Tim Humble – Kids Class Term 2 #06

Tim Humble
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of the title of the Bible and the confusion surrounding its followers. They emphasize the importance of understanding what "we" means in Islam and how it can indicate what "we" means. The conversation also touches on the topic of the split between Earth and man recognition, and the importance of practicing Islam for personal and professional reasons. The conversation concludes with a brief advertisement for a class on Islam.
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and if we can just get a test on that inshallah just confirm to us I think as I understand it the audio is a little bit low level you can see on there but I don't I don't know why but it's just it's just low It doesn't it doesn't go very high I'm not sure why

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Okay, can we just confirm the stream is working okay

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then we can get ready to start our class in Sharla.

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Audio and stuff working

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Yeah. Okay, can we get a connection to the girls side?

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Yeah, that's perfect.

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Okay, well

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okay, I think that makes us ready to go. Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Abdullah, who also Lee Nabina Muhammad wa, ala early he will be here edge remain unmodified. So guys, I would just like to start with a little reminder that we should be starting at five o'clock, okay. So at five o'clock, I came in about 10 minutes before five o'clock. And there was only maybe two of you here. So just to remind everybody in sha Allah, that the class should start at five o'clock. And so try to come before five o'clock, five minutes or so before the time the class starts in sha Allah, that is better for everybody. Especially because this class takes a lot of organizing.

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We've got the girls side and we've got the boys side and we've got earpiece in one ear and a camera over there and a live stream over there and lots of stuff going on all at the same time. So it takes a bit of organizing. So we like to see you guys here nice and early in sha Allah. Okay, after praising Allah and asking Allah exalt the mentioned Grant peace to our messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, to his family and to his companions.

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We were talking about which topic and which. Let's start with the Torah. So the subject which subject we'll be talking about last week? Yes. How about the Quran? Specifically, what aspect of the Quran were we talking about Muhammad? So, Raul Fatiha

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and we got halfway through. We spoke about Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen or Rahmani Raheem? Man Maliki oh me Dean. Er cannot boudoir yaka necessary

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Surah to Fatiha

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is like a

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conversation or a back and forward between you and between Allah. When you say the words that you say Allah says things to you.

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When you say Alhamdulillah here are Bill Alameen Allah says Hamadani Abdi, my servant praise me, because you praise Allah when you say that hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen you praised Allah? What did you praise Allah for? Who can remind me what do you praise Allah for? What did you realize that?

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For Allah has names and attributes and actions creating us providing for us giving us everything giving us life, giving us all the blessings that we have excellent. Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen and Allah says Hamadani Abdi, My servant, praise me and when you say out Rahmani Raheem, and those are two names of Allah both of them mean

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merciful what's the difference between them girls?

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okay one relates to Allah has attributes that Allah is generally the Most Merciful. And one of them is very specific. It's about the action that

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Allah gives mercy to different people in different ways in different amounts. Okay?

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When you say r Rahmani r Rahim, Allah azza wa jal says Majid, any Abdi,

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my servant has glorified me has said

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things about how amazing and how perfect Allah is. And when you say Maliki yo me Deen, Allah says ethna Allah Yachty

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My servant has mentioned

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my praise has mentioned the good things about Maliki owe me Dean, that Allah is the only one who controls and the only one who owns everything on the Day of Resurrection. So is there anyone that can help you on the Day of Resurrection besides Allah? There is no one except Allah subhanaw taala

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and then we say er cannot go do what ya can Stein who can remind me from Let's see whose turn is it the boy's mother Yeah, can I Bucha what Yeah, can Stein what does it mean

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that happened to is ago we went the wrong two ice

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boys er Can I bother what Yeah, I can assign I've got no hand skills hearty

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Okay, You alone we

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And you alone we ask for help. Okay. When you say this, Allah says, had been you or been Abdi wali Abdi massage. This is between me and my servant. So I want the boys to explain to me what does it mean? This is split between me and my servant what got split. This is split or divided or shared between me and between my servant. Allah says harder being you are being Abdi This is split, divided shared up between me and my servant. What does it mean shared or divided? Yes, Muhammad, what do you think?

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It's true, you that you are speaking to Allah and Allah is saying something but you don't hear what Allah subhanaw taala says, but we know Allah says it because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that Allah says it. But I want to know what does it mean this is divided or shared between me and my servant? What got shared, what got divided. You alone? We worship and you alone? We asked for help. What is it that got shared? Or divided?

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I give you a clue. I give you a clue.

