THE Thirteenth chapter of Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians has been called the "Iliad of the Epistles," and well might it be so called. It is a sublime panegyric on love—love, "that worketh no ill to his neighbor—love that vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up; "the love that we as Christian Scientists should manifest toward each other and to the world, even to those who are not of our "household of faith," for are we not all brethren? Even so then, should we cherish this thought of brotherly love to all, whether bond or freeman.
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