Yahya Ibrahim – Tafsir Ayatul Kursi

Yahya Ibrahim
AI: Summary © The importance of Islam is highlighted in the context of the return of volatile spiritual teachings of the Koran. The speakers discuss the use of eyewear, water, and the importance of avoiding intellectual honesty in the act of the Koran. They also emphasize the need for acceptance and gratitude in the act of reciting Koran's predictions and avoiding intellectual honesty. The speakers encourage others to be generous to others.
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Insha Allah

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let us begin I think at hamdulillah we we pretty much filled up as much as we can.

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our asuna who forgot the frozen all the map. I'm about before I begin for some of the brothers there's still maybe 10 seats up in the frontier in chat law, if you would like five or six on the side there inshallah, if you would like to come down.

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We today inshallah have an awesome session, inshallah. It is always with the intent of pleasing Allah subhanho wa Taala. That we gathered together to deliberate and to think, and to attain consciousness about the words that he divinely inspired to our nibio Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now I want you to understand that is and courtesy.

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There is no verse in the Quran. There is no section of letters that were formulated and reveal them to humanity that are greater than these words. Nothing. In the scriptures that came before Mohammed's I tell them, nothing in the Torah, nothing in the NGO, nothing in the software we brought him or Moosa, nothing was revealed to humanity that was greater in mind and more versed in meaning than if you could see the verse of the courtesy.

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The Prophet Mohammed Sai, Selim says, as is narrated by Imam and Missa, tee firming Kinsey louch,

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I was granted a gift from the treasures of the throne of Allah

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was sent down to me some a lot while he was in.

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So this isn't just any regular area, there are more than six different Sahaba who the prophets I send them in different years and a different times asked the simple question, Are you are you getting an album? What is the greatest In your opinion, in your knowledge, you've come to learn the Quran. What is the greatest verse that you believe is in the Quran? Not just that he would tell them but he would ask them to investigate what they thought

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and obey Him card. Now I want you to understand when I say the word obey you because it's not just any guy. The prophets I send them says in the Hadith narrated by Mohammed Bukhari, who anime Allah if you're going to learn to

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learn it from one of these four people. Ignore me.

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Abdullah limeroad What will they be kept second to him is obey Ghibli Kar Wai over your kneecap. He used to have such a melodious voice, such a beautiful voice that the prophets I send them one day, as he's walking in Medina, he passes by the House of obey in the middle of the night, and he hears obey reading and the prophets I seldom sat outside his house listening. That's how versed and articulate and beautiful his recitation of the Quran was. What's the greatest verse of a

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This is the greatest verse and the prophets lie Selim pushed him in the chest which was a sign of love to the outer and said to him, you have gained the knowledge that Allah has intended for you, meaning you have learned what is important for you to have learned. So let's begin with this. So with this if it is in a surah, the second chapter of the Quran

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and it is the longest chapter of the Quran Surah Al Baqarah isn't as well as any any regular surah the prophets lie Selim says, as is narrated by the man Muslim on the Day of Judgment Surah Al Baqarah, will come in the shape of a cloud

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And we'll cover the one who has memorized it and shelter him with protection. Sort of Al Baqarah. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, when a person is buried in his grave as is narrated by Abu Dawood, if they have collected Surat Al Baqarah, and they have memorized it and live their life in accordance to it, it will come to them in their grave and nice as a companion to sit and comfort them when others are in terror. The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said about the surah

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that the one who recites it and asks a law for anything with firmness of faith, he will be given what he asked for Surah Al Baqarah

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in Missoula is this area area 255 of the second chapter of the Quran,

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our ministry partner Rajiv, Allahu La

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Ilaha Illa who will how you consume

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Hulu similar to one another level map is similar to a man or men the lady showering in love evening yeah Allah Marina de Mama.

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Whether you hate una be a min en mi Illa Masha, what's the accuracy you who somehow it will or whether you do who will who will who will actually you love in

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this area is made up of 10 sentences, one

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with 10 sentences and we're going to look at each one of those sentences within the next hour insha Allah to understand the inner beauty and the inner meaning and the secrets that Allah has placed in it that comfort us physically, spiritually

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from a health perspective, from a financial perspective, from an unseen danger, all of it mentioned from the verses and the statements of Allah and the Sunnah of the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Let us begin our journey with a small gelada

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going to begin with the virtue. We've mentioned this hadith overvalue B cap with a Prophet asked him what is the greatest verse and he says, it is a yes and codici Allahu La Ilaha Illa who and how are you? Here are five quick statements that our scholars initially in the virtue of is and could see they highlight they say first. The Prophet himself described it as the greatest ally in the Koran. Second, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam tells us as we will study shortly, that in this area is a law's Greatest Name is Mila Hill album, I love either Doria v ajab. The name that when he is invoked with supplicated to buy he enters the request of the one who asks, it is the greatest

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protection from the sheath on given to us by Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The Prophet said number four, the one who recited after every prayer.

