Here is something I have been thinking about lately... Should we expect those who do not know Christ to be kind and considerate towards us? When we run into those who do not share our Faith, we can get offended when they are rude or "spit" on us with their words. Then we seek to avoid such people, or have such people removed from our lives. It happens in real life and online. But I can't help but think of the early church....those early Christians who went from city to city - often running into mobs and other (often violent) opposition....if they had left in a huff...would the Gospel have spread as far as it did? And God revealed to us already the state of the unsaved. Romans 1:28-32. It's not pretty. The only reason we are any different is because of Christ. He is the one that saves us and cleanses us from all unrighteousness (1 John 1:9). It seems strange that we expect those in darkness to behave as if they were in Light (John 1:1-5). I myself have let myself be hurt and offended by unbelievers responses to the sharing of my Christ. I have needed to remind myself that they do not know Light. Instead of getting angry back.....are not such cases a chance to really show Christ as He is? A few might come to salvation.... Just some thoughts on our interactions with unbelievers. Do ya'll have anything to add?