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In the beginning, what did you do for yourself? The hamdulillahi rabbil Alameen or Rahmani? Raheem, Maliki yo Mateen. All of it was about what?

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Allah Excellent. If you put your hand up it would have been more excellent, but it was still excellent. All of it was about Allah. Did you ask anything for yourself?

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Up to their

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girls, what'd you say?

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Nobody asked anything for themselves, right? Everything was about Allah Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen is about Allah. Allah Rahmani Raheem is about Allah Maliki Yomi. Deen is about Allah, er, can I boudoir II I can assign her the benei Urbinati something is about Allah and something is for you. What is for Allah and what is for you?

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The girl said, You alone we worship is for Allah. and You alone we ask for help is for us?

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Good? That's a very good answer. The girls give a good answer. It's a subtle way of asking for help. It's like you're asking Allah for help. You're saying Oh Allah, we want to worship you alone. But we can't worship you alone. Unless you help us. So help us to worship you alone. What's the DUA we mentioned? For worshiping Allah alone? What was the DUA we mentioned?

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OB Do you know the DA Allahumma or any who knows to do is gone

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Excellent Allahumma inni Allah the clicker wushu clicker. Were her sneery by the tick

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you can but don't next time before the class not during the class, okay? Demo, okay. Or Allah Allahumma inni or Allah helped me Allah the cricket to remember you worship cricket to be grateful to you what personally Reba Tikka to worship you the best way. So you're asking Allah as help, but you're also praising Allah. Nobody deserves to be worshipped except Allah. Okay? What is worship for the boys this time? I know the girls know the answer. The last time the girls gave me. They gave me a long definition is one German and equally mo hippo, Allah, whoever Minella quali will have Ireland or Hera Walton. They gave me a long long definition. Boys what is worship? You don't have to give me

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a long explanation. Just tell me what you know. What does it mean to worship? Yes. Have you been

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okay asking for help from Allah. That's brilliant. And you learned that because Allah mentioned it right. II can abou do what you can to stay you alone, we worship you will and we ask for help. So asking help from the things that only Allah can do. That's the kind of worship what else do we have in kinds of worship Mohammed?

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Praise praising Allah Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen er Rahmani Raheem, Maliki or Medina us all the kind of worship right? reciting Quran is a kind of worship Yes. Nor

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praising Allah for everything he's done for us. It's also kind of worship. Someone give me give me something more like, so far we talked about some quite hard examples. What's an easy example of worship?

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saying Bismillah before eating good.

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Praying fasting, okay. Now girls, you're going to summarize this all for me and tell me what is worship.

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Everything that Allah loves and is pleased with, whether something you do or something you say, whether it is open or hidden. So let's take that. Let's take that bit by bit. Everything Allah loves and is pleased with girls. How do we know what Allah loves and is pleased with

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the Quran and the Sunnah. So from the Quran and the Sunnah we know what Allah loves. So if someone said for example, Allah loves for you to drink alcohol, would that be true? How do you know? How do you know? How do you know that Allah doesn't love for you to drink alcohol?

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How do you know?

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How do you know?

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Go on.

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Because it says in the Quran

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because it says in the Quran

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Yes. ellonija annual harmony will Macer kullfi Hema is one curvier woman after all, Enos, what is Mahoma Kabbalah when necessary humor, their sin in it is very big. Allah said

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in Alhambra, Eliza said in the hammer on Mesa, what on Sabol as well as lab resume in MLS Shepherd is filled from the action of the shaytaan. So Allah azza wa jal told us is he doesn't like it. So we know what Allah loves because Allah told us in the Quran, we know what Allah hates because Allah told us in the Quran and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us about it as well. Okay, everything Allah loves and is pleased with whether statements or actions so give me an example of something you say that Allah loves

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Alhamdulillah praising him. Give me an example of something that you do that Allah loves.

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From the girl side

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do you continue

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Okay, praying, praying, because do is not wrong but you it's kind of 5050 so

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praying, okay?

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whether inside or outside, hidden or open, give me an example of something hidden that Allah loves.

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You can't see it even if you stare at the person all day like this.

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You can never see it girls got it right but I want the boys as well. Something hidden. The Allah loves. I mean something you cannot even if you stare at the person for who

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100 years you can't see it. Yes.

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A Yes, you're right Angel. Allah loves the angels. You're right. But I'm thinking something you say or something you do. Otherwise you're right. I want something you say, Oh, do that you can't see it.

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Alhamdulillah you can you can hear it, you can see the person's mouth moving on something, nobody can see it. Nobody can hear it. And Allah loves it. And you do it.

