The Power Of Dua

Yahya Ibrahim


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Dua (Supplication), something that carries so much power, yet has been neglected by many muslims around the world.


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The Prophet Muhammad sallavi alayhi wa sallam is the final newcomer to the Islamic world, and his actions and actions are reflected in modern times such as words like "verbal" and "immoral". The importance of forgiveness and staying true to one's beliefs is emphasized, along with the need for fear of one's own success and avoiding harms. The importance of protecting one's mind and finding one's own path is also emphasized. The need for consistency in small steps to build a successful culture is emphasized, along with the importance of avoiding harms and not giving things back at the wrong time. The need for men to be aware of rules and try to avoid embarrassment and find their true selves is emphasized.

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Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah sallallahu alayhi wa early wasafi was certainly more than

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always we begin with the praise of Allah azzawajal. We send our prayers of peace upon the nibio Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we testify with firmness and conviction that there is that law in the law, that there is none that is worthy of any worship or devotion except the lives of a gel. And we continue with same strength and conviction to believe and testify that none is there who was sent to guide us more perfectly than Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He is our final newbie our final prophet and messenger unto humanity, who has come with the sealed favor and Koran and carry, which is the essence of old truth and guidance for humanity from the beginning until the end.

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And we pray that Allah subhana wa Taala puts the love of the Quran in our heart, and it's the citation upon our tongue, and that our children, our young and our old grow, to nurture themselves upon this wonderful Kitab, the word of Allah in the speech of Allah azza wa jal.

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I always advise myself a new with tequila zildjian, which is the inward consciousness that we have of a law, our awareness of the Creator, the Almighty, in our life personally, and that we see that this is something that shows itself outwardly, from what we believe inwardly that it manifests itself in what we say and what we do and how we interact with others in society. And this taqwa consciousness and awareness of a loss of finding with Allah is the legacy of all of the prophets that was given to them. And every place you look in the Koran, you will see the word of Allah where he will say that the prophets were commanded today to say to their people, and Abdullah nyla. Camila

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worship Allah alone, you have none but he or they would say, and he toquilla be mindful of Allah, be conscious, aware of your dealings with him. We're going to talk about da and da is

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is that the prophets I send them said, that you are who you are, which is translated as supplication.

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Or as invocation or as devotion, love, worship. All those words mean that one thing do

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and you are is both

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a praise of a law and a request from Allah. And it's done in those two ways. And we're going to study some of the DA that a law has captured for us in the Koran. And we're going to look at some of the law of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam, to see its eloquence, and to see how it was formulated so that we can have soon principles in how you and I asked for our own things. One of the most often asked question of me, is Chef, Brother, brother, yeah.

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How do I ask a law for what I want? When I don't know how to say it in order to be

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like I need to do I know the Prophet said and you're going to say to us, Accra buma Kunal Abdullah, Robbie, the closest a slave is to his master his Lord wahoo Assad you doing beignet a day is when they are bowed down on their face before him? How do I ask a law? I don't speak out of me.

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Can I just say it in my heart?

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What if all I know is to do Pashto? What if all I know is Somali? What if all I know is in Bahasa what that's all I know what can I can I say that can I use those words inshallah, in my studio or not?

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Your art is the essence of every worship You and I do. The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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his action of

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his action of meaning how he did his job,

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his hand movements

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his hushed voice.

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Quietly sometimes the prophets I send them was very quiet.

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And other times it was petition. His hands were up to the heavens of the law while he would sell them. They were so high, his show fell off his back celluloid, sent him his jackets fell off him. He was so much in petition and in need of a lot of diligence. There's an art to your art and inshallah, I hope by the end of our time today, that we will capture some of it.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said you

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Stand up the margin, every single one of you, me, you, man, woman, child, even even an unbeliever in Allah healing.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said and the Hadith in Bukhari and Muslim. He says to you, and I tukey be afraid of dow with a blue one in Canada Cafiero, be afraid of the draw of an oppressed person, even if he's an unbeliever, because Allah will enter that draw and raise it above the heavens above the clouds. You know, D however, you know, gee ha, and Allah will say, Come to me, come to me, so that I might answer you and give this victory.

