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50 Character of Prophet Muhammad We Must Have

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Prophet Muhammad was our last Prophet as Muslims in the world. Entire his life our Prophet Muhammad SAW life in simply. He has kind of hearts and good manners. He’s perfects human thats Allah has createth.Character is much more than just reputation or what others to see about us. Character is who we really are, even no one is watching. Everyone has character even our Prophet Muhammad SAW.


Prophet Muhammad SAW has a best character and no one is like Him. The key factor that brings reverence and respect to Prophet Muhammad SAW in both the Islamic and the non-Islamic circles is  His character. This is on of His hadiths in the following way :

“God has sent me to perfect good manners and to do good deeds.” (Bukhari)

Before we tell you about some major character of  Prophet Muhammad SAW every Muslims must know about four mandatory attributes of  Prophet SAW. These attributes, however, apply to all prophets and not just to Muhammad, for no prophet can be a liar, untrustworthy, hiding the message, or stupid.

Verse 33:21 (Al-Ahzab) said:

“Verily in the messenger of Allah ye have a good example for him who looketh unto Allah and the     Last Day, and remembered Allah much.”

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Below these are the four mandatory :

1. Siddiq

Siddiq means truth. Truth is a noble character that adorns the morals of a believer in God and in unseen things. Our Prophet Muhammad is truthful and trustworthy is well known. the Prophet is not known to tell lies. In the Messenger of Allah, not only his true words, but his actions are also true, in line with his words. So it is impossible for the Messenger of Allah to be a liar, a liar and so on.

Verse 53:4-5 (An-Najm)

“And he does not say it (Quran) according to the desire of his lust. His speech is nothing but revelation revealed to him. “

Even his archenemy, Abu Jahal, confirms this simple fact when the letter said:  “It is not that I accuse you of lying, but I have no faith in the religion that you bring.

Verse 19:45 (Maryam)

“And make mention (O Muhammad) in the Scripture of Abraham. Lo! he was a saint, a prophet”.

It verse tells about  proof of the truth in the event when Prophet Ibrahim (AS) said to his father was the true word.What is worshiped by his father (Prophet Ibrahim) is something that does not provide benefits and certainly harm, stay away.

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2. Amanah

Amanah means trustworthy. Prophets and Messengers are people who are Messengers of Allah SWT are given the trustworthiness to receive and convey the revelation of Allah. It is contained in verses 26:106-107 below :

“When their brother Noah said unto them: Will ye not ward off (evil)? No! I am a faithful messenger unto you.”

The people of Mecca were nicknamed “Al – Amin” (trusted) to Prophet Muhammad long before He was appointed as Prophet. This nicknamed given to Him because while a business is handed over Him, our Prophet believes that the bussiness that will be carried out as good as possible. The people of Mecca always believed Him and people know that Prophet Muhammad SAW never lied.

Verse 7:68 (Al-A’raf)

“I convey unto you the messages of my Lord and am for you a true adviser.”

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It’s impossible for the Prophet to be treasonous to the person who gave him the trust. The Prophet never used his position for His personal or His family interest but He did was for the benefit through of Islam the lessons of Allah SWT. There was a history when Prophet Muhammad SAW offered kingdom, golds, women by Quraisy to leave His duty to spreads Islam and He said :

“For God’s sake …  if they can put the sun in my right hand and the moon in my left hand to leave my holy duty, then I will not abandon it until God wins (Islam) or I’m destroyed for it”

Although the Quraysh  threaten to kill the Prophet Muhammad, but He is not afraid and still carry out the message that He received. Every Muslim should be as trustworthy as our Prophet SAW.

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3. Tabligh

Tabligh means conveying revelation to its people. All the words of Allah Almighty addressed by human and delivered by the Prophet Muhammad. None of the verses that  hidden into His people.

Verse 72:28 (Al-Jin)

“That He may know that they have indeed conveyed the messages of their Lord. He surroundeth all their doings, and He keepeth count of all things”.

Verse 80:1-2 (Abasa)

“He frowned and turned away(1)Because the blind man came unto him(2).”

In Surah Abasa, there’re a story about blindman named Ibn Ummi Maktum  came to Prophet Muhammad SAW then he said “Guidance me, O Messenger of Allah.” At that time Prophet Muhammad was facing with the polytheist of Quraisy, so He turned away from him (Ibn Ummi Maktum) and continued to talk with the polytheist of Quraisy. Ibn Ummi Maktum said ” Am I disturbing You?” and the Prophet replied “No”. So, this verse goes down as on the Prophet’s deeds. (Narrated by At-Tirmidhi and Al-Hakim  from ‘A’ishah. It is narrated by Ibn Ya’la from Anas.)

Actually what the Prophet did was a natural thing. When talking in public or with someone, of course we do not like to be disturbed by others. But for the standard of the Prophet, that is not enough. It is therefore that Allah SWT has advised our Prophet Muhammad SAW. As a tabligh, even though the verse quipped it, Prophet Muhammad SAW keep telling us and it is impossible that the Prophet Muhammad SAW hides the revelation.

