From Aisha, the Prophet SAW said: "There is no act of the children of Adam on the day of sacrifice that God likes more than shedding blood (slaughtering sacrificial animals), indeed on the Day of Resurrection those animals will come complete with their horns, hooves, and feathers . Indeed, its blood will reach Allah - as a sacrifice - wherever the animal is slaughtered before its blood reaches the ground, so be sincere in slaughtering it." (HR. Ibn Majah and Tirmidhi)
"Where every hair of the qurban animal will be worth a reward, while on the other hand, we will feel the beauty of sharing sustenance with fellow human beings."
"And, for every nation We have prescribed the slaughtering (sacrifice), so that they mention the name of God over the livestock that God has provided for them. Therefore, your God is the One and Only God, therefore submit yourselves to Him and give glad tidings to those who submit to God." (Surah Al-Hajj: 34)
In surah al-Kauthar verse 2: "Therefore pray for your Lord and sacrifice (a sign of gratitude)"
The words of the Prophet S.A.W.: Meaning: "I was ordered to perform the sacrifice of livestock and it is circumcision for you".
The reward of the sacrificial worship provided is very great for those who perform this worship. This is because sacrificial worship is a muakkad circumcision which is highly encouraged to be done for people who meet the conditions of sacrifice based on the words of Allah SWT: "Therefore, pray only for your God, and sacrifice (as a thank you)." (Al-Kauthar 108:2)
From Abdullah bin Amru r.a, that a man asked the Prophet SAW, "What is the best practice in Islam?" His Majesty said, "Feeding food and greeting people you know and people you don't know"
Hadith narrated by at-Tirmidhi, Ibnu Majah and Hakim "There is no deed done by the son of Adam on the Feast of Sacrifice that God likes more than shedding blood (slaughtering sacrificial animals). "..Indeed the sacrificial animal will come on the Day of Judgment with its horns, hooves and feathers and God will reward the sacrificial worship before the blood of the sacrificial animal falls on the earth. Therefore, make your sacrifice good…”
"And the person whose sustenance is narrowed should give sustenance from the wealth that God has given him. God does not burden a person except (ability) what God has given him. Later God will give freedom after hardship."
Allah S.W.T. has said in Surah Al-Haj verse 37: Meaning: "The flesh and blood of sacrificial animals or gifts will never reach Allah, but what reaches Him is your sincere deeds based on piety".
From Abu Hurairah Radhiallahu 'anhu he said, the words of the Prophet Sallallahu 'Alaihi Wasallam: "Whoever has the ability to sacrifice but does not do it, should not be present with us in our place of prayer".
From Aishah RA, the Prophet SAW said: "There is no deed done by the son of Adam on the day of Al-Nahr (Raya Aidiladha) that is more loved by Allah than shedding blood (of sacrificial animals). Indeed, it will come on the Day of Resurrection with its horns, feathers, and hooves and indeed the blood will reach the pleasure of Allah SWT before it falls to the earth. So, purify your soul (by making sacrifices).”