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Sermon 177

Dhi`lib al-Yamani asked Imam whether he had seen Allah, he replied, "Do I worship one whom I have not seen?" Then he enquired, "How have you seen Him?" Then Imam replied:

Eyes do not see Him face to face, but hearts perceive Him through the realities of belief. He is near to things but not (physically) contiguous. He is far from them but not (physically) separate. He is a speaker, but not with reflection. He intends, but not with preparation. He moulds, but not with limbs. He is subtle but cannot be attributed with being concealed. He is great but cannot be attributed with haughtiness. He sees but cannot be attributed with the (sight) sense . He is Merciful but cannot be attributed with weakness of heart. Faces feel low before His greatness and hearts tremble out of fear of Him.

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Sermon 109

So now, certainly I frighten you from this world for it is sweet and green, surrounded by lusts, and liked for its immediate enjoyments. It excites wonder with small things, ...

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Sermon 156

Allah deputed the Prophet at a time when there had been no prophets for some time. People had been in slumber for a long time and the twist of the ...

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Sermon 79

O' people! Abstinence is to shorten desires, to thank for bounties and to keep off prohibitions. If this is possible then (at least) the prohibitions should not overpower your patience. ...

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