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47: O Son Of Man! By My Beauty! To Tinge Thy Hair With Thy Blood
O SON OF MAN! By My beauty! To tinge thy hair with th...
I shall now briefly explain the true meaning of this utt...
The World Is In Travail And Its Agitation
The world is in travail, and its agitation waxeth day...
O Concourse Of Archbishops! He Who Is The Lord Of
O CONCOURSE of archbishops! He Who is the Lord of all...
Faded Now Is All That Erstwhile Flourished In The
Faded now is all that erstwhile flourished in the Par...
O God! The Trials Thou Sendest Are A Salve To The
O God! The trials Thou sendest are a salve to the sor...
'Abdu'l-Baha asked the company if they remembered the...
26: O My Friend In Word! Ponder Awhile Hast Thou Ever Heard That Friend
O MY FRIEND IN WORD! Ponder awhile. Hast thou ever heard that friend and
foe should abide in one heart? Cast out then the stranger, that the Friend
may enter His home.
27: O Son Of Dust! All That Is In Heaven And Earth I Have Ordained
25: O Ye Seeming Fair Yet Inwardly Foul! Ye Are Like Clear But Bitter Water Which To Outward
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