BY MRS. ALFRED GATTY (ADAPTED) The Master of the Harvest walked by the side of his cornfields in the springtime. A frown was on his face, for there had been no rain for several weeks, and the earth was hard from the parching of the east wind... Read more of The Master Of The Harvest at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Thou Beholdest, O My God, The Day-star Of Thy






Thou beholdest, O my God, the Day-Star of Thy Word shining above the
horizon of Thy prison-city, inasmuch as within its walls He who is the
Manifestation of Thy Self and the Day-Spring of the light of Thy unity
hath raised His voice and uttered Thy praise. The fragrances of Thy love
have thereby been wafted over Thy cities and have encompassed all the
dwellers of Thy realm.

Since Thou hast revealed Thy grace, O my God, deter not Thy servants from
directing their eyes towards it. Consider not, O my God, their estate, and
their concerns and their works. Consider the greatness of Thy glory, and
the plenteousness of Thy gifts, and the power of Thy might, and the
excellence of Thy favors. I swear by Thy glory! Wert Thou to look upon
them with the eye of justice, all would deserve Thy wrath and the rod of
Thine anger. Hold Thou Thy creatures, O my God, with the hands of Thy
grace, and make Thou known unto them what is best for them of all the
things that have been created in the kingdom of Thine invention.

We testify, O my God, that Thou art God, and that there is no God besides
Thee. From eternity Thou hast existed with none to equal or rival Thee,
and wilt abide for ever the same. I beseech Thee, by the eyes which see
Thee stablished upon the throne of unity and the seat of oneness, to aid
all them that love Thee by Thy Most Great Name, and to lift them up into
such heights that they will testify with their own beings and with their
tongues that Thou art God alone, the Incomparable, the One, the
Ever-Abiding. Thou hast had at no time any peer or partner. Thou, in
truth, art the All-Glorious, the Almighty, Whose help is implored by all
men.





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