Mrs. Perry writes about the condition of her son’s soul.

February 16th, 1917

Received by James Padgett.

Washington D.C.

I am here, Mrs. Perry:

I have heard what Mr. Taggart has just said, and I feel that I must also come and tell you that my son has had his mind and soul opened to the truth, and that now he is rid of the awful belief that held him in darkness, and is praying to the Father with all the earnestness of his soul.

Oh, my friend, how can I ever thank you enough for what you did? I cannot, but I can pray for you, and I will with all the earnestness of my soul, and I know the Father will bless you.

So good night, and God bless you.

Your friend,

Mrs. Perry