"Provoke unto love"

In the book of Hebrews we read, "Consider one another to provoke unto love." This amounts to an injunction to do everything possible to help one another to practice true Christianity and to do nothing to hinder one another's spiritual advancement.

We might say that the whole practice of Christian Science is based on love for God and for one another. Are not all who apply its teaching constantly considering others and provoking unto love? This love is by no means a passive quality; it calls for constant watchfulness, that one may say or do nothing by word or deed that would put a stumbling-block in the way of another.

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