran, and how they reaction was that in a severe inadequate an algebra, that how immediately they went and told their people as well about what they had heard, and how it changed them, how it affected them. This is something that we should be more concerned about. This is the lesson that we learned from them. Instead of thinking about Oh, they can fly and they can do such and such things. We should be taking inspiration from this, that how when they heard the Quran just once, look at how they reacted, look at how it changed them inside out.

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That how instantly they brought a change in themselves. They said, Well, I'm not sure you could have been a herder. And then they declared false as false. They condemned what was wrong, the Sufi Iblees I mean, it's amazing how immediately, the Quran brought about such a change in them. And that did not stay with just themselves, but rather they told others as well about it.

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Share this with children as well, it's very important to do that because many times children develop this unnecessary fear of the gym. Why? Because since their children, this fear is instilled in them don't go there, they might begin children frightened in many different ways. And this is incorrect, because this is a way of weakening their Eman. So it's very important that the correct thing must also be taught to them. And the correct two hours must be informed to them. And they should be taught those ways so that they can be confident and they can protect themselves as well.

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Question is that the concept of the jinn is mainly found amongst Muslims or not other people. Like for example, Christians, they don't talk much about this stuff.

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The thing is that shavon, who does he bother?

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Those who are on the truth, isn't it? This is his mission, the one who is a stray, he's not concerned about him, he's not going to bother him at all, he's happy with the way he is. But the one who is on the truth, he is the one that check on is going to go after.

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So this is why such stories, generally you will find amongst two mainly Muslims. And if you think about it, this concept of demons and this concept of exorcism and all of that it's not just limited to Muslims, it's found in other religions in other countries as well. This calling of the spirits and using the spirits, I mean, whatever name they call it, there is this concept of evil spirits, evil beings who may harm you whom people are afraid of. And there are accounts which are true and which are also fabricated. It just depends on how people have interpreted them and how they understand them. But this is the truth that Allah subhanaw taala tells us that the jinn they are

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there, but it doesn't mean that they can do whatever they want. There are ways of protecting yourself as well.

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Yesterday, I was telling you about the Jews who are Amish, who live in the houses of people, with them, sometimes bothering them and sometimes completely aloof from the meeting, they have no interaction with the people. I mean, it's quite possible. They're just sitting here as well listening.

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A lot of artists because we learned that it's done on a phenomenal gene, right? They listen to the Quran, just as the angels they gather up in order to be a part of the majority. So they could similarly Jen also those who are righteous amongst them, they are like that. And perhaps you may have heard of stories where genes have been students of knowledge they have been learning.

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Unfortunately, this is so common amongst people that anytime you mentioned the word jinn, they become afraid. So we need to realize that they're just another creation, Just Like Other Animals are just like human beings are. And we don't need to be afraid of them simply because they have some abilities that we don't have.

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There are things that exists which we don't see like for example, very minute bacteria that is invisible to the naked eye, just because it's there, are you afraid of it? No. Similarly there are genes who are there and just because you don't see them doesn't mean you should be afraid of them. And remember that the more you fear them, the more arrogant they become facade to whom Raka so there is no need to be afraid of them rather be confident because Allah soprano God has made you superior to the gym. You know, this is just like, you know, when dealing with certain animals, you have to have confidence if you become weak.

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If you scream, what's going to happen? They will also attack you. But if you stand firm then what's going to happen they will also go away isn't it? So, it really depends on yourself how confident you are. And this confidence this inner strength you only get from the Quran you only get from

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so many benefits of reading the article regularly along with the reward There is also protection so we must never ever compromise on that. Okay, let's continue

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on with the relationship on investment over and over him

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and Allah has revealed that if they had remained straight on the way, we would have given them abundant provision What? and Louie Louie is an end low work and low.

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So what and on that low, if is the camo, they remained firm. What what is what, how, and what does that show that this is connected with the previous statement? At the beginning of the Soto, what did we learn? On Ohio, ILA, you say it has been revealed to me what has been revealed to me that unknown customer Ana phenomenal Jennifer kado in North America called Anna Jabba and then the statement the conversation of the jinn whatever they told their people is mentioned.

