But I think Judas and Peter had similar hearts, fallible human hearts like ours. I think the same doubts that plagued Peter were the same doubts that prevented Judas from coming back to Jesus and the other disciples. I think the same faith that caused Judas to return the money in repentance was the same faith that propelled Peter to weep bitterly and then wait in hope with the other disciples.
We are at Jesus' disposal. If He wants you to be sick in bed, if He wants you to proclaim His word in the street, that's all right, everything is all right. We must say, "I belong to you. You can do whatever you like. " And this is our strength, and this is the joy of the Lord.
In both IV technique and faith life, it's difficult to move from a sense of knowing and seeing to a sense of unknowing and hope before taking a risk.
So, why is that we forget how much we desire the best from others’ work when we’re the ones working?
As a nurse, I’ve got to tell you, the naked human body is beautiful.