Shoghi Effendi writes in God Passes by that the Blessed Beauty visited Haifa a total of four times [1]. The first visit took place when the Blessed Beauty arrived to ‘Akká by way of Haifa and the last was in 1891.

This compilation is also available to download as a pdf (Bahaullahs visits to Haifa).

 

First Visit (31st of August 1868)

 

“The first visit was of short duration, when He disembarked in 1868 from the Lloyd-Triestino steamer [2].

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The Universal House of Justice just released a letter addressed “To all who celebrate the Glory of God” which can be read below or download as pdf.

 

October 2017

To all who celebrate the Glory of God

Dearly loved Friends,

This salutary truth we maintain: that the peoples of the earth have always been remembered by their God. In every era of history, that unknowable Reality has opened the gates of grace to the world by sending an Emissary charged with providing the moral and spiritual stimulus that human beings need to cooperate and advance. Read the rest of this entry »

When Ali Kuli Khan served the Cause in the United States, it happened that he frequently met with representatives of Iran in that country. In some of those situations, he had to take instant decisions of diplomatic character. In such situations, although he did his Read the rest of this entry »

‘Abdu’l-Baha recounted the following stories of early believers who exemplified being in constant a state of devotional attitude.

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Bahá’u’lláh says:

“That one indeed is a man who, today, dedicateth himself to the service of the entire human race. In all circumstances one should seize upon every means which will promote security and tranquillity among the peoples of the world… Great is the station of man. Great must also be his endeavours for the rehabilitation of the world and the well-being of nations.” Tablet of Maqsúd

It was the summer of 1905 when Mr Sydney Sprague arrived in India. He travelled from town to town and bore every kind of hardship in order to reach the seekers with the call of “Yá Bahá’ul-Abhá”.

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