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And after that, once the canal of the gin is completed, then a las panatela says what are we meaning and also say? And also say that it has been revealed to me what that lowest car more I look at this fact has also been revealed to me that if the people remain firm on the vehicle, then what would happen? The last panel data would have given them abundant provision is the car more either party aka a party aka What does it mean the way practices norm culture believes the method other people

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and over here a party refers to the right but for the Buddha, the correct way, the way that the messengers are a lot of cellebrite which is taught by the Quran.

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So if the people did not just believe, but they believed and they also became firm on this way, then what would happen? Let us stay in our home surely we would have given them to drink a scaner this is from seeing of SETI is our is to give water to give to drink to irrigate. So we would have given them to drink what Matt and hada abundant water, we would have given them abundant water to drink.

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Milk is from the letters lane, then cough and a lot of means Cathy's abundant, that which is in profusion, which is ample. Basically all that means if a lot when something is in excess, and when something is also abundant, meaning there's a lot of it. And another car. This is an expression, which the Arabs used for the abundance of wealth, the abundance of children, agriculture, health, safety, so on and so forth. So basically, this means man, another car, what does it mean? abundant water? And what does that symbolize? What is abundant water symbolize? wealth and abundance of provision? Because if you think about it, water is the source of life. Allah subhanaw taala tells us

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that we're jarana we then met ecola, saying, hey, every living thing, what has it been made from? Water. So if there's water, then there's going to be plants, then there's going to be food, then they're going to be animals who will have food to eat, then they will be milled, then there'll be business then there'll be money and what that money, you know, people can make things people can increase in their livelihood, they can live easy lives. So all of this starts from what

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water. So if the people became firm on the torico on the right way, a lot would give them abundant water to drink.

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Meaning he would give them abundant provision. But first, a person must fulfill the condition and what is that condition? That he must remain firm on the right way.

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If you see in these ads, we have learned about how the jinn they heard the Quran and what did they say? Yeah, De La Roche de furama NaVi, we have believed in it we have believed in the Quran.

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So believing sometimes initially is easy, right? Because as soon as you come to know of the truth, you're in that emotional state. It really hits you and as a result, you

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Believe you change, but then maintaining that change is actually the challenge isn't living up to it, proving it through ups and downs of life through the difficulties that a person faces. That is the real challenge.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says that if the people become firm on the right way, then what's going to happen? Allah will give them Ma and hardaker in this dunya.

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Allah will give them abundant provision, he will make their lives easier for them.

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And this is something very, very true. If you think about it, during the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam this habit, they went through many, many difficulties. However, throughout those difficulties, what was their reaction that they remained very firm is the camaraderie

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whether it was their own families turning against them, or it was them losing their own lives and properties. They remained firm. And when they remained firm, Allah subhanaw taala gave them abundant provision.

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Remember, that at the title of worker of the land, he was the first halifa What happened was that there was so much wealth, so much wealth in the Muslim lands, that have a bucket of the land, who had appointed stipends for every individual of the society. Just imagine, those were embraced Islam earlier, and those who had embraced Islam much later, those who will go out for Jihad and those who would be at home for whatever reason, men, women, children, elderly, all of them would get stipends from the government. Just imagine the amount of wealth that the Muslim government possessed. And this continued at the time of aroma of the Allahu anhu as well.

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So, implementing the deen becoming firm on the deen, yes, that is very challenging, it becomes difficult a person suffers, he has to sacrifice, he has to spend money, isn't it so and sometimes spending that money is not easy. It's very difficult. making those sacrifices is not easy. But look at the reward. Allah says if you become firm, Allah will give you abundantly.

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It's just a matter of a few years, it's just a matter of some time, you become firm, bear the hardships, and Allah will not abandon you, He will give you a lot of risk.

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And this is something very true that initially a person does have to face challenges. But if he remains firm, and he does not give up and what happens after some time, things do become easier, isn't it?

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For example, if a person starts a business, in the initial years, he has to be very, very careful. But very soon, things do become easy. Similarly, a person is working. Initially, he has to save up he has to be very careful about spending. However, after sometimes things do become easy, but they don't become easy. Unless a person has remained firm.

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We see how the companions how they were before and how after Islam, their lives completely turned around. For example, a blu ray to the leader who and who, you know who he was, before he came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he worked as a porter, that when people would travel, he would basically carry their luggage loaded onto their animals, and then take it off their animals. So he worked as a porter, mainly.

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And all that he got for his work was two meals a day. That's all he earned just two meals a day.

