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What are your thoughts?ChristianityImago Dei (Image of God) represents a robust theological term, applied uniquely to humans, Shows the symbolical connection between God and humanity. This term has its foundations in Genesis 1:27, wherein “God created man in his image.” This scriptural passage does not mean that it is in compassionate form, but relatively that humans are in the portrayal of God in their ethical, intellectual, and spiritual nature. The term imago Dei defines as God’s self-actualization through humankind, and God’s care for humanity. It is obvious when God says if we have faith like a piece of sand, we can move the mountain; we can do like him. Most of the time, when people have done something wrong, we classify them as evil or evil within them. It is true our mighty God is faithful to us all the time. He always has a good plan for his children. He just asks us to put our trust into him.It is very significant for the nurses to respect the patients’ spiritual values. Treat them with respect and dignity. We do not see God, but we have the treat the fellow human being with kindness as we have created at his image. Religion plays the most crucial role in the ways people practice health care. Very often, this aspect of the person has ignored, and in many settings, maybe to protect against discrimination based on the religion. For example, religious affiliation and membership benefit health by promoting healthy behavior and lifestyles. Regular spiritual fellowship helps health by offering social support that buffers and affects stress and isolation. There is a myth most Christians say if you pray before your last breath, God forgives all your sins. I have noticed that in my career path or surrounding me, when individuals in trouble or sick, they pray more, but it is vice versa; some of them blamed God and questioned: “why you let that happened to me? Why is me”. I am always thankful to God, no matter what happens to me in Life. God never lets anything terrible happens to his children.ReferencesPew Forum on religion and public and public Life. U.S. Religious Landscape Surveys, 2007.07/05/20207nursing

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