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


What Of The Peace Congress?
It resembles many drunkards gathered together to prot...

I shall now briefly explain the true meaning of this utt...

53: O Son Of Being! If Poverty Overtake Thee Be Not Sad; For In
O SON OF BEING! If poverty overtake thee, be not sad;...

91 This Is My Bidding Unto You; Hold Fast To It As An Assistance To Yourselves #63
While marriage is enjoined in the Kitab-i-Aqdas, Baha...

8: O Son Of Spirit! There Is No Peace For Thee Save By Renouncing
O SON OF SPIRIT! There is no peace for thee save by r...

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

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...

7 When Ye Desire To Perform This Prayer

turn ye towards the Court of My
Most Holy Presence, this Hallowed Spot that God hath ... decreed to be the
Point of Adoration for the denizens of the Cities of Eternity 6

The Point of Adoration, that is, the point to which the worshipper
should turn when offering obligatory prayer, is called the Qiblih. The
concept of Qiblih has existed in previous religions. Jerusalem in the past
had been fixed for this purpose. Muhammad changed the Qiblih to Mecca. The
Bab's instructions in the Arabic Bayan were:

The Qiblih is indeed He Whom God will make manifest; whenever He
moveth, it moveth, until He shall come to rest.

This passage is quoted by Baha'u'llah in the Kitab-i-Aqdas ( 137) and
confirmed by Him in the above-noted verse. He has also indicated that
facing in the direction of the Qiblih is a fixed requirement for the
recitation of obligatory prayer (Q and A 14 and 67). However, for other
prayers and devotions the individual may face in any direction.

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