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THE POINT BLOG
How do you feel when you have a patient who is also a physician? Or a patient whose close family member is a physician? I have been pondering this idea as I explained some medical information to several family members. In what ways can I be helpful to the situation, and where do I want to avoid making more work for the doctor caring for my family?
“You were taught, with regard to your former way of life, to put off your old self, which is being corrupted by its deceitful desires; to be made new in the attitude of your minds; and to put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness” (Ephesians 4:22-24, NIV 1984).
CHRISTIAN DOCTOR'S DIGEST
In this month’s podcast, Dr. David Stevens is joined by Nancy Pearcey, the author of the newly released book Love Thy Body. Next, he chats with Dr. Steve and Rita Mainini about CMDA’s Marriage Enrichment Weekends.
This morning I was reflecting on how much more I can see God’s hand working around me. He is always working in everyone’s lives and is King of the Universe, but my ability to understand and see that hasn’t always been as good as it is now. I’m still not anywhere close to seeing all of what God is doing, and won’t be able to on this side of eternity, but that doesn’t mean my view won’t get better or expand. Just like climbing a mountain and you get increasingly breathtaking views through different parts of the climb. Sometimes it’s just trees and those are beautiful, sometimes it’s rugged and not so pretty and there’s different levels of difficulty throughout, but when you finally get to the summit the glory of seeing all around you with nothing in your way is incredible.