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The girl said, loving Allah. Very good. Yeah, being scared of Allah, remembering the Allah is watching you all the things you do with your heart, right? You can't see them, or hear them. But Allah loves them.

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Good. So it doesn't matter whether it's something open or something hidden. So then if this is only for Allah, Does that not mean that on the opposite side, there are people who worship others besides Allah, and they could worship them in any of these different ways? Like there are some people who worship other gods openly.

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Yeah, we talked about the plastic statue. Yeah, they actually have a statue of their God and they pray to it, and they cry to it and they make dua to it, and they put food for it, and all of that stuff.

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And there are some people who say things

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and they make a partner with Allah. They don't they don't do it for Allah alone. Could you think of an example

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I don't want you to give that example goes because that's slightly complicated. I want you to give an easy example of someone who made a partner with Allah by something they said

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okay, good, good. I like the example of girls give. So for example, someone says all my blessings came from me

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like Harun in number 42 who Allah ailment nd I got this all knowledge from myself everything I got I got from myself. That's a good example.

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And it could be something hidden. Could you give me an example of making a partner with Allah in something that is hidden from people they can't see it

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in what way give me example

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but worshipping the stars and us will be will be obvious, right? Like you physically see somebody who is praying to the stars or

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the girls got a good one

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by saying you can see it

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you're asking them for help, I can see it. I want something that is completely hidden. You cannot see it. Girls gonna give you an answer again.

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So not believing something about Allah? Not believing that Allah can see what you do.

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For example, that's a good example. as excellent as an excellent example. Yes. Did you have an example?

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You have an example on a next time, no permission, Alexa.

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All of our worship has to be for Allah alone. It doesn't matter whether that is hidden, or whether it's open. It doesn't matter whether it's what we say or what we do all of it. If it's worship, it has to be only for Allah. What do you think are the most common examples of people who worship others than Allah? What do you think? Like? I'll give you one really common one. One of the most common one we mentioned is seeking help. So asking help from the prophets. You've heard of people doing that before asking the prophet for help that all Mohammad save me asking the Sahaba for help or Ali, give me Jana.

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Things like that. That's very common. Dua is very common, people making to add to other than Allah. So they raised their hands and they say, Here, Abdulkadir or Abdulkadir, save me from my problem, things like that. What other examples do you guys think are the most common examples of people who don't worship Allah alone?

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Go on what you think?

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No Muslims only worship Allah alone.

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In what way? Do I want a specific example? Okay, Christians worship Jesus not but now I want to example, asking him for forgiveness. I like very good, excellent. So they not only Jesus, they ask their priests for forgiveness. They go to their priest and they say, Forgive me father for I have sinned. I was Forgive me, who are you to forgive me?

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You just work in the church, you will have a forgiveness for me. It's not Utah, you and me. You don't hold forgiveness for me. They asked for forgiveness from forgive me. And that's only for Allah. So we can only ask forgiveness for sins from Allah. We can ask people for forgiveness for what we did to them. Like okay, forgive me if I said something bad about you. Forgive me if I upset you, but I can't say forgive me for what I did two weeks ago. Any when I didn't pray? You can't ask the person for forgive. That's a very good example. What other examples? Could you give me really you think of the most common examples of people making a partner with Allah girls? Do you have some

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while we're waiting for let's see if we get an answer

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Okay, asking people to give you something that only Allah can give you. Could you give me an example of that?

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Jana? Okay, good. Give me other examples of things you think are really common where people make a partner with Allah? Yes, happy

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Very good. Excellent. So praying and offering sacrifices to idols and statues, like in Hinduism and other religions where they have lots of of gods they believe in. Okay, but I've got very important question about that. Does that mean they believe that those gods created the world together? No, no?

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Okay, good to them. Each God does different things. But even that is not strictly true. They

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they see it as a way to get closer a lot of them will say that I only believe in one powerful God, but all these little gods, they just have little little jobs, so that it doesn't matter. Not everybody believes that their God created them. That's what I wanted to share with you. That's very important. Because some people would say, as long as they don't believe that their God created them.

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It doesn't matter. But that's not true. It's only if they worship them or not. Sometimes they wish in them a sacrifice is very common. sacrificing animals sacrificing things, offerings, food and things like that. That's why Allah azza wa jal said, ma od Domingo myricetin Wanna redo a time?

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My Audi German humoristic. One I already told you.

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I don't want them to give me any risk. Any food, any provision? Any gifts? I don't need anything from you. And I don't want you to feed me.

