The hadith come from the traditions and sayings of the Prophet Mohammad. I read the following hadith on the blog Mind, Body, Soul and was struck at how thoroughly biblical it is. I am pasting it below from his blog with the addition of biblical references.
Allah, ever exalted is He (Psalm 46:10), says: “I accept the prayer of one who humbles himself before My Grandeur (2 Chronicles 7:14), who does not seek to dominate My Creation (Colossians 1:16). who does not pass a night persisting in disobedience of Me (Deuteronomy 27:10), who devotes his day to My Remembrance (Joshua 1:8), who is merciful to the poor, the homeless, the widowed and to all who suffer misfortune (Luke 6:36; James 1:27).
The light of such a one is like the light of the sun (Proverbs 4:18). I shall preserve him by My Might (1 Corinthians 1:8-9), and My angels will protect him (Psalm 91:11). I shall provide him with light where there is darkness (Psalm 119:105), and forbearance where there is ignorance (Romans 2:4). His likeness among My creatures resembles the Highest Garden in Paradise (Psalm 1:1-3).”
Shaykh Ibn Arabi (ks) narrates according to the collection of al-Bazzar (R)