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  • noun Plural form of dayspring.


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  • They, verily, are the manifestations of the power of God and the daysprings of His authority.

    Compilation on Peace

  • Ye are the manifestations of steadfastness amidst men and the daysprings of Divine

    A Compilaton on Scholarship

  • We pray God — exalted be His glory — and cherish the hope that He may graciously assist the manifestations of affluence and power and the daysprings of sovereignty and glory, the kings of the earth — may God aid them through His strengthening grace — to establish the Lesser Peace.

    Compilation on Peace

  • Divine mercy are closed, that from the daysprings of eternal holiness no sun shall rise again, that the ocean of everlasting bounty is forever stilled, and that out of the Tabernacle of ancient glory the Messengers of

    The World Order of Bahá’u’lláh

  • They verily are the manifestations of the power of God and the sources of His authority, and the repositories of His knowledge, and the daysprings of His commandments.

    The Promised Day Is Come

  • Ye are the dawning-places of the Love and daysprings of the Favor of God.

    Bahá’u’lláh and the New Era

  • The names of the Hebrew prophets became household words among the nations, who believed that the children of Israel were, verily, the chosen people of God, a holy nation under the especial blessing and protection of God, and that, therefore, the prophets who had arisen in Israel were the daysprings of revelation and brilliant stars in the heaven of the will of God.

    The Promulgation of Universal Peace

  • Be ye daysprings of generosity, dawning-points of the mysteries of existence, sites where inspiration alighteth, rising-places of splendours, souls that are sustained by the

    Selections from the Writings of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá

  • Manifestations of celestial grace are they, and daysprings of the light of divine assistance.

    Selections from the Writings of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá

  • These daysprings or dawning points differ widely, but the sun is ever the same sun — whether it be the phenomenal or spiritual luminary.

    The Promulgation of Universal Peace


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