'"I thirst".....this is a word for us-His blessing upon pain, given from the cross to tell us that He bore it, that He understands it, that He can sanctify it.....suffering comes into the Christian life, not as the particular punishment of individual sins, but as the common heritage of all mankind.To read more of his insights on pain and suffering in the Christian life, read on here.
Friday, 6 April 2012
Powerful words from Jesus just before He died. Having previously refused the wine mixed with gall as a sedative, he now cores in anguish for his thirst to be quenched. F.W. Drake sees significance is this acknowledging of human anguish by the God-man Jesus.
No, not that side! But thank God got through surgery ok yesterday. And thanks to all for love support and prayer.
As a doctor I've long be interested in what it is like to be on the other side of the desk. In other words, what is it like to be a pati...
So my wee book, The Art of General Practice on soft skills for GPs is finally published today. The publishers bumpf on the back is mostly ...
Like much else in life, sleep is something we take for granted until we no longer have it. As a GP I've become increasingly convinced ...