The Padgett Messages

the gospel revealed anew by Jesus and the Apostles

Jesus confirms Luke's message and that he is the representative of the Father to help His work on earth.

September 30th, 1915

Received by James Padgett.

Washington D.C.

I am here, Jesus:

Well, my dear brother and disciple, I am so glad that you are feeling so much better tonight and that your worries are not pressing so hard upon you as they were. What you received from Luke in his last message is true. The climax of your troubles have been reached, and from now onward you will find that relief will come to you, and that very soon you will commence to do that which will bring you such relief from your obligations that you will get into condition to do my work, and to give up your professional cares and devote your whole time to receiving the truths which shall save mankind from their sins and show them the way to the Father's Love and to immortality.

I will not write much tonight, but only say with all the emphasis of a conviction which knowledge gives me, that you will soon be free, and that you must believe, and must have faith in the Father's love and care for you, and must trust me with all the faith of your being, for I am the Jesus that represents the Father in all his works and plans for the salvation of man and for the redemption of the world from sin.

I am not the Father which the book that you have been reading says. I am not, but am the beloved son of the Father, and I have given to me all the power, and love, and knowledge which the Father thought best for me to have; and no other spirit has such a Gift conferred upon him.

So, trusting in my love, let your faith increase, and your worries leave you.

With all my love, I am your brother and friend,