Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P03 044B Tafsir Aal-e-Imran 45-46

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Lesson number 44. So, the earlier one is number 45 to 63. In the previous verses we learned that from all of mankind, Allah subhanaw taala chose certain people and certain families and certain tribes. Why? For the work of his Deen they were the ones whom Allah gave the knowledge of his religion to so that they would observe it and they would also deliver it to the rest of mankind. And who are the other money Salah new Hollis around the family of Ibrahim Renison I'm the Family of Imran. And essentially if you think about it, who are these people? After Ibrahim ruinous, Sonoma it came down to the Bani Israel eel. Why were they selected so that they would live by the law? And

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they would also tell others about it. But what have we learned? What did they do? They corrupted the religion they oppose the messengers didn't just oppose them but they actually killed them. And anyone else besides the messengers besides the prophets of Allah, who would remind them who tell them to do good what would they do? They would also kill them. We learned in total Bukhara that Allah subhanaw taala because of the way the Bani Israel you were behaving, he took that privilege away from them what privilege of being the chosen people. We have learned that in total Bukhara. But before that privilege was taken away from them the Bani Israel were given a final warning, a final

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reminder in the form of who a Saturday he said

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that before the privilege was taken away, Allah subhanaw taala sent to them reciting salaam, whose birth was a miracle in itself, who brought clear signs. Why, so that they would know that he indeed is a messenger. When SRL Islam came, he came in order to reform them in order to remind them of what they were supposed to do.

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And he also came to tell them very clearly, of the coming of the last messenger. Why was it necessary for the Bani Israel to know that now, after ESRD, Saranda last messenger was going to come? Because that was the last chance, if they believed in him and followed him, they will be successful? And if they rejected Him, then that was it. Previously, when they killed the messengers, when they rejected them what happened? Allah sent more messengers isn't until one messenger they denied Allah sent another messenger, one messenger, they killed Allah sent another messenger. But now, after Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, no other messenger was going to come. So this is the reason

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why Allah subhanaw taala sent restarted Salam before so that the Bani Israel would become serious, they would repent. And when the last messenger would come, they would believe in Him and they would support him. And this is the reason why everything about restarting salaam was so different. So that when the Bani Israel would see him, they would believe in Him, they would know that he's not a liar. There would be no way for them to doubt his truthfulness. If someone can make a bird and blow spirit into it, and that bird starts to fly. If somebody can bring a dead person to live, I mean, there's got to be something about them, right? And if he's saying, I am the servant of Allah, I do this by

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the permission of Allah, then he is truthful, because he's not claiming divinity. He's saying that I'm here. I'm doing this by the permission of Allah. So why were these miracles given to him so that the Bani Israel would not doubt him at all? So in other words, the truth was very clearly shown to the Bani Israel before the privilege was taken away. And all of this began from where from the story of Imran Imran when she dedicated her child who turned out to be a daughter, right, whom Allah subhanaw taala placed under the guardianship of Zachary yardie Sana, and then eventually, Miriam gave birth to restarted

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so the birth of restart is sunnah is mentioned in these verses, his qualities, His characteristics, they are mentioned in these verses. If callerton Mala Iike to recall when the angel said Yama yum or Merriam in Allah Yuba Shuki Indeed, Allah gives you good news. Have you noticed something so many good news, the courier listen, I was given good news. Maria is given good news. But what is the good news about

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of a child? Some people take that news as a shock, as if somebody has announced to them very bad news. So they start to worry. Some people they start to worry that what's going to happen. The woman begins to feel that that's it. My life is over now. That's when begins to feel more expensive.

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Other family members begin to worry as well. But we see that the news of the birth of a child this is in fact, a good news. So Monday I was told by the angels and this refers to Gibreel that Allah gives you good news of what we Kelly Matthew, men who have a Word from Him. Have a word from Allah. What is this word that Allah gives you good news of a word from Allah, the effect of which will be the birth of your son, because He's our son was not born because of physical causes, in the sense from a father and a mother. He was conceived by his mother when Allah said Be and he was conceived. So Kalama the statement this word it refers to the statement of Allah can be. So a word from Allah.

