Belief in the Prophets. Faith, belief, and morality . Nabuwwat = Prophethood. Prophet in modern dictionary: a person who speaks for God from divine inspiration
Faith, belief, and morality
“Indeed, those who disbelieve in Allah and His messengers and wish to discriminate between Allah and His messengers and say: ‘we believe in some and disbelieve in others’ and wish to adopt a way in between – those are the disbelievers and truly, and We have prepared for the disbelievers a humiliating punishment”
Just as Allah sent the queen bee to the bee’s, he sent the prophets to us as a guide to the right path
“It is He who sent forth among the unlettered an apostle of their own to recite to them His revelations, to purify them and to instruct them in the scriptures and wisdom” 62:2
“Indeed, We have sent you with the truth as a bringer of good tidings and a warner. And there is no nation but that there had passed within it a warner” 35:24
He would ask for permission from his wife before getting out of bed to pray
He would always pray tahajjud and after that we would rest for a while, then wait for Hz. Bilal to call the adhan, but he always did so before imsak so everyone who wanted to fast and who haven’t gotten up for tahajjud could do so. Then like we spoke of before, Hz. Abdullah b. UmmiMektum would call everyone to prayer and his day would begin again.