integrity, in this context, is essentially honesty in all things, truthfullness, admission of mistakes, right judgement, all are manifestations of integrity, it is essentially the opposite of dishonesty.
in?teg?ri?tyin-?te-gr?-t?\nnoun 1 : firm adherence to a code of especially moral or artistic values : incorruptibility==========================And the Lord said unto Satan, Hast thou considered my servant Job, that there is none like him in the earth, a perfect and an upright man, one that feareth God, and escheweth evil? and still he holdeth fast his integrity, although thou movedst me against him, to destroy him without cause. (Job 2:3 KJV)
Perseverance in a God-given commission in the face of opposition, and endurance of privations, persecution, and suffering for adhering to a course of godly devotion, also marked Paul and other early Christians as persons of integrity.
Integrity means moral soundness or completeness. I’ve researched that word before, because although it’s in the Bible, it’s one of those words we don’t use that often nowadays. From the origin and structure of the word, it is evident that “integrity” is a state of being untouched, uncorrupted, unimpaired by divisive influences.
Our Creator, Jehovah God, dignifies us with the privilege of deciding whether we will be people of integrity to the extent that an imperfect human can be. But he does not simply leave us on our own in the matter. He teaches us how to build this quality, and he gives us his holy spirit generously, helping us apply his teachings. (Luke 11:13) He even provides spiritual protection for those who want to walk in integrity. (Prov. 2:7) In order to get that protection, we must find out what his Word, the Bible, teaches. Its value has been proved throughout the centuries. By considering the Bible daily, you’ll find out just how practical God's Word really is. (2 Timothy 3:16, 17) I like to visit www.jw.org to read the Bible online for free. I hope you can find as much benefit in God’s Word as I have!