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The only thing keeping him out of Jenna is that he's still alive. Allahu Akbar. If you recite this ayah every prayer, the only thing that hasn't put you in gender yet is you're still living. The moment you pass away your soul enters gender, and the moment the day of judgment comes your body and soul intergender by the promise of Rasulullah sallallahu he was number five. The prophets I send them said the one who recites it after his prayer, a lot remains a guardian for him and sends guardians to protect him until the next summer. You are in a state of completeness fortification from harm, we will study what this means inshallah. Let's begin with the word Allah.

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What does the word Allah mean? Where does it come from? How do we understand it? For the Malaysians in the audience? You will know that a few years ago there was a huge debate 10 Christians translate the Bible in Bahasa Malaysia and use the word Allah to mean God in their book. Can you open the engine and read a law created or does it have to be too hard and so on the other names that are known within their language

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and jakeem and others, wrote research papers I also read wrote a research paper I was in

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Malaysia at the time and presented regarding this topic, one of the greatest writers who spoke about the philosophy and understanding of the word Allah shall establish Luca him who I've summarized his words here for you. The word Allah comes from en meaning via Allah,

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God, meaning the god v God, the only god this is what it means in

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the word Allah was recognized by those who live before Mohammed Salim who were Arabs. And the law says to the Prophet always in Nepal on the inside, if you were to ask him, perhaps men Hanukkah, semi watch, he will, who created the heavens and the earth layer who Luna, Allah, they will enter you a lot. It's not these idols that we worship, you can remove a lot, that we worship them to bring this closer to Allah. They would worship the idols in the intent that they would worship it, hoping a spirit in it would raise their prayers to Allah. They said we weren't clean enough to speak to a lot directly. And a lot rejected this suparna What's

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the word Allah is not foreign? When you look in Hebrew, and when you look in Aramaic the language that Jesus spoke and when you look in the ancient Semitic languages, you find that they use the word L which means God like Illa l

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you know, you you turn on the TV sometimes in a Christmas and you hear them singing Hallelujah, right? What is the word hallelujah mean? Hallelu Allah

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Hallelu Allah, glorify the God.

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Heavenly new Allah hallelujah. Until now they still say it. Right gibreel What does the word Jabri mean? Job job brute strength, from L from God, strong because God and a lot tells us in the Quran, zu

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ku was the name of Chima team, when in doubt of strength, near the throne of Allah subhana wa tada Jabri, the prophets its main, the one semia, Allah

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heard is shman Allah heard a last call his smile semi I heard

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it in

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the Prophet of Allah yaku. One of his nicknames is Israel, he, the one who fought for Allah, who went out in the night for Allah who struggled for Allah.

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le de la Rosa, you Eliezer all of them have this statement and coming from the word that we say, Allah, it's not a foreign word.

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Is it clear under the law? So Allah begins this area in a unique way, he says, Allah, He doesn't say la ilaha illAllah there is no God. But Allah know he begins a lot first. Because everything and every statement in this area is a description and a discussion. pinpointing the most important things you need to know about Allah.

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Allah tells you

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when he learned as SMA,

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to a law belong, the best names, the best characteristics, I want you to notice that a lot doesn't say at smell will happen to Allah is best names No. Snap, it's a feminine, generic term. Who's not and hasn't that mean two different things hasn't amines. They're good, because anyone can have them. But what's nice is that there is only they are reserved for the one who deserves them. I can be khadeem I can be generous. And then there comes a time when I'm angry. You knocked on my door the wrong day.

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And I'm not kidding. So I you might say brother, yeah, Kareem, generally, but I'm not always Kareem. But Allah is Al Karim. Always Corinne never changes.

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Always forgiving. Allah, always pardoning and Jabbar always helping, always fixing you, always sustaining. Never changes as early, consistent and eternal with him. Subhanahu wa Tada.

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So Allah says, invoke Allah using those things.

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What does this mean?

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Because we're going to come to understand a lot Greatest Name.

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I want you to understand that when Allah uses these names he's asking you to possess their characteristics. If you want a law to be Rahim merciful you must be you must be Rahim and merciful. So Allah tells the prophet to say to us, Abraham, amen fill out Dr. Hancock Memphis sama, be merciful to those who live with on Earth. The one above the heavens will be merciful to you.

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Rahim una your Hama? Hama rough man, the Merciful ones, the Most Merciful will show them mercy. Does that make sense? So when Allah says our food, I love food, our Rahim Allah Lee, he wants you to possess knowledge he wants you to possess generosity wants you to possess forgiveness wants you to take on the characteristics, he has described himself to you to learn to model your behavior around it. And therefore when he refers to his prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he refers to him with the traits that are extracted from his name. So Allah says about the Prophet when Otto sonalika illa

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method malami. We didn't send you or Mohammed upon this earth, except to be a source of mercy to those who interact, interact with some of the law to us.

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So we want to invoke a law when it says under law, it's not easy to say yeah, Hannon Yama, nyan yada, yada, yada. That's not the law. what's meant other law? Use the characteristics Allah described himself weave in your character, it will bring you closer to be answered by Allah.

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If you want a lot to answer you to give you mercy be merciful. That's what it means to ask a law using those names. It's not just you keep repeating a rough man a lot. If a lot is a lot if no, you're saying yellow teeth, you yourself yada yada, Bob.

