How much weight do we give to God’s reputation in our day to day decisions? 
For example, would you pass up on a promotion if God’s reputation would be tainted for you to take the promotion? Do you consider God’s reputation in your battle again sin? For example, when you are resisting sin, is it so that you will avoid harm or so that God’s reputation won’t be tainted? 
When Moses was offered a major promotion by God – God offered to make a new nation out of him after getting rid of the current rebellious Israelites – Moses declined because he thought by doing so, God’s reputation would be tainted. He said to God, 12 Why should the Egyptians say, ‘With evil intent did he bring them out, to kill them in the mountains and to consume them from the face of the earth’? Turn from your burning anger and relent from this disaster against your people.” Exodus 32:12 
No wonder God liked Moses so much! Moses cared more about God’s reputation than his own reputation! For this, God reveals Himself to Moses more intimately than perhaps any other Old Testament character. 
Prayer: O, Lord, we care more about our own reputation and comfort than your reputation. Even when we resist sin, it is so that we may avoid harm and not to compromise your reputation. Help us to love you so deeply that we may care more about your name becoming great than our own well-being. Amen.