While all those things are good to do, the verse I mentioned specifies to walk worthy of God, meaning that we should serve God in gratitude for what He’s given us.  He has allowed us to freely enter heaven, so our actions should be a gift of thanks, and we should also live in a way that correlates with our claim of being His children.  Who does Paul claim hindered him at the end of chapter 2?

-Satan-

-The Pharisees-

-Caesar-

-No one-

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