Lyrically this song is about the tendency for some Christians to be "too nice" and get treated like doormats. McNevan told NewReleaseTuesday: "I was inspired to write this based on the saying, 'Don't mistake kindness for weakness.' I heard that once, and it's always resonated with me. I think as Christians, we can tend to be too nice, and let people walk all over us. This isn't a song promoting violence or anything of that nature, it's more of a statement, saying, 'my faith's my life, but that doesn't mean you can walk all over me.'"