There are many other miracles of the prophet, about which the Sunnah relates - a collection of utterances, deeds, descriptions of the Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam.
In Medina, the prophet Muhammad used to read the Friday hub (sermon), leaning on the trunk of a palm tree. When the number of believers increased, someone suggested building a minbar, from which the prophet would be more comfortable talking and being heard by a large number of people. One of the companions, Abdullah ibn Umar, witnessed what happened next. According to him, when the prophet left his usual place at the trunk, and climbed to the minbar, the palm began to make sounds resembling sobs. Then Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) came to her, put his hand on the trunk and stood until the sounds ceased.
We also learned this from the words of reliable transmitters.
Water flowing between the fingers
Often, when people were thirsty and water was hard to get, Muhammad (SAW) helped them with the help of the Lord. For the sixth year after the transfer to Medina, the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and a group of believers went to Mecca to make a pilgrimage. The way was debt and heavy. They ran out of water. Only the prophet left a vessel, the water from which he used for bathing, to prepare for prayer. Then Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) dropped his hand into the vessel and a stream of water flowed between his fingers. Jabir ibn Abdullah testified that fifteen hundred people "drank and bathed".
A similar miracle the Lord created with the hands of Moses, when water was pounded from the stone. The Essence Of Miracles Performed By The Hands Of The Prophets
Abdullah ibn Ateek broke his leg and Prophet Muhammad cured her, laying his hand on the sore spot. Then Abdullah said: "It's like nothing happened with a leg". This was followed by Bara ibn Azib, another associate (Saheeh al-Bukhari).
During the campaign to Khaibar the Prophet healed the sick eyes of Ali ibn Abu Talib in the sight of the whole army. Many years later, Ali became the fourth righteous caliph of Muslims.
One day the woman brought her sick son. Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) understood that the cause of the boy's illness was in the devil who had settled in his body. The Prophet ordered: "Come out! I am Muhammad, the messenger of God. " Since then, according to the mother of the boy, nothing strange or evil has happened to him.
Blessing of food
Several times the prophet blessed the food either by turning to God, or by touching it. Then all present could be satisfied even with a small amount of food. This happened when Muslims were thirsty and hungry during the persecution. This miracle happened in front of a huge number of people, and therefore it can not be denied.
The answer to the prophet's entreaty
1. The mother of Abu Hurayra, a close companion of the prophet, spoke ill of Islam and Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him. One day, Abu Hurayra, upset, came to the Messenger of Allah and asked him to pray for the salvation of the mother's soul. Muhammad turned to God, and when Abu Hurayra returned home, his mother wanted to convert to Islam. She uttered the words of testimony (there is no deity worthy of worship, except Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala and Prophet Muhammad is His messenger)
2. One day, people suffered a drought. During the Friday sermon a man arose and said: "O Messenger of Allah, our property is destroyed, and our children are starving. Pray to the Most High for us. "Muhammad raised his hands to heaven and cried to the Lord.
3. Jarir ibn Abdullah was authorized to save some land from worshiping idols. He confessed to the prophet that he rides not so well. The Prophet asked Allah: "O Allah, make him an excellent horseman, walking the straight path, and leading the rest. Since then, he has never fallen from his horse.
Those who were present at this say that it was worth it to drop his hands, as the clouds began to gather.
When the Prophet came down from the minbar, raindrops dripped from his beard.
It rained all week. When the people gathered for the next Friday's sermon, the same person again got up and said: "O Messenger of Allah, our homes were affected by the rain, and all that we had remained under water. Pray to God for us! "
The Prophet again raised his hands to heaven and said: "Oh Lord, the rain is empty around us, not on us"
And as the eyewitnesses say, Medina was surrounded by clouds, but none remained over the city.
Another interesting story about Jabir. He says that somehow the camel on which he was riding was very tired (he used to only carry water). The animal could hardly move. Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: 'What happened to your camel?' When he found out that the camel was completely exhausted, he prayed for God to him. After that, according to Jabir, the camel was ahead of others throughout the journey. Muhammad asked: "How do you like the camel?" Jabir replied: "Your blessing has reached him.' Prophet Muhammad (SAW) bought a camel from Jabir for a gold coin, provided that Jabir takes him to Medina. Having reached the city, Jabir greeted the camel Muhammad. He gave him a gold coin and said: "Leave a camel to yourself" (Saheeh al-Bukhari, Saheeh Muslim)
It is not surprising, consequently, that those who surrounded him and witnessed miracles did not for a moment doubt his truthfulness. The Great Miracles Of the Prophet Muhammad: The Split Moon, The Night Journey To Jerusalem And The Ascension To Heaven