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Prophet Muhammad taught his adherents how their approaches towards money should be; he taught them how to earn money and what sources they should follow. In his hadith he tells us that no one will be admitted to leave the place of reckoning on the last Day before he is asked about four things:
His lifetime, in what way he spent his lifetime. Also he will be asked about his youth and how he spent it.
Then came the third Question which is about money; how did he earn it and how he spent it. These four question has effect on the person the prophet spiritually teaches.
Since we talk about money we will shed some light on two questions: the lifetime and the money.
He also taught them that one should earn money and save some to leave for his children after his death. He says it is better for you to leave your children rich lest they beg people for what they need." This is a good way to persuade his adherents to work and earn so that that they suffice their children after his death.
He also teaches us that
In this way he urged them to work.
Inspired by the revelations, prophet Muhammad determined where should a Muslim spend his money. God says what means:
So a person should spend moderately, he should not be extravagant nor should he be a miser, this should be within what the following verse inspires:
Then came the wider sphere of spending money to which the prophet, inspired by the Quran revelations, guided his adherents to
This was the answer of the revelations on the tongue of prophet Muhammad regarding how man can spend his money surplus.