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Even someone who doesn't believe in a law who says, My God helped me, this man Muslim, a Muslim, has oppressed me has taken my wage, my sweat was not paid on time.

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My effort was not recognized. The car that they turned into and left without leaving a note to pay me compensation. Oh, God, whoever did this person. He doesn't believe in Allah you and I know. And there is heard because they were wrong.

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The animals are heard in their petition. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would respond to the cry and do the anguish of an animal. He responded to the anguish of a burden camel, there was a camel that had too much burden put on it. And as the Prophet walked out of his mouth, he does his insight and Bahati. He saw this camel and as soon as the camel saw him, it cried. Some of it was silly. It knows who to turn to. And the prophets, I send them gravitated towards this camel, and put it down on the ground, let it sit. And he began to unpack its burdens a lot while he was selling them. And he said out loud, whose camel is this? Who has oppressed this beast? They have not been

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created to be used and misused in this way. Some of them are what do you say?

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There's an art to draw.

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And there's a way to be heard by a law and there's a way to be rejected by a law. And there's there are were the prophets I seldom says that the person will make your art and the angels will capture it and imprison it and subdue it. And in other statements, the prophet said that your art will be thrown back at the petitioner striking him in the face. Because it is unworthy of ascending to the Almighty Allah azza wa jal.

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Allah says in the Quran

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subhanho wa Taala.

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We begin

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our sada with these verses

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where we say in honoring Allah, we praise Allah fers Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen or Rahman Rahim twice in three sentences, you repeat his most well known description, the Merciful the Especially Merciful. MADI, kiyomi, do you understand that you will be bound to him and be questioned by him? Yeah, Allah, I will be questioned by you on the Day of Judgment. You are its master. He cannot vote. Therefore, I submit it's the first you are that is recorded for us in the Koran of asking a law through subjugation. iaca Navid, only you Oh Allah subhana wa Tada. Will I turn to enjoy?

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What er can stay in and only you are more will I ask help from? So the next thing is Dena guide me. It's the essential of our life. Allah says in Surah Al Baqarah.

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What color of a

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coffin what color of buku Rooney, a steady black? Your Lord said, asked me. invoke me, I will answer you. In the levina stack be Runa and Eva t sadhu, Luna, Johanna metatheory. But remember that those who are too boastful and arrogant and proud to ask give me shall enter jahannam in humiliation. Now, this is the first principle I want you to make note of this principle first principle.

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The more requests you make have a law, the more deserving you are of His mercy.

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And the less you ask a law for things the further away you are from his

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Merci. Sometimes you and I as human beings we look at it wrong you know if I was to invite you to a barbecue to my home, as I said I wanted the sunshine This is Perth. Mashallah for those watching overseas, make them jealous. Right? This is Perth, Masha, Allah barbecues everyday they think they think all the time is just barbecue, barbecue barbecue. So you come to my house, and this is your first time to my home. And you know, we're friends, but not really friends, friends. And all of a sudden you come to my house and I say, thanks for coming to my house. Do you mind just mowing the lawn while I finish up?

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You would find that absurd.

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It's ridiculous that the men would invite me for a barbecue and asked me to do physical labor.

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And we kind of use that logic with a law. We assume that because we're not friends with a lot. That's why a lot talks about earlier. The Companions of a ma the nearest to Allah, we assume because we are not on an informal basis with Allah. You need to be in a very really informal basis with Allah. Allah needs to know your name.

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Because you remember his name. That's the essence of the prophets I send him saying was Guney as cool. Allah says, Remember me and I will remember you. You're the guy who's always with a law. You're the one who prays the two Raka before 5g because 5g is just not good enough. You need a law. You're the one who takes a little bit of a break to pray two rakaat for rock, solid beam before though you're the person who seeks to do the sooner in your soda, the 12 rock that builds for you a house in general every day because you did those 12 Raka extra. You're known to Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says either ahead Bella AB de nada jabril the Hadith in Bukhari

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when Allah loves the person he calls you breeland says yeah jabril boo boo. You breed this man this woman this individual I love them you love them for your Hippo who debris debris loves you God loves you have Rahim Masha Allah insha Allah make to say Yara ratchaburi loves ya. We'll go on that premise.

