The Pen Of The Ancient King Hath Never





The Pen of the Ancient King hath never ceased to remember the loved ones

of God. At one time, rivers of mercy have streamed from His Pen, at

another, through its movement, God's perspicuous Book hath been revealed.

He is the One to Whom none can compare, Whose utterance mortal man can

never rival. He it is Who from everlasting hath been established upon the

seat of ascendancy and might, He from Whose lips have gone out counsels

that can satisfy the needs of the whole of mankind, and admonitions that

can profit them.



The One true God beareth Me witness, and His creatures will testify, that

not for a moment did I allow Myself to be hidden from the eyes of men, nor

did I consent to shield My person from their injury. Before the face of

all men I have arisen, and bidden them fulfil My pleasure. My object is

none other than the betterment of the world and the tranquillity of its

peoples. The well-being of mankind, its peace and security, are

unattainable unless and until its unity is firmly established. This unity

can never be achieved so long as the counsels which the Pen of the Most

High hath revealed are suffered to pass unheeded.



Through the power of the words He hath uttered the whole of the human race

can be illumined with the light of unity, and the remembrance of His Name

is able to set on fire the hearts of all men, and burn away the veils that

intervene between them and His glory. One righteous act is endowed with a

potency that can so elevate the dust as to cause it to pass beyond the

heaven of heavens. It can tear every bond asunder, and hath the power to

restore the force that hath spent itself and vanished....



Be pure, O people of God, be pure; be righteous, be righteous.... Say: O

people of God! That which can ensure the victory of Him Who is the Eternal

Truth, His hosts and helpers on earth, have been set down in the sacred

Books and Scriptures, and are as clear and manifest as the sun. These

hosts are such righteous deeds, such conduct and character, as are

acceptable in His sight. Whoso ariseth, in this Day, to aid Our Cause, and

summoneth to his assistance the hosts of a praiseworthy character and

upright conduct, the influence flowing from such an action will, most

certainly, be diffused throughout the whole world.





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