Friday, November 30, 2012

Helen Writes a Short Note About Attending the Church Service With James Padgett

September 19, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Helen.

I went to church with you this morning and saw that you were sleepy and I can't blame you for the sermon was not very interesting. Of course, he preached some truths when he spoke of trusting God to sustain you in your attempts to do His will and uphold the right. The three Hebrew children, who passed through the fiery furnace, merely illustrated the care which God has over His children and it is just as true today as it was in any past age.

Your own true and loving,

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Jesus Writes That People Have Received Divine Love Even Though Their Belief That His Blood Saves Sin is Wrong

September 19, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Jesus.

I heard the discussion between you and the other man about my blood saving from sin, and I felt that you were not benefited by what was said, because his faith is based on ignorance of the true plan of salvation and my mission on earth.

But he is so firmly fixed in his belief that no argument that you might make would convince him that anything but my death and atonement could save from sin. So I do not think it would do any good to attempt to argue with any of these people in reference to the matter of my blood as the means of salvation.

They have received the Divine Love to a considerable degree and the Holy Spirit is with them in their worship and is in their hearts, but it does not come to them by reason of their belief in my atonement, but because they pray to the Father for its coming and making them a new being so far as their soul development is concerned. They do not know that only the flowing of this Divine Love into their hearts in answer to prayer is what gives them this New Birth.

They think that my blood has something, or rather that it is the great and only cause of this New Birth and they will continue to think so. I would not let this matter deter you from attending their meetings because, as I have said, the spirit is present with them. Of course, they will learn differently when they come to the spirit world and see that I am not God.

Yes, I know that is what all the orthodox believe but that does not make it a fact, for no devil ever comes and teaches the things that I have written you.

I will not write more now. So with the assurance that I am with you very often, and that I will guide you in the ways of truth, I will stop.

Your brother and friend,

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

St. Luke Writes That God is Love and People Must Believe in the New Birth and Seek to Receive Divine Love to Assure Immortality

September 17, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, St. Luke.

I came tonight to tell you of some things which are in the Bible, and which are not true as they were never written by me, or by any one at my dictation. I never said that Jesus came to earth as the only begotten of the Father, in the sense that he was born differently from other mortals, for he was not. I mean that his father and mother were Joseph and Mary, and he was their natural son, and that they never supposed that he was begotten in any different way from what the other children were begotten.

Of course, he became more truly the son of God than did any other mortal who was ever born, but that was because he became filled with the Divine Love of the Father to a greater extent than any other human being. He became so close to the Father that in his soul development, he was able to commune with the Father in such a way as to realize exactly what the Father said to him, and his Love made him one with the Father as he said. Now he is closer to the Father than he ever was on earth, and his Love is very much greater than when on earth, greater than any other spirit and, as a consequence, he knows more about the Father's attributes and about His will and plans for men's redemption than does any other spirit. And when he comes to you and tells you that you must receive his messages to be transmitted to mankind, he imposes upon you a mission, which is greater than he ever imposed on any other man, not even excepting the apostles.

He now knows more of the truths of His Father than he did when on earth, and he realizes that the truths, which are so necessary to man's salvation and their future happiness, have never been revealed to mortals in their fullest extent. When he was on earth he declared many important truths, which have not been preserved and, hence, he is anxious that these truths and others shall be given to mankind.

Many things which men, who are professed Christians, believe are not truths and stand in the way of their progress in spiritual things and in the soul's development. I would like to tell you of more of these things which men should not believe but I have not the time tonight as others want to write.

But this you must know and forever proclaim that - God is Love - and that they who want to get immortality must believe in the New Birth and seek to obtain it. Without this, no spirit can enter the Celestial Spheres and partake of the Divine Nature of the Father. There are many other truths that must be learned and believed in but none are so important as those, which I have just written. I am writing this not as a matter of mere belief but as a matter of knowledge. There can be no doubt arise in my mind as to the reality of these things and none must arise in yours.

I will come again when you are in a better condition to take a long message and write you.

With all my love I am your brother in Christ,
St. Luke

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

St. Andrew Writes That Where Divine Love is There Can Be No Sin or Unhappiness or Fear

September 17, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, St. Andrew. 

I came to tell you that where Love is, there can be no sin or unhappiness and fear is not.

We, who live in the Celestial Spheres, know this to be a fact, and with all the force and authority that knowledge gives, we declare this truth unto you tonight: the Love that casteth out all fear is the Divine Love of the Father, and when a spirit obtains that, there exists no such thing as fear and nothing that could create or permit fear to exist.

God wants the souls of men in love and not in fear, and the only way in which such end can be accomplished is for men to see and know Him as a God of Love only. No man can come to the Father except through this New Birth and faith in the Father's Love.

The performance of duty, good works and mere faith, while they will all help man in the development of his moral character and qualities, yet, they will not give him an entrance into the Celestial Heavens, which are the Heavens where Jesus rules and is the Prince, unless the spirit shall obtain this Divine Love which makes it a part of the Father's very essence of Divinity.

Many spirits are happy by reason of their having led good, moral lives on earth and because of a high development of their natural love, and realize that God is their Father, and watches over them and gives them many blessings; but this happiness is not that which comes with the possession of the Divine Love, and besides, the place of habitation of these spirits is limited and does not permit these spirits to have free access to all the spheres where God's goodness and care are manifested.

The spirits who have obtained this Divine Love have no limitation to the spheres in which they may progress, and are not restricted in their places of habitation or in the spheres in which they may live. And besides, the presence and glory of the Father are so much greater in these Celestial Spheres than in those where the mere natural love obtains.

I must not write more tonight for you are commencing to tire. So with all my love I will say,

Your brother in Christ,
St. Andrew

Monday, November 26, 2012

Helen Writes a Short Note Confirming the Previous Messages Were From the Ancient Spirits

September 16, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Helen.

Well, I came to tell you that you must not write more tonight, as you are not in a very good condition. You may not think so, but it is a fact, and it is best for you to stop.

It was Caesar, as I am told. He is not a very bright spirit, but maybe your old Professor may help him.

Well, they are not quite ready yet to resume their writing, as it seems there are some of these ancients who want to write and have some object in writing to you, which conflicts with the plan that these messages of the Master intends to be established and worked out.

