Saturday, September 27, 2008

Quote No. XIX

"If then our common life in Christ yields anything to stir the heart, any loving consolation, any sharing of the Spirit, any warmth of affection or compassoin, fill up my cup of happiness by thinking and feeling alike, with the same love for one another, the same turn of mind, and a common care for unity. Rivalry and personal vanity should have no place among you, but you should humbly reckon others better than yourself. You must look to each other's interest and not merely to your own." -- St. Paul, Philippians 2:1-4 (New English Bible).

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