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Jumah for Teens at Langford Islamic College
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that none is worthy of worship but Allah and that our nebia Allahu alayhi wa sallam is his worshipping slave and final messenger. I always remind myself when you have Taqwa, Allah azzawajal I pray that Allah Subhana Allah to Allah grants in you and I within us the capacity to be loving of him, fearing of him and hoping in his mercy in this life in the next in a greater capacity in our privacy than what we seek to show each other publicly Allahumma amin
Are you okay?
It's a question, of course that you'll hear a little bit more about throughout this week. It's an initiative that the government and governments around the world have made as a check in question to ask each other both as family members as friends, as neighbors, fellow students colleagues here at the school.
But this isn't a question that is taught to us outside the discussion of the Quran or the student of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And I want to continue the series that I started with you as young men here in our school this June was only for the year seven to 12 students
Just the gentlemen Alhamdulillah due to the COVID restrictions, and we've been talking about the Art of Manliness and growing up with Islam and becoming constant, and consistent in our worship of a loss of Hannah, who went to Allah.
One of the things that the prophets I send them was best at doing was checking on the welfare of others. And one of the best aspects of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was that it didn't matter how he was feeling, he always thought about the needs of other people as well. So you could almost see the profits on the lohani us lm on that day of bed. And on the day of
when he's been bloodied, and injured, and hurt. And yet he is one of those who goes out in search of those who are wounded, to help them and treat them and carry them and visit those wives and sons and daughters who have lost fathers in those battles. In fact, you see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam being the one who encouraged this Sahaba to check in on each other. One of the most moving moments is recorded in the Sierra, during the Battle of that when one of the Sahaba was injured, and in his last moments of life,
one of the women of the unslotted care came carrying water he was thirsty. And as he's she's about to give him water, there's only a small amount it's a battle is waging around them, he hears the pain of another person a little bit further away, he says, I'm okay, go to them first, give them water, and then come back to me, they need it more. So she leaves and she goes to that one and he hears another person who's in agony and pain, and he goes, I'm not suffering like that one go to them. And when she goes to the third, she finds that he is returned to Allah. So she comes back to the second he's returned to a law, she comes back to the third and he's returned to a law.
And therefore you hear that a lot tells us in the Quran, where you Runa Allah and footsy him, when can I beat him kasasa specifically about Allah or the Allahu anhu, one of the most moving chapters in the portal and moments that Allah records for us in the reading that we recite that a man enters into the masjid of the prophets, I seldom who's poor, without food without drink without anything for himself, his family and his children. And as he enters into the masjid, he says, Is there anyone that can help, but Allah is in his prayer. Ali is in his voluntary Sadat. And while he's in sujood, the story tells us that he took a ring off that he was wearing, even though he's in his prayer, he
takes the ring off, and he just tosses it towards the sound of the man who was in need.
Are you okay? is a question? It's not to give up anything from your wealth, from your time and your energy is just to simply let other people know that you care enough to ask. And I wish in sha Allah to build three things in you in this whole book or joumana. Three things that I want you to understand. First is you are never too young to help. One of the best things much i love that I love about you, my students here at Langford Islamic college, is that your desire towel sometimes I know I see you I could see it happen. One of our teachers, she's pulling something or carrying something bringing something from the car, and I'll see one or two of the boys run over one or two, the girls
will run over and say, Miss, can I help you with that? Can I carry that with you?
One of the ideals we find one of the stories of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
is that there was an old woman of Porush.
And it was a hot day and she had been in the market in Mecca. And this is the day where they hated the prophets. I send them the idolaters to a degree that if they could murder him, they would.
And he sees this elderly woman who has too many things for her to carry. So he comes to me and he says, Is there something I can do for you Let me carry you have kalibo e Ll beta, I'll help you take you to your home for hamdulillah. So he picked up the things that belong to her and he started walking. She said, I'm over there. It's across town, but I can't give you any reward. I have no money. Don't be doing this because you expect me to pay you. So he smiled and he walked behind your until he delivered to her to her home. And then she gets I said, I can't pay you anything but I can give you advice. He said Give it to me. She said if there's one thing I tell you. There's a young
man in Mecca today who's causing trouble amongst us. Who's getting young people to leave
Religion of their forefathers, to stop worshipping the things we've been worshipping all these years. If you ever hear of this guy named Mohammed, stay away from him Don't go near him. for Tibet, Sam, Allah has sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So he simply smiled and he nodded his head. He took that insult from her after doing favor.
And as he turned around, she said, Don't, aren't you going to tell me who your name is, so that I can when I turn and give devotion to my gods, to our statues to our idols, I can make mention of your name to repay you. He said, faneca Mohammed, um, that Mohammed you were speaking of.
This is the man who you and I seek to model our behavior behind sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So first, you're never too young to help. And you're never too slow to help. And even if others are helping, just asking if I can help is help enough.
Number two, that if you can't help in the way people expect help in the way that you can, you know, sometimes somebody expects you to do something, but it's something that you're not able to do, you're not prepared to do. That doesn't mean if I if you can't help me in the way that I wanted, that it means you shouldn't help me in any other way. And that was something that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was really gifted at, that sometimes a person would come to ask for one thing, and the Prophet can give them what they want, but he would give them something even better, whether it was advice or words of encouragement or a smile, and that's where the prophets I send
them he teaches us to buzzsumo, caffeine, coffee, or in another rewire and to Camila Akaka be watching that you meet another person with a cheerful face, that even if you're upset inside, that you don't meet people with a rough and gruff and angry demeanor, even if you are troubled in your life.