I must stop now and will say goodnight.

Your own true and loving,

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Julius Caesar, the Former Emperor of Rome, Writes That He is in Darkness and Suffering From His Wicked Deeds on Earth

September 16, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am the spirit of one who when on earth was called Caesar. Well, there was only one real Caesar - all others by that name were merely imitations. I was Julius Caesar and was the Emperor of Rome and the conqueror of the Gauls and of the Egyptians.

I am now in a condition of darkness, and also suffering, from my deeds on earth, which were very wicked and numerous.

I am not an emperor now, but am a spirit who is in the condition of one who has no one to do him reverence - not the meanest of my former slaves deign to bow the knee or salute me as their superior. And why! Because in the spirit world a man is as his soul development makes him, and mine has been very much retarded by my want of belief and faith, as I now see.

I merely want to tell you this that you may know that no position on earth can determine the position of the person when he comes into the spirit world. I mean that the position of the man on earth does not in the slightest degree influence the position of this same man in the spirit world. Many of my slaves are higher in their development and in their spirituality than I am. Well, that may be, but I am in the condition that I say I am; I don't know of any such spirit and doubt if there be any.

I see some bright spirits and have asked for Professor Salyards, and find him to be a most beautiful and bright spirit, and I am inclined to listen to what he may say. He says that he was well acquainted with my history on earth, as he had read many books dealing with my life and exploits; and he is glad to meet me and show me the way to a higher and happier condition of existence. I rather like him and believe that I will go with him and listen to him.

Well, I will try.

So I will say goodnight and good luck. I am your friend now, since you have shown such interest in me.

Julius Caesar

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Shem, the Father of One of the Tribes of Israel, Writes That He is a Christian and Knows What the New Birth Means

September 16, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Shem.

I am the father of one of the tribes of Israel, and I come to tell you that I am now a Christian and a follower of Jesus, the saviour of men. You may think it strange that I should write to you, but I am interested in the work which the Master is doing for mankind, and which you are to do in taking his messages and transmitting them to humanity.

I was a Jew of the earlier dispensation, and I lived before the destruction of Jerusalem and even before the great dispersion and captivity of my people. I died when the race was very young and when it had not formed its concrete ideas of God that afterwards became such a power in the economy of its government.

I am now an inhabitant of the Celestial Heavens and am working with the other Celestial Spirits to carry forward the great plans of God and of His son for the salvation of mankind.

I know what the New Birth means, and how necessary it is for men to become partakers of the Divine Love and Divinity of the Father. So you must see that only after that Great Gift was rebestowed on men were any of us who lived at a time long anterior to the birth of Jesus able to partake of those qualities which gave us immortality.

I will now stop and say goodnight.

Friday, November 23, 2012

James G. Blaine, A Former Political Leader, Writes That James is a Wonderful Medium and Praises Him for The Work He Is Doing

September 14th, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington D.C.

I am here, James G. Blaine:

I am here to tell you that you are a wonderful medium, and that you will do a great deal of good before you die. Well, I have been with you at times of your writings and have seen what messages you received, and what effect the communications have had on the spirits, as well as on yourself and friends.

I am in the Fourth Sphere and am happy in a way, but I need more happiness and more light, and I will try to get these things. I am engaged in intellectual pursuits that are congenial to me, and I also take great interest in the affairs of your country and try to influence its rulers to do the right thing at the right time.

I have met many spirits since I came over and have made acquaintances with them. They are all very wonderful spirits in their understanding of the Laws of Nature and kindred subjects, and I learn a great deal from them.

I merely wanted to introduce myself to you and let you know that I am alive. Well, I believe more in the intellect than in religious matters, and I don't seek the other spirits that you mention. I have no special interest in them.

I will not write more tonight.

James G. Blaine

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Helen Writes About the Spirits of Light and Truth Who Were With James Padgett and Dr. Leslie R. Stone at the Park

September 13, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Helen.

Well, sweetheart, you are very sleepy and must go to bed. But I must tell you how I enjoyed the conversation which you and Dr. Stone had tonight in the park. The spiritual influence around you was great and working to do you both good.

Mary was there and she was enjoying the conversation as much as I and was trying to make the Doctor feel her presence as I was you. What a wonderful thing this Love of the Father is and how glad I am that you have it to the extent that you have.

Yes, Samuel was there and so were your band and some of the apostles, all enjoying the ideas which you both expressed. We could see the workings of your brain and souls and we tried to impress you with the truth and make you realize fully the many sayings of the Bible as well as what has been written to you by us dealing with the subjects that you were discussing.

So how happy you ought to be to know that you have with you so often so many of the higher spirits of "Light and Truth".

I will not write longer tonight. So with all my love,

I am your own true loving,

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

John Bunyan, Author of "The Pilgrim's Progress," Writes That He is a Follower of Jesus and Resides in the Second Celestial Sphere

September 13, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, John Bunyan.

I am the writer of "The Pilgrim's Progress," and I want to tell you that I am an inhabitant of the Celestial Spheres and a follower of Jesus. I am now a Christian who knows that many of the things that I wrote in my book as allegory are truths.

Of course, my belief in Jesus as God and as having made a vicarious atonement is all wrong, for now I know that there is only one God, the Father, and that every other living being, either in the earth plane or in the spirit world, is his child - son or daughter of the Father.

Jesus is the brightest spirit in all God's universe, and possesses more of the Divine Love than the other spirits and, consequently, is nearer the Father, with whom he has his spiritual communions.

My belief in God and in His love and mercy is stronger than when on earth, and I want every man to believe and understand that the great thing to be acquired is the Divine Love of the Father and His Grace.

I am so very happy that I cannot tell you of its extent, and when I think of the troubles and sufferings that I endured when on earth, it makes me believe that I acquired the wonderful Love at a very small cost.

I will not write more tonight, but will come again soon and write you more at large.

I am in the Second Celestial Sphere where your folks are - I mean those who write to you. I want to tell you also that you are a very highly favored man to have been selected to do this work. I know the fact that Jesus is with you so very often, and that his great love and power will be with you and you will feel their wonderful influences.

So remember that I want to write again.

