A lot of Christians are comparable to a lot of things we could think of:

Some are like wheelbarrows—not good unless pushed.

Some are like kites—if you don’t keep a string on them, they fly away.

Some are like footballs—you can’t tell which way they will bounce next.

Some are like trailers—they have to be pulled.

Some are like balloons—full of wind and ready to blow up.

Some are like neon lights—they keep going on and off.

Some are like a good watch—open face, active hands, pure gold, quietly busy and full of good works.