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Good. What do you think Zack?

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Asked the idols for help. The answer to know the future is very common. Where is this really common? How is it really common that people

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try to find out the future

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fortune tellers, horoscopes believing in the stars you were born in this month and the stars are this shape. And that means that tomorrow, something very bad is gonna happen to you like this. They say

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what's he I don't know this Coco and Nick come to the moon. They make it their risk comes from the stars. And they believe some of them that the rain comes from the stars or that good things come from the stars or bad things come from the stars, or fortune tellers and magicians and so on. Good. Yes, we

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Yes, some people worship angels is absolutely true. Some people worship angels. People worship angels.

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Worship the word people to worship the jinn in the world of the unseen Very good. Very true. Yes.

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To find out when water gets hot

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water vapor, which is how cloud

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and when

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that's very true. But you know what it is, is that people don't deny that what they did what they talk about is what causes the whole thing to happen. We would say Allah cause so it's true that Allah is the one who causes the water to rise up and form clouds. And when the water gets cold and heavy, it rains, but it's Allah who controls it. And the evidence is, there are many times where the rain doesn't fall when it should. And many times when the rain falls when it shouldn't. And many times where people don't expect the rain to fall, but it does and many times people expect it to fall but it doesn't. Because Allah is the One who is controlling that. That cycle that we see.

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Some people believe that cycle that we see is controlled by other things like the clouds or the stars or though something like that. Good. What about people who don't worship anything at all? So far? You didn't talk about that. I asked you what people common examples of people worshipping things besides Allah. But what about people who don't worship things at all?

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is a religion

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good so both girls and boys answered the same answer. The people who for example, they say we don't believe in any god, we just believe in science, like atheism, and things like that. Okay.

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Is it really true that these people don't worship anything?

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You can answer yes and no. What do you think girls? What do you think?

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Yeah, so I agree with that. The girls they said they in a way they do worship things, they worship science, they worship themselves, they worship Mother Nature or whatever they want to call it many times they worship gold and silver tie so to denarii What did the slave of the dinar and the Durham people worship gold and silver and they worship money to the point where they would do anything for that money and they believe that every success comes from having it and every failure comes from losing it Yes. So they they actually start to worship that money or worship themselves or worship nature or worship?

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Science Yes.

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Okay, but I want you to I want you to split between two things, which we talked about here, split between a separable Wilmore separate the difference between the one who causes everything to happen and the way he makes it happen. For example, Allah said that the heavens and the earth were together for Phatak now Houma we split them apart. The issue here is not whether the earth split the issue is who split it. They will say it's split by itself. Okay, but how did it split by itself? Because it's split by itself.

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We will say it's split because Allah split Yeah, that's the difference. It's like the rain nobody disagrees rain comes from the clouds Nobody said rain comes from Jana or rain comes from outer space or rain comes from something else. Everybody agrees the rain comes from the clouds. But the issue is who made it come?

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Allah those people will say nothing made it come. The only thing that made it come is just physics heat and cold nothing else who made the heat and cold they will say we will say hola they will say no no nothing made the heat and cold it came because of the gas. Okay, who made the gas? Allah? They will say no, no, nothing made the gas the gas came from the explosion, okay, the explosion came from WHO? We say Allah, they will say no, the explosion came from the fact there was so much pressure it exploded. Okay, the exposure, the pressure, who made the pressure, we will see Allah they will say no, the pressure came and it goes like that. It's not the physical the physics is not the problem.

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The problem is who made it happen? That's the that's the difference. They will in the end, they will say what?

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What will they say? If you keep going with them? What will they say in the end?

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They're going to say

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We don't know.

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They're gonna say we don't know and Allah tells us about this M honeycombing guy ReShade am humble Holly cone. I'm Hala. Kusama wa T Well, Bella, you okay? No, they are not really sure what happened. They don't really know. And that's why when you keep going with them, okay? The explosion happened fine. The whole universe was tiny, tiny high pressure and everything exploded. Who made it explode? They see the pressure who made the pressure

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they will in the end they will say we don't know.

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But one day we will find out that's what they'll say.

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Say find out today the Quran is here.

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You don't need to find out tomorrow you can find out today the Quran is here. Before them they it's always there's something else behind it and they say we will find out in the future the answer will come to us one day we will know that like Okay, so we said II cannot go to means that all of our worship has to be for Allah and that we need Allah's help to worship Him what you can sustain and we said that this is half about Allah, because only Allah should be worshipped and only Allah's help should be asked for but it's also for us we're asking Allah for his help

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what are we asking Allah is helpful Yeah Can Abu what Yeah, can Stein

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what are we asking Allah is helpful is dinner Slayer all toil must

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guide us

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to the straight path.

