Remember that kindness and love are reflections of the faith we believe in. It's best to keep our personal views separate from our patient care and utilize words that empower the patients value system. If you are asked directly for your opinion, you can utilize phrases such as, "Well, I have a bit of a different way of looking at things based off of my beliefs and I don't want to give you the impression that I am not respectful of yours".
HELLO I AM NOT ABLE TO SEE WHATS BEING TYPED. SO BEAR WITH ME PLEASE. I HAVE OFFERED TO PRAY WITH PATIENTS. AND IF ASKED I SHARE MY BELIEFS. THIS HAS NEVER CAUSED ANY PROBLEM. IN FACT MY PATIENTS HAVE LOVED FINDING OUT I WOULD PRAY FOR THEM. IF ASKED I SHARE MY BELIEFS HONESTLY
JESUS LOVES YOU VERY MUCH. IN 22 YEARS I RECIEVED ONE NO FOR PRAYER. THEY NOR I WERE OFFENDED. IT HAS BEEN A WONDERFUL JOURNEY. IT IS A MINISTERY OF LOVE.
Christ follower here, too. Congratulations on your achievement! As far as the right words to say, I would not advise you to ask people. Ask God in prayer, and He will give you the perfect words you need to respond. Being natural is always, IMO, and you are obviously on the right track!