“Let us all feel, dear brethren, that, though we have each one a work to do, and are personally
fitted to do it, we are not the only workers in the world.
Brother, you are not the only lamp
to enlighten earth’s darkness, you are not the only sower to sow the field of the world with the good
seed, you are not the only trumpet through which God proclaims His jubilee, yours is not the only
hand by which He feeds the multitudes.
You are only one member of this mystic body, one
soldier of the grand army . . .
Brethren, we are not alone.”