If I am being mistreated, the only thing that matters is my integrity, not the person who is mistreating me. If I walk in integrity, I will respond in the filling of the Spirit and the love of God. Maybe the person is obnoxious, but I will walk in my integrity. While I do it, I will say, “God, give me mercy.”
You will be healed and cleansed if you will just walk in the integrity of the living Word of God, in the integrity of grace, in the integrity of mercy, and in the integrity of love for yourself. You will feel good about yourself and your feet will stand firmly at Calvary. The Cross is an even place in the midst of the congregation.
Oh, that we would continually walk in the integrity of what has always existed from the beginning: the Word of God. There we discover the depth, the height, the length, and the breadth of His unconditional love for us (Ephesians 3:18-19).