Prophet’s words about the father! Hadith and verses about father

Hadiths and verses about fathers are shared on Father’s Day. Muslims take the words and deeds of the Prophet as an example. In verse 8 of Surah Al-Ankabut, Allah Almighty says, “We have enjoined man to be kind to his parents …” Here is the saying of our master prophet about father, hadith about father

Hadith and verses about father

Worship God and do not associate anyone with Him. Be kind to parents, relatives, orphans, poor, near neighbors, distant neighbors, close friends, travelers, those in your hands; God does not love those who are arrogant and always arrogant. (Surah An-Nisa / 36)

We recommended the man’s parents, and his mother held him in her womb, suffering from weakness upon weakness. It took her two years to leave her breasts, so we advised people to be grateful to me and your parents, and to return to me. (Surah Luqman verse, 14)

Your Lord has commanded that you worship Him alone and treat your parents well, knowing that Allah is watching over you. If one or both of them are with you in old age, don’t tell them, “Off!” Don’t say bad things! Don’t scold them and always be gentle with them and be kind! (Surah Isra / 23)

Your Lord has commanded you to worship none but Him and to be kind to your parents. If one or both of them grow old with you, do not be angry with them; Don’t scold them, talk to them kindly. (Surah Isra 23-24)

Your Lord has commanded that you should serve Him alone and be kind to your parents. If one or both of them grow old by your side, get angry at them! Don’t say that! Don’t scold them! Tell them something beautiful! Humbly take your wings over them, save them and say: My Lord! Have mercy on them (pray!) As they raised me when I was a child “(Surah Isra 23, 24)

We advise people to treat their parents well. Because his mother has endured many hardships. Separation from milk also occurs within two years. We suggest you thank me first and then your parents. The return is only mine. (Surat al-Ahqaf / 15)

Worship Allah and do not associate anyone with Him! Be kind to parents, relatives, orphans, poor, near neighbors, distant neighbors, close friends, travelers and your subordinates (maids, concubines, servants, etc.). God does not love anyone who is arrogant and always arrogant! (Surah Nisa 36)

“We have enjoined on man to be kind to his parents …” (Surat al-Ankabut: 8)

I have instructed man to treat his parents (the best). Because his mother has endured many hardships. Weaning is done within two years. So thank me and your parents! To Me is the return. “(Surah Luqman 14)

Say: “Come, I hear what your Lord has forbidden: do not associate anything with Him, be kind to your parents, do not kill your children (by any means) because of poverty (fear). We provide you with them.” I will give it to you. This is what (Allah) has instructed you to think (using the mind).

Our Prophet’s words about the Father (Hadith about father)

It is narrated on the authority of Abu Hurairah that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

No child can fully repay his father. But maybe if his father becomes someone’s slave and he buys him and frees him. Muslim

Abu Abdur Rahman Abdullah b. Masood (R) narrates:

I asked the Prophet, what is the favorite deed of God? The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: It is to pray on time. “Then which one?” I said. He said, to be kind to parents. “Then which one?” I said. He said, “Jihad in the way of Allah.” Bukhari, Muslim

It is narrated on the authority of Abu Hurairah that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

Let him honor his guest who believes in Allah and the Last Day. He who believes in Allah and the Last Day should take care of his relatives. Those who believe in God and the Last Day should either say good or be silent. Bukhari, Muslim

Abu Huraira (R) narrates:

A man came to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) “O Messenger of Allah, who among the people is most worthy of my good conduct?” He asked. Rasulullah SA “This is your mother.” He orders. The man said, then who? The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “Your mother.” The man said, then who? The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said again, ‘Your mother.’ “Then who?” The man asked. Rasulullah SA “Your father” He orders. Bukhari

In a narration of Muslim “O Messenger of Allah, who is most worthy of good behavior?” “Your mother, then your father, then your relatives.” He orders. Muslim

According to the book narrated from Abu Huraira (R), Hajj. Prophet:

He said, “Whoever cannot enter Paradise (because he does not show the respect he deserves), let his nose meet one or both of them in their old age,” and he repeated it three times. Muslim

Rasulullah SA “Cursing one’s parents is one of the greatest sins.” He orders. Companion “O Messenger of Allah, how can a person curse his parents?” They asked. Rasulullah SA “He curses the father of another, and he (in return) curses his father; he curses his mother, who curses his mother.” Answered in the form. Bukhari

Abdullah b. Amr b. As (ra) describes:

One day a man came to the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and said, “I swear allegiance to you on the condition that you migrate and do jihad, hoping for your reward from Allah.” The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, asked, “Are any of your parents alive?” He said, “Yes, they are both alive.” The Prophet said, do you expect a reward from Allah? He said yes. Then the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “Then go back to your parents and take care of them.”

Ebû Bekre Nüfey ‘b. According to the information narrated from Haris (R)

Rasulullah SA “Shall I tell you of the greatest sin?” He said and repeated the word three times. We said, “Yes, O Messenger of Allah.” Rasulullah SA “Associating partners with God, disobeying parents” He orders. He got up from where he was leaning and said, “And, lies and lies too” and he repeated it so much that we wanted him to shut up. Bukhari, Muslim

Abdullah b. Amr b. According to what has been narrated from As (R). The Prophet said:

The greatest sins are associating partners with God, disobeying parents, killing people unjustly, and swearing falsely. Bukhari

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