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God "manifests" his will to humanity through the series of messengers whom Bahá'ís call "Manifestations of God". This purpose is to provide perfect guidance for both all encompassing spiritual growth and the unification of all societies. Bahá'ís believe that all of these religions are each one part of a divine plan. The Faith first appeared in Persia (which is now Iran), where Is... ... middle of paper ... ...inted his first born son, 'Abdu'l-Bahá (servant of Baha) to continue the works of God, and to ensure the new message of faith amongst the believers continues and to prosper. Many of the people who met with Bahá'u'lláh, all had fascinating stories and memories of him.
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