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And he left everything. And he came to the profits are allowed to sell them and how did he study day and night through hunger, through fatigue through everything. So many incidents we learned about avoidable the learner that how he was hungry, and he was hoping that somebody would give him some food. So he went to Abu Bakar are modelled in Arnhem. And finally, when the prophet SAW that a lot of them saw him, he took him home and gave him food. So we'll go right along the line, he remained firm, despite the difficulties, he didn't say, forget about it. At least I got two meals a day before. No, he remained firm. And then what happened after sometime

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after the death of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was famous for his knowledge. There were people who would come and learn from him. And eventually he was made the governor. Can you imagine

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a person who worked as a porter, who barely earned two meals a day? He is made what a governor and the woman whom he worked for, eventually what happened? He married her. Just imagine.

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Imagine he married his boss. So look how things changed for him. But it did not happen except with hardship.

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Allah subhanaw taala brings about ease after difficulty, but you have to go through the difficulty with a lot of perseverance you have to have is the karma. You cannot give up over there.

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Because remember that Allah subhanaw taala always tests a person isn't it?

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It's very easy to make big claims. But then Allah subhanaw taala tests the person does he actually mean it? Is he going to prove it?

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So the hardships that a person is going through these are only tests. And if a person remains firm and then then look at the reward, let us know how much

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we will give them abundant provision, we will give them abundant water to drink, we will fill their lives with plentitude we will not leave them in poverty. No, we will give them abundantly. And out of the Narnia we see that used to remind himself that Oh Rama, what were you before? And look how people call you a noodle what we need now, that what were you before? Nothing, just an ordinary person? Yes, who was a bully, perhaps, who had a lot of strength or who was wealthy, who love to drink, who love to go out who love to be with his friends, but that's about it. But then afterwards, when Islam came in his life and he was changed, look at how the people called him a mural would mean

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leader of the believers, let us pray now who man

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and over here, man,

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this water this abundant water doesn't just refer to material provision, physical provision, but it also applies to spiritual provision.

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Because many times in the Quran and Sunnah we see that rain has been compared to Revelation, isn't it?

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Because just as rain brings about life, Revelation, knowledge, that also revives the dead heart of a person,

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that is also important for the life of the soul. So if a person remains firm, with a lowest common Riccati, if a person remains firm on the right way, meaning whatever he has learned, he remains firm on it, he doesn't forget it. Rather, he remembers it, he implements it, he takes advantage of it, he applies it in his life, then what will happen a lot will give him more knowledge.

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Allah will give him more nourishment.

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Because there are some people who are thirsty, who are hungry, not for material food, not for physical food. But what are the thirsty for they're thirsty for more knowledge. That's what they want to have more of. They're not satisfied by having a glass of water, but what is it that truly satisfies them, when they have knowledge when they learn something new, when they know what more to do. So, when a person remains firm, meaning whatever he has learned, he doesn't forget it, but rather he implements it, then what will happen is panel data will give him more and more knowledge.

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Allah will increase him in his knowledge. Just take the example of Abu hurayrah below that how he was thirsty for knowledge. And when he remained firm, despite the difficulties, Allah subhanaw taala increased him in his knowledge, that he is the one who narrated so many Hadith that other people had no idea about. I showed it and I used to ask him, when did you hear that? How did you come to know of it? And what did he say? What did he say? He would say that while you were busy dressing up yourself in your house, then I would be busy learning.

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Imagine he did not get married during that time. He did not build any house or business for himself. He stayed in the masjid. Doesn't that require a lot of his to karma. Just think about it. Those of you who are in the hospital, for example, how difficult it is sometimes to go through every single day. You know, people are going out and you go to the same hospital. Sometimes it's the basement, and then you were there. And all you have to just follow the routine. It's difficult. Similarly, those of you who are not in the hospital even you might find it difficult as well. Sometimes that you have such a dull routine, you go home, you study, you come back the next day, and other people

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are going out partying gear there. You feel as though you live such a boring life. Sometimes people even make you feel like that. But no need to feel like this. Because you remain firm on this way Allah will give you more

