God_Keep_Me_In_The_Way wrote:Hello everybody when i read" manifestation of God" i understand" manifestation Of the Volontee of God" (God Would Teach by the way of Prophet for US) have i right?
Yes that is correct. Bahais believe that God sends messengers to this earth, and through these messengers we learn.
God_Keep_Me_In_The_Way wrote:Baha'Ullah have Also Pray For God So he Can't Be God. it makes no sense.
That is incorrect. Bahais do *NOT* believe that Bahaullah was God.
Whoever told you that (or the person who made the website where you read this information) is confused about the teachings of the Bahai faith. Always ask for where a quote in the bahai texts which says this. You should always see the information yourself and never rely on anyone else. (That is also one of the main principles of the Bahai faith: Independent investigation. As you know, in the Bahai Faith we do not have priests/rabbi's etc. The reason is because we must read ourselves and not be preached at. In olden days it was necessary to have a priest/mullah etc, because not everyone was literate so not everyone could read from their holy books. But today, almost everyone can read, so there is no need for clergy).
In all religious holy texts there are analogies. Maybe you were referring to this: In a couple of places, it says that Bahaullah can be like a "mirror" that points to a sun:
(So the mirror [Bahaullah] can REFLECT the qualities of the sun [God], but the mirror is not the sun).
So Bahai's do not believe that Bahaullah is God.
I hope this helps your understanding