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Hadith No: 781
Narrated/Authority of Abu Masud
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 10, The Book of Leading the Prayer (Al-Imamah)
"The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'Let the one who has most knowledge of the Book of Allah lead the people in prayer. If they are equal in terms of knowledge of the Quran, let the one who emigrated first (lead them). If they are equal in terms of emigration, let the one who has more knowledge of the Sunnah (lead them). If they are equal in terms of knowledge of the Sunnah, let the one who is oldest (lead them). Do not lead a man in prayer in his place of authority, and do not sit in his place of honor, unless he gives you permission.'" (Sahih)
Hadith No: 850
Narrated/Authority of Abdullah
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 10, The Book of Leading the Prayer (Al-Imamah)
"Whoever would like to meet Allah tomorrow as a Muslim, let him regularly attend these five (daily) prayers whenever the call for them is given (that in the masjid (mosque)s), for Allah prescribed for His Prophet (saw) the ways of guidance, and they (the prayers) are part of those ways of guidance. I do not think that there is anyone among you who does not have a place where he prays in his house. But if you were to pray in your houses and forsake the Masjids, you would be forsaking the Sunnah of your Prophet, and if you were to forsake the Sunnah of your Prophet you would go astray. There is no Muslim slave who performs Wudu and does it well, then walks to the prayer, but Allah will record one Hasanah (good deed) for each step he takes, or raise him one level by it or erase one sin from him. I remember how we used to take short steps, and I remember (a time) when no one stayed behind from the prayer except a hypocrite who hypocrisy was well known. And I have seen a man coming supported by two others until he would be made to stand in the row." (Sahih)
Hadith No: 433
Narrated/Authority of Abu Said
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 4, The Book of Ghusl and Tayammum
that two men performed Tayammum and prayed, then they found water when there was still time left for that prayer. One of them performed Wudu and repeated the prayer, and the other did not. They asked the Prophet (saw) about that and he said to the one who did not repeat the prayer: "You followed the Sunnah and your prayer is acceptable." And he said to the other: "And you will have something like the reward of two prayers." (Hasan)
Hadith No: 625
Narrated/Authority of Nafi bin Jubair
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 6, The Book of the Times (of Prayer)
from his father, that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said during a journey: "Who will watch out for dawn for us, so that we do not sleep and miss the prayer?" Bilal said: 'I will.' He turned to face the direction where the sun would rise, but they fell fast asleep until the heat of the sun woke them up, then they got up. He said: 'Perform Wudu.' Then Bilal called the Adhan and he prayed two Rakahs, and they prayed the two (Sunnah) Rakahs of Fajr, then they prayed Fajr." (Sahih)
Hadith No: 831
Narrated/Authority of Hittan bin Abdullah
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 10, The Book of Leading the Prayer (Al-Imamah)
"Abu Musa led us in prayer and when he was sitting, a man from among the people entered and said: 'Prayer is based on righteousness and is always mentioned alongside Zakah (in the Quran).' When Abu Musa had said the Salam, he turned to the people and said: 'Which of you spoke these words?' The people kept quiet. Then he said: 'O Hittan, perhaps you said it?' He said: 'No, but I was afraid that you would rebuke me for it.' He said: 'The Messenger of Allah (saw) taught us our prayer and Sunnah prayers, and he said: The Imam is appointed to be followed, so when he says the Takbir, say the Takbir, when he says "Not (the way) of those who earned Your Anger, nor of those who went astray," [1:7] say Ameen, and Allah will respond to you; when he goes from bowing and rises up and says, 'Sami Allahu liman hamidah (Allah hears those who praise Him), say 'Rabbana lakal-hamd (Our Lord, to You be praise),' and Allah will hear you; when he prostrates, prostrate, and when he sits up, sit up. The Imam should prostrate before you do and sit up before you do.' The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'This makes up for that.'"* (Sahih) *Because the Imam bowed or prostrated before you, so you missed a moment of bowing or prostrating, but if you rise up after him, it will make up for that.