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Sonico sugar Mama, Derrick's was mentioning in his lecture poetry provision that when he was students who was 20 years old in the morning, tonight, he will be no gatherings of knowledge helping the chef serving dishes from one ship to another ship. And he said that after after he will see everyone leaving. They're going to the marketplace and earning money. So one day the story came to his mind. And he say, look, I have wife and son. I can't even buy anything for them. And if I continue like this on this path, maybe after 20 years, I want to have a car, I want to be able to provide for my children. So what to do? So he wrote this question to his chef. And then when they

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read this question, he felt bad and he looked down. And then he looked up to him. He said, Oh young men, all done on what you have right now. If you hold on this blessing of knowledge, they're all the risk will come

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To you, but if you let it go, then there is quill or saga from you. But I could not imagine that he struggled like this. If you look now he has so much he has a TV shows, and he writes a lot of books, he teaches a lot of people, unless one of them I gave him all of that, you know, true. So this is why the word is Tacoma has been used right now is the car move. Because it's very tempting. It's very difficult. You want to do something else, and the difficulties that you endure, and then especially, you know, when you have to provide for your family, it's very difficult to live like that. But if a person remains firm, then Allah subhanaw taala promises him that assignor Houma and

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it's a huge inclusion for every person, not just men, but even women. Because sometimes even we are concerned that what if I get married? And what if something happens? And what if I have to work? And the thing is that every day, every creature who provides word, Allah subhanaw taala isn't it's a loss of power data tells us into under so many data who do not pay, there is a law is the one who provides them, isn't it? So aren't you at that? course you are. So your risk is also upon who? Allah He will provide you. You become firm on his way, and Allah will provide for you as well.

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And whatever a person gets this worldly provision even that a person gets what is it, it is a test, Lena Steena whom fee, so we might test them there in we might test them through it. Lena Dena home, fitna

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meaning, even when Allah subhanaw taala rewards a person abundantly for his good for his his two comma.

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Four is holding on to whatever he has learned and not forgetting it. Whatever reward Allah gives him, even that reward itself is what I test. Because the tests of this life, they never come to an end. You go through difficulty, Allah creates ease for you. And when Allah creates ease for you, that too is a test that what do you do in that state? Do you forget what you have learned? Do you put aside what you have learned? And you just start indulging yourself in the luxuries of this world? Do you become grateful to Allah? Or do you become distant from Allah clean f Dena home fee? Because we see that the Sahaba, even though so much dounia came to them? Were they distracted?

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Because of it? No, they weren't.

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or most of the learn who was the halifa. But do we see him indulging in all of that wealth? No, he would give it he would distribute it amongst the people. But at the same time, he will be working hard during the night during the day, busy worshiping Allah soprano that we see that are motovlogger despite the fact that he was a halifa, he would go and treat the sick camels himself, and especially the sick animals who would develop this kind of disease on their skin. The treatment is very horrible, in the sense that it's like tar liquid pitch that you have to put on the camels because this is how that skin can be treated. But we see that a little bit on him despite being the halifa

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he would go into it himself. For this Generally, people would hire slaves, but irmo dinardo would go and do it himself. Lina Athena home fee, it's a test that even when Allah subhanaw taala brings you man, another call. What do you do? Do you get lost in it? Or do you still do what you're supposed to do? Lena Tina, home fee,

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woman your adult on zicklin OBE and whoever turns away from the remembrance of his Lord, what is the vicar of his Lord? The Quran? That he learned the Quran but he loved it. He studied the Quran, but then he forgot it. He opened the Quran learned it, but then he closed it and put it away. Woman your adult equity OBE Yes, look, where are they Evan sarada he will put him into a very difficult punishment, ever growing punishment. This is the recompense of the one who turns away from the dhikr of Allah. Remember that when a person learns the Quran, when a person believes when a person studies, it is his responsibility that he must implement it as well. And it is the implementation

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which is a challenge, where a person must become firm. If he becomes firm, Allah will create ease for him.

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However, the one who turns away when you're active on Zicree OBE, then look at the other side, doesn't mean things will be easy for him. No, yes, look, rather than sarda a lot will put him into a very difficult punishment.

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The word sarda is from newsletter Assad I in the and it's from the word so rude. So rude is to ascend to go upwards. And from this sarada is to be hard to be very difficult because as you have

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to ascend as you have to climb up, it's difficult compared to coming down.

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So sarada What does it mean? A very torturous, harsh, severe, agonizing, ever growing punishment that punishment will never decrease fallenness either come Illa either that punishment will only grow in its intensity, or they haven't thought either.