Your brother in Christ,
John Bunyan

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Lot Writes a Short Note That He is Helping James Padgett in His Progress in Spiritual Things

September 13, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Lot.

Lot of old, I merely want to say that I am with you trying to help you in your progress in spiritual things. I am not so very far away that I cannot come to you when I desire and give you my help.

Well, I will not write more tonight, but will say goodnight.

Your brother in Christ,

Monday, November 19, 2012

St. John Writes That He Never Wrote the Doctrine that Jesus' Blood Saves Men From Sin

September 12, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, John.

I do not write St. John, because I am not called by that name in the spirit heavens, and I have written you often enough now, that you will identify me when I merely write John.

Well, I heard what the Master said, and I can only add thereto, that I never wrote the things which declare that I preached that the blood of Jesus saves from sin or that Jesus was a propitiation for the sins of mankind. Neither in my Gospel nor in my Epistles nor in Revelation did I write such a doctrine. As I have told you before many things contained in these books were written by others to carry out certain plans and ideas of the writers. I never said that Jesus was God and that he was begotten by the Holy Ghost, or that he is equal with God, or that he saved a man from sin by reason of any personal qualities which he may have had.

So let your mind eliminate these false doctrines and receive the truths which the Master shall write with a perfectly unbiased mind, free from all preconceived ideas.

I meant that many spirits would try to communicate with man and attempt to teach false doctrines as to Jesus and his mission.

That the only spirits who were capable of conveying the truth, and worthy of belief were those who should acknowledge that Jesus was the son of God in the way that it has been explained to you. Not that Jesus or Jesus Christ was God. Only those spirits who acknowledge Jesus as the Son of God and have received the New Birth, and know anything about the kingdom of Christ, or of the gift of the Divine Love of the Father, and the way to obtain it, as taught by Jesus, should be acknowledged. All other spirits who have not this knowledge and, consequently, would not acknowledge Jesus as the son of God, who should hear his teachings, is not to be trusted as being true followers of Jesus.

This is nothing mysterious or contrary to the laws governing the conduct or beliefs of men. If a spirit or man either, knows nothing about a certain subject he certainly cannot teach others its qualities or merits, and, hence, I was applying an ordinary law of nature to the way in which spirits should be tried. For I must tell you now, and it is a truth, and was a truth at the time I wrote my gospel and epistles, just as it is a truth now, and always will remain a truth, that every spirit who acknowledges that Jesus is the son of God is a redeemed spirit, and has received a portion of the Divine Love, and is progressing in the kingdom which Jesus is now forming. And when I gave those instructions to my children, as I called them, I intended that their communications should be only with those spirits or men who had received this New Birth.

I know that all the spirits who have received this Divine Love in sufficient abundance are good spirits, free from sin and error and (with) the power or inclination to influence mortals not to sin or to do anything which is contrary to the Will of the Father, while all the other spirits may or may not exercise upon mortals the influence of evil.

Hence, try the spirits, and if they do not acknowledge Jesus as the son of God, let them alone, and do not receive their communications or teachings, because they are not believers in Christ and the New Birth.

Among my children or believers in the Christian religion were many persons who had the power or gift of communicating with the spirits of the departed, and did so communicate; and such communications were made known to the rest of the congregation and believed by them. And hence, my injunction against communion with those spirits who were not believers in Christ.

You must not think that this is the only age in which spirits communicate with mortals, for I must tell you that in my time it was much more common than now; and in our congregations when worshipping and when in our other gatherings, and often in private, we had these communications.

This was an important part of the services of our meetings, and one that kept us in constant harmony with the soul power of those who lived in the spirit form, and from whom we received powers of healing and of doing good in many other ways.

In those days healing the sick and doing kindred things were a very important part of our work as Christians. We believed what Jesus had told us on earth, and we increased our faith and performed many works, which the people who did not believe as we did, thought were miracles. To us the healing of the sick and the doing of these other things were just as natural as eating and sleeping. I tell you that our faith then was a certainty. We possessed the Substance that Paul speaks of, and we expected to do the things just as we expected to breathe and be able to do material good to our brothers.

But after a few centuries, when men came into the church for other purposes than to receive the New Birth and do the will of the Father, faith, such as I speak of, died, and the power to do these things was taken away from men, and the church became a congregation of men having the mere lip worship.

And all through the centuries from then until now, this power has not been with men, except that here and there some true believer with a faith such as we had has appeared, and done wonderful things.

So I say, let not what the Bible may say about Jesus being God and having those other qualities with reference to the salvation of men, disturb you in your beliefs in what the Master may write you.

I will not write more tonight, but will say goodnight.

Your brother in Christ,

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Jehosephat, a Jewish Medium from the Old Testament, is a Christian Redeemed by the Divine Love of God

September 12, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Jehosephat.

I was a character in the Old Testament, and I want to say just a word. I am a Christian, and redeemed by the Divine Love of the Father.

I was not a very religious man when I lived and never knew what the love of God was, although you might think from my association with Him as portrayed in the Bible, that I was a righteous man.

I was a man possessed of great mediumistic powers, and through me the spirits would communicate those things which they said came from God. But I was not a teacher myself and was not in condition to teach spiritual truths, for I was only a Jew of the Pharisees who had certain intellectual beliefs as to what kind of worship should be given to God, and what men should do otherwise in their dealings with one another.

I merely wanted to say this, so that you might know that while we are what you would call ancient spirits, yet, we are interested in your work, which the Master has called upon you to do.

I will say goodnight,

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Jesus Writes That He Does Not Approve of the Reference that His Blood Saves Men from Sin

September 12, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Jesus.

I was with you tonight and saw that the Spirit was filling your heart with the Divine Love of the Father and that you realized its presence, and felt that even though the people who worshipped me in their ignorance, yet, they have this Love of the Father to a great degree.

I do not approve of their frequent reference to my blood as saving them from their sins and keeping them in the grace and favor of the Father, for as I have told you, my blood has nothing to do with the salvation of any soul - only the Divine Love of the Father saves a soul from sin and makes it one with the Father in His Love and divinity.

But, nevertheless, these people have this Love in their hearts, and while with their intellects they look upon me as God, yet, their souls are turning to God and, consequently, they receive the blessings of the Father's Love and are receiving to a large extent the development of their souls.

