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Know then that He who uttered these words in the realms of glory meant
to describe the attributes of the One Who is to come in such veiled and
enigmatic terms as to elude the understanding of the people of error. Now,
when He saith: "His eyes were as a flame of fire", He alludeth but to the
keenness of sight and acuteness of vision of the Promised One, Who with
His eyes burneth away every veil and covering, maketh known the eternal
mysteries in the contingent world, and distinguisheth the faces that are
obscured with the dust of hell from those that shine with the light of
paradise.(51) Were His eyes not made of the blazing fire of God, how could
He consume every veil and burn away all that the people possess? How could
He behold the signs of God in the Kingdom of His names and in the world of
creation? How could He see all things with the all-perceiving eye of God?
Thus have we conferred upon Him a penetrating vision in this day. Would
that ye believe in the verses of God! For, indeed, what fire is fiercer
than this flame that shineth in the Sinai of His eyes, whereby He
consumeth all that hath veiled the peoples of the world? Immeasurably
exalted shall God remain above all that hath been revealed in His unerring
Tablets concerning the mysteries of the beginning and the end until that
day when the Crier will cry out, the day whereon we shall all return unto
Him.





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