Medicine for Nurses

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Trafford Publishing, Jul 21, 2006 - Health & Fitness
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I was not in the nursing profession very long before recognizing the miracle of the human body. In fact, I remember while in nursing school, just sitting in awe as we learned all about the body systems and how they interact with each other! It was while I was in LPN school that the Lord showed me the parallel of His blood to our blood. You can read about it in the devotion Life is in the Blood . In this little book I have taken a nursing concept and applied a biblical principle resulting in a daily devotional for 31 days. It is intended to bring encouragement and inspiration to nurses as well as other healthcare professionals. All the devotions have an individual title and scripture reference. Also, at the end of the daily devotion there is a special prayer I have prayed for the reader. My goal is that for all caregivers who read this little book of devotions to be assured that the Lord is here to help them in whatever need they may have. He is a personal God who knows and cares for us individually! Secondly, my goal is to help all caregivers to see how important they are to the service of the Lord. It is through our hands and words that He often ministers to His people who are sick. The reader will also get a special treat with two poems written by Belinda Looney. While reading Expectations one will identify very quickly with the early (and comical) expectations of a fresh nursing graduate! A Nurse's Prayer is a poem expressing how many of us feel about nursing but are unable to convey as beautifully as Belinda has.

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