A Course on Teaching - D Bradford
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Teaching Quotes: (2:1)

O Son of Dust!The wise are they that speak not unless they obtain a hearing. [hwd 34:3] (2:2) see

O Ye Dwellers in the Highest Paradise!
Proclaim unto the children of assurance that within the realms of holiness, nigh unto the celestial paradise, a new garden hath appeared.. [hwd 27:2] (2:3) see

Teach thou the Cause of God with an utterance which will cause the bushes to be enkindled [tbh 143:3] (2:5) see

The sanctified souls should ponder and meditate in their hearts regarding the methods of teaching. [tbh 200:1] (2:6) see

O My Name! Utterance must needs possess penetrating power. [tbh 198:5] (2:7) see

Arise.. Should he discover a pure soil, let him sow the seed of the Word of God, otherwise it would be preferable to observe silence. [tbh 242:1] (2:9) see

No man of wisdom can demonstrate his knowledge save by means of words.. The Great Being saith: Human utterance is an essence which aspireth to exert its influence and needeth moderation.. Every word is endowed with a spirit, therefore the speaker or expounder should carefully deliver his words at the appropriate time and place.. The Word of God is the king of words and its pervasive influence is incalculable.. [tbh 172:2-173:1] (2:10) see

Acquaint the people with the holy verses of thy Lord and make known unto them His straight Path [tbh 52:2] (2:11) see

..Take thou thy portion of the ocean of His grace, and deprive not thyself of the things that lie hidden in its depths. Be thou of them that have partaken of its treasures. [gwb 279:2] (2:12) see

..Whoso openeth his lips in this Day and maketh mention of the name of his Lord, the hosts of Divine inspiration shall descend upon him.. [gwb 280:2] (2:13) see

Whoso ariseth among you to teach the Cause of his Lord, let him, before all else, teach his own self, [gwb 277:1] (2:14) see

..God hath prescribed unto every one the duty of proclaiming His Message, and regardeth it as the most meritorious of all deeds. [gwb 278:2] (2:15) see

..Piety and detachment are even as two most great luminaries of the heaven of teaching. [tbh 253:1] (2:16) see

..render the Lord victorious through the power of their utterance and to admonish the people.. deeds exert greater influence than words. [tbh 57:3] (2:17) see

The meaning of teaching the Faith in the next world is spreading the sweet savours of holiness; that action is the same as teaching. [mof 12] (2:18)

A teacher must proceed in this way: he must first teach himself, and then others. If he himself still walks the paths of carnal appetites and lusts, how can he guide another to the "evident signs" of God? [mof 10] (2:19)

..until a soul ariseth with qualities which are essential for the bearer of these tidings, his words will take no effect.. The human spirit possesseth wondrous powers, but it should be reinforced by the Holy Spirit. [sab 160:1-160:2] (2:20) see

Teach your children the verses revealed from the heaven of majesty and power [kiq 150] (2:21) see

And this is how to teach: with an eloquent tongue, a ready pen, a goodly character, pleasing words, and righteous ways and deeds. [mof 127] (2:22)

Work! Work with all your strength, spread the Cause of the Kingdom among men; teach the self-sufficient to turn humbly towards God, the sinful to sin no more, and await with glad expectation the coming of the Kingdom. [pt 101:5] (2:23) see

Until man acquires perfections himself, he will not be able to teach perfections to others. [sab 26:4] (2:24) see

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