Miracles of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Miracles of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Miracles of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)Miracles of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

The Prophet Muhammad was no different; he, too, worked wonders that no other
human beings could have worked without Allah’s intervention.
Throughout his life, he witnessed numerous miraculous events.
In this piece, we’ll look at six of the Prophet Muhammad’s miracles that you probably didn’t know about:

Miracle of the moon splitting

When nonbelievers dared the Prophet to do a miracle, he accepted the challenge.
By Allah’s command, the moon split in two as he aimed at it.

“That Allah’s Messenger exhibited the splitting of the moon
to the people of Mecca because they had asked him to perform a miracle,”.

Sahih al-Bukhari: The Preeminent Sunni Muslim Scholar’

It stayed in that state for a while but eventually returned to its previous condition due to convergence.
The unbelievers had a clear view of the scene unfolding before their eyes, but they still accused the Prophet of being a magician.

Isra And Mi’raj’s Miraculous Journey 

This miraculous event alludes to the journey Muhammad and Gabriel took during the night.
From Mecca, he traveled to the Holy City. He left that spot and went to the clouds so he could commune with Allah.
When he finally made it back to Mecca, it was well into the night.

Tree That Cried

The Prophet would preach while leaning back against a shriveled tree stump.
The Prophet heard something that sounded like a baby camel sobbing when
his followers constructed a pulpit for him to preach from on Fridays.
Leaving the podium, he walked over to the tree and hugged it.

According to legend, the Prophet would often be found praying
while leaning on the trunk of a date palm (while delivering a sermon).
We all heard that stem wail like a pregnant she-camel as the pulpit was set up for him,
till the Prophet stepped down and put his hand over it.

The Holy Books of Al-Bukhari and Muslim

 Water Flowing From The Prophet’s Hands

The thirst of the people was great on the day of Al-Hudaibiya (Treaty).
When the Prophet had finished his ablution, the crowds had rushed to greet him.
He inquired as to their condition, wondering what may be wrong.
They said that they only had a little pot of water for drinking
and ablution and that it wasn’t nearly enough.
He reached into the kettle, and immediately
water began to spurt out of his fingertips.
It was a day of ablution and drinking for all.

On the day of Al-Hudaibiya, the populace experienced severe dehydration (Treaty).
The Prophet ( ) had a tiny pot of water in front of him for ablution, and once he was done, the crowds flocked to him.
What’s the matter with you? he enquired of me. They answered, “We have no water for conducting ablution or for
drinking except what is there in front of you.” So he reached in and the water began to trickle between his fingers like little springs.
To use it for cleansing and drinking, we drank it all. When I questioned Jabir, “How many of you were there?”
he said, “Even if we had been one hundred thousand, it would have been adequate for us, but we were fifteen thousand.”

Sahih al-Bukhari: The Preeminent Sunni Muslim Scholar’

Biggest Miracle Of Quran

None of the aforementioned miracles compare to the Holy Quran, the greatest miracle of the Prophet.
In the eyes of every Muslim, the last revelation from the last Messenger is the greatest miracle he performed.
Several aspects of the Holy Quran, including its historical accuracy, flawless language, and numerous fulfilled prophesies,
attest to its miraculous nature. It’s a timeless text, unchanged since it was first revealed to humanity through the Prophet.

First and foremost, the Quran issues a challenge to humankind to duplicate its beauty.
Unanswered for the past 14 centuries, this is quite the challenge.
The Holy Quran is the Prophet’s greatest miracle for this reason.

Say, “Even if humans and jinn worked together as literary assistants,
they would not be able to produce a work comparable to this Qur’an.”
Quran 17:88

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