Channel: Tim Humble
Series: Tim Humble - Power of Dhikr
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alone. Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu Welcome to another episode of the power of victory. In the last episode we talked about La ilaha illa Allah. And I just want to add to that the virtue of La ilaha illa Allah is something that, you know, we can't, we can't even begin to mention, so polite enough for us that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said Indeed, Allah has forbidden the Hellfire for the one who says La ilaha illa Allah seeking the face of Allah. So we talked about what it means. And we talked a little bit about how we understand it and how we implement it. And as Muslims, we have to live La ilaha illAllah in our lives, we have to make it, we have to give truth
to it, we have to live it. We have to practice it every single day of our lives. And if we do that, then Allah has forbidden the Hellfire, completely forbidden the Hellfire for the one who says La ilaha illa Allah seeking by the face of Allah. And likewise, whoever's last statement on this earth is La ilaha illallah wa intergender. So this is very important for us to focus on frequenting this word, seeing this word a lot, and encouraging those who are sick, and those who are passing out of this world to see it. As the prophets lie Selim said lucky no moto comme la ilaha illAllah. Encourage your dead to say la ilaha illAllah. Repeat it so that they repeat it after you. Now we
move on to another of the four words that the prophets lie Selim said and the most beloved of speech to Allah and the most and the best of speech to Allah, the Most pure of the speech to Allah, and more beloved to him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam than everything in this world, everything that the sun rises upon. So we come to the word or the phrase Subhana Allah, what does it mean for us to say so panela let's first of all, look at some of the virtues of sayings upon Allah. Before we talk a little bit about what it means to say so Pamela, we heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the most beloved of speech to Allah is four things. And the first one that he mentioned is
Subhan Allah and one of the companions in Sahih Muslim in the hadith of Abu Dhabi, may Allah be pleased with him. One of the companions asked the prophets why Selim which is the best speech, what's the best speech that we can say? And the prophets I seldom said what Allah chose for his angels, or he said what he Allah chose for his slaves to say, Subhana Allah will be hunting.
And the prophet SAW Selim said, shall I not tell you of the most beloved speech to Allah? They said, O Messenger of Allah, tell us what is the most beloved of speech to Allah. And he said, the most beloved of speech to Allah Subhana Allah will be handy. And we know of course, the famous Hadith that there are two words that are light on the tongue, and heavy on the scales sapan Allah will be handy as of handle it and we know this is a very famous Howdy, howdy. Howdy, Allah Muhammad Rahim Allah He finished his essay with and of course, we know that that is mentioned about Subhana Allah will be handy that nobody will see it except nobody who says it 100 times will bring nobody will be
able to bring anything better than it than the one who says it more. So you say 100 times a day, nobody will be able to come on the Day of Judgment with any deed that is better than it except the one who says it more. So So Tanna law is something we should be frequenting something we should be used to saying something we should be saying all the time. And I think we need to talk about the meaning of subpoena law because I think many people misunderstand the meaning of supanova. subpoena law before anything and everything is a word of Tansy and Tansy it basically so essentially what we're talking about here is that we are glorifying Allah above the false things that are attributed
And we're declaring our laws perfection, above the imperfections that are said or that we do or the imperfections that are attributed to him. So for example, when we hear in the Quran, when Allah talks about, they say that Allah has a son, what does Allah say? sapan Subhana. So Allah subhanaw taala responds with Subhana Allah to the statement that Allah has taken a son, meaning that a last time what Tyler is for above this Glory be to Him. He is far above the need of taking a son or this imperfection and this kind of thing.
You know, of course, having a son is all about completing your lineage. It's because you're going to die. It's because you want to see your your lineage continue. It's about your need for family, it's about your need for comfort. It's about, you know, you want to sort of leave a legacy, you want also to have that kind of relationship and the marriage in the sort of intimate relations of marriage and so on so forth. Allah azza wa jal is high above subhanho, wa Taala. and merciful, he is high above what they attribute to him, Allah is in no need of having a son subhana wa Taala. So this works upon a law, it's about declaring a law to be above the false hood, which is attributed to him and
declaring a lot to be perfect, when we are imperfect. So one of the times in which it is very good to say Subhana Allah, of course, it's good to say so panelized anytime is to say, Subhana Allah in response to a mistake that happens, or your response to something that we do that is not perfect. So somebody says to you that, oh, you know, I fell short. I didn't do what I should have done. I committed a sin. We say to this supernova. Why do we say Subhana? Allah, we're affirming the perfection of Allah, and the imperfection of Allah's creation, that Allah is perfect, we're not perfect. Repent, get on with it. Change your good deeds, or change your bad deeds into good and make
a positive impact in your community. Source of Han Allah is a means of saying that Allah subhanaw taala is perfect and we are imperfect. Look, what a lie soldier when I mentioned any of the beliefs of the mushrikeen in the Quran, when the last pantalla bullet mentions the beliefs of courage, when allies are gentle mentions what they say about a Lost Planet, Allah, so many times in the Quran and it comes to Allah, Allah Subhana, WA tada and Subhana Allah, and again, subhanho wa Taala, our statements of tanzeem statements that we are saying that a lie, so a gel is perfect, we are imperfect, that Allah subhanaw taala is perfect of all of those imperfections that people attribute
