Walk Worthy of Your Calling


1. How does Paul describe himself in Ephesians 4:1?

2. According to Ephesians 4:2, how are believers to walk?

3. What is our motivation for the walk worthy of the vocation to which we have been called?

4. In verse 3, what did the Apostle Paul say would be the result of such a walk?

5. Using Ephesians 4:4-6, list seven aspects of spiritual unity.

6. An admirer once asked Leonard Bernstein, celebrated orchestra conductor, what was the hardest instrument to play. He replied without hesitation: "Second fiddle. I can always find plenty of first violinists, but to find one who will play second violin with as much enthusiasm or second French horn or second flute, now that's a problem."

Based on our verses for this lesson, what would the Apostle Paul say is the root of the problem?

7. If we discipline ourselves to walk in the way Paul described in Ephesians 4;1-3, that will actually be enough to walk our way into heaven. (Thought question)
  Explain your answer.

8. Find another scripture that admonishes us to treat others with kindness and patience.
Continue to Chapter 2