The fear of cancer is very real. All the more reason to explore all the ways that frankincense oil and boswellia can stop inflammatory cellular damage, inhibit the destructive effects of oxidation, and even stop cancer and tumor growth. Don’t live in fear, learn about frankincense.
Q. Dear Terry, “I have arthritis that is bone on bone. My leg and ankle stay swollen all the time and the pain is always there. I take two Aleve a day for the pain. I have tried curcumin and it works wonders. Are there other things I can use to help restore my knee? I read the joint repair article, do I need to use all of the products mentioned?” — Ava L., Jacksonville, NC
Drugs are now on the market to treat dry eyes. While there are some diseases and prescription drugs that can cause dry eyes, the majority of dry eyes are caused by weather, sun, contact lenses, central heating, air conditioning, and the continued use of computer…
You have many treasures buried deep inside of you—gifts, talents and abilities that you don’t even know about yet. But the greatest treasure within you is the Spirit of God. You carry the treasure of God in an earthen vessel! He’s also deposited treasures on the inside of you that are tied to your purpose. By His Spirit, you will discover that God has fully equipped you for everything you need in this life. We have to draw out those treasures inside of us by what we speak and what we believe. We stir up the gifts by praying in the Spirit. Don’t let those treasures lie dormant. Seek God and follow His leading. Dig deep, stir it up and move forward in the destiny God has in store for you!
"Father, thank You for choosing to live inside of me. Show me the treasures You have deposited within me so that I can fulfill Your purposes for me all the days of my life in Jesus’ name. Amen."
"But we have this treasure in earthen vessels…" (2 Corinthians 4:7, NKJV)
Maintaining order rather than correcting disorder is the ultimate principle of wisdom. To cure disease after it has appeared is like digging a well when one feels thirsty, or forging weapons after the war has already begun. — Nei Jing (2nd century BC)