Monday, November 09, 2009

On the News from Canto do Rouxinol: The Nightingale of Paradise warbles its melody

Nightingale singing - Bylbyli këndon
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Sam , bless his heart, sends on news of this video, posted below. -gw
This is a video from a Bahá'í cluster in Brasil. All the Brazilian clusters have a name and this one, Canto do Rouxinol (Nightingale's Song), has created this "news" broadcasting service, to encourage and thank the people who assisted them during the last cycle. In one of the sketches they mention the 27 declarations, 3 study circles, 2 pre-youth groups, various devotional meetings, children's classes and home visits that were the results of their intensive teaching campaign.
“Soon will the cry, ‘Yea, yea, here am I, here am I’ be heard from every land. For there hath never been, nor can there ever be, any other refuge to fly to for anyone.” “And when the appointed hour is come, there shall suddenly appear that which shall cause the limbs of mankind to quake. Then, and only then, will the Divine Standard be unfurled, and the Nightingale of Paradise warble its melody.”

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