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You say yeah, Kareem, yeah, Kareem give me a Kareem and then someone as you say, Get away from me, I have nothing for you today, move away from a Dali

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So, this is, this is what it means when a smart factory rule will be invoked a lot through those names, by possessing those characteristics that you send to others and therefore out the law of God. Thus he says Allah, the word Allah, it means it is a call, it is an invitation lululu here he is the one who is deserving of divinity while narubu D and the only one deserving of worship.

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And it is incumbent upon all those who have He has created that recognize this from him supine Tahoma Tada.

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We come to the next section, Allah. Now he begins to tell us about himself. The first thing Allah wants you to know the first thing he would say to his messengers. When Moses stands on the Mount Sinai, the first thing a law says to him, yeah Moosa in me,

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Moses, I am your Lord.

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Gonna like take off your shoes in a cubby while

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you are in a pleasant place, one photograph or send me an email. I've chosen you to listen to my instruction. What's the first instruction in any and Allahu La

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ilaha illa Allah, Allah, Allah, there is none but mi subhana wa tada La Ilaha Illa. What does this mean?

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It means

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nothing to genes, this associate negate anything that claims to be worthy of worship.

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Anyone, anything, any person, any tree and He shrugged anything created, anything with purpose,

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anything that has been given shape.

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If this associates itself from it,

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it negates its worthiness.

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It is not a law.

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It is not worthy of worship, total negation of anything that seeks to resemble the one who is the creator of it. So Allah subhana wa Tada. There is none that is comparable to him.

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La Ilaha Illa first begins by saying nothing is worthy of worship in level, so negation and then a for affirmation except t, which means you must be a capital of everything other than Allah. Allah tells you in the Quran, yeah, for

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those who believe this believe in God, anything worship other than Allah, you have to be a person who this believes

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in what is worshipped other than Allah. It's not just that I worship Allah and I believe in a lot before I can truly believe I must negate what is worthy what is seen as worthy of worship, that is false in the sight of God. There are seven conditions to your belief tawheed has seven conditions. You do it but you don't know it. So we're going to talk scholarly, the first condition of knowing that the law in the law that you know in law who Allah Allah know, first condition is knowledge. You can't find someone in the street and take your pain say less than a loss with a loss. Okay, good.

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Angela, testify, brother. You're good.

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Anna hula Illa Allah, Allah commands the Prophet boys, Ellen, have sure knowledge that there is none that is worthy of worship of Allah. That's the beginning.

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And therefore, the first sentence given to the Prophet is, is Cora. Read, learn, recite, ponder, think understand. We are the owner of knowledge,

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learn of the law. Second, how much should I learn? You have to learn enough that removes them that there is other than a law

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anything that remains within you of doubt, it is your duty to go ask others until you get it solution and find the answer to your question. Certainly Yaki is evil shack, it removes all doubt about Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Third, is acceptance. There comes a point in every one of our life, you're born Muslim, but sometimes you haven't reached there yet.

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You have to accept.

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There are some things that you must accept even before you have come to know with certainty.

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So it's upon you to accept what Allah has sent you and verify it, but you don't reject it until it's certain

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Mashallah a Sha.

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One wonders of the iPhone.

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Right? acceptance. You have to accept Allah subhana wa Tada. You have to accept what he sent you.

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What he asked of you what he requested of you.

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This is why you find that those Sahaba who came to faith early on you give them title so

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he accepted what others would find unbelievable. Mohammed went up to the heavens spoke with God came back down. You believe this Alibaba Yes.

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Now that's a Samsung.

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I've become familiar. My wife and I we compete.

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You might accept, you've accepted Alhamdulillah you've accepted faith. You've accepted with knowledge and with certainty. Now you have to accept it. And it has to be something that is complied with its own.

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you fulfill it, there is a compliance that you perform.

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So above doesn't just ask you say Oh, yes, yes, yes, yes, I accept it, but I'm not going to do it. Then you got to accept it and do as much of it as you are able to do.

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truthful. It has to be only for Allah. truthfulness is before sincerity. What's truthfulness? Why are you wearing Hijab? Why did you wake up?

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Oh, my father woke me.

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Is it truthful? No. Is it will you be rewarded? Yes, your reward and chamalla will reward you as much as your near it's rewarded. But is it truthful to Allah has it met that criteria? Right. It has to be truthful once you become

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truthful between you and Allah. You develop a class sincerity, where everything you do you now want it to be only for him. Initially in your life, you were doing things because people told you, people talk to you. It was expected of you. You fasted Ramadan, everyone's not going to be the only one not too fast. I know it's long, I know it's hot, I'm gonna pass. But then you become you come into a cycle where you look forward to the test. You don't complain about the heat, you don't complain about the thirst, you begin to count its reward rather than its length.

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Finally, the aim of all of these six steps is to lead you to the last and most important love.

