Mary Selzer

Day Five – Job’s core values

Today’s Scripture: Job 31:1-10 Job 31 contains a record of Job’s final words. It’s an interesting read, because he reveals the eight values by which he lived. Job was so confident of the Godly life he had lived up to this point that he could judge himself in the presence of his “comforters” by laying his heart open before them.[…]

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Day Four – The thicker, the better

Today’s Scripture: Romans 5:3-4 The Department of Natural Resources has published principles for testing the “integrity” or depth of ice. For instance, when ice is only two inches thick, people are warned to “stay off.” Four-inch ice can accommodate ice fishing and foot activities. When ice reaches the depth of twelve to fifteen inches, a medium-size truck can drive over[…]

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Day Three – Don’t go by feeling

Today’s Scripture:  Proverbs 14:12 Quite often, people understand integrity in a more generalized perspective as they establish their own values. They consider themselves having integrity as long as they remain true to their relative values. The problem with this perspective comes from its relativism, since it is based upon changing moral views from society rather than a secure standard of[…]

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Day Two – Know your core values

Today’s Scripture: Psalms 101:7 Simply put, integrity is an unbroken condition or “wholeness.” When integrity is true, a person’s actions will be aligned with his/her core values—scriptural motivators like honesty, Godly obedience, or respect. Everyone should have four to six core values (grounded in scripture), serving as the axis by which decisions are made. The actions of a person of[…]

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Day One – Becoming a person of integrity

Today’s Scripture: Job 1-2:10, James 1:2-4 Imagine having it all, being it all, and then losing it all—in one day! Within twenty-four hours, Job lost ten children, 7,000 sheep, 3,000 camels, 500 yoke of oxen, 500 donkeys, and numerous servants. As if that’s not enough, in the midst of mourning your loss, imagine your body is afflicted with open sores.[…]

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