Umar, While Umar bin Al-Khattab was standing and delivering the sermon on a Friday, one of the companions of the Prophet, who was one of the foremost Muhajirs (emigrants) came.
Umar said to him, "What is the time now?" He replied, "I was busy and could not go back to my house till I heard the Adhan. I did not perform more than the ablution." Thereupon Uma
r said to him, “Did you perform only the ablution although you know that Allah’s Messenger (pbuh) used to order us to take a bath (on Fridays)?”
Ibn Mas’ud (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: Messenger of Allah (Sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) said, “Jannah is nearer to you than your shoelace, and so is the (Hell) Fire”.[Al-Bukhari].
I seek protection for you in the Perfect Words of Allah from every devil and every beast, and from every envious blameworthy eye. Al-Bukhari 4/119
When you sneeze, then say: “All praises and thanks are to Allah”.(1)Your companion should say: “May Allah have mercy upon you”.(2)Then you should replies: “May Allah guide you and set your affairs in order”.(3)
Al Bukhari: 7/125
It was narrated that Qatadah said “I heard Anas bin Malik narrating that the Prophet [SAW] said: ‘There are three things, whoever attains them will find therein a sweetness of faith: When he loves a person, and only loves him for the sake of Allah [SWT]; when Allah [SWT] and His Messenger [SAW] are dearer to him than all else; and when he would prefer to be thrown into the fire rather to go back to the disbelief from which Allah [SWT] has saved him.'”
It was narrated that Abu Sa’eed Al-Khudri said “The Messenger of Allah [SAW] said: ‘If a person accepts Islam, such that his Islam is good, Allah will decree reward for every good deed that he did before, and every bad deed that he did before will be erased. Then after that will come the reckoning; each good deed will be rewarded ten times up to seven hundred times. And each bad deed will be recorded as it is, unless Allah, the Mighty and Sublime, forgives it.'” (Sahih)
Abu Sa’eed narrated “A man came when Allah’s Messenger had already prayed, so he said: ‘Which of you will give some reward to this person?’ So a man stood to pray with him.” (Sahih)