I am glad that you attend these meetings (The Church of the Holiness, Washington, D. C.), for in them is a wonderful presence of the Spirit and the Love of the Father, and while you may not be in sympathy with their doctrines as to who and what saves them from sin and unrighteousness, yet, the influence of the Spirit is so great that it helps your soul development.

I tried to influence the speakers to tell just what the conditions of their souls were, and what experience they had in receiving and enjoying the Divine Love; and many of them experience and have as a part of their religious possession just what they said they had.

It will be beneficial to you to attend this church, and get the benefit of the presence of the Holy Spirit, which is with them in their worship.

I was with you and tried to make you feel my presence, and I did, and you felt a little exaltation of your soul qualities and enjoyed the services, especially the singing and the prayers.

So while you must not be influenced by their doctrines as to my being God or to be worshipped, yet, if you will ignore this and only consider that their real worship is of God and that their souls are in unison with Him, you will find that these services will do you much good.

I am with you very much and am trying to get you relieved from the worries which come to you. I am also trying to help you get in that spiritual condition, which is necessary in order for you to take and continue my formal messages.

Yes, you are and I am glad that it is so. I want you to become a man so possessed of this Love and of faith, so strong that nothing that you may encounter will swerve you from your convictions and from your work. I see that you are anxious to continue this work and you will soon be able to do so.

Yes, I know that the Bible iterates and reiterates the statement that I am God, and that my blood saves from sin, and that I am a propitiation for mankind, but nevertheless, the Bible is all wrong, and these false doctrines must be corrected and men taught the true plan of salvation. I will be with you very often until we have commenced our work in the way that we desire to carry it forward. Let not anything that you may read in the Bible cause you to have a conception that may not agree with what I shall write. Let your mind be blank on these truths and wait until I shall disclose them to you, and believe me.

John never wrote these statements as contained in his epistles and gospel, and he will write to you denying that he did. The Bible contains many truths and many of my sayings but also, many statements that were never made by me or by the apostles, and my mission now is to correct all these errors. So you see we have much work ahead of us and we must commence it as soon as possible.

I am with you tonight to comfort and encourage you and help you to overcome not only your worries, and if you will only pray to the Father and believe, you will be successful in both particulars. I will not write more tonight as others are here to write, and I desire that they shall do so.

Your brother and friend,

Friday, November 16, 2012

Ann Rollins Writes That Baptism is Not Essential to Man's Salvation

September 9, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, your Grandmother.

All I know about the origin of the Book of Revelation is what I have heard from John (St. John), and he has told me substantially what he has told you, and I believe what he has said. I know that many things in the book are not true, and that its mysteries are not worth attempting to fathom, because they do not contain any spiritual truths. These truths are so plain and so simple that it requires no mysterious statement of them to be made, so that men will hesitate to understand their import. So my advice to you is to receive what the Master may write and believe in what he communicates.

Well, baptism is not essential to a man's salvation. It is merely symbolical of the truth of a reuniting with the Love of the Father, and when you can receive that Love in substance and reality, what is the need of resorting to a mere shadow. I tell you that no baptism or drinking wine and eating bread in remembrance of Jesus is necessary to salvation, and are not even advisable so far as the actual salvation of man is concerned, because many persons when they are baptized believe that is all that is necessary to salvation, and neglect the real development of the soul, and the desire to have the inflowing of the Divine Love, without which there is no salvation. Have faith and trust in the Master.

So with all my love,

I am your own loving,

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Mary Kennedy Writes a Message of Love to Her Soulmate, Dr. Leslie R. Stone

September 7, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Mary Kennedy.

I am so glad for the opportunity to write to my dear soulmate, as it has been a long time since I wrote to him and told him of my love and happiness.

He is more dear to me than ever, and while he cannot hear me tell him so, yet, every day I am with him and try to breathe into his ear the expressions of the great love which I have for him. I wish that he had the power to write as you have, for if he had, I believe that I would monopolize all his time in telling him how much I love him, and how I long for the time to come when I can have him all to myself. He, I know, cannot realize what a love like mine is, but thank God in the not far distant future, I will be able to enfold him in my arms and tell him with all the feelings and warmth of my soul how much I love him and how dear he is to me.

I am with him nearly all the time trying to cheer him and make him feel that he is not alone in his struggles in life, and that my love for him is so great and with and in him all the time. When he prays, I pray with him, and when he is happy I am happy, too. But when he is unhappy, I am not unhappy but sympathize with him and exert myself to make him realize the great love that I have for him and that I am near him. His sorrows are only temporary and my love is eternal - and my love means his happiness as well as mine.

So tell him to believe with all his heart that his Mary is with him and will be with him in all his times of sorrow and joy, and will try to interpenetrate his soul with her own burning and pure love, which is all his and which can never be given to another.

I read his letters, which he writes at night, and for every expression of love which they contain I have a responsive answer, only more intense and more longing. Tell him not to stop writing to me for I can see what he writes and tell him, also, that he must believe that my answers are all that he would have them to be and more, too.

I must not trespass longer on your indulgence but only wish to say that I love my dear Leslie with all my heart and soul, and will so love him until time and eternity shall be no more. Oh, how I wish that I could have him see me face to face, and hear my voice telling him of my great love, and that he is mine and I am his.

So kind friend, I thank you and will give way to your wife to resume.

Mrs. Padgett resumes:

Well, sweetheart, isn't she a dear, loving soulmate?

It does me so much good to hear her tell her love to the Doctor, and see her eyes and whole being aflame with love to him.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

John the Baptist Writes that Men are Longing to Know the Truths of God

September 7, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, John the Baptist.

I come because I want to encourage you to pray more and to believe. The Father's Love is waiting for you to fill your soul to its utmost, and the only things required on your part are prayer and faith. We are all interested in you and want you to get into a condition that will enable you to take the Master's messages as rapidly as possible for the time is now ripe when they should be given to mankind, and started on their work of redeeming men from false beliefs and erroneous doctrines and dogmas.

