Yasir Qadhi – The Book of Du’a From Sahih Al-Bukhari #2

Yasir Qadhi
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sit down while he was while he was out too who began by praising Allah subhana wa tada who deserves to be praised unconditionally, and we send Salatin Salaam upon our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This is the continuation of our series of kita boo a DA or to be more precise kita would die what the chapter of D do as of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from the famous book of Hadith the Sahaba Imam Al Bukhari, Rahim Allah Allahu taala. And in our last lesson, I had very, very briefly is just a brief talk obviously, discuss the methodology remember Holly the life of Muhammad Bahati, I discussed the importance of Hadith overall in the lives of the the Muslim

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community, and today inshallah we're going to jump in directly. Now for those of you who don't have a copy of Sal Bahati, there is an online website, the link is now on your screen or it should be on your screen soon. You can log on to that website and you can follow along inshallah either directly with the Hadith as well obviously, if you have the book, then you can follow along. If not, then you can log on to sunnah.org su n and H dot o RG forward slash Buhari, bu KHA Ri forward slash 80. And this is a website that has Mashallah very good encyclopedic collection of a hadith and translated into the English language. And it is run by a student and a friend of mine. And he reminded me that

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I should announce this that he can, people can follow on if they don't have a copy of cyber hottie. Also, by the way, just FYI. So the humanoid body. There are minor variations within the various recensions. And that is because he mumbled Bahati, he obviously dictated the sohei a number of times in his life. And it has been preserved in a number of different early rewired or transmissions and the famous commentator of imaginable Hollywood, half of them in Agile in his introduction, he goes over the main narrations, and the main recession's all of that it is relevant, because sometimes, I will be saying a word and then you're gonna say, hey, that Arabic word is not in my particular

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reception. That's the reality of all the famous books of Hadith that there's very slight variations, maybe a word here, a word there. So in case I say something slightly differently, don't you know be surprised, I am using I am using the famous edition, which is the commentary of half of the bin hijo, defects held body one, and it is the famous addition that was printed by an octopus Sofia in Egypt, and edited by Mohammed, Dino al Hakim, and others. And the numbering system was done by the very famous item and ship of 100 years ago, Mohammed Abdullah bhakti. So this is a very classic printing that I'm using, it's rather old and dusty. And frankly, those are the best books of

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heinola. The original edition said, what not, I personally, you know, the I don't like the modern ones that are not as critically edited. But anyway, that's a whole different point. So in case your additions are different, or slightly numberings are different. That's understandable because numberings are human things we just put them in your mom Bahati did not write the numbering of the Hadith. So whether you want to take one long hiatus to separate ones or you know sometimes you know there's slightly variation So, bottom line, ignore any minor discrepancies and follow along with the main content with that forget all of this let's jump straight in key taboo a die what the book of

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die What and die What is the plural of do and you can also say an idea, which is another plural you have Adria and dyeworks they really have the same implications the plural of what is do. So the word do R or the word that which is the verb do R is the the noun, which is the thing that you call out to or the thing that you call this thing that you say is the verb is that the I Elif, and the meaning of that is to say something to bring attention to you. This is what that means. And that is to raise your voice when I say raise your voice. I don't mean a loud voice. I mean, you say something. Air is expelled from the lungs and someone hears you and the concept of hearing your

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voice isn't just to give information. No, there is trouble.

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bring attention to yourself data is so that the attention turns towards you, that is the Arabic meaning of the word to say something so that the person whom you call out or the entity whom you call out, will then pay attention to you. That's what that means. And therefore, the the word that has been used in the Koran and in the Sunnah for this linguistic meaning, it doesn't necessarily mean to invoke Allah subhana wa tada that is the specific or technical term, when me and you when we say the word to Allah, we it takes on a technical definition, that technical definition is an act of worship, the linguistic word that does not necessarily mean to call to Allah subhana wa Tada. And

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once we understand this, then we understand how is it that the Quran uses the verb ascribed to Allah, Allah makes to, the Prophet says and makes, how can Allah do drop because Allah is not invoking Allah is saying something that others are going to pay attention to? That's the meaning of da so for example, we'll love who you are, do you know daddy's Salam? A lot is calling together there are a lot is calling to darussalam and delta Salaam is of course, gender. And the Quran says letters I do do a Sunni baina can evolve the combat that don't make the Rasool what is the drought of food here. Don't make your calling to the Prophet sallallahu I sell them the way that you call to

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one another. Do not address the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the way you address one another don't just say yeah Mohammed stuff with Allah stuff with a Jada Sula law. You You speak with respect and you don't raise your voice Latifah swatter. confocal Sultan, maybe we speak in a subdued tone. If Allah had blessed us to be in his presence, then we don't just invoke him by his name, none of the Sahaba called the Prophet system by his name. In fact, they didn't even call him by his cornea and the cornea is of course, and the early Arabic tradition, you would call somebody the father of so and so and so the Prophet system his Kenya was above cost him and no one's called him up will

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cost him because that is an in formality. You call your friends by their cornea. So my cornea is Amar. For example, my son's name is Amar. So I am abou Amar. So another person's corneas abou this and avoid that. So this is an informal thing. Only the close friends call you by the cornea once a man called out. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Bell costume. Yeah, a bell costume. And the Prophet system turned around and said yes. And the man became deeply embarrassed. He became blushing. He said Yasuda, Allah, I didn't mean him. I meant I didn't mean you. I meant to him. He also has a son called cost him. So the man didn't intend to say about cost him to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he became very

