Ephesians chapter 4 verse 1
The last three chapters of the Letter to the Ephesians address the practical aspect of the Christian life. It is because it is a life, and therefore deals with living, that there must be a practical aspect to describe. The person whose Christian faith consists of attending church for an hour or so on Sunday and perhaps mixing with others in study or prayer on a weekday, or in prayer and meditation upon God for a few minutes each day, cannot be described as living the Christian life. Rather such a person’s faith is an appendage occupying little time and is little more than an insurance to fall back on in time of need.