I move on to lifting weights. Shoulders only. I had planned on going to the store too, so I didn't stay as long. When I walked over to get my jacket, I saw a man(a different gentleman) on the floor, leaning against some equipment. He said that he fainted, but that he felt fine. Several of us started asking him questions. I told the gym worker that the lady in the corner was a nurse. She stopped her workout and came over to evaluate him. Turns out he is on blood pressure meds and is Type 2 diabetic. They give him some water and move him from the floor to a chair. When he gets to the chair, he starts seizing. Scary. His wife kept saying, "I told him to drink water, I told him to eat more." She was not happy or worried. At that point we all yelled call 911! I waited until the ambulance got there. Hopefully he is doing well.
I am grateful that I have friends at the gym and that I know some things about them. Maybe they didn't need her help, but I think it was comforting for them to know there was a nurse helping them. This lady was in the right place at the right time AND willing to serve. An Angel.
And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have