The Prophet (peace be upon him) reached that status because of his good biography and sound policy until souls subjugated to him voluntarily and obeyed him for fear of Allah and hoping for His Reward.
Of these righteous deeds are the following:
His justice (peace be upon him) which has shown in the code of his religion, so there is no extravagance or negligence but moderation without fanaticism or indifference, and the best of matters are their middle.
Of these righteous deeds is that he did not encourage his Companions to love the world or reject it but called them to moderation as Allah says: "But seek, with that (wealth) which Allâh has bestowed on you, the home of the Hereafter, and forget not your portion of lawful enjoyment in this world; and do good as Allâh has been good to you, and seek not mischief in the land. Verily, Allâh likes not the Mufsidûn (those who commit great crimes and sins, oppressors, tyrants, mischief-makers, corrupters)." [Surat Al Qasas: 77].
Of these righteous deeds is that he explained to the nation how to worship Allah (may He be Glorified and Exalted) and showed them the lawful from the unlawful. Moreover, he detailed for them what is permissible and what is impermissible of contracts, marriages, and transactions. This is clear in the Hadith of the three persons which was reported by Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) where he said: "A group of three men came to the houses of the wives of the Prophet (peace be upon him) asking how the Prophet (peace be upon him) worshipped (Allah), and when they were informed about that, they considered their worship insufficient and said: "Where are we from the Prophet (peace be upon him) as his past and future sins have been forgiven." Then one of them said: "I will offer the prayer throughout the night forever." The other said: "I will fast throughout the year and will not break my fast." The third said: "I will keep away from the women and will not marry forever." Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) came to them and said: "Are you the same people who said so-and-so? By Allah, I am more submissive to Allah and more afraid of Him than you; yet I fast and break my fast, I do sleep and I also marry women. So he who does not follow my tradition in religion, is not from me (not one of my followers)."
The People of the Scriptures needed many codes of his Shari`ah in his time, but his Shari`ah did not need the Shari`ah of others.
He paved the way to his Shari`ah by establishing rules on which future rulings are based and from which new rulings are deducted. All these were in his short mission which indicates the miraculuosness of his mission and that the rulings were sent by the All-Wise, the Worthy of all praise.
Of his righteous deeds is his generosity and ample giving to the extent that he used to give all he has without leaving something to himself or his family whether at the beginning of his mission or after his victories because he believed in Afterlife which bliss is endless and its goodness is not removed. The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) along with those who follow him shall take the bigger share of this afterlife.
Of his righteous deeds and the proofs to his prophethood is that he strived against the enemies of religion who surrounded him from all sides while he was alone with few men, but Allah (may He be Glorified and Exalted) supported him and provided him with victory either by material victory or by frightening his enemy. His few soldiers and their weak weapons did not match the great victory which he had achieved. That was a decisive proof that victory comes only from Allah, for He is the best to provide victory to His Messengers and those who follow them.
Of his righteous deeds is his bravery and strong fight. He never feared his enemy or their multiple numbers. When his followers feared the enemies and tried to escape the battle, he remained, held his sword, and fought alone while saying: "Indeed, I am the Prophet with no doubt, I am the son of `Abdul-Muttalib."
He kept repeating that until his Companions and followers joined the battle again, and Allah provided them with glorious victory. This absolute bravery and courage in fight in addition to his confidence of victory despite the flee of his followers indicate that he was a true Prophet.
Allah (may He be Glorified and Exalted) promised him of victory when He said: "Verily, We will indeed make victorious Our Messengers and those who believe (in the Oneness of Allah Islamic Monotheism) in this world's life and on the Day when the witnesses will stand forth, (i.e. Day of Resurrection)." [Surat Ghafir: 51].
 Reported by Al Bukhari 5063 and Muslim 1401.
 Reported by Al Bukhari 2930 and Muslim 1776 from Al Bara' ibn `Azib (may Allah be pleased with him).
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