Abu Shuraih Al-‘Adawf said “My eyes saw the Messenger of Allah, and my ears heard him speaking when he was speaking and he said: ‘Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, then let him honor his guest with his reward.’ They said: ‘What is the reward?’ He said: ‘ A day and a night.’ He said: ‘And hospitality is for three days, whatever is beyond that is charity. And whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, then let him say what is good or keep silent.” (Sahih)
It was narrated that Busr bin Jahhash Al-Quraishi that the Prophet (pbuh) spat in his palm then pointed to it with his index finger and said: “Allah (SWT) says: ‘Do you think you can escape from My punishment, O son of Adam, when I have created you from something like this? When your soul reaches here’ – and (the Prophet (pbuh)) pointed to his throat – ‘You say: I give charity.’ But it is too late for charity?” (Sahih)
Zakah expenditures are only for the poor and for the needy and for those employed to collect [zakah] and for bringing hearts together [for Islam] and for freeing captives [or slaves] and for those in debt and for the cause of Allah and for the [stranded] traveler – an obligation [imposed] by Allah . And Allah is Knowing and Wise.
Ibn Abbas narrated “The Prophet was performing Salat when Abu Jahl came to him and said: ‘Have I not forbidden you from this? Have I not forbidden you from this? Have I not forbidden you from this?’ The Prophet turned and scolded him. So Abu Jahl said: ‘You know that no one has more to call for assistance than me.’ So Allah, Blessed is He and Most High, revealed: Then let him call upon his council. We will call out the guards of Hell.” So Ibn Abbas said: “By Allah, if he had called his council, then the guards of Hell would have seized him.” (Sahih)
Hudhaifah narrated that he performed Salat with the Prophet, and that while he was bowing he would say: (Subhana Rabbiyal Azim); “Glorious is my Lord the Magnificent” and while prostrating: (Subhana Rabbiyal A’la) ‘Glorious is my Lord the Most High.’ And he would not recite an Ayah mentioning mercy, except that he would stop and ask (for mercy), and he would not recite an Ayah mentioning punishment, except that he would stop and seek refuge (with Allah from it). (Sahih)