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Idina guide us there are two types of guidance one comes only from Allah and one might come from Allah and it might come from people what or which one is which.

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Okay the girls gave me an answer but it slightly confused it they said guidance to Islam is only from Allah but someone could have told you about Islam and that guidance as well that's right what they said but they need to refine the answer after the event

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in Sharla after the event think about it two types of guidance

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think about it.

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Okay, what did you think about it and you got an answer for me go on

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voc Quran What's that bit which part is that? Which part of that is the answer

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The Quran is okay the Quran is from Allah no doubt but we talking about guidance there are two types of guidance right the girls got it right they didn't say anything wrong. They said only Allah guide you to Islam but a person could tell you about Islam

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I want someone who has

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okay the girls are getting there. Let's see. Did you have an idea

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from Allah which guidance is only from Allah

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have a think about it?

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No, it seemed like you had an answer from a long time go on

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nearly you will not minimize it. The girls got the answer. The girls got the answer. Saw guidance from people, people can show you the right way to do something. Right. I can show you how to pray. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam can show you how to remember Allah and how to worship Allah properly. Someone can show you how to get to the masjid. But what is it that only Allah can do? Only Allah can make it happen?

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Does that make sense? guys with me? Only Allah can actually give you the success for it to really happen. I can show you guys look, the Masjid is on the street. But tomorrow if your car breaks down on the way to the message you're not gonna get here. It's all in the hands of Allah. Yes. How do you what do you think?

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So acceptance success is only from Allah but showing you what to do. That could be from from anyone could show you the right way. Does Allah also show you the right way?

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Yeah, the Quran the sooner they show you the right way. So Allah shows you the right way. But the success to actually achieve it is only from Allah. Dena Serato Mr. Syrup is a Tarik erode a path away. Where is this sirop taking us to? Where's the path? Yes

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to Jana. And this Sirat is described as Mr. Hakim straight. And it's called Mr. Kane for two reasons.

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First of all, it straight the path is straight, it doesn't go in any confusing direction. It doesn't twist around and turn backwards and come back the way it came. It doesn't go left or right. It's a straight clear path. So there's no way to get confused. There is no way to accidentally go the wrong way. The path is so clear.

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Talk to

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Anil Viva I left you on the clearest path lane. Oh how can i Hurry her layers you want her Illa Halleck it's night and day are the same. Nobody goes away from it except the destroyed but it's also called Mr. Kim because the people on the path are also Mr. King. How can that be what does it mean the people on the path are straight

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or our operate you could say because it's the Karma can stand up Stand up straight. What does it mean the people on the path stand up straight

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What do you think

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they are Muslims going on the right path. Good. I like that. So the people the word Mr. Kane, if you describe a person as being most akin in means that they are practicing Islam properly.

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They are not like half half. They are not like one foot in and one foot out. They are practicing Islam

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completely properly

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So the people who are on the path of Mr. Kane, and the path itself is straight. The path doesn't go left it doesn't go right. It's a straight path it's a clear path. Who is on that path? If I wanted to know if I was on that path if the path was true or not, who is on that path?

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I lost the connection with the girls for a second but it's okay there's some people with hands up who have not heard from for a while I've heard from you and you and you haven't heard from Muhammad for awhile Muhammad

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who is on that path?

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The Prophet sallallahu REO said okay, that's number one. The prophets Allah Allah Who are you some girls who else is on that path

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good Muslims are on that path. Okay, and as you Allah was on that path

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the other prophets so the prophets and good Muslims who else is on that path kills

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the martyrs okay who's a martyr?

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Someone who died for Islam they're on that path. Who else is on that path? You missed one more

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Yeah, carry on.

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When the youth were in Lahore rasool Allah Allah ecom Allah Deena and Amma Allahu Allah He Mina Narrabeen, or Cydia clean our shahada, it was slightly ahead. Well Hassan Hola, Erica raffia kar, the prophets, the truthful people. The people have the highest level of belief like Abu Bakr as Siddiq, who among the women is described as being Siddiqa.

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In the Quran, who Which woman in the Quran is described as being Siddhartha, we know the most the most famous man to be described as Sidious. Who

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Abu Bakr, right? Abu Bakr, Siddiq. Maria, Maria Maria, Maria, she said, Maria, correct?

