If you fulfill the royal law according to the scripture, You shall love your neighbor as yourself, you do well:…
We may think that great workers must be so absorbed as to forget others. Not so with Turner. A painter had sent in a picture to the Academy. In opposition to the rest of the hanging committee, Turner insisted, "We must find a good place for this young man's picture." "Impossible I impossible! No room!" was the decision. Turner said no more, but quietly removed one of his own pictures and hung up the other in its place. On another occasion, when his picture of Cologne was hung between two portraits, their painter complained that Turner's bright sky had thrown his pictures into the shade. At the private view, an acquaintance of Turner's, who had seen the "Cologne" in all its splendour, led some friends to see the picture. He started back in amazement. The golden sky had become dim, and the glory was gone. He ran up to the artist," Turner, Turner! what have you been doing?" "Oh," whispered Turner, "poor Lawrence was so unhappy! It's only lampblack, it will all wash off after the exhibition." It was only a wash of lampblack over his sky; but in the doing of this deed his character was lit up with a glory all his own.
Parallel VersesKJV: If ye fulfil the royal law according to the scripture, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself, ye do well: