A Cross Reference of Scriptural Quotations Found in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy

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This list is from Ascending Pages in Science and Health to the Biblical Passage

For example:

21:2 1 have fought a good fight....I have kept the faith,- II Timothy 4:7
22: 11 Work out your own salvation, Philippians 2:12
22:13 Occupy till I come!-Luke 19:13
22: 14 be not weary in well doing.-II Thessalonians 3:13
23:15 Faith without works is dead.-James 2:26
23: 26 own salvation, with fear and trembling. - Philippians 2:12
23:27 Lord, I believe; help thou mine unbelief!-Mark 9: 24
23:29 Believe....and thou shalt be saved! - Acts 16:3 1

Its easy to use:

Simply look up the page youre on in Science and Health from the list and you will be immediately directed to the Quotation, Chapter and Verse eliminating the need to first go to the Concordance, find the key word, then go to the Bible to find the passage.

 

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Acerca del autor (2004)

James Lane, a life long Christian Scientist, compiled this "Cross Reference" to quicken the search from a Bibical Quotation found in Science and Health to the actual Bible Verse to make further study of that passage more clear.

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