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Bahá'u'lláh Just Man? (7:0)

There are some definite criteria given for Christ's Return in John chapters 14-16. Following is but one example of those fulfilled by Bahá'u'lláh. (for more examples: if using Return/[Grid] see "While on Earth" -or- if using Return/[List] see "Events.. 'While on Earth'") (7:1)

From John: "He who speaks on his own authority seeks his own glory; but he who seeks the glory of Him who sent Him is true." (joh 7:16-18) (7:2) see

Bahá'u'lláh gave up a life of great wealth in the noble class of Persia, and for forty years led a sinless, self-sacrificing life of torture banishment, imprisonment, poisonings, and witnessed the abject poverty of His family to bring His Teachings to mankind. (7:3)

1. Bahá'u'lláh's written will is an example of the results of His life-long sacrifices: "Earthly treasures We have not bequeathed, nor have We added such cares as they entail." (tbh 219). (7:4)

2."We, verily, have come for your sakes, and have borne the misfortunes of the world for your salvation." (tbh 10) (7:5)

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