WHO is Prophet Muhammad ?
Prophet Muhammad is Allah’s Great:
Messenger to the whole mankind. He is not only the Prophet of Allah to the Arabs or to the Muslims but also the
Universal Messenger and the Seal of all Prophets of Allah to the whole mankind. He is upright, understanding, unselfish,
Honest, humble and honorable in the sight of Allah, His Angels and every truthful being;
Admirable, he has the exalted character for us to follow.
Model to all people at all places and at all times and generations, Prophet Muhammad spent his life teaching people right belief and excellent morals and character.
Mercy to all mankind; through him Allah the Most Merciful has perfected Islam.
Adorable servant of Allah, Muhammad taught us to sincerely adore and worship Allah Who Alone is the Only True God worthy of true worship.
Devoted and dedicated servant of Allah, Prophet Muhammad has set the best example on how to attain Allah’s Mercy through the Qur’an and the Sunnah for everlasting peace, prosperity and supreme success.
This is for You, O Allah! Accept this service from us…
(By Dr. Norlain Dindang Mababaya, October 1, 2011, Davao City, Philippines)
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This is for You,, O Allah ...
prayer and my service of sacrifice, my life and my
(Cherisher and Sustainer)! Accept (this service) from us.
“...Say: ‘Are those
equal, those who know and those who do not know? It is those who are
endowed with understanding (Islamic knowledge) that receive
“...Allah will raise up, to (suitable) ranks (and
degrees), those of you who believe and have been granted (Islamic)
Knowledge. And Allah is well-acquainted with all you do.”
Abdullâh ibn ‘Amr reported that Allâh’s Messenger said, “Knowledge consists of three things: the decisive verses (Qur’ân), authentic Ahâdîth and prescriptions rightly deduced from the two. What is beside them is superfluous.” (Ibn Mâjah 1/54)
reported that Allah’s Messenger
said, “Seeking of (Islamic) knowledge is incumbent upon every Muslim...” (Ibn Majah 1/224 and
Abdullah Bin Mas`ud narrated that Allah’s Messenger said, “A man shall be asked concerning five things on the day of resurrection: concerning his life, how he spent it; concerning his youth, how he grew old; concerning his wealth, whence he acquired it, and in what way he spent it; and what was it that he did with the knowledge that he had.” (Tirmidhi 5197)