Why does god keep himself invisible and silent

Asked By: 8pops 6 hours ago

It would be much easier for everyone if he was visible then there wouldnt be any non believers and if he was more vocal, with words of encouragement and praise and then he could guide us not in to temptation etc

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Answer by pukirahe Apr 19th, 2012 at 4:55PM
Year of Dragon, Day 89

God does not keep Himself invisible and silent,
but we ourselves have become deaf and blind.
Please reflect on this newest answer of the Bab,
the King of God’s Messengers:

”Know thou that in the Bayan purification is regarded as the most acceptable means for attaining nearness unto God and as the most meritorious of all deeds. Thus purge thou thine ear that thou mayest hear no mention besides God, and purge thine eye that it behold naught except God, and thy conscience that it perceive naught other than God, and thy tongue that it proclaim nothing but God, and thy hand to write naught but the words of God, and thy knowledge that it comprehend naught except God, and thy heart that it entertain no wish save God, and in like manner purge all thine acts and thy pursuits that thou mayest be nurtured in the paradise of pure love, and perchance mayest attain the presence of Him Whom God shall make manifest, adorned with a purity which He highly cherisheth, and be sanctified from whosoever hath turned away from Him and doth not support Him. Thus shalt thou manifest a purity that shall profit thee.”
(The Bab, Selections from the Writings of the Bab, p. 98)

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Reply by 8pops Apr 19th, 2012 at 5:20PM

but its not everyone that can practice this due to todays lifestyles but thanks for sharing this Pukirahe

Reply by pukirahe Apr 19th, 2012 at 5:22PM

God bestows free will on human beings, so that each individual can make responsible and meritorious choice. If all suddendly became pure, we would appear as a herd of cows!


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