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No, no, no. She said to me, my ear Maria. Maria. Yeah, Allah azza wa jal said we're all Moho Siddiqa. His mother. She was a Siddiqa. She wasn't a prophet. She was a Siddiqa at the highest level of belief in Allah and the highest level of Eman and the highest level of truthfulness and trustworthiness were on the horse to do

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Who among the female companions was often given the title Siddiqa?

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Go on

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Some of them described her as a Cydia Koto bint acidic, the truthful one, the daughter of the truthful one,

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or the truthful believer, the daughter of the truthful believer very good. So the city attain the shahada are the people who died for Islam they died defending Islam or they died for the sake of Islam. Okay

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and asylee hint the good righteous Muslims, okay, they are on the path who is not on the path to groups of people. I love to be I lay him and a balloon, right? I really love to be I lay him while a body who? For the boys. Alma do we I lay him. What does the word mean in the first pitch to a few Arabic speakers? Who is Elma, who are Elmo, Toby it what is the word mean? What Sal kebab? What's the verb in Arabic?

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What does it mean?

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No doubt disbelievers. But they're all disbelievers yet, but I want what is the word grab me?

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Yes, Muhammad.

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No close. No, no, not hypocrites.

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Go on. Anger. I don't know how you got the answer except maybe somebody stood

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miming to you. Okay?

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The people Allah is angry with, okay, a die alone are the people who are astray.

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So tell me, why is Allah angry with the people he's angry with? And who are the people who went astray? Why is

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good. So the girl said that people who Allah is angry with other people who knew the right way, and they chose to do what

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they chose to do wrong. They knew the right way. They knew Islam. They knew it was the truth, but they chose we don't want it.

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There were some people in Medina, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came, they said, Let us go out to see this prophet. So they saw him. And they looked down upon him. And they said, What do you think? So the one of them turned to the other and said, he's a prophet. Definitely. He is the prophet, he is the messenger of Allah. They said, What do you think we should do? They said, We're going to be his enemy until Jamahiriya.

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We're going to be his enemy. So they knew he was the prophet. But they instead of choosing to follow him, they said, Yes, we know he's the Prophet. But we don't want to follow him. We want to be his enemy. Others, they said, We have no idea who this person is. And we don't know what's the difference between right and wrong. They are a bioline.

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Why is it important?

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Or why are we told about these two groups of people? Why is it important to know about these two groups of people?

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What's the danger for us? The girls got a good answer. Boys honest was a danger for us.

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Because we might become like those people, right? The danger is we might become like those people. We might become people who know that Islam is the truth, but choose not to follow it. Well, how many Muslims do we have, who know that you have to pray five times a day, but they don't pray. They know you have to come to Joomla. But they don't come to Joomla. They know that Aruba is haram but they still trade in it. They know that it's not allowed. For example.

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There are certain things that are not allowed, or certain things that are forbidden, and they do them. I'm not saying they are the same as those people because those people reject Islam. These people are not rejecting Islam, but you can see they're going down the same road, right? They know all these things are wrong. But they don't they don't care about it. They're not trying to change or improve. They know it's wrong, but they're doing it anyway. So we're asking Allah don't make me from those people. And don't make me from the people who are ignorant. And they don't know. So my last question is, and I'll ask one half to the boys and one half to the girls. So for the girls side,

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what is your greatest weapon against being from a violin?

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seeking knowledge, learning about Islam, learning your religion? What do you do boys? To not be from those people who Allah is angry with? You've got knowledge now, what do you have to do? Let's see. Yes, having

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make it more general, you're right, making more general for me. You've got knowledge. So now what you're going to do with that knowledge?

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Use it, use it. Use the knowledge you have and practice the knowledge you have. Don't be someone who knows what's wrong, but you don't care. Practice the knowledge that you got. And when you ask Allah this is Dino Serato. Musa Kim Sirocco, Ludhiana and untidy environment Dobby Allah him what a Bollin Allah says hatherly Abdi wali Abdi masala. This belongs to my servant

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and he's going to get or she is going to get what they asked for. So Allah answers your DUA and then you say, Amin, which means study, accept it or Allah accept our dua from us or Allah. guidance to the straight path. That makes sense. Yes, happy

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in one second, we're going to pack the class up, you can go there inshallah. Did that make sense to everybody? Anything I said didn't make sense.

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Any questions to finish off on that topic, girls?

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Okay, that's well, Allah azza wa jal made it easy for me to mention Allah knows best wa salatu salam ala Nabi.

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