Ladies and Gentlemen, God is not a respecter of persons. Meaning if you need a heart surgery and you have a right to have it; then I do too. The premise here is that we both need the heart surgery; so, in saying that “how” I get my heart surgery should not matter to you just as both of us live.
I am your neighbor whom God called you to treat me as yourself, I am your neighbor whom God called you to love, I am “one” of the “another” he called us to be.
I use needed medical treatment; however, this premise can suffice for anything needed by those who ask for it.
We cannot pick and choose, who gets what and call that God.
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- SC hospital offering glimpse at open-heart surgery (sacbee.com)
- Neil Armstrong Recovering from Heart Surgery (universetoday.com)
- Former astronaut Armstrong has heart surgery (kansas.com)