Mustafa Jaane Rehmat Pe Laakon Salam_
The Prophet Divides the Divine Treasures
Alahazrat Imam Ahmad Rida Khan al-Qadiri al-Hanafi (may Allah’s mercy be upon him) says:
مصطفٰی جان رحمت پہ لاکھوں سلام
شمعِ بزمِ ہدایت پہ لاکھوں سلام
Countless blessings on al-Mustafa, the Essence of Mercy.
Countless salutations on the most resplendent light of Guidance!
اصل ہر بُود و بہبود تُخمِ وجود
قاسمِ کنزِ نعمت پہ لاکھوں سلام
The stem of every bud and the seed for every fragrant thing;
Countless blessings on he who distributes the divine treasures!
As a consequence of the plethora of miracles Allah gave to the Prophet, the natural phenomenon (e.g. curtailing the sun, splitting the moon, controlling the winds, causing clouds above the sky for rain, sending water down for nourishment and needs, causing rain etc.) were brought under his control by Allah’s permission. However, there are two additional gifts granted to the Prophet that constitute a constellation of gifts he was granted not given to any Prophet or Messenger before him:  his possession of the “keys to the earth’s treasures” (mafatih khaza’in al-ard) i.e. he was made victorious, triumphant and possessor of the terrestrial domains east and west and  he was made the conduit and distributer of the divine blessings remarking: “Thus, I am indeed the distributer who distributes between you…” (fa-innama ana qasim aqsimu baynakum).
Peace and blessings upon the Best of Creation,
Our Master Muhammad, his Companions,
Family and all those who follow them.
 See al-Tabarani, al-Mu`jam al-Kabir, 24:147 (#390); al-Haythami, al-Majma` al-Zawa’id, 8:297 and al-Suyuti, al-Khasa’is al-Kubra, 2:137. Cf. also the authentic grading of this narration by Imam al-Tahawi in Sharh Mushkil al-Athar, 2:9 and 4:388-389 and al-Nawawi in his sharh (commentary) of Muslim’s Sahih, 12:52.
 Bukhari, Sahih (#3437-3439).
 Bukhari, Sahih (#5742) and Muslim, Sahih (#897).
 Bukhari, Sahih (#3389) and Muslim, Sahih (#897).
 Bukhari, Sahih (#6845); Muslim, Sahih (#523) and Ibn Hibban in his Sahih, 14:277 (#6363).
 As mentioned by Ibn Abi Shayba in the Musannaf, 6:304 (#31647), Ahmad in his Musnad, 1/98 (#763) and al-Bayhaqi in al-Sunan al-Kubra, 1:213 (#965). See also the commentaries by al-Hafiz Ibn Hajar al-`Asqalani, Fath al-Bari, 12:391 and Imam `Ali al-Qari, `Umdat al-Qari, 24:142.
 Bukhari, Sahih (#2946). And other narrations mention the wording: “I am the distributer and Allah is the Giver…” (ana ’l-qasim wa Allahu yu`ti); see for example Bukhari, Sahih (#2948) and Muslim, Sahih (#1037).