That if I can't give you something, I can give you something else. And the third principle,
which I will continue after agility to list all the prophets I seldom said, law you know,
you can never be a true believer, a complete believer in Allah had tell you hey boulia he may your head bow hulin f se, until you can love for others, the things you love for yourself. So Pamela, most of us we misunderstand this are the three it says if we assume that the Prophet wants us to give people things that we like, that's not what the prophets I said, let me saying, I want you to listen again. You can be a true believer until you love for other people, the things you first love for yourself.
And it means that you need to work on yourself need you need to enjoy certain things in life you need to take time for yourself and exercise for yourself and enjoy your video games and enjoy your photo on and enjoy whatever it is in life within reason without going overboard because I can't love for you if I don't love for myself How am I going to love for you anything when the world seems dark to me and everything is wrong in my life.
And therefore to pray for others. It begins by you praying for yourself. Prophet Ibrahim Aliya Salaam he says Don't be Gianni Maki masala woman Daria T. O Allah let me be regular in my prayer and also my children and those who will come after them. Yeah, Allah. How can I ask for my own children if I forget to ask for a lot to help me and to bless me? How can you ask for your parents what you don't ask for yourself? How can you want good things for others unless you learn? What are the things you should appreciate and enjoy in life?
Are you okay is an important question that begins by you asking yourself what's wrong?
Why am I in the place that I'm in today? What do I need to improve in my own life in my own education? In my own relationship with my parents and my friends? What am I doing wrong first, before what are others doing wrong towards me? And I'll continue with this after June subtlest saraha akuto they have a stealth little law the Monday welcome
Alhamdulillah Hunter shaqiri wa salatu salam ala l mursaleen Sayidina. Whenever you know Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman kathira
if as you sit with me today, near the end of term three in the year 2020.
And I asked you for these couple of minutes today
Just almost imagine what you were doing last year at this time.
So if you're in year eight now, when year seven last year as you sat in the end of term three,
what has improved in your life? And what hasn't? What has remained the same? What things have become better? Is your tissue read any better than a full year past? Is your ability to read and write improved? Are you still making the same spelling mistakes? Are you still negligent with your soul are struggling to concentrate? Are you still having the same arguments with your siblings and brothers and sisters? Are you still wasting the same amount of time? ignoring the days that go by in two weeks and months and years? As you come to the last two weeks of our school as your twelves? Do you look back and say, Where has it all gone? What's going to happen next year? Where will I be
seated? where I'd be at university or at TAFE? or at work or at home?
What are the things that you plan on changing? What are the needs that you have to love for yourself? What are the things that you appreciate that Allah has given you? And what are the things that you want a lot to help you change? Each and every time as I lead you for salata, Lord, I always say to you the same words. As you stand before Allah, ask Allah be thankful to Allah for the things he has been generous to you in what Allah has blessed you with. And turn to Allah in this moment in your art for the things you ask him to protect you from and the things you're afraid of. Because those are two lists in your life that you must always have.
Where I can improve, and where can I appreciate what I have already been blessed with. And each and every one of us Alhamdulillah has been given so much near my so much blessing fan man, be near and mature because I had this. So use the favors of your Lord and proclaim them to the world by showing a lot you have appreciated it. show a lot of the appreciation you'll have of our school and your parents and your abilities that you have been given as talents Don't let them ever go to waste. Are you okay is a question that I put forward towards you. And I pray that Allah Subhana Allah to Allah allows you the opportunity to use it to the best of your abilities, that Allah subhana wa Taala
makes you have the best of mankind as the prophets I seldom said hi eurocom and Falcon leanness, the best of you are the ones who are most useful and benefiting to others in life. May Allah subhanho wa Taala make you have those who learn the Quran and are able to teach it to others, irrespective of whatever career vocation you have in life. How you come into alignment Khurana lemma, nobody is better than the one who's learned the Quran and has been given an ability to teach it.
Man you read the law who we hire on COVID-19 the one whom Allah wishes for them goodness in this life and the next they get an understanding and a firmness of will and knowledge of the essence of our faith. May Allah Subhana Allah allow us to practice our Deen and to be from those who are blessed by leading others towards the path of Allah and the sooner Barnaby is subtler. lahardee us lm Allah magnet Allah the critical issue cricket snare abetik La ilaha illa Anta Subhana Allah in the Quran to me, nobody mean I asked Allah subhanho wa Taala to protect our staff and our students, our parents and our teachers. ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to lead our administrators and
management to that which is pleasing to Him, to protect us from straying away from the path of truth and to assist us in all that is good in the assistance of others towards it. Well after that when hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa Sallim wa barik ala Sayidina Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or alcumus sada.
Align yourselves completely towards the left turn your bodies completely towards the Qibla Lower your head in humbleness and humility towards a loss of Hannah one.
This is a moment of connection with Allah azza wa jal
Lower your head to Allah azza wa jal Keep your eyes at the place of your sujood
clear your heart and mind of any distractions.
Set your record with a loss of Hannah and with Allah show gratitude for what you have been blessed with
as the loss of Hannah Montana to protect you from that which you are fearing of, and consider that this may be one of your last prayers stone.
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