May 28th, 1915.
Received by James Padgett
I am here, your Grandmother.
Well my son, the discourse of the Master is wonderful. Never before has he explained to mortals the real inner truths of immortality and other truths of a kindred nature.
I was somewhat impressed with the earnestness with which he wrote and the great exertion of his thoughts, and love that accompanied his writing. You must study the message earnestly, for in it are truths which appear nowhere else that I am aware of. Oh, the great blessings of the Father to his children! How thankful we should be that we live in a time when this Great Gift has been restored to mankind, and have the privilege of partaking of it.
I will not write more tonight as you are considerably exhausted by your writing.
So, with all my love and best wishes for your welfare, I am your loving grandmother,