April 22nd, 1917.

Received by James Padgett

Washington D.C.

I am here, Your own true and loving Helen.

Well, dear, the messages have been rather unusual to-night. I mean the messages corroborating what the Master said, and they show you that you must not doubt or lose your faith in what has been written you, not only to-night but in all the past.

You must also see how interested these spirits are in you, and in the work you must do, for otherwise you would never have received such messages.

Each of those whose names are subscribed, actually wrote. I know them all, and saw them sign their names, and with each signature was a prayer that God would bless you, and give you a great abundance of his love. It is all so wonderful, that I am somewhat astonished at this great display of interest in you, and desire that you shall believe.

So, my dear husband, believe with all your soul, and trust in the love of the Master, and his great desire to see you happy and free.

I will not write more to-night, although I had intended to write my personal letter, but you are too tired to receive it. But you know how much I love you and how anxious I am to see you happy and filled with the Father's love.

I love you and want you to love me.

Good-night.Your own true and loving,

Helen