Tom Facchine – The True Servants of Al-Rahman #1

Tom Facchine
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of common sense and common sense in law and worship, as well as the use ofteen-character words like "home" to describe walking on Earth. They also emphasize the importance of protecting one's reputation and will, especially at night, as it is a time for social pressure and mental stress. Regular prayer and avoiding distractions during busy hours are key ways to achieve humility and faith in one's life.
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time to be

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in a company that

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no matter what want to say or want to sell

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one hour will be learning to say you

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may have seen

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will make the

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wash and will happen and who want to sue

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yeah you can talk a lot with it according

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to Simone.

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documentary upon me nothing wider whatsoever because our just our destiny

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can be wrong on

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what type of law has many

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meanings What are

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in the law and cannot equal?

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Yeah, you

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talk a lot about common sense

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of wealth, creation of the heavens and the earth and everything in them.

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He mentioned the creation of the constellations and the sun and the moon.

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He mentioned his creation of the lights and day and specifically challenged the listener to worship of rock man

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in thanks and praise to the one who provided all of this.

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He specifically asks us to worship punk rock man.

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Because of rock man, the Most Merciful means the one who provides blessings and everyone benefits from regardless of your level of faith, or whether you believe at all.

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Does the sun shine only on the believers? Does the rain fall only on the people of faith? No, of course not. These Muslims allowed to either give screenly to everyone.

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By bringing up these gifts. It's as if Allah Allah is saying, Look,

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I gave you all of this. So just worship me.

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If you look closely at the issue, nothing else besides a law can give you these amazing blessings that make life possible

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after realizing that worshiping in anything other than the law could only be called the insolence and the gratitude.

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But Allah subhanho wa Taala also tells us that this worshipping of ramen is the sticking points. For those who refused to me.

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Allah Allah actually puts on purse of some * of prostration just before her 63 As an extra test to distinguish the faith both from those who reject space.

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Allah specifically challenges them so worship and prostrate to a rock man

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because those who reject state cannot bring themselves to worship, out of the sense of indebtedness, and gratitude. They prefer idols

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so that they can make with their hands. I have always said can't see everything or hear everything. They can whisper behind the backs of idols and believe that they are not heard. They can sin out of sights of the idols and believe that they are not seen. They can spread it out to the blessings they receive over hundreds of Gods so they are not to intended to any one of them. This one the crops, that one for the rain, this one for children, that one for wealth, if you're not indebted completely to any single one of them. You're also not accountable completely to any one of them. If you disobeyed one title, you can always run to another.

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Now in verse 63, on so the end of the chapter Allah ships the subjects if those who refuse to worship on rough map are those who refuse to be held completely accountable. Those who prefer a buffet religion they can pick up and put down as it suits them. A long time. Now concludes the chapter with a description of those who will submit and truly worship Rihanna,

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Allah Tada says, Are you better off man in the rain as soon as they call them? What you call a combo jack known as Paulo Sena.

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And the servants of the Most Merciful are those who walk upon the earth humbly. And when the speaker rings addresses them harshly, they returned with words of peace.

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Allah Tala how they use the word home here to describe the way that he should walk on Earth. Even fez says that Helaman means peace, tranquility, and humility. The servants of our rough man walk upon earth, not with a sense of entitlement, not with arrogance, but with peace, with tranquility, and humility. This is very similar to a lot of statements in solar for the straw. When I'm having cheated out of the bar

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in the colon traffic on our wall powerwall whatever Contempo to energy data.

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Do not struggle arrogancy upon the earth, you can neither break open the earth nor can you match the mountains in there.

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Even cathedral points out that this stuff here that this doesn't mean that we walk with exaggerated meekness. This isn't calling us to be frail.

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In fact, he mentioned the story where all of your loved one saw a young man walking very slowly and meet lead. So he asked this young man What's wrong with you? Are you sick?

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When I almost found out that the young man was not sick that he was instead trying to apply these verses

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commanded him to cut it out and to walk with strength.

