Let rudeness roll off you

When someone is rude, the natural instinct is to retaliate.
But don’t take rudeness as an invitation to retaliate.

Don’t let their issues impact your actions and emotions.
Don’t let someone else dictate your feelings.
That’s giving them control.

Truth is, their rudeness isn’t about you.
It’s about their stresses, and struggles, that are surfacing.
It’s a reflection of them, not you.

Keep that in mind, and it will flip your perspective.

Instead of feeling angry, you’ll likely feel thankful that you’re not in their situation.

Your life is built on a rock-solid faith foundation.
But not everyone’s is.

That person is likely trying to bear life on their own.
And you’re walking with God, who’s protecting you, providing for you, and propelling you.

So, the next time rudeness comes your way…
Don’t let it derail your day.
Let it roll off you.

Be kind.
Move on.

You’ll be blessed for it…
“… Don’t retaliate with insults when people insult you. Instead, pay them back with a blessing. That is what God has called you to do, and he will grant you his blessing.”
(1 Peter 3:9, NLT)



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