Narrated Abu Hurayra (May Allah Be Pleased with him):
The Prophet (May Allah’s Prayers and Salutations be upon him) said:
There was no prophet among the prophets but was given miracles because of which people had security or had belief. But what I have been given is the relevation revealed to me by Allah, so I hope that my followers will be more that those of any other prophets on the Day of Standing (Resurrection).
[Bukhari narrated it.]
Common Mistakes Made During Ramadan
Common Mistake # 11: Eating continuously until the time for Maghrib is up
Some people put so much food in their plates when breaking their fast and continue eating, enjoying dessert, drinking tea, etc., until they miss the Maghrib prayer. That is obviously not right. The Sunnah of the Prophet (s.a.w.w.) was that once he broke his fast with some dates, he would hasten to the prayer. Once you are done with the prayer, you can always go back and eat some more if you wish.