Nearly everyone is taught from early childhood to say "Thank you!" If someone gives us a wonderful gift, one we may have been wanting for years, perhaps, wouldn't we feel it incumbent on us to say "Thank you"? Wouldn't we wish to be the one of the ten whom Christ Jesus healed who came back to express gratitude, rather than one of the nine who evidently didn't appreciate his blessing enough to return to give thanks? Those of us who are recipients of the greatest of all gifts, Christian Science, have the joyous privilege of telling others of the great good that has come to us. Mrs.
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