Paul concludes his letter by encouraging the stronger believers to lift up and encourage their weaker brothers and sisters. That is the way of Christ. The goal is for Jew and Gentile to worship together in glorifying God. Then Paul details his travel plans and sends greetings to several people. He closes with a final warning to be on guard against false teachers.
Our job as believers is to live a life that pleases God. To do that we must be wise in what is good. We do that by staying close to God’s Word and understanding it. When we do that, we know what to do, as well as what not to do. We can then put into practice what is good and abstain from evil. That is the daily task set before us.
Are you wise in what is good?