In Luke 15:25-33 (link to passage here) Jesus talks about the cost of discipleship. He uses the example of a man who builds a tower, but cannot finish it because he did not count the cost of building the whole tower - essentially the tower is incomplete because of the lack of planning and commitment of the builder. Jesus says that those who walk past will notice the incompletion of the project and wonder what happened.
Jesus' point is this - Christians need to be intentional and not only build a foundation for their discipleship, but carry it through to its fruition. Christ followers need to remember that discipleship doesn't end with a belief in Christ - that is the basis of discipleship. Fruits of the Spirit follow faith in Christ.
Discipleship invades every area of our lives: relationships, finances, time, attitudes, etc. When there is an area of our life that is "incomplete" much like the tower or the house, those around us will wonder why. Their wondering may even extend to "this person says they are a Christian (a tower), but their attitude doesn't reflect that (incomplete building)."
Today and this week, consider what areas of your life are incomplete in your walk of faith - what could be pointed at and said "that area is in shambles, it's totally incomplete."
Don't stop halfway - go all in!