I just read an amazing story about a West Michigan doctor working in Haiti. You can read the full article here, but let me highlight one section:
At a small health clinic east of capital city Port-Au-Prince, a teenage boy with a broken pelvis was dying from loss of blood.
West Michigan orthopedic surgeon Gregory Golladay sized up the options, then acted.
“He was the same blood type as me. He had a hemoglobin level of 5. You don’t have that and live long. His heart rate was 150. His blood pressure was 80 and going south. He was going to die.”
“I gave as much as I could into an IV bag and he lived,” recalled Golladay, 39, who is among a rotating group of physicians from Orthopedic Associates of Michigan offering critically needed medical care in Haiti.
“It is indescribable really. To see him survive was a very emotional experience. We said we were brothers and I believe it.”
Sounds just like Jesus, doesn’t it?
We were dying. Crushed by sin. There wasn’t much time left. Then Jesus came to earth to die on a Cross for you and me. He gave us His blood so that we could live:
For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son. That whoever would believe on Him should not die but have everlasting life. (John 3:16)
And now, when we accept what Jesus did for us, we are His brothers and sisters:
God decided in advance to adopt us into His own family by bringing us to Himself through Jesus Christ. This is what He wanted to do, and it gave Him great pleasure. (Ephesians 1:5)