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


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Alas, alas, for that which befell Him Who was the Manife...

Praised Be Thou, O Lord My God! I Implore Thee,
Praised be Thou, O Lord my God! I implore Thee, by Th...

Praised Be Thou, O My God, That Thou Hast Ordained
Praised be Thou, O my God, that Thou hast ordained Na...

51: O Son Of My Handmaid! Be Not Troubled In Poverty Nor Confident In
O SON OF MY HANDMAID! Be not troubled in poverty nor ...

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O My brother! If thou be a champion of this arena, speed...

32: O Befriended Stranger! The Candle Of Thine Heart Is Lighted By The Hand
O BEFRIENDED STRANGER! The candle of thine heart is l...

Lawh-i-dunya (tablet Of The World)
In My Name, calling aloud in the Kingdom of Utterance...





75 He Who Is The Dawning-place Of God's Cause Hath No Partner In The Most Great Infallibility #47






In the Tablet of Ishraqat, Baha'u'llah affirms that the Most Great
Infallibility is confined to the Manifestations of God.

Chapter 45 in Some Answered Questions is devoted to an explanation by
'Abdu'l-Baha of this verse of the Aqdas. In this chapter He stresses,
among other things, the inseparability of essential infallibility from
the Manifestations of God, and asserts that whatever emanates from Them
is identical with the truth, and conformable to reality, that They are
not under the shadow of the former laws, and Whatever They say is the
word of God, and whatever They perform is an upright action.





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