Undoubtedly our integrity will be tested as we face difficult situations and are forced to make the choice of going along with the world or standing up for what is right. Integrity calls us to do the right thing when it costs us something, maybe even everything. Tough times may test our integrity, but good times may test our integrity too. Maintaining integrity when we experience success, power and wealth can be equally or even more challenging. As Charles Swindoll says, "Real integrity stays in place whether the test is adversity or prosperity."
Ultimately, it becomes an issue of commitment. To whom do you belong? A life of integrity is lived not to please the crowd but to please an audience of one — God. He blesses integrity.