WHAT DOES THE WORD "IDLE" MEAN IN OUR DAILY LANGUAGE.
36. AND I SAY TO YOU THAT EVERY IDLE WORD MEN SPEAK, THEY SHALL GIVE AN ACCOUNT OF IT IN THE YOM OF JUDGEMENT.37. FOR BY YOUR WORDS YOU SHALL BE DECLARED RIGHTEOUS, AND BY YOUR WORDS YOU SHALL BE DECLARED UNRIGHTEOUS.
This explanation below gives a good understanding of idle behaviour.
idle /ˈʌɪd(ə)l/ Learn to pronounce adjective 1. (of a person) avoiding work; lazy. "idle students" synonyms: lazy, indolent, slothful, work-shy, shiftless, loafing, inactive, inert, sluggish, lethargic, languorous, listless, torpid; remiss, negligent, slack, lax, lackadaisical, impassive, good-for-nothing, do-nothing; leisurely; informalbone idle; archaicfainéant; rareotiose "an idle fellow" 2. without purpose or effect; pointless. "he did not want to waste valuable time in idle chatter" synonyms: frivolous, trivial, trifling, minor, petty, foolish, lightweight, shallow, superficial, insignificant, unimportant, worthless, valueless, pointless, paltry, niggling, peripheral, without depth, inane, fatuous, senseless, meaningless, purposeless, unnecessary, time-wasting "he didn't indulge in idle remarks or mere social chit-chat" verb verb: idle; 3rd person present: idles; past tense: idled; past participle: idled; gerund or present participle: idling 1. spend time doing nothing. "four men were idling outside the shop" synonyms: do nothing, be inactive, vegetate, sit back, take it easy, rest on one's oars, mark time, kick one's heels, twiddle one's thumbs, kill time, languish, laze (around/about), lounge (around/about), loll (around/about), loaf (around/about), slouch (around/about); go to seed, degenerate, moulder, stagnate; informalhang around, veg out; informalhang about, mooch about/around, slummock; informalbum around, bat around/about, lollygag, lay on one's oars "Lily idled on the window seat: she hated Sundays" fritter, while, laze, loiter; pass, spend, use, employ, use up, occupy, take up, fill up, fill in, fill, beguile, expend, devote, waste, dissipate, kill "the men idled their time away on street corners" 2. (of an engine) run slowly while disconnected from a load or out of gear. "Nadine kept the engine idling" synonyms: tick over, run slowly in neutral "he slowed the car at a junction, letting the engine idle"
AS YOU CAN SEE THERE ARE MANY FACETS OF IDLE BEHAVIOUR AND TO HAVE SOMEONE AMONGST YOU, WHO DOES NOT PULL THEIR WEIGHT, CAUSES MUCH CONFUSION AND HURT. IF THEY WILL NOT HELP, BEST TO SPEAK TO THEM THEN IF THEY WILL NOT CHANGE, MOVE THEM ON.
There are many believers who have an idle attitude with no work ethic in spiritual behaviour, they too must be moved on, if they will not change.
MAKE SURE YOU ARE NOT SUFFERING AN IDLE PERSON FOR YOU TOO WILL COME UNDER JUDGEMENT FOR BEING STUPID.