He who walks with integrity walks securely, but he who perverts his ways will become known. (Proverbs 10:9)
The man who walks with integrity, walks by a strict set of morals. His way is well-defined, not so much by his direction, but by the path he chooses. The path of integrity is straight and narrow. It is simply the way of Christ. His destination is fixed---it’s a place called heaven. How he walks his path is the most important purpose in his life. As long as he is in this earthly tabernacle, the journey is what truly matters.
The man without integrity is quite frankly perverse. His destination is unsure. Thus he attempts to achieve self-satisfaction for the sake of self alone. Neither God nor man is important to his motives. Man is to be used, and God is sought for personal gain. The best of plans of the man without integrity are perverted plans. We all desire security; why not seek it with integrity?