God’s calling

I didn’t have an idea how I became a dentist and do not  understand what was God’s calling for my life. The Bible says “Before I  formed you in the womb I knew you; Before you were born I sanctified you; I ordained you a prophet to the nations.” I  believed that God has a plan for my life. My thinking was “ I can’t serve God because I’m not a full time staff in church.” But I just wanted to serve Him as much as possible. I prayed and asked God to show me how to become  a more effective Christian to extend His Kingdom.

During the  training sessions organized by  Healthcare Christian Fellowship International in Philippines, I learned the vision of HCF. “ Most people pass through the hospital of the world rather than its churches. Hospitals are open 24 hours. People are more receptive to the gospel. Hospital is the last place they stopped before they go to eternity. People need to heal physically and spiritually.”

After I embraced this vision, the Lord revealed to me about my calling for His glory. The Bible says “ Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, “Whom shall I send, And who will go for Us?” Then I said, “Here I am ! Send me”  God’s vision for the health field  is to build the Kingdom of God in our workplaces(hospitals, clinics).

As  healthcare Christians we have responsibility for our patients- not only for their  physical needs but most importantly their spiritual as well.  Now I realize that God has a greater plan for my life because  a lot of people (patients and colleagues)  are unreached by churches. I have more opportunity to reach out to people through the healthfield God placed me in. Patients are also created in God’s image. They are valuable to God. This is my desire – to serve Him as my Lord and Saviour all the days of my life so that more people will come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. All glory to Him.

Dr Ester Naw
Dental Officer

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