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Where you know debrief or at least semi degree calls out to everything in the heavens, and says in the law, you hit boo,

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boo. Allah loves this person, love him as well. What

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on earth allows acceptance for you becomes known, even those who are not you know your best friends find some tolerance for you, even your enemies cannot find the ways they enemies they seek to harm you because of that love of a large religion.

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So the first lesson is that the less you ask a law,

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the further you are away from his mercy. become acquainted with Allah azza wa jal. A law also says,

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call it a law with the man. Notice this is beautiful. Allah says couldn't tell them whether you ask your Allah or you say Yo, man, cry man is

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you know you ask for Allah's mercy when you need it. Sometimes when you feel you're strong, there's no one in look at my bank account. I have a job, I have a home, I have a family. I have children. I've been educated, free health care, we're in Australia.

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bank loans right, left and center. No problem. gjelina If Allah was unhappy with me, why would I have all this? I have people back home who don't have what we have and 100 Allah cut for them to whom I was given more than others. And Allah Subhana Allah says, yes, there's moments where you need to invoke Allah, you don't think you need his mercy. Then there's other moments where Allah drives you into the ground.

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Where you are put on your face by circumstance where everything that was stable is upside down. Where what you thought you built a lot shows you that he can take from you because it was not yours in beginning subhanho wa Taala. So whether you are needing Allah or you come now to know that you need a rock man, notice that all of the super pious they always call a rough man, Marian. She's printing in metal masters in Jerusalem. It's her own private quarters. Mary Alia said I'm the man that no one is near her. All of a sudden she sees the image of me

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Call it in. In rush nanny ninja in Kentucky. Oh Allah. Oh, whoever you are I seek refuge with the Merciful One. She remembers a rough man. First subhanho wa Taala I am terrible federal federal law.

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Whatever you're gonna call a law with remember he has the most excellent complete names, unchanging names. A law is complete in who he is unchanging. His or her law does not change because I'm not deserving of it. Allah have mercy is not just extended to me when I did good. He is always merciful and therefore he has the most blessed and continuous names as origin.

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What is the Caribbean me? in the Caribbean?

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Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when they ask you concerning me about me. I am near.

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That's amazing. Allah doesn't say the word couldn't see in the upper the verse before it says say couldn't say to them. But here when you ask where where's the law in my life? I'm near.

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I'm with you. In the murukku ma As matter of law, I see all here all I know all subpoena Who? What odd. Let's dive in. Let's look at some of the draft from Nepal and some of the draft from the student of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam first

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urbanna Valentina and fusina were in Lam Delfin Lana Walker Han Elena coonan. Nominal ha serene who was the first to make this drop?

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Adam alayhis salam, this is the job of humanity. You and I need this drama as much as Adam needed that drama when he strayed from the mercy of Allah azza wa jal. This is the drama that makes up the totality of your life. Every time you do wrong, and you will do wrong. And I want you to understand that you will do wrong Why will you do wrong? Because we view is that capacity. A wall has given you the ability to choose and not all of our choices will be correct. You're flawed. You're not destined to be flawed because you can become complete. And the prophets I send him says kemu lemina reject he can hear the Hadith ism Buhari. Many men have attained that Completion with a lot and many women

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have attained that completion. At the head of them is Miriam, the mother of Isa

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Khadija, the wife of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the daughter of Leyland Asya, the wife of Iran and faulty mother, daughter of Mohammed Salah La Jolla USM.

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noticed the first word Rob Bednar.

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Our Lord,

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have you ever wondered why you don't say rugby? As often? Why do you always hear the prophets I send them saying Rob banner, why do you hear Ibrahim saying Rob banner? Why do you hear Moosa saying Rob banner when they're asking for themselves?

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Because the second etiquette that we learn today is that when you include others in your need, Allah solves your need. See, your premise of being here on earth is as hula in this earth, that you keep this earth ready for those who will leave there after you that they are prepared to use it as you have used it and benefit as you have benefited in life.

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And therefore you must be inclusive.

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Don't be of those who says Well, everyone knows that I'm a brother. I got to look after myself. Yeah, I mean,

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Allah, listen to me first, and then we can worry about these others. Right? No, or a banner. Include others. Think of others intend others in your heart, Valentina and Susana, third principle, admit your mistake.