to him, all of the false things that do people do all of the false worship that are lies in No need of because allies the most rich, and the more the least in need of any of the partners of that are made with him of this partnership that is made allies the least in need of it. And Allah says, Whoever associates something with me in an action, talk to who should I abandon him and I abandoned the association that he makes the partnership that he makes, because Allah azza wa jal is no need of it. And that is the meaning of sapan Allah. So it's a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful word for us to see, for us to see. So behind Allah for us to affirm that Allah is perfect, and we are imperfect for
us to affirm that Allah is high, and glorified above all of the false hood that is attributed to him. And Subhanallah Of course, can be said in a positive sense, in the sense that you are you and you see something good Subhana Allah, you know, again, affirming the glory of Eliza gel, the perfection of Eliza, Jen. And likewise, you can say Subhan Allah, and this is what people don't tend to understand when something bad happens. So when you see something bad when you see something that you don't like, you affirm the perfection of Allah and the imperfection of the human beings by saying Subhana Allah Subhana Allah will be handy. So Allah azza wa jal joins between the test spear
Subhana Allah and between the hunt the praise of Allah and the praise of Allah subhanaw taala has many, many, many meanings, that we praise Allah, Allah that we found colosse on to Allah that we glorify a life soldier. This is what you've been created for. While the Holocaust in general insanely horrible dude. I've only created the jinn in the men to worship me alone. So you have been created for this, to praise Allah subhanaw taala to worship Allah and remember that a lot doesn't need your praise. And this hand it is the most perfect form of praise, the most perfect form of fener the most perfect form of thanking Allah azza wa jal
because unhemmed It doesn't just come as a result, unlike sugar, sugar comes as a result of a good thing that happened to you. So when you thank Allah azza wa jal, you thank him for something that happened to you. Whereas as Hamed is more general than that, you praise Allah, Allah coolly had in every situation Alhamdulillah he Allah coolly had all praises due to ally in every situation, good or bad. So something good happens to you and you praise Allah, something bad happens to you, and you praise Allah because you're constantly in a state of praising Allah subhanaw taala of worshiping Allah. If you want to know the importance of a hand, not only the Hadith that we talked about the
case of Hannah law will be handy. But what about sort of
the right at the beginning of sorts of Fatiha after Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of mankind. So
We praise Allah azza wa jal in every situation, and we don't look at whether it's good or bad, because everything deserves the praise of Allah Spano, tala. He is our Lord. He is the one who's given us all of the blessings that we have. He is the one who sustained us and provided for us. He's the one who's guided us to the straight path. He is the one who has kept us alive kept us in a situation where we can worship Him. Even though if Allah left us for even a blink of an eye, we would not be able to do anything. That's why we say falletta kidney lnf sitar Fatah, I don't leave me with myself for the blink of an eye. Or Allah Don't leave me with myself for the blink of an eye.
So this is your need of Allah subhanaw taala the praise that you give to a Lost Planet Allah, and this is what the angels do. The angels, they say Subhana Allah, they glorify Allah, they declare a lot to be high above the imperfections that are attributed to him, they declare a lot to be high above the imperfections of his creation. Even the angels, even the all of our lives creation, Allah azza wa jal is high above all of the imperfections of his creation. And then they praise the last parameter. And we praise Allah subhanaw taala every single day when we read sort of Fattah al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen praise Allah, which are the angels praise Allah subhanaw taala everything in
the heavens and the earth does its own form of test be its own form of saying Subhana Allah. And this is a reality. This is not something that we should understand to be a sort of a, an sort of a like a metaphorical sense. The reality the physical reality is that every single thing on this earth has been taught. It's Sala its means of prayer, and its means of test of praising allies which are, as Allah so just hit all of them has have known all of them know their Salah, and all of them know their test. They have been taught their prayer, they've been taught how to glorify a loss Ponta to Allah is glorified by everything's in the heavens of the earth, the fish in the sea, the birds in
the sky, but we don't recognize that glorification as in, we can't get the glorifying of Allah, we can't recognize it. We don't know how it happens. But Allah subhanaw taala has told us and Alas, panatela speech is the truth, that every single thing glorifies Allah. So when you sit and you spend your time, spend your time to say, Subhan, Allah will be handy. And don't just make this something that you say, the sapan Allah and this Alhamdulillah that you just say, but again, you live it, you practice it, you make sure that you don't ever attribute to Allah imperfection, and you recognize that all of our imperfections overlook whatever imperfections we have, we have a lord who is
perfect, who guides us who looks after us who provides for us, it is him that we praise in every situation, and it is him that we glorify in every situation subhanho wa Taala and he is free from all those imperfections that are attributed to him. These are some of the meanings of Alhamdulillah and some of the meanings of sapan Allah that we say. So we're working our way through those, please do join us for a future episode in sha Allah. And we will be continuing our discussion of these four words. La Ilaha, Illallah, Alhamdulillah, Subhana Allah and Allahu Akbar and of course, without labriola that's on the power of the coaches that come along halen was Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah
don't leave me.
Don't leave me.