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Secondly, it is also said even our basil there are no he said concerning other than sarada The third is a slippery mountain in hell. It is a slippery mountain in Hellfire, which the people of Hellfire will climb but due to its slippery ness, they will fall to it's a mountain and Hellfire, which as punishment, the people will be taught to ascend to climb, but because it's very steep and slippery, what will happen? They will climb, but they will fall, they will climb and they will fall. This is how they will be punished. Yes, Luke or Devon sarada.

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Now the same thing is mentioned in sort of Ohio as well. A last panel data tells us into the Ohio 124 126. That woman Arnold on Zicree for inilah humare should have been the one who turns away from the remembrance of his Lord, that he forgets to put on leaves the Quran does not implement it, then what will happen? Indeed, he will have a depressed life Marie shut on Blanca even in this dunya he will suffer, he will suffer from sadness, he will suffer from difficulty from depression from guilt, he will never be happy. And we see this, that people who, for example, come towards the dean but then they leave it they may appear to be very happy. But if you really ask them, they will tell you

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they're not happy.

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Ask any person who for example, memorize the Quran and then did not revise it, study the Quran and then did not continue with it. Learn the Quran but then left it any person. They may appear to be happy, but they're depressed. They're sad. They cried every little thing. They're not happy they're not satisfied with what they're doing. Because Allah says woman out of the unluckily for in Allahumma ratioed on banca

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when a shooter who Yokoyama to Arma. In the dunya difficult life in the Hereafter, he will be gathered how blind

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Allah believe Mahesh of Tony Arma locodoco tuba sila he will question you will ask that Oh Allah, why did you gather me Why did you raise me up as blind? Well I could see in the dunya Allah subhanaw taala will say Allah Danica estetica i a tuna fantasy to her. My ayat came to you but you forgot them directly. And today you will be forgotten as well.

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So we see two ways over here. Those who hold on to the religion those who become firm on the deen then what happens for them is reward, abundant provision, ease plentitude in this life and also in the hereafter. And on the other hand, those who turn away from the dhikr of Allah, for them is difficulty punishment in this dunya and also in the hereafter

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intermarry that is number 66. Also, we learn about the people of the book that will unknown a camuto lotta while in jail, while my own Zilla la humor became like aluminum foil team woman data of Julian,

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that if the people of the book if they had upheld the law of the Torah, and the gospel meaning they abided by the Torah and the Gospel, whatever teachings were given to them, they lived according to them, and what has been revealed to them from their Lord, they would have consumed provision from above them and from beneath their feet.

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Allah would have filled their lives with risk from above and from below, Allah would give them abundantly,

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inserted above 96 also we learn when an era Manu waterco de la him borrow katomina center he will if the people of the cities had believed and feared Allah, we would have opened upon them blessings from the heaven and the earth borrow cat from the sky and from the earth. So this is a promise of a loss of panel data. A person who holds on to the dean Allah will give him more so doba right conduct repentance holding on to the truth remaining firm on it is the fall all of this leads to abundant blessings.

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Incidents new how to what did we learn new Hello Sam said to the people for called to sell Fedora back home in Ocala, Florida. Use in a summer early commit

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you turn to Allah. Allah will send the sky upon you in abundance or you can be unwell in weapon in wager unwelcome genetic, welcome and Hara. All of this will happen when this is a promise for who

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the one who holds on to the liquor of Allah

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the one who believes

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Allah, the One who turns to Allah, the One who has a strong connection with the book of Allah, the One who does not abandon the book of Allah, the One who seeks a loss forgiveness becomes firm on the deen, all of these blessings are for him.

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And on the other hand, if a person turns away from that they could have Allah, then what's the result? He loses this dunya and also the, whatever he has of this dunya even that is taken away from him.

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Remember the story of the people of the garden?

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They had the garden and what happened when they became stingy, when they did not remember Allah, Lola to set behold when they did not do this V. When they forgot Allah, what happened, the garden also was destroyed.

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Similarly, in certain Caf, we learned about the man who had those two gardens, and what happened with him. When he forgot Allah. Then his garden was also destroyed what were hated with MIT, it was finished.

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So this is a reality. When a person is true to his Lord, Allah will also make his life easy. And when a person turns away from his Lord, Allah also abandons him,

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whatever he has of this dunya he loses that even and even if he has that he will have no Sukkot no peace, and in the Hereafter, definitely such a person will be empty handed.