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You want to do all of this because you love Allah. And therefore the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would receive verses from a law that talks about love, one of the most beautiful verses allowed near the end of sort of money and he says, in a levena know those who believe, want me to follow the heart, and work deeds of righteousness. So yet jalila Homura man with

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the ever Merciful One shall find for them love, meaning shall put love amongst the amongst those who meet them, shall put love for them, to him, Allah shall put love for into them, the final tada shall even cause those who are antagonistic to them, to suffering towards them. Those who worship Allah with that love, are honored by Allah subhana wa Tada.

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They do that because La Ilaha Illa who no one is worthy of it, but him subhana wa Tada.

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And how

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are you?

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These are two words,

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that when they are brought together, they describe all of the names of Allah together,

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any name, any attribute, any description, any sweeper, any is of a law falls under these two, these two are the root of them begin that journey in discovering a law.

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The everliving the ever watchful Sustainer of all things Aparna wattana. When we talk about a lot living, he talks about you, he says in the Quran, going to

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you were dead, he brought you to life. And he talks about himself as the one who is living his life and your life are separate. They are not the same. Your life is defined as being not dead.

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You look at a leaf, you say this leaf, is it alive or dead? What's its measure? Is it fulfilling a function? Is it still green? Is it still attached to the tree does it still take in the sunshine and act in photosynthesis and produce the glucose that benefits and causes fruits to grow less life of anything is that it fulfills a function that's the term of HIA it has a purpose of doing it has a function that it fulfills.

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And therefore life is to remain in the fulfillment of that function. Life really means are not dead.

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Life is not being dead.

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And with a law It's different with a law it's eternality there is no possibility of death there is no possibility of end because there was no beginning a law was before there was a was

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a lot was before time before there was was

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a raccoon and Mecca he was before even a place to be was was not even a place to be he was suparna Houma tada and

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he is the first that comes under this lie the ever living supine and mozzarella.

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How do we come to this a lot tells you in the hotel and when I tell you ma'am la isla

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Don't you ever invoke with a law another day and see why so long? Because you're gonna say why why should not let you know. We just read this. There is no god worthy of worship but he was

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Why is there none worthy of worship but he couldn't lose shape in Harlequin Illa

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because everything will be destroyed, except his face his magnificence of Hannah with Allah Himself. Everything that was brought into B will be destroyed. The only one to remain is a lot the creator and Sustainer of all soprano Tada.

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That will to him will be your judgment. This is another reason why, what led you to Joan and you will definitely be brought forward to send judgment in front of him surprised on what Allah

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Allah also says, In so often for con, to put our trust with our Kal el el hijo de la de la your mood, put your trust in the one upon whom everyone realized that every living which now brings us to that second section, he is not just living but the function of his life's of Harlan what's Allah? Is that everything that is a sustained by Him as our journey.

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The word alpha u is not an argument. It's a It's mubadala. It's an excessive fluency and an increase in the language of the Arab

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Are you He is not just the one who everyone's is sustained by he's the one who everyone is sustained by that none can sustain them without him subhana wa Tada.

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He establishes himself and sustains everyone from himself the most hi subhana wa Tada.

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And just as everything leaves, because of a laws life,

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everything is alive because a law is the one who is alive.

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And a law who is alive will bring everyone to death. But even

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just as everything leaves because of a lot of life. Everything is sustained because of a law sustaining it subhana wa tada all of the characteristics of a laws governance, authority, creation, alcoholic arousal and more depth and more ease and moody all of those characteristics, the stem from him being an A human

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and therefore, as is narrated by

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the Companion of the Prophet Mohammed sigh seldom who the Sahaba described as being the one who would carry the sandals of the Prophet. He was the one who was always close to him the as soon as the Prophet took off a shoot he was the one that held him right. On his companion. I'm always with him. He says whenever the prophets I said Lem was distressed. He would say Yeah, hi you Yeah, can you be romantic as da ve, O Allah, O Allah, O Allah you through your mercy, I seek assistance from Allah Allah.

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So Allah is aware when others are not.

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And Allah

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assists when others cannot.

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Allah gives when others would withhold. And Allah is generous when others would not be. Allah is merciful, when none would be

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a law is the opposite of his creation in his treatment of his creation.

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When you are slighted, and someone airs towards you, you restrict and you push them away.

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But Allah says to the prophet to say to us, when we seem a lot asks us, where are you going?

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Allah says in the Quran, where do you think you're running off to? The Prophet would make the dua, he would say, Oh Allah, I asked protection from you with you. Allahu Akbar.

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The one who protect you from a loss anger is Allah

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subhana wa Tada. And Hi, I'll call you.

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The creation is maintained because of this order. I want to recite to you a little poem about a Saudi is set up because there are those who worship Jesus

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in place of Allah

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checkley son of him he says,

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better than mercy. Merci Helena.

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To those who worship the Messiah, I have a question. Nori do jawaban mingma wha hoo. We seek an answer from the one who can think

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Either my son in law who be sooner call me Mr. Hooper Allah Allah Who

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is the God that asked to be worshipped is killed by the ones he asked to worship him Can he be there God

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melty he bought noon God haha.

