Expressions of Gratitude

There are earnest students of Christian Science who would not for an instant permit other forms of error to go unrebuked, who unprotestingly accept mortal mind's suggestion that they cannot give expression to gratitude in the Wednesday evening testimony meetings. Now error is always error in whatever form it presents itself, and it should be unceasingly resisted until destroyed.

Is the suggestion of fear which would preclude expression of gratitude for healing any the less an error to be met than a suggestion of sickness, or lack, or sorrow, or some form of sin? In the former case it claims power to prevent the discharge of the natural function of expression; in the latter case so-called mortal mind claims the ability to express some form of discord.

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