Consequences and silence
For starters, the Christian has duties to the state - to honour the government, to pray for it. Do you mean pray for the success of its foreign policy, or the further success of its national health service, or tax policy? Obviously not. Because praying for the government, according to Paul’s command, is part of the Christian’s concern for the prosperity and peace of the Church, Christ’s church. No persecution, no disruption to its business, that sort of thing. 'That we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way'.
But comprehensive ideals are occasionally set out and urged on Christians, which may have general application to professional and other standards. Truth to tell, the Apostles treat their hearers as grown ups, and don’t interfere where they don’t need to. In their view there are more important matters.