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Do you know your mistake, keep it within you understand that it is something that you must deal with between you and Allah vollum was an idea did volume. I knew what you expected me.

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And I made a mistake. I chose the wrong wing, Valentin FC. so silly over law. Give me your forgiveness. simpana, who went to either? What a long term Filipina notice that the request of Adam and Hawaii isn't our law just forgive me. It's that they understand now the magnificence of a law

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in their life, that if you don't forgive me, who do I have? Where will I go? What success will I have in this world? Where Who can I turn to? What?

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If I don't have you or law to turn to every time I seek forgiveness,

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I will always be from those who are outcasts and losers. as Muslims, our faith is the only faith that promotes Toba.

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I want you to understand this. For example.

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You seen the movies? If you don't know it, personally, you'll see in the movies or on TV, that when someone does something wrong and they're Roman Catholic, they'll visit the church and they'll do what? confession right? They'll sit with a priest and they'll tell him What's wrong and it's their form of penitent penance. But for us as Muslims we see that as being inadequate, because why when they ask you about me or Mohammed say I am near it's between me and Allah, Valentina and fusina were in London fildena water Hannah linic una nominal Casa de

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Allah also records in the Quran

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that you are

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of Ibrahim, where he says

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Bobby Gianni mukhi masala

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woman at robina with a BA he begins asking for himself.

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Robbie Gianni Maki masala Allah let me be consistent in Falah

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let's pause here for a second

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who's asking a law help so that he can pray profitable? Ibrahim? What good What luck is you're gonna have in the world man. If Prophet Ibrahim is saying, Yeah, Allah help me I need to pray. Yeah, Allah helped me to make my Salah. If Prophet Ibrahim needs a lot of divine intervention in his life, to keep him on the straight path of prayer. Most of the Imams when they analyze this I have a certain theme. The first thing that they say is Asana. It's prayer. That's the straight path because either solo Han Solo helambu every everything is accepted by Allah azza wa jal. You must ask Allah to help you with Allah. And therefore at the moment you end a Salaam Aleykum Assalamu alaykum The first

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thing that you say is a second fiddle Mojave. Allah forgive me Why? Because I could have prayed better. There were moments where I thought of my wife of my work of my children of my school of my this of my dad or my homework of my cooking

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of the city of the city of the city of South

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Africa. And then you say

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Allahumma My Lord, he helped me.

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helped me

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to do what remember you. Allah decreto worship chiricahua neighbor to pray better. Yeah, Allah. I did though. It was okay. Yama give me a better us.

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Yama helped me today I did my five Yama let me do it tomorrow. Better rugby, Gianni Maki masala. Notice how we put it upon a lot to assist him. He says he Gianni You make me it's like it's almost as if you're saying Yeah, Allah wake me up for

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like, have a bird fly through the window or something, you know? let some drivers skied and I wake up, okay, find your time. Right? Do something. Yeah, a lot to help me. He's pleading aegiali make me from them. Use whatever tools for me some some high level data to help me arrive at my sauna. When in reality notice every dollar of the profits is never just for themselves. Never do you find a righteous person that they are greedy, in draw just between them and Allah. They always include others. And the first of those who they include is their own children their own responsibility.

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Wanting to reality.

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And for my children, and my grandchildren, and my great grandchildren. You know, there are people

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who lived in this land hundreds of years ago who were Muslim.

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There were families who came from Afghanistan and other places who were Muslim. When you go to that Perth mosque and you look at that title, and it's been more than 100 years that Muslims have prostrated to Allah azza wa jal will mean the reality.

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You have this Amana literal

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It means seed

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your children are a seed you're planting them in this environment.

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Oh Allah irrigate them with Sala nurture them with Iman give them the guidance that straight path that I asked for myself that I asked you to put me upon.

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And don't let them go to waste when in reality here's the fourth lesson or a banner

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with a humble

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answer and accept my

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unique need to make dua for your job.

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You can't just say I asked

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you asked and then what?

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Well I asked Allah Allah Jani. Where is it?

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I've had literally people you know they would say brother Yeah, I wanted to get married you know and I made this to haha and I made I prayed yesterday and nothing.

