The Bible in our lives

My first remembered encounter with the Bible was when I was in my teens and feeling ill. I’ve never forgotten my mother’s remedy. She read to me from the Bible, and as she read, the fever broke.

In the years since then, the Bible has become more and more important in my life. I read it every day—often with another book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, whose author, Mary Baker Eddy, treasured the Bible from childhood. She cited it as her “only authority” in her work as Discoverer of Christian Science, and she called it “the chart of life, where the buoys and healing currents of Truth are pointed out” (Science and Health, pp. 126 , 24 ).  

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