True Gospel Revealed Anew By Jesus. Volume 4

Mary Kennedy has progressed into the same sphere that is inhabited by Mrs. Helen Padgett.

Received by James Padgett.

Washington D.C.


I am here, Mary.

You must not be surprised that I can come to write, for if you could realize that it has been a long time since I wrote, you would excuse my intruding and say: -

Mary, you are entirely welcome to say a few words to the Doctor though he may not deserve them.

Besides Helen says that as I have been such a faithful attendant on my soulmate she thinks I am entitled to write, and says that I shall do so although she (Mr. Padgett’s wife) intended to write you (Mr. Padgett) a long letter tonight.

But she loves me and thinks a great deal of the Doctor and says that a few words from me may make us both happy. So I know that you will be glad to have me write.

Well, I know if he heard what I have just written, the thing that he would say is - that the first thing I am going to tell him is - how much I love him, but I am not, for I know now that I don’t have to tell him as I am so entwined in his heart that he knows it without my telling him, but I somehow must whisper that I do love him. Ain’t I a weak little girl? If he should say so I would feel real hurt.

Well, I am with him so often that I know he realized the fact and can tell when I tickle his ear that I am with him, and I am.

But I have something else to tell him which I know will please him very much, and that is that I am progressing so very rapidly that I am in a higher sphere and hope to work with Helen, and she tells me that I will, as I am so filled with the Father’s Love, that it has made me so bright and glorious that my home will be where she is.

I cannot tell him how happy I am, and how much more love I have in my soul, and how much more love I have for him. This heaven is wonderfully beautiful and glorious, and my home is beyond all description. I wish I could describe it to him, for then he might get some faint idea of what is in store for him in the future when we shall become one in our purified love.

Oh, how thankful I am to the Father that he is on the way and that the love is in his soul, and more is waiting to enter.

He knows the way and at the most it cannot be very long after he comes over until we will be together.

Heaven is more than he or any mortal can conceive of, and even if he were without a soulmate he would be happy beyond all concept, but when he has his soulmate with him as he will have, then the happiness that will come to him will be more than any but a celestial can endure.

I am so happy that I can tell him this, and I know that he will be happy in my happiness.He must try to think of me as I now am, and if I can I will come to him in vision, so that he may get some idea of what I am.

I will not write more tonight, and in closing will say that I thank you with my sister’s love to you and my soulmate love to him. I will say good night.

Your sister in Christ,