IDLENESS is a troubling source to the body of believers.

What are we disciples supposed to learn from this? In 1st and 2nd Thessalonians Paul is encouraging the church to get back on track and not let lazy people disrupt, discourage, or embitter the group. He exhorts them not to grow weary in doing good -- only to grow wiser.

To Summarize it briefly. --- We are called to be about the WORK of the LORD; therefore, idleness opens the door for them to be about the work of SATAN.

This is a great warning!
Being disorderly covers all areas of the believer’s life, morally being LAZY does not build up the body of believers, and it opens the door to tearing down.

What is our Christian duty?
We are called to be a witness to the lost, those who walk disorderly, however, we are to make sure we do not think more highly of ourselves than those who walk disorderly, for if it wasn't for the grace of God, we too could be as those who have chosen to walk disorderly.

God wants to use you! He has chosen you for the purpose of doing great things for Him. In Ephesians 2:10 it says, "For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them." God already has plans for you. He wants you to listen to His calling and make yourself available to serve. Not only that, He expects you to use the gifts He has given you.