Baha'i Prayers - the 3 Central Figures - 4 Para

REVEALED TO THE BAHA'IS OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA
Whoever sets out on a teaching journey to any place, let him recite this prayer day and night during his travels in foreign lands.
O God, my God! Thou seest me enraptured and attracted toward Thy glorious kingdom, enkindled with the fire of Thy love amongst mankind, a herald of Thy kingdom in these vast and spacious lands, severed from aught else save Thee, relying on Thee, abandoning rest and comfort, remote from my native home, a wanderer in these regions, a stranger fallen upon the ground, humble before Thine exalted Threshold, submissive toward the heaven of Thine omnipotent glory, supplicating Thee in the dead of night and at the break of dawn, entreating and invoking Thee at morn and at eventide to graciously aid me to serve Thy Cause, to spread abroad Thy Teachings and to exalt Thy Word throughout the East and the West (178:1)

O Lord! Strengthen my back, enable me to serve Thee with the utmost endeavor, and leave me not to myself, lonely and helpless in these regions (178:2)

O Lord! Grant me communion with Thee in my loneliness, and be my companion in these foreign lands (179:1)

Verily, Thou art the Confirmer of whomsoever Thou willest in that which Thou desirest, and, verily, Thou art the All- Powerful, the Omnipotent. - 'Abdu'l-Baha (179:2)

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Baha'i Prayers - the 3 Central Figures