On the other end of the spectrumIt is frustrating though after surgeries to hear family member saying, "jesus did wonderfully" or thank "jesus"...never the surgeon. But when one little thing goes wrong
When my boy was a toddler he had to be hospitalized for some type of viral infection in his knee. There were some othere children in the same ward with the same thing and had to be put on an IV for weeks,,,,just before we decided to do the same ,,,,my wife and I prayed together and decided to wait a few more hours before the go ahead of the IV
The doctor peeked his head through the door ,,said hello and aurtherized 1 fricken drop of tylenol,,,a short time later he was better and so we prepared to take him home.
The whole arrogant staff praised their docter and when they turned to us I told them he didn't do a dam thing ,,,,just 150 bucks for saying hello and a 75 dollar over the counter drop of tylanao.
I looked all of them in the eye and told them what we thought .You talk about someone wanting all the glory and deserving none.
Sometimes these people think there God ,,But many give credit to where credit is due.And some doctors truely do the working miracles. My guess is if you see who gets the glory is weather god had anything to do it.