ok scripturally, we know there's the rights and wrongs, the things Jehovah hates, and the stuff that seems to please him.
However, the one that comes to mind are Jesus words at Mark 3.28, 29: Truly I say to you that all things will be forgiven the sons of men, no matter what sins and blasphemies they blasphemously commit. However, whoever blasphemes against the holy spirit has no forgiveness forever, but is guilty of everlasting sin.
so. don't blaspheme the holy spirit, and don't stab your neighbor or sleep with his wife, and you're pretty much in the clear.
Eh. well, so what's blasphemy against the holy spirit? From research, it appears this refers to opposing god's will, god's active force, god's activities. Therefore, religious toleration would be a good idea for everybody. Now, a hardcore witness will therefore tell you that apostates because they oppose the work with websites and pamphlets are blaspheming the holy spirit. I won't be decisive on that bit though. After all, if I'm to be judged mercifully, I must first show mercy in my own judgements, right? Reap what you sow. You never know who will be able to help you in your time of need.
Hmm. Recovering from the tangent. There's general agreement that good works are required, but I feel it goes beyond that. First, go to the Ten Commandments in Exo. 20. Read those first few. Murder, adultery, theft. These are things visible, proactive wrongdoings. But read that last one. Coveteousness. That is, more or less, to want something with a passion. But this one is different because there aren't signs of coveteousness until it's pushed a person to commit a wrong.
I.E. all sin starts with a coveteousness of some sort. All sin starts with wanting something. Wanting itself isn't wrong, but it can be taken to indecent levels. As in, you want the neighbors wife, you cultivate a friendship, you make a move on her, but it started with wanting. There are crimes of passion, too. I think the rules still apply there too. (Eve was guilty of coveteousness before ever eating the fruit. The bible does not say she spoke to the snake and immediately went to the tree for a snack.)
But my point is that coveteousness is a mental thing. It's the only crime that only the wrongdoer knows about first. Which means that being obedient, attaining salvation is a mental attitude. The tounge speaks what is in the heart (read brain, since we know this phrase refers to the seat of emotions, not the literal heart of a man). James agrees with this. He says in chapter 1 verse 15 "Then the desire, when it has become fertile gives birth to sin, in turn sin, when it has been accomplished, brings forth death." It starts with how you think.
And still, if you do all these things, the works and the mental attitude... there's no guarantee. Which kinda sucks, but read Zephaniah 2:3 I believe it is, and what do we get, seek righteousness, seek meekness, seek Jehovah, and Probably you will be spared in God's day of judgement. Probably. Read: don't ever get too comfy.
So, it's constant work. We also know from the repeated use of words like undeserved kindness and the like that Jehovah is going to be extremely lenient with us, again taking us back to Jesus' words in Mark. 'All but blasphemies against the holy spirit forgiven.'
Conclusion: I've got some basic ideas and moral principles I know will help me with this doing god's will deal, but there isn't a list of do this do that and you'll definitely make it.
Paul gives lots of great tips for how to do things best, but no black and white instructions except for the big things like murder, adultery, and theivery... idolatry, fornication: these, while sort of clear cut are sometimes blurry lines. Thinking of idolatry, I'm a HUGE beatles fan, and I was told to beware I could be practicing idolatry. I obviously disagree with that. Some would take another view. That's the gray area, and there's lots of it. A good one might be I feel it's ok to read non-WTS fiction. (I think alot of the younger folks in the org. agree with me here)
I hope I've been clear. Second, shorter, refined conclusion: It's all in your head, which is precisely why Jehovah reads hearts and not dialogues of your latest fight.