In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.
Behold! In the creation of the heavens and the earth; in the alternation of night and the day; in the sailing of the ships through the oceans for the profit of mankind; in the rain which God sends down from the skies, and the life He gives therewith to an earth that is dead; in the beasts of all kinds that He scatters through the earth; in the disposal of the winds and the clouds subjugated between the sky and the earth, indeed are signs for people who think.1
[This treatise, A Supplication, which forms the Third Ray, is a sort of commentary on the above verse.]
God’s Most Noble Messenger (Peace and blessings be upon him), the supreme Qur’anic commentator and interpreter, expounded one level —about Divine unity— of the numerous luminous levels of this sublime verse in one of the ninety-nine sections of his peerless supplication, Jawshan al-Kabir. Alluding in the supplication through a thousand and one Divine Names to a thousand and one proofs of Divine unity, he described his Sustainer. One of those sections is this:
O You Who is the First of all things, and the Last;
O God of all things, and their Maker;
O Provider of all things, and their Creator;
O Maker of all things, and their Owner;
O Giver of want to all things, and Giver of plenty;
O Originator of all things, and their Renewer;
O Causer of all things, Who determines them with due measure;
O Nurturer of all things, and their Administrator;
O You Who ‘rolls up’ all things, and causes their constant change;
O Giver of life to all things, and Dealer of death.
Glory be unto You! There is no god but You! Mercy! Mercy! Deliver us from Hell-fire!
This sample shows that the Noble Messenger’s (Peace and blessings be upon him) knowledge of God, and his proofs of Divine unity were at such a level that no one is equal to him, and that in this field he is the supreme