Understand Biblical Evidence - Michael Sours
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Both Christ and Baha'u'llah suffered for the same reason, "the remission of sins" (saq 125). The amount or type of ordeal is not the most significant factor. Rather, it is the reason for the suffering and the station or quality of the one who suffered that matters. This is the essential difference between the Prophets' suffering and the suffering experienced by other people. Both Chris and Baha'u'llah suffered, even though they were innocent, to transform the lives of people who are guilty of many sins. Their suffering can be equated because both the suffering of Baha'u'llah and of Christ cause the qualities of divinity to be revealed to us. (132:2)

It is true that Christ is perfect for all time. "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever" (heb 13:8). Turning to Baha'u'llah is not a turning away from Christ, but an acknowledgment of the fulfillment of Christ's promise and prophecies. There is never a turning away from Christ. If Christ has returned, it is recognizing that return which keeps one turned toward Christ. `This response is what the Baha'i Faith is about'. (132:4)

It is true that Christ is perfect for all time. "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever" (heb 13:8). Turning to Baha'u'llah is not a turning away from Christ, but an acknowledgment of the fulfillment of Christ's promise and prophecies. There is never a turning away from Christ. If Christ has returned, it is recognizing that return which keeps one turned toward Christ. `This response is what the Baha'i Faith is about'. (132:5)

It is true that Christ is perfect for all time. "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever" (heb 13:8). Turning to Baha'u'llah is not a turning away from Christ, but an acknowledgment of the fulfillment of Christ's promise and prophecies. There is never a turning away from Christ. If Christ has returned, it is recognizing that return which keeps one turned toward Christ. `This response is what the Baha'i Faith is about'. (132:5)

It is true that Christ is perfect for all time. "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever" (heb 13:8). Turning to Baha'u'llah is not a turning away from Christ, but an acknowledgment of the fulfillment of Christ's promise and prophecies. There is never a turning away from Christ. If Christ has returned, it is recognizing that return which keeps one turned toward Christ. `This response is what the Baha'i Faith is about'. (132:5) End of Book

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