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The universe together with all its truths shouts out the Divine Unity- Part 6

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In Short: The universe together with all its truths shouts out:

I believe in God, and in His angels, and messengers, and in the Last Day, and in Divine Determining, that both the good of it and the evil of it are from God Almighty, and that resurrection after death is the truth; I testify that there is no god but God, and I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of God, may God grant blessings to him and to his Family and Companions, and grant them peace. Amen.

A Supplication about Divine Unity and its Introduction

In his Qasidat al-Jaljalutiya in the place he mentions it, Imam ‘Ali (May God be pleased with him and honour him) gives the Risale-i Nur the names of Siracü’n-Nur and Siracü’s-Sürc in wondrous fashion. Since he gives it these two additional names and the name Siracü’n-Nur is repeatedly mentioned in the present treatise, we have taken one of his most important supplications, and expanding it two degrees, offer it in his elevated tongue and in our tongues on his account to the Court of the Single One of Unity.

Supplication

O God! There is in the heavens no circulation, no star, and no motion of the planets…

In the atmosphere no cloud, no lightning, and no glorification of the thunder…

On the earth no profusion of animate beings and no wondrous artefact…

In the seas not a droplet of water nor a fish nor any strange creature…

On the mountains no stone or plant, and within them no mineral…
On the trees, no leaf or blossom, nor any decorated fruit…

In the bodies of living things no activity, nor any well-ordered member or system…

In man’s heart no thought, no inspiration, and no illumined belief…

But it testifies to the necessity of Your existence and is evidence for Your unity, and in Your dominions is utterly subjugated. Through the power by which You subjugate the heavens and earth, subjugate to me my soul and subjugate to me my wish, and subjugate to the Risale-i Nur and to service of the Qur’an and belief the hearts of Your servants and the hearts of the spirit beings, both elevated and lowly; O All-Hearing! O Near One! O Answerer of Prayer! Amen. And all praise be to God, the Sustainer of All the Worlds.

Glory be unto You! We have no knowledge save that which You have taught us; indeed, You are All-Knowing, All-Wise.21

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