How is it appropriate for prophet Abraham to say that the planet or moon or sun is his Lord?

Question 7: How is it appropriate for a prophet from Uli Al-Azem [1], who is Abraham pbuh, to say that the planet, or moon, or sun is his Lord?

Answer: Only a deluded person would assume that these words came from Abraham pbuh in the world of Shahada, meaning this worldly life, even though Abraham perhaps repeated it in this worldly life to reproach his people who worship these planets, or the spirits which move these planets.

Why did Abraham pbuh see only a planet, a moon, and a sun?

he sun is the Messenger of Allah pbuhap, the moon is Imam Ali pbuh [1], and the planet is Imam Al-Mahdi pbuh. [2]
The sun, moon, and planet in the Kingdom of Heaven were the manifestation of Allah in the creation. For this reason, they were made similar to Abraham pbuh and each of these three is a manifestation to its own extent. And Muhammad, Ali and Al-Qaim pbut, specifically, are the complete manifestation of Allah in the creation in this world. This is because not only are they dispatched, but they are dispatchers as well.

Hajar striving between Safa and Marwa

[I will tell you about Al Hussain a.s. in this night which is something good for you.

Look at Hajar when she placed Ismael,her son, on the ground. After when she saw herself incapable of tolerating his death while being thirsty in between her hands; and so she strove between AlSafa and AlMarwa.

Is her behavior the behavior of a raging mother who is not able to think as what they say?

The Tree of Abraham

1. What does the letter “Saad ص” in Qur’an mean? And is it a river in Paradise?

2. There is a Hadith which is narrated from Prophet Abraham (a.s): (Here [in this place] shall grow a tree like the tree of Adam (a.s) in the Garden of Eden)
After your permission, I have written the following on the forum …… Please clarify. Isn’t this a proof that there is a person who will be born in the End Times and will be present in that place – the place where the two rivers meet (The Righteous Servant) – and his story is well known and it is a clear reference to Imam Ahmed Alhasan (a.s) by the link to the tree of Adam … And according to the interpretation, the tree of Adam is a symbol for the knowledge of Muhammad and the Family of Muhammad (a.s) as they (a.s) narrated. And it is the tree which Allah made forbidden to the Prophet Adam (a.s) in the Garden of Eden.

The one who argued with Abraham

Allah swt said, {Have you not considered the one who argued with Abraham about his Lord because Allah had given him kingship? When Abraham said, “My Lord is the one who gives life and causes death,” he said, “I give life and cause death.” Abraham said, “Indeed, Allah brings the sun up from the east, so bring it up from the west.” So the one who disbelieved was overwhelmed, and Allah does not guide the wrongdoing people.} ¹ What is the interpretation of the above verse? Who is the one who argued with Abraham? Is he the one who disbelieved?