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Tablet of Patience, or Tablet of Job
Title of item
| Tablet of Patience, or Tablet of Job|
Editor, translator, etc.
| Khazeh Fananapazir, trans|
|Date of this edition|| 1997-04-21|
Title of original
| Súrih-i-Sabr, or Lawh-i-Ayyúb|
Date of first ed.
|Posted|| 2002 by Jonah Winters|
|Proofread|| 2013-12-24 by Darryl ?|
|Classified in|| Provisional translations|
|Abstract|| A notable, and lengthy, tablet from 1863. |
|Notes|| In 1863, on the first day of His arrival at the garden of Ridvan, Bahá'u'lláh revealed a singularly important Tablet known as Suriy-i Sabr (Surih of Patience), or Lawh-i Ayyub (the Tablet of Job), thus named in memory of one of the survivors of the first Nayriz martyrdoms, Haji Muhammad Taqiy-i Nayrizi, surnamed Ayyub. [- Ahang Rabbani]|
See also an updated version of this translation annotated by Dalton Garis. See also a version with paragraph numbers added, prepared by K. Webb for her "Exploration of the Intent of the Surih-i-Sabr", at bahaullah_surih_sabr_numbered.pdf.
|Tags|| Bahaullah, Writings of; Job (Bible); Lawh-i-Ayyub (Tablet of Job); Surih-i-Sabr (Tablet of Patience)|
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