2- Excellences of Salaat ‘ala an-Nabiyy فضل الصلاة على النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم

From the Excellences of Salaat ‘ala an-Nabiyy   فضل الصلاة على النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم    :

” اللهم صل على محمد وعلى آل محمد كما صليت على إبراهيم وعلى آل إبراهيم إنك حميد مجيد “

Allaahumma swali ‘ala Muhammad wa ‘ala aali Muhammad….. to the end, which means: ‘O Allah mention Muhammad amongst those noble angels who around you, and raise him in status, and shower your mercy on him. And do so for his family (followers) as well, just as you did so for Ibraahim and his family (followers).’

 

 

 

1677-  Ka’b ibn Ujra (radhiyaAllaahu anhu) said: The Messenger of Allah (sallahAllaahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“Come close to the pulpit.” So we gathered.

When he climbed a step he said: ‘Aameen.’

And when he climbed the second step he said: ‘Aameen.’

And when he climbed the third step he said: ‘Aameen.’

So after he finished and stepped down, we said: ‘O Messenger of Allah, today we have heard from you something we never used to hear.’

He said: “Jibril appeared to me and said: ‘Let him be distanced; the one who reaches Ramadhan and he is not forgiven, so I said: ‘Aameen.’

And when I climbed the second step he said: ‘Let him be distanced; the one who you are mentioned in his presence and he does not say the salaat on you, so I said: ‘Aameen.’

And when I climbed the third step he said: ‘Let him be distanced; the one whose both parents or one of them reaches old age in his presence, and they dont become the reason for him to enter paradise, so I said: ‘Aameen.’  (Saheeh Lighayrihi)

Narrated by al-Haakim, and he said : ‘Its chain is authentic.’

 

1679-  Abu huraira (radhiyaAllaahu anhu) said:

The Messenger of Allah (sallahAllaahu alayhi wasallam) climbed the pulpit, and said: ‘Aameen, Aameen, Aameen.’

So it was said: ‘O Messenger of Allah, you climbed the pulpit and said: ‘Aameen, Aameen, Aameen.’

So he said: “Jibril may peace be on him came to me and said: ‘Whoever reaches the month of Ramadhan and he is not forgiven and he enters the Fire; may Allah distance him, say: ‘Aameen.’ So I said: ‘Aameen.’  

And he who lives to see both parents or one of them, and he does not treat them well: so he dies and entered the Fire, may Allah distance him, say: ‘Aameen.’ So I said: ‘Aameen.’   

And he who when you are mentioned in his presence and he does not say the salaat on you, and he dies and entered the Fire, may Allah distance him, say: ‘Aameen.’ So I said: ‘Aameen.’  (Hasan Saheeh)

Narrated by ibn Khuzaymah, and Ibn Hibbaan in his saheeh and the wording is his.

 

1680- (25) And Abu huraira (radhiyaAllaahu anhu) also said: ‘The Messenger of Allah (sallahAllaahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“Let him be disgraced and humiliated; the one whom I am mentioned in his presence and he does not say the salaat on me, And let him be disgraced and humiliated; the one who reaches Ramadhaan until it ends; and he is not forgiven, And let him be disgraced and humiliated; the one whose parents reach old age in his presence, and they dont become the reason for him to enter paradise.’  (Hasan Saheeh)

Narrated by at-Tirmidhee and he said: ‘Hadith hasan gharib’.       

1683-  Husayn ibn Ali (radhiyaAllaahu anhuma) reported that The Prophet (s.w) said:

“The miser is he who I am mentioned in his presence and he does not say the salaat on me.”  (Saheeh)

Narrated by an-Nasaa’ee, and Ibn Hibbaan in his saheeh, and al-Haakim, and at-Tirmidhee authenticated it.

 

1684- Abu Dharr (radhiyaAllaahu anhu) said:

“I went out one day to the Messenger of Allah (s.w), and he said: “Should I not inform you of the most stingy of the people!?”

They said: ‘Of course, O Messenger of Allah.’

He said: The one whom I am mentioned in his presence and he does not say the salaat on me, that is the most stingy of the people”  (Saheeh Lighayrihi)

Narrated by Ibn Abee Aasim in ‘Kitab as-Salaat.’

 

Q. Why is this person defined as a miser?

A. This is because he is so stingy of making du’a for the Prophet sallahAllaahu alayhi wasallam, which infact shows how stingy he is on his own self, that he prevents himself from the great excellences and rewards which come with this act of worship. Surely this is the worst of misers, that he holds back from benefitting even himself!

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