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O Concourse Of Monks! If Ye Choose To Follow Me, I






O CONCOURSE of monks! If ye choose to follow Me, I will make you heirs of
My Kingdom; and if ye transgress against Me, I will, in My long-suffering,
endure it patiently, and I, verily, am the Ever-Forgiving, the
All-Merciful... Bethlehem is astir with the Breeze of God. We hear her
voice saying: 'O most generous Lord! Where is Thy great glory established?
The sweet savours of Thy presence have quickened me, after I had melted in
my separation from Thee. Praised be Thou in that Thou hast raised the
veils, and come with power in evident glory.' We called unto her from
behind the Tabernacle of Majesty and Grandeur: 'O Bethlehem! This Light
hath risen in the orient, and travelled towards the occident, until it
reached thee in the evening of its life. Tell Me then: Do the sons
recognize the Father, and acknowledge Him, or do they deny Him, even as
the people aforetime denied Him (Jesus)?' Whereupon she cried out saying:
'Thou art, in truth, the All-Knowing, the Best-Informed.'





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