2010 Orlando SED Conf. Walter Heath Tablet of Ahmad
Tablet of Ahmad
Tablet of Ahmad Par 1 edited
Ahmad recieves the Tablet
Tablet of Ahmad 5 (made with Spreaker)
The Tablet of Ahmad is a tablet written by Bahá'u'lláh, the founder of the Bahá'í Faith, while he was in Adrianople. While the exact date is not known, the Tablet is believed to have been written in 1865 to a Bahá'í from Yazd, Iran, named Ahmad. Bahá'ís often recite it as a prayer to dispel afflictions and inspire perseverance in the face of hardships. In a letter written on his behalf, Shoghi Effendi stated that it has been 'invested by Bahá'u'lláh with a special potency and significance'.
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