• The Miracles of Prophet Muhammed PBUH: Amazing Wonders, You Didn’t Know

  • The Prophet’s Miracles Series, Book 1
  • By: Dr. Iftekhar Ahmed Shams
  • Narrated by: Michael Stuhre
  • Length: 3 hrs and 34 mins
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Praise be to Allah the Exalted, Lord of the Universe, and Beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and His family, companions, and those who follow his footprints and rightly guided ways until the doomsday.

The main aim of compiling this book, The Miracles of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) by Dr. Iftekhar Ahmed Shams, urges Muslims to adopt Islamic mentality by looking at things from an Islamic perspective. Like all his other books, this is written in simple language for common people and explains the number of miracles performed by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) over the 23 years of prophecy.

This book is neither the first nor the only one on the subject. But it is certainly the most comprehensive and systematic of all. May Allah accept his noble efforts, grant the book due popularity, and make it beneficial to all who listen.

©2021 Dr. Iftekhar Ahmed Shams (P)2022 Dr. Iftekhar Ahmed Shams

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This book, The Miracles of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) by Dr. Iftekhar Ahmed Shams, explains the number of miracles performed by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) over the 23 years of prophecy.Muslims believe that God sent many prophets throughout history to guide humanity. They taught people about the pure creed of belief in the One God, ways to worship Him and how to lead righteous lives keeping in mind our purpose in life. The prophets also informed humanity of future events and things unseen, such as the Day of Resurrection and the life hereafter.

The prophets were all outstanding examples of honesty and righteousness, known for their pure character even before being tasked with prophethood. Therefore, their claims about the unseen could be trusted due to their reputations as being the most trustworthy of men. In addition, God granted them miracles to remove any doubts that they were sent by God. These miracles were clearly impossible for any human being to perform without divine intervention, many of which are mentioned in the Quran, the holy book of Islam. One famous example is the splitting of the Red Sea, which allowed Moses and the Children of Israel to flee from the Pharaoh’s army.
Dr. Iftekhar Ahmed Shams write miracles performed by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on a different occasions,will mention some names here that listen here.
1..Splitting the Moon
2..Isra and Mairaj
3..Healing the Sick
4..Prayers Immediately Answered
5..Tree Trunk Crying
6..Foretelling the Future
7..Everlasting Miracle
8..The night journey (Isra) and ascension (Miraj)
9..The dead affirmed the Prophet-hood of Muhammed
10.The greatest miracle of Prophet Muhammed is the Quran.
On more than one occasion, the Prophet blessed food by either praying or touching it so all present could get their fill. This happened at times when food and water shortage afflicted Muslims. These miracles took place in the presence of a large number of people and is, thus, not possible to deny.

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