Integrity keepers do not deviate from pure worship. Job did not do so, for he declared: “If I used to see the light when it would flash forth, or the precious moon walking along, and my heart began to be enticed in secrecy and my hand proceeded to kiss my mouth, that too would be an error for attention by the justices, for I should have denied the true God above.”—Job 31:26-28.
Job did not worship inanimate things. If his heart secretly became enticed upon beholding heavenly bodies, such as the moon, and if his ‘hand kissed his mouth,’ perhaps throwing a kiss with his hand in an idolatrous act, he would be an idolater who denied God. (Deut. 4:15, 19) To maintain our integrity to God, we must avoid all idolatry.—Read 1 John 5:21.