Episode 4: The 10 Days of Moses | Virtues of Dhul-Hijjah - Lake Harding Association

Episode 4: The 10 Days of Moses | Virtues of Dhul-Hijjah

Episode 4: The 10 Days of Moses | Virtues of Dhul-Hijjah

By Micah Moen 37 Comments August 14, 2019


Asalamualikoum wa rahmatollahi wa barakato
everyone welcome back to the Virtues of Dhul-Hijjah. so a lot of times we fail to
connect our good deeds the good deeds done in following the Prophet Muhammad
peace be upon him and the way he did these good deeds with the prophets that
came before and doing so allows us to connect at a at a deeper spiritual level
with the prophets that came before the Prophet (pbuh)
also understanding the way that Allah allowed these times and these deeds to
coincide with one another so a lot of people for example in Ramadan when I
quote the hadith about how the Prophet peace be upon him mentioned how all of
the holy books were revealed within the month of Ramadan in a way that
coincided with the month of Ramadan not just the Quran they’d be shocked
so the Injeel the Torah the the tablets of Ibrahim and Moosa were all revealed
in the month of Ramadan as the Prophet (saw) mentioned the Psalms of David of
Dawood (as) all revealed in the month of Ramadan now it coincided with
the month of Ramadan right so Allah allowed Allah who controls time Allah (swt) chose that time to coincide with the time in which these books would
be revealed not just the Quran so there’s a deep
spiritual connection across obviously with Hajj, Ibrahim (as) right
you think of Ibrahim (as) the Prophet Abraham peace be upon him
raising the foundations but that’s also the first place of worship where Adam
(as) and Eve (as) Hawa’, resided and the Angels built
a place of the worship of Allah Ibrahim raised the foundations we also find
the Prophet (pbuh) mentioning Prophets that visited the holy place
that visited Haii at some point or that made Hajj or Umrah, that visited the holy
place in Mecca at some point in their lives the Prophet (pbuh) mentioned Houd (as) and the Prophet (pbuh) mentioned Musa (as) so imagine
Musa (as) making tawaf around the Ka’ba ,the place that was
established by his grandfather and the grandfather of the Prophet salallahu
alayhi wa sallam, Ibrahim alayhi as salaam right that Abraham raised the house with
his son Ishmael and so other prophets honored that as well
so Musa alayhi as salaam the Prophet (pbuh) mentioned Musa alayhis salaam visiting
mecca he also there’s a narration which Musa (as) asked Allah what the best form of remembrance was on the day of Arafah
because there was a recognition of the importance of the day of Arafah and he
was told ‘La ilaha illa Allah’ the testimony of faith simply bearing
witness to the oneness of Allah subhana wa ta’ala because when we we were
extracted from the back of Adam (as) on that day we all testified to
the oneness of Allah so the best form of remembrance the best form of dhikr on
the day of Arafah is testifying to the oneness of Allah in
any way right and the best form the Prophet (saw) taught us was he said
I and the prophets have not said anything better notice he said I and the
prophets have not said anything better on this day of Arafah than ‘la ilaha
illallah wahdahu la sharika la, laho almolk wa laho al hamd, wa howa ‘ala kol shay’en qadir’. So i bare witness to the oneness of Allah just as
we bore witness on that day when we were originally extracted ‘la ilaha illallah
wahdahu la sharika’ testifying that he has no partner that he is alone in his
dominion ‘lahul mulku wa lahul hamd’ he’s alone in his dominion and he is the
most worthy of praise alone in being praised in a way that a God would be
praised ‘wha-howo ala kulli shayin qadir’ and he
has power over all things so all of the forms of the testimony of faith all of
the prophets used to do that on the day of Arafah
to remember the day when we were extracted from the back of the prophet
adam alayhis-salam doing so so there’s another interesting connection in the
plural and for us to think about that on the day of her eat that is the day that
Allah spoke to Moosa (as) directly according to the majority of
the scholars now what is this referring to Allah mentions and the 40 days of
Moosa (as) of fasting so this is biblically in the exodus 34:28 it says
Moses was there with the Lord 40 days and 40 nights without eating bread or
drinking water and he wrote the tablets in the words of the Covenant as Muslims
we also have in the Quran ‘wa wa’adna Musa thalatheena layla wa’atmamnaha b ‘ashar’ fatamam mekato Rabi’ we made an appointment with
Moses for 30 nights and perfected them by the addition of 10 so Moosa (as)
initially had 30 days of fasting and then Allah subhana wa ta’ala gave him an
additional 10 days and in that he perfected the he completed the 40 nights
with Allah subhana wa ta’ala and then Allah mentions at the end of that ‘walama ja’a Moosa la mekatena wa kalamaho rabo’ that when Moses came at the
time and place appointed by us and his Lord spoke to him and that’s when Moosa
alaih-is-salaam said “rabi arini anthor ilayk” oh my Lord allow me to look
upon you show me yourself that I may look on you so what is this referring to
again Musa (as) had 30 days and the scholars mentioned that the 30 days of
Musa’s (as) fasting was the date were the days of Dhul Qi’da and then
Allah gave him an extra 10 which coincided with the tenth of Dhul Hijjah so
those 10 days that Musa (as) was fasting were the 10 days of Dhul Hijjah
we have a relationship to this as Muslims because we just finished not so
long ago the 30 days of Ramadan or the month of Ramadan and then Allah gives us
another 10 days the most blessed 10 days of the year after the most blessed month
of the year and so we should think of it in that same way that we draw close to
Allah subhana wa tala with these 10 days and at this point you know really think
about how much withdrawal a person starts to feel from Ramadan now you know
you felt like you had your goals you set your highs you thought you were gonna be
able to persist in doing certain things and then Ramadan ended and you fell
off this is your chance now with these additional 10 days that Allah has given
you to come close to him to draw close to him to make sure that you take the
full advantage of it and as we go out on the day of our Eid this day of the
sacrifice, Youm al Nahr, now we should be thinking about how Allah spoke to Moosa
(as) directly Allah honored his prophet Moses peace be upon him by
speaking to him directly on that day of our eid at the end of
this period may Allah subhana wa ta’ala allow us to meet him on the day of
judgment while he’s pleased with us allow us to see him on the day of
judgement while he is pleased with us and allow us to be joined with all of
the prophets and the highest level of jannat al firdous staring and gazing upon
Him Allahoma ameen
Jazakoumallah Khayran wa salamualikoum wa rahmatollahi wa barakato.

