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A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by Biodun556(m): 3:36pm On Apr 25, 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wuFFX3M0oY

Fri, 2008-01-11 03:00
We all see dreams during sleep. Some of us see many, and their dreams are vivid and colorful. When they wake up they are able to recount their dreams in full. Other people dream little and they are likely to forget their dreams the moment they wake up. There is no particular significance in either situation. It is all due to the make up of each person. However, when we see a dream concerning someone who is important to us, or when the dream is related to something we hold dearly, we are likely to retain that dream in our memory, even if we belong to the second type of people who normally forget their dreams on waking up.

Since we have been talking in this series of articles about the Prophet (peace be upon him) and his personality, it is pertinent to ask whether it is possible to see the Prophet in our dreams. The answer is that this is quite possible. In fact some of us see him several times in their lives. They are delighted with the fact, and some of them are ready to report their seeing the Prophet whenever an occasion arises.

A dream involving seeing the Prophet is likely to have a profound effect on us. Even a person of the type who forgets their dreams on waking up will remember this dream because of the special position of the Prophet. A friend of mine once told me that he never remembers his dreams, even though he only occasionally sees a dream. Nevertheless, he saw the Prophet in a dream once, many years ago. Yet whenever he wants, he recalls this dream in all its vividness.

This is not surprising, because the Prophet is held so dearly by all Muslims. They love him and cherish him. Their ultimate wish is to be close to him on the Day of Judgment. So, when he appears to them in a dream, they feel such closeness to him to be real. The Prophet has made it clear that such dreams in which he appears are true. Anas quotes the Prophet as saying: “Whoever sees me in a dream has actually seen me. Satan cannot appear in my guise.” He also said: “Dreams by a believer count as one part of 46 parts of prophethood.” (Related by Al-Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawood, Al-Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah).

In this Hadith, the Prophet makes two points, and he repeats them in other ways. An authentic Hadith reported by Abu Qatadah quotes the Prophet as saying: “Whoever sees me in a dream actually sees me in truth.” (Related by Al-Bukhari and Muslim.) A different Hadith reported by Abu Hurayrah quotes the Prophet as saying: “Whoever sees me in a dream will see me when awake. Satan cannot put on my appearance.” (Related by Al-Bukhari, Muslim, Al-Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah).

The first point the Prophet makes in all these Hadiths is that a dream in which he is seen by anyone is a true dream. This applies whether he is seen in his real form, which has been described by a number of his companions, or in a different form. There will always be a clear indication in the dream to inform the dreaming person that he is seeing the Prophet. Therefore, it is not necessary that the Prophet would appear to that person in his own figure and form. Anyway, most people do not know how exactly the Prophet looked.

The Prophet’s statement, ‘whoever sees me in a dream will see me when awake,” may be interpreted in two ways. It either relates to his contemporaries telling them that if they see the Prophet in their dreams, then they would be sure to see him in reality. If any such person lived far away from Madinah, he would be sure to visit it or see the Prophet in some other place. Alternatively, it may mean that such a person will inevitably see the Prophet on the Day of Judgment. This signifies that he or she will have nothing to fear on that day. Both interpretations may be correct, with the first one applying during the Prophet’s lifetime and the second after he has passed away. Both add to the meaning that a dream in which the Prophet figures is a true dream and when any of us sees such a dream, he has truly seen the Prophet, even though the Prophet appears in that dream in a form and shape different from what he looked like in reality.

The second point is that Satan cannot put on a guise that makes him look like the Prophet, so that he could deceive people and divert them from the right path. In fact it is God who has willed that Satan cannot look like the Prophet, even in dreams. Otherwise, people would listen to Satan, thinking that they were taking orders from the Prophet. This God will not allow. Therefore, He has willed to deprive Satan of this ability so that he would never look like the Prophet, not even in people’s dreams. Again this is a special blessing, because if we talk to the Prophet in a dream and he tells us something, whatever he tells us is correct. It does not constitute any new teachings, because the divine message he delivered is complete and nothing can be added to it. Yet the Prophet may give us some guidance, which will prove to be of real benefit to us.

Perhaps we should also explain that if one leads a life of piety and diligence following the Prophet’s guidance but does not see the Prophet throughout his life, this is no indication that he lacks anything. It is no reflection on his status as a good Muslim. Seeing the Prophet in dream is an act of God’s kindness, which He gives to whomever He wills, but does not add to the status of that person. Our status is determined by our actions and the intentions behind them.
Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by Nobody: 3:46pm On Apr 25, 2021
wow that's lovely cool

let him get ready to kill himself with suicide bombing so he can marry 77 virgins in jannah

religion of peace grin

I wish him well....

