THE FIRST EPISTLE OF PAUL THE APOSTLE TO THE CORINTHIANS - Chapter 12 - Verse 21
Verse 21. And the eye cannot say to the hand, etc. The hand in its
place is as needful as the eye; and the feet as the head. Nay, the eye
and the head could not perform their appropriate functions, or would
be in a great measure useless, but for the aid of the hands and feet.
Each is useful in its proper place. So in the church. Those that
are most talented, and most richly endowed with gifts, cannot say
to those less so, that there is no need of their aid. All are useful in
their place. Nay, those who are most richly endowed could very
imperfectly perform their duties, without the aid and co-operation
of those of more humble attainments.