(1) That he was a human being and Allâh’s creature.
(2) He is superior to all except Allâh.
(3) He is innocent of all sins.
(4) Allâh revealed the Holy Qur’aan to him.
(5) He was invited to the heavens by Allâh on the occassion of Mi’raaj and he was shown Heaven and Hell on that night.
(6) Many a miracle was performed at his hand by Allâh’s favor.
(7) He worshipped and prayed to Allâh very much.
(8) His habits and morals were par excellence.
(9) He was given knowledge of many things pertaining to the past and future by Allâh, which he disclosed before his ummah.
(10) Allâh gave him greater knowledge than any other creature. But he was not ‘Aalim-ul-Ghayb (one who knows the unseen or unheard), because that is a special quality of Allâh only.
(11) No prophet will come after him and he is Khaatim-unNabiy-yeen, the last of all the prophets. Only Hadrat ‘Isaa (صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم) will again descend from Heaven, but even he will follow the Islamic Shari’ah.
(12) He is the prophet of all human beings and jinn.
(13) On Allâh’s order, he will ask forgiveness for the sinners on the Day of Judgment. That is why he is called Shaafi’-ulMudhnibeen. Allâh will accept the request of our Holy Prophet (صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم).
(14) It is necessary for the ummah to do what he (صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم) has ordered and abandon what he has forbidden and also to accept and believe in their own context all his prophecies.
(15) It is necessary for all Muslims to regard and respect him, but this should be within the limits and rules of Shari’ah. To respect against these rules of Shari’ah, and then to think that it is an expression of love, is foolish.