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Allah says in the Quran, that in the marthaler, Isa in the law, he committed the Adam, the example of SRA Sanam, in the sight of Allah is like that of Adam halacha whom interrupts or Makara who confess Hakuna Allah created Adam from clay. And then he said Be and he became so likewise, just as other in Islam did not have a father did not have a mother, Allah can read or listen without a father. All he needs to say is gone. And that's it. In the Lucha Libre Shuki became a tin man who Allah gives you good news of a word from him. And that child is smooth His name will be a Mercy who are a sub memoriam? This is the full name of a starless Anna, what is that? And Mercy? Risa iblue.

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al mercy is the title, it's the luck of Risa is the name the given name and ignore volume you can say it's like, can you okay? The name of a person, the full complete name of a person includes all of these things. First of all, is the lack of the title. For example, if someone is a medical doctor, then what are they called? Doctor? So in so even if they're your close friends, even if they're your relatives, whenever you refer to them, what do you say? Dr. So and so correct. Why? Because that title as become like their name. If there's a scholar power, they called chef so and so if there's an email, what is it called Imam so and so some people think that their name is Sherif,

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their name is Iman. But that's not actually their name. That's just their title. That's just their luck.

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So Mercy was the luck of the title of who have recited

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Risa was his name and ignore Maria, the son of Maria was a Scania, this is just like, people are called abou so and so I'm so and so or even so and so, right the father of so and so Mother of so and so, so on and so forth. Now, the question is, what does this title and mercy mean?

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And Mercy? The scholars have said that this is from the root mean seen her must? What does must mean? In will do you do must have your head when you have socks on and you're doing well do you do must have your feet? What does that mean? You wipe, right? So must means to wipe to wipe one's hand over something.

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So mercy is one who wipes and when you wipe either you wipe clean, so whatever dirt whatever filth there was, you remove it, imagine you have a Swiffer cloth, and there's dust and you wipe so what's going to happen, all the dust is going to be wiped off. Now that surface is going to become it's going to become clean. So whatever dirt filth there was, it's going to go away. Likewise, bizarrely, his salon, what would he do, of the miracles that he performed was that he would cure the sick. So for example, if someone was blind, they could not see he would wipe his hand over and they would be able to see so that illness would be removed by the wiping of his hand. Likewise, if someone

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suffered from leprosy, he would wipe his hand over the part of the skin that was suffering and by his wiping that suffering would go away. This is just like dust is swept by the cloth that you wipe that area with. So this is one of the reasons why it is said that he was called Al mercy.

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Other scholars have said that the word mercy is from the word must have. Okay, it's from the word must have, which means Jamal beauty. So he was a mercy He was called the beautiful,

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the elegant, the handsome

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Anna another opinion is that the word mercy is from Senia half from the word sia and sia her means to travel to go about and what is it that we know about resources and

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and that he would travel a lot. In order to call the buddy Israel to the truth. It decided that he was Jesus of Nazareth meaning he was known that he was originally from Nazareth, but he doesn't stay there. He's always traveling going from one place to the other.

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Just this morning, I was reading a little bit about him. And I found that in the Bible, it has mentioned Allah Varlaam if it's true or not, because we learn is that if something is mentioned, in the Israeli traditions, then we neither affirm it, nor do we reject it. Okay? Because we don't know if it's the truth, Allahu Allah. But we may read it in order to understand better incident was mentioned about how he started singing when he was 12 years of age, right? He went with his family, and that place they traveled to every year, okay, they would visit the temple for Passover or whatever. So he traveled from a very young age. And when Allah subhanaw taala gave him prophethood.

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Again, he traveled constantly for the purpose of Dawa. Okay, he didn't stay in one place. So, this is the reason why it is said that he was called Mercy.

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So, his title is L mercy. When you hear the word mercy, what else comes to your mind?

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The journal write mercy heard the journal, but why is he called Mercy?

