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These Are, O My God, The Days Whereon Thou Didst
These are, O my God, the days whereon Thou didst enjo...

41 When We Heard The Clamour Of The Children As Yet Unborn We Doubled
their share and decreased those of the rest. 20 In t...

O God, My God! I Have Set Out From My Home,
O God, my God! I have set out from my home, holding f...

110
For were they to reach the ultimate object of their quest...

Tajalliyat (effulgences)
This is the Epistle of God, the Help in Peril, the Se...

67
In this connection We will relate unto thee that which w...

Happy Is The Man Who Will Arise To Serve
Happy is the man who will arise to serve My Cause, an...





37: O My Servant! Abandon Not For That Which Perisheth An Everlasting






In the first line of the Tablet it is recorded and written, and within the
sanctuary of the tabernacle of God is hidden: O MY SERVANT! Abandon not
for that which perisheth an everlasting dominion, and cast not away
celestial sovereignty for a worldly desire. This is the river of
everlasting life that hath flowed from the well-spring of the pen of the
merciful; well is it with them that drink!





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