When people join an organization, they subscribe to its goals and agree to live by its rules and standards. Membership in the body of Christ also demands certain conduct. If Christians fail to conform to the pattern of the body, it is not because they lack guidelines rather they lack love, for love fulfills the Law. Therefore, the true Chrisian’s response to their high position must be a humble, lowly walk. As believers we should be loyal to our calling in Christ no matter what the circumstances. In Ephesians 4:1, Paul challenges the reader to walk worthy of his calling – no matter what the price. Our vocation in this verse is not our job, profession or career, but rather our calling to salvation. The word “Walk” here in Ephesians 4:1 describes the Chrisitan’s’ daily conduct or lifestyle. A godly life reveals to those outside of the faith the various facets of God’s transforming grace and love. Perhaps the best explanation of the need to walk worthy is found in a phrase Paul uses in his letter to Titus in 2:10, “That they may adorn the doctrine of God our Savior in all things.” If all believers today adorned the doctrine of God by godliness in their behavior, they would have a tremendous influence on the world. Remember the words of Jesus in John 14:15, “If you love me, keep my commandments.” Never underestimate the power of your life as you live it transformed by the power of God.