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44: O Companion Of My Throne! Hear No Evil And See No Evil Abase Not Thyself
O COMPANION OF MY THRONE! Hear no evil, and see no ev...

Magnified Be Thy Name, O Thou In Whose Grasp
Magnified be Thy name, O Thou in Whose grasp are the ...

Should Any Man In This Day Arise And
Should any man, in this Day, arise and, with absolute...

O Concourse Of Divines! Ye Shall Not Henceforth Behold
O CONCOURSE of divines! Ye shall not henceforth behol...

Lend An Ear Unto The Song Of David He Saith: 'who Will
LEND an ear unto the song of David. He saith: 'Who wi...

90 He Who Would Take Into His Service A Maid May Do So With Propriety #63
Baha'u'llah states that a man may employ a maiden for...

18: O Ye Dwellers In The Highest Paradise!
O YE DWELLERS IN THE HIGHEST PARADISE! Proclaim unto ...





72: O My Servant! Thou Art Even As A Finely Tempered Sword Concealed






O MY SERVANT! Thou art even as a finely tempered sword concealed in the
darkness of its sheath and its value hidden from the artificer's
knowledge. Wherefore come forth from the sheath of self and desire that
thy worth may be made resplendent and manifest unto all the world.





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