Walking Well

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Today's reading: Psalm 26:1-12

David's greatest desire is to please God. As he opens and closes Psalm 26, David tells God about his past and present integrity and commits to continuing in this manner. In verse 1 he states, "I have walked in my integrity, and I have trusted in the LORD without wavering." He then describes his present right living to God in the body of the psalm before closing with the forward-looking declarations of "I shall walk in my integrity" and "I will bless the LORD" (vs. 11-12).

What does walking in integrity mean and look like in your life? What's one example? Going forward, let's join David by each of us declaring, "I shall walk in my integrity." Tami

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Tami, I have been pondering all day on and off to answer your questions.
I would like to think that I am full-time walking in integrity but it that true? Am I consistent with my treatment to everyone, family,friends,workers, church folks and etc. I did try to be nice to a Christian lady who was under a lot of pressure who snapped at me several times when I stated that God was our strength.
When my husband died, I was a mess and in some ways I still am.
After reading and pondering this lesson I want to be consistent with my walk with the Lord which can only happen when I surrender all my authority to the One Who is already in control I just need to practice/live it daily.
I can do all things through Christ Who strengthens me,should be constant in my life YES," I shall walk my integrity as I walk with Him.

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