Helen is pleased the preacher’s mother could write.

September 2nd, 1917.

Received by James Padgett.

Washington D.C.

I am here, your own true and loving, Helen:

Well dear, you have received a message from the preacher’s mother (Mrs Mitchell) who was so anxious to write. She is very happy, and believes that her son will have an awakening to the truth and put aside his dogmatic beliefs.

I was with you at church and was very happy, because I saw that you were happy. The Master was there as you realized in all his love and soothing influence, and was pleased that the preacher delivered the sermon as he did. Many of the audience were affected by what was said and their souls responded to the truths told them by the preacher, and they experienced a feeling of love that made them happy.

I see that you are sleepy and I will not write more. Only continue to think of these spiritual things and pray to the Father, and you will find the love increasing more and more in your soul.

So love me and believe that I love you.

Goodnight, my dear one.

Your own true and loving,