Daily Archives: June 15, 2015

Nightly Reminder on Honesty and Integrity: #15 out of 21

Am I living my standards and beliefs even when no one is watching? Yes or No?

““A man’s true greatness is not in what he says he is, nor in what people say he is; [but really] in what he really is.” (Hartshorn, p. 38.) Our integrity determines what we really are.” – Personal Integrity by Joseph B. Wirthlin


“Closely associated with honesty is integrity. Integrity means thinking and doing what is right at all times, no matter what the consequences… Choose to live so that your thoughts and behavior are always in harmony with the gospel.” – For the Strength of Youth


Think over your day and try to think if you have lived with honesty and integrity. Think of at least one thing you did wrong. Pray for help to do better next time.

Daily Reminder on Honesty and Integrity: #15 out of 21

Today I, ____________________, will be honest with myself, others, and God at all times.

“Be honest at school; choose not to cheat in any way. Be honest in your job, giving a full amount of work for your pay.” – For the Strength of Youth

Commit as applicable:

Today and until June 21, I, ____________________, choose to be completely honest at school. I will not cheat in any way.

Today and until June 21, I, ____________________, choose to be completely honest in my job. I will give a full amount of work for my pay.


“As we strive for achievement and success, so much of our time is consumed in thought and study of the complex that we seldom take time for the simple—the simple things, the little things that are in reality the basis upon which we build and without which a strong foundation cannot exist. A structure may tower to the sky, and we may look at it with awe because of its stature and great height; yet it cannot stand unless its foundation is anchored in rock or in steel and concrete.

“Character must have such a foundation. I draw your attention to the principle of honesty. Why is it so many believe in the high and lofty principles of honesty, yet so few are willing to be strictly honest?

“Several years ago there were posters in the foyers and entries of our chapels that were entitled “Be Honest with Yourself.” Most of them pertained to the little, ordinary things of life. This is where the principle of honesty is cultivated.” – Be Honest with Yourself by Howard W. Hunter


Want to know what exactly you’re committing to? Read the Honesty and Integrity section of For the Strength of Youth: http://forthestrengthofall.com/for-the-strength-of-youth/honesty-and-integrity/

Ask yourself: “Am I honest in all my conversations and dealings? Yes or no?” Try to think of a way to do better.