17. Mission Possible.
“For with God nothing shall be impossible.” (Luke 1:37)
The moment the nurse walked into the room and told me her job title, I knew the conversation would not go well. Not that I wanted it that way. I could just tell her personality type. She was determined to do things one way, hers! The first tell-tell sign was the announcement of her job title, not her name, but her title. (Never once did I hear her greet us.)
One of the most common ways to disrespect someone is by not talking to them, but at them. Again, this is easily done by not saying the person’s name – no acknowledgment.
When I sensed where the conversation was going, I asked the nurse to leave and come back later, or to send someone else. She told me there was no one else. At that point, it was clear to me that this conversation was going nowhere. Absolutely no where! Ever been there?
Although our desires were made difficult, they were not impossible to achieve. We simply asked our daughter to do the leg work for us. The end result? The nurse did not have things her way! I believe God was pointing us in a certain direction, so we were determined to stay on the path He ordained—doing things His way!
Just thought I would let you know about a little bump that was!
In the meantime, rejoice knowing that we serve an awesome God! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38i9V4ICfDQ
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Dr. Verna Foster Harvey