"Is The Church A Zoo?"
Some church members are as stubborn as a mule
about doing church work,
but as sly as a fox in their own business deals.
Some are as busy as a bee in spreading the latest gossip,
but as quiet as a mouse to spreading the gospel of Christ.
Many are as blind as a bat to see the needs of others,
but have eyes of a hawk to see the faults of a few.
Some are as eager as a beaver about a barbecue,
but as lazy as a dog about the prayer meetings.
Some will roar like a lion when things do not go
just to suit them,
but they are as gentle as a lamb when they need
the preacher of the church.
Some are as noisy as a blue jay when calling
on the church for advice,
but as timid as a kitten about talking to the lost
and as slow as a snail about visiting absentees and shut-ins.
Many are night owls on Saturday nights,
but "bed bugs" Sunday mornings,
and as scarce as hen's teeth on Wednesday nights.
A blind man was discovered sitting at the corner
of a city street with a lantern beside him.
When he was asked why the lantern was there
since light and darkness were the same to him,
"I have it so that no one may stumble over me."
What a message for Christians who have the light!
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