True Gospel Revealed Anew By Jesus. Volume 4

Mary says that if she were a mortal she would rather possess the power to help spirits that needed help than the riches of the richest man in the world.

Received by James Padgett

Washington D.C.


I am here, Mary Kennedy.

I am so glad that you let this last spirit write, for he was unhappy and pitiable, and so much wanted relief that your guide could not refuse to let him write; and besides, Helen said he should write, and I just kissed her, for I wanted him to write also. It is such a grand thing: to have the power to help these spirits, and if I were a mortal I would rather possess that power than have the riches of the richest man in the world. The good done never ceases in its influence; it is like the pebble that is thrown in the pond, that starts the first little ripple which keeps expanding and increasing until the whole pond becomes ripples, for I must tell you that these dark spirits when they find the light, help others, and their influence is beyond estimation.

The dark spirits who have recently become rescued from their darkness seem to get in closer rapport with those left behind, and to have more influence in convincing them that there is a way in which they can find relief and happiness.

Well, you see I can be a little serious, even if my sweetheart is present, just wishing that he could hear from me, for that is what he has been wishing all evening, and if he says he has not, don’t believe him, but pray for him, as he will need it if he tells such a fib as that.

Tell him that I am very happy and have listened with much interest and enjoyment to your conversation tonight, for I could not only hear the words spoken, but could see the workings of his soul and know that the Love was there doing its work of greatness. I am also progressing as I told you in my last letter, and if I could only tell you of my increased happiness I would do so, and I know that he would feel the benefit of its influence.

Tonight I would like to write a longer letter and tell him something that I so much desire to do, but it is not best for me to do so, as you are somewhat tired, as Helen says.

So I will stop, but he must know that I love him with all my heart and soul, and never cease trying to make him happy.

Oh, yes. I heard what you said about the great blessing of having the love of a soulmate who has the Divine Love in her soul, and I want to say that, while you have some idea of what it means, yet you cannot fully comprehend the great significance of the Love, and the great blessing that comes to you from having such Love. He has his soulmate and she loves him with all the power of that love, which as you say is next to the Divine Love.

So believe that I am your friend and his soulmate,