Pope Francis: A Christian who constantly complains is not a good Christian
POPE FRANCIS "Paul and Silas endured tribulations and humiliation. Jesus himself endured it, showing that He had patience. It's all a process. Let me repeat that word: process. It's a process of Christian maturity, through the path of patience. It's a process that requires time, that doesn't come from one day to the next. It takes an entire lifetime to reach Christian maturity. It's like fine wine.â?
The Pope then added that when faced with challenges, the temptation to complain is always there. But a Christian who constantly complains, said the Pope, isn't a good Christian.
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