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anonymous energy that he learned he and that the masajid are for Allah wa and this is also marked off with what the beginning of the sorta that this also has been revealed to me.

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This also has been revealed to me that indeed the Maasai, who do they belong to? Allah? Who are they built for? Whose worship the worship of Allah subhanaw taala only?

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So when they're built for the worship of Allah, then falletta there Omar Allah He had a den do not invoke with Allah anyone at all.

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Massage it is a plural of Masjid and what are massage? The places of such the the places that are built that are specifically for what the worship of Allah soprano, will you to follow? What such places in which Sunnah is performed?

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Now, the people of the book, when they would specify a place for the worship of Allah, like, for example, whatever, church, Cathedral, synagogue, whatever they had, whenever they would enter these places, what would they do? Or what do they still do? Do they only worship Allah? No, they also call upon others besides Allah.

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Similarly, the machine they would enter into the harem, and would they only call upon Allah? No, they would call upon their idols lead and resign, so on and so forth. So over here, a loss of panel data is instructing the believers that masajid worship places they are built for who's worship, almost.

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Therefore, when you enter them, when you go there, then only worship Ooh, Allah soprano, tada filata rumor en la he had a

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falletta the rumor en la he had a

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Now this does not mean that outside of the masjid It is okay. No, it's not okay. Because if you think about it, the entire Earth is what a place of worship for us, right? We can worship a las pangkalan anywhere except that it's a bathroom or a graveyard. That's a place where we don't perform the Salah because it's a place that's not clean and it's a place where it might lead to shake and so on and so forth. This ayah does not mean that it's okay to worship Allah outside of the massage. No,

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it's not permissible anywhere but it's worse in the massage. You understand

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it's not permissible to call upon others besides Allah outside of the massage it even but it's worse in the massage. Because the massage they are built exclusively for the worship of Allah.

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So when they're built for the worship of Allah, that only Allah should be worshipped there, no one else about him.

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Some have said that the massage it over here refers to the entire earth because the entire Earth is a place of such that so do not do sided upon it for other than the Holic

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falletta the rumor Allah he had anywhere upon the earth, because the entire Earth is what a place of worship.

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Others have said that massage it over here gives the meaning of the body parts. Because massage is a plural of must did or must get right. So it is the place of sudo. So when you do sudo what do you do so do it with certain limbs right?

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Are your hands and your knees on the ground and your feet and your legs and your arms? your entire body is involved in that right? So, these limbs that the slave uses to worship Allah soprano tada who has given them to him. Allah subhanaw taala, isn't it?

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So when Allah is the one who has given you these limbs with which you do such that, then do not prostrate to anyone except them. Do not prostrate before anyone except Allah.

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Because these limbs who has given them to you, Allah and Allah said that they laugh. And someone said that massage over here gives meaning of sudo

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gives me enough muster. So all of the sujood who deserves them? Allah only falletta Omar luchador

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This is why we're not allowed to do such that to anyone but almost primetime.

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So this ayah tells us very clearly that the purpose of a Masjid is what the worship of Allah soprano tada to prostrate before him. Do you remember him and insert the nude I 36. We have learned people using it in a long until fall where youth got off he has moved. You said be heard and will be habitable, do we? Well, I saw that this is what the massages are for. That allows names should be raised a law's name should be mentioned. A lot should be glorified in the morning in the evening.

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And this is why we see that when that Bedouin came to the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and he urinated over there. Why did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam tell him that the massages are not built for this purpose meaning massages are not toilets? What are they built for? For the dhikr of Allah? And what is related to that? For the vicar of Allah and whatever is related to that. So when you come to the masjid, what should you do? worship alone and not use it for other things. And this is why we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also said that when you see a person buying or selling in the masjid then c'est la vie Allah who teach errata that May Allah not make your agenda

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successful? May you find no profit in your job.

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And if someone announces a lost item, then say, Hello, who are Laika? That may or may not return it to you.

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Meaning may you never find it. Why? Because for internal massage either learn to vanilla delic because the massages are not built for this purpose. massages are not built, so that they become business spaces, they turn into marketplaces, no massages are built for the purpose of worship. Similarly, massages are not built to that people come and they start announcing whatever they have lost or whatever they're looking for it No, this is not the objective of the mustard. What is the objective worship of Allah. Therefore, letter, the rumor of a herder.