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Yes, because the journal will also travel extensively. He will travel extensively. Why else is he called Mercy? Like I mentioned to you earlier, it's from Messiah and Messiah is to wipe and mercy the structure mercy grammatically, it gives the meaning of one who wipes or one who is wiped over grammatically it gives us two meanings, the subject and the object.

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So the one who wipes over the doer and as an object meaning the one who is wiped over so in the case of recycling sulla mercy means one who wipes but in the case of the judge gives the opposite meaning meaning one who is wiped over because he is mum saw her eye in his eye is wiped off in the sense that he will not be able to see from one eye

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he will be blind in one eye. Who who the gel, that's one of his signs. Okay, that doesn't mean he has one eye in the center. Unfortunately, this is what some people think. Right? And that's the kind of images they make they say oh one eye the gel. No, what it means is that he will have two eyes however one eye in the Hadith we learned it will be like a dried grape, you know, like, completely shriveled up and he will be unable to see from one eye one eye the gel. Okay. So anyway, the title of SRA Sinha, mercy, His name or ISA and then what is mentioned IGNOU ammonium, he is the son of Maria.

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Typically people are called the son of who their fathers right their father's name is given Allah subhanaw taala told us in the Quran or the rumely Obey Him, call people by the names of their fathers. This is how people should be named not after their mothers, but after their father's last name should be the father's. But over here we see that recited Islam was given his mother's name if no millennium the son of Maria, why?

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Because he had no father.

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And in the Quran repeatedly, you will notice this, that it is said Risa ibru Maria Risa IGNOU Maria repeatedly you will see this that he is not mentioned just as Risa but if nobody was always mentioned most of the time, why? To make it very clear that he did not have a father he was only the son of Maria and no one else. He was only the son of Maria and no one else he did not have a father. He did not have an illegitimate birth. No, he was not one of those Zina he simply did not have a father. It's as simple as that Risa IGNOU Maria and we see over here that the angel he came and told muddy him about the birth of her son making it very clear that he was going to be created by the

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Kalima of Allah. This is how he was going to be created. And secondly, that he will be her son, not the son of any man, not the Son of God, not the son of anyone else but Maria, or ISA, if no Maria and after mentioning his name, the angel tells Maria about the characteristics of a Saturday sinner. First of all, would you hunt for dunya while honorable in this world and in the Hereafter, the word YG is from Well, Jim her watch and watch means

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face. So what g is one who has a face, not everyone has a face, but some people's faces are such that you see, and you remember, you see, and you get inspired. You see, and you get affected, you see, and you can never, ever forget

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some in a good way, and others in a bad way Is that so? Is that so that sometimes it happens that you are in a crowd, there are so many people, you see so many people's faces, and you cannot recall the face of every single person. But some people are standing out in the crowd. Why? Because of perhaps the way they're talking or the way they're looking the way they're carrying themselves. whatever they're doing, so you will remember their face. This is the reason why the word what GE is used for someone who is very impressive, very charismatic, the one who is are inspiring people that are affected by him. So this is one of the meanings of the word YG.

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Secondly, the sound of the word YG is from Jan Jean. Well, her and what does Jack mean? Jack means shut off nobility, it means McKenna position it means the other leadership.

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So what g is the soldier meaning the one who is notable, the one who is honorable, the one who has a high position in the sight of people, the one who leads others, the one who is followed by others who stands out from a crowd, the one who is accepted by people. So these are all the meanings of the word YG. And I hope you wrote them down. So what G Hanford duniya will have her

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she is told he will be what G in the dunya and in the Accra. And what does he mean by this, he'll be working in the dunya and the aka that in this world, he will have a high position in the sight of people, meaning people will have a lot of respect for him, he will be a very impressive individual. He will be a very impressive personality people will get impressed by him, they will get inspired by him in this world. And why is it that he had a high position? Why was it that he was like this? Because he was of the prophets of Allah and someone who is a prophet of Allah, then he is definitely what he he definitely has a high status. Correct. Is that so? Yes, because we see that not just the

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people who believed in your Silas and I'm at his time had respect for him, but we as Muslims who have come hundreds and hundreds of years after him, even we have respect for him.

