Khalifa Nargis

The Great Power is the Love of God
Between the Desert and the Sown
Khalifa Nargis


There is a deep occult significance in the proverb "A place for everything and everything in its place". There is also a place for every being, as well as for every thing, and the whole training of life is to enable man to find his right place, and to make him fit to fill it. When he has accomplished this he is harmonious and peaceful; which is otherwise quite impossible. This is the sign to man that he has found his own place. Of course until man realizes that he has a place in the Universe or Great Body of God, he does not try to find it; but wanders aimlessly on, seeking peace in this place or in that and finding none; feeling equally lonely among crowds or in desert places; for nothing however dear can satisfy the craving of the soul for his own place in the Father's House and the companionship of his own kin. It is as though some atoms in the body belonging to the hand were trying to find a place in the ears or the eyes. The great magnetic power, which sooner or later draws all things to their appointed place, from chemical affinities in the laboratory of the chemist, to the souls of men and of angels, is the Love of God. The whole Universe is held together by this Power, the trees in the forest, the sand in the desert, the seas in their appointed places and the stars in the Heavens, there is nothing that cannot feel this drawing Power; man, having freewill, sometimes tries to resist for a time, but in the end "neither death, nor life, nor angels nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other creature shall be able to separate us from the Love of God. "




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