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


63: O Son Of Man! The Light Hath Shone On Thee From The Horizon Of
O SON OF MAN! The light hath shone on thee from the h...

67 Revert To The People Of Baha #42
Baha'u'llah provides for the possibility that the lin...

188 The Letters B And E Were Joined And Knit Together #177
Shoghi Effendi, in letters written on his behalf, has...

Praise Be To Thee, O Lord My God! I Swear By Thy
Praise be to Thee, O Lord my God! I swear by Thy migh...

28 We Have Ordained That These Shall Be The Manifestations Of The Letter Ha #16
Known as the Ayyam-i-Ha (the Days of Ha), the Interca...

50: O Quintessence Of Passion! Put Away All Covetousness And Seekcontentment;
O QUINTESSENCE OF PASSION! Put away all covetousness ...

The First And Foremost Duty Prescribed
The first and foremost duty prescribed unto men, next...

71 On The Third Offence

place ye a mark upon his brow so that, thus
identified, he may not be accepted in the cities of God and His countries

The mark to be placed on the thief's forehead serves the purpose of
warning people of his proclivities. All details concerning the nature of
the mark, how the mark is to be applied, how long it must be worn, on what
conditions it may be removed, as well as the seriousness of various
degrees of theft have been left by Baha'u'llah for the Universal House of
Justice to determine when the law is applied.

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