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Youth director starts off Ramadan with a young professionals class

May 30, 2017

Youth Director Safi Khan started his new young professionals and college students halaqa on Sunday which brought individuals together to learn more about the Prophet Musa;s (AS) life. 


The new class, "Sacred Scrolls," is a biweekly interactive discussion on works of contemporary scholars and classical texts that highlight lessons for young professionals and college students.


Khan explained how Prophet Musa (AS) was a fugitive from Egypt because of a accident. Musa (AS) came upon two men fighting. Musa (AS) stepped into the fight and struck one of the men with one ferocious blow.  He immediately fell to the ground and died. Musa (AS) was overcome with grief and left. 


Eventually, Musa (AS) arrived in Midian, a country between Egypt and Syria. Musa (AS) was exhausted, hungry, and thirsty, however, the story of Musa (AS) reveals a fundamental truth.  If a believer submits fully to the will of God, God will provide for him from sources unimaginable. God will replace weakness with strength and will replace failure with a victory.