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flustered at this. And so the Prophet system said, that call yourself by my name, but don't use my cornea. And so most of the Sahaba they understood from this, that during the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, no one should be called, I will call him after he has passed away, then the majority have said it is allowed, the point being that Dr. is used in the Quran to mean bringing attention to yourself. And this is the general linguistic meaning, of course, the technical definition of do is to invoke Allah subhanho wa Taala. And when we use it in the technical sense, it becomes an action of worship, that only Allah subhanho wa Taala is worthy of so when we use the word

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da, in the technical in the Islamic in the theological definition, then do our becomes an act of worship. And no one can be made do out to other than a lot in the technical sense. You can make dua to anything in the linguistic sense, you can call someone, and that calling is a type of drama. And we give that what that is calling people to Islam. And the people who call to Islam are called Daddy, they are calling to someone or something. And that's what the linguistic definition is. But when we talk about the technical definition, or the theological definition, and of course, the Quran has come with many technical definitions. For example, the word sila can mean a technical definition

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of actual prayer and rituals. And Salah can also mean to invoke or to invoke mercy. The word Zakah can mean to purify and in the technical sense Zakah means to give a certain percentage of your wealth every single year, etc, etc. So you have the linguistic meaning the general meaning then you have the technical meaning that we have to make this distinction here. Now, one of the points of your mobile bodies. So here is something that we should all be aware of, and I'm going to be using this throughout a moment Bahati

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He would almost always begin the chapter with some verses of the Quran. And the point being that he wanted to demonstrate that this verse is relevant to what I'm about to talk about. And if you remember last week, I said that the fifth of Bahati or the Tafseer of body or the, the, the meaning that body wants to derive, one can say the commentary our body is in his chapter headings. So we have to be very very careful and read the chapter headings with significance with the unknown with understanding so that we can extract What do you want Bahati one says to benefit from so he says kita Buddha what what Cody law he tada with Rooney a steady welcome in the Latina yestertec buena

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vida de se the Holden Johanna de hidden. So he quotes this verse, which I believe is not in the the version that you have online, but it is in the printed version, that he quotes this verse in the Quran to begin the whole book of da and what is this verse? It is the famous verse of sudut. Al Horford who do own a statue bellicum Allah is saying, make dua to me, I will respond to you. Those who are too arrogant to worship Me shall enter jahannam humiliated. This verse demonstrates a lot of things most importantly, that Allah is commanding us to make dua to him. Once a lot is commanding us to make dua to him. Therefore, it becomes a sole act that only Allah is worthy of it being done to

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we cannot make dua to other than a law. A law is the one who will make dua to er cannot do what he yaka Nestor, in you alone do we worship, and You alone are the one who is help we seek the divine help or the supernatural help. And again, this is the drama that is an act of worship, not the doer, either we just ask somebody to do something, if I raised my voice, I say hey, can you help me out here linguistically, this is a type of drama, but when I invoke a deity, and I asked for something that only a deity can give, it had better be Allah subhanho wa Taala otherwise, that is giving that right to other than a law and that is potentially a type of shock or a rejection of tawheed. So

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Allah subhana wa tada says, make to our to me, I shall respond to you. And then he says, this also shows us by the way, as we're going to talk about throughout this chapter, that Allah has guaranteed a response to every single day, without exception, and we're going to talk about what this means. It does not mean whatever you ask you will get, we'll talk about this. But if you perform properly, and you have done the preconditions, you have done everything you're supposed to do. A law has guaranteed in the Quran, that you shall get a response to your job or the Rooney a statue welcome, you make do out to me, I shall respond to you. Then Allah says, In the Latina estec be Runa,

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honorable Dottie, those who are too arrogant to worship Me shall enter jahannam, humiliated, notice the verse begins, make dua to me, then the verse ends, if you're too arrogant to worship Me, hence do I and worship are synonymous, to make dua to Allah is to worship a love to worship Allah is to make dua to Allah, the One who makes to Allah to Allah is worshiping Allah. And the one who refuses to make dua to Allah has refused to worship Allah, those who are too arrogant to worship Me, the one who refuses to make dua to Allah, that person has refused to worship Allah. And when you refuse to worship Allah, then say the hidden agenda del heating, you shall enter or they shall enter jahannam

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humiliated. So this is the first chapter heading or the book heading Kitab adapt what now under this are many, many chapters and the moment Bahati begins chapter number one, Bob, Bob, the chapter Bob means adore, obviously, and the scholars of Hadith, they called every single chapter of their book, they called it Bob, or the door of so and so because it's as if you have a big mansion, a big palace, and that is the book and within the palace, there are many doors, and every door will take you to a treasure, every door will take you to a particular topic. And so every single chapter was called the bob or the door of this in this and the door of this in this and the meaning here, we

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should translate the word Bob here as chapter heading, but the concept is so beautiful. It is as if every single chapter, you're entering a different realm as a different room with a different door. When you enter that door. You have your own treasures that are related to that door and then you go to an

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Another door and then another door. So this is the meaning of the Bob Bob nikolina billion dollar tune was the job. The chapter regarding every single nebby has a Dora that is responded to now. It's very interesting a moment Bahati began his Futaba di, what he began it with the chapter regarding the fact that the prophets have doors that are responded to why to demonstrate the superiority of the prophets over all of us to demonstrate that the best to our is the doer of the profits. And then to talk about what were the draws of the profits and especially the draw of our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam there is a special blessing to it. And so the reason why emammal Bahati begins with

