the FIRST one is this word of Allah, the Most High: "We entrusted you with a mission only out of Mercy for humanity". So long as he is the Mercy of humanity, it is natural for him to be above it.
The SECOND one is the word of Allah, the Most High, "We have heightened your glamour". In relation to this subject, they keep repeating: that Allah has coupled Muhammad's name (pbuh) with His name, in the quotation of the Profession of Faith (Kalimah Shahadah), in the call for prayer (Azan), and in the 'Witness Bearing Prayer' "At-Tashahhoud" whereas not one Prophet has got the privilege of this coupled quotation.
The THIRD one is that He coupled His obedience to his: "He who obeys to the Prophet obeys to Allah ". He coupled the Oath of Allegiance towards Him to the one towards the Prophet (pbuh). He said: "Those who swear allegiance on your behalf do it to Allah, the hand of God is above their hands". He coupled His power to his own one, by saying: "Power is the apanage (privilege, monopoly) of Allah and His Prophet".
He also coupled His satisfaction to his own one by announcing: " Allah and His Prophet mostly deserve satisfaction". He even coupled His consent to his own one, by saying: "O Faithful people! Consent to the call of Allah and of His Prophet".
The FOURTH one is that Allah has ordered Muhammad (pbuh), to hurl defiance for each chapter (Surah) of the Qur`an by saying: "Bring only one Surah that is same". The briefest Surah is the one of Al-Kauthar which contains only three verses. It seems that Allah challenged them every three verses. Since Qur`an contains more than six thousand verses, it is logical that the miracle of Qur`an should be not a single miracle but rather two thousand miracles and even more. If this is proved, we say that Allah, praise be to Him, has quoted the honor granted to Moses (pbuh) in nine verses, while the honor granted to Muhammad (pbuh), is more extensive, owing to this great number of verses.