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Synopsis And Codification Of The Laws And Ordinances Of The Kitab-i-aqdas


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49 The Lord Hath Ordained That In Every City A House Of Justice Be Established #30
The institution of the House of Justice consists of e...

126 Various Petitions Have Come Before Our Throne From The Believers
concerning laws from God... We have, in consequence, reve...

Glory Be To Thee, O My God! I Beg Of Thee By Thy
Glory be to Thee, O my God! I beg of Thee by Thy name...

Thou Beholdest, O My God, The Day-star Of Thy
Thou beholdest, O my God, the Day-Star of Thy Word sh...

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Alas, alas, for that which befell Him Who was the Manife...

12: O Son Of Being! With The Hands Of Power I Made Thee And With
O SON OF BEING! With the hands of power I made thee a...

Lauded Be Thy Name, O Lord My God! Thou Seest
Lauded be Thy name, O Lord my God! Thou seest how I h...





184 Refer Ye Whatsoever Ye Understand Not In The Book To Him Who Hath Branched From This Mighty Stock #174






Baha'u'llah invests 'Abdu'l-Baha with the right of interpreting His holy
Writ (see also note 145).





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