Scientific Rebuke of Error

The fourth chapter of Luke relates the occasion when Christ Jesus went from the synagogue to the house of Simon Peter. Simon's wife's mother had been "taken with a great fever" (Luke 4:38) and Jesus' help was enlisted in her behalf. Luke's description of the manner in which the Master treated the case is meaningful to the one solving a problem according to the rules of Christian Science. The account declares that Jesus "rebuked the fever" (Luke 4:39), whereupon recovery was immediate.

Mary Baker Eddy, the beloved Discoverer and Founder of the Science of Christianity, includes in "No and Yes" (p. 30) a declaration of the truth which is so plain that all may understand the spiritual method by which Jesus rebuked the claims of disease and accomplished instantaneous healings. The statement reads. "God's law is in three words. 'I am All;' and this perfect law is ever present to rebuke any claim of another law."

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