I, John, tell you this, for I can see that men are longing for the truths of God - such truths as will remove from the teachings of the spiritually guided all superstition and errors. Such truths as will accord with the reasoning of men who are not biased by erroneous beliefs either in matters spiritual or material.

I tell you that these truths will be easier for the mere materialist to receive and understand, than by those who are bound by the beliefs which the creeds and dogmas of the churches have inculcated. And the acceptance of this New Revelation of the truths of God will be by those who have no preconceived ideas of what the nature and relation of man to God, in the spiritual sense, is - rather than by the learned theologian and the simple worshipper at the altars of the churches, who believe whatever may be told them by the priests and preachers.

As I was, at one time, the voice of one crying in the wilderness, I am now the voice of many spirits of God, who know that the Master will teach the truths of his Father, and that these truths must be accepted by mortals on earth,and by spirits in the spirit world in order that they may receive that salvation, which the Father has prepared for them and which, when accepted and realized and possessed, will fit them to become partakers of the happiness and immortality which the Father has promised them.

I have written you in this manner tonight, because I want you to realize more fully and deeply the important work which the Master has selected you to do, and also the necessity of continuing this work at the earliest possible moment.

Well, I have been interested in the great amount of discussion on that point, and how the belief one way or the other has caused those calling themselves Christians to form distinct sects. If they only knew or would know, that it does not make a particle of difference to their soul's salvation, whether Jesus was immersed or sprinkled, they would not let the bitter feeling arise that frequently does in discussing this matter.

But to settle this dispute to the satisfaction of those who may read the book, which you may publish, and believe in its statements, I will say, that when I baptized Jesus, I went with him into the water and then took the water in my hands and placed it on his head - there was no immersion. As this water was merely symbolical of the washing away of sin and error, and does not actually accomplish that great necessity in order for men to become one with God, it did not make any difference whether the recipient of baptism was immersed or sprinkled.

It is strange that many men who profess to have received the forgiveness of their sins and become reconciled to God should let a trifling thing of this kind cause so much strife and bitter disputations. I will now stop.

Your brother in Christ,
John the Baptist

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

St. John Writes That His Revelation as Contained in the Bible Was Merely a Vision He Had While in a Trance

September 7, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, John of the Revelation.

I saw you studying the Bible, or rather those portions of the book which treated of the salvation of mankind through the blood of Jesus, and that you made extracts from the Revelation, which declared that the blood of Jesus washed away sins of mankind and redeemed them.

Well, I want to say that while I wrote a Revelation or rather dictated it to another to write, I never wrote the words declaring the salvation of mankind through the blood of Jesus, which declared that the blood of Jesus washed away sins of mankind and redeemed them, for I did not believe any such doctrine and had never been taught such a belief by Jesus.

Much of the matter contained in the Revelation I never wrote; but men or scribes who professed to copy the description of my vision, added to it for the purpose of incorporating therein the views of the Christians of that early day, so that their views might be emphasized and in union with similar views that had been added to the Gospels and Epistles in the copies which these same persons or their predecessors in these views had made.

The Revelation is merely a vision which I had when in a trance and was undoubtedly intended to illustrate or predict those things which would be visited upon the believers and the nonbelievers in the truths of God as taught by Jesus and his apostles.

At the present day, I cannot see that this book can serve any good purpose in making men acquainted with the truths of God, or with the relationship of man to God. Many of the things therein contained are not true as a Truth, but were used merely to illustrate a truth. There are no streets of gold or pearly gates or dragons or beasts or white horse or other material things which are depicted in that book; and it is valuable only so far as imagery may show to mankind some spiritual truth.

And besides it has been so embellished and added to, that many of its figures or images do not illustrate any truth, or anything else, but merely serves to give the book the character and appearance of a book of mysteries.

So I advise you in attempting to search for the truths that the Bible contains, do not waste your time in trying to discover the meanings of the various dark sayings and mysterious descriptions which this book contains.

There are enough truths in the Bible, though mixed with many errors, to lead men to the light and to salvation. Love is the great principle, and the fact that God is waiting to bestow that Love on mankind, if they will only seek for it, as it is the principle which is sufficient to lead men to the Celestial homes and happiness.

I am not an advocate of all the "isms" which men draw or formulate from the Bible, but on the contrary, deplore and condemn the misconstruction of the truths which it contains, and which men may understand, if they will search for them in humbleness and in the spirit of a little child.

But whatever of errors may be written in the Bible will be shown by the messages which Jesus shall write to you, and after they are transmitted and made known to mankind there will be no occasion for men to accept or believe these errors.

So I tell you that while the Bible, even as now written, is a grand old book, yet, it is not the true mouthpiece of God in very many particulars, and is a stumbling block to man's acquiring a correct knowledge of the truths of God.

These truths will not conflict with the reasoning of the normal man who is not prejudiced by views which are erroneous, either in the scientific or the religious world.

A man who believes what is not true is just as much an infidel whether that belief relates to the sciences or to religion. A belief in the false is a want of belief in the true and, hence, as to the true, he is not a believer. I will not write more tonight.

So will say goodnight and God bless you and your work.

Your brother in Christ,
John of Revelation

Monday, November 12, 2012

Aman (Adam, the First Parent) Adds to His Earlier Writing About His Great Sin of Disobedience

September 7, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Aman.

Yes, and I want to correct what I wrote before in this: that I never was a spirit who wanted to have merely immortality as God was immortal, but I also wanted to obtain the power and wisdom which I saw that God possessed.

I thought that if I could obtain these qualities, I would become a God and a co-equal with my Creator and, hence, the possessor of all the universe, and of all power and knowledge that He had. My effort to realize my ambition in these particulars was a part of my great sin of disobedience. I thought it best to tell you this so that my description of the great sin of disobedience would not be only a part of the truth.

I now know what an insignificant creature I was - as compared to the Father, and I also know that the creation of Amon (Eve) and me was the highest creation in all the universe of God. But the great mercy and Love of the Father, notwithstanding my great sin, has placed me in the position and condition which he promised me at my creation, and which I forfeited with such fatal consequences.

You have a privilege which I was then deprived of for so many long years, and your happiness may be as great as mine is now without having to wait the long and many years that I waited. No wonder that mankind worships Jesus as God, when we consider the Great Gift that he brought to them and the way to obtain it.

