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Error cannot get into the kingdom.!

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Announcements Forums Reality — September 25th, 2022 Error cannot get into the kingdom.!

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    KarenM
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    Mrs. Eddy in Divinity Course and General Collectanea (the Blue Book) page 25 says about the kingdom “In balancing a pencil on the finger, if you put anything on one side you take from the other. God is infinite, All, and has no opposite. Then the way to do is, to hold with God; if not what have we? Nothing. We must give up all for Christ, Truth; and not say, I have bought a farm, or a yoke of oxen, or married a wife and cannot come. One and one are two; you cannot deviate from the law of God, or take the opposite of what the Scriptures say and have a correct result. Error cannot get into the kingdom, so we divest ourselves of it. We must hold with God alone.”

    That really leaves no excuses for error of any kind.

    Thank you for this splendid lesson. I am so grateful for our lessons, they are so powerful.

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