At that moment oxygen starvation and rampant inflammatory with profoundly unsurvivable decreased and not existent oxygen exchange, death creeps in and lights out…
Nurses, Nurse Practioners, Medical Doctors, Respiratory therapists depend on the support staff! The cleaners, the support teams technicians, laboratory workers, cooks…. There are amazing things occurring!
In NYC and around the World, cheers and much respect is paid to our heroes.
Are YOU ready? The ultimate sacrifice was for The Word of God made flesh to have a death far worse than what is now…dehydration, blood loss, inability to oxygenate… Yet, Christ spoke and prayed…
“Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do” “Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in paradise (in response to one of the two thieves crucified next to him) “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit” (last words)
Are we ready? His-story repets itself!
We could browse His-story. We are in history survivors of THE pandemic and those who have passed, the toll it has taken… WE are all in this together.
Though Jesus has imparted wisdom to millions of His followers through his words, it is sometimes worth remembering that His ultimate lesson was that of His suffering and sacrifice upon the cross. Through Him, God brought forth His covenant with man, to purge our sins in His blood.
And we pray:
Father in Heaven, You placed Your Word become flesh; Your only begotten son – Jesus, as reparations for our hopelessness. We live in faith of what shall be for each of us, the end of life the beginning of the afterlife, by Your grace in The beyond AWESOME Presence of Your Essence. You Created the Universe, the seen from the unseen and now droves of us are headed into the unknown. Yet, we have faith and hope in Your Presence. I thank You for Your sacrifice. May we praise the name of Christ in the highest, for dying upon the cross to give us the gift of grace and freedom. May the unjust be cleansed, and upon the cross our souls be forgiven. May the blood You shed not be in vain but be always with us, as the rising sun, shining down on all man the message of salvation, Amen.