I must not write more.

Your brother in Christ and father in the flesh,

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Jesus Repeats What He Has Written Before That His Blood Does Not Save Men from Sin

September 5, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Jesus.

I was with you tonight and heard what you said about the Bible and its writers, and I desire to say that many things in it were not written by my disciples or by those to whom my disciples had delivered the sayings that I made use of while on earth.

The text as contained in the present Bible is not a true copy of what I said, or what was in the manuscripts of those who originally wrote, and I am trying to correct the many errors that the Bible contains.

Well, the sayings in the Epistles and in the Gospels and in Revelation to the effect that my blood saves from sin are erroneous, and my disciples never wrote that false doctrine, for I repeat here what I have before written you, that my blood has nothing to do with the redemption of mankind from sin, nor has my blood any effect in reconciling men to God or making them one with Him. The only thing that works this great result is the New Birth as I have explained it to you. So do not let these sayings of the Bible disturb your belief in what I say now, or in what I may hereafter say.

Well, the Revelation of John is not true. It is a mere allegory and not just as he wrote it, for it contains many things that are absurd and not in accord with the truths as I shall write them to you. He has written you already on the "Revelations" and told you what he did not write, as he has been annoyed by this book of the Bible and its interpretations by the preachers and others. It is nothing but a revelation of a vision which he thought he saw while in a trance, as you mortals say. I mean that the real Revelation that he wrote is only the vision of a trance. So let not these things disturb you.

I see that you are getting more of the Divine Love in your soul, and your spiritual eyes will be opened, and your soul perceptions will, before long, see and understand many of the vital truths of God.

I will not write more tonight. With all my love, I am,

Your brother and friend,

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Ann Rollins Writes That God's Divine Love Saves Us From Sin, Not the Great Error - the Blood of Jesus

September 5, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I will say a word also. I am your own dear Grandmother.

I came to tell you that I know now that the blood of Jesus does not save from sin.

You will remember how, when on earth, I believed this doctrine of error. How I used to talk about the precious blood of Jesus being able to save from all sin and used to sing with all my heart and belief in the old hymn: "There is a fountain filled with blood," and so forth. Well, I know now that that belief is all wrong, and that Jesus is so anxious to have men learn that it is a great error and stumbling block to the soul's progression.

Of course, I know that a vast majority of those now living will never believe that this saying of the Bible is erroneous until they come to the spirit world, but if they only could be taught to throw aside this belief and rely entirely on the Divine Love for their salvation while on earth, how much easier their progress would be when they come over. So you see, that while many say that a belief does not amount to much, yet, I tell you that it causes more unhappiness and retards the progress of spirits to a greater extent than any other one thing.

I know that only the Divine Love of the Father saves from sin and makes mortals at-one with Him. So in your work for the Master, you will have to make great efforts to cause people to give up this belief in the blood, and turn to the truth of the New Birth.

Many of the orthodox will oppose your efforts and refuse to believe what you may tell them to be the truth, but many will believe and seek this New Birth and find the peace and happiness of a soul whose sins have been forgiven.

I must not write more tonight. I will come again soon and tell you more of the result of your work among the unfortunate spirits who seek your help. So my dear son, I will say goodnight.

Your loving Grandmother,
Ann Rollins

Friday, November 9, 2012

St. Luke Writes About the Errors That Others Wrote in His Gospel of the Bible and That This Saying That "The Blood of Jesus Saves From Sin," is Not True

September 5, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I will write a little as I am interested in what you have received from Luther tonight. And as I am supposed to have written the Gospel of Luke, I desire to say a few things in reference to the correctness - or rather incorrectness of many things contained in my gospel.

As you infer, I am St. Luke. the writer of the third gospel and a follower of Jesus.

My Gospel was not founded on anything I had personal knowledge of, but upon the writings of others and the traditions, which were the common knowledge of many Christians at that time. I knew several of the apostles and obtained much of my information from them, as well as from many of the Christians who were members of the congregations to which these apostles preached and expounded the sayings of Jesus.

In my gospel, as now contained in the authorized version, there are many things that have been interpolated. This version was not based on what I wrote, but upon pretended copies of my writings; and the persons who made these copies did not follow literally my writings, but added to my text and gave their own interpretations of what I had written in such a way as to destroy the true meaning of what was intended to be conveyed by my writings.

There are many truths contained in the gospel as now written in the Bible, and they are the truths of God, but there are also many errors which contradict these truths. For instance, I never wrote that Jesus commanded his disciples to believe that the wine was his blood or the bread his body, and to eat and drink these things in remembrance of him. How this interpolation could have been made I do not know, but will observe that the same things are said in all the four gospels, and this saying must have been derived from a common source, and that must have been the minds of those who pretended to copy the gospels.

I tell you now that this saying, that the blood of Jesus saves from sin, is not true, and if men depend upon this blood for their salvation they will never be saved, but will enter the spirit world in all their sins, and will be surprised to learn that Jesus is not waiting to receive them in his arms and carry them to the mansions prepared for the truly redeemed of the sons of men.

I know that a vast number of the members of the various churches believe this harmful doctrine and that, as a consequence, many persons claiming to be Christians will realize that their sins have not been forgiven them when they come into the spirit world.

Sometime, as these writings continue, I will point out the errors of my gospel to an extent that will show you the fact of what great additions and misinterpretations have been made thereto. I will stop now.

Your brother in Christ,
St. Luke

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Martin Luther Writes That "No Greater Error Was Ever Written Than That the Blood of Jesus Saves From Sin - or That His Blood Washes Away Sin."

September 5, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Luther - Martin Luther.

I came again because I want to tell you that I was with you this afternoon when you were reading the comments on the origin and different versions of the Bible. Among them was a reference to my version, and I want to say that while my version was a pretty correct translation, yet, the manuscripts and other versions upon which I based my translation were not the real writings of those who profess to have written them. I mean that those manuscripts were not true copies of the original epistles and books written by those whose names they bear. Many interpretations and more constructions were given to the texts of the originals than you or any other mortal are aware of.

The Bible as now written and as I translated it, is full of contradictions and errors and makes the truth hard to ascertain. Take for instance that one subject of the blood redemption.

