Hand of the Cause of God

Agnes Baldwin Alexander

She was so fully confident in the outpouring of guidance that would come as a result of earnest prayer, that she never worried about the consequences of following it, never wavered in the face

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Horace Hotchkiss Holley

Horace Hotchkiss Holley Born: April 7, 1887 Death: July 12, 1960 Place of Birth: Torrington, Connecticut Location of Death: Haifa, Israel Burial Location: Baha’i Cemetery, Haifa, Israel His family was well-to-do and his forebears included congregationalist ministers and noted

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Adelbert Mühlschlegel

As a medical doctor, Adelbert Mühlschlegel opened his first practice in Stuttgart soon after graduating from university, and he worked until 1959 when he retired and served the Faith fulltime. In 1924, he was

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Jalal Khazeh

In December 1953, when Mr. Khazeh returned from one of his two-month teaching trips he was awakened at four o'clock in the morning by three Baha'i friends who wanted to congratulate him. Greatly astonished,

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Dorothy Beecher Baker

She often said something to this effect: Nothing worth knowing is attained without labor, tremendous effort, and undivided attention. She always felt sure that she was to go forth to service and that her

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Keith Ransom-Kehler

Ransom-Kehler addressed seven long, incisive letters to the shah and tolerated many sessions with officials whose insincerity was all too evident to her. She knew that the shah was probably never apprised of the

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Dr. Ugo Giachery

Dr. Ugo Giachery headed the completion of the Shrine of the Bab in Haifa that was started by 'Abdu'l-Bahá; working closely with architect, William Sutherland Maxwell,. This project was directed by the head

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Siyyid Mustafa Rumi

In May 1878, his travel teaching took Siyyid Mustafa Rumi to Myanmar (Burma). There he would, not yet knowing the local language, together with Jamal Effendi and Haji Siyyid Mihdi, lay the foundation for

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Musa Banani

In Persia his elder brother came into contact with the Bahá’ís and accepted the Faith, but Músá Banání had no interest in his brother’s spiritual concerns. In 1911 he was living as a merchant

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