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say okay, it's been What?

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13 hours?

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Because yes.

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You said you're the man and then you're entered as long as you're not earnest worried that it won't be answered.

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Allah says beautifully in the Quran, m au g boo tada Eva da, who else but Allah will answer the one who invokes in in dire need except the law, meaning even an unbeliever and the law uses this in the Quran. He says that there are people in the ship and they say thou will law Heller in nj tener they say my lord if you save us, Lennar coonan, nominal mu flossing, Larry coonan, Amina Salim, we will be from the best and the most sincere in worship to you, Oh Allah.

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Allah angelholm elisabetta. But when they're saved to the shore, they forgot. They do their own thing again.

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And therefore the one who answers the Mouton Allah, why does he answer him in the dire need? It is only one reason. Because when you are in dire need, you are in sincerity.

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You know, when you're, you know, when you make do I as if you're in a drowning ship, you know how sincere That guy is. That's when a lot answers you.

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A minute, who else is going to enter? It's a lot. So when you make do and it just like a read, you know how some people after a solid, they do this little thing? They go like this.

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And they just, you know,

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I've done the formality. If I didn't do people say why didn't you do it? When we know the essence of the job of the prophets, I send them after the prayer is not like that. His job was to speak. Right? It wasn't just a formality, say a few banners and let's move along. Right? No need, I need you over law. Whether you are a rough man because I'm pushed to my knees or you are a law who I've not recognized your mind, in my life.

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or between me with the head. So

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what originally Maharaja said, what you're leaving lucassen con and nazira.

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Allah Subhana Allah says in Surah Al Nusra. And this was the draw that was made by the prophet SAW Selim as he was entering Mecca, you know, he's entering into Mecca. Now, after 10 years they had banned him from it's on the law what he was selling them a few years earlier in the in the whole idea, they made him return back couldn't even make Amara, and after the peace treaty, they broke it with violence and the Prophet returns with strength. And he says,

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of the attorney mood, the seller said, My Lord,

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enter me into good

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and allow me an exit to be good.

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This is a central door that the believers make and many of the members they say that this type of job. And this particular job is to be said at times of confrontation and struggle and difficulty in your life. You're going into a job interview, you're going into write a test, right? You're going into fulfill an act that you feel apprehension about.

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And the prophets I send them says, Oh Allah, allow me to enter into that which will be good. Because there are many things that we think will be good for us. When we find inside, they are hollow and not full of good. And then we try to get out but it's difficult. So it's not just I want to enter into good but I also want to have an exit into good and prosperity. And give me from you all of law and authority that will help me along some karma nazira the Imams of Tafseer they say an angel

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Who will guard me all throughout this process

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are bilaterally followed the one and 100 were received

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over law.

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Leave me not single, childless, though you are the best of inheritors.

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is a dua that shows the anguish of someone who needs something from a law and none can provide it but he.

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But it shows the faith that balances their requests from a law with knowledge that it is a law who can take back anything.

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See, sometimes people think I'm going to ask a law or law give me and then you receive. And it becomes one of the greatest tests in your life, that you were given something you wanted so much, that a lot of them recalls it from you and takes it back from you as one of the greatest tests you have in life.

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And therefore this is Oh Allah, what you will give me is going to be from you. And if you take it back for me, Oh Allah, you are the best who will return and take things away. Subhanahu wa Tada.

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We're going to spend a little bit of time with the last two verses of Surah Baqarah. Anyone knows something special about these two verses? From the death of the prophets I seldom.

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Okay, first, they are a treasure, from the treasures of the outer, of the mighty out of fear of Allah azza wa jal, the prophets I seldom said ot to mean kinzel I was given a treasure from a law and these two verses where it second, when the prophets I send them ascended to heaven in Israel when mount Raj, these last two verses of Surah Baqarah. And this is the last of them.

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Were communicated by Allah directly to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And they're the only place in the Quran where Allah spoke the Quran to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, as is in the hadith of an Imam in nessa

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third, that these two verses are the protection of all protection and the prophets I send them said, the one who recites the last two verses of Surah Baqarah is protected guarded at night until they wake up in the morning until they lay to rest. Listen to the eloquence that Allah seeks of us. robina led to fitness in Siena, our partner, our Lord.

