A Word on Integrity
The gospel writer, Luke, admonishes us in Chapter 21 verse 34 as follows:
"Be careful, or your hearts will be weighed down with dissipation, drunkeness and the anxieties of life, and that day will close you unexpectedly like a trap." (NIV).
Richelle Goodrich also reminds us:
"Integrity is more than truth and honesty; integrity is an unshackled mind, a happy heart, and a light spirit. Integrity is inner peace with a clear, clear conscience. Integrity is self-respect, honor, and credibility. Integrity is healthy and unfettering, and it is worth defending."
I will say integrity is genuine, Godly unity between your talk and your walk. As Richie Mortan says, "it is a bond of trust." As such we will have to give account of our stewardship, of the deeds we have done. "The chickens will come home to roost."
A blessed Lord's Day wish from Charles H. Wheatley