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But stranger than that a grave could hold a god is that he was in the womb of a woman

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method that he NACA desanding chose to live inside a woman for nine months mean haven Nevada from blood was his nourishment worship can follow the amount luden boys and 30 Hanley said he found

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an exiting through her birth canal, opening his mouth to be fed

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Illa who can this be the god

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are you

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sustaining all not sustained by any

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are you and how

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could not have been put on a cross? If it was on the cross? Well, who kept the heavens and the earth?

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As it is La Ilaha Illa who Kulusuk in Harlequin Illa.

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So therefore we trust the one to partner with Allah.

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And we relinquish trust in all, but he

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you do not come nearer to a law like worshipping Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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You cannot you come nearer to Allah by worshipping only Allah subhana wa Tada.

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And therefore the next statement after Allah says I'm the one who maintains everything. I am the one who is ever living. He gives you an example. who the winner No, neither slumbers nor sleep overtakes him.

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And this is not because of Raghava, Allah says it in a way in our lobby. It's in a way that it's not that Allah is saying, he doesn't sleep, although he's tired, because he's busy. You know, work, I gotta work. So I'm tired but I'm not going to sleep. No, Allah doesn't even get tired. Let that who knows. See now, when I know, Allah is not overcome, it doesn't compete with him with difficulty or deficiency. Not just that he chooses not to sleep subhana wa Tada. He faces no hindrance in doing whatever he wishes.

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He can sustain anything in being without difficulty.

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affirming this attribute of eternal sustainability of a law and ever lastingness an infinite independent nature of a law. Lead who similar to one another. Nothing ails him, nothing troubles him. Nothing brings him to tiredness.

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The Jews asked Moosa

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does your Lord get tired? So moves? I said, I have an Allah homing daddy. Allah protects us from such thinking.

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How can this be the prophets I send them says to us as narrated

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in the law hilarya narrated and quiet Muslim, while I am busy now Who am I love is not sleep and it is not befitting His Majesty, that he would need to sleep soprano with either

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Lahu math is somehow what you are mapping out.

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This idea or this statement in this ayah is repeated often in the Quran to Allah alone, let

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alone is all there is in the heavens and the earth.

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Every dependent object belongs to him Suppan of what's Allah, the One alone who is independent. They do not have any intrinsic power or strength in and of themselves.

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And therefore you my dear brother, my dear sister in Islam, you look to yourself and you think straight. I'm standing, I'm sitting, I'm healthy, I'm wealthy. I'm young, I'm old. I'm married. I have a home I have a bank account. I have handler I'm capable.

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And then Allah can send something microscopic.

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that you just can't get someone sneezes not even a human, a chicken.

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Chicken sneezes, you breathe it in.

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Now, you have nothing, nothing left. If you could you would give all your wealth, all your health, all your ability. It doesn't even have to be you.

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You could have everything in the world and your son or your daughter becomes ill and you would give everything I have for them.

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And Allah subhanho wa Taala therefore it says level

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even you belong to him.

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You are owned and therefore the greatest title given to our profits I sell them is that he is a slave. One who recognizes his servitude to Allah. Every one of us is a slave to a law some of us just don't know it. You don't know you're a slave you don't know your own you don't know you will be questioned. You don't know you will have duties and deeds that you will be recognized for and asked about.

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You belong to Him subhana wa tada Murphy, semi white you are mapping out.

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That power is only with Allah subhana wa tada It is only he who governs and controls he is the Sovereign Lord. Now I want to show you

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this article.

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And you can read the research later.

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sociologists and psychologists with using experimental science using you know scientific method

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show and claim that a young baby an eight month year old a nine month year old who has not been spoken to about God knows there is a God.

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Scientifically you can prove that a child knows that whatever is there is there because someone made it. They don't understand a child cannot understand that things just happen on their own. No things happen because someone made them happen. You cannot walk into this room and think this theater just came together for no reason by itself. Big brick by brick wire by wire mortar by mortar electric component by electric component. It builds itself. A child has that common sense to understand that how did they test this?

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He says that young children have faith

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even when they have not been taught about it by family or school. He argues that even those raised alone on a desert island, like a Lucha shukran

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even those who were raised on a desert island would believe in God. Mohammed so I sell them cause that fitrah could do anything. Every child born into this world no new lol fitrah is born with a natural inclination and a desire to find in single life. God sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He says if you were if we threw a handful on an island, and they raised themselves, I think they would believe in God. What is this study? He says they took a 12 month old baby. And they were surprised they surprised them by a film in which a rolling ball instead of knocking things down, it made things stand up. If you saw my son Adam, you know if I show him a video of you roll a ball and instead of

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the pins falling down, pins came up. It'd be like What's that? That's not possible? Does it make sense? Something is not right. Because they understand that for an effect, there has to be a cause. Right? So children normally and naturally developing minds, make them prone to believe in Divine creation. And that there is an intelligent design, that the world did not just come together for no reason, or have Bella mahala.

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subhanho wa Taala

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so to Allah alone belongs the heavens and the earth.

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Men the lineage power in the who elaborated me.

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These are the questions that the scholars come up with when they recite this

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who is there that can intercede or ask a law to do something except if he prior orders them to do what he has asked? Who is sure of their words?

