Individually Members of One Another
Wes McAdams   -  

This is one of the passages in which Paul compares the church to the “body” of Christ. He acknowledges our individuality and our diversity, but says, “We, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members of one another” (vs. 5). In other words, we all belong to each other and not only to ourselves. Our gifts, talents, and uniqueness belong to the other members of the body. It does not matter how talented a foot, hand, or finger may be, its talents all belong to the body and not to itself. (Scripture: Romans 12:3-8)