No greater error was ever written than that the blood of Jesus saves from sin - or that his blood washes away sin.

It seems to me now so absurd that I wonder and am astonished that I could ever have believed in such an absurdity.

I know now that there is no efficacy in Jesus' blood to accomplish any such results, and the pity is that many men now believe this and, as a consequence, neglect the one vital and important requirement necessary to salvation - that is the New Birth. This and this only saves men from their sins and fits them to enter the Kingdom of God, which is the Kingdom of Jesus, for he is the Prince of that Kingdom, and the Ruler thereof.

Jesus never said any such thing, for he has told me so. This saying that his blood was shed for many is not true. He never said it, neither did he say "drink the wine," being his blood, in remembrance of him, for the wine is not his blood, and neither does it represent anything that has to do with him or his mission on earth, or his present work in the spirit world. How unfortunate that this saying is made to represent something that he did not say.

So in order to understand the real truths of God and man's relationship to Him and His plan of salvation, you must believe what the Master shall write you and what his apostles may write, for now they understand what his true mission was, and what he attempted and intended to teach when on earth, and what he is teaching now.

I also will write sometimes and give you the result of my instructions and knowledge as I received them since being here. I will not write more tonight.

Your brother in Christ,
Martin Luther

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Jesus Writes That He Approves of the Church James Padgett is Attending as the People are Receiving God's Divine Love

August 31, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Jesus.

I heard what Paul wrote, and I corroborate everything that he said, and add that these people are pursuing the true way to the inheritance, which I promised them while I was on earth. Their faith is wonderful and the fruits of its exercise is shown in the condition of their souls and in their lives.

Theirs is the soul conception of religion and of my truths, and while they may not with their intellects understand the philosophy of my teachings, yet, with their soul perceptions they have grasped the great foundation truth of salvation through the Divine Love of the Father.

Of course, they sing and proclaim that my blood saves them from sin, but this is merely the exercise of their mental conceptions, learned from the teachings and creeds of the churches; yet, they have grasped the great and only truth of salvation with the far more and certain knowledge that the awakening and filling of their souls by the Divine Love gives them.

How much to be wished for that all these churches of form and mental worship could realize that the only true worship of God is with the soul perceptions. Only with these perceptions that are developed by obtaining the Divine Love can we see God. Only by such development can we become pure and holy and at-one with the Father, and partakers of His Divine Nature.

I am glad that you attended this church (Church of the Holiness), and I advise you to go there often, for I tell you that the spirit of truth and Love is with these people to a very extended degree, and that because their souls are open to its inflowing and to its ministration.

I was with you again tonight, and so was the spirit of truth trying to open up your soul to its influence and to that which will cause your faith to increase and your trust in me to grow. No church will do you as much good as that and I advise you to attend. Of course, you will not have to believe in its creed, but only in the fact that the Holy Spirit is there in all its quickening power, as they sometimes sing.

So with all my love I say, goodnight.

Your brother and friend,

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

St. Paul Writes About the Truth of Perfection

August 31, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, St. Paul.

I was with you tonight at the meeting, and heard what the young man said about perfection, and I agree entirely with his ideas and the application of the truth to the lives of human beings.

He had the correct conception of what perfection means, and when he said that perfection is a relative term, he spoke the exact truth. No man can expect to have the perfection of the Father in quantity, but he may in quality; for the spirit of truth that enters into the soul of a man in response to prayer and faith is a part of the Divine Nature of the Father, and the essence is the same, and the quality must be the same; but, of course, no man can obtain it to the extent of making him pure and holy as the Father is pure and holy.

Even we, who live in the high Celestial Heavens, have not that perfection which the Father has. But let men know that even while on earth they can obtain this inflowing of the Holy Spirit in their hearts to such an extent that sin and error will be entirely eradicated. This, I say, is possible, but few men attain to such a state of perfection, because the worldly affairs and natural appetites which belong to mortals are always interfering to prevent the makings of the spirit in men's souls so that perfection of this kind may take possession of them. But notwithstanding this great difficulty, and material desires of men, they should have this perfect ideal before them always and strive to obtain the possession of it.

I was much interested in the discourse not only because it was founded on a text attributed to me, but because of the right conception and the explanation made by the young man. I could see his soul and its workings, and I was glad to know that he possessed this Divine Love to an unusual degree and was fitted almost for a home in the Celestial Spheres.

You were benefited by what he said, and you felt the influence of the presence of the Holy Spirit at the meeting.

If the people of this church would understand that there is only one thing that saves them from their sins and makes them at-one with the Father, and that is the inflowing of the Divine Love into their souls, which was what Jesus meant when he told Nicodemus that he must be Born Again, they would easily see that their doctrine of holiness is not only a reasonable doctrine but one in accord with the truths of God; for as this Divine Love fills their souls, all sin and error must disappear.

Of course, this is a relative matter, for it depends upon how much of this Divine Love is in their souls to determine how much of sin or error exists. The more of the Divine Love, the less of sin, and on the contrary, the more of sin the less of the Divine Love. But I want to say with all the emphasis that I am capable of, that it is possible for a human being to obtain such a quantity of this Divine Love in his soul that sin will be entirely eradicated. This was the doctrine taught by Jesus, and this is the truth of God's Law of Love.

I know that the great majority of mankind do not believe this truth and think it foolishness, and that those who claim that they have received this Divine Love to a great degree are enthusiastic fanatics, and not worthy of credence, but I want to tell you that no greater truth was ever proclaimed by the Master; and sometime, in the not far distant future, many men who are now merely intellectual Christians will believe and embrace and experience this great truth.

You will find yourself much benefited by attending these meetings, and while there are some things in their creed to which you do not subscribe, yet, they have the foundation truth that the Divine Love of the Father can clear their souls from all sins, and make them perfect, to the extent that they receive that Love in their souls.

I will not write more tonight, but will say that the Holy Spirit, which conveys God's Love to man, is with these people in great power and fullness and manifests its workings in a real and irresistible manner, and God is blessing them and giving them that faith, which enables them to become overcomers and inheritors of immortality and homes in the Celestial Heavens.

So without taking up more of your time, I will say goodnight and God bless you.