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We have another example in the sun Navajo off, which is holding Rama.

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There's three times walking around the Kaaba, the Sunnah is to lightly jogging if there is enough space.

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Many historians say that this and the fact of men baring their shoulders throughout fall off was actually to demonstrate to the corporation in Africa, the strength of the people of faith. So being humble does not mean being weak. If it's not me being frail humility has to do with Allah when he was sitting on the bottom layer from agenda seven cannot be long enough all as a recipient kibble all in.

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color in Allah Jamil, you have with Jamal al Hello, Bob. Hello, hello. Welcome the nurse robot Muslim. Abdullah in the restroom or the owner who said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Whoever has in their hearts of grains worth of arrogance will not enter Africa as

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a man was present and he said certainly people love to have my schools and sandals. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam responded he said Certainly Allah is beautiful, and he loves beauty. Arrogance is rejecting the truth and belittling people.

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Humility is the foundation of faith

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If someone corrects you,

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it implies that you did something wrong. That's usually not a pleasant feeling. We wish we would have done the right thing in the first place. It's a little embarrassed. We don't want this type of attention, we would much rather have phrase.

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It's not so much about making mistakes, because all of us know that everyone makes mistakes. It's about what we're afraid that mistake might say about us. Maybe it shows that we're hasty. Maybe it shows that we're careless or we're unqualified. And of course, the devil is there to add fuel to the fire of our worries, we imagined every way that our reputation will suffer. We imagine every way that people will be disappointed in us, or judge us, we might fear that we will be treated differently because of our mistakes.

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With all these thoughts and worries swirling in our heads, it's very tempting to simply double down on our other and insist that no mistake was made at all. We might even read to return the accusation. No, it's you who are wrong. Or we might nitpick the way in which they were corrected. You shouldn't have approached me like this and this time, etc. These reactions often does not always indicate pride.

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One morning, we were sitting in the profits machine with our shapeshifter, publisher, PT and Medina,

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on Thursday mornings from measure so you could bring him anything you wanted to study, and you could read it to him out loud, so he could explain and comment on it. There would be a whole group of students doing this. So anybody passing by can sit and listen.

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One day one of the students was reading aloud, and he kept making grammatical mistakes while he was reading. So the shape would stop him to correct.

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One particularly difficult sentence came along and the shape had to correct him several times in a row. Everyone can tell the student was starting to get frustrated.

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The shape has noticed this too. And so he stops the lesson. He told all of us guys that we as Muslims, and especially those who study this religion,

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we have to get used to standing up in front of the people and saying, I don't know.

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I don't know.

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Do this CSAIL up until being rights and being wrong, feels the same in your house.

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But sometimes we resist. We can bring ourselves to say something like I don't know, or Okay, and I'll try to do better next time. Instead, we might try to justify ourselves justify ourselves. We might respond with something like I know.

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If you have a young man in your life, you've probably heard that one before. And the younger version of your email would have said the same thing.

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Taking advice and correction from others is practice for taking advice of correction from a long time.

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If we find one difficulty, then we will usually find the other difficult as well. In reality, there's no shame in being wrong. There's only shame in refusing to change once you've been shown a better way

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it's one thing to be corrected when you're wrong. It's an entirely different level when you're APY rated for no good reason at all. Allah says this in the stressful either called hobo hobo Jaffe Nona calm sit down. As mentioned in the verse, this is a true test of a humble hearts when you are abused to unjustly by someone else's words.

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Now, if you have stored up your confidence, and your self worth in something from the dunya, whether it's your lineage, whether it's your profession, or how many zeros are at the end of your paycheck, you are waiting to be tested in this way. Someone will come along and tell you you're a fake. You don't deserve your title or station. You're not as great as you think you are.

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The prideful self wants to defend our arm. No, how dare you speak to me like that. Don't you know who I am?

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No, I'm telling you

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us, that's not the right way. Our responses must be the high road and being blamed and criticized, should become as Beloved to us as being honored and praised. This was a way of our profits of a logo.

