“Now Daniel so distinguished himself . . . by his excellent qualities that the king planned to set him over the whole kingdom” (Daniel 7:3).
Well, that was enough to provoke jealousy in the hearts of Daniel’s colleagues, so much so that they plotted to discredit him. They examined his calendar, audited his expense reports, and interviewed his associates. They looked everywhere to find something by which to accuse him. But Daniel was squeaky clean. “They could find no corruption in him” (v. 4).
If something like a Congressional committee investigated all of your affairs, what would they uncover? Dare to be a Daniel and you’ll never have to worry about their findings.