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The first breach of integrity makes the second breach easier. Before you know it, it becomes a pattern. But there’s a way to prevent it from starting.
Our appetites pose a constant threat to our integrity. And if we don’t control them, they will shape the direction and quality of our lives.
Sometimes we’re willing to be bad to keep from looking bad. But when we’re more concerned about our reputations than our integrity, we eventually damage both.
There are times we know we ought to do something, even when there is no written rule. That’s because there is an “ought to” that stands outside of you and over you that didn’t originate with you.
In seasons of change, it’s good to remind ourselves who God is and who we are.
We all know desperate times call for desperate measures. Even if you turn to Jesus as a last resort, it’s not too late for him to give you a life of freedom.
If you repay evil for evil, you will write a pretty predictable story. But there’s a way to write a remarkable one instead.
Hurting someone because they hurt you doesn’t end the cycle. It perpetuates it. And it makes you look like the person you dislike.
Red or Blue. Left or Right. For or Against. It sometimes feels like the United States isn’t very united. There’s something we can do about that, and it has less to do with our rights and more to do with our responsibility.