37 Comments found

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Haleema Minhas

Jazakallah for this:) Alhamdulillah! 🌸

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زهرة الإسلام

بارك الله فيك 💙💙💙

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Ilm Ilm

Thank you for ur reminders 🥰

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Luul Mohamed

Allaahu Akbar. Baarakallah fiika

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Seydina Barry

❤️❤️

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Fatu

Can anyone write out the prayer starting at 3:00 I cant read Arabic unfortunately so English is the way. Jazakallah Khair brothers and sisters.

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Tritanium

Jazakallah this video is very good

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RealDeal441

JAK! I didn't know before your sermon that in fact Moses (pbuh) concluded his fasts in Dhil Hijjah and that Allah spoke to Moses (pbuh) on the day of Eid ul Adha (10 Dhul Hijjah). Wow! These are truly blessed days (Arafat and Hajj also coming up) and may Allah have mercy on us and grant us the ability to do good deeds for Him only Ameen!

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Fatma Warda

Great lecture
Jazak Allah khair

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TitaMariam Loves food and travel

This is additional knowledge. Jazakh ALLAHU khayr.

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Amel El-Rayis

لا إله إلا الله وحده لا شريك له، له الملك وله الحمد وهو على كل شيء قدير

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Mr Hassan Ali Honoolato Inshallah

Inshallah the day of Arafat will be on Saturday August 10. Make sure to fast on this day and make alot of dua. The best dua is the dua on the day of Arafat.

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Ajifatou Ceesay

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Ismaiel Waheed

BaarakAllah Sheikh

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Halal Digest: Zabiha Food Reviews

Salaam From Chicago! Luvin these reminders. Barak Allah feek and to the team that puts these together. May we all benefit from this to be of benefit to ourselves, family, community and humanity!!

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Sabiha Altaf

Very informative lecture, as short as it is, very beneficial. Jazakallah.

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Lubna Vaqarunisa

Most informative. Beautiful.jzakallaul Azeem. thanks

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rafihassi hassi

Jazakallaha khairan…beneficial knowledge

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tater tots

Walaikumsalaam ya ustadz, i love you and all that you are committed to and all that you have shared with us. You have changed me for the better, thank you x kazillion trillion, may Allah reward you for all you have done.

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Aisha Ahmed

* I am always learning so much from you brother! Alhamdulillah! May the Almighty Lord increase your knowledge, and give you your family and loved ones the best of both worlds, Ameen,

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RIGHT PATH

👍👏👏 just subscribed 👍

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M S

Thank you for keeping it accessible by providing subtitles, speaking terms in English, presenting in plain English. God bless Yaqeen and its ability to share information on multiple levels from infographics to research papers to video series like these.

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ikram abdullahi

Jazakallahu kheir

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akila sayeed

Jazakh allahahu khyair

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Muhammed Lameen Abdul-Malik

Ameen

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Galaxial Nomad

Mashallah+Jazakum Allahu Khairun, and ameen, thum ameen ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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YouTube YouTube

How about prophet Abraham wife in Mecca ????????? Before zam zam was discovered what did she do ????????? And Why she follows him travel to Mecca. Is she from India ???????????

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Beshir Yunus

بارك الله فيك شيخ عمر سليمان

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Mar Rio

Did mohd keep up with the 10 commandments of God which God gave to Moses. As a profit of allah and best example for mankind did he really set a good example as per the 10 commandments, or did allah change his mind for mohd so that he could break all the 10 commandments.

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Elisangela Correia da Costa

Thank you for this lecture. MashAllah!!!. I'm learning a lot with this serie and I'm gonna watch each video again and again. It's helping me a lot to build my imaan. What do I love in Islam? That always we have a lot to learn. SubhanAllah! Jazakallah khair!

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Suleiman Issak

May the Almighty Allah bless you and your family

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Nejati Ayvaci

Ameen.

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Ayesha Kunni

Walaikum Salam JazakAllah khair

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Durai Raj

Hi everyone…
Quran Allah is not God of Abraham
That's why….!
Quran Allah and mohhamed have refused to follow Commands of Jesus Christ and TEN COMMANDMENTS of God of Abraham in all of The ways.
Please do not refuse to follow Commands of Jesus and Ten Commandments of God of Abraham like Mohhamed.
Please follow COMMANDS of Jesus Christ and TEN COMMANDMENTS of God of Abraham completely.

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James Jane

Jazakhallahu khair 💕May you receive what you've been praying for ….may allah give you the best always aameen ya rabbal aalameen💕

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rym saidi

Ya Allah azawajel donne nous la longévité et la santé et beaucoup de baraka a moi et mes enfants et homme que j'aime quand il est avec moi amin

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ace34786

Masha'allah what a beautiful brother. Jazakallah for sharing the story of Prophet Musa (s)

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