The Bible has many things to say about integrity. Proverbs 28:6 says, "Better is the poor who walks in his integrity Than one perverse in his ways, though he be rich." How can we make sure we don't compromise our integrity for money, position, power, or social standing? What are some everyday situations that challenge our integrity as Christians? How can we gain back our integrity once we have compromised it, or prevent ourselves from ever losing it to begin with? How can we help ourselves and others to walk in integrity?
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A great lesson. I’m a retired English teacher and I always had my students read a certain story of a young man who had integrity. I told my students that is the best compliment they could receive is to have integrity.
Much Alofa’s Matt Jones.
all be one in Christ. ❤
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Preach the Bible, which the world truly needs, if it knows it or not.
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That's very true... Integrity doesn't mean.... without mistakes.... but ... owning and rectifying them in order to continue retaining your integrity. Watching from Nairobi, Kenya and the topic is great.
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Not only a Individual need to have Integrity, but also as a Congregation.