Tom Facchine – 99 Names of Allah #92 Al-Badi

Tom Facchine
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses Al Qaeda's name, Al Abadi, and his use of words to symbolize something or bring something forth. They explain that Alron's name is Al Abadi and that his use of the word Alron means it means everything to them. They also mention that Alron's use of words is a symbol for what they are trying to accomplish.
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Salam aleikum. Tonight's name is Al Abadi. Allah azza wa jal is Al Abadi. Bada an Arabic it means to begin something, to originate something to bring something forth or bring something about that's never been seen before. And this is something that Allah subhanaw taala does all the time. And it's really amazing because when we look at the things that we make as people,

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we can make something that's true. But we can't really originate something, we can't create it from nothing. Let's say that we want to make a drawing. Let's say we want to draw a tree. So what do we have, we have to get a piece of paper, we have to get a pencil. And then we put the pencil to paper and scribble around and eventually we get a tree.

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Well, it didn't come from nothing.

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The lines on the paper came from our pencil.

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And where are those lines sit come from that paper. So we've really just taken two things and kind of combined to them.

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This is what people do. We're good at combining things. And we're good at rearranging things and mixing things up and coming up with things that seem new. But no matter how hard we try, we can't come up with something from nothing. We can't start or initiate something that's never existed before and that its parts never existed before either. That's only for Allah azza wa jal. And that's part of what his name Al Abadi means. That's all for tonight. I said I'm sorry.

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