July 8th, 1918
Received by James Padgett.
I am here, your own true and loving Helen.
Well dear, I am glad that you are feeling better tonight, and hope
that you may continue to grow better and not let thoughts of things
which tend to make you despondent take possession of you.
I have been with you a great deal today, and saw how you felt and
how far away we all seemed from you, and how much you wished that
Baby might be with you, and I tried to comfort you and cause you
to obtain relief from your gloomy feelings, and I know that I helped
Baby was with me and tried to tell you not to worry about her,
but to believe that she is very happy and loves you more than when
she was on earth. She is now getting into the light which the possession
of some of the love gives and is quite happy and longing and praying
with all her soul. She realizes that she did not lose anything by
coming to the spirit world, not even, as she says, lose being with
you, and you must try to bring this thought to you as an actual,
Jesus has written you a loving letter,
and he knows just what your condition is and how much you needed
his sympathy and love. He has not yet talked or appeared to Baby,
but says he will soon, and then I know she will become very, very
happy, for he brings happiness to all those to whom he comes with
his great love. I mean those who recognize and believe that he is
So sweetheart, do not despond any longer or let your faith in us
and our love grow weaker, for we do love you more than we can tell
you, and so want you to be happy and free from worry. I will not
write longer now, and suggest that you soon go to bed and get your
sleep. Good night, my dear husband.
Your own true and loving,
Baby says, love her too, and believe that she loves you with all
her heart and is happy and wants you to know it. Good night,