Nurses Are The Hands And Feet Of Jesus Christ

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Most people do not like working in hospitals or even be at a hospital when they are sick. It was my senior year in high school when I decided I wanted to go in the medical field. I do not know what it feels like to be in the medical field yet because I have no experience with that, but I know that God has called me to be in that specific field.
One of the things that I have learned in nursing 101 this semester is that nurses are the hands and feet of Jesus Christ. The first time I heard this saying was in class when my teacher was going over the syllabus on the first day of school. I really like this idea because most people think that there is no relationship with God in whatever they choose to study. Most people want to go to college to get an education that will help them get a better job in the future. The saying that nurses are the hands and feet of Jesus Christ has impacted me a lot during the semester. It also impacts my view for nursing because at first I thought that a nurse did not have a profound relationship with God. To continue, I want to become a nurse not only because I want to have a good job and make money, but I also want to be a nurse who has a good relationship with God. I want to show the people that I am going to help the love of God, and I want to love them just like God loves me. I want the world to see the Christian side of me; I do not want them to feel like I’m just a nurse who is working to get money and that’s it. I want to be an example to
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