Stories about 'Abdu'l-Bahá

Attributes of a “believer in Bahá’u’lláh”

Mahmud's Diary
November 26, 1912
New York, NY

In the afternoon at a meeting of the friends, the Master turned towards Mrs. Krug and said:

A believer in Bahá’u’lláh is he who is firm in the Covenant. He who is firm in the divine Covenant is a believer, a servant of the believers, a seeker of Bahá’í harmony and unity and a promoter of fellowship and amity among the friends of God. Is it possible that one can accept a book and refuse to accept him who teaches it? Is it possible to accept the sun and to reject its rays? He who rejects the rays is a rejector of the sun, too.