Yes, God made us the way we are. He think about us, but, do we even #think about Him? Does our styles shows our #love for others? #Sarcasm isn't bad, but, regularly wielding sarcasm as a shield or a weapon—whether intentionally or unintentionally—can be problematic and dangerous. When our sarcasm #condemns, #judges, #shames, or isolates God's image-bearers, we sin against God's cherished craftsmanship. We should desperately grow in #holiness and be known by our love instead of our sarcasm.
Ask this #questions to yourself
1. Is there even an ounce of #truth behind my sarcasm? 1 Cor 13:4, 1 Tim 6:11, Psalm 19:14
2. Would God be more glorified by my silence than my humor? Psalm 141:3
3. Will words of edification bring more joy to the hearer than words of sarcasm? Heb 12:15, 1 Thess 5:14
But it's okay, the death of Christ pardon our prideful, mocking, and rebellious hearts. Let's #repent. Yes, there's no blessings on being sarcastic. God bless.