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Don't blame us for the things that we have forgotten or fallen into error in. What's the difference between healthy and if,

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if both words are translated in English as sin, if it's sin and hottie sin, but hottie is a mistake. I didn't mean it. And in many aspects of our life, there are things that we do wrong, unintentionally. And therefore the first level of seeking forgiveness from a law is from the things that we assume he will forgive us anyway for or have been allowed to have it now Oh, Allah, don't blame us for it. In nesina, a foreigner forgetting is a natural process of all human beings, as it narrated and so I had Bahati one day the prophets I said, was praying. And he prayed a lot of us five Raka instead of four, five, and also have afraid behind them just quiet. And after the Salah.

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One of them says Yasuda loss and I suddenly has our prayer changed. Because when the Prophet does something, it's the way it should be. Prophet said no. They said, because you added a fifth Raka Should we do this tomorrow? And the prophets I seldom said Allah Akbar Tony in the Bashar never showed up for

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an Xactimate and so I am only a human being I forget the way forget some of the law when he was sending in that is a sense of humility of this noble privileged messenger of Allah azza wa jal that he accepts this humanity that as Muslims, we never elevate him past his status with a loss of Platinum tada I'm a human being I forget the way you forget. Robin Allah to a fitna in the center of Patna second robina with me Alina is Soren kemah Hamilton Hualien Davina Minh commelina Our Lord, do not put a burden on us, like the burden that you put on the people who came before us.

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There are those who came before us nations that came before us, who were given blessings by Allah. But it was a burden upon them because they were not able to sustain it. And therefore, he now were a bad that our worship of Allah azza wa jal, we never go to extremes. And you see that the habit of the prophets I send them was always one of moderation and consistency and continuation of small steps that lead to ever bigger nearer challenges that one faces in building their eemaan in Allah azza wa jal, and part of your job is not to be burdened with something that you will not be able to sustain and withstand.

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Or abana, whether to hamina madda lnav. Our Lord, do not place upon us a burden greater than we can carry.

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Every one of us is burdened.

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With law, he if you and I, we would be honest with each other. And if it was just to be a day of free talk, where you could just tell everyone the theories that burden you in life, all of us would seek and burden each other with burdens. You say, you say, Oh, you know, you know, you see me I'm happy. Yeah, but I'm not. I'm actually not

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And asking Allah subhanho wa Taala, not to put more than I can withstand.

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Not that we can withstand

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his opinion, plea and a cry that we have between us and the loss of Hannah Montana, where you are asking for a divine intervention

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in the things that trouble you in life.

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And sometimes we look at other people, and we don't see what their burdens are. And we think that they are far better off than us when the opposite is actually the reality.

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And a law tells us in the Quran, that there are some people that say boom as a Nia, I mean, it's tough. Some people, they don't ask anyone for anything, you think that they're wealthy, because if they make this facade in front of you that they don't need anything from anyone. And the Euro, the Allahu anhu and Fatima, they would give sadaqa and charity that the person who they gave, when they looked at them, they thought, you know, Savannah law, I think this man needs it more than me, but he's giving me

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more than he has for himself

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because of their reliance on the law, and releasing your burden.

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And asking a law to lift off our shoulders. What we cannot withstand is an essential drop.

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is pardon. It means overload don't just forgive me make it like it never happened. The roadmap tell us that you might harm someone you know, I might take something from my dear brother, Yunus. May Allah give him strength. And I might take something without right.

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And before a law, I have a right that is to be repaid to him.

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And maybe I lose contact and I feel regret in my heart. I wish I could do something. And I turned to Allah in sincere repentance. Yeah, Allah forgive me. And the amount that I had misappropriated from him, I put it in charity in his name. And when I go to him or I ask Allah for forgiveness, and I do all the things that I can to absolve myself, and he and I never meet in the dunya again.

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Our scholars tell us

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that even though Yunus May Allah protect him might have hated me in the dunya. When he comes out of his grave because of my devotion to Allah, He will be made to forget it by Allah giving him good that expiate my sin because I was sincere to Allah.

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See, sometimes we've harmed someone, and we think all people get over it. No.

