"The one who is coming after me is stronger than I am. I’m not worthy to carry his sandals. He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire."
Ministry of John the Baptist
3 In those days John the Baptist appeared in the desert of Judea announcing, 2 “ Change your hearts and lives! Here comes the kingdom of heaven! ” 3 He was the one of whom Isaiah the prophet spoke when he said:
4 John wore clothes made of camel’s hair, with a leather belt around his waist. He ate locusts and wild honey.
5 People from Jerusalem, throughout Judea, and all around the Jordan River came to him. 6 As they confessed their sins, he baptized them in the Jordan River. 7 Many Pharisees and Sadducees came to be baptized by John. He said to them, “ You children of snakes! Who warned you to escape from the angry judgment that is coming soon? 8 Produce fruit that shows you have changed your hearts and lives. 9 And don’t even think about saying to yourselves, Abraham is our father. I tell you that God is able to raise up Abraham’s children from these stones. 10 The ax is already at the root of the trees. Therefore, every tree that doesn’t produce good fruit will be chopped down and tossed into the fire. 11 I baptize with water those of you who have changed your hearts and lives. The one who is coming after me is stronger than I am. I’m not worthy to carry his sandals. He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire. 12 The shovel he uses to sift the wheat from the husks is in his hands. He will clean out his threshing area and bring the wheat into his barn. But he will burn the husks with a fire that can’t be put out. ”
20% of adults in the U.S. are caregivers. One in five adults cares for an aging parent, an ailing spouse, a person with a disability or a relative or friend who needs some form of help. This book is a basic cookbook for new or existing non-professional caregivers. It is easy to read and useful as a handy reference. It helps caregivers keep their loved ones living in their own homes.
The reader learns that the person they are caring for has unique needs. Supervisory care is hands-off and personal care is hands-on caregiving. Memory loss care and palliative care are both forms of comfort caregiving. The first half of the book introduces these types of care.
Every caregiver uses fundamentals or building blocks of caregiving. The second half of the book presents: Caregiving basics - communication, infection control, and food preparation and storage. Home safety. What to do in an emergency - medical emergencies or accidents and prevention. Medication, care plans, and medical records. Financial and legal papers - gathering and/or creating documents like Advance Directives or estate planning.
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