He divided the Light of your Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) into four portions. From the first portion, He created the Pen of Destiny, from the second, the Divine Tablet (Lawh-e-Mahfooz), from the third, the Divine Throne. The fourth portion was further sub-divided into another four portions. From the first portion, He created those Angels who are the bearers of the Divine Throne, from the second, the Divine Chair, and from the third, the rest of the Angels. The fourth portion was further sub-divided into another
four portions…” (`Abd al-Razzaq (of whom Bukhari took 120 narrations and Muslim 400) in his Musannaf (d. 211 AH/826 CE) according to Qastallani in al-Mawahib al-laduniyya (1:55) and Zarqani in his Sharh al-mawahib (1:56) of the Matba`a al-`amira ed. Cairo).
Maysarat al-Fajr also reported another Hadith that when Prophet Muhammad, on whom be peace was asked: “O Messenger of ALLAH, when were you [first] a Prophet?” He replied: “When ALLAH created the earth ‘Then turned He to the heaven, and fashioned it as seven heavens’ (2:29), and created the Throne, He wrote on the leg of the Throne: “Muhammad is the Messenger of ALLAH, the Seal of Prophets” [Muhammadun Rasûlullâhi Khâtamu al-Anbiyâ’]. Then ALLAH created the Garden in which He made Adam and Hawwa’ dwell, and He wrote My name on the gates, its tree-leaves, its domes and tents, at a time when Adam was still between the spirit and the body. When ALLAH the Most High instilled life into him he looked at the Throne and saw My name, whereupon ALLAH informed him that ‘He [Muhammad, on whom be peace] is the liege-lord of all your descendants.’ When Satan deceived them both, they repented and sought intercession to ALLAH with My name (Muhammadun Rasûlullâhi)” – (Abu Nu`aym, Dala’il al-Nubuwwa).
Thus, the Temple priests stress in their scrolls that everything received its beginning through God’s deliberate purpose and “without him nothing was made” — “Through Your word everything received its beginning, and without You nothing was made” – (Eg. Megilath ha-serachim 1 QS XI, 10 and Hodayoth 1 QH I, 19.).
The same formula is repeated to this day when a devout Jew blesses a drink taken separately from an actual meal. He recites a prayer taken from the Talmud: “Blessed be Thou, king of the world: everything was made by His word” (ha-Kol nihyah bi-Dvaro).
“The LORD bless you and keep you; the LORD make His face to shine upon you, and be gracious to you; the LORD lift up His countenance upon you, and give you Peace (Shalom or say Islam)” (Num. 6:24–6).
And this same prayer thus, is repeated by every devoted Muslim in every obligatory prayer and in his every good action by beseeching ALLAH to bless our Prophet Muhammad, and the family of our Prophet Muhammad, on whom be lasting peace.
“O ALLAH, bless our master Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and the family of our master Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) with a blessing that is pleasing