November 18th, 2011
Received by FAB
I am here, Victor Summers.
I want to write you a message. I can do it, even though I have
I can only think now of this beautiful place, more beautiful than
I ever imagined. I am not dwelling on my sins, though I know I have
them. This place is so very beautiful. No spirit can think of sin
in such a heavenly place. The transition is unbelievable, beyond
anything I have imagined. I am settling in, with relatives and friends.
Yes, you may share this with Roberta.
When you've been sick like me, it's indescribable to attempt to
explain the feeling of overwhelming relief that all that trouble
is gone forever.
I intend to channel many messages to you, and I see that you are
willing and able. I felt you are a gift, but I don't think I saw
the half of it.
That's all I wish to say now. God Bless you. God Is Great, and
God Is Love.
Victor Summers passed over on the 17th November 2011. He was born
on the 22nd November 1954. He played an intriguing role in the history
of the various churches some thirty years ago. After the passing
of Rev. John Paul Gibson, a number of people gathered in Washington
to help grow the church movement. One of those was Victor. He took
up the position as head of the Foundation Church of the New Birth.
Sadly things did not settle down, and eventually Victor saw fit
to leave Washington, taking with him in his car as many of the originals
of the manuscripts as he could. He kept the original of the prayer,
and also a document containing all the details of Padgett's daily
dairy. The rest of the manuscripts he left with close friends.
Victor subsequently, in about 2001 started matching the messages
that were undated in the four volumes of True Gospel Revealed Anew
by Jesus with the dates he had. He later shared that with H. R.,
and eventually a copy of this was passed onto myself. While Victor
was not best pleased that this information had been "released"
he later accepted it and published his copy of the Padgett Diary
on the web. This action has resulted in our current ability to publish
the messages in date order, which is probably the most significant
event since Dr Stone's publishing of the initial volumes.