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this chapter, even though he could have began with any chapter is to show the blessings of our profits are some in particular, and of all the prophets before us before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that there is at a higher level, and that they have something special. And now he's going to tell us what that is, and imaginable Holly says, a part of her death in a smile called her death an American and a personality and an allergy and a rhodiola one and Rasulullah sallallahu idea he was setting them up on liquidity and a billion dollar tune booster job to near drew Bihar. What would he do and to be a devotee, Chef, I tell the almighty fill era. So Abu huraira narrated that

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, every single nebby has a dat word, that mooster job, that it is going to be given to him. And he has made do with that. So every single prophet has at least one door that he's guaranteed to be given. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, What would he do on a tablet adaptivity and as for me, I want to hold on to and keep hidden my I want to keep it for a later time, my dua that Allah has blessed me with, I'm not going to use it, I'm going to hold on I'm going to hide it I'm going to put it under if you'd like a means to just keep it hidden for a while, you know, it's not to conceal like to destroy it is to hold on to for a

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while, I'm going to carry it for a while, I'm going to just put it in my pocket for a while. I'm going to keep it hidden for a while why shefa attend the almighty Phil are here to use it as a chauffeur for my own in the hereafter. And the second Hadith is similar to this and Emmanuel Bahati very frequently he brings in the same chapter, multiple ahaadeeth. And the technical understanding of the early scholars of Hadith was that if another companion if another companion narrates a hadith of a similar concept, this is considered a separate Hadith even if the meaning is very similar. And if the same companion has multiple narrations, this will be considered to be one Hadith with

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subgroups. So remember, Bahati brings another Hadith we'll call it the halifa column more attended similar to Albion and it's an undeniably sallallahu alayhi salam upon so this is from nsmt Malik. The first idea was from Abu hurayrah. This Hadith is from NSE nomadic and called liquidity in Albion, Suitland. Akali, liquidity navy and da da Bihar first to gebe Virgil to devotee cefa lumati yo melty. So unecessarily Malik says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that every single nebby has a su al, he has a request that he has already asked or he has a doula that he has already done. And a law has given him that Allah has answered first to G. It has already been given

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for Java two dot wati shefa. I tell the oma to melki Yama As for me, I have made the dua that Allah has guaranteed me, I have made it or converted it into shefa for my own on the Day of Judgment. So these are two separate narrations. The first of them is from a warrior or the Allahu taala. And, and a bowrider is, of course, Abdullah, even the Sahaba dosi, the famous Sahabi from Yemen and Abu huraira. he converted to Islam in the seventh year of the hijra, and he spent two and a half or three years with the Prophet sallallahu. It said a morning and evening and he is called the preserver of the Sunnah, because no narrator narrated more a hadith than Abu huraira or the Allahu

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taala. And who and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made a special dua for Abu hurayrah that will not cause him to memorize the Hadith. And so Abu hurayrah is the main narrator of a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu

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The heat was seldom and as for any symptomatic, of course, nscd Malik is from the, the the unsought. And his mother gifted him as a servant to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam when he was barely six or seven years old, and so demonic he then spent around a decade with the Prophet sallallahu while he was selling being his personal servant, and he narrated many a hadith because of this, and and has lived a very, very long life he lived to be over 100 years old, and that is because our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made a special for us and he said, Oh Allah, bless ns cinematic Oh Allah give him a long life, Oh Allah give him a large family of Allah give him plenty of wealth.

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And by the way, this shows us that to have plenty of wealth, and to have a large family. These are blessings from a law that we're allowed to ask for, if we use it for holiday, and we get it from holiday. So have the best blessings from Allah is to live a long life full of good deeds with plenty of wealth and large family. And so this is something that under 70 Malik was, was gifted because our profits are a lot wider he was send them he may draw for Anna's emblematic. So as an Abu hurayrah, they both narrate similar a hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And that indicates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave the similar remarks to the both of them What is

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this concept that he said to them? The concept that he said is that every single prophet has a special request that Allah subhana wa tada essentially gifted guaranteed that Allah subhana wa Taala gave to every prophet, so the prophets have things we do not have. The prophets have gifts that we do not have. The prophets have communication with Allah that we do not have, the prophets have certain faculties that we do not have. For example, we learn from the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that I, my eyes go to sleep, but my heart does not go to sleep. So many scholars have derived from this, that the prophets, generally speaking, they have a life that is

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slightly more powerful than ours, that even when they go to sleep, they have an element of consciousness to them. So the prophets are human beings, they are flesh and blood, there's blood flowing through their veins, they are born of man and woman, other than Of course, Adam alayhis salam, and of course a separate Imodium, these are the only two exceptions Adam was created from to rob and ERISA was, was given birth to without any male intervention. Otherwise, besides these two, every single prophet is a is born irregular birth. And even Adam and Lisa and the rest of the prophets are regular human beings, they are not divided. They are not all powerful. They have flesh

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and blood, they have blood in their bones, they have to eat and drink many of them most of them married themselves, and most of them have children themselves. And so they are regular human beings, but they have certain blessings we do not have enough of those blessings is this one. What is that blessing? Every single Prophet was given one Law and the Prophets used these two hours. And the Prophet the Prophet himself said first to God, they were given whatever they wanted. And if you look at the Quran, Allah The sooner we know some of these doors that the prophets made of the past so for example, the Prophet Solomon Allah He said um he made to our to Allah, that Allah be heavily Moodle

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can Liam Valeria hadn't been buried in the kantele will have that Oh Allah give me a kingdom the likes of which no one before you has ever been no one before me has ever been given. So Allah azza wa jal says for Sahar Neto rehab, we gave him the wind and he could use the wind he would sit on a carpet, this is where the notion of the flying carpet comes from. He would sit on a carpet and the carpet would take him you know, the entire months journey it would take him and half a day and come back the same night and entire months journey and a lot of xojo bless him to have the control over the animals and the jinn. And all of these entities that Allah blessed him to have control over the

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Prophet zekeriya he may go out to Allah subhana wa tada that, yes, that that Oh, my Arab in Nicaragua had an aha moment. He was staggered to Shaban when I'm accompanied by a corrupt bishop.