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And we see that our model did Arnhem, he was so strict about this, that he would not let any other activity except for the worship of Allah subhanaw taala. They could have a low whatever is related to that happen in the masjid at all. And we see that during his time, he had this place built outside of the masjid, onto a site and that podium kind of thing. It was known as Baba. And he said that whoever wishes to speak, and whoever wishes to say portray, and whoever wishes to raise his voice, that he may go outside and do it there.

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meaning you're not allowed to do this stuff in the West. If you want to raise your voice. If you want to say boy, if you want to show up you want to talk go there. You can't do it in the masjid. Why? Because massages are for who? Allah soprano down there exclusively for the worship of Allah. Philately Roma Allah He

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will know who Lama Kama Abdullah he and that meaning we're all here in a year and this has also been revealed to me. This has also been revealed to me, meaning the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that landmark Omar Abdullah he, when the servant of Allah stood, why, yet Ooh, to call upon him to call upon who? Allah soprano.

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So when the servant of Allah stood in order to worship Allah, in other words, and who is the servant of Allah referring to over here, the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So when he stood in order to worship Allah, what happened?

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guddu they were almost Yoku noona they were, or lay upon him, meaning upon the Prophet sallallahu Sallam liba A compacted mass. It was as though all of them had gathered around him and turned into a compacted mass around the meaning all of them had come very close to him. What is this referring to?

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This has been understood in two ways. First of all, let's look at the meaning of the word liberty. And then I will tell you the meanings the word Liberty

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has also been read as lubert. And it's the plural of the word lived.

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And lived is basically a group, a crowd in which some are above others, a crowd in which some are above others.

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You see if you know something is going on and lots of people gather around that place, everybody wants to see what's going to happen. What's going to happen, some people are going to try to get on top of others, they're going to try to, you know, get on top of somebody else's shoulders or their head and see what's going on, isn't it so similarly, another person will bring a chair, they will get onto the chair, other person will stand on a rock or get on top of a tree. Why? So that they can see what's going on? Understand, this is the kind of a crowd that limit is

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in which some people are on top of others, all people are not standing at the same level. Understand. So first of all, it's a very dense, a compacted crowd. And then on top of that, how are the people of this crowd, one on top of the other?

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So how is this been understood?

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That first of all, the meaning of this is that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam stood in prayer, and he was reciting the Quran, remember on his way to the market, and he stopped by and he was performing the facade over there, and he was reciting the Quran in his Sunnah. So karma, he stood in prayer are the law he mean the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he had the rule he was calling upon Allah, meaning he was worshipping Allah, how by reciting the Quran, what happened? The jinn they listen to him at that time, isn't it so? It's tomorrow, they heard the Quran at that time.

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Now, when they were listening to him, they were almost up on the profit side alongside him in heaps, they were crowding around him, as though on top of him so many of them, why? in their eagerness to listen to them.

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They were so eager to listen to the Quran that they were as though crowding on top of him, one on top of the other, meaning they drew very, very near to him.

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This is very similar to how the angels when they come upon a gathering of liquid, what do they do? What do they do? They also gather up over there and their gatherings, how are they they reach up to the lowest sky almost, isn't it so one on top of the other.

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So similarly, these gin also, they started listening to the plan. And what happened? A group of them came another group another group gave, and so many of them had come up with listening to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, Godot, una de la vida. As if they were heaped on top of him heaps of gin around him by the compacted mass. What is it? Sure.

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There were so eager to listen to the Quran.

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And when they were listening, what did they do? They actually called one another as well.

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You know, just imagine you're going by somewhere all of a sudden you see a huge crowd What are you gonna do?

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You're gonna go and stop by over there what's going on? So like this, so many Jim gathered up, in their eagerness listen to the

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second Secondly, it has been said that carriacou Luna Allah delivered this refers to this is when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam stood to do that what two people Kama Abdullah, he stood up Why? To do that? What to people? And he was calling people to Allah soprano, Darla. And how would you do that by reciting the Quran? So what happened? The people and the jinn, they would gather up around him, why, in order to invalidate the truth that he had brought in order to make noise in order to ridicule him in order to make fun of him in order to extinguish the light that he had brought.