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4. Fathonah

Fathonah means an intelligence . In making Muslims be better and always in a right away Allah SWT grants intelligence to Prophet and the Messenger so that They could have many ways to fight and spread the religion of Allah SWT and inviting peoples to the right ways and blessed by Allah SWT.

As a proof there’re an story about an intelligents of our Prophet Muhammad SAW when every circles in Mecca constrain their desire to placed Al – Hajr Al- Aswad (The black stone) over the Ka’bah. Then Our Prophet SAW mediating with all peoples that argue to grabbing the end of the cloth and then Prophet puts the black stone in the middle and all that peoples carrying that cloths until the cloth was over the Ka’bah.

The intelligence of our Prophet is a silver lining that giveth by Allah SWT to Him with wisely. This like the verse said in 02:269, as follows:

“He give wisdom unto whom He will, and he unto whom wisdom is given, he truly hath received abundant good. But none remember except men of understanding”.

In giving an efforts to provide and education needed an intelligent leader who that able to delivering things to His students. Therefore Allah SWT has made our Prophet Muhammad SAW an ummi with an acceptable languange by the audience. That intelligence made by our Prophet was  proof as leader must have the intelligence and the intelligence created in a leadership’s style of Prophet and nobody other humans have it, like us.

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Others (5-55)

From the four mandatory attributes of  Prophet SAW, there’re many character of  Prophet Muhammad that we must know and learn it. There’re 50 character of Prophet Muhammad SAW :

  • General Appearance
  • Politeness
  • Good Manners
  • Humor
  • Peace Lover
  • Concerned about Orphans
  • Sincerity
  • Kindness
  • Simplification and Ease
  • Humbleness
  • Juctice and Fairness
  • Love of Purification
  • Strong Faith and Dependence of God
  • Generosity
  • Confident
  • Cooperation
  • Bravery
  • Good Morals
  • Good Ethics
  • Forbearance
  • Sounds of Intellect
  • Doing Things for the Sake of God
  • Altuirsm
  • Fearing God, being mindful to not Tresspass His limits
  • Spending Geneorusly
  • Having Bright face
  • Aprroachable
  • Being active and Noble in helping in action
  •  Having the best and cleariest speech
  • Being skilled in managing and directing Ummah well
  • Watching what to eat and drink (only pure and good things)
  • Modesty
  • Being Appreciative
  • Being Pardoning
  • Self Controlling in life
  • Always seeking the Moderate path
  • Bashfulness
  • Richness
  • Contentmen of hearts
  • Hooping Goodnes, Even for His enemies
  • Caring of women
  • Kind to the kids
  • Animal Rights Activist
  • Disassociation From Worldly Possessions
  • Considerate
  • Being extremely forbearing
  • Dignity
  • Mercy
  • Being very Excellent when dealing with people in interaction and with oneself
  • Being Consistent in what you start and do to achieve

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The 50 of character Prophet Muhammad SAW listed in hadith, these’re all hadith that we found of character our Prophet Muhammad SAW.

“The Prophet (PBUH) was a person of average height. His shoulder were wide. His hair reached his earlobes. Once I saw Him adorned in a red garment; I never saw anything more beautiful than Him.” (Bukhari)

This hadith tells us about the general appearance of Prophet Muhammad SAW. It said that Prophet Muhammad SAW was a beautiful person, pure, simple, gentle and yet so common as any other person could be. Every Muslim must turn towards the personality of Prophet Muhammad SAW because it is not only good for Muslims, rather the goodwill that comes from it has a universal appeal and will help make the world a better place.

“Let us go to resolve the situation and make peace between them.” (Bukhari)

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It hadith tell us about the Prophet was a peace lover. The Prophet brings the religion Islam itself is a peace and He want people to live in harmony and always encouraged people resolve their differences by opting for peace

“Do you mind if I give the drink to them?’ The young boy said: ‘O Prophet of God! By God! I would not prefer anyone to drink from the place you drank. This is my fair share18.’ The Messenger of God (pbuh) handed the boy the drink. (Bukhari)

Next this hadith tells about how the Prophet Muhammad SAW has a politeness and good manners. It tells our Prophet showed good manners even to children. It happened once when the Prophet was in a gathering, a drink was brought to the Prophet SAW and he drank from it. On his right side there was a young boy and on his left side were elderly men. Feeling obliged by the respect of elders, and not wanting to hurt the feelings of the child.  The Prophet said like hadith above.

“The Prophet (PBUH) resembled a Prophet who was harmed by His people. He wiped the blood from His face and said: ‘O God! Forgive my people, for they know not!” (Bukhari)

Last hadith tells Prophet Muhammad SAW that all His undertakings and motives were just to fulfill the order of Allah and He did not undertake any action out of His personal desire and will. He lived everyday of His life for the sake of Allah and everything which He did was for the Almighty.

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