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I still have a lot going on I said, well then come cup of money, no seakeeping shape and you will tell you they have plans to tempt her from him as a walking Isagen Acropolis. Illawarra he was set up, never took revenge for himself, or defended himself if something happens to him. Only if someone crossed the limits set by a law firm.

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One time the profits of the law already have someone was sitting with ever working on the long run.

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This is a honey collected via email.

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And the man I'm sorry, nothing salty. I will buck

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the profits of the law money was sent Sallam he stayed sitting next to me but we're not saying anything. In one rewired says he was even smiling.

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But then as the man continued to install that whole bundle, everybody started to insulted that.

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At that point, the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa salaam stood up and went away.

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After chase after him confused, he said, How come I was getting insulted. You sat with me. But when I started to fight back, you got angry and laughs

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the profits of the loan money he didn't reply he said, all those times you were being insulted. There was an angel there defending you. Once you started to give something back, the angel left and the devil came and sat down next to you. And I caught six in the presence of devils.

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We think that we have to defend ourselves. Without realizing that Allah Allah protects His servants. We think that if we don't fight back our reputation and our will suffer, Allah would not let that happen. In fact, the loss Allah increases the honor of someone if they don't fight back, if they don't stoop to the level of insults. Or the master narrated another company in which two men were arguing in front of the Prophet I mean, sit up sit up, one of the men started cursing and insulting the other.

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Instead of defending himself, the man simply replied, I'm able to set up

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then the profits of the long running us and I'm certain that the entire time this argument was happening there were angels around the auction.

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Every time the one man insulted the other the angels responded with prayer saying no upon you.

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And when the second man responded with honey gonna sit down. The angels also responded with prayer saying no upon you.

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If we want to feel peace,

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we must choose these as our way and as our response

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if we keep ourselves humble and submissive to a loss of a father, and don't let ourselves lose sight of our constant role as in servants, Allah Allah will give us true lasting peace both in this life and the next Apple have probably had WhatsApp give a lot anyway more money saving more senior people it was up to in the whole of all right.

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Humbly levy on accepting a sugar that

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was shown

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in the last half of last week and I will tell me when they shut me what she wants to eat and then we'll have to have the voiceover with them because wanting somebody else having us running was something to see them to do.

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After capability.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala continue continues to describe a better football man, servants of the Most Merciful, He says when the Lena Joby, totally not being able to get up

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and those who spend the nights to their Lord prostrating and standing in prayer.

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This is similar to a lot of statements and thoughts about Yes, can embody that mean a lady

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or b That's how people get stuck.

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They used to sleep but little of the night and in the hours before dawn, they would ask them off for HIPAA.

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Prayer during the night is the secrets of the pass

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the amount of shattering

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At night prayer was like an arrow that never missed his targets. He actually questioned the seriousness of someone who wasn't praying at night, saying that if you claim to love something, and you're not praying that night for us, you don't really want

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prayer life was something required of both the prophets of Allah

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and the early Muslims at the beginning of the seventh

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chakra he wrote in his book alone, that the command in Fulton was Zambian was application for Allah Yeah, you will resemble who mainly the healer Malila this week on Paulina Sanders, I think prayer is such a little half of its or a little less or a little more.

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The obligation of night prayers upon the general Muslims was eventually removed later, when Allah Allah revealed later in the same chapter on a su fatale.

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Allah knows that you won't be able to do it to keep this up, so he can.

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Then after the profit slice there was a new obligation came five daily prayers prescribed upon the people of faith, but for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam many scholars tracing back after the notice said that the obligation to pray that night stayed with him for the rest of his life.

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Whether it was obligatory upon him or not, what we know for certain is that praying that night was a constant part of his routine

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I should probably a lot more and then the real body was salam Kenya to me and maybe

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I should say that the promise Oh suddenly substandard paradise full of skin up to speed with crap.

