The Sin of Laziness/Procrastination

Respectable Sins

As we look at the Book of Proverbs and other texts in scripture, we learn what the effects of laziness/procrastination can have on our lives.

Will McIlroyOct 23, 2022Dallas

In This Series (4)
The Sin of Laziness/Procrastination
Will McIlroyOct 23, 2022Dallas
The Sin of Comparison/Jealousy
Reid TownsOct 16, 2022Dallas
The Sin of Selfishness
Parker RobbOct 9, 2022Dallas
The Sin of People-Pleasing
Jonathan LinderOct 2, 2022Dallas


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Read Proverbs 13:4, Mark 8:34.


  1. Why do you feel like many of us choose to be lazy? Where do you struggle with laziness and procrastination?

  2. Read Proverbs 13:4 again. What do you guys think it means that lazy people want much but get little?

  3. We often choose comfort over challenges. What do you think that means? Where do you see this most often in your life?

  4. Based on Mark 8:34, what do you think it means to take up your cross and follow me?


Read Proverbs 26:13-14, Hebrews 12;11.


  1. How can you fight laziness on a daily basis?

  2. What do you think laziness shows us about our hearts? (desire of comfort and control)

  3. What are your thoughts on discipline? Do you like it or dislike it? If you do not like it, why is that?

  4. What is one area of your life that you can have more discipline in this week?

About 'Respectable Sins'

Often it is easy to see "big" sins in our lives and know that they are wrong, things like lying, cheating, stealing. In this series we want to open up the Bible to see what it says about sins like people pleasing, selfishness, jealousy, and laziness. There is no sin that is respectable, but culture may try to tell us otherwise. We want to learn how to respond to sin no matter what it might be.