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You will stand before a law and be held accountable. And if you don't free yourself in the dunya, you will be accountable in the AF era. And the only way to ensure your protection is to increase your good deeds that will make a law counter my sinful deeds, and erase his Huck upon me.

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absolve me from it. Wow, I'm gonna make it like it never happened. I have

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is not just for Akuma and forgiveness. It's as if it never happened well the Filipina and also forgive us Oh Allah will Hannah and show us your mercy and tender with Lana for you are our master. You are our protector from Susan Allen komen Katherine grant us victory over the disbelieving people. That last part of the year many people misunderstand it. victory over the disbelieving people means that the one who has taken my right that you will give it back to me Oh Allah and the one who did not understand the truth and held it against me you will give it back to me Oh Allah and the one that I had a claim over you will give me victory over it Oh Allah.

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Rub the silly when do you add?

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What do you mean da da ve t mean and what it means in a minute when it says is avanti Mina illa tabara This is the new a similar drop was made by our Prophet Ibrahim alayhis salam for the chef Mohan please come to the front inshallah just a colossal please

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my Lord forgive me

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and my parents

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and whoever enters my house is like Hello, hello, Alicia.

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Notice is the art of it includes even us like no doesn't leave anyone out. He says Oh ALLAH forgive me. Or love forgive my parents all love forgive any believer who walked in my home. Okay, even if they didn't come into my home anyone who believes whether man or woman Oh ALLAH forgive him. All right. This is the draw of new alayhis salaam.

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And it shows us as a principle that we include others in our job hoping that Allah will accept it and increase it.

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You are number in Surah Al Baqarah. One of the final dots we study today.

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It is the most made use of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in auspicious occasions like koloff when you make the last This is really all you need for Ben Affleck Jr. has an awful Alfredo Hasina. joaquina Dabba now, by the way, this is something funny, I just read.

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I was reading the Tafseer of this ayah

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and Abdullah hit me about the Allahu anhu the Companion of the Prophet vise and he recited this earlier and he said to some of the tambourine, do you know what the head center that you asked for in the dounia? Is what is the good thing you asked for in the dunya?

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Who knows what is the husband and what are you asking the good? A good wives of harmala Did you hear that brothers? You're making tawaf? You're asking do I make my wife a good person? If I don't have a wife make it make sure she's a really good person so I don't have anything to work with her and she's just good on her own Mashallah are better at in ethic dunia has Anna was in karate hustler and good in the afro Latina now and protect us from the fire. There are three important benefits in this job. First benefit

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is don't ever forget your share in the dunya don't ever just think oh Alfredo Alfredo outfit or no you need you can be rich. You can be rich, be rich, you can make money. If you can feel this whole room with hella money, where you're going to earn it from halaal and spending halaal robina attina for dunya Hasina, give us a lot good in this life. Some of the Sahaba were the wealthiest of the wealthiest, dressed in the finest clothing enjoyed the best of things. And it when it was time for them to share with others. They were there to give and they were there to stand by in Abuja, Mohamed Salah I send them the likes of man, even a fan of the rock man

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the best of the best.

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Second benefit we take from this

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we ask for good in the dounia one time, but we asked for good in the ophira double

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feel afterwards he has an end cleaner now which is a benefit for us in the aphylla. So as much as you seek from Allah in this life as riches, you want to be as healthy as you want to be as content as you want to be. Make sure double of your energy is put put towards that asset or towards that way where you will save yourself in the asset or between you and the law. And third, and finally that we take as a benefit from this wonderful area.

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Is that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught a simplicity into art

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and a better way men came

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and he was listening to the prophets I send them an herbal buck, you know, they're talking and they you know they using these big words and and and the better one says to the Prophet So I said to him that who then then attack I wonder, then then at the other

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I don't understand the big words that you and Abu Bakar use, you know how some Muslims they like, they seem so pious and like, Wow, look at these guys, like 50s and malanez. And so you're like, intimidated? And this man, he says, You're so dumb. I don't know how to say what you say. I'm a humble person. So the Prophet said, What do you ask for? He said, I say, Allah homogeneous. Ellucian Jenna. Allahumma inni Allah we come in and now Oh, Allah, keep me Jenna. Oh Allah, keep me out of gentlemen. Prophet smiled and said to him, how Allah had to then all of our big words are circling around the one word you just said, Everything we're saying. We're trying to say what you just said.

