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The Father and the Son

"Jesus Christ" was composed of Two Divine Beings in one body:

*The Father (Christ/Holy Spirit)

*The Son (Jesus/WORD of God)

Jesus said: "The Father is in me" (John 14:10). He meant that literally. The Father (Holy Ghost) dwelt "in" Jesus. The Father was the Spirit (RUH) of Jesus, and the WORD was His Soul (Nafs) or individuality.

The Father (Spirit/Christ) was "in" the Son (Word/Body). This is why Jesus said:

"I and the Father are one." (John 10:30)
Even The Book of Mormon teaches that "Jesus Christ" was Two Beings in one body! It says:
1 And now Abinadi said unto them: I would that ye should understand that God himself shall come down among the children of men, and shall redeem his people.
2 And because he dwelleth in flesh he shall be called the Son of God, and having subjected the flesh to the will of the Father, being the Father and the Sonó
3 The Father, abecause he was conceived by the power of God; and the Son, because of the flesh; thus becoming the Father and Sonó
4 And they are one God, yea, the very Eternal Father of heaven and of earth. (Mosiah chapter 15)

"Behold, I am Jesus Christ. I am the Father and the Son" (Ether 3:18)

The Book of Mormon identifies "Christ" with "the Father":

Bahá'&u'lláh is the "return" of the "Christ" (Spirit of God) Who dwelt in Jesus Who Jesus called "The Father" when He said "The Father is __in___ me" (John 14:10).

Bahá'u'lláh was the Incarnation of the Holy Spirit, the Father, Who dwelt "in" Jesus 2,000 years ago. This is why He wrote:

"O Jews! If ye be intent on crucifying once again Jesus, the Spirit of God, put Me to death, for He hath once more, in My person, been made manifest unto you. Deal with Me as ye wish, for I have vowed to lay down My life in the path of God. I will fear no one, though the powers of earth and heaven be leagued against Me." (Gleanings from the Writings of Baha'u'llah, p.101)
This is why Bahá'ís believe that Bahá'u'lláh (baw-haw-OhLL-LAWHH!!) is the "return of Christ"; meaning the "return" of the Holy Spirit Who dwelt "in" Jesus 2,000 years ago.

Bahá'u'lláh is a name-title He took in 1850. It means "The Glory of God". The term "Bahá'í" (baw-HIGH) means "Follower of Glory" in Arabic.

The 99 Names/Attributes of ALLAH

These are the 99 Names/Attributes of ALLÁH listed in the Holy Qu'ran. In the Realm of the Essence (hey-hoot), they are Names and Attributes only. In the Realm of Divinity (law-hoot) They are Divine Souls. They are separate Divine Souls that share one DIVINE MIND that is call ALLÁH (Arabic: "ThE One and Only Object of Worship"). In our Realm (naw-soot), the material/physical Realm (dimension), They are the Prophets called "Manifesatations of God".

The 99 Names and Attributes of God mentioned in the Holy Qu'ran are:

1 The All-Compassionate 2 The All-Merciful 3 The Absolute Ruler 4 The Pure One 5 The Source of Peace 6 The Inspirer of Faith 7 The Guardian 8 The Victorious 9 The Compeller 10 The Greatest 11 The Creator 12 The Maker of Order 13 The Shaper of Beauty 14 The Forgiving 15 The Subduer 16 The Giver of All 17 The Sustainer 18 The Opener 19 The Knower of All 20 The Constrictor 21 The Reliever 22 The Abaser 23 The Exalter 24 The Bestower of Honors 25 The Humiliator 26 The Hearer of All 27 The Seer of All 28 The Judge 29 The Just 30 The Subtle One 31 The All-Aware 32 The Forebearing 33 The Magnificent 34 The Forgiver and Hider of 35 The Rewarder of Thankfulness 36 The Highest 37 The Greatest 38 The Preserver 39 The Nourisher 40 The Accounter 41 The Mighty 42 The Generous 43 The Watchful One 44 The Responder to Prayer 45 The All-Comprehending 46 The Perfectly Wise 47 The Loving One 48 The Majestic One 49 The Resurrector 50 The Witness 51 The Truth 52 The Trustee 53 The Possessor of All Strength 54 The Forceful One 55 The Governor 56 The Praised One 57 The Appraiser 58 The Originator 59 The Restorer 60 The Giver of Life 61 The Taker of Life 62 The Ever Living One 63 The Self-Existing One 64 The Finder 65 The Glorious 66 The Only One 67 The One 68 The Satisfier of All Needs 69 The All Powerful 70 The Creator of All Power 71 The Expediter 72 The Delayer 73 The First 74 The Last 75 The Manifest One 76 The Hidden One 77 The Protecting Friend 78 The Supreme One 79 The Doer of Good 80 The Guide to Repentance 81 The Avenger 82 The Forgiver 83 The Clement 84 The Owner of All 85 The Lord of Majesty and Bounty 86 The Equitable One 87 The Gatherer 88 The Rich One 89 The Enricher 90 The Preventer of Harm 91 The Creator of The Harmful 92 The Creator of Good 93 The Light 94 The Guide 95 The Originator 96 The Everlasting One 97 The Inheritor of All 98 The Righteous Teacher 99 The Patient One Bahá'u'lláh was the Incarnation of Al-Quyyoom ("The Self-Subsistent One"). In Hebrew, Al-Quyoom is Yehweh (Jehovah). He is the Holy Spirit, the Begetter of the Son.

