55. R.G. Ingersol

The Master Was Glorious As He Wrote The Prayer

.    I am here, R.G. Ingersoll;
    I am here and desire to say with all the emphasis of words and soul that the Master wrote you and gave you the prayer which he said was the only prayer that was needful to bring into the soul of a man the divine love.
He was glorious! And it is not surprising that you felt the influence of his presence and love; and I, whom have so recently experienced what this love is, tell you that your feelings were real, and that this love is present, and that we spirits felt it as well as you two mortals.
    Astonishing to us, as to you, is the power of this love and the greatness of the Master, for with him seems to come the influence of the very Father Himself. How thankful I am that I found the way to this love, and it found its way to my soul! What a loving Father, and what a tender Master to teach us of this great gift.
    I could not restrain myself from writing, as the opportunity came to testify of this love and of the Master. And I felt that as I had so often declared on earth that there was no such thing, I must now and always when the occasion arises, declare the truth of the divine love and the Holy Spirit and the glorious Jesus.
    I must not write more tonight, so believe that it is I who writes, and that I can with all the certainty of life declare that I am- 
    Your brother in Christ, Ingersoll

*Robert Green Ingersoll (1833-99) Famous exponent of agnosticism.