True Gospel Revealed Anew By Jesus. Volume 4

Mary is so glad that Leslie is doing such a glorious work in helping the dark spirits to come out of the darkness, by telling them the Truth.

Received by James Padgett

Washington D.C.


I am here, Mary Kennedy.

Well, I am here and ready to write, as you may suppose. I have been present all the evening in hope you would give me the opportunity to write, and when Leslie started to leave I was so afraid that he would do without my opportunity, and Helen saw that I wanted to write so much and impressed you with the thought that you must give me the opportunity; and when you took the pencil in hand I was just about to take hold when Mr. Plummer came and requested that he be allowed to write a few lines, and of course I had to give way and let him do so, and then came the poor suffering spirit, and you know that I could not stand in the way of her writing.

She went off with Kate, who heard your request, and I hope that the sufferer will find relief and I know she will, for Kate is so full of love and sympathy that the spirit will have to open up her heart and beliefs.

Well, there are many things I would like to write tonight, but I see that you have been somewhat drawn on by these other spirits and I don’t think it is wise to tax you very much, though I know that you are always willing to have me write through you.

Leslie knows that I love him and that I am with him so very much and enjoy hearing him talk to the dark spirits who come to him, for there are so many who do so and listen intently to what he tells them, and many of them are greatly benefited; for not only what Leslie says helps them but it places them in such a condition that many of the helping spirits are enabled to get in rapport with these dark ones and tell them of the truths that they need to know in order to lead them into light. I am so glad that he can and is doing such a glorious work, and he would be surprised to know the great number of these spirits who are around him seeking help. Many bright spirits are also with him just for the purpose of helping the dark ones whenever they can gain their confidence sufficient to enable them to tell the truths of Love and Light which are so necessary.

Well, I will not write more now, but only say that I enjoy the letters which my soulmate writes me and that he must never cease to do so. I love him with all my heart and soul and never let him go to sleep without praying the Father to bless him and make him happy.

I will come again soon and write him a more personal letter. I mean one of those love letters that may sound silly to some except the writer and him for whom it is intended. Thanking you, I will say good night.

Your sister in Christ,

Mary Kennedy.