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We love him, right? So what G Hanford Donia a high position in this world.

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There are very few people, very few individuals who get such a position that they are remembered they are respected for centuries, for centuries. Look at other realism, the first human being he was also a jihad for dunya. Right, all the prophets of Allah wa jihad for dunya they had a high status a high position in this world, because they were given prophethood

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and how is he going to be witchy in the hereafter phylloxera. How will he have the highest status in the Hereafter? This will be so that if Allah subhanaw taala made him have such a high status in this world, he will definitely reward him with the highest status in the hereafter. We know that the prophets of Allah will be given such ranks in Jannah that others will not be given. The prophets of Allah will be honored on the Day of Judgment in ways that others will not be honored. The Raja Toluna high elevated ranks for the prophets of Allah. So what jihad for dunya? Will akhira now, every person wants that their child be the best child? isn't

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their child be the best child. I was sitting with a group of people recently and one of the mothers or toddler was behaving in a way that she was not happy with. And I was assuring her that look, this is fine. It's perfectly normal. You know, I've seen this kid doing this. I've seen my kid do this. I've seen many kids doing this. It's not a big deal. Relax. You know, the child was so happy and the mother was freaking out. So I was trying to assure her that this is not because your child is a bad or anything. This is just what children do.

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She said that, but every mother thinks that her child will be perfect right? Her child will be different. He won't do the bad things that other children do. So every parent wants that their child be the best child. Now imagine muddy and what is she told your son will not just be good and successful and have a high status in this world, but also in the hereafter. Great in dunya and great in akhira what G Hanford dunya Well, hello

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And the best part where Meenal will cover been, and he will be of those who are brought near mocha Robina is a plural of macabre from the root letters of robber poor closeness. And mocha rub is one who is brought close, one who is brought near, brought close to who he will be of those who are brought close by close to whom, to Allah subhanho wa Taala when were in this world and in the Hereafter, what do we think that inshallah in the Hereafter, no will be in Jannah will be close to Allah. But the thing is, that a person cannot attain closeness to Allah in the Hereafter, if he does not attain closeness to Allah in this world, did you hear that? A person cannot be close to Allah in

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the hereafter. If he or she is not close to him in this world, ASR this amount will be of the macabre been in the hereafter. Why? Because he was close to Allah here in this dunya. It's not possible that a person does not have love for Allah does not sacrifice for Allah does not do sudo to come closer to Allah does not give sadaqa for the sake of Allah does not strive in the Cause of Allah. And he thinks that in the Hereafter with a miracle, he will be of the highest of the high. It's not possible. You can only attain heights in the hereafter. If you've attained heights in a man in this world.

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The more Eman a person has, the more Ibadah a person does, the more external person does, the higher his position will be in the hereafter. The closest that a person feels in this world, only because of that he'll be close to Allah in the hereafter. Because the fact is that our spiritual state in the dunya will be our physical state in the hereafter.

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If we're spiritually far from Allah, then we will be physically far from Allah in the next world tool. But if we are spiritually close to Allah, we feel that closeness only then we can be close to Allah in the hereafter to so Wamena mocha Rabin, he will be of the Mocha ravine. Now the question is, how can we be close to Allah in this world? How? If you talk about someone, if you say about someone, they're very close to me, what does it mean? They're always sitting next to you. Is that what it means? What does it mean?

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That you know them they know you, you know how to make them happy. They know what you like, you know what they like? They know what you don't like, you know what they don't like. So what is that called?

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Love, friendship. Right? Just like we learned earlier, that if you want Allah to love you, then you have to follow the Prophet Solomon, Solomon, Allah who will love you back. It's a two way relationship you love Allah, Allah loves you in return.

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So how can a person attain that level? One is following this another Prophet salallahu Salam, okay. But what else can we do? To feel closer to Allah to come closer to Allah?

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So dude, in such there, what are you doing? What are you doing? You're begging Allah, you're praising him, you're glorifying him?

