Integrity under pressure [Sermon]

A well-known definition of integrity is “doing the right thing when no one is looking.”

When decisions are easy and when there is no pressure, it’s easy to have integrity. It’s harder when you are under stress.

This sermon explores John 18:1-18, Jesus’ betrayal in the garden of Gethsemane, and two examples of having (and not having) integrity under pressure. It also provides a one-sentence filter to help us keep our eyes on God when we’re not sure what to do.

Below is the YouTube video version. Under that is the audio-only download. This week there is no “growing deeper” background content as a part of The Pulse Podcast with Matthew Ruttan.



As mentioned, you can access the extra “growing deeper” background content as a part of The Pulse Podcast with Matthew Ruttan (by clicking here) or by finding it wherever you subscribe to podcasts — iTunes (Apple Podcasts), Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or TuneIn). It’s called “Betrayal in the Garden of Gethesemane.”

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