Greeting The Prophet In Prayer: Is It In The Qur’an?

I address the subject of greeting the messenger, which is something the Traditionalist does as part of his devotions, considering the context of the verse claimed in support of this practice.

O you who heed warning:
Enter not the households of the prophet for a meal without waiting for its time save that leave be given to you.
But when you are called, enter.
And when you have eaten, disperse.
And seek not familiarity through storytelling.
That hinders the prophet
And he is shy of you.
But God is not shy of the truth.
And when you ask of his wives any item:
Ask it of them from behind a partition.
That is purer for your hearts and their hearts.
And it is not for you to hinder the messenger of God or to marry his wives after him ever.
That were tremendous in the sight of God.
If you reveal a thing or keep it secret:
God is knowing of all things.
They do no wrong concerning their fathers
Or their sons
Or their brothers
Or the sons of their brothers
Or the sons of their sisters
Or their women
Or what their right hands possess
When they are in prudent fear of God.
God is witness over all things.
God and his angels perform the duty befitting the prophet.
O you who heed warning: perform the duty befitting him
And greet with a salutation.
Those who hinder God and his messenger
God has cursed them in this world and the hereafter
And has prepared for them a humiliating punishment.
And those who hinder the believing men and the believing women with what they have not earned:
They bear a calumny and obvious falsehood. (33:53-58)

And if you find not therein anyone:
Enter not until leave be given you.
And if it be said to you: Go back
Then go back.
It is purer for you.
And God knows what you do.
You do no wrong to enter uninhabited dwellings in which there is provision for you.
And God knows what you proclaim and what you conceal. (24:28-19)

No blame is there upon the blind
Nor any blame upon the lame
Nor any blame upon the sick
Nor upon yourselves
That you eat among your dwellings
Or the dwellings of your fathers
Or the dwellings of your mothers
Or the dwellings of your brothers
Or the dwellings of your sisters
Or the dwellings of your paternal uncles
Or the dwellings of your paternal aunts
Or the dwellings of your maternal uncles
Or the dwellings of your maternal aunts
Or that whereof you hold the keys
Or of your friend.
You do no wrong to eat together or separately.
And when you enter dwellings:
Salute one another with a greeting from God, blessed and good.
Thus God makes plain to you the proofs
That you might use reason. (24:61)

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