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25 February ― 19 Mulk

“. . . it is the purity of heart, detachment,

uprightness, devotion, and love of the teacher that

attracts the Divine confirmations and enables him, 600 more words

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24 February - 18 Mulk

MORNING:

The land of Syria hath been honoured by the footsteps of its Lord, the Lord of all men, and North and South are both inebriated with the wine of His presence. 90 more words

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25 January ― 7 Sultán

MORNING:

The fourth Taráz concerneth trustworthiness. Verily it is the door of security for all that dwell on earth and a token of glory on the part of the All-Merciful. 585 more words

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18 January ― 19 Sharaf

MORNING:

Sanctified be the Lord of all mankind, at the mention of Whose name all the atoms of the earth have been made to vibrate, and the Tongue of Grandeur hath been moved to disclose that which had been wrapt in His knowledge and lay concealed within the treasury of His might. 781 more words

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17 January - 18 Sharaf

FROM THE CENTRE OF THE COVENANT ‘ABDU’L-BAHÁ

All the organisms of material creation are limited to an image or form. That is to say, each created material being is possessed of a form; it cannot possess two forms at the same time. 1,322 more words

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9 January ― 10 Sharaf

Of the two other kinds of healing which are spiritual — that is to say, where the means of cure is a spiritual power — one results from the entire concentration of the mind of a strong person upon a sick person, when the latter expects with all his concentrated faith that a cure will be effected from the spiritual power of the strong person, to such an extent that there will be a cordial connection between the strong person and the invalid. 713 more words

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7 January ― 8 Sharaf

MORNING:

It behoveth the people of Bahá to render the Lord victorious through the power of their utterance and to admonish the people by their goodly deeds and character, inasmuch as deeds exert greater influence than words. 447 more words

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