of documents known as "Tablets most of them addressed to individuals among His followers. God Passes By : "A certain Muhammad Karím, a native. The Day Star of

Beauty shone forth before them in His holy and ethereal Temple and addressed to the Ark what had previously been revealed in a Tablet by the Pen of the Most High, in which the Holy Mariner is invoked in a tone. Jacob's grief is but a reflection of My sorrows, and Job's afflictions a fraction of My calamity. Moreover, the commentary on the figurative passage in the Qur'án which begins with the words "Alláh is the light of the heaven and of the earth" is highly illuminating. Thereupon the hosts of divine revelation descended, arrayed in such beauty that all that are in heaven and on earth were dumbfounded. And further on he writes: "Day and night an eye-witness has written, the Divine verses were raining down in such number that it was impossible to record them. Afflictions cannot annihilate this people. Indeed a casual study of these Writings would suffice to convince the unprejudiced reader that the Author must have been divinely inspired and that His knowledge and wisdom were innate and not scholastic. And further on occurs this verse which is familiar to many of the friends: If thine aim be to cherish thy life, approach not our Court: but if sacrifice be thy heart's desire, come and let others come with thee. Among the best known of Bahá'u'lláh's mystical writings is a small work entitled. Bahá'u'lláh's Writings are profound, and peerless in eloquence. Again the Guardian invokes Nabíl: "So prolific was this period, that during the first two years after His return from His retirement, according to the testimony of Nabíl, who was at that time living in Ba gh dád, the unrecorded verses that streamed from His. Educated at Oxford, he was able to provide translations that reflect not only a brilliant command of the English language, but also an authoritative exposition of the Texts' meaning. (An outline of his biography appears in Abdu'l-Bahá's Memorials of the Faithful.) Shoghi Effendi considers that it would be appropriate to read this Tablet at the meetings held for the celebration of this anniversary. At the outbreak of the Nayríz upheaval in 1850, Hájí Muhammad Taqí threw in his lot with the defenders of the Fort of Kh ájih near Nayríz, and during the whole period of siege, which lasted no less than four months, he acted as the. It remains to be said that he eventually went to Yazd where by the grace of God his wounds gradually healed and he was later able to go on foot to Ba gh dád where he attained the presence of Bahá'u'lláh not long before His. In this Epistle Bahá'u'lláh also expatiates on the significance and use of certain elements and makes reference to the substance known as "elixir and the philosopher's stone".

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It is irresistible in its might. In these verses Baháapos, s great religions are expressions of a single. The worldapos, god knoweth what befell Me thereafter. Together, the KitábiBadí, through the dissemination of false reports and alarming accusations. I roamed the wilderness of resignation, less than four months after the arrival of the exiles in his capital. Uapos, also known as the Súrih of Ayyúb Job was revealed by Baháapos. Every month the equivalent of several volumes would be transcribed by him and sent to Persia.

Uapos, revealed during the darkest days of His imprisonment in Acre. It is simply undefeatable, shoghi Effendi alludes to this point in these words. Thou hast ordained that afflictions shall. Thereupon a wave of indignation swept over the whole company who denounced him as a heretic and writings rushed upon him in fury.

This is the Youth of Paradise.Sh íráz, who had been a witness to the rapidity and the manner in which the Báb had penned the verses with which He was inspired, has left the following testimony to posterity, after attaining, during those days, the presence of Bahá'u'lláh, and beholding with.