Doormat and fool. He defines whatever befalls him as not just good, but chosen for him. Secularists define the good themselves and create it.Whatsoever is good for God's children they shall have it, for all is theirs to further them to heaven; therefore, if poverty be good, they shall have it; if disgrace be good, they shall have it; if crosses be good, they shall have them; if misery be good, they shall have it; for all is ours, to serve for our greatest good. Richard Sibbes
Christianity is a religion for doormats. It's apparent from its stated values that the Christian is to accept an inferior lot and be grateful for it.
Like the man quoted above, he is to be grateful for his poverty, his misery, and and ridicule heaped on him, for it is prophesied. He is to be meek and long-suffering, never objecting to his degradation, in fact increasing it by getting on his knees and thanking the ceiling for his lot. He is told that his reward comes later - after death - when all accounts will be squared.
But for now, when massah smacks his cheek, he is to smile and produce the other one.