Be temperate, has the thought of a sound mind.
Worthy of respect, this would be someone who has lived their life to such an extent that others see that life and respect him for his godliness, conduct and truthfulness and just the way he lives like God.
A century and a half ago there died a humble minister in a small village in Leicestershire, England. He had never attended college and had no degrees. He was merely a faithful village minister. In his congregation was a young cobbler to whom he gave special attention, teaching him the Word of God. This young man was later to be renowned as William Carey, one of the greatest missionaries of modern times. This same minister had a son, a boy whom he taught faithfully, and constantly encouraged. The boy’s character and powers were profoundly affected by his father’s life. That son was Robert Hall, the mightiest public orator of his day, whose sermons influenced the decisions of statesmen and whose character was as saintly as his preaching was phenomenal. It seemed that the village pastor accomplished little. There were no spectacular revivals, but his faithful witness and godly life had much to do with giving India its Carey and England its Robert Hall.
Self-controlled, “the virtue of one who masters his desires and passions, especially his sensual appetites.” (The New Unger's Bible Dictionary.)
Sound in faith, believing the correct things about the Lord and Jesus Christ as well as the Bible and standing strong on them so as not to be moved.
Sound in love, love not only God and the Lord Jesus Christ with all their heart, soul and mind but to love one another as God has loved them. Living the life of love daily.
Sound in endurance, “to handle pain or difficult times calmly and without complaining.” (New Century Version Dictionary.)
Also to have staying power in their faith until the end of their life or until the Lord returns, never wavering from the faith regardless the situation.