The Role of the Manifestations of God and 
Their Promises of the Coming of Peace to the World

Lesson 1: 

  God’s Manifestations are like perfect 

   Mirrors reflecting God’s attributes


"O thou Whose face is the object of my adoration, Whose beauty is my sanctuary, Whose habitation is my goal, Whose praise is my hope, Whose providence is my companion, Whose love is the cause of my being, Whose mention is my solace, Whose nearness is my desire, Whose presence is my dearest wish and highest aspiration, I entreat Thee not to withhold from me the things Thou didst ordain for the chosen ones among Thy servants.  Supply me, the good of this world and the next.

Thou truly, art the King of all men. There is not God but Thee, the Ever-Forgiving, the Most Generous."

The opening devotions will set the tone for the time you will spend together with your students and will serve as spiritual preparation for learning.  By the third grade, the children may be eager to organise this portion of the class themselves, so after the first session of the year, you could ask a few students to plan the opening devotions for each of the subsequent class periods.

We suggest one particular prayer that the children might learn by heart in this set.


"These Prophets and chosen Ones of God are the recipients and revealers of all the unchangeable attributes and names of God.  They are the mirrors that truly and faithfully reflect the light of God."

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