Compilation of the Qur'an

Did the Prophet Write Some Qur’anic Verses in His Favor?

As-Salamu `alaykum. I have a question for you that may seem blasphemous. Nevertheless, I have to ask it. I was born into and grew up in a very happy Muslim family. I went to school and accepted pretty much everything I was taught. However, over the past few years I have been questioning whether Islam is a true faith or simply just my inherited faith. I have been reading about many religions, not to convert but simply to understand and learn. While researching religion, I have been reading the Qur’an and authentic Hadith.Now here is the potentially blasphemous part. I am wondering if parts of the Qur’an were not written by Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) himself. I notice that on a few occasions when something was worrying him personally, a verse was revealed in his favor. For example: “O ye who believe! Enter not the Prophet's houses--until leave is given you--for a meal, (and then) not (so early as) to wait for its preparation; but when ye are invited, enter; and when ye have taken your meal, disperse, without seeking familiar talk. Such (behavior) annoys the Prophet; he is ashamed to dismiss you, but Allah is not ashamed (to tell you) the truth. And when ye ask (his ladies) for anything ye want, ask them from before a screen: that makes for greater purity for your hearts and for theirs. Nor is it right for you that ye should annoy Allah's Messenger, or that ye should marry his widows after him at any time. Truly such a thing is in Allah's sight an enormity.” (Al-Ahzab: 53)To me, this looks very personal to Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). It does not look like a universal message for millions of generations to come. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) didn't want guests that lingered and didn't want men to marry his wives—which is a trait of many possessive husbands—so a verse stating his wants was revealed.I seek refuge in Allah if I am wrong, but I fear that this may be the case. Please keep an open mind and answer this from your heart, that is, what you really think, not the standard Islamic rhetoric. Thanks for your efforts.