Unless you have been a recluse since you were old enough to talk, everyone of us have been insulted or have perpetrated an insult. Some people seem to nonchalantly brush it off, while others immediately take offense and either flare up in anger or painfully withdraw from everyone into their own private little world. It is in the fallen nature of mankind to flaunt the faults of others or point out differences in others which are in reality irrelevant, except in the twisted perception of the ones who are doing the comparisons and pointing the accusing fingers. When Jesus came along to show us how much God loves us, one would expect Him to be the epitome of compassion and loving grace to all He came in contact with.
But she came, knelt before Him, and said, “Lord, help me!”
He answered, “It isn’t right to take the children’s bread and throw it to their dogs.” - Matthew 15:25-26
“Yes, Lord,” she said, “yet even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters’ table!”
Then Jesus replied to her, “Woman, your faith is great. Let it be done for you as you want.” And from that moment her daughter was cured. - Matthew 15:27-28