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GOSPEL OF DIVINE LOVE - Revealed by Jesus

by James E. Padgett

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Can beliefs be healed that were created in error? Of course they can, and this is precisely why Jesus returned to give these messages to mankind. He did this in order to show the truths he taught 2,000 years ago. Yes, he did return; and rather than take time to show the many errors in the Bible, Jesus instead presents what he really said and meant. Read this book and investigate the central message of Jesus revealed anew today. The core teaching of Jesus is that it is the will of our Heavenly Father to give the great gift of His Divine Love. Learn what this means and how this love may change your life. This book is a new compilation of selected spirit writings from a larger collection generally known as the Padgett Messages. James Padgett received these messages between 1914 and 1920; and though they were delivered by the spirit world nearly a century ago, the reader will discover that they remain relevant and true today.

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