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145 Turn Your Faces Toward Him Whom God Hath Purposed Who Hath Branched From This Ancient Root #121






Baha'u'llah here alludes to 'Abdu'l-Baha as His Successor and calls upon
the believers to turn towards Him. In the Book of the Covenant, His Will
and Testament, Baha'u'llah discloses the intention of this verse. He
states: The object of this sacred verse is none other except the Most
Mighty Branch. The Most Mighty Branch is one of the titles conferred by
Baha'u'llah on 'Abdu'l-Baha. (See also notes 66 and 184.)





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