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Thou Dost Witness, O My God, How He Who Is
Thou dost witness, O my God, how He Who is Thy splend...

Read Ye The Evangel And Yet Refuse To Acknowledge The
READ ye the Evangel and yet refuse to acknowledge the...

39
And when this stage of the journey is completed and the ...

54 The Lord Hath Ordained That Those Of You Who Are Able Shall Make Pilgrimage To The Sacred House #32
Two sacred Houses are covered by this ordinance, the ...

21 When Travelling If Ye Should Stop And Rest In Some Safe Spot Perform Ye
men and women alike a single prostration in place of e...

37
In this journey the seeker becometh witness to a myriad ...

41
In this station the truth of the unity of God and of the...





78 Nine Mithqals Of Gold To Be Doubled If They Should Repeat The Offence #49






A mithqal is a unit of weight. The weight of the traditional mithqal
used in the Middle East is equivalent to 24 nakhuds. However, the
mithqal used by the Baha'is consists of 19 nakhuds, in accordance
with the specification of the Bayan (Q and A 23). The weight of nine of
these mithqals equals 32.775 grammes or 1.05374 troy ounces.

In relation to the application of the fine, Baha'u'llah clearly specifies
that each succeeding fine is double the preceding one (Q and A 23); thus
the fine imposed increases in geometrical progression. The imposition of
this fine is intended for a future condition of society, at which time the
law will be supplemented and applied by the Universal House of Justice.





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