Honesty (Philippians 4:8)


For many people, both public and private honesty is an obsolete virtuea moral remnant of bygone days. Integrity is more complex than simply refusing to lie. Integrity means speaking out where remaining silent would convey the wrong impression, and it means doing what’s best for others even if it causes us harm. – Dennis J. De Haan

Some people are honest only because they have never had a good change to steal anything.

  • August 8, Vol. 1, Our Daily Bread

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