Received by James Padgett
I am here, your own true and loving Helen.
Well my dear Ned, I see that you are very happy tonight and I join in your happiness, for the source of both our happiness is the same - the Great Divine Love of the Father. How loving He is and how thankful we should be that we not only have the privilege of receiving this Love, but that we know the way as the Master has taught. Oh, wonderful is this Love and more wonderful that little, insignificant creatures as are we, should have the way pointed out to us by which we can obtain this Love. The Father is good and his Love is without stint or limitation in its bestowal on all his children, even on those who do not seek for it with longings of the soul. Always it is waiting for the desires of men to possess, and, as you know, never is the man who earnestly seeks for it, disappointed. Love is the one Great Gift of the Father which all may obtain, and only man, himself, can prevent this Love transforming his soul from the condition of the mortal to that of the immortal.
With all my love,
Your own true and loving