Service | Healing | Reconciliation

“. . . he tried to reconcile them in peace, saying, ‘you are bretheren’” (Acts 7:26).

A bright and cheerful young nurse was attending a new patient named Tom in the men’s ward of a big city hospital. The patient was desperately ill and the nurse did all she could to make him comfortable. But the man was surly and downright rude. And his only response to the nurse’s cheerful charm was a string of profanities and blasphemies. The nurse was broken-hearted because she knew the poor fellow was dying and that there was little she could do but pray for him, silently and earnestly, as she went about her rounds. Then, when she saw the opportunity, she spoke to…

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