Helen sees that James is dissatisfied with two previous discourses.

November 25th, 1918.

Received by James Padgett.

Washington D.C.

I am here, Your own true and loving Helen:

Well, dear, you have had two spirits write you tonight that are not of our band as you may know. They are wise men, though, and what they could say to you might be instructive and desirable to know, but I saw that you were not satisfied with having them write, and they perceived the fact also, and left.

I know that you are disappointed, because some of the higher spirits did not write, but they could not make the necessary rapport and so did not attempt to write. You were not just in the condition.

I would like to write my letter, but you are too much drawn on now to undertake the writing. I want you to permit me to commence early when you are fresh. If you will try to get in condition by tomorrow night, I will certainly come and write. Well that will be satisfactory.

I do not think it best to write more tonight.

Baby is here and sends her love. Love us both and pray to the Father.

Goodnight and God Bless you.

Your own true and loving,