The strength of a thing can be measured by testing how much pressure or stress it can bear before breaking. For example, engineers test the components of a bridge – steel or concrete or wood – before constructing the span, and they apply stress greater than the bridge is designed for, to make sure it is safe. If a bridge is designed to support ten tons, applying one ton of pressure to a component proves nothing. However, bridges, like all physical objects, will fail if enough pressure or deformation is applied.
But, the Baha’i Covenant is of a different nature; it is incorruptible and has not been compromised even when the most prominent and influential believers opposed it and tried to undermine it. Two examples will illustrate this principle. Continue reading “The Day That Shall Not Be Followed By Night, Part 2: (Ibrahim Khayru’llah and Mason Remey) by Tim Nolan”
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