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That they feel comfortable enough they can demand from Allah. In the famous hadith of Shabbat people will come to Adam and they will say

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Adam you were a last first creation you were a lot a lot for gave you as an ask Allah to forgive us on the Day of Judgment. Adam will say is a heavily lever up go to other than me go to Brahim. No, come to Brahim of Ramos, I know you go to someone else I can't do it. They don't feel that they have that place that honored position to even request in petition a law to ask him for others who can ask a law on behalf of another person by introducing information about them that has escaped the law. If Allah subhanaw taala wishes to punish me or you

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How can I come and say no, no don't because I know something that maybe you don't know it's impossible.

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Who knows the inner workings more than Allah Allah Yeah, lemma woman Halak does not the creator know most about those who he has created? Who can be sure that their assessment of another person is more correct than Omar no one. And therefore the condition of Shabbat is simple. Anyone who's going to petition a law on behalf of someone beginning with with the master of Chevelle Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are the three conditions that Allah gives them permission and instruction Allah says Dr. Mohammed asked me

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Allah is pleased with the one who is going to ask him so Allah loves Mohammed sighs And third, that Allah loves the one Mohammed sighs lm will make shefa for now I want you to understand that this is all related to the knowledge of Allah. here Allah wants to tell you that even my prophets lie Selim does not know about you and I what I know about you. And this is to put an end to this false ideology that you can ask or ask anyone to ask a law on your behalf after their death. Once the prophets I said lemons passed away, you cannot be digital and say you're a solo law. I said, Allah, Allah Mohammed 10,000 times I asked you to say this No.

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On the day of judgment, the prophet SAW Selim says, as is narrated, for him,

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there will be people whom the prophet will recognize, because of the markings of will do, you and I will be brilliant, your face will be radiant, your arms up to your elbows, your your your, your, your feet, up to your ankles will be radiant with lights will run from the place and the trace of your will do. And every time the Prophet sees one man One morning, say this one is from my own man, bring him Let me give him a drink from Al CalHFA. Let me give him a drink from my house from the pool of water from this pool that I've been given.

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And as some of us come close to him, the angels will stand in our way. May Allah protect you and it from this, and the angels will drive away and push back people. And the prophet will say in the home in on Monday, these are my people, why are you pushing them away? Why can't they drink from here? Why can't they be given my power? And the angels will say to the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Enoch, Allah said, Remember, that

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you do not know what innovative, what bizarre practices they brought into the religion in your name, after you left them Salalah while he was sitting there believers, but they did and live the life contrary to what you had taught and added and embellished or detracted from what you had taught your soul Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So Allah says, Yeah,

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ad him. Allah knows what is before them. When

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and what is waiting for them behind you that

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the knowledge of Allah is definitive.

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There are four levels of knowledge in scholarly talk, there is a and then there's Jeff. Knowledge is where you say someone knows something definitively. He knows exactly, precisely an issue. And it conforms to the reality of that issue. Then there is Jen, what is Gen? Gen is lacking the comprehension with ignorance. If I asked you, what year was the I'm not asking you don't answer. What year was the Battle of beds? You'd be ignorant if you said it was the third or the fourth year.

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It's easier if you don't know which ear it's you don't know. Right? You don't have comprehension.

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It's indecisive jackin now, it

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becomes one. When you say Hold on, it could be this year or this year and one of them is right. You don't know actually which one. But you said one of them, but you don't know if it's true or not. That's called been we're in a vanilla using email.

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And the law says that indecisive knowledge cannot cure cannot debate knowledge. The third is a jessalyn. morasca complete ignorance compounded ignorance, where you say no, no, no, I know when it is. It was in the second year, and you're ignorant, but you say I know for sure it's a second year. That is complete ignorance. Allah subhanho wa Taala is beyond all of that. His knowledge is of the past

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and of the present, and of the future, and also of the counterfactual, what would happen if he allowed it to happen?

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But it will never happen. Allah knows what you will be doing this married if you weren't with me now. Allah knows where you would be. What pages of the Quran you would be reading by.

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Allah knows what you would be doing even though you can no longer go and do what he has Rick what he knows and has knowledge of subhanho wa Taala. So therefore Allah knows what is to happen and what has happened and what is waiting in store to happen. While you're here to nourish a meaning me know no one has that knowledge about a law

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in the Masha, except as and when he wills. Allah knows us in this life, and knows where and what place we will have in the next life, even before our death. This also means that Allah subhana wa Tada. We do not know anything of his sefa when Allah describes his hand or his face, or time, the Prophet says, Don't curse time for Allah is tired. What does this mean? We don't know. Allah says Yahoo law he felt by ad him, the hand of Allah is above their heads that would amount the teachers that when you talk about the hand of Allah, you put your hands in your pocket or you sit on them, because you don't want anyone to think you're talking about yourself. And what tells you the hand of

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Allah is above the head, the same word is used in the same area. But the hand of Allah means separate to the hand of the Sahaba. At that moment, it does not mean the literal statement that you would compare it to the Sahaba. And therefore we do not know the essence of a loss of Hannah, what's Allah in who he is, as who he is, except in that which he has willed for us to state in words and terminology.

