I am a medical doctor. As a result of this, I am allowed into peoples most private and personal moments. Often, there are times where people are emotionally distraught or particularly vulnerable and exposed.
I am fairly good at separating my personal emotion during these encounters, and I generally try to be supportive without becoming too personal.
There have been a few occasions lately though, where I have felt compelled to guide someone towards Jesus. I have never done it though today I almost did.
Given the secular society we live in, my gut is that this is a bad idea. Perhaps not ethical if my primary focus should be on treating the disease?
Your thoughts are most appreciated.