A Lazy Person
Any person who is described as being lazy.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
LAZINESS — inactivity, idleness, or a refusal to work—a condition condemned by many biblical writers. “Because of laziness the building decays,” wrote the author of Ecclesiastes, “and through idleness of hands the house leaks” (Eccl. 10:18). The New Testament speaks of a “wicked and lazy servant” (Matt.
A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels: Aaron–Zion
INDOLENCE.—The spirit of Christ’s religion is inimical to indolence in the sphere of business (Lk 16:11, Mt 24:48, 23:26), but more especially indolent Christianity is salt without savour (Mt 5:13). Not only is a state of salvation hard to maintain (Mt 7:14), but perfection is to be aimed at (5:48).