Bukhari; Volume 6, Book 60, Number 475:
Narrated Jundub bin Sufyan:
Once Allah's Apostle became sick and could not offer his night prayer (Tahajjud) for two or three nights. Then a lady (the wife of Abu Lahab) came and said, "O Muhammad! I think that your Satan has forsaken you, for I have not seen him with you for two or three nights!" On that Allah revealed:
'By the fore-noon, and by the night when it darkens, your Lord (O Muhammad) has neither forsaken you, nor hated you.' (93.1-3)
Noble Quran: 93: The Morning Hours
93:1 By the morning hours
93:2 And by the night when it is stillest,
93:3 Thy Lord hath not forsaken thee nor doth He hate thee,
1) Does this mean that Satan was Mohammad's (may peace be upon him) Lord?
a) Why would Allah, Mohammad's god, reveal a surah that he has not foresaken him when Abu Lahab's wife asked if Satan had foresaken him?
b) Does Allah admit that he is Satan?
c) Why would the Holy Prophet Mohammad (may peace be upon him) so readily admit and reveal a quran surah that answers people that his Satan has not foresaken him?
d) Does Mohammad get Satan's and angels mixed up? Afterall, a Satan was continuously living with him http://muslimhadith.blogspot.com/2008/06/aisha-jealous-of-mohammed-womanizer.html
2) Why would Bukhari include this hadith?
a) Was it to purposely show that Mohammad (may peace be upon him) sought help from Satan, and that even his Uncle Abu Lahab's wiwfe knew that Mohammad (may peace be upon him) was in cahoots with the devil?
b) Because Bukhari knew that only a man who did so many bad things could have Satan as a Lord? (i.e. - Mohammad broke everyone of the 10 Commandments - (http://muslimhadith.blogspot.com/2009/06/mohammad-and-10-commandments.html) How is he Holy?) http://muslimhadith.blogspot.com/2008/10/suicidal-mohammad.html