God is Everywhere. There is no room in God for Satan. True?

Asked By: PureGoodSoul 26-30, M  2 hours ago

Posted by Me Nov 9th, 2013 at 9:14PM

Very intelligent question.
There is no place for satan in God as well as in all the worlds of God.
God is not only everywhere, but He is always with us. Christ also says truly that He is always with us. Baha’u’llah and other Prophets of God affirm the same truth. Hence, we must be illumined and happy; but why most of us suffer as we are harrassed by satan?!
If we enter the divine education of God, then we have His answers. Our problem is that we ask questions about God, without learning His explanations.
The presence of God is not the presence of physical bodies like our parents. His presence is invisibly spiritual. His presence is like love. When our heart is full of His love, then there will be no place in our heart for hatred.
God does not create darkness, but darkness is only is an empty word we use to state about the absence of light. We can send light to other planets, but nobody can send darkness because it is non-existent.
When God says something, He always makes clear explanations to human beings. And He gives us rational sense for this learning.


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Abdul-Baha says:

 The divine grace, whether physical or spiritual, is unlimited, yet certain selfish souls desire to circumscribe to their own ideas the outpouring of this heavenly grace. Oh, the ignorant ones! They have declared that the age of this world, for example, is ten thousand years. By this is meant that the descent of the heavenly bestowals has extended only over that period, while in realty it is omnipresent. We cannot state reasonably that this world is ten thousand or one hundred thousand or one hundred million year old, for the divine rays have ever descended upon man.

The world of creation has had no beginning and will have no end, because it is the arena upon which the attributes and qualities of the spirit are manifested. Can we limit God and His power? In the same manner we cannot limit His creations and attributes. Just as the reality of divinity is limitless, likewise His grace and bounties are limitless.

(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 169)


 Who can send darkness

To planets as sending light?

Darkness exists not


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