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Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by XXXXTENTACION: 3:50pm On Apr 25, 2021
Againstlies:
wow that's lovely cool

let him get ready to kill himself with suicide bombing so he can marry 77 virgins in jannah

religion of peace grin

I wish him well....
Mohamadu has promised him 77 virgins in paradise grin

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Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by olamide0147: 4:40pm On Apr 25, 2021
Againstlies:
wow that's lovely cool

let him get ready to kill himself with suicide bombing so he can marry 77 virgins in jannah

religion of peace grin

I wish him well....
Bro don't let the hunger for likes on NL made u sin. Be wise we can't blasphemy anyone called prophet of God especially those mentioned in the holy books of almighty

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Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by Nobody: 5:47pm On Apr 25, 2021
olamide0147:

Bro don't let the hunger for likes on NL made u sin. Be wise we can't blasphemy anyone called prophet of God especially those mentioned in the holy books of almighty

my brother you are just decieving yourself,
you know what I said is true....

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Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by ANTIlSLAM(m): 1:40am On Apr 26, 2021
olamide0147:

Bro don't let the hunger for likes on NL made u sin. Be wise we can't blasphemy anyone called prophet of God especially those mentioned in the holy books of almighty

Why lying?

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Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by spiritualmubi: 8:33pm On Apr 26, 2021
Masha Allah, seeing the prophet peace be upon him in dream is actually a very great blessing and a sign of being close to Allah subhaanahu wata Aalaa especially in reality, thumbs up op.

Even Great Islamic scholars of the past has confirmed seeing Rasool pbuh in reality, likes of Imam Suyuuti.
I know a saint of Allah who sees Rasool pbuh in reality very much.
Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by Nobody: 11:00pm On Apr 26, 2021
spiritualmubi:
Masha Allah, seeing the prophet peace be upon him in dream is actually a very great blessing and a sign of being close to Allah subhaanahu wata Aalaa especially in reality, thumbs up op.

Even Great Islamic scholars of the past has confirmed seeing Rasool pbuh in reality, likes of Imam Suyuuti.
I know a saint of Allah who sees Rasool pbuh in reality very much.

who is arguing with you, shakau the leader of Bokoharams also saw Mohammed all the terrorist in the world saw Mohammed too, make him get ready to dey carry suicide bomb, any Muslim who is not a terrorist is a coward because he is not ready to marry 77 virgins in your paradise where he will be giving the power of 100 men for sex....

make him tell us wetting Mohammed tell am and belt me Mohammed told him to die because of Islam and make sure he kills many christians as possible,

Mohammed I dey hail you...

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Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by TruthHurts1(m): 8:41am On Apr 30, 2021
But it is true..



olamide0147:

Bro don't let the hunger for likes on NL made u sin. Be wise we can't blasphemy anyone called prophet of God especially those mentioned in the holy books of almighty

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Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by TripleAR(m): 12:11pm On Jun 20, 2021
Biodun556:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wuFFX3M0oY

Fri, 2008-01-11 03:00
We all see dreams during sleep. Some of us see many, and their dreams are vivid and colorful. When they wake up they are able to recount their dreams in full. Other people dream little and they are likely to forget their dreams the moment they wake up. There is no particular significance in either situation. It is all due to the make up of each person. However, when we see a dream concerning someone who is important to us, or when the dream is related to something we hold dearly, we are likely to retain that dream in our memory, even if we belong to the second type of people who normally forget their dreams on waking up.

Since we have been talking in this series of articles about the Prophet (peace be upon him) and his personality, it is pertinent to ask whether it is possible to see the Prophet in our dreams. The answer is that this is quite possible. In fact some of us see him several times in their lives. They are delighted with the fact, and some of them are ready to report their seeing the Prophet whenever an occasion arises.

A dream involving seeing the Prophet is likely to have a profound effect on us. Even a person of the type who forgets their dreams on waking up will remember this dream because of the special position of the Prophet. A friend of mine once told me that he never remembers his dreams, even though he only occasionally sees a dream. Nevertheless, he saw the Prophet in a dream once, many years ago. Yet whenever he wants, he recalls this dream in all its vividness.

This is not surprising, because the Prophet is held so dearly by all Muslims. They love him and cherish him. Their ultimate wish is to be close to him on the Day of Judgment. So, when he appears to them in a dream, they feel such closeness to him to be real. The Prophet has made it clear that such dreams in which he appears are true. Anas quotes the Prophet as saying: “Whoever sees me in a dream has actually seen me. Satan cannot appear in my guise.” He also said: “Dreams by a believer count as one part of 46 parts of prophethood.” (Related by Al-Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawood, Al-Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah).

In this Hadith, the Prophet makes two points, and he repeats them in other ways. An authentic Hadith reported by Abu Qatadah quotes the Prophet as saying: “Whoever sees me in a dream actually sees me in truth.” (Related by Al-Bukhari and Muslim.) A different Hadith reported by Abu Hurayrah quotes the Prophet as saying: “Whoever sees me in a dream will see me when awake. Satan cannot put on my appearance.” (Related by Al-Bukhari, Muslim, Al-Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah).

The first point the Prophet makes in all these Hadiths is that a dream in which he is seen by anyone is a true dream. This applies whether he is seen in his real form, which has been described by a number of his companions, or in a different form. There will always be a clear indication in the dream to inform the dreaming person that he is seeing the Prophet. Therefore, it is not necessary that the Prophet would appear to that person in his own figure and form. Anyway, most people do not know how exactly the Prophet looked.

