A WEALTHY merchant of Fenchurch Street, lamenting to a confidential friend that his daughter had eloped with one of his footmen, concluded, by saying, Yet I wish to forgive the girl, and receive her husband, as it is now too late to part them. ... Read more of Changing His Coat at Free Jokes.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Faith
How can one increase in faith? You must strive. A ...

Let Thine Ear Be Attentive O Nabil-i-'azam
Let thine ear be attentive, O Nabil-i-'Azam, to the V...

Lauded Be Thy Name, O Thou In Whose Hands Is
Lauded be Thy name, O Thou in Whose hands is the king...

All Praise Be To Thee, O Lord, My God! How Mysterious
All praise be to Thee, O Lord, my God! How mysterious...

4: O Son Of Man! I Loved Thy Creation Hence I Created Theewherefore
O SON OF MAN! I loved thy creation, hence I created t...

Thou Dost Witness, O My God, How He Who Is
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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 ...





187 O People Of The Bayan! #176






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