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I, what we said is what you're trying to say. So let me summarize my discussion with you in chat law. With these five essentials and

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five essential points. First,

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ask a law for good in the dunya.

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But do so conservatively.

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Ask a law for the Acura extravagantly, double what you asked for? Don't just say Jenna, say I want and for those Allah, Allah I want to be next to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now your deeds are never going to be equal to that of the prophets. I seldom you're not going to expect to rise to that level but you make that you are hoping that your love will put you near him someone lohani

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you will be with the one you love the most on that day of judgment. Second,

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when you make dua to Allah, begin with praise. Words like obenour My Lord, your mind, it's personal.

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You belong to me, only me hear me answer me seek me.

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I want from you I covered from you. And the prophets. I said him would be very strict with the Sahaba he would say don't say when you make drop in sha Allah. You know some people they say, May Allah give you gentlemen sha Allah to say chama man, say man love you, Jenna. helaas. Allah will enter you don't be unequivocal. You must be decisive. Yeah, Allah, it's like you're drowning in the sea, save me.

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Allah is near all of us.

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And he is near to the one who has purity of heart, more than one more than the one who has lots of actions without purity of heart. It's that little humble word that you say between you and Allah subhana wa tada that fills your world with Rama and Baraka. That little thing is just in your heart between you and Allah. You might be a person who outwardly other people look down on look, missing a part of hijab or this one is, you know, I haven't seen him in the gym. Ah, now I'm not saying those are things you discount, but they are not things that you discount that keep you away from a month. You have no one but a lot to ask. Don't ever feel too sinful to ask him as a virgin, he hears you.

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And therefore he says that the one who turns to him repentance is one who initially has believed. Yeah, you're handed in an arm and a llama. It is the believer who asks the law for forgiveness. It is the believer who says I forgot. It is the believer who says I made a mistake. It is the believer who is burdened with sin. It is the believer who has walked far away from a law but recognizes a noticeable Where am I going? It's only back to Mr. zildjian. It is a sign of faith that you return to Him. Number four.

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You your draw

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is answered

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based on what qualifies its answer. And Addison's Muslim is a warning to you and I that a man is lost in the desert. His camel has run away with all of his supplies. He's sitting there with nothing as shallot he's covered in dirt. The sun is rising upon him. He will not live another day in that desert and he puts his hands up fine

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Nearly to Allah. And that's the meaning of the Hadith. He didn't ask a lot initially. Finally he remembers, okay, I might as well I might as well now my life might as well just try my luck. So he puts his hands up and he says Yara, my lord Answer me.

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And then the Prophet pauses, and says, but that men

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his clothing is from haram procured from her on his food is from Quran would be Haram, his whole system of life was based on that which was sinful, and I use the gibler How does he conceive that Allah will hear and answer him Subhanahu wa Tada.

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How can one in good conscience know that they have left the law and feel that they can ask of a lot of the things that are extra to what they need in the luxuries of their life. Be conscious of your place with a lot of diligently seek him but know that Allah subhanahu wa taala judges us in terms of our deeds and our conduct and the sincerity in our heart. Fifth, and finally,

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no job is complete. Without the blessing sada upon the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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nothing, right raises you in standard and in place between you and a law greater than you honoring Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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You remembering him often is draw and one of the Sahaba and the Hadith is authentic and the abida would, he said to the Prophet, Yasuo, Allah in the Hajj, I have a need. Should I ask Allah? Or should I say my prayers for you?

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The prophet SAW Selim said some of this in some of this. He said, How much should I say in Salah upon you or messenger of Allah? How many followers should I say? Should I do a third of my draft instead of making in every three to one sola for you and two, and the Prophet said you can or more. He said half Yasuda, Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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The Prophet said you can or more. He said Yasuda LA I will make all of my job. I'm not going to ask Allah for anything.

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But Allah knows what's in my heart I'm going to make my my sada and Salam upon you all of it. Salalah honey, listen, and the Prophet smiled and said, then you will be given what you wanted. And more. Some Allahu Allahu Allah earlier he was suffering he was suddenly