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

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Arise thou to serve the Cause and say:  I swear by the righteousness of God!  Verily this is the Primal Point, arrayed in His new attire and manifested in His glorious Name.  He at present beholdeth everything from this Horizon.  Indeed He is supreme over all things.  Amongst the Concourse on High He is known as the Most Great Announcement and in the Realms of Eternity as the Ancient Beauty, and before the Throne by this Name(61) which hath caused the footsteps of them that are endued with understanding to slip.

Say, I swear by God!  In this Revelation even before a single verse was sent down from the realm of holiness and sublimity, the supreme testimony of God had been fulfilled for all the inmates of heaven and the dwellers on earth; moreover, We have revealed the equivalent of whatsoever was sent down in the Dispensation of the Bayan.  Fear ye God and suffer not your deeds to be rendered vain and be not of them that are sunk in heedlessness.  Open your eyes that ye may behold the Ancient Beauty from this shining and luminous station.

Say, God is my witness!  The Promised One Himself hath come down from heaven, seated upon the crimson cloud with the hosts of revelation on His right, and the angels of inspiration on His left, and the Decree hath been fulfilled at the behest of God, the Omnipotent, the Almighty.  Thereupon the footsteps of everyone have slipped except such as God hath protected through His tender mercy and numbered with those who have recognized Him through His Own Self and detached themselves from all that pertaineth to the world.

Hearken thou unto the Words of thy Lord and purify thy heart from every illusion so that the effulgent light of the remembrance of thy Lord may shed its radiance upon it, and it may attain the station of certitude.

Know thou moreover that thy letter reached Our presence and We perceived and perused its contents.  We noted the questions thou hast asked and will readily answer thee.  It behoveth everyone in this Day to ask God that which he desireth, and thy Lord will heed his petition with wondrous and undeniable verses.

Thou hast asked regarding the subject of the return.  Know thou that the end is like unto the beginning.  Even as thou dost consider the beginning, similarly shouldst thou consider the end, and be of them that truly perceive.  Nay, rather consider the beginning as the end itself, and so conversely, that thou mayest acquire a clear perception.  Know thou moreover that every created thing is continually brought forth and returned at the bidding of thy Lord, the God of power and might.

As to the Return, as God hath purposed in His sacred and exalted Tablets wherein He hath made this theme known unto His servants; by this is meant the return of all created things in the Day of Resurrection, and this is indeed the essence of the Return as thou hast witnessed in God’s own days and thou art of them that testify to this truth.

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