99 Names of Allah #22 Al-Basit

Tom Facchine


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AI: Summary © The transcript describes the concept of alcohol bill as the boss who offers and extends, while allowing self and other talents to enjoy their own success. The host discusses how difficult it is to recognize good ideas and receive them, and how gratitude and listening to instructions from Allah is crucial to winning. The concept of "arep accretive" is also mentioned.
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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah. Tonight's name is a bass. Allah subhanho wa Taala is Al Bassam

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al bass is kind of the opposite of the name that we did last night and Bob it. So alcohol bill is the one who withholds and keeps away. Whereas allow self is the one that offers and extends. So Allah subhanho wa taala, he offers and extends and gives us everything.

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The obvious things like our food, and our home, and our toys, and our clothes, but even some interesting things that we might not think of every day, like the ideas that come to us, or our friends, or our talents, the things that we're good at.

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Has it ever happened to you, where you don't know where it came from, but all of a sudden, a really good idea just popped into your head?

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Well, that's because a lot as ambassador, he offers and extends to us. Everything good that comes our way.

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So if we recognize that Allah is constantly doing this, every opportunity that we have, and every good idea that we have, and every cool, fun project that we are involved in a lot is the boss that he's always offering us these things, then the only thing left for us to do is be grateful for those things. And thank him and listen to what he tells us to do. And listen when he tells us not to do something.

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Because Allah what He wants what's best for us. And he's only going to offer and give us the things that are good for us. That's all for tonight, A salaam alaikum warahmatullah