The Concept of Grace in Nursing

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The Concept of Grace in Nursing
Grace in Christian theology is “the free favor of God towards humans, which is necessary for their salvation” (“What is Grace?," 2010). There is natural grace and supernatural grace. Both types of grace refers to the means by which God removes all the obstacles from a person that keeps them from enjoying eternal life. When grace is discussed in theologically general terms it refers to the supernatural grace. When grace is discussed in nursing it refers to the natural state of grace (“What is Grace?," 2010).
Supernatural grace is defined in terms of being sanctifying, actually turning the soul of a person to God. This kind of grace implies a conversion which makes the soul habitually good and ready for an...
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