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I shall restate here My theme, that perchance this may assist thee in
recognizing thy Creator. Know thou that God--exalted and glorified be
He--doth in no wise manifest His inmost Essence and Reality. From time
immemorial He hath been veiled in the eternity of His Essence and
concealed in the infinitude of His own Being. And when He purposed to
manifest His beauty in the kingdom of names and to reveal His glory in the
realm of attributes, He brought forth His Prophets from the invisible
plane to the visible, that His name "the Manifest" might be distinguished
from "the Hidden" and His name "the Last" might be discerned from "the
First", and that there may be fulfilled the words: "He is the First and
the Last; the Seen and the Hidden; and He knoweth all things!"(33) Thus
hath He revealed these most excellent names and most exalted words in the
Manifestations of His Self and the Mirrors of His Being.





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