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Isn't it? So you're talking to him? And if you don't talk to someone, can you be close to them? When do you feel that a certain individual is very distant from you? They could be your blood relative, but you feel that they are so distant. They could be your spouse, but you feel they're so distant? When, when there's no communication, and the woman you start communicating, then what happens? You feel as if you've come closer? Correct.

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So the first thing that we need to do is communicate with ALLAH to come close to him, communicate with him, talk to him, and how do you do that? By doing two things. When you want to talk to Allah,

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then you pray salah, when you want to listen, then you recite the Quran. These are two things that we have to do.

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Salah sujood recitation of the Quran, this is something that draws a person close to Allah dua supplicating to Allah. This is something that draws a person close to Allah. What do we see in the incidents that are mentioned earlier, especially with the criada salaam, that how he used to call upon Allah making dua to Allah? He might say, Oh, he was a prophet of Allah, he received revelation. Yes. But he spoke to Allah as well. Meaning he made dua, can we not make dua, of course we can also make dua.

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So this is one thing that we have to do communication with Allah. And that includes such that that includes Salah that includes dua that includes recitation of the Quran that includes the Kurds

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The more you remember him, the closer you will be to Him.

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Another thing that we can do to come closer to Allah is being quick in performing good deeds hastening, in performing good deeds in the Quran we learned was savvy corner servicon Hola Ecole, macabre boon that those who are ahead meaning the forerunners, the pioneers, the ones who get ahead, they're the first ones to do good. They will be those who are brought close to Allah on the Day of Judgment. So if we want to be close to Allah, then what do we have to do? We have the salvia cone, do good, quickly, do good. Immediately. Musa alayhis salam,

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when he had an appointment with Allah on Mount tours, he was supposed to go there. And he was supposed to take some people along with him. But he went early and he went very quickly. So Allah subhanaw taala asked him that what made you come so early that you left your people behind? And you came? What was the answer that he gave?

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Were a deal to La cannot be little ball. Oh, Allah. Oh my lord, I came to you quickly so that you would be happy with me.

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So we have to go to Allah quickly. When it comes time to pray, when it comes time to do something good. And opportunities presented before us don't think? Yeah, let me get up. Look at me go. Yeah, okay. yawn, stretch. And then you're like, Okay, fine, forget it. Somebody else will go, somebody else will do it. No, you have to go quickly. The quicker you will go, the more you will hasten and doing good. One thing after the other, the more close you will be to Allah subhanaw taala.

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Think about it. If there is a friend of yours, whom you love, you feel close to them. And they're calling you. You see the phone ringing the first ring, you pick up the phone immediately, don't you? Do you ever say yeah, let it ring, whatever. And if there's a person you don't want to talk to? You see the phone ringing? You're like, Yeah, I'll deal with this later. And you let the phone ring and ring and ring and ring. You don't even hear it anymore because you're not interested in that phone call. When there is love, then you jump, you go quickly. So if we want to come close to Allah, then we have to go quickly towards him to we have to be up the Saba cone. So one minute mocha Rabin he

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will be of those who are brought close to Allah and a person can only be close to Allah in the hereafter if he was close to him in this world

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where you can live on NASA Phil Maddie, what gallon and He will speak to the people in the cradle and in maturity. You can live on from Kalam. He will speak meaning recited Salam will talk to the people while he will be in Elma.

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What is math math is from the real letters meme had L and math is the cradle. You can see the crib or the cart of the baby. And you're not talking about the furniture part. Were you talking about the bed part? Okay, meaning the mattress or the sheet, the covers that have been spread out that have been laid comfortably, so that the child can sleep over there.

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which age group sleeps the most?

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Babies infants, isn't it so the older children become, the less they sleep, isn't it? So to the point that sometimes they need to sleep, they are falling out of extreme tiredness, but they will say I'm not tired. I don't want to sleep. And they will lie in bed for an hour. And their eyes want to shut but they will force their eyes open.

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And they will say the sun is out and we don't want to sleep it's not time to sleep. So anyway, the babies sleep the most infants, and since they sleep the most where are they most of the time?

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Where should they be sleeping in their beds? Right because that's where they will be most comfortable. So mouth, yes cradle, but it refers to the age of infancy.

