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Blessed Is The Man That Hath Acknowledged






Blessed is the man that hath acknowledged his belief in God and in His
signs, and recognized that "He shall not be asked of His doings." Such a
recognition hath been made by God the ornament of every belief, and its
very foundation. Upon it must depend the acceptance of every goodly deed.
Fasten your eyes upon it, that haply the whisperings of the rebellious may
not cause you to slip.

Were He to decree as lawful the thing which from time immemorial had been
forbidden, and forbid that which had, at all times, been regarded as
lawful, to none is given the right to question His authority. Whoso will
hesitate, though it be for less than a moment, should be regarded as a
transgressor.

Whoso hath not recognized this sublime and fundamental verity, and hath
failed to attain this most exalted station, the winds of doubt will
agitate him, and the sayings of the infidels will distract his soul. He
that hath acknowledged this principle will be endowed with the most
perfect constancy. All honor to this all-glorious station, the remembrance
of which adorneth every exalted Tablet. Such is the teaching which God
bestoweth on you, a teaching that will deliver you from all manner of
doubt and perplexity, and enable you to attain unto salvation in both this
world and in the next. He, verily, is the Ever-Forgiving, the Most
Bountiful.





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