A List Of Saints Who Never Suffered, Faced Trials, Or Experienced Temptation

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The most comprehensive List Of Saints Who Never Suffered, Faced Trials, Or Experienced Temptation. Ask the Saints to interceded for you and get to know their stories! You’ll be glad you did.

A List Of Saints Who Never Suffered, Faced Trials, Or Experienced Temptation











Were you expecting to see the names of your favorite Saints on this list? Or, perhaps, maybe you thought that it would be a list of Saints you’ve never heard of?

Your screen isn’t broken. There’s not one Saint that could be included on this list.

Every one of the Saints experienced suffering, trials, and temptation. What makes the Saints different, is how they chose to respond to each hardship and inclination to sin.

Instead of despair, they chose hope. Instead of running from God, they ran to Him. Instead of death, they chose life in Christ.

Ask the Saints to intercede for you today and to help you with the battles you are facing. They’ve been there too.

My brothers, consider it a great joy when trials of many kinds come upon you, for you well know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance, and perseverance must complete its work so that you will become fully developed, complete, not deficient in any way. Any of you who lacks wisdom must ask God, who gives to all generously and without scolding; it will be given. But the prayer must be made with faith, and no trace of doubt, because a person who has doubts is like the waves thrown up in the sea by the buffeting of the wind. – James 1:2-6

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