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Nuevos anillos y joyería Bahá’í

Nuestra nueva colección de anillos y pendientes Baha’is ya esta en venta en nuestra pagina web!

Tenemos 5 diseños de anillos apliables mas otros nuevos e innovativos diseños. Aquí les dejamos algunas fotos y no se olviden de ir  a la página web para ver todos los productos que ofrecemos.

Si tienes alguna pregunta, no dudes en contactarnos 🙂


New Baha’i pendants available at 95 Gems

Check out our new range of Bahá’í pendants at great prices on our website.


Our newest Baha’i ring and Bahá’í pendant now with new photos!

We have now uploaded new photos of our “Rose” Baha’i ring and our “Pearl and gems” Bahá’í pendant. Check the out below and see full item descriptions on our website.


More feedback! We are thrilled to have happy customers :)

Thank you all for your support!

  The ring arrived today. It looks great! Thank you very much.– Randy  28 june

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I love, love, love this ring. After 41 yrs as a Baha’i finally a ring I would be proud to wear! – Cheryl.  


Some comments from some of our happy customers! Baha’i Jewellery on 95 Gems

We thought we’d share some feedback from some of our customers from different parts of the world. Here are some of them:

“Thank you for sending the ring so promptly.  It is very beautiful and the quality is much, much higher than I had expected for the price.  I had only had it on a few minutes when a member of my community came over for a meeting and noticed it saying, “Oh my, that is the most beautiful Baha’i ring I have ever seen!  I want one!”” Cheryl, USA.

“I’ve been looking for a ring for a LONG time, and I knew this was the perfect one when I saw it.  You have a fantastic website!!!”  Customer, USA

Chords Baha’i ring


Our “Teaching Tool” Bahá’í ring is out! Shop for it at 95 Gems.

For Naw Ruz (new year) in 2012, we are launching our “teaching tool” ring. It is a large 20mm wide band with the Baha’i ring symbol engraved. You can purchase it on our website.

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‘Abdu’l-Bahá wrote: “As to the fundamentals of teaching the Faith: know thou that delivering the Message can be accomplished only through goodly deeds and spiritual attributes, an utterance that is crystal clear and the happiness reflected from the face of that one who is expounding the Teachings.”


This Christmas let’s think about His Holiness Jesus Christ.

He really was the essence of love and mercy. Jesus Christ was a Messenger of God that Bahá’ís believe in and recognize His station. Bahá’u’lláh as well as ‘Abdu’l-Bahá have spoke and wrote extensively about Jesus and His station and exalted personage. Here are just a few quotes from the Bahá’í Writings I would like to share.

When the Messianic star of Jesus Christ dawned, he declared he had come to gather together the lost tribes or scattered sheep of Moses. He not only shepherded the flock of Israel, but brought together people of Chaldea, Egypt, Syria, ancient Assyria and Phoenicia. These people were in a state of utmost hostility, thirsting for the blood of each other with the ferocity of animals; but His Holiness Jesus Christ brought them together, cemented and united them in his cause and established such a bond of love among them that enmity and warfare were abandoned. It is evident therefore that the divine teachings are intended to create a bond of unity in the human world and establish the foundations of love and fellowship among mankind. Divine religion is not a cause for discord and disagreement. If religion becomes the source of antagonism and strife, the absence of religion is to be preferred. Religion is meant to be the quickening life of the body politic; if it be the cause of death to humanity, its nonexistence would be a blessing and benefit to man. Therefore in this day the divine teachings must be sought, for they are the remedies for the present conditions of the world of humanity.      –  ‘Abdu’l-Bahá

This quote is from a talk given by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá: “You must be thankful to God that you are poor, for Jesus Christ has said, “Blessed are the poor.” He never said, “Blessed are the rich.” He said, too, that the Kingdom is for the poor and that it is easier for a camel to enter a needle’s eye than for a rich man to enter God’s Kingdom. Therefore, you must be thankful to God that although in this world you are indigent, yet the treasures of God are within your reach; and although in the material realm you are poor, yet in the Kingdom of God you are precious. Jesus Himself was poor. He did not belong to the rich. He passed His time in the desert, traveling among the poor, and lived upon the herbs of the field. He had no place to lay His head, no home. He was exposed in the open to heat, cold and frost—to inclement weather of all kinds—yet He chose this rather than riches. If riches were considered a glory, the Prophet Moses would have chosen them; Jesus would have been a rich man. When Jesus Christ appeared, it was the poor who first accepted Him, not the rich. Therefore, you are the disciples of Jesus Christ; you are His comrades, for He outwardly was poor, not rich.”

In another talk, He said:

You must follow the example and footprints of Jesus Christ. Read the Gospels. Jesus Christ was mercy itself, was love itself. He even prayed in behalf of His executioners—for those who crucified Him—saying, “Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.” If they knew what they were doing, they would not have done it. Consider how kind Jesus Christ was, that even upon the cross He prayed for His oppressors. We must follow His example. We must emulate the Prophets of God. We must follow Jesus Christ. We must free ourselves from all these imitations which are the source of darkness in the world.

‘Abdu’l-Bahá further explains that “His Holiness Jesus Christ was an educator of humanity. His teachings were altruistic; his bestowal universal. He taught mankind by the power of the Holy Spirit and not through human agency, for the human power is limited whereas the divine power is illimitable and infinite. The influence and accomplishment of Christ will attest this. Galen, the Greek physician and philosopher, who lived in the second century A.D., wrote a treatise upon the civilization of nations. He was not a Christian but he has borne testimony that religious beliefs exercise an extraordinary effect upon the problems of civilization. In substance he says, “There are certain people among us, followers of Jesus the Nazarene who was killed in Jerusalem. These people are truly imbued with moral principles which are the envy of philosophers. They believe in God and fear Him. They have hopes in His favors, therefore they shun all unworthy deeds and actions and incline to praiseworthy ethics and morals. Day and night they strive that their deeds may be commendable and that they may contribute to the welfare of humanity; therefore each one of them is virtually a philosopher, for these people have attained unto that which is the essence and purport of philosophy. These people have praiseworthy morals even though they may be illiterate.””

Let us think of Him and focus on the spiritual essence of Christmas during these holidays. The more you read bout Him and all of God’s Messengers, the more your love for Them will grow. Guaranteed.

All Manifestations of God -like the name suggest, come from God. They are one in essence and the same in spirit. We tried to make that evident in our Manifestations ring and our 9 Messengers of God necklace.