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That will

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leave us the Central Valley and also Allah will call the law firm along with that method, depending on

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so I said why do you do this on Messenger of Allah, Allah already forgiven you both the sins of the past and the sick to the future for

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them to move on.

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He don't got shouldn't have tried to be shouldn't I want to be a grateful servant nice?

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Are they the story in which the Prophet salallahu Salam was trained and Khalifa tries to keep up with him?

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He said that the prophets of Allah when it was sent up, he began his prayer recital with Buffalo and Socrates. And now he's saying, I said to myself, he's surely he's going to stop after one month after 100 He's going spousal get on with it.

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I 100 came in length. So relieved that that sense of himself Okay, he'll finish the chapter and then go back.

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That's Chapter came and went and then he started to locate some of that.

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And then Plato said to himself, okay, surely he'll finish this surah and then he'll bow after that, and then that'll pass as well and promise a lot. What are you saying the answer to the seven.

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Then, as long as he had stood resigning?

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Then he stood saying, Send me along, and even happy that Robin and I can have that he stood a long time, almost as long as he had bowed, and he prostrated, say, 200. I'll get out.

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And then he prostrated, saying that for almost as long as he answered in recitation is heavy because exactly Muslim.

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Prayer that nice,

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is a characteristic of a laws true serpents for several reasons. One of them is that worship at nice is the most sincere time to offer worship. We all come to pray in the best shape when we're being hungry, though. But there may be some days like you're tired. Some days, there's whatever else going on in your life, and honestly, you don't feel like coming.

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Instead, you stay home and you pray that isn't it true? That when that happens, we feel a little bit of social pressure, like we should have come to the rescue.

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We imagine that if we don't go that others are going to notice and asked about us.

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This is a good thing. There's nothing wrong with it. This is part of being accountable to one another in the community.

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If the next time you come to the machine and someone says, I haven't seen you in a while,

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you're probably going to feel like you need to explain yourself even just a little bit. Sometimes that little pressure is what all of us need to get us out the door.

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Praying at night, on the other hand is just between you and the law. No one will know if you do it's, no one will know if you don't.

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Those who pray at night are proving that they're at a level that's beyond social pressure. They don't need us

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to get them out the door. Their worship is sincerely out of their duty to Allah to Allah, and their love for him.

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Allah subhanaw taala he says, in the mercy of the lady, he said, number one on piano, even computer says this first as meaning indeed, the hours of the night are more effective for the harmony of one's hearts and calm, meaning more sincere and more suitable for words, prayer, or I eat my coffee in the morning.

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We however, I believe in the law, we believe in the last lesson. And so we believe that when we trade at nights alone will bless our time and bless our sleep in ways that he wouldn't do. Otherwise.

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Praying at night and relying upon a lot of less of our time is an exercise in quality over quantity. Haven't you ever slept nine maybe 10 hours a night only to be surprised when you wake up groggy and tired?

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Haven't you ever gotten less sleep than he wants it? Only to be surprised when you woke up that you have more energy and alertness than you expected you would?

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Allies and control? Not o'clock.

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If you go out of your way to please Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah will not forsake you. He wants to band with you Rather, he will help you.

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And despite all of that Allah, Allah is the Most Merciful. How much do you think you have to pray at night to be included in this group? The amount of the wrong men, the Elise, the servants of our of men? Do you have to set multiple alarms and strange hours of every night? Do you have to resign set the bar low for us because above us, and he wants to encourage us to help ourselves. All we have to do is make a little

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alarm continues to strive and conservatives are often wonder meaning a hold on a second, there was a handgun in Nevada law. In

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Colorado, a map of local farmer and those who say our own avert from us the punishment of health indeed, as punishment is everlasting. Indeed, as evil as the settlements and restaurants, the true worshipers of man they asked, they asked

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the next word problem.

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There's a reason why a law specifically says in this verse after telling us what they asked for a lot of says that the punishment of hellfire is external. Allah is not just making small talk. He's telling us why the circumstellar off man asked for this thing in particular salvation from the fire because it takes priority over everything else out

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