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Thou Seest O God Of Mercy Thou






Thou seest, O God of Mercy, Thou Whose power pervadeth all created things,
these servants of Thine, Thy thralls, who, according to the good-pleasure
of Thy Will, observe in the daytime the fast prescribed by Thee, who
arise, at the earliest dawn of day, to make mention of Thy Name, and to
celebrate Thy praise, in the hope of obtaining their share of the goodly
things that are treasured up within the treasuries of Thy grace and
bounty. I beseech Thee, O Thou that holdest in Thine hands the reins of
the entire creation, in Whose grasp is the whole kingdom of Thy names and
of Thine attributes, not to deprive, in Thy Day, Thy servants from the
showers pouring from the clouds of Thy mercy, nor to hinder them from
taking their portion of the ocean of Thy good-pleasure.

All the atoms of the earth bear witness, O my Lord, to the greatness of
Thy power and of Thy sovereignty; and all the signs of the universe attest
the glory of Thy majesty and of Thy might. Have mercy, then, O Thou Who
art the sovereign Lord of all, Who art the King of everlasting days, and
Ruler of all nations, upon these Thy servants, who have clung to the cord
of Thy commandments, who have bowed their necks to the revelations of Thy
laws which have been sent down from the heaven of Thy Will.

Behold, O my Lord, how their eyes are lifted up towards the dawning-place
of Thy loving-kindness, how their hearts are set upon the oceans of Thy
favors, how their voices are lowered before the accents of Thy most sweet
Voice, calling, from the most sublime Station, in Thy name the
All-Glorious. Help Thou Thy loved ones, O my Lord, them that have forsaken
their all, that they may obtain the things Thou dost possess, whom trials
and tribulations have encompassed for having renounced the world and set
their affections on Thy realm of glory. Shield them, I entreat Thee, O my
Lord, from the assaults of their evil passions and desires, and aid them
to obtain the things that shall profit them in this present world and in
the next.

I pray Thee, O my Lord, by Thy hidden, Thy treasured Name, that calleth
aloud in the kingdom of creation, and summoneth all peoples to the Tree
beyond which there is no passing, the seat of transcendent glory, to rain
down upon us, and upon Thy servants, the overflowing rain of Thy mercy,
that it may cleanse us from the remembrance of all else but Thee, and draw
us nigh unto the shores of the ocean of Thy grace. Ordain, O Lord, through
Thy most exalted Pen, that which will immortalize our souls in the Realm
of glory, will perpetuate our names in Thy Kingdom, and safeguard our
lives in the treasuries of Thy protection and our bodies in the stronghold
of Thy inviolable fastness. Powerful art Thou over all things, be they of
the past or of the future. No God is there but Thee, the omnipotent
Protector, the Self-Subsisting.

Thou seest, O Lord, our suppliant hands lifted up towards the heaven of
Thy favor and bounty. Grant that they may be filled with the treasures of
Thy munificence and bountiful favor. Forgive us, and our fathers, and our
mothers, and fulfil whatsoever we have desired from the ocean of Thy grace
and Divine generosity. Accept, O Beloved of our hearts, all our works in
Thy path. Thou art, verily, the Most Powerful, the Most Exalted, the
Incomparable, the One, the Forgiving, the Gracious.





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