Every Unbiased Observer Will Readily Admit





Every unbiased observer will readily admit that, ever since the dawn of

His Revelation, this wronged One hath invited all mankind to turn their

faces towards the Day Spring of Glory, and hath forbidden corruption,

hatred, oppression, and wickedness. And yet, behold what the hand of the

oppressor hath wrought! No pen dare describe his tyranny. Though the

purpose of Him Who is the Eternal Truth hath been to confer everlasting

life upon all men, and ensure their security and peace, yet witness how

they have arisen to shed the blood of His loved ones, and have pronounced

on Him the sentence of death.



The instigators of this oppression are those very persons who, though so

foolish, are reputed the wisest of the wise. Such is their blindness that,

with unfeigned severity, they have cast into this fortified and afflictive

Prison Him, for the servants of Whose Threshold the world hath been

created. The Almighty, however, in spite of them and those that have

repudiated the truth of this "Great Announcement," hath transformed this

Prison House into the Most Exalted Paradise, the Heaven of Heavens.



We did not refuse such material benefits as could relieve Us from Our

afflictions. Every one of Our companions, however, will bear Us witness

that Our holy court is sanctified from, and far above, such material

benefits. We have nevertheless accepted, while confined in this Prison,

those things of which the infidels have striven to deprive Us. If a man be

found willing to rear, in Our name, an edifice of pure gold or silver, or

a house begemmed with stones of inestimable value, such a wish will no

doubt be granted. He, verily, doeth what He willeth, and ordaineth that

which He pleaseth. Leave hath, moreover, been given to whosoever may

desire to raise, throughout the length and breadth of this land, noble and

imposing structures, and dedicate the rich and sacred territories

adjoining the Jordan and its vicinity to the worship and service of the

one true God, magnified be His glory, that the prophecies recorded by the

Pen of the Most High in the sacred Scriptures may be fulfilled, and that

which God, the Lord of all worlds, hath purposed in this most exalted,

this most holy, this mighty, and wondrous Revelation may be made manifest.



We have, of old, uttered these words: Spread thy skirt, O Jerusalem!

Ponder this in your hearts, O people of Baha, and render thanks unto your

Lord, the Expounder, the Most Manifest.



Were the mysteries, that are known to none except God, to be unraveled,

the whole of mankind would witness the evidences of perfect and consummate

justice. With a certitude that none can question, all men would cleave to

His commandments, and would scrupulously observe them. We, verily, have

decreed in Our Book a goodly and bountiful reward to whosoever will turn

away from wickedness and lead a chaste and godly life. He, in truth, is

the Great Giver, the All-Bountiful.





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