The Prophet’s statement, ‘whoever sees me in a dream will see me when awake,” may be interpreted in two ways. It either relates to his contemporaries telling them that if they see the Prophet in their dreams, then they would be sure to see him in reality. If any such person lived far away from Madinah, he would be sure to visit it or see the Prophet in some other place. Alternatively, it may mean that such a person will inevitably see the Prophet on the Day of Judgment. This signifies that he or she will have nothing to fear on that day. Both interpretations may be correct, with the first one applying during the Prophet’s lifetime and the second after he has passed away. Both add to the meaning that a dream in which the Prophet figures is a true dream and when any of us sees such a dream, he has truly seen the Prophet, even though the Prophet appears in that dream in a form and shape different from what he looked like in reality.

The second point is that Satan cannot put on a guise that makes him look like the Prophet, so that he could deceive people and divert them from the right path. In fact it is God who has willed that Satan cannot look like the Prophet, even in dreams. Otherwise, people would listen to Satan, thinking that they were taking orders from the Prophet. This God will not allow. Therefore, He has willed to deprive Satan of this ability so that he would never look like the Prophet, not even in people’s dreams. Again this is a special blessing, because if we talk to the Prophet in a dream and he tells us something, whatever he tells us is correct. It does not constitute any new teachings, because the divine message he delivered is complete and nothing can be added to it. Yet the Prophet may give us some guidance, which will prove to be of real benefit to us.

Perhaps we should also explain that if one leads a life of piety and diligence following the Prophet’s guidance but does not see the Prophet throughout his life, this is no indication that he lacks anything. It is no reflection on his status as a good Muslim. Seeing the Prophet in dream is an act of God’s kindness, which He gives to whomever He wills, but does not add to the status of that person. Our status is determined by our actions and the intentions behind them.
How do we know if we have actually seen d prophet in our dream if we don't know what he look like in Reality

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Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by TripleAR(m): 12:17pm On Jun 20, 2021
spiritualmubi:
Masha Allah, seeing the prophet peace be upon him in dream is actually a very great blessing and a sign of being close to Allah subhaanahu wata Aalaa especially in reality, thumbs up op.

Even Great Islamic scholars of the past has confirmed seeing Rasool pbuh in reality, likes of Imam Suyuuti.
I know a saint of Allah who sees Rasool pbuh in reality very much.
As any of them seen d prophet in real life b4 seeing him in their dreams
My brothers and sisters in Islam let's be guided
Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by Biodun556(m): 12:53pm On Jun 20, 2021
TripleAR:

How do we know if we have actually seen d prophet in our dream if we don't know what he look like in Reality


In this Hadith, the Prophet makes two points, and he repeats them in other ways. An authentic Hadith reported by Abu Qatadah quotes the Prophet as saying: “Whoever sees me in a dream actually sees me in truth.” (Related by Al-Bukhari and Muslim.)
Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by TripleAR(m): 5:06pm On Jun 21, 2021
Biodun556:



In this Hadith, the Prophet makes two points, and he repeats them in other ways. An authentic Hadith reported by Abu Qatadah quotes the Prophet as saying: “Whoever sees me in a dream actually sees me in truth.” (Related by Al-Bukhari and Muslim.)
Its seems like u aren't getting my question i know that shaitan can take the image of the prophet but i am saying someone that you haven't seen before how can you recognize him in your dream.Its just like you not seeing your father since the day you were born and then after 20 years you see him on the street,how will you know that he is the one,i hope you are picking up what i am putting down
Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by spiritualmubi: 11:43pm On Oct 30, 2021
TripleAR:

As any of them seen d prophet in real life b4 seeing him in their dreams
My brothers and sisters in Islam let's be guided
What do you mean? They saw him in real life yes and they may have seen him in dream before then. Cos Rasool pbuh said in a hadith " he who saw me in dream will see me in reality i.e in awaken state.
Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by spiritualmubi: 11:49pm On Oct 30, 2021
TripleAR:

Its seems like u aren't getting my question i know that shaitan can take the image of the prophet but i am saying someone that you haven't seen before how can you recognize him in your dream.Its just like you not seeing your father since the day you were born and then after 20 years you see him on the street,how will you know that he is the one,i hope you are picking up what i am putting down
Do you know more than Rasool pbuh? Rasool pbuh stated in a hadith that shaitan does not take his form, so if you dreamt of Rasool pbuh, you have automatically seen Rasool pbuh as stated by him. You unable to see Rasool doesn't mean others can't see him. So chill and make lots of salawaat on Rasool and avoid sins as best as you can, so that you may see him too.
Re: A Christian Man Sees Prophet Muhammed In His Dream And Accept Islam (vid) by RightChannel: 7:21am On Nov 01, 2021
So muhammad evangelized Islam without the use of force to him in his dream right? say no to taqqiya

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