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Warn O Salman The Beloved Of The One






Warn, O Salman, the beloved of the one true God, not to view with too
critical an eye the sayings and writings of men. Let them rather approach
such sayings and writings in a spirit of open-mindedness and loving
sympathy. Those men, however, who, in this Day, have been led to assail,
in their inflammatory writings, the tenets of the Cause of God, are to be
treated differently. It is incumbent upon all men, each according to his
ability, to refute the arguments of those that have attacked the Faith of
God. Thus hath it been decreed by Him Who is the All-Powerful, the
Almighty. He that wisheth to promote the Cause of the one true God, let
him promote it through his pen and tongue, rather than have recourse to
sword or violence. We have, on a previous occasion, revealed this
injunction, and We now confirm it, if ye be of them that comprehend. By
the righteousness of Him Who, in this Day, crieth within the inmost heart
of all created things: "God, there is none other God besides Me!" If any
man were to arise to defend, in his writings, the Cause of God against its
assailants, such a man, however inconsiderable his share, shall be so
honored in the world to come that the Concourse on high would envy his
glory. No pen can depict the loftiness of his station, neither can any
tongue describe its splendor. For whosoever standeth firm and steadfast in
this holy, this glorious, and exalted Revelation, such power shall be
given him as to enable him to face and withstand all that is in heaven and
on earth. Of this God is Himself a witness.

O ye beloved of God! Repose not yourselves on your couches, nay bestir
yourselves as soon as ye recognize your Lord, the Creator, and hear of the
things which have befallen Him, and hasten to His assistance. Unloose your
tongues, and proclaim unceasingly His Cause. This shall be better for you
than all the treasures of the past and of the future, if ye be of them
that comprehend this truth.





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