Ibn Ka’b bin Malik from his father that he heard the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) saying: “Whoever seeks knowledge to contend with the scholars, or to use it to argue with the fools, and to have people’s faces turn towards him, then he shall be admitted to the Fire.”
It was narrated from Hudhaifah that He prayed beside the Prophet (pbuh) one night. He recited, and when he came to a verse that mentioned punishment, he would pause and seek refuge with Allah; if he came to a verse that mentioned mercy, he would pause for mercy. In his bowing he would say: ‘Subhana Rabbil-Azim (Glory be to my Lord Almighty)’ and in his prostration he would say: ‘Subhan Rabbil-A’la (Glory be to my Lord the Most High).'” (Sahih)
It was narrated from ‘Abdullah bin ‘Amr that the Messenger of Allah said to him “Fast one day, and you will have the reward of what is left.” He said: “I am able to do more than that.” He said: “I am able to do more than that.” He said: “Fast three days and you will have the reward of what is left.” He said: “I am able to do more than that.” He said: “Fast four days and you will have the reward of what is left.” He said: “I am able to do more than that.” “He said: “Observe the best kind of fasting before Allah, the fast of Dawud, peace be upon him; he used to fast tone day and break his fast for one day.” ‘Ata said: “someone who heard him told me that Ibn ‘Umar (said) that the Prophet said: ‘Whoever fasts every day of his life, then he has not fasted.” (Sahih)
It was narrated from Abu Hurairah that A man came to the Messenger of Allah [SAW] and said: “O Messenger of Allah, what do you think if someone comes to steal my wealth?” He said: “Urge him by Allah.” He said: “What if he persists?” He said: “Urge him by Allah.” He said: “What if he persists?” He said: “Urge him by Allah.” He said: “What if he persists?” He said: “Then fight. If you are killed you will be in Paradise and if you kill him, he will be in the Fire.” (Sahih)
Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah (Sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) said, “He who calls others to follow the Right Guidance will have a reward equal to the reward of those who follow him, without their reward being diminished in any respect on that account.”[Muslim].
Narrated Abu Musa reported Allah’s Messenger (pbuh) as saying, The most eminent among human beings (as a recipient of) reward (is one) who lives farthest away, and who has to walk the farthest distance, and he who waits for the prayer to observe it along with the Imam, his reward is greater than one who prays (alone) and then goes to sleep. In the narration of Abu Kuraib (the words are):” (He waits) till he prays along with the Imam in congregation.”
It was narrated from Hafsah that the Prophet (pbuh) said “I hope that no one of those who witnessed (the battle of) Badr and (Treaty) Hudaybiyah will enter Hell, if Allah wills.” I said: “O Messenger of Allah, doesn’t Allah say “There is not one of you but will pass over it (Hell); this is with your Lord, a decree which must be accomplished?” [19:71] He said: “Have you not heard that He says: ‘Then We shall save those who use to fear Allah and were dutiful to Him. And We shall leave the wrongdoers therein (humbled) to their knees (in Hell)?'” [19:72]
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