To honor her is to love her.
Left at the altar, humiliated and alone, Faith is beside herself with embarrassment and the looks which said I told you so. Never would she expect her salvation would come in the form of a piece of jewelry from a stranger, and her school yard tormentor.
Tobias/Toby Lloyd has always liked Faith when growing up, but she never gave him a second thought no matter how hard he'd tried to get her attention. Now she was in trouble and he was the only one around able to help her.
However, redeeming Faith from shame and ridicule left him open for further criticism from his father. Did his action honor Faith for her or himself?