Rude. In class Sunday morning, we talked about this little segment in I Cor. 13, “love is not rude,”. What does it mean? Love is not rude.
Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary says rude implies ignorance of or indifference to good form, it may suggest intentional discourtesy.
If love is not rude, then…
Love never turns a cold shoulder. Love never replies with the intent to hurt feelings. Love never refuses to look someone in the eye. Love doesn’t ignore another person. Love doesn’t roll her eyes. Love doesn’t embarrass another person. Love doesn’t interrupt.
Love seeks to honor the other person. Love puts the other person at ease. Love minds her manners.
Can you add to this list?