(1 Corinthians 1:27)
It is said that Gainsborough the artist longed also to be a musician. He bought musical instruments of many kinds and tried to play them. He once heard a brilliant violinist bringing ravishing music from his instrument. Gainsborough was charmed and thrown into transports of admiration. He bought the violin on which the master played so marvellously. He thought that if he had the wonderful instrument that he could play too. But he soon learned that the music was not in the violin, but was in the master who played it.