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On the other hand, from the root, let her scarf her lamb is the age of full manhood meaning when a person has become an adult, to the point that their hair is mostly black, but they're also streaks of gray. Okay, they're almost graying, so it's at that qahal is the age after 30

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after 30 Up until about 50 And after this is Cuba, old age. Okay, so you're talking about the age of maturity.

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So the angel told Marian that your son or ISA will speak to the

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eople in the cradle and also in the age of majority, He will speak to the people in the age of infancy and also as an older person.

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Now speaking, talking in the cradle,

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this is something that is of the miracles of Allah subhanaw taala. This is one of the special things about reciting salaam the Prophet sallallahu sallam said that none but three individuals spoke in infancy. And one of them was who recently said

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and when he spoke, he spoke a very clear and eloquent speech in defense of her mother. When she brought him to the people in sort of Medea, we learn about how when Madame gave birth to Eastern s&m, and she brought him to the people, then the people all of a sudden jumped at her that what is this? How did this happen? You are the daughter of such noble righteous people, what did you do you committed fornication and you had a child, they could not expect him to do such a thing. So they just jumped at her immediately. But Allah subhanaw taala had told me him to not speak even a word. Allah told her that if somebody talks to you then say that I am fasting today, and I shall not speak

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because it was the fast of keeping silent. Okay, that was practiced in that shittier.

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And instead of speaking herself, she just pointed to her baby.

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And when she pointed to her baby, that people said how is this child going to speak? And Allah subhanaw taala tells us that researchers have spoke at that time when for a shout out la con okay if and only woman can a filmer do sabia on India, but Allah recited Salam spoke as a child as an infant as a baby. He said Indeed I am the servant of Allah. Tiny al Kitab avoid your Allah Nina be here he has given me the book and he has made me a profit but your Alani mobile rockin Aina come to me has made me bless it wherever I am, we're all Sani Bisland it was the Cathy madam to hire. And He has commanded me to pray and to give in charity for as long as I live while Belguim be wealthy and I'm

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kind with my mother wala major only Jabatan Shaka and he has not made me a tyrant. Someone who is wretched was salam or Allah Yama, will it do a Yeoman move to Wyoming overthrow Haifa, and peace be on me on the day that I was born on the day that I die, and the day that I will be resurrected. So these are the words that are recited this and I'm spoke as an infant.

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And this is something amazing, because children are not able to talk, they're physically unable to talk until a certain age isn't itself. Even if they're not physically able, they do not know how to speak. Correct, they are not able to some children take more time other children take less time. But this is amazing that a child of a few days old, a few weeks old, he is talking and he's talking in clear words, an eloquent speech, just like an adult would. And an ordinary adult wouldn't. How could he do this? This was because Allah subhanaw taala made him do it. You will notice something about recited Salam that everything about him is extraordinary. It's different. He was unique in every

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way. Look at his birth. Is anyone else born like that?

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Secondly, look at him in infancy. He's talking Have you ever seen or heard of a child talking an infant? Know

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the Bible, they cry? Maximum, they'll giggle but you don't see them talking? And then we see that the kind of miracles he performed? Who is it that can make a bird you know, a sculpture and then just blow room into it and the bird will fly off? Can somebody do that?

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Who is it that can bring the dead to life? Even with all the technology and the advancement, whatever? Can we do something like that? No, we can't. So II Sauron is Salam. Everything he did everything about him was different, extraordinary.

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Very, very different. Why? Because these were the miracles that Allah subhanaw taala had given to him. These were the miracles that Allah had given to him from the time of his birth onwards, so that the people would know that he is someone special and we have to listen to him. They don't doubt him at all.

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And also one more thing. It is said that at the time of reciting salah the people were very interested in the science of medicine, right looking for cures, looking for treatment, so on and so forth. And whenever Allah subhanaw taala gave a miracle to a prophet

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It would be relevant to whatever the people were interested in. Okay, the people of that time were interested in.

