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A recent article in ML Journal by Thomas K. McElhinney started out this way: The hospital patient turned toward his visitor and stammered in a barely audible voice, “Pastor, I know that I’m dying. But I’m scared. Help me!” Drawing a deep inward sigh, the minister felt relief that his parishioner was at last able to verbalize the reality of his impending death. As he was about to respond, however, a young resident in a stiffly starched white coat walked briskly into the room, began drawing the curtain around the bed, and said, “Pardon me, Reverend, I’ve got work to do. You’ll have to wait outside for a few minutes.” ‘Pardon Me Reverend, I’ve Got Work to Do,’ ML Journal, (Word, Inc., Waco, Texas), Vol VIII, No. 1, page 9.

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