Tablets of Bahá’u’lláh Revealed after the Kitab-i-Aqdas eBook

Bahá'u'lláh
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Justice is, in this day, bewailing its plight, and Equity groaneth beneath the yoke of oppression.  The thick clouds of tyranny have darkened the face of the earth, and enveloped its peoples.  Through the movement of Our Pen of glory We have, at the bidding of the omnipotent Ordainer, breathed a new life into every human frame, and instilled into every word a fresh potency.  All created things proclaim the evidences of this world-wide regeneration.  This is the most great, the most joyful tidings imparted by the Pen of this Wronged One to mankind.  Wherefore fear ye, O My well-beloved ones?  Who is it that can dismay you?  A touch of moisture sufficeth to dissolve the hardened clay out of which this perverse generation is moulded.  The mere act of your gathering together is enough to scatter the forces of these vain and worthless people.

Strife and conflict befit the beasts of the wild.  It was through the grace of God and with the aid of seemly words and praiseworthy deeds that the unsheathed swords of the Babi community were returned to their scabbards.  Indeed through the power of good words, the righteous have always succeeded in winning command over the meads of the hearts of men.  Say, O ye loved ones!  Do not forsake prudence.  Incline your hearts to the counsels given by the Most Exalted Pen and beware lest your hands or tongues cause harm unto anyone among mankind.

Referring to the land of Ta (Tihran) We have revealed in the Kitab-i-Aqdas that which will admonish mankind.  They that perpetrate tyranny in the world have usurped the rights of the peoples and kindreds of the earth and are sedulously pursuing their selfish inclinations.  The tyrant(23) of the land of Ya (Yazd), committed that which hath caused the Concourse on High to shed tears of blood.

O thou who hast quaffed from the wine of Mine utterance and hast fixed thy gaze upon the horizon of My Revelation!  How strange that the people of Persia, who were unrivalled in sciences and arts, should have sunk to the lowest level of degradation among the kindreds of the earth.  O people!  In this blessed, this glorious Day, deprive not yourselves of the liberal effusions of bounty which the Lord of abounding grace hath vouchsafed unto you.  In this Day showers of wisdom and utterance are pouring down from the clouds of divine mercy.  Well is it with them who judge His Cause with fairness, and woe betide the unjust.

Every man of insight will, in this day, readily admit that the counsels which the Pen of this Wronged One hath revealed constitute the supreme animating power for the advancement of the world and the exaltation of its peoples.  Arise, O people, and, by the power of God’s might, resolve to gain the victory over your own selves, that haply the whole earth may be freed and sanctified from its servitude to the gods of its idle fancies—­gods that have inflicted such loss upon, and are responsible for the misery of their wretched worshippers.  These idols form the obstacle that impedeth man in his efforts to advance in the path of perfection.  We cherish the hope that the Hand of divine power may lend its assistance to mankind and deliver it from its state of grievous abasement.

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