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The Beginning Of All Things Is The Knowledge
The beginning of all things is the knowledge of God, ...

I Know Not, O My God, Whether I Should Speak
I know not, O my God, whether I should speak forth th...

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...

Introduction
This year, the 149th of the Baha'i era, marks the Cen...

O Thou Whose Nearness Is My Wish, Whose Presence
O Thou Whose nearness is my wish, Whose presence is m...

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Know thou that the passages that We have called "ambiguo...

O Kings Of The Earth! He Who Is The Sovereign
O kings of the earth! He Who is the sovereign Lord of...





Praise Be To Thee, O Lord My God! I Swear By Thy






Praise be to Thee, O Lord my God! I swear by Thy might! Successive
afflictions have withheld the pen of the Most High from laying bare that
which is hidden from the eyes of Thy creatures, and incessant trials have
hindered the tongue of the Divine Ordainer from proclaiming the wonders of
Thy glorification and praise. With a stammering tongue, therefore, I call
upon Thee, O my God, and with this my afflicted pen I occupy myself in
remembrance of Thy name.

Is there any man of insight, O my God, that can behold Thee with Thine own
eye, and where is the thirsty one who can direct his face towards the
living waters of Thy love? I am the one, O my God, who hath blotted out
from his heart the remembrance of all except Thee, and hath graven upon it
the mysteries of Thy love. Thine own might beareth me witness! But for
tribulations, how could the assured be distinguished from the doubters
among Thy servants? They who have been inebriated with the wine of Thy
knowledge, these, verily, hasten to meet every manner of adversity in
their longing to pass into Thy presence. I implore Thee, O Beloved of my
heart and the Object of my soul's adoration, to shield them that love me
from the faintest trace of evil and corrupt desires. Supply them, then,
with the good of this world and of the next.

Thou art, verily, He Whose grace hath guided them aright, He Who hath
declared Himself to be the All-Merciful. No God is there but Thee, the
All-Glorious, the Supreme Helper.





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