Five Bounties given in Ramadan
Jabir bin Abd Allah (may Allah be pleased with him) relates that the Noble Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) has told as follows:
"My Ummah (community) was granted in Ramadan five things that were not given to the previous prophets’ Ummah.”
The first: When the first night of the month Ramadan comes, Almighty Allah gazes at them with His mercy. When Allah gazes someone with His mercy, He does not punish him, ever.
The second: The smell from the mouth of a fasting person is sweeter to Allah than the fragrance of musk.
The third: Each day and night, the angels beg forgiveness from Allah for the people who fast.
The forth: That day, Allah orders His Heaven and declares: ‘O Heaven, get ready and be adorned for my servants, they are about to take rest from the toil of the world to My Abode and My Generosity.’
The fifth: When the last day of Ramadan comes, Allah forgives all His servants that have fasted.
One of the Companions asked: “O Messenger of Allah. Is it the night the Night of Power?”
The Prophet (peaces and blessings be upon him) said “No, do you not see that if laborers work, when they finish their tasks, they are given their wages” (at-Targhb ve at-Tarhib, 2:92)