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The unremarked, unnoticedthoughtfulness,the unsung, honest workfrom day to dayis Eucharist—as much as Sunday worshipon reverent knee—as we recognize in deedsof loving ordinarinessand faithfulnessa measure of the sacred Christlinessthat washes another's feet.
Now, customary labor becomesdiscipleship;unselfed, unheadlined service—surpassing worldly judgmentof its worth—discloses grace.
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