Verily I Say, This Is The Day In Which Mankind Can Behold





VERILY I say, this is the Day in which mankind can behold the Face, and

hear the Voice, of the Promised One. The Call of God hath been raised, and

the light of His countenance hath been lifted up upon men. It behoveth

every man to blot out the trace of every idle word from the tablet of his

heart, and to gaze, with an open and unbiased mind, on the signs of His

Revelation, the proofs of His Mission, and the tokens of His glory.



Great indeed is this Day! The allusions made to it in all the sacred

Scriptures as the Day of God attest its greatness. The soul of every

Prophet of God, of every Divine Messenger, hath thirsted for this wondrous

Day. All the divers kindreds of the earth have, likewise, yearned to

attain it. No sooner, however, had the Day Star of His Revelation

manifested itself in the heaven of God's Will, than all, except those whom

the Almighty was pleased to guide, were found dumbfounded and heedless.



O thou that hast remembered Me! The most grievous veil hath shut out the

peoples of the earth from His glory, and hindered them from hearkening to

His call. God grant that the light of unity may envelop the whole earth,

and that the seal, 'the Kingdom is God's', may be stamped upon the brow of

all its peoples.





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