Nothing Remains But The King

Peace, one and all…

‘The Master said: ‘It is good if you are helpless all the time and at every moment, and see yourself as helpless in the state of capacity just as in the state of incapacity.  For above your capacity, there is a greater Capacity, and you are vanquished to God’s will in every state.  You are not divided into two halves, now capable and now helpless.  Pay regard to His Capacity, and know yourself to be helpless always, without hand and foot, poor and utterly incapable.  What indeed is the plight of feeble man, seeing that lions and tigers and crocodiles, all are helpless and tremble before Him?  The heavens and the earths likewise are helpless and subject to His decree.

He is a mighty Emperor.  His Light is not as the light of the moon and the sun, in the presence of which a thing abides in its place.  When His Light shines forth unveiled, neither heaven remains nor earth, nor sun nor moon; nothing remains but the King’
(Mevlana, Fihi ma Fihi 3)


3 thoughts on “Nothing Remains But The King

  1. Friends, God has blessed us with talents, so we are capable of many beautiful achievements when we submit our will wholeheartedly to His will and are
    empowered by Him.

    “Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice.” Philippians 4: 4
    As the Lord is the king we can say Rejoice in the King always: and again I say, Rejoice!

    “Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice.” Philippians 4: 4

    Jesus said: “I am the vine, you are the branches: He that abides in me, and I in him, the same brings forth much fruit: for without me you can do nothing.”
    John 15:5

    When we abide in Jesus, the word of God, and He abides in us we can bring forth much spiritual fruit like patience and kindness but without Him blessing us we remain
    impatient and unkind!

    May Almighty God continue to richly bless you, Abdur, and all your family in 2012.

  2. The Holy Bible teaches that God is good and love and that He is a King and a Shepherd.

    In the Holy Bible Jesus’s name is exalted as the King of love! Truly He is our comfort and joy. He is a compassionate, loving Shepherd who seeks us even when we stray perverse and foolish often. He seeks us to restore and ransom our soul.

    Good Shepherd and righteous majestical King, may we sing thy praise in Thy holy presence forever. May God bless you all!

  3. Wonderful Teacher, holy God, our heart’s prayer is for the gift of true submission to your teachings. Bless you, holy God, for kindling a spiritual fervor in our hearts, so that we can praise you in 2012 more fervently than ever before!

    “Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion; shout, O daughter of Jerusalem: behold, your king coming unto you; he is just, and having salvation; lowly, and
    riding upon a donkey, even upon a colt, the foal of a donkey” (Zecheriah 9:9).

    Friends, five centuries before Jesus’ birth Zechariah declares that Israel’s “king” is “coming” and when Jesus of Nazareth rode into Jerusalem on a donkey the scripture Zecheriah 9:9 was fulfilled.

    What made Jesus of Nazareth different was that He never sought to subjugate by means of military force. Truly He was a unique king who never committed any sin!

    And truly Jesus is the “Prince of Peace” (Isaiah 9:6), and came on a mission of peace!

    “…Behold, your King is coming to you, Meek, and riding upon a donkey, And upon a colt, the foal of a donkey” (Zecheriah 9:9).

    And his true disciples praise God saying: “Hosanna], Son of David: Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, even the King of Israel; Blessed be his kingdom. Peace in heaven and glory in the highest”
    (Mt. 21:9).

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