Our actions and motivations are weighed in an even balance by God. He knows our integrity. We examine this further in an audio devotional from Job 31:5-6.
Job's commitment in trial comes to light in Job 13:15, when he says "though he slay me, yet will I trust him." More about that in today's audio devotional.
Satan has taken everything from Job in Job 2:3, but God says he holdeth fast his integrity. This audio devotional is about the results of good character.
One that feared God, Job, is described for us in Job 1:1. We spend some time talking about his character and his example to us in this audio devotional.
If we have a lot of bad things to say about people, we often say them in places where they won't hear us. More from this Ecclesiastes 10:20 audio devotional.
Men who show a consistent, unrestrained hastiness to anger are revealing their foolishness, according to Ecclesiastes 7:9 and this audio devotional.
Paul expresses contentment, no matter the circumstances. This Philippians 4:12 audio devotional expands on this theme and urges us to take his example.
Christians must think differently. This Philippians 4:8 audio devotional tells us to set our minds on right and good, things which only come from God.
This audio devotional is from I Peter 2:12. It is focused on knowing with certainty in our own hearts that we have done right when we are accused.