Sometimes us believers (certainly non-believers as well but I will ‘stay in the family’ for a minute) can wind up stalling and instead of becoming people of “the way” (as they called those Christians in the N.T. By the way, they also called them Nazarenes which would be a good name for a denomination or something) or becoming “people of the book” (a term that has been used of Christians over the centuries denoting their tenacity in sticking with the Word of God) we become what I like to call “people of the chair”. It’s probably self-explanatory but “people of the chair” do a lot of sitting. They sit and sit generally in the same spots at church… and they watch others do the adventuresome stuff… and they remember what it used to be like in the ‘old days’… and they kinda settle into their chair and into life. “People of the chair” please listen up. There’s still so much to do. You still have your whole life in front of you. Stop sitting and start moving.
Former president of the "People of the Chair"
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