Abu Sa'id al-Khudri reported:
Verily the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: Allah will admit into Paradise those deserving of Paradise, and He will admit whom He wishes out of His Mercy, and admit those condemned to Hell into the Fire (of Hell). He would then say: See, he whom you find having as much faith in his heart as a grain of mustard, bring him out. They will then be brought out burned and turned to charcoal, and would be cast into the river of life, and they would sprout aj does a seed in the silt carried away by flood. Have you not seen that it comes out yellow (fresh) and intertwined?
-Nawawi affirms intercession, by Ijmaa of the Salaf.
-The Khwarij and Mu'tazilah deny and they seek to use as proof the the Ayah in Mudatthir, "Intercession of the intercessors will not benefit them."
Nawawi refutes them as says this is specific to the Kuffaar and the Ahadeeth in this chapter is for the believers.
Intercession of the Prophet is of five types
1 For the prophet alone to start the reckoning
2 For those who enter Jannah without any punishment or reckoning
3 Those who sinned and the prophet asks to forgive them
4 To take those out of the fire who entered
5 To increase the level of those who entered Jannah
The Mu'tailah only affirm number five.
-Qaadhee states that some say it's Makrooh to ask for the intercession of the Prophet because it implies one will be deficient and is bound for the fire.
Qaadhee refutes this and says we are all deficient and we all need pardon.
Also, based on this false presence we would not allowed to ask for forgiveness because it would imply we are willing and wanting to sin?
Nawawi states it's affirmed that the Salaf used to ask
-Qaadhee suggests that the Jahanmiyoon will become coal, this means they will die. Others said they will be punished to the extent that they lose their senses.
Nawawi said they will be punished to the degree of their sins, as for dying then after the resurrection there will be no more death
Sharh Sahih Muslim, 3/40-44