In other words...

ALLÁH (Essence of God)
He Who Begets Not Nor Is He Begotten
JEHOVAH (Name/Attribute of God=al-Quyyoom)
He Who Begets
HE Who Is Begotten

The Holy Qu'ran (khoor-rawn), the Holy Book of Islaam, accepted by over 1 billion people on Earth as Holy Scripture, teaches that ALLÁH does not have a consort (wife) nor a Son. This is true. The Essence of God is not a "Person". But, the Names Attributes of ALLAH incarnate as Holy Men Whom we call "The Manifestations of God". The name for Jehovah in Hebrew is Y-H-W-H (four consonants with no vowels) and means "The Self-Existing". This is One of the Names/Attributes of ALLÁH in the Holy Qu'ran. Jehovah is the "Holy Spirit" that begot Jesus. Thus, Jehovah is often called "The Father".

In English Bibles, "Yehweh" ("The Self-Existing") is referred to as "the LORD" (capital letters). Jews do not pronounce the name Y-H-W-H (considering it too sacred to pronounce), but rather refer to Him as "ADON" in the term "ADONAI" ("my/our Lord"). The true pronunciation of Y-H-W-H has been lost. Scholars think YHWH is pronounced "Yehweh" or perhaps even "Yaw-hoo".

Akhenaten and Nefertiti worship ATEN

Some scholars think "ADON" is from the Egyptian "ATEN"; the One God that was worshipped by the Pharoah Akhenaten. He built a temple-complex in El-Amarna, Egypt, along the Nile known as Meru-Aten ("The Garden of Aten"). It was a huge complex with temples, palaces, storage buildings, and a massive "garden" that had a "Tree of Life" in the center.

The name "Adam" is from the Hebrew Aw-Dawm and means "to appear red". The Prophet of Aten was named "Aye (eye) son of Yahu". At the death of Akhenaten and Nefertiti, he later becomes Phaorah and marries the daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti named "Khiyah" (Egyptian: "little animal"); which is close to the Hebrew name for Eve which is "Khivah" (Hebrew: "life"). Ancient paintings of Pharoah Aye still exist, and he is depicted as having red skin.

Bahá'ís do not believe that Adam and Eve were the first human beings on this planet. Bahá'ís believe were Prophets on this planet before Adam. Moses wrote that the LORD (Jehovah) "walked with Adam in the cool of the day" in the Garden of Eden. And Luke, author of the Gospel of Luke, refers to Adam as "the Son of God" (Luke 3:38). Pharoah Aye, the Prophet of Aten, was known as "the Son of Yahu".

The Names/Attributes of God "incarnate" (appear in the flesh) on this planet. Perhaps "The Self-Existing" has been on Earth before!

Krishna, the Holy One of ancient India, declared that He was the "Father" of the Cosmos. And Siddhartha Gotama, otherwise known as "Buddha" ("Enlightened One') called Himself "the Father of all men".

"The Father" (Holy Spirit) became incarnate again in 1817 in Iran (Persia), with the name Mirza Hussein-Ali Nuri ("Prince Beauty Exalted of Light"). He later took the name-title of Bahá'u'lláh ("The Glory of God") and wrote:

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