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O SON OF SPIRIT! My claim on thee is great, it cannot...

All Praise To The Unity Of God And All
All praise to the unity of God, and all honor to Him,...

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Wert thou to behold all things with the eye of discernme...

The Great Being, Wishing To Reveal The Prerequisites Of
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Lauded Be Thy Name, O Lord My God! Thou Dost
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39 To The Brothers Five Parts To The Sisters Four Parts #20
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O Concourse Of Divines! When My Verses Were Sent






O CONCOURSE of divines! When My verses were sent down, and My clear tokens
were revealed, We found you behind the veils. This, verily, is a strange
thing.... We have rent the veils asunder. Beware lest ye shut out the
people by yet another veil. Pluck asunder the chains of vain imaginings,
in the name of the Lord of all men, and be not of the deceitful. Should ye
turn unto God, and embrace His Cause, spread not disorder within it, and
measure not the Book of God with your selfish desires. This, verily, is
the counsel of God aforetime and hereafter.... Had ye believed in God,
when He revealed Himself, the people would not have turned aside from Him,
nor would the things ye witness today have befallen Us. Fear God, and be
not of the heedless.... This is the Cause that hath caused all your
superstitions and idols to tremble.... O concourse of divines! Beware lest
ye be the cause of strife in the land, even as ye were the cause of the
repudiation of the Faith in its early days. Gather the people around this
Word that hath made the pebbles to cry out: 'The Kingdom is God's, the
Dawning-Place of all signs!'... Tear the veils asunder in such wise that
the inmates of the Kingdom will hear them being rent. This is the command
of God, in days gone by, and for those to come. Blessed the man that
observeth that whereunto he was bidden, and woe betide the negligent.





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