The Hadith reading 'Allah never gets tired of giving rewards till you get tired of doing good deeds'
reported on the authority of
(may Allah be pleased with her) that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said:
Do that much of deeds which is within your ability, as Allah never gets tired of giving rewards till you get tired of doing good deeds. The most beloved deed to Allah is the most regular and constant even if it were little.
What is the meaning of his (peace be upon him) saying: (Part No. 2; Page No. 403)
Allah never gets tired of giving rewards till you get tired of doing good deeds.
It is worth mentioning that I looked upon the views of Hafizhs (scholars who are well-versed in Hadith and its sciences)
in Fath Al-Bary, 1/101 and 3/36, Al-Hafiz
in his book Ma`alim Al-Sunan,
his commentary on
in Ta'wil Mukhtalif-ul-Hadith and many others, but I found no commentary on this sentence; does this imply accepting it? Since I checked a treatise in which the sentence "Allah never gets tired of giving rewards till you get tired of doing good deeds" is mentioned, I hope you could answer my question.
One should accept this Hadith as it is, along with believing in the attribute (tiredness) and that it is appropriate with respect to Allah in a way different to His Creatures, such as plotting, deception and planning which are mentioned in the Qur'an. All such attributes are right with regard to Allah according to His saying (Exalted be He):
There is nothing like Him; and He is the All-Hearer, the All-Seer.
May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.