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Sermon 49

Praise be to Allah Who lies inside all hidden things, and towards Whom all open things guide. He cannot be seen by the eye of an onlooker, but the eye which does not see Him cannot deny Him while the mind that proves His existence cannot perceive Him. He is so high in sublimity that nothing can be more sublime than He, while in nearness, He is so near that no one can be nearer than He. But his sublimity does not put Him at a distance from anything of His creation, nor does His nearness bring them on equal level to Him. He has not informed (human) wit about the limits of His qualities. Nevertheless, He has not prevented it from securing essential knowledge of Him. So he is such that all signs of existence stand witness for Him till the denying mind also believes in Him. Allah is sublime beyond what is described by those who liken Him to things or those who deny Him.

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Sermon 82

About Amr bim A’as I am surprised at the son of Nabegha that he says about me among the people of Syria that I am a jester and ...

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Sermon 12

When Allah gave him victory over the enemy at Jamal one of his comrades said on that occasion if such and such brother had been present, then he too would ...

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Sermon 19

Imam was delivering a lecture on the pulpit when Ash`ath ibn Qays  objected and said, "O' Ameerul Mumineen this thing is not in your favour but against ...

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