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Biblical Model of Integrity

Some mistakenly associate the word integrity only with reputation—an external appearance. True integrity is a quality of character—an inward reality that refers to singleness of heart or mind, the development of a blameless character by adhering to an exemplary moral code. 121 more words

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Living Upright

When a family member has integrity, it is a gift to the rest of the home. Remove that integrity, and the feelings toward that family member will be changed. 189 more words

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Confidence Builder

It is heartbreaking to see your child get rejected. Little children are innocent and trusting. They believe the best and can’t imagine that someone would not want them around. 141 more words

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Work for It

The Bible is very clear about the difference between someone who is poor and someone who is merely lazy. Many people have nothing because they make no effort to help themselves. 210 more words

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Growing in Christ

Spiritual discipline is essential for Christian growth and development. Though at first painful, spiritual discipline resulting from obedience and faith produces abundant blessings (Heb 12:11). Every believer should seek to become disciplined in order to grow spiritually. 118 more words

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Responsible for Correction

What is a father guilty of if he doesn’t discipline his children? Before you answer, take a look back at Eli’s parenting style. Apparently Samuel’s sons (see 1 Samuel 2:12 – 17) acted wickedly. 141 more words

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Focus on Relationship

David wanted to show kindness to those of Saul’s household “for Jonathan’s sake” (2 Samuel 9:1). Though he could have destroyed Saul’s family to eliminate any competition for the throne of Israel, David had no such motive in his heart. 125 more words

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