Paul addressed these precious sisters in the Lord by name concerning some unknown disagreement. These two ladies were not unbelievers, but rather treasured saints who had both worked closely with Paul in establishing the Church in Philippi…possibly charter members & even deaconesses. But now sadly their silly feud threatened to split the Church. Paul asked them, with the help from fellow Believers in the Church, “to agree with each other in the Lord.” In other words, to put aside their differences and become like-minded. (Philippians 2:2) To look beyond their petty bickering and become one in Spirit, purpose, and affection that gladly honors the other…equally yoked together and pulling in the same direction for the sake of the Gospel.