In many of the stories that talk about Christ healing, reference were made to that fact that it was faith and belief that healed and not the actual touch that created the miracle. White (2011) “Marvelous will be the transformation wrought in him who by faith opens the door of the heart to the savoir” (p.51). We must always have to have a positive attitude. Having a positive attitude shows compassion, to show compassion you have to be attentive, and use your active listening skills to truly understand what your patient needs are to empathize with what they are going through. When you show empathy they can tell that you care about their well-being and that it goes beyond the job and a paycheck.
Christians today would say that if they have prayed and asked God to cure a particular person and they are cured, then it is indeed a miracle. Their prayers for that person's health have been answered so they look upon this as a miracle. Now whether this is technically correct is debateable. By some definitions a miracle must 'be an event with religious significance'. This fits that meaning, but even though it a religious occurrence, it does not usually 'breach natural laws' as it is not uncommon for people to be cured.
The parable of the prodigal son teaches about patience, kindness and forgiveness amongst other qualities exhibited by the father towards the son and this can be used as a sounding board by nurses when dealing with patients who become irate and violent due to the nature of their illness. Most importantly, it teaches us that God always wants us to come back to him; therefore Nurses need to forgive and not take it personal when such situations arise rather, they should learn from it considering that there is a glimmer of hope with each new experience which can lead to spiritual growth. Self-help or group based support groups are also important because experiences which can be learned from are shared and difficult situations can be put into perspective with
There is a depth to our words that seems to pour a healing balm into their wounds. We who have felt the sting of grief, who have experienced the pain of loss, are often the best at helping others. It’s important to have a good understanding of the stages of grief. Knowing these stages will help you in ministering to those who are in the midst of their grief. 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 describes this saying, “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.” We can relate to the pain others are feeling, because we have experienced pain too.
Christians face end-of-life decisions in all their ambiguity, knowing we are responsible ultimately to God, whose grace comforts, forgives, and frees us in our dilemmas. Which decisions about dying are morally acceptable to concernd Christians, and which ones go beyond morally acceptable limits? Which medical practices and public policies allow for more humane treatment for those who are dying and which ones open the door to abuse and the violation of human dignity? Proposals in various states to legalize physician-assisted death  point to renewed interest in these old questions. ELCA members, congregations, and institutions need to address these questions through prayer and careful reflection.
And the prayer of faith will save the one who is sick, and the Lord will raise him up. And if he has committed sins, he will be forgiven. Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working (James 5:13-16). James 5:13-16 supports the concept of a healing hospital because it shows the relationship between the process of healing and spirituality in the form of prayers.
The Gospel of Luke begins with Jesus traveling to the land of Jericho to continue his ministry. On the way, he encounters a blind man begging along the roadside. The word of Jesus’s adventures and miracles had spread by word of mouth, which amassed a crowd surrounding him. The blind man, intrigued by the reason for the crowd, inquired what the hub bub was about to which they told him that, Jesus of Nazareth was passing by. To this the blind man shouted to get his attention, Jesus Son of David have mercy on me.
Will Your Faith Lead You to Salvation? Martin Luther once said, “all who call on God in true faith, earnestly from the heart, will certainly be heard, and will receive what they have asked and desired”. This idea is originated in the bible and has been adopted into everyday life. Jesus Healing the Blind Beggar (Luke 18:35-43). This story begins with Jesus traveling to Jericho, where there is a blind man sitting by the roadside begging, he hears a loud crowd and starts asking what was going on.
It is of significance to know the HD patients' religiosity and its relationship to their HRQoL to have a premise in arranging to tend to advance self-administration and comprehensive care to this sort of patients. The outcome demonstrates that a few measurements of religiosity are vigorously connected with HRQoL, which does not just reinforce the current learning that religion has a key part in the strength of patients with constant sicknesses, for example, kidney failure additionally underscore the prime part of religion in impacting the HRQoL of HD patients (Cruz et al., 2016). The religious needs of each HD patient ought to be managed. It is essential for healthcare providers to genuinely comprehend the religious needs of their patients. Besides, otherworldly spirituality should pick up an equivalent thought when taking care of patients since this measurement is the most ignored part of the patients'
Christians understand that suffering is used as a tool for God’s punishments. Also, Christians comprehend evil as wicked, hurtful, painful, and deathful; the opposite of God’s will allowing them to seek forgiveness (Rubin & Yasien-Esmael, 2004). Christians lived humbly because they depend on God by living life by the righteousness of his faith (Habakkuk 2:4). In addition,