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This is very similar to what we had learned earlier family Latina cafaro de Bella Catherine, Anil Yamini or unashamedly, are easy. Remember that they would crowd around him they would come in groups. Why do you harass him to bother him?

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So can do your kuno Nana hilleberg vida, look at these people, what's wrong with them? That he's standing calling people to Allah, and they're just gathering around him in crowds? On top of him almost what's their problem? cabuya coluna la la vida.

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Cool say to them, that innama other rule of beat or profits or alarmism tell the people that I only invoke My Lord in my other room or be I worship Who? Only my lord The one who has created me when I wish he could be a hater and I do not associate anyone with him.

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I only worship My Lord. He does not have any partners. Why do you oppose me? Is this really something worth opposing for because when they would gather around

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him to ridicule him to market him. Why was it so out of opposition? So the profits of a lot of cinema store to tell the people that what's the big deal, I'm only worshipping My Lord, I only invoke My Lord, I don't associate any partners with him.

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And I only invoke him I seek His help and I put my trust in Him. So do whatever you please in my opposition, go ahead, do whatever you want, I call upon him, and I trust on him.

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I say to them, in need, indeed, I let him licola come, I do not possess for you long run any harm when Russia nor any right direction.

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I do not have any power to guide you any power to misguide you, who am I I am only a human being whose responsibility is to convey and I am conveying the message to you. This is why I'm standing here. This is why I recite the Quran. And I have no control over the affairs of your guidance or your misguidance

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the power to harm the power to benefit the power to guide the power to misguide who has that Allah subhanaw taala only and what is my responsibility to convey for that kid in Nevada and Tomodachi plus de la him be most likely

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to say in me indeed I lay Gilani min Allah he hadn't, they will never protect me from Allah, anyone at all. Laying you derani nan can protect me you da da, da, da, da who is a

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neighbor, and ijarah is to give protection.

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So no one can protect me against Allah, meaning against his punishment if I were to disobey Him, I hadn't anyone at all, when Elijah and I will never find Min dooney besides Him will hada any refuge

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will the head is from lamb. What does that mean? to deviate to go sideways and from this is the grave as well, which is dug on to a site like a niche onto a site. And we'll head this isms off. And what does it mean place of refuge, place of refuge because the grave also it gives refuge to the dead, isn't it so it gives refuge to the dead. It protects them covers a miser

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Imagine if the people were punished, if our that will cover was given on the surface of the earth. Just imagine the humiliation.

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So the grave What does it do?

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It gives refuge to the dead.

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So multihead is a place of refuge.

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So I would not find besides Allah any refuge.

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Why is this being said

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that say to the people, that no one can protect me against the punishment of Allah if I were to disobey Him. And if allow her to leave me I would not find any protection besides any refuge. Why is this being said that even I am responsible, if I'm conveying to you. If I'm telling you to worship Allah alone, I am supposed to do the same thing as well.

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If you are held accountable, I will be held accountable. And I have to fulfill my responsibility and what was the responsibility given to him

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that he had to convey?

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We listened to the recitation and then we'll continue

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If you think about it, this is what

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if this is the Djinn the first meaning that they gather around the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to listen to him? What does it show

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their eagerness to for knowledge to listen to the Quran.

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how eager they were, they wanted to listen to the show.

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And they were crowding up over there calling one another over there, one on top of the other. And they did not go until the recitation was completed.

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Despite the angels, when they attend such a gathering, they don't go until the gathering is suspended, they call each other, they are looking for such gatherings. And when they come upon such a gathering, they attended, and they call one another and they don't leave until it comes to an end.

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So, in this is also a huge lesson for us. Why is the loss of panatela telling us about this? Look at how eager the genuine look at how they wanted to listen. And they listened so attentively. And just imagine in a crowd like this typically, would you be able to hear anything? Would you know, because generally, people are making noise and they're talking, and you can't hear anything? This is why we learned that it's Tamara. They were listening attentively. And in the ayah, Tara mentioned in sort of a half, what did they say to each other? Honestly, to be quiet, listen attentively.

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So it's very, very important that we must also have the eagerness to listen, and you can only be eager to listen to that which you are interested in. They found the hold on amazing, marvelous in North America, and our Java. Amazing.

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And when you hear something amazing, you don't want to miss even a word.

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You don't want to miss anything. So you don't leave for a moment, and you don't go until it is completed. So this is how the gym listen to the recitation.