Parallel Verses

An Understandable Version

In the same way, though we [Christians] are many, we are one [spiritual] body in [fellowship with] Christ, and each one of us is part of [all] the others.

New American Standard Bible

so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another.

King James Version

So we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another.

Holman Bible

in the same way we who are many are one body in Christ and individually members of one another.

International Standard Version

In the same way, even though we are many people, we are one body in the Messiah and individual parts connected to each other.

A Conservative Version

so we, the many, are one body in Christ, and each one body-parts of each other.

American Standard Version

so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and severally members one of another.

Amplified

so we, who are many, are [nevertheless just] one body in Christ, and individually [we are] parts one of another [mutually dependent on each other].

Anderson New Testament

so we, the many, are one body in Christ, and members one of another.

Bible in Basic English

So we, though we are a number of persons, are one body in Christ, and are dependent on one another;

Common New Testament

so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another.

Daniel Mace New Testament

so we who are many, make all but one body in Christ, and every member subservient to one another.

Darby Translation

thus we, being many, are one body in Christ, and each one members one of the other.

Godbey New Testament

so we, being many, are one body in Christ, and members one of another.

Goodspeed New Testament

so, many as we are, we form one body through union with Christ, and we are individually parts of one another.

John Wesley New Testament

So we being many are one body in Christ, and every one members of each other.

Julia Smith Translation

So we, the many, are one body in Christ, and the members for one another.

King James 2000

So we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another.

Lexham Expanded Bible

in the same way we who are many are one body in Christ, and {individually} members of one another,

Modern King James verseion

so we the many are one body in Christ, and each one members of one another.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

So we, being many, are one body in Christ - and every man, among ourselves, one another's members.

Moffatt New Testament

so too, for all our numbers, we form one Body in Christ and we are severally members one of another.

Montgomery New Testament

so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and we are severally members of one another.

NET Bible

so we who are many are one body in Christ, and individually we are members who belong to one another.

New Heart English Bible

so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another.

Noyes New Testament

so we, though many, form one body in Christ, and each of us is a member of it in common with the rest.

Sawyer New Testament

so we, the many, are one body in Christ, and each one members one of another;

The Emphasized Bible

So, we, the many, are one body in Christ, yet, severally, members one of another.

Thomas Haweis New Testament

so we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one reciprocally members of each other.

Twentieth Century New Testament

So we, by our union in Christ, many though we are, form but one body, and individually we are related one to another as its parts.

Webster

So we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another.

Weymouth New Testament

so collectively we form one body in Christ, while individually we are linked to one another as its members.

Williams New Testament

so we, though many, are united in one body through union with Christ, and we are individually parts of one another.

World English Bible

so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another.

Worrell New Testament

so we, being many, are one body in Christ, and severally members one of another.

Worsley New Testament

so we who are many, are one body in Christ, and every one members of each other.

Youngs Literal Translation

so we, the many, one body are in Christ, and members each one of one another.

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
So
οὕτω 
Houto 
Usage: 146

we
ἐσμέν 
Esmen 
Usage: 50

πολύς πολλός 
Polus 
Usage: 292

are
ἐσμέν 
Esmen 
Usage: 50

one
εἷς 
heis 
εἷς 
heis 
one, a, other, some, not tr,
one, a, other, some, not tr,
Usage: 188
Usage: 188

σῶμα 
Soma 
Usage: 123

in
ἐν 
En 
in, by, with, among, at, on, through,
Usage: 2128

Χριστός 
christos 
Usage: 557

and
δέ 
De 
but, and, now, then, also, yet, yea, so, moreover, nevertheless, for, even, , not tr
Usage: 2184

κατά 
Kata 
according to, after, against, in, by, daily , as,
Usage: 428

μέλος 
melos 
Usage: 32

Devotionals

Devotionals about Romans 12:5

Devotionals containing Romans 12:5

References

American

Easton

Images Romans 12:5

Context Readings

A Variety Of Gifts In The Body Of Christ

4 For there are many parts to a single human body and all of these parts do not have the same function. 5 In the same way, though we [Christians] are many, we are one [spiritual] body in [fellowship with] Christ, and each one of us is part of [all] the others. 6 And we [all] have different gifts, in harmony with the unearned favor [God has] shown us. If our gift is the ability to prophesy [i.e., to speak for God], we should make use of this gift in harmony with the amount of faith we have.


Cross References

1 Corinthians 10:17

Inasmuch as there is one loaf of bread that we all share, we who are many make up one body [of believers].

1 Corinthians 12:20

But the way it is, there are many parts, but one body.

Ephesians 4:25

So then, put away lying and [Zech 8:16], "Each one should speak truthfully with his neighbor," because we are parts of one another [i.e., in the one body].

Romans 12:4

For there are many parts to a single human body and all of these parts do not have the same function.

1 Corinthians 10:33

For even I myself [try] to please everyone in every way, and not to look out [just] for my own good, but [also] for the good of many people, so that they may be saved.

1 Corinthians 12:12-14

For [just] as the human body is one [unit], made up of many parts, and all the many parts make up a single body, so it is with Christ. [Note: Just as a human body is a single unit, and Christ is a single being, so the members of His body, the church, constitute one body. See verses 27-28].

1 Corinthians 12:27-28

Now you people are the [spiritual] body of Christ and each one of you is an individual part of it.

Ephesians 1:23

which is His [spiritual] body. The church is completely filled by Christ [or, "Christ is completely filled by God"], who completely fills everything in every way.

Ephesians 5:23

For the husband is the [spiritual] head over his wife, just as Christ is also the [spiritual] head over the church, since He is the Savior of the body.

Ephesians 5:30

because we are parts of His [spiritual] body.

Colossians 1:24

Now I rejoice in [spite of] my sufferings for your sake, and I am filling up [i.e., completing] in my physical body what was lacking in the afflictions Christ endured for His body's sake, the church.

Colossians 2:19

He is not holding on [firmly] to the head [i.e., Christ, the head of the church], from whom the entire body, being nourished and supported by its ligaments and joints, is caused to grow in size by God.

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