A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeye's fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from January 24, 2021
“Most people wish to serve God, but only in an advisory capacity”

"Most people want/wish to serve God, but only in an advisory capacity” is a saying that has been printed on many images.

“Most people wish to serve God, but in an advisory capacity only. - Lamplighter“ was printed in The Episcopalian in 1967 (although this Google Books date may be incorrect). “Most people wish to serve God—but in an advisory capacity only” was printed in The Telegraph (Folsom, CA) on November 28, 1979.

“Most people wish to serve God - but only in an advisory capacity” was printed in the book Money Talks, But Mine Just Says Goodbye:
More Bumper Stickers from the Information Highway
(1996) by Arthur Goldstuck and William Ramwell. “Most people want to serve God, but only in an advisory capacity” was printed in the North Hills (PA) News Record on March 14, 1997.


Google Books
The Episcopalian
Volume 132
1967
Pg. 47:
Most people wish to serve God, but in an advisory capacity only. - Lamplighter

Newspapers.com
28 November 1979, The Telegraph (Folsom, CA), pg. 3, col. 4 ad:
Most people wish to serve God—but in an advisory capacity only.
(Folsom Sew-Vac.—ed.)

Newspapers.com
3 January 1980, Spokane (WA) Daily Chronicle, “Shop with Sue,” pg. 7, col. 8:
Most people wish to serve God-But in an advisory capacity only.

Newspapers.com
6 September 1981, the Star-News (Imperial Beach, CA), “Holistic healing: Part II” by Jackie Dewey, pg. B-1, col. 5:
And he put it a sardonic note, “Almost everybody truly wants to serve God. But in an advisory capacity only.”
(Spoken by Roy Menninger, M.D>, of the Menninger Foundation of Topeka, KS.—ed.)

Google Books
The Complete Disciple
By Paul W. Powell
Wheaton, IL: Victor Books
1982
Pg. 11:
Most of us want to serve God but in an advisory capacity only.

Google Books
Money Talks, But Mine Just Says Goodbye:
More Bumper Stickers from the Information Highway

By Arthur Goldstuck and William Ramwell
Johannesburg, South Africa: Zebra
1996
Pg. 53:
Most people wish to serve God - but only in an advisory capacity.

Google Books
How to Get Rich-- by the Book:
The 14 Eternal Truths, as Old as Creation, that Still Work in Business and Life Today

By John F. Beehner
Jacksonville, FL: By the Book Publishers
1996
Pg. 53:
Most people wish to serve God . . . But only in an advisory capacity.

Newspapers.com
14 March 1997, North Hills (PA) News Record, “Chance to help others worth more than money” by Fay Morgan, pg. A11, col. 2:
Most people want to serve God, but only in an advisory capacity.

Google Groups: alt.christnet.bible
Christian bumper stickers
fibro97
Mar 31, 2001, 2:58:56 PM
CHRISTIAN BUMPER STICKERS
(...)
* Most people want to serve God, but only in an advisory capacity.

Twitter
Grig Punkie Larson
@punkwalrus
Many are willing to serve God, but only in an advisory capacity.
4:48 PM · Dec 8, 2008·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Rick Pride
@rick_da_pastor
Most people wish to serve God -but only in a advisory capacity.
7:01 AM · Feb 26, 2009·Twitter SMS

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robert
@rmwmavis
Most people want to serve God, but only in an advisory capacity.
9:41 PM · Mar 30, 2009·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Jerry Moyer
@JubileeGang
A lot of people want to serve God......
but only in an advisory capacity.
9:27 AM · Dec 2, 2020 from Ohio, USA·Twitter for iPhone

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