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And the miracle would be such that was beyond human ability. So that the masters, the experts of that field would know when they would see the miracle that this is not the work of a man. This has to be divine. Just like Musa alayhis salam, the people of the time of fit are on what were they interested in? What are they really good at? Magic? Which is why for their own what did he do he called all of the magicians to compete against Musa salon.

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And the magicians, the experts, okay, the experts of magic, when they saw the staff of most artists and entered into a snake and devour all of the snakes of the magicians, what happened? They fell down in frustration. They said, this cannot be the work of a man, this cannot be magic. This has to be divine. This has to be from Allah. The Magician's said, they believed Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam at his time, people were interested in what

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speech poetry expression, right eloquence. They were great poets, great poets.

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And when they heard the Quran, it is at the airport, he just heard the surah Alcocer. In our Athena qualcosa. For suddenly the Arabic one had initially ago when he heard that, he said, That's it. I've never seen any word of forgery ever again.

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He said, this has defeated us, he knew that this cannot be the expression of a human being they knew. So likewise, at the time of restarted Sena, people are very interested in the science of medicine, and treatment and cures. And when they saw it, he saw the salon performing such miracles that a human being is being born without a father, that an infant is talking, someone is making a bird out of clay and blowing spirit into it. And it's fine, like a normal Birdwood a person was dead. And he brought him to life someone could not see ever and he fixed his eyesight. They knew that he was not a liar. They knew that he was a prophet. So this is the reason why the miracles that

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were given to resolve this and I'm we're of such nature. So he spoke in the cradle. And then he also spoke in Ghana, in the age of majority. Now speaking in the age of infancy, okay, you know, this is a miracle. But speaking in the age of guardian of the age of majority, what's so special about that? How was that a miracle?

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What does this indicate? Why is this mentioned? I mean, everyone speaks in the age of majority. So if he spoke, how was that special?

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That what you're trying to say is that his speech was different from the speech of other adults that he was more impressive, more eloquent. Yeah. Okay. What this indicates to us is that you would live a long life,

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that he would reach the age of Kehoe.

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And even or Barcelona or new, he said, that he saw this and I will be of the age of Gohan, after he returns to the earth, meaning after he is sent back, because he was lifted up before qahal or in Kyle mean, that age was not complete yet. So this means that he will return a love will send him back.

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This is one of the opinions that the age of 33 was taken up by Allah. So we know that that's just the beginning of qahal right. So, this is an indication that he will come back, he will return and he will address to people he will teach the people. This indicates another thing. And that is that he will grow and age from childhood to full manhood.

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Okay, and when someone grows like this, like a child, youth, adult, you know full manhood, then old age, then what does it mean? They're growing, they're aging, and eventually they will die. Isn't that so? Now, this indirectly refutes divinity any claim of divinity from research says that he was not God.

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Because God does not get affected by the passage of time.

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Do you understand? If God was to be affected by the passage of time, then how would that God be different from the creation?

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If he is going to grow and age and become old and eventually pass away? Then I'm sorry, I don't want such a God who cannot even respond to me who cannot even help me who is feeble and weak himself.

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That's not God,

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the universe, the Earth, the sky, all the creatures what do they show? That someone who is very capable, very mighty eternal, who always was is will be all knowing all powerful is behind all of this? Correct? This is what the universe indicates. So it's not possible that God would age

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that God would become old and he would die No. So this indirectly refutes divinity from research.

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Where you call him on NASA Phil Maddie, what Cahalane

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worried asylee Hain and he will be able to follow him off the righteous ones solid heinous, Lauren Uppsala.

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Saad Lam Ha, who is slowly

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What's the meaning of the word salah, Salah is when something is right and proper, good as it should be.

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So we human beings, when are we good, right proper, when? When we worship Allah subhanaw taala. Right, when we get rid of bad things, bad qualities, bad traits, bad habits, and we try to improve and better ourselves.

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So soundly, is someone who secret and open, who's private and public, whose inner being and outer being are both right and proper, as they should be.

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His heart

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is good, right proper as it should be. His limbs, meaning the actions that he performs with his limbs are all good, right proper as they should be.