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That oh my lord, you see, my bones have grown feeble. My hair is sprouting out white sparks I'm so old and I've never been deprived of my daughter's from your law. I want a an air a child Yeti thuney Why didn't Yeti come in earlier? Boom, an air that will inherit me and my name I want to child and so Allah blessed zekeriya with Yeah, yeah. And yeah, I was blessed as a courier when he was beyond the age of giving children him and his wife.

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So part of the deal was when you have a dry cough, you have to tell people, no, this isn't

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The virus is just too dry cough Mustang. And so zecharia alehissalaam he was gifted with yahia at a very old age that was his daughter and the other prophets also they had their to us as for our Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, what was his? What was the draw that he wanted to have done? He said, I have preserved my draw, I could have used it, I could have done it for anything that I wanted. But I preserved it, and I sacrificed why, what did he want it for? I sacrificed it and it preserved it if the back to her, the Almighty, I kept it for my own Ma. And I'm going to use it on the day of judgment to have all of my own forgiven shefa. And this is called the Grand shafa. And in

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another series that I'm also giving here at is Plano, I'm doing the whole series of the day of judgment and I spent two or three detailed lessons talking about the reality of shefa and the types of shefa. And we went over this shefa of our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam for mankind, and for his own in particular, and he has many different types of chifa. He has the macabre and Mahmoud which is the shofar for the Muslim and the non Muslim for the jinn and the ins for the kafir and for everyone. And that is the shofar up to begin on the Day of Judgment, the judging has to begin, that is the most common mode. Then he has another chifa some have called it a chef art aroma, or the

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grand chef. And this chef is specific and unique for his oma, it is not for people outside his oma and this chifa it is for what our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that by shefa will enter under its umbrella under its realm, every one who says law, in the law sincerely from his heart, if you say law in a in the law, and of course implied in this is Mohammed Rasulullah if you say the kenema then the shefa of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam shall encompass you if you die upon the kenema having fulfilled its conditions, and what is the shefa? What does it What is this do it he asked Allah subhanho wa Taala the DA is that our law, all of my Ummah shall eventually enter

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gender, and that has been accepted by Allah and it is one of the biggest blessings if not the biggest blessing that the oma of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and that is us Al Hamdulillah we thank Allah azza wa jal we thank Allah subhana wa tada we thank Allah subhana wa tada that he has blessed us to be in the home of the hydro Haleakala and they say the weather the Adam and the heartwood, MBI will mousseline and the Muslim ban the Muslim ban the hermit and the Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. blB, enter amuro School of Law So we thank Allah subhana wa tada for having blessed us to be in the oma of our Prophet system, because he had the chance to take that

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door and to ask anything that he wanted, and Subhanallah there were times when there wasn't even enough food for him to eat. There were times when he would have to stones tied to his stomach. There were times when his own meaning the the of kofod of courage by oma I mean the oma that he's calling to there were times when his own people tried to kill him. There were times when they surrounded his house and muck and they sent assassins in. There were times when they chased him into the mountains, and they sent arrows and they sent archers, there were times when they raised their swords against him. There were times when they threw that sheep and trails against him so many times he could have

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used that draw in anger, as previous prophets had used it in anger. The Prophet Musa in his anger to fit around he made that drop and found deserved that drop that Moses said that after all the town has done Oh Allah do not even cause him to repent, don't even cause him to repent. That indika it the federal nomoto Xena, Waterford, Hibernia Urbana EULA and Sevilla crop binotto masala and while they him wish to gather pulumi him fella you may know

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him so Moosa made against their own. And Moosa said Oh Allah, let around not accept Islam, even when the final time comes in, and he sees the truth meaning and meaning as long as as long as his acceptance will be accepted or Allah don't cause him to accept Islam until he sees the punishment. He is too evil. Yeah, Allah to be safe. That's the Doha Round. And that is why fifth round did not accept Islam until he saw the angel of death. And Allah says

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on a walker oscillator carbon net

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You're going to accept it. No, it's not going to be accepted for you from you. So the Prophet system could have used that. Against so many people, he could have used the DA for what he needed. SubhanAllah his own Uncle, I will call him whom he loved like a father figure who was his father figure in every sense of the term, he raised him and sacrifice for him as a child, he raised him and sacrifice for him as an adult, and took care of him and loved him, like only a father could love. Because he was the full brother of Abdullah, I thought it was the full brother of Abdullah, the older brother of Abdullah from the same mother and father. And so I will tell him to care of the

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Prophet system. And on his deathbed, and the Prophet system is begging and crying that Yeah, I'm called kalama

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juca, Bihar in the largest, say, one kalama. And if you say it, I will have an excuse in front of Allah, and you will be forgiven. And I will find it in his pride, his ancestral pride, that I am the son of this great chieftain, in his ancestral pride, he refused to say the kenema. And our Prophet system could have used that $1 that he had, he could have used it at that time, instead of Allah guide my own uncle to Islam, he could have used it then a whole 1000 Other times you could have used the drug that a lot of soldier has gifted him with, but what did he say

