Today’s Question: I work as a nurse… it’s starting to get overwhelming… what can I practically do to help myself?


Today’s Question:
I work as a nurse and since this virus over 30% of our staff has quit causing us to pick up their shifts I have been working over 65 hours a week. I work with very elderly people and it’s starting to get overwhelming I pray to God for comfort but what can I practically do to help myself?

Answer: This could be your “big moment” – the very reason for which you were born.

First, lay everything off on God.

Next, proceed to act as if God has accepted the load.

Then, continue with your personal “mission” according to the natural and supernatural gifts and talents that God has already given you.

Don’t forget to thank him.

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God loves us unconditionally?

Q: God loves us unconditionally?

If God loves us unconditionally, why is his love on condition of our belief in Him? And before you say some people “choose” to go to hell: Puh-LEEEEZE give a more sane answer.

A: When one has freedom of choice and of action, one is also free to reject unconditional love, much as a drug addict prefers his habit to the love of friends and family.

In such cases, the family typically still loves the addict, but due to the addict’s actions, that love is unable to make the critical difference.

The same thing also appears to be true in terms of God’s love … at least in relation to the natural aspects of our existence.

When one considers the supernatural though, anything is possible, including much of what we still do not fully understand.

God is the only competent judge of all things human. His love is both unconditional and inestimable, while his power and might remains infinite.

Those who truly know God also know that … except perhaps for a few of the most “hardened” of all human hearts … love will indeed find a way.

Since Jesus is “the way” it is incumbent upon all of us to assist in the “cause” of our own salvation, whenever possible. In a very real way, it is the least we can do!

John 3:16-17  For God so loved the world, as to give his only begotten Son: that whosoever believeth in him may not perish, but may have life everlasting. For God sent his Son into the world, not to judge the world: but that the world may be saved by him.

And in the end, that’s what faith in God is all about.