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And we do not know of what Allah has in store of us. Anyone who tells you Jenna is like this. jahannam is like this. Even the words used by the prophet and the words in the Koran are only Tucker even in Mahayana. They don't mean the worldly pursuit, the worldly reality. The Prophet makes it very easy by saying, Jenna paradise, mela, I know I had seen it.

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When I was an insomniac, no ear has heard it. When a Mia Carolla can be Bashar and no human heart could ever comprehend or imagine it sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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We're nearing the end. What's the accuracy Yoo hoo.

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the cruelty of Allah. Notice I haven't translated it. And this is proper.

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The courtesy of Allah extends over the heavens and the earth.

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This is the only authentic hadith that speaks about the courtesy. And this hadith is narrated by Liam I will be happy and jr and others. It's the only authentic hadith that describes the kursi. A lot says that seven heavens and the seven Earths are by the side oval cozy, and they are nothing except like a ring.

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A ring you're wearing a diary that you throw out into the desert land in comparison to the ouch of Allah. Allahu Akbar.

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So the Prophet leaves that discussion neck era. It is left without comparison, except to say to you, that all of the creation all of the Universes the heavens and the earth are like something at the side of this courtesy. Courtesy does it mean

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Chair, I know linguistically can be you're finally translated as footstool, or a chair. But the proper terminology is obscured courtesy.

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The courtesy of a law it's like a ring in comparison to the outage. This is the only comparison that the prophets I send them could give you an eye to understand it, meaning that all of that which exists in science has come to discover about the vastness of our universes is nothing in comparison to the courtesy. And the courtesy is like a read that is tossed in the desert in comparison to the outer edge of Allah subhana wa Tada. And the outer shell of Allah forms the ceiling of gender. The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, when you make do

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ask Allah for Allah agenda, but as skim for its middle, and the highest point, which is elfin dose, because it's rude. And above it is absolutely man, the throne of the ever Merciful subhana wa Tada.

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So what have the scholar said about and courtesy to known meanings amongst athletes sooner? Abdullah hit me up as he said, the curacy is the knowledge of a law that envelops everything in his creation. At the moment has an anniversary and some of the tapir aim they said, No, it refers to the attributes of a law that it is another name for a lot of it is a section of the ology that relates to his creation, will Lahu alum

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whether you do have booma law does not become weary to preserve them both meaning the heavens and the earth, and discourtesy and all of his creation, and He is the Most High, the tremendous tapana want to add, it is a part of your faith, to make 10 Z, to transcend a law that a law is distinct from what human beings can imagine that a law is separate from his creation, in the reality of who he is apparently,

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it is a part of the creative act, the sooner that we classify Allu of the that endless the fact that Allah is not just you know how it translates a law is the Most High.

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I left it there purposefully.

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It's a wrong translation. It's not Allah, Allah, Allah is the one who is most high, or Li Li, the one who is high, if not a place.

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Allah Lee is the one who deserves to be highest in everything. Does that make sense?

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Allah is

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the one who deserves elevation in everything.

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In a place in your life, in a place in your room, in your worship, in your in your sub in everything, Allahu Li Li, he is the one who is the highest in everything that relates to you in your life. And his see that his characteristics, his names and attributes also occupy that supremacy over all things. subhanho wa Taala.

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So that a law in his essence in who he is, is above everything that is created, everything is beneath and below him soprano was added the most majestic, the Most High. It is that Allah subhana wa Taala is qualified

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as having the highest and greatest qualities. As a loss of Hydra was Allah says when he learned his method, and there is nothing that can ascribe or be descriptive of him, except the hyenas in everything. He is the pinnacle of everything in our life. stupider who would?

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I wish to conclude with five virtues mentioned by the Sahaba about this idea to learn its power in our life?

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First I do the Allahu anhu he says

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those who lost I send them

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said that the one who recites it after every call.

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nothing prevents him from Jenna.

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that when they return home,

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from their prayer in the masjid, that everything around them is protected. His house, his neighbors, even the surroundings of where

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He says,

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You prayed and you read our youth and kursi everything around you, even the one who hasn't read it receives it. Now I want you to understand that this Baraka descends from Allah. It's not Oh, it's not like a beam that just hits you know, one of the Sahaba he was in the live Miramar and he saw a man who was dressed in Yemeni clothes who had come an old man. And this man had his hands up in Georgia, you know, he's making to Allah, near the door of the Kaaba in the shade of the Kaaba. And the light. Norma is the Sahaba Sahabi the son of a pub, as he makes his tail off he comes back the man is still sitting. He makes fell off the man is still sick, same place, same same job. Same

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thing, sir. He makes seven times he goes in praise behind them a car movie Brahim man still sitting. He does. He's running between Safa and Marwa the man still sitting. So he stops

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instead of continuing with his aroma and shaving the head and all this, he sits next to this old man. Just sit next to him. They said Why are you sitting next to him? He said whatever is going to descend for him. I wanted to touch me.

