Would Jesus be employable - page 13

Lets say Jesus Christ was on earth today ,he went to school and became a nurse,and had the same attitude towards life that he ,apparently had 2000 years ago. Would he be employable? Or would he make... Read More

  1. by   fronkey bean
    I just be happy if he would go to admin in the AM and let them know they were a brood of vipers and their father is the father of lies!
  2. by   BreezieRN
    Awww... I wanted to use the "resurrecting" this thread line but someone beat me to it!!

    Jesus would be an awesome nurse. Can you imagine working with Him?? He'd always be able to give you good advice, help you with those hard IV's, and comfort you when your stressed or sad. God bless everyone!!
  3. by   SweetLadyJ
    Yes, he would be employable...plus, He has the power to heal and to save.
  4. by   deeDawntee
    The question for me is would Jesus even want to be a nurse? He would have to be the nurse of all nurses!!!! The supreme nurse, the lord thy nurse, the alpha and the omega nurse, the hosanna nurse!! How could Jesus save the entire world being a nurse? Let's say he would have an alterior motive, that is to save the world from sin again, because God knows we need it. Don't you think there are other professions that now-a-days would reach more people? He'd probably have to get his own TV show and website. He could have his own infomercials.

    Hey but maybe some of his disciples this time could be nurses! That would be nice.

    :angel2:
  5. by   PeachPie
    Quote from fronkey bean
    I just be happy if he would go to admin in the AM and let them know they were a brood of vipers and their father is the father of lies!
    Yes! Yes! I could see the admin pulling a huge lawsuit as well!
  6. by   fronkey bean
    Quote from deeDawntee
    The question for me is would Jesus even want to be a nurse? He would have to be the nurse of all nurses!!!! The supreme nurse, the lord thy nurse, the alpha and the omega nurse, the hosanna nurse!! How could Jesus save the entire world being a nurse? Let's say he would have an alterior motive, that is to save the world from sin again, because God knows we need it. Don't you think there are other professions that now-a-days would reach more people? He'd probably have to get his own TV show and website. He could have his own infomercials.

    Hey but maybe some of his disciples this time could be nurses! That would be nice.

    :angel2:
    He saved us the first time as a homeless carpenter. He used to working from a position of little power.
  7. by   Thunderwolf
    I am afraid he would be employed for only a short period of time. Admin would surely fire him for causing the now lack of business from mass healings. That is...if the Drug Companies don't get him first in order to ensure their profits as well. There is big money to be made in illness.
  8. by   FireStarterRN
    Jesus didn't come to over throw the Roman Empire, he said render unto Caesar what is Caesar's. So, he would probably say "Render unto Group Health what is Group Health's"
  9. by   mercyteapot
    It seems to me this question is asking whether Jesus would be willing to accept conditions in hospitals in the US and other Western nations. In reality, if Jesus were to decide to become a nurse, I wouldn't think those are the assignments he'd take anyway. It's easier to imagine him working at an AIDS clinic in African bush or caring for lepers.
  10. by   FireStarterRN
    I think the 'conditions' in our hospitals aren't really anything stupendously horrendous. Our medical system may be weird and unfair, but nevertheless we generally do provide fairly decent care and don't leave people bleeding the street. Even homeless people get cared for if they show up at our doors. We aren't total barbarians...
  11. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from jlsRN
    I think the 'conditions' in our hospitals aren't really anything stupendously horrendous. Our medical system may be weird and unfair, but nevertheless we generally do provide fairly decent care and don't leave people bleeding the street. Even homeless people get cared for if they show up at our doors. We aren't total barbarians...
    I agree - I just returned from a medical mission in Vietnam and I wanted to kiss the US soil when I returned.

    I had a great experience, don't get me wrong. But we have things so much better here.

    Our healthcare system is awesome . . . needs some tweaking here and there but over all it is awesome.

    steph
  12. by   TrudyRN
    I guess He might swallow as much as He could take, then He might overthrow the accountants' desks.

    I think He might endure the cross, despising the shame, and keep on until He got His reward.

    Or He might work some miracles and change things.

    I think most Christians think they are supposed to be docile and never speak up but I disagree. There is a time to speak up and a courteous way to do it - although not necessarily an acceptable-to-the-boss way to do it.

    In the world ye will have tribulation.
  13. by   TrudyRN
    Quote from jlsRN
    we ... don't leave people bleeding the street.
    We do, however, let them die, writhing in agony, on ER floors. We ignore them to death. We let cops arrest them - unless they die first. Then we don't punish the docs who misdoagnosed them but we do destroy the life and career of the triage nurse who had the misfortune to be so stubborn as to not evaluate the person one more time.

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