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St John's Westminster: Introduction
On September 17th, 'Abdu'l-Baha at the request of the...

163 A Fine Had Formerly Been Prescribed For Anyone Who Was The Cause Of Sadness To Another #148
Baha'u'llah abrogates the law of the Persian Bayan co...

Lauded Be Thy Name, O Lord My God! Thou Seest
Lauded be Thy name, O Lord my God! Thou seest how I h...

120 O Spot That Art Situate On The Shores Of The Two Seas! #89
This is a reference to Constantinople, now called Ist...

The Breath Hath Been Wafted, And The Breeze Hath
THE Breath hath been wafted, and the Breeze hath blow...

Call Thou To Remembrance O Land Of Ta
Call thou to remembrance, O Land of Ta (Tihran), the ...

O Concourse Of Patriarchs! He Whom Ye Were Promised
O CONCOURSE of patriarchs! He Whom ye were promised i...

82: O My Servant! The Best Of Men Are They That Earn A Livelihood

O MY SERVANT! The best of men are they that earn a livelihood by their
calling and spend upon themselves and upon their kindred for the love of
God, the Lord of all worlds. The mystic and wondrous Bride, hidden ere
this beneath the veiling of utterance, hath now, by the grace of God and
His divine favor, been made manifest even as the resplendent light shed by
the beauty of the Beloved. I bear witness, O friends! that the favor is
complete, the argument fulfilled, the proof manifest and the evidence
established. Let it now be seen what your endeavors in the path of
detachment will reveal. In this wise hath the divine favor been fully
vouchsafed unto you and unto them that are in heaven and on earth. All
praise to God, the Lord of all Worlds.

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