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15: O Son Of Utterance! Turn Thy Face Unto Mine And Renounce All Save
O SON OF UTTERANCE! Turn thy face unto Mine and renou...

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Whosoever entereth this city will comprehend every scien...

O My Well-beloved! Thou Hast Breathed Thy
O My Well-Beloved! Thou hast breathed Thy Breath into...

Introduction
This year, the 149th of the Baha'i era, marks the Cen...

Glorified Art Thou, O Lord My God! Every Man
Glorified art Thou, O Lord my God! Every man of insig...

Spreading The Teaching
When asked by an American friend: Which is the best w...

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O thou who hast set foot in the wilderness of knowledge ...





113 The Spirit Of God #80






This is one of the titles used in the Islamic and Baha'i Writings to

designate Jesus Christ.





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