- Integrity requires the agreement of an inward values and apparent practices (Ps.139:23; 26:1:19:14; Job.31:6).
- Integrity is revealed by standing firm to inner values during trials of dropping loyalty to personal beliefs (Ac.24:16; Job.27:5).
- There is a conscience approval when integrity is maintained to the commitments and action ( 2 Co.1:12).
- Integrity is a guide in the way of executing duty and the way of safety (Pr.11:3; Ps.25:21).
- There is a reward to an integrity demonstrated through action (Ps.18:20; Pr.20:7; 1Sa.26:23).
The agreement of a confession and conscious is important for a person to live with integrity. Integrity is tested when it is treated unjustly and passes through difficulties that persuade to leave a position or stance. There is no condemnation on the subject rather there is a testimony of conscience to our deeds and thought when integrity is achieved. The way of integrity is plain and it keeps a person safe and gives him guidance in his way. Though the way of integrity demands a lot to maintain, it has a promised reward on its way.