God Moves Me...
Our Heavenly Father is everywhere and in every situation of our lives. He places people on our paths or in their journey for His purpose and His plan. He does not waver or hold grudges as He quietly waits for us to return to Him so that He can immerse us in unearthly love, kindness, and compassion that only He can provide.
The gift of servanthood that God has blessed me with aligns with my faith and life values. He does not want his children to miss out on the opportunity to become His Disciples in this world today. Never pass up the chance to help someone regardless of who they are or what their circumstances may be. Always provide comfort and compassion to one another as we know and understand this is the will of our Father.
Being a nurse, God has placed me in many situations and events that would specifically point to His mercy for others. He puts me where He needs me to do His will, and then He moves me… I can also witness to the fact that He provides for me the strength, the wisdom, and the endurance to always persevere in doing what is right and honorable to Him and others. His love, clemency, and gentleness are sufficient for me.
May you be blessed by the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth. Ps115:15
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About the Author
Nicholette Tixier MSN,RN is compassionate about helping others, whether she is in the clinical setting teaching nursing students or as a first responder in aiding others. She is an active volunteer in her church and community. Her life-long passion is to continue to inspire and encourage others to engage in acts of servanthood, kindness and goodwill. She advises people to volunteer if they cannot find fulfillment in their jobs. In 2015 after completing her Masters in Nursing Leadership and Management she received the Inaugural Nurse Inspiration Award from the Healthcare organization where she was employed.
In 2014, she received an Honorable Mention award from the American Red Cross “Acts of Courage” in regard to ordinary individuals performing extraordinary acts in times of emergencies.
In 2012 and 2017 she received the Volunteer Of the Year award for service and dedication to the Medina County Medical Reserve Corps.