As He is "a living stone," they are "living stones;" as He is "a precious stone," they are "precious stones."
Ye also, as living stones, are built up into a spiritual house.
Now here we are, living stones in the great stream of time, tumbled about and rubbed one against another.
The only difference is that children are living stones—marble that will last forever.
They, too, are 'living stones,' because they come to the 'Stone' that is 'living.'
One charity doth join all together after the fashion of cement: and the living stones be bound together by the bond of peace.
As 'living stones' they, too, share in the life which flows from Him.
They are lively or living stones, built up into a spiritual house.
It may be supposed it is not a very grand church; but God looks at the living stones, and reads the heart.
And be ye also as living stones, built up into a spiritual house.