Integrity No Price Too Great by Nelson Price

PROVERBS 2: 6 - 8
JESUS CHRIST the ageless question, "What shall it profit a man
if he should gain the whole world and lose his own soul?"
For thirty pieces of silver Judas sold himself. What's your
price? If your integrity were up for sale, what would be your
asking price?
INTEGRITY is best defined by some synonyms, such as, "honesty,"
"faithfulness," "sincerity," and "innocence." It means having a
mind free of subterfuge and deception. The writer of Proverbs
used the Hebrew word for integrity, TOM (tome), that in our text
is translated "walks upright." It is an axiom that means "one
who has a lifestyle free of a hidden agenda." It means, you
don't have anything to hide.
INTEGRITY means living a Col. 2: 23 lifestyle.
INTEGRITY means being willing to put yourself on trial to be
judged by God's standards and refusing to be deluded and
deceived by self-exoneration. As believers, our moral values
come from the Word of God. By it, we must measure our conduct.
We must have an INTEGRITY compass set on a true spiritual north.
That setting is Jesus Christ. We must be locked on to Him or we
lose our direction.
INTEGRITY is a David saying to the Lord, "Against thee have I
INTEGRITY is a Moses no longer willing to cower from
responsibility even if it cost him the pleasure of Pharaoh's
INTEGRITY is a Stephen being stoned yet not renouncing his faith
even to avoid the lethal missiles of his false accusers.
INTEGRITY is a 24 year-old Abraham Lincoln serving as postmaster
of New Salem, Illinois, for a ...

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