"I do not write to you because you do not know the truth, but because you do know it." (I John, 2:21)
The interchange, each time more intense between "the living" and "the dead," in general, constitutes a great event for the Evangelical Organizations.
It is not solely a realization for the Spiritist Organizations; it belongs to the entire Christian community.
At this time we notice that here and there, organized dogmatic protest exists; but, the revivification of the truth demands it.
Every acquisition has a price and any renovation encounters spontaneous obstacles.
The day will come when the various subdivisions of Evangelism will comprehend the divine finality of the new concert.
The movement of spiritual interchange between the two spheres widens each day. The devotion demonstrated by the discarnates provokes the attention of the incarnates.
The Lord permitted a worldwide Pentecost for the readjustment of the eternal reality.
It is worthwhile to notice that the moving and motivating voices from on High commonly reiterate formulas of the Revelation and recall the wisdom of Earth intent on extracting the most respectable concepts regarding life.
It is at this point that we remember the words of John who sincerely questioned: "Do the dead communicate with the living because individuals ignore the truth?
If the departed once again speak to those that remain, it is because they are aware of the path of Redemption with Jesus, but, they are neither inspired, nor are they encouraged to thresh out a path.
XAVIER, Francisco Cândido. Our Daily Bread. By the Spirit Emmanuel. Spititist Alliance for Books, 2003. Chapter 96.