By Dr. Leland Jensen


By R.J. Konczyk and J. Daniel

It is with great excitement that we present to you this wonderful book. It is a non-fiction work written nearly two decades ago, representing the culmination of a lifetime of teachings by Dr. Leland Jensen.

Numerous Biblical verses are used throughout the book. Verses are from the Revised Stand Version, New testament, copyright 1946 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. Old Testament copyright 1952 by same. The King James was copyrighted 1970 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. All Qur’anic references come from The Holy Qur’an, translation and commentary by Abdullah Yusaf Ali, published by Tahrike Tarsile Quara, Inc., Elmhurst, New York.

It was intended that Over the Wall of Oppression be published prior to Dr. Jensen’s passing in 1996, but two decades have now passed. The importance of this work cannot be overstated. Today, the elect are being gathered through what are referred to as the “gates.” To enter through these gates means having an understanding of the Revelation and Covenant of Baha’u’llah and Will & Testament of ‘Abdu’l-Baha. Over the Wall of Oppression gives you the song of the Lamb as spoken of within the book of Revelation. Once you comprehend this message you have entered into the temple of the Presence of God through the explanations and commentaries of Jesus the High Priest. You then become one of the elect, the chosen of God.

We draw ever closer to the catastrophes recorded throughout all the Holy Books and with the current and rapid deterioration of the world, we believe it to be imperative that this writing be available for all people.

Minor updates have been made for readability, historical accuracy, and to update the book for the exigencies of our present time.

Over the Wall of Oppression is an invitation to you to know of the glorious Revelation of Baha’u’llah and sing the song of the Lamb setting yourselves free from the dust of the earth.

We hope you appreciate its message as much as we do!

R.J. Konczyk and J. Daniel

August 2016