What made men like Peter, Paul, David, Moses, Gideon, Samson, Jonah, and Job so different was that, in the end, they all were men God could trust in both big and little things. Were they perfect? Thank God for us, no. But in the end, second only to their faith, it was integrity which distinguished their lives. Join us as we pull the mask off this problem, consider what's at stake, and think through what to do about it.
I have far too much at stake to risk it by cutting any little corner anywhere, no matter how small, insignificant, or inconsequential it may at first appear. Can you relate? That sentence is too long, so it's only the "almost" Big Idea. More succinctly, the Big Idea for the day is this: I want to be known for “scrupulous” integrity.
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Until every church disciples every man...