Your brother in Christ,
St. Paul

Monday, November 5, 2012

St. Salatia, a former Catholic, Writes That She is in the Celestial Heavens and is a Follower of the Master Jesus

August 31, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Saint Salatia.

I was a woman of Italy when on earth. I was a great worker for the church and was at the head of some of its institutions, and after I died, I mean after I had been dead for a number of years, I was canonized. I died in 1689 in Milan. My name is among the saints of the Romish church.

I came merely to tell you that I am now in the Celestial Heavens and a follower of the Master. But I have to say that when I first came to the spirit world, I was in darkness and suffering, because of my false beliefs, and false life as a teacher. It was only after I became an inhabitant of the spirit world that I learned the truths.

Oh, the false teachings of the church and its priests. There are many of them here in the spirit world who are still in darkness and torment, and who lived when I did on earth. The reason is that they were so firm in their belief in the doctrines of the church that they have never been able to open their minds to the truth and, in fact, many of them will not listen to any teachings, but those which they were taught on earth.

Yes, I have tried to convince them of their errors but they would not listen to me, thinking that I had been deceived and proselyted and was lost.

Well, I am now very happy and I thank you for the opportunity of writing to you as it is the first time that I have ever written to mortal man. I need not take up more of your time now and so will say goodnight.

St. Salatia

My name was Victorina Salatia, the daughter of an Italian nobleman. I was a single woman.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

St. Camelia, a former Catholic Nun, Writes a Short Note that She is a Christian, a Follower of Jesus' Teachings and Redeemed by the Father's Love

August 31, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, St. Camelia.

Yes, I was a Catholic nun. I merely want to say that I am no longer a nun or a Catholic, but a Christian redeemed by the Father's Love and the teachings of the Master.

I lived in 1676 at Florence, Italy, and was canonized nearly a hundred years after my death. Yes, in the Romish church history.

I am now in the Celestial Heavens where are those who have received the New Birth.

I will not write more tonight. I merely wanted to write and I had never before written through mortals.

So I will say goodnight.

Your sister in Christ,
St. Camelia

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Amoulomol, an Ancient Spirit, Writes a Short Note that He Lived at the North Pole When it was Green and Warm

August 31, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Amoulomol.

I was an inhabitant of a land that no longer exists and is entirely forgotten by human history. It was at the North Pole, and I lived there when everything was beautiful and green and warm. Yes, thousands of years ago.

I live in the sphere where my people live. I am very happy with them.

I was a white man and lived in a city where we had all conveniences and comforts. So you don't believe me, but it is true.

I will do so.


Friday, November 2, 2012

Helen Writes That Jesus is With James Padgett Quite Often and Writes of Her Meeting the Beautiful and Bright Spirit, Amon (Eve)

August 30, 1915
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, Helen.

Well, my dear old Ned, you must stop writing for tonight as you have written a long time.

I am so glad that you are now in such good condition of faith and love, and feel so close to God and so near to the Master. It certainly is wonderful how he loves you and clings to you and tries to help and influence you for good. We are all surprised at his love for you and he does not seem to grow impatient that you sometimes seem not to care whether he loves you or not, but such is his great love.

Oh, my dear, you must love him more and get closer to him and trust him with all your heart and mind, for I, your own Helen, tell you that he is with you very much and loves you more than you can possibly conceive to be true. He is trying to help you spiritually and he will succeed.

Well, she (Amon/Eve) was a beautiful and bright spirit, more so than most any of the spirits that I have seen from the higher spheres. She talked to me for a while and told me that she was the first mother, and that I was one of her children. She has a wonderful portion of the Divine Love and seemed so grand and loving to me that I am inclined to believe her, but I cannot tell you anything more about her as I never saw her before. But I heard the Master say that he would tell you sometime about her and you may get a great treat from him.

So goodnight, your loving and true

Thursday, November 1, 2012

An Anonymous Spirit Writes That He Believed Jesus was God, But He Learned the Truth When He Met Jesus Face to Face.

August 30, 1915 
Received by James Padgett
Washington, D.C.

I am here, the spirit of one who when on earth was a believer in the divinity of Jesus and in his being one of the three parts of the Godhead, co-equal with the Father and with the Holy Spirit.

This belief I died in and, as a consequence, when I came to the spirit world, I was disappointed and also surprised to find that Jesus is not God, but a spirit made like the rest of the inhabitants of that world though infinitely more beautiful and possessed in a very much larger degree of the Divine Nature of the Father.

I did not believe that this was true until a long time after I entered the spirit world, for my old beliefs clung to me, and while I did not find myself in Heaven singing psalms and playing on harps as the Bible taught, yet I was not very happy and was not in much darkness, and I settled down to the belief that the state in which I found myself was the one that I should probably remain in until the great day of judgment and the general resurrection of those who had died.

But after a while I met spirits who said they were from a higher sphere, and who told me that there is no such thing as a fixed state in the spiritual world, and that the day of judgment is every day that I existed as a spirit, and that if I chose to do so I could progress out of my condition into higher spheres where I would find more happiness and light.

Of course, I did not readily believe this, for my old beliefs stayed by me and I continued in my condition of hesitancy for a long time, until at last I had the good fortune to come face to face with the Master, and then I knew that my beliefs were wrong and erroneous. Such a beautiful and bright and loving spirit I had no conception of.

He told me that he was not God, and that he was only a son of the Father, and that I was a son also, and could obtain the Divine Love just as he had obtained it, if I would only pray to the Father and have the necessary faith.

Since then, I have been praying, and my old beliefs about Jesus being God, and the great day of judgment and the resurrection of the dead at the last day have left me, and I am a free spirit possessing the Love of the Father to a considerable extent.

I am not so exalted and bright, and have not the soul development that your band have, but I am progressing and know that the Divine Love of the Father is what we all, spirits and mortals, need to make us one with the Father, and partakers of His Divine Nature and of immortality.

I am a stranger to you, and you must excuse my intruding, but I so desired to write as I have, that when I saw the way open I could not resist the temptation to write.

I am S.B.S. I lived in the City of New York and died many years ago. I am in the Fifth Sphere and am progressing. So thanking you, I will say, goodnight and God bless you.

Your brother in Christ,