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to her, I have kept it, put it in my hand and put it you know, as I said, If Deborah has the connotation of, of protection from covering, just literally put it in your pocket, you know, and that's like a topic sterba is just to hide it for a period for protection, that he kept it and he knows he has the opportunity to use it. He has it in his hands that this is the law that Allah has promised to give me. But what did he do? He sacrificed for me and you dear Muslims who sacrifice for us. He sacrificed for his entire oma, if the back to her lumati I kept it for my own shefa Eitan is going to be a chef on the Day of Judgment. So a moment Bahati begins the book of Job to remind us

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with this ID to remind us of the blessings of our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. That's why even though we cannot use this hadith to make a dua, it's not for us to do right. But he wants us to remember the father, the son of our Navy sallallahu I sent him upon us, how can we not love this human being? How can we not sacrifice everything for his love? How can we not give him the the macom that Allah azza wa jal has given him and that he is deserving, when we know so much of his beauty and His perfection. And that is why a moment Buhari begins GitHub with the award with the chapter regarding the daughters of the Prophet and this particular da that the Prophet system has for his

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oma on the Day of Judgment. So this is chapter number one chapter number two Babu of model is still far. The chapter regarding the best of all is still far the best of all is still far while colita Allah was still fedorova camino who can have a photo you will see this seminar la comida Aurora we need to combine one in Weber Nina wage I look him jannatul wage I like him and how so this is one series of verses Your mama's boy howdy quotes. This is Surah noi verse 10 1112 1314. So sudano verse 10 onwards, you can look this up in the Koran. And again, as I said, a moment ago Hadi, he very frequently, inevitably, almost he has Quranic verses in the chapter headings, because he wants to

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link the Quran to the sooner he wants to show you this is our religion. This is what the Quran says. This is what the prophet system is saying and put together this is our religion. So he brings you surah Noor, verse 10 and I'm going to explain it in a while and then he brings you so to Allah and Ron, verse 135

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will lead you into either Fallujah heisha 10, overland mo and fusa home zeca la festa la foto de una will be him, woman yell photo literal, but in the law, what am usufruire Island falou moon so a moment Bahati now goes to the second chapter, and he says, the best of all is still far now. Why did he start the real now we're getting to the drawers. This is the first door he's going to teach us for us to memorize. Notice. What does he begin with is too far. This is where we begin everything. The first two hour we should begin with is the file the first drop of our father, our Father, Adam, urban Avila and fusina the first two are when a prophet says would finish the site up what would you

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say the stuff or the law stuff or the law stuff? It'll law. We begin our two hours with this too far. And so in order to make that point a moment Buhari begins teaching us this is where we begin. Before we ask a lot for anything we need to ask a lot of

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Forgive us. That's the first we begin with because it's still far comes from the Arabic to ask for mulpuru. his stepfather means to ask for the fear. And the offer means to cover up and conceal the actual linguistic meaning of offer. So offer a means to conceal and concealing here means to cover up your faults so that you are not called to account for them. So when a lot is of a fool, and a lot is a farm, and a lot is lost, and a lot is hiral hafid in and allies, central la feeding all of these are the names of Allah subhana wa tada all of these demonstrate that Eliza gel is of a food and half of a thought and offered with them but I sort of have it in a lot covers up our sins so

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that not only will nobody see them, but that we don't have to face the consequences of our actions that's what the Godfather means. So last fall to cover up so that you don't face the consequence is stone Farah in Arabic means to ask for mellifera so it stepfather to ask for whatever the fear this is still a photo to ask for money, Pharaoh is still far the concept of asking for mafia. So we begin our two hours with the importance of is still far asking Allah subhana wa tada to cover up our sins so that we don't have to face the consequences of those sins. And he mentions two verses, as I said, and he chooses the first of them is sudano first 10 onwards, and this is

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what the prophet Muhammad told his people, the famous Prophet, the first Rasool that was sent to mankind. We know this because our Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, What would a student would say that a lot of them was the first nebby and no, was the first or soul. And the difference between nebby and rhassoul is that nebby is sent to a comb to a nation that already believes in him. And rasuna is sent to a nation that does not believe in him. So a nebby comes and the people are expecting him and that people generally welcome him. And I assume will comes and that people don't want him. So our soul has a higher macom than a nebby. And generally speaking, but there are

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exceptions. Generally speaking, our soul also comes with a new shediac and a new set of laws. And our Prophet Mohammed Salah saddam is a newbie and also because every rule is a newbie, but not every newbie is a rasuluh. And we learned from the famous hadith of Buddha that is reported in the Muslim admin, and also

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in the Sahaba. They've been hit done that without a study out of school of law, how many ambia and Roseville how many were sent. And our process of the law while he was setting them said that they were 124,000, MBR

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and 310 and something gruesel a very large amount. In other words, don't trivialize 310 and something he literally said what builder and something and build our means from three to nine, so 313 to 319. We don't have an exact number, how I process them said 310 and something 313 to 319. Russell, and 24,000 ambia. And so every nebby every Rasool is an abbey and not every NaVi is a rasuna and our Prophet system is of course nebby and Russell and the first nebby and Russell is Noah. And what the newest tell his people sort of tells us no he says to his people preaching to them for 950 years. For levita v him elfa Senate in illa holmesian, Allah says is so beautifully in

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the Quran, he spent amongst his people, 1000 years minus 50. By the way, he didn't live for 950 years, he lived for longer. He didn't live for 950 years. He was preaching for 950 years, he lived longer than this celebrity fee him elfa sanative illa from cinema. So Noah said to his people, for all the stuff he wrote back from India who can have a fara from the beginning. No, he's telling the same message that every prophet is going to say up until our prophets of the law Why do you send them is still a federal robber come? Ask your Lord to forgive you. Indeed he is the one who forgives love far is the one who frequently forgives, he forgives and then forgives again and then forgives

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again. And then it continues to forgive. And a fool is the one who forgives no matter how large the sin is, and Allah is both a fool and how far so no matter how many times you have committed a sin of a foul means Allah will still forgive you. And no matter how evil or how heinous or how dastardly the deed was, never lose hope because love for his forgiveness is encompassing so our food is fantastic.

