He who is evident because of the open proofs that prove His existence.
The evident one in the sight of His servants those believe in Him.
“Behold! in the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the alternation of Night and Day, THERE ARE INDEED SIGNS FOR MEN OF UNDERSTAND-
ING. Men who celebrate the praises of Allah, stand- ing, sitting, and lying down on their sides, and CON- TEMPLATE THE (WONDERS OF) CREATION IN THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH, (WITH THE THOUGHT): “OUR LORD! NOT FOR NAUGHT HAST THOU CREATED (ALL) THIS! GLORY TO
THEE! Give us salvation from the Penalty of the Fire.”
(3:190-191) The Holy Quran
From the root z-h-r with the classical Arabic connotations: to be visible, manifest, obvious, clear, distinct to open, to come out, to cause to appear after being concealed to be conspicuous, distinct to ascend, mount, have higher status to have the upper hand, subdue, overcome to endorse, help, aid, support others, render superior.