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Integrity is the glue that holds our way of life together. What our young people want to see in their elders is integrity, honesty, truthfulness, and faith. What they hate most of all is hypocrisy and phoniness. That is why it is important for us to go to church, to read the Bible, and to say grace at the table. Let them see us doing what we would like them to do.

Listen to this 13-minute Billy Graham sermon about integrity.

Prayer for the day

Take away the “front,” Father, that so often creeps into my life. I would live in such a way that young people will be drawn to You, too.

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  1. Gerry says:

    Your integrity represents the core of what you believe and who you claim to be. So, if you claim to be a believer in Jesus Christ, then it is very important to do your very best to live up to that claim. Your credibility is at stake.

  2. Christi Poteet says:

    I want to share with my students at school God’s love and that through Jesus Christ our Lord we are saved!

  3. Rosario Lewis says:

    Our children watch us and follow us. Most times they become a xerox of what we are. If we go to church and live a life of prayer then mostly they will be so. So if your children are gone the other way it is your mistake mostly but not always. The book of Proverbs says if you love your children you will correct them at the right age before it is gone too far. Glory to God. Amen

  4. Max says:

    Integrity or deceit and dishonesty. Follow your conscience (Holy Spirit). Luke 12:2 For there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known.

  5. Gerry says:

    Integrity is essential if we are to be credible witnesses. Our actions should closely mimic what we claim to believe.

  6. patience says:

    Keep it up.