“I put on righteousness as my clothing; justice was my robe and my turban.”

In addition to wealth and justice, Job was known for his purity. He’s the one who said “I have made a covenant with my eyes,” isn’t he?

In Job 29, he says that he wears righteousness and justice. They are always with him. They are the closest thing to his body at all times. He has full integrity with his commitment to the vulnerable–integrity that extends even into the private areas of his life.

But how does someone become that complete?