a Book well-guarded. Which none can touch but the pure. A revelationfrom the Lord of all that exists. (56:75-80)Allah said;
Your companion has neither gone astray nor has erred.This contains the subject of the oath. This part of the Ayah is thewitness that the Messenger of Allah is sane and a follower of Truth. Heis neither led astray, such as in the case of the ignorant who does notproceed on any path with knowledge, nor is he one who erred, such asin the case of the knowledgeable, who knows the Truth, yet deviatesfrom it intentionally to something else. Therefore, Allah exonerated HisMessenger and his Message from being similar to the misguided waysof the Christians and the erroneous paths of the Jews, such asknowing the Truth and hiding it, while abiding by falsehood. Rather,he, may Allah's peace and blessings be on him, and his gloriousMessage that Allah has sent him with, are on the perfect straight path,following guidance and what is correct.
Muhammad was sent as a Mercy for all that exists; He does not speak of His Desire
Nor does he speak of desire,asserting that nothing the Prophet utters is of his own desire or wish,
It is only a revelation revealed,means, he only conveys to the people what he was commanded toconvey, in its entirety without additions or deletions.Imam Ahmad recorded that Abu Umamah said that he heard the Messengerof Allah say,
Verily, numbers similar to the two tribes, or one of them, Rabi`ah andMudar, will enter Paradise on account of the intercession of one man,who is not a Prophet.A man asked, "O Allah's Messenger! Is not Rabi`ah a subtribe of Mudar.''