As quoted, ”the sayings of Muhammad are a treasure of wisdom not only for Muslims but for all mankind” (Sohrawardi, 2012). Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) born in Mecca in the year 570 is known as the founder of Islam. As known as the last prophet sent by god, his name, life, deeds and thoughts are till this day greatly valued and is shown by his name being invoked in admiration several times a day by a Muslim (Nasr, 2013). He was recognized for his outstanding behavior, and as a result of his genuineness and reliability he was alluded to as al-Saadiq (The Truthful One) and al-Amin (The Trustworthy One).
Muhammad, according to the Qur’an, is seen as the finest example for all mankind because he had provided a path for man to the way of achieving ultimate achievement in this world. By studying the life of Muhammad, people have derived those significant values, which were shadowed by Muhammad. Muhammad thought positively in the sense of the word of his god because all his actions were result-oriented. Muhammad established the first Ummah with his keen leadership skills, connecting with his follower and encouraged it to win a victory that had changed the Islamic community by increasing its spread and strengthening its culture, thus leaving his mark on the Islamic community as the most powerful person in their history.
We all also can’t get the enjoyable of heaven that everlasting of hereafter. Prophet Muhammad ( PBUH ) also had a compulsory of characteristic quality are genuine, trust, sermon and intellectual. Muhammad as the human that chosen from Allah, that should have a honourable characteristic and personality that far fr... ... middle of paper ... ...of challenge and test from Allah. CONCLUSION Conclusion, we already know a bit about the history of the Prophet Muhammad. He is the features an honest and gentle.
He carried the religious call all over his life period and also remained clear with that by following those principles. While struggling for the spreading of the Peace in Medina, the Prophet (SAW) said to his followers that a Muslim can diminish hatred by showing their love towards people and also a Muslim can destroy the aggressiveness by spreading peacefulness. Prophet (SAW) also settled down the various conflicts aroused among the tribes of Medina by establishing a homogeneous community and founded a society where people from various ethnic origins, different religions were treated equally and allowed to practice their own religion. This is the most practical step taken by the Prophet (SAW) in order to create an atmosphere of peace and goodwill among the followers of different religions. Our Holy Prophet (SAW) also established social peace by spreading the ideas such as no one is superior in any possible way in front of god.
Author, William E. Phipps, made an excellent comparison between Muhammad and Jesus in this book and gives the readers an insight into the background of Muslim and Christian religions. Phipps made it very obvious that these two men were dynamic spiritual leaders of the world’s two of the most influential religions. Although they were separated by more than six centuries, they led extraordinarily similar lives. He believed both Jesus and Muhammad represented the same God, taught about God’s love for mankind, and claimed that their way was the truth. Their lives have impacted millions of people into believing in one true God.
Through the book also make me more understand and acknowledge the struggle and sacrifice of the Companions for the sake of establishing this religion and the hardships that they went through. Hence, this understanding should lead us to love them, and follow in their footsteps, for they were the best of all generations. From this books also, I learn that to have a good attitude in every single behavior. Many examples of good characters of our prophet that have been discuss in this books, such as his kindness, trustworthy, his wisdom and others. What I get from this book are also make more easier to understanding Qur’an.
But, I do believe that reading is the key to success, power and closer to Allah. Then, I remember what Allah said in the Quran verse Az-Zumar ayah 9: Say: “Are those equal, those who know and those who do not know? By reading this book, I also realize that all people including prophets do not have right or power to give hidayah or guidance to other people except for Allah. For example, Abu Talib loves and cares about Muhamm... ... middle of paper ... ...rybody despite their position or status will receive the punishment if he or she commits a wrongdoing like killing. This indicates that the leader practiced fairness.
Even though the Israelites made many territorial conquests under the leadership of King David, these gains would only be temporary. They would later lose much of the lands they gained. David, though he was a good king, also sinned against God. He coveted another’s wife and indirectly had her husband killed. Even though Solomon was wise, all his wisdom could not prevent him from sinning against God.
Muhammad (PBUH))” (33:21) Let’s have a glimpse at some of his most prominent characteristics in this short article: honesty, Islam, Muslims, prophet, Muhammad 1. Honesty Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) truthfulness and honesty was so famous among his most noble attributes, from his tender age and before he was chosen as the Messenger of God, that the people of that time would call him al-Amin (the trustworthy). This characteristic of his reached the extent that almost everyone in Mecca would put their money, valuables, and savings in the hands of Prophet (PBUH) for safekeeping. Even, after he was called for prophethood, despite all their hostility to him, the Quraysh[i] still continued depositing their treasure with him. simplicity, prophet, Muhammad, Islam, Muslims 2.
In the end they are told that it was not them who had slain the unbelievers but God. To help his people, God would have the caravans of unbelievers, who were to be attacked, seem smaller. This would heighten the Muslim’s courage that would have faltered at the sight of the large band. God’s presence is very important to the Muslim community. These reassuring stories help aid the Muslim’s in their correlation with religion and politics.