The Bible: humanity's friend—and yours!

When struggling with physical illness, we can find refuge and healing in God's Word.

Many people think about read the Bible in its entirety some day but rarely follow through on this resolve, concluding, "It's just too hard for me to understand" or "I need a Bible study class first."

True, some Bibles, such as the King James Version, were translated in a style and using vocabulary less familiar to modern-day readers. I've found, though, that once I get into the King James Version, the language comes alive and I am able to understand it. In fact, the rhythm and richness of the language become enjoyable. I do sometimes refer to a more modern translation or a Bible commentary. Many of these are readily available in bookstores and Christian Science Reading Rooms.

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