In Psalm 101:2 David avows his sincere purpose, by God’s aid, to act uprightly: “I will be careful to live a blameless life- when will you come to help me? I will lead a life of integrity in my own home.” His was the intentional pursuit of a blameless, holy life. “As for God, his way is perfect: The Lords word is flawless; he shields all who take refuge in him” (Psalm 18:30 NIV). So, one must intentionally “take refuge” in God to have any hope of success in leading a blameless life. It is impossible without help, no, power. The power of the Holy Spirit. Taking refuge is the act of plugging into God’s power to lead a blameless life.
In 101:3 NLT David continues, “I will refuse to look at anything vile and vulgar. I hate all who deal crookedly; I will have nothing to do with them.” David made a covenant with his eyes. He guarded his eye gate. With all of the filth and pornography so rampant, this is a challenge, but so necessary. Our Father, “…Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil…” Choose carefully the people you will allow to influence you. Jesus taught us to love our enemies, not “hate those who deal crookedly,” but we seek enduring relationships with those with a reputation of integrity.
When we lack models of integrity, we must be one. David took additional steps: in 101:6-7 NLT he vowed,
 I will search for faithful people to be my companions. Only those who are above reproach will be allowed to serve me.  I will not allow deceivers to serve in my house, and liars will not stay in my presence.” Let your mind wander a bit as you consider how often we have heard lies in the media in recent days.
Is it possible to achieve a life of integrity? “When Abram was ninety-nine years old, the Lord appeared to him and said, I am God Almighty; walk before me faithfully and be blameless” (Genesis 17:1 NIV). God saw something in Abram that he had achieved over the span of a 99-year life. God saw faithfulness and integrity in a man called Abram and made him the father of faith. An old hymn says, “Holy Spirit be my Guide…Holy Spirit my door’s open wide…make me to know Thy will divine…Holy Spirit be Thou mine.” Spirit fullness, sanctifying grace is the only way to achieve a life of integrity.
David F. Nixon, D.Min
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