Have you ever wanted to try something, but your conscience objected you from doing so? Would you follow your conscience? It was always a struggle I had in every examination when I was a child. I always wanted to peep what the one sitting next to me wrote on the paper. Not because I didn’t prepare well for the exam; it usually came from my curiosity. I finished my paper well but wanted to jeer my classmate for their silly answers. The Bible also has a similar story. Samson was an egotistical leader in Israel. He knew that his enemies would do everything to find out his weakness and put him to death, but he didn’t care. “Delilah said to Samson, “Please tell me what makes you so strong and what it would take to tie you up securely.” - Judge 16:6″. Everyone, including Samson himself, could see that Delilah was his enemy’s tool for seducing him. But Samson chooses to indulge in Delilah’s beauty and sexual pleasure. He seemed overconfident that he could overcome the temptation, staying at Delilah’s house all night until he sold the secret between the Lord and him. “Flee the evil desires of youth and pursue righteousness, faith, love, and peace, along with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart.- 2 Timothy: 2:22”. Don’t boost our integrity, for in the Lord’s view, we are just sinners.