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The Fall is for quantity. And Allah azza wa jal is both of food and afar, and Noah tells his people was still foodora bekam in the whole corner of a pharaoh, seek forgiveness from your Rob, he is the one who created you. He is your nourisher he's not a stranger unto you. He's not somebody who has no relationship with you. He is the one who is in charge of your nourishment, your rub. So don't feel any strangers going back to him is saphira back home. And on top of that, Allah is the one who is rough, he will forgive and forgive and forgive. And then if you ask Allah for forgiveness, despite the fact that you are sinners, despite the fact that you have committed so many sins, when you turn

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to Allah and you ask for forgiveness, not only will ALLAH forgive you, what else will he do? Your city sama la comida rah rah, Allah will send the skies with wind and with rain and the rain will give you your flock that you need the rain will shower will shower down upon you what you need your citizen America Maduro, what you did to Colombia, and while and a load increase your money what they need, and your children will your child come Jannat and Allah will give you gardens where gyla come and Hara and Allah will give you rivers that are flowing between those gardens meaning no is telling his people when you turn to Allah subhana wa Taala not only will you be forgiven, you will be

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blessed in this world as well. Your money is going to go up your family is going to increase your livestock your property, why would you not turn to Allah when you turn to Allah, Allah gives you this world and the next one you repent to Allah, then everything is worked out for you. So about a moment Buhari begins this chapter with this very beautiful verse that tells us what Noah told his people. And then the next verse would add Emraan verse 135, Allah says in the Quran will lead Xena either falou for his shirt and over them will enforce a home and the believers are those who, when they commit a deed that is indecent, something that is shameful. You do something you're embarrassed

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to tell anybody about. And the word fascia typically involves sexual misdeeds, typically, but not solely, that those who do something that is something shameful. You shouldn't tell anybody fracture over them or enforce them or they do any other sin that they have wronged themselves. So the believers are those who when they commit a fascia, or they wronged themselves, because when you sin, you don't wrong Allah subhana wa Tada. You don't allege not harmed, you wronged yourself. What happens for the believers who do this? the Kuru law, they remember Allah subhana wa tada for still photo lives, you do know him. So they then ask Allah to forgive them their sins. Woman yo fuzu but

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in love law, it's a rhetorical question. Who else can forgive? other than Allah? Once you've committed the sin? Where else will you turn to? You feel guilty, you feel dirty, you feel unclean, who will make you feel clean? How will you get that sense of cleanliness? No matter how many showers you take, your soul will still feel dirty for what you have done. How will you feel that purity? Woman yo fuzu but in the law, who else will cleanse you of your sins other than Allah subhana wa Tada. Then Allah describes the relievers. What am your Saru Adam Fido? Welcome. Yeah, the moon. And the believers are those who they don't persist in that sin over and over again. And they know they

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become aware that they were guilty and they turned over a new leaf. This too is a beautiful verse because the mama Bahati is bringing it to remind us of a number of things of them. Is that all Muslim?

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If you commit a sin, do not despair. you're committing a sin does not negate your Eman in Allah. Because Allah says that believers are those who when they commit to sin, they asked us forgiveness. This clearly shows that believers can commit sins. Otherwise Allah would have said that believers are those who never commit sins End of story. No, Allah is saying the believers are those who when they commit to sin, when they do an evil deed, they remember Allah subhana wa tada

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the code of law they remember Allah subhana wa tada for Stella Fotolia dhruba him and they then ask Allah's forgiveness. So remembering Allah after a sin, remembering Allah subhana wa tada once you've done an evil deed, this is the essence of human now. Is it better to not have sinned? Of course, of course it is. But committing a sin does not negate one's a man. So Allah subhanho wa Taala is saying in the Quran, that the believers are those who after they commit the sin, they remember Allah subhana wa tada and then what happens when they remember a law for stone?

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foto de Zulu be him. And we're doing the chapter is still far. So they asked a lot to forgive their sins. Woman your food through but Lola and who else will forgive other than a lot? So this shows us the believers understand this reality a sign of a man is that number one you feel guilty after committing a sin. Now a higher level of Eman. You don't commit this in and you are aware of a lot from the beginning no question about it. But committing a sin does not in and of itself negate you have a man and a level of piety. Once you commit the sin, Allah says there are steps you need to follow. Number one, the karula remember Allah when you remember Allah, you feel a sense of guilt. So

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number two for Stella foto de through behave, they ask Allah to forgive. Number three, they recognize no one can forgive other than Allah they have a man that Allah is a fool Allah is not far. Allah is Rahman. Allah is Rahim number four, what am your Saru Adam Fado, they do not persist in the sin. If you're selling drugs, and then you repent to Allah then you start selling drugs again, then you repent to Allah then you continue selling drugs. That is not a full blown repentance. If you're gambling, then you repent to Allah, then you go gamble again, then you repent to Allah, then your repentance is I'm not gonna say it's invalid. It's not invalid, but your repentance is not fully

