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The Breath Hath Been Wafted, And The Breeze Hath
THE Breath hath been wafted, and the Breeze hath blow...

Behold How The Divers Peoples And Kindreds
Behold, how the divers peoples and kindreds of the ea...

Create In Me A Pure Heart, O My God, And Renew
Create in me a pure heart, O my God, and renew a tran...

97
As We have digressed from Our theme, let Us leave aside ...

Thou Art He, O My God, Through Whose Names
Thou art He, O my God, through Whose names the sick a...

148 The First Hath Been Adorned With This Name Which Overshadoweth The Whole Of Creation #127
In the Persian Bayan, the Bab bestowed the name Baha ...

All Glory Be To This Day The Day In Which The
All glory be to this Day, the Day in which the fragra...





140 The Most Great Festival Is Indeed The King Of Festivals #112






A reference to the Ridvan Festival (see notes 107 and 138).




141. God had formerly laid upon each one of the believers the duty of
offering before Our throne priceless gifts from among his possessions. Now
... We have absolved them of this obligation. 114


This passage abrogates a provision of the Bayan which decreed that all
objects unparalleled of their kind should, upon the appearance of Him Whom
God will make manifest, be rendered unto Him. The Bab explained that,
since the Manifestation of God is beyond compare, whatever is peerless in
its kind should rightfully be reserved for Him, unless He decrees
otherwise.





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