Who are you when no-one’s looking? That’s often the question that we ask when we think about integrity. The question seems to say – you might look good on the surface, but are you the same underneath? Is it just a façade? In reality, as the Bible makes abundantly clear, none of us is pure and good through and through. So is integrity just a doomed invitation to an impossible state of perfection? Integrity has two meanings in your typical dictionary. One is about moral perfection, but the other is about a kind of inner unity. The roots of the word ‘integrity’ speak of this one-ness or wholeness, a consistency if you like, and that’s what we are exploring in this season. Jesus was morally perfect in a way that we will never quite attain, but he also had about him an undividedness, a consistency. What you saw was what he was – there was no deception or sugar-coating, no being nice to your face and mean behind your back. And that is the invitation of this season’s devotions: to follow in Jesus’ footsteps in the sense of a wholeness, an honesty, a humility about who we are.