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complete. This is an incomplete repentance and an incomplete repentance obviously, is not the best repentance. So the ideal repentance, the repentance, that is guaranteed acceptance, the next condition, while I'm Yusuke Rama falou they do not persist in that same sin. It is a one off they've done it and they repent to Allah now, I was called as mentioned, by the way that a one off can happen many times meaning let me give you an example of a drunkard or a person who drinks let's say that he drinks he feels very guilty. he repents to Allah, he makes a sincere sincere Toba to Allah. And then in his heart, he says that's it. I'm giving up and he tries his best and you know what, for

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10 weeks for a year for a few years, Mashallah, he is completely dry. And then he slips again, that slipping does not negate the first repentance. Why? Because he was sincere, and he tried to completely stop. The fact that he commits the sin again, does not in any way, fashion, shape or form negate the first repentance because that is a separate sin altogether. Then he must renew that repentance all over again and make this sincere intention. I'm not going to return to this again. Suppose he does return another month another two months later, you know what that is life and he will continue to make that sincere intention to Allah. The goal is the effort to achieve perfection,

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not actual perfection. We are mortals we are not angels. We are humans, we will slip. Allah sees our sincerity and our effort. Allah azza wa jal does not ask us to be like angels, but Allah wants to see our attempt to be as perfect as possible while we are at the moon, and they are aware that they have committed a sin and they need to make up for it. So inevitable. Holly begins with this with this chapter or with this verses from the Koran. Then the first Hadeeth in this chapter, called a hypothetical model, Mama called her death number the waterfall had nothing Hussein, but had bitten Abdullah barreda father had death and a bush at the cabin and either we call the head detonation,

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Daddy windows and audio law one wanting to be sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I know call. Satan is still 30 year old Allahumma Antara de la ilaha illa Anta haluk 21 abduch will enter either deca deca Mr. Todd Rubicam in Shangri La sonar to a hula carabiner magic idea what a bootleg cabbie thembi is officially for in the home theater, Nova Illa and all woman called a hominin hari mukund on behalf of Martin Yomi cabela annunci for human added agenda, woman, Allah Hammond la de Waal who are more clear on behalf of macabre new spirit for whom in a little Jana, this beautiful Hadith narrated by should dad even a Synod on Saudi or the Allahu taala and who shed that EDNOS? He was from the the

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tribe of the huzur Raj from he was the nephew of the famous his son a Bill tabet, the famous poet of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he was the his uncle Yanni his father's brother was his son had been fabric and showed that in the house, he lived a long life and he actually passed away in Jerusalem. And he lived in Jerusalem he saw the conquest of Jerusalem so Subhanallah he was one of the first people pray in Makkah and Medina and Jerusalem. He prayed in all three of those prayers and he passed away.

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And the 15th of the higit are very early in Islam or sorry, very late compared to the Sahaba very early for ourselves.

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onpoint but from the Sahaba, most of the Sahaba died in the 30s and 40s. He lived a relatively longer life, and he passed away in the 50s of the hedgerow. And this hadith of shuddered, even ohss is the only Hadith in all of Sahil Bahati narrated by this companion showed that, and it is a famous Hadith. And it goes as follows that he heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Say, say you do is still say it means the leader. And in this case, it means the best of all is still far. And this shows us that, not every doula is of the same level. And that's common sense. And it is understood that some dogs are good, and some are better, and then some are the best. And this drop that he's

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bringing, and so how to look at how intelligent he wants to give you the creme de la creme in the beginning, he wants to give you the best, this is the crown of all the hours of is still far there are many there are others too far, here is what you really need to concentrate on. Therefore, my humble request to myself and all of you memorize this to our because our profit system is saying, This is the Sayed, this is the leader of all of the doors of his default, there is no door that can be better than this. Now, it is a little bit long. So if you have any trouble with it, write it down or print it from the website that

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it should be on your screens, or you should see it from now that printed down and have it in your pocket and pull it out every day every few days and go over it until you memorize it. Because it is a very beautiful to see you do is to far the best of all this default is that somebody says or law. You are my Rob, there is no deity worthy of worship other than you. You have created me and I am your worshiper and your servant. Now, this drop, it is telling us so many things and of the things is teaching us overall beyond just these two are how do we ask Allah for anything? What are the etiquettes of raising our hands to Allah and asking, we don't just dive in and say give me this.

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That's not proper etiquette. It's allowed, but it's not proper etiquette. It's not proper manners. What is the best manner, you begin by praising Allah subhana wa Tada. You begin by sending hemd by giving the one whom you're asking the praise that he deserves, or at least the praise that we can give him as mortals and so we begin by saying Allahumma unterhalb b O Allah acknowledge, I know I confess I have been, you are my rub. And the rub here means the one who created me, the one who sustains and nourishes me and the one who is in charge of my affairs. Yeah, Rob, you are no stranger to me. You are my love. You are the one who brought me here and you are the one who are in charge of

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taking care of me. That's what Rob means. The tarbiyah you owe a lot. No one takes care of me other than you. You are the one who brought me into existence. You are the one who keeps me in existence. You are the one who is sustaining and maintaining my existence, where else can I turn to other than you overlook? And I acknowledge this Antara beat, although you are my Rob La Ilaha Illa and there is none that is worthy of worship other than you and Subhana Allah this combines between the two main pillars of acknowledging Allah as the all powerful and then saying you deserve to be worshipped or Allah. So there are some people who acknowledge a lot to be powerful, and then they worship other

