31DaysOfLifeAsANurse_Hope

When a person comes through the operating room, for whatever reason, elective surgery, injury, cancer, heart disease, the thing that keeps him going, his family going is hope.

Hope for a cure, for healing, for recovery.

Hope is something we all need as individuals. It doesn’t matter if a person believes in God or not. Without hope, a person will not be able to weather the storm of illness. 

“But anyone still alive has hope; even a live dog is better off than a dead lion!” ‭‭Ecclesiastes‬ ‭9:4‬ ‭NCV‬‬

And when a person doesn’t believe in God, I do. It’s my calling to believe enough for that individual, to encourage him to take heart, to convince him I have enough hope for him as I do for myself. Because I know God is good. I know all who belong to him will be saved by him. Even when the odds seem impossible. God saves people every single day. 

Because

“We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, sure and strong. It enters behind the curtain in the Most Holy Place in heaven” ‭‭Hebrews‬ ‭6:19‬ ‭NCV‬‬

Jesus lives. And he loves you! Hope in him. 

This is day 28 of 31 days of five minute free writes. Be sure to head over to Kate’s blog to participate or read along or both.

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2 thoughts on “31DaysOfLifeAsANurse_Hope

  1. This part – “And when a person doesn’t believe in God, I do. It’s my calling to believe enough for that individual, to encourage him to take heart, to convince him I have enough hope for him as I do for myself” – this just goes straight to my heart! If I am ever in the hospital – I want a nurse like you!

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