New birth

True Gospel Revealed Anew By Jesus. Volume 4

President McKinley and others in the spirit world are striving to bring an end to the War.

February 8th, 1917

Received by James Padgett.

Washington D.C.

 

I am here, McKinley.

Let me say a word, as I am interested in this great conflict of nations, and especially in the danger that faces my country, and the almost certainty that in a short time the cry of WAR will fill the streets and homes of its inhabitants.

God moves in a mysterious way His wonders to perform, and this war will result in the wonder - if it may be called such - of many of the inhabitants of the earth seeking a way of a closer union with the Father. Lives will be sacrificed but souls will be saved, and men will realize that they are brothers of one Father, and that love, only, must rule, and that war must cease forever.

The spirit world is interested in this great conflict, and spirits are striving to open up the souls of the rulers of the nations in conflict and influence them to bring an end to the fearful carnage that is now destroying so many of God’s children. The suffering, though, will yet be great before the end shall be accomplished, and many men will become spirits before the dove of peace will leave the ark of refuge and see the dry land. Nations shall fall, and some shall cease to exist; but at least the truth of the fellowship of man and the Fatherhood of God will be established.

But men must work its harvest, and the reaping must continue until there shall not remain in men’s hearts any desire for war or the satisfying of unholy ambitions. We in spirit see this and are striving to bring the great calamity to its ending. God will not cease to love His children. Even though those children forget Him and murder their brothers.

I have finished, but through the gloom of desolation and ruin I see the rainbow of hope and the end of strife. May all men learn the fact that God is Love, and that they are His children, and will soon realize the truth of His Love.

I must stop.

Your brother in Christ,

McKinley.

 

Note: A facetious commentator has remarked that McKinley must have been very prescient in 1917 to realise there would be a second world war, since at that time it was not referred to as World War I. One would have thought it obvious that the original title above was added by the publisher in 1972 by which time the Second World War was indeed long complete and it was advisable to note which war was being referred to. But I guess even those skilled in the ways of books can avoid the obvious answer, so I have now edited the title to remove this point of objection.