There stood before the door one who had his right hand shrunken in such fashion that he could not use it. Whereupon Jesus, having lift up his heart to God, prayed, and then said: In order that ye may know that my words are true, I say, "In the name of God, man, stretch out thine infirm hand!"' He stretched it out whole, as if it had never had aught ill with it.

Then with fear of God they began to eat. And having eaten  somewhat, Jesus said again: 'Verily I say unto you, that it were  better to burn a city than to leave there an evil custom.   For on account of such is God wroth with the princes and kings of the earth, to whom God hath given the sword to destroy iniquities.'
           Afterwards said Jesus: 'When thou are invited, remember not to set thyself in the highest place, in order that if a greater friend of the host come the host say not unto thee: "Arise and sit lower down!" which were a shame to thee. But go and sit in the meanest place, in order that he who invited thee may  come and say: "Arise, friend, and come and sit here, above'! For then shalt thou have great honour: for every one that exalteth himself shall be humbled, and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted.
          'Verily I say unto you, that Satan became not reprobate lo other sin than for his pride. Even as saith the prophet Isaiah, reproaching him with these words: "How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, that wert the beauty of the angels, and did shine like the dawn: truly to earth is fallen thy pride!"
         'Verily I say unto you, that if a man knew his miseries, he would always weep here on earth and account himself most  mean, beyond every other thing. For no other cause did the first man with his wife weep for a hundred years without ceasing, craving mercy of God. For they knew truly whither they had fallen through their pride.'
          And having said this, Jesus gave thanks; and that day was published through Jerusalem how great things Jesus had said, with the miracle he had wrought, insomuch that the people gave thanks to God blessing his holy name. 
          But the scribes and priests, having understood that he spake against the traditions of the elders, were kindled with greater hatred. And like Pharaoh they hardened their heart: wherefore they sought occasion to slay him, but found it not.

An Islamic Perspective and Commentary
Ishaq Zahid

As the following verses tells us, humility is part of Islamic Faith.

But those who believe and work righteousness, and humble themselves before their Lord,- They will be companions of the gardens, to dwell therein for aye! (The Holy Quran, 11:23)

The believers must (eventually) win through,- Those who humble themselves in their prayers; Who avoid vain talk; Who are active in deeds of charity; (The Holy Quran, 23:1-4)

For Muslim men and women,- for believing men and women, for devout men and women, for true men and women, for men and women who are patient and constant, for men and women who humble themselves, for men and women who give in Charity, for men and women who fast (and deny themselves), for men and women who guard their chastity, and for men and women who engage much in God's praise,- for them has God prepared forgiveness and great reward. (The Holy Quran, 33:35)

Speaking against pride, the Holy Quran states:

031.018 "And swell not thy cheek (for pride) at men, nor walk in insolence through the earth; for God loveth not any arrogant boaster.