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To Whom Shall I Share My Faith

To whom shall I share my faith? My patients are to ill to hear the word of the Lord and their loved ones are only concerned with their present recovery. 

To whom shall I share my faith? I care for the body but the body dies and is corruptible. All who repent and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ will be raised with a heavenly body, an incorruptible body, a body that will never perish. 

To whom shall I share my faith? I believe that God is one Divine being subsisting eternally in three persons (Father and Son and Holy Spirit) all of whom are equally God in essence. 

To whom shall I share my faith? I believe that Jesus of Nazareth is the Christ, the Son of God, fully God and fully man in one person; he was conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary, a descendent of David the king of Israel. 

To whom shall I share my faith? I believe that Jesus death on the cross was a sin sacrifice for his people. 

To whom shall I share my faith? I believe that Jesus arose bodily from the dead on the third day; all authority has been given to him in heaven and on earth and he is seated at the righthand of the Father God almighty. 

To whom shall I share my faith? I believe that there will be a bodily resurrection of all the day on the last day, when Jesus returns to sit down on his glorious throne to judge the earth; the blessed of the Father will enter eternal life, in the new heaven and new earth but the damned will go away to eternal punishment, the lake which burns with fire and brimstone which is the second death. 

To whom shall I share my faith? To whom shall I talk with about the word of the Lord?

In Christ alone,

Michael Peek

The Nurse Theologian

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