Philippians 4:2-3 (ESV) I entreat Euodia and I entreat Syntyche to agree in the Lord. Yes, I ask you also, true companion, help these women, who have labored side by side with me in the gospel together with Clement and the rest of my fellow workers, whose names are in the book of life.
In these verses, Paul addresses two prominent and influential women in the Philippian church and commands them to be reconciled. He does this by singling them out by name. The word translated entreat means urge, exhort, appeal, implore, beg, plead. Paul fully expects them to agree which literally means to have the same attitude of mind. This is a reference to the body of teaching Paul just gave in 2:1-18 about unity and how it is maintained and achieved. The harmonious agreement Paul demands comes about in the Lord meaning in submission to the Lord or by obeying the Lord.