"We who are strong ought to bear
the infirmities of the weak, and not to please ourselves. When we meet
with a weak brother, as to grace or knowledge, our natural tendency
is to say, Oh, he is a weak one. The carnal mind says, Put him aside.
But the Word of the blessed Lord 2 says, Bear the infirmities of the
weak. If I am strong, let me prove my strength by putting my shoulder
to the burden. If I cannot bear with the weakness of my brother it is
a plain proof that I am a weak one myself."