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than Allah, we as Muslims say, No, our Rob and our Allah is one and the same, that our Creator is one and our entity that we worship is one La Ilaha Illa and you acknowledge that no being has the right to be worshipped other than you Oh, Allah Halekulani. We're an abduch Oh Allah, You created me and I am your avid, avid here means both

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under your possession, and trying to worship you because the meaning of there are two meanings of the first meaning of ABD is ownership that I own you. So an Abbot in Arabic is like a slave because the master owns him. And the second meaning of apt is to worship and in this context, it is both of these meanings that Oh Allah, I am your property. You own me completely. And our law I'm trying to worship you as well. I am worshiping you have left anyone Abdo, You created me. I am belonging to you and I am trying to worship you will enter either I deca, worldwide, deca, Mr. Tartu and our law. I am following your commandments and your promises as much as I can. Meaning a lot. I'm trying to be

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a good person and notice he is now ascribing the trying to himself

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Not to Allah because he has fallen short. He is confessing that Oh Allah as much as I can I know I'm not perfect. I know I don't have everything but Oh Allah, I'm trying muster type as much as I can, as many prayers as I can do as much Koran as much as they can all i'm trying whatever little I can. So you're confessing that to Allah. I am just trying a little bit and it's up. I know I'm falling short, but it is my own shortcomings of a law that I am falling short. Ooh, the bigger insurer remarks are not our law. I turn to turn to you and seek refuge in You from this these evils that I have done, the scenes that I have done, Oh Allah, He ascribes the sins to himself, he ascribes the

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shortcomings to himself and he ascribed perfection to Allah subhanho wa Taala. I turn to you over law to protect me from my own foolishness. I made a mistake, you are going to protect me I committed a sin, you are going to be the one that will come between me and the consequences of that sin rule, the beaker maturity Masato, I seek refuge in You, I turn to you to protect to protect myself from you over law, none can protect from you other than you. So I turn to you for you, by you through you to protect yourself because no one can protect me from you, other than you our law, so we turn to a law to protect us from our sins. Then we say a boo boo laka been aromatic Allah Yeah, we're abou

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laka be them be Oh Allah, I completely admit. I admit all of the blessings you have given me Oh Allah, I admit every single blessing. I do not claim that it is from me. It is from my talent. It is something that I am worthy of No. Oh Allah, every blessing I have. You are the one who gave it to me a boo boo laka been aromatic either. Yeah. Yeah. Rob everything that I have my health, my wealth, my, my businesses, my family, everything that I have, Oh Allah, you have given it to me out of a generosity from you. It's not something I earned. It's not something I deserve. It is you who have given it to me and I confess so Allah, you are the one who has gifted it. Despite all of that, what

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have I done? What would I be them be? And I confess a lot that I have committed sins with those blessings you gave me Oh Allah with the very health that you gave me with the very eyes that you gave me with the very money that you gave me with the very time that you gave me. Rather than perfecting my worship of Allah. I am the one who committed a mistake. I am the one who fell short. We're a bootleg COVID Mb, this is the height of humility. You confess to Allah, the perfection of Allah, you confess to Allah, your own shortcomings. And by the way, this is combined in the draw of Adam robina villamagna and fusina where ilimitado fildena water hammer then akuna nominal ha city

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Yeah, Rob, you Europe. We are the ones who wronged ourselves. It's not your fault. It's my fault to Allah that I committed this sin. So I confess to you my sin. So Yara is officially Forgive me over law Forgive me because none forgives the sins other than you. So this this is the the full two hours only two and a half lines. You should memorize it. Once again. Aloma Antara de la ilaha illa Anta holla steady one abduch one idk why the camera started

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becoming shattered email sonar to a boo boo laka venir metric Allah you will abou be them be for in your food roba Hill and this is the drop. So we conclude this by saying none forgives other than you. And once again, this is an affirmation of our Eman in laws, perfection and the confession of our own imperfection. The whole law is based upon these two pillars you are perfect or law and I am imperfect. I believe in your perfection of Allah. And I confess my imperfection. This is the essence of humility and the essence of Islam, which is submission to Allah subhanho wa Taala. So our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Whoever says this phrase in the daytime, and he has the key in

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what he says, and he dies in the day, then, by the time he dies before the coming of the night, then he will be in the people of gender, and whatever it says that at night, and he has yaqeen uncertainty in it, and he dies before the daytime, then he shall be from the people of gender meaning this Dora should be said at least twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening, it should be a part of our ritual. Now, after fudger and after, after, we should say this job or some say after motive when when there's a controversy and classical dilemma that what is the evening Should we do the evening do as after also before motive or should do it after motive before Asia,

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both of these times less than minor difference of opinion whichever one is more convenient for you. So these are by the way two blessitt time slots early morning and early evening. And these are the time slots where we should make extra dough and say you do this default is one of

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knows that we should make at least twice a day, if you can do it at these times, otherwise anytime when you wake up make this one of your daughters and before you go to sleep, make this one of your daughters and whoever says this regularly every single day in the daytime and in the evening, then inshallah tada and they have a man they have your teen inshallah Tada, they will be from the people of Jana, and our time has come and so we will continue our next Hadith, which is still related to this, but our time is up, so we'll continue inshallah Tada. Next week within the light Allah until then, jsoc Mullah who hiren was Salam alaykum. warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

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