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His mind is thinking good right proper as they should be his words, solid, okay, his private matters solid, his public matters solid. So, you understand who will solid is who is good in and out, in private and in public, the inner part of him and the outer part of him. So if the secret the private part of a person is good, what does it means that he has sincerity for Allah, His heart is clean from shape from NFL, from doubt, from hatred from animosity, you know, from all bad kind of feelings? The outward is good. How is that good when a person is following the right way, for example, for us, following the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So this is who is Salah is

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so Wamena Salah hain, he will be a right, a good person, a person with good conduct of righteous individual.

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Now, many times it happens that people who have a good public image their private lives are not that great, right? And someone who could be very happy in their house, in their family, everybody loves them in their family, but other people, they don't like them. Does it happen?

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Does it happen, you might feel about yourself that you have a very good relationship with your children with your family. But when it comes to dealing with strangers, when it comes to you know, coworkers, you're just gonna get along.

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Likewise, it may happen that a person has a very good relationship with everybody outside but at home,

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doesn't want to talk to anyone, no one wants to talk to them. Does it happen? Have we heard that stories? Do we experience such things? Yes, we do. That means such a person is not solid, solid, who, who's in and out? Public and private. Everything is good as it should be.

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One more thing.

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Many times it happens that we assume or we think that we are on very good terms with people.

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But our relationship with Allah subhanaw taala. That's not good. So it's such a person solid. A person might say, you know, I'm a very good person. I'm honest. I'm truthful. I'm committed to my work. I never heard a fly. But I don't pray.

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Is that Sonic?

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Is that solid? No.

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Or a person might say, I don't care what other people say what other people want. I can say whatever I feel like to them. Because I feel that the only important thing to do is to pray Salah and to wear the hijab and I do that and I don't care about anyone else. Is that being solid? No.

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But don't we think that solid, that if we're only praying, we are the best person and if we're not praying and we're doing other good things and we are the best person.

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This is self deception. Solid is someone who is good in every aspect.

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in every area, not limited to one aspect, but it's an entire way of life. And the fact of the matter is that you cannot be good with people. If you're not good with Allah.

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You cannot be good with strangers. If you're not good with people who are close to you. It's not possible. Otherwise, this is hypocrisy.

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This is being double faced, isn't it? So this is not being solid.

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So resign is Sinha Wamena slyly Hien and if you look at the life of the prophet Sallallahu Sallam doesn't matter, there's a saying about him. He was at the salah when you look at his family, all his wives, all his companions, right? People who are close to him, his relatives, people who are not that close, everyone was happy with him. Even his enemies turned into his best supporters now that is being slaughtered.

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So Wamena Sana hain, this is of the characteristics of the prophets of Allah and there's something that we should strive to develop as well.

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Let's listen to the recitation

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bollati lamella.

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Maria mu, in long as you give me Kenny Matthew

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the worker Hello aminos Foley. One more thing about Silopi that sometimes we think we're very good in,

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let's say recitation of the Quran.

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But we know ourselves, we know that we're not praying the way we should be praying.

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So that's also not being solid.

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Solid is that a person is striving to be good in every aspect in every area of his personal life, every area. So sometimes we pay a lot of attention to one thing and we ignore the rest. Not everything is important. Think about it, if there is a building, if there is a house that you want to purchase, okay? And everything is nice about it. The paint is nice, the floors are nice. But there is a major problem with the plumbing.

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Or there's mold in the basement. Or there's something wrong, whatever the carpets or the walls or the sewage system, then is that solid?

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Is that salah, would you buy such a house? Would you say it's okay, but the paint color is so beautiful. Who cares if there's mold in the basement? Who cares? If the roof is, you know, the shingles are missing? I don't care about that. I love the paint color.

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Would you buy such a house? If you did, that will be very, very foolish. Right? So for something to be solid, it has to be good in every way. And this is what we need to do as well. We need to improve ourselves in every way for our speech, to our thoughts to our worship to our dealings with other people. The way we clean ourselves, the way we sleep the way we eat, the way we dress ourselves, everything

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and it can only be done when we observe the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu Salam

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