This hadith is one of the ahadith of the Holy Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) which highlight the importance as well as need of Islamic Dawah. It throws a good deal of light on the practical wisdom with which the Divine Faith should be preached among people. They should not, at one and the same time, be burdened with all sorts of beliefs and religious practices. First, the preacher should winnow out the mistaken notions which had taken a firm root in their minds, and correct beliefs about God and Prophethood should be instilled in their minds. Then on the basis of God-consciousness, the religious practices should be enjoined upon the people. On the negative side, an attempt should be made to weed out all those evils which undermine God-consciousness in man and thus hamper his spiritual and moral growth. Mu'adh was especially instructed to be aware of the feelings of the oppressed. He was sent as a governor and it was his bounden duty to see to it that no man in the society becomes victim of high-handedness.