Cutting Through the Culture of Rudeness

We seem to be in the midst of a growing swell of rudeness. But you don’t have to be taken out by it. Allow me to point you to the power you have as a believer to cut through cultural rudeness with an empowered love that demonstrates God’s heart.

Love is not rude. But yet our culture seems to be filled with rudeness at epic levels that seem to become more and more acceptable. Rudeness can even be a way that people become used to experiencing, they don’t even notice it anymore.

Yet God calls us to a higher level in His love. When love is manifesting, you experience honor and respect.

When you interact with a person based on love, your actions towards them will open up the atmosphere for a healthy relationship exchange. At the same time, there is nothing that ruins a relationship interaction like rudeness.

We live in a world where various forms of rudeness are manifesting. What are ways we are being rude and may not be aware. And why do we manifest rudeness to begin with? In learning what love looks like, we are also learning what love does not look like. Today’s insights stem from 1 Corinthians 13:5 where it says, “love does not behave rudely.”

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