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Yeah, Baraka right? This is the statement of Allah Allah, Allah Who is the one who recites it after his prayer. He protects himself, his home, even his neighbors, even the surroundings and everything around him because of the second house is abogado de la who

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he narrates that it

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is the greatest idea in the Koran. Whoever recites it in his house the prophets I send them said the one who recites it in his home for Russia for new Habiba, the shape on exits in a hurry this runs away from the house where Allah is recited and in specific areas and kursi is recited. And this was a common habit of the Sahaba. In particular, Abdullah has done many of them that when they would enter their home and they would come before their meal or after they were meal they would recite ayatul kursi in consequence, Abdullah evening mushrooms radi Allahu anhu, yet another Sahabi he says, If Cora is Al kursi, read read as a courtesy. It will protect you, your children, your home,

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and even the houses that surround your house.

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Also Qatada about the Allahu Allah. He says, Whoever recites ayatul kursi on his sleeping bed that the Prophet taught him so I send them the one who recites it on his sleeping bed. Allah sends Melaka Yeah, happy one two angels of protection, who are giving to him until yesterday, until he wakes up in the next morning to Angel's garden. In another narration narrated by mammoth Timothy it says lose sight saving but these angels have swords to to push away the shavon that seeks to harm him or her in their sleep. Final Hudson Valley or the Allahu anhu

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he said I cannot understand how a person who is a Muslim

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and an owner of that has reason has learned is able to think can spend the night without reading ASL could see upon himself. If he knew the benefits in it, then he will never discard it under any condition. He's amazed that someone who knows how to think how to read does not recite is and could see every night before they retire to bed.

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There are two final things that I need to discuss from a physical perspective is it enough that eyewear is included on a necklace?

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All this stuff that I've just said that this apply you know you go to Dubai in transit Oh Mashallah. Mashallah, you know, look, look they have is inclusi just buy it and hamdulillah let your child where it?

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Is that enough? put us in Kumasi put a sticker of it on your rear screen window.

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Put it in your you know front door no TVs are gonna come

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hang it up on the wall. Is that how it is law

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describes a law for you in your life. And how are you the one who's watching you aware of you sustaining you helping you

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anyone who believes that the thing they wear protects them. It is entrance into disbelief in a law. It's an entrance to it. The only thing that protects you is a law

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Why, why are we allowed to hang it in our home? Because when I see it, it reminds me to feed it. Not Oh, it's so pretty brother shala. When you get it, brother, it's very pretty.

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You see it so you recite it. Right? One of the Sahaba of the law, if the hammer of loss, it's due to intellectual honesty, I need to explain this to you. He was of the opinion, one of the Sahaba, that if your child had not yet learned to read it,

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that you could feed it to him.

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So he would write it, he would write it on something edible, and would give it to his boy to eat it. This was the opinion of Abdullah the Sahabi, the son of amaryllis, who was one of the five of Abdullah, he's not just a regular slob, he's one of the five of the law scholars of the Sahaba. So he would, you know, he would recite it on the food or write it into the food and give it to his son to eat it. Right? Because he doesn't know how to read it. But once your child is able to read it, you don't do that. Right. That's from intellectual honesty. The second important thing with regards to the fifth of is and who to see is water. And I think the brother who brought the the young

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brother who brought the bottle, it is from the center of the Sahaba, and the Fabien that they would recite as and could see in water. How do you read it? How do you do it? You recite Al Fatiha after our ministry former Jimmy it's like the fact how you can do it once, three times five times or seven times. And then you recite ESL kursi. And fill that fill means show you also because I need it.

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So you take a sip and you you breathe in not air and not spit Of course. No one wants to drink your spit. Yeah. Right. That's Phil so it's a movement just like you insula

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bother you. That's right. It's a movement of air. It's not spirit and you blow it in the water. Now listen to what the prophet said.

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The Prophet did this for one of the Sahaba and the water dwindled. So the man came to the Prophet with a with a brand new jug.

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He said Yasuda law the waters on the Prophet says like is there any way he said yes. He said Zuma, add more water for in.

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Tests re add more water to it. Because the bulk of the Quran will recirculate through it. All right. So the plan is put in our water. You can cook with it, you can bathe with it, you can make will do with it. You can drink with it. Now it's not like holy water as you know this holy cow. You spray people.

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You don't do that.

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Right. But this is water that you drink.

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to cleanse yourself and your home. And to keep your children healthy in sha Allah, as we said the Sahaba they would do it for their food. You can do it on this water. Wasabi lahoma wa Sallim wa barik ala Sayyidina Muhammad, I am thankful for all the brothers who have come in the sisters who have come.

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Just a final quick reminder.

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If you could be generous to Medallia, have a word with him and encourage him for his trip to China and his soccer tournament in LA. The next talk in sha Allah is may 11 may 11 insha Allah in the same hole

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I know it's small but it's more comfortable than the other ones inshallah we'll do our best to come early in sha Allah Subhana Allah who Mohammed the shadow Allah Allah Allah and the several quadrupling. Wait wait, just one more thing.

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Do you mind if I take a picture of you guys?

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For for my Facebook

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Hold on, hold on. Say cheese

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