1. Romane

    Extolling God's glory and majesty

    It seemed natural to place this under Prayers, as this, the time when we are praying, is the greater likelihood of one extolling to the utmost God's glory and majesty. However, it could just as justifiably be listed under Mysticism. Why should we extoll to the utmost God's glory and majesty...
  2. H

    Undertones of Glory: A perpetual movement of light

    Beloved friends, please see the video below on the Master's visit to the west and the spiritual destiny that awaits us all, in light of the recent March letters from the Universal House of Justice.
  3. tonyfish58

    The Glory of Iran

    Our dear friend brought up a good point in another thread. "Finally something Good to say about Iran" :thumbsup: I would think all here know the Glory that will be The Iran of the Future. Like Planting a Rose Bush. For a time all you see is the Thorny Bush, but it will just be a little time...
  4. D

    "Glory" in the Writings

    Dear friends, . May we investigate the exalted term "Glory", so frequently used in the Baha'i Writings here. Any examples to explore the depths of this Holy word would we welcome and contribute to the thread. . As a few beginning examples, let us refer to the opening of the Hidden...
  5. Momtazi

    Is 'Baha' Aramaic for 'Glory'?

    Mark 8:38 states ".....the Son of man also be ashamed when he comes in the glory of his Father with the holy angels." Is there any validity in the statement that the Aramaic word for 'Glory' is 'Baha'?....if so how can one establish this?
  6. J

    A Glimpse Of Glory

    This believer, to whom Baha'u'llah gave the title of Dhabih, or Sacrifice, was no less a person than the erudite calligrapher Siyyid Isma'il-i-Zavari'i, the nobleman who converted Nabil, the writer of The Dawn-Breakers. This was the version related by Ahmad: Let us go to the words of Nabil and...
  7. BlinkeyBill

    Stories of the Master (Servant of Glory)

    Extract from a talk by Hand of the Cause of God A.Q. Faizi in 1969 in Australia: 'Abdu'l-Baha traveled in Europe after He had been released from prison, and he traveled in America too, to propagate the Faith of His Father. One of the greatest and cruellest enemies, one of the princes of Persia...
  8. arthra

    The Glory of Abdul-Baha...

    "That night I saw, as never before, the Glory of 'Abdu'l-Bahá. Nine of us were gathered at His table. He sat at the head, Mr Mills on His left, I on His right. Just above Him hung a big round lamp, so that He sat in a pool of strong light while the rest of us were in shadow. In His...
  9. Clex19

    Pen of Glory

    Does "Pen of Glory" refer to Bahá'u'lláh? If it does, is it safe to assume that when Bahá'u'lláh says "My Pen", God is directly speaking? Also, is it safe to assume that God is speaking to Bahá'u'lláh when He says "O Pen"?
  10. P

    The Splendour, Glory, and Gifts of God

    Tonight, I was mowing the yard. A monotonous task perscribed to me, yet one that I cheerfully accept. While doing this, my thoughts wandered to God and my new "official" religion. I went around the yard once, and was beginning to ponder the saying "allah-u-abha." Suddenly, I came to this large...
  11. arthra

    The Glory of the Lord in Sikh Writings

    His Place is sacred, and His Glory is sacred; sacred are those who listen and speak of Him. (Shri Guru Granth Sahib, Section 30 - Raag Saarang) He has made His Glory manifest, and all people celebrate Him. (Shri Guru Granth Sahib, Section 5 - Siree Raag) Across the continents, and...