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Q. Dear Terry, “I’ve been on prescription pain medications for my back issues for many years. I’ve had multiple surgeries for some disc issues, but unfortunately the pain is still there. I just started acupuncture and physical therapy, which seem to help a little. What are some natural alternatives to pain meds?” – Bryce T., Wilmington, DE

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Q. Dear Terry, “My daughter has mild cervical dysplasia from HPV. She is quite embarrassed and won’t talk to me much about it. I want to help her with some natural options. She’s heard some horror stories from her friends that have had to undergo more serious treatments. What natural options can I give her? ” – C.L., Los Angeles, CA

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Q. Dear Terry, “My six-year-old came home from school coughing a week or so ago. He says he feels fine, but the cough hasn’t gone away and it has woken him up at night a few times. What herbal remedies would be good for him?”– Sasha K., Colorado Springs, CO

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Seek First

Jesus said in Matthew 6, “Seek first the kingdom of God.” That word “seek” is a strong word. One definition is “to require as a vital necessity.” You have to see spending time with God as being vital to living a victorious life. When things get busy, the children need you, it’s hectic at the office, or you’ve got a thousand things to do, you’ve got to put your foot down and say, “No, this is not an option. If I’m going to be strong, if I’m going to be my best today, if I’m going to have God’s favor, I’ve got to rearrange my priorities so I can spend time with God.”

You may have to get up earlier—before the children need you, before checking your emails, before the phone starts ringing. Take time to invest in your spiritual well-being. We feed our physical body at least three meals a day, but often we feed our spirit just once a week at church. We wonder why we feel burned out, unenthusiastic, and lack favor, wisdom and creativity. It’s because we’re not taking time to get filled back up. Just like we feed our physical man, we need to feed our spiritual man. When you invest in your spiritual well-being, it will pay huge dividends in your life.”

"Father, today I choose to put You first. I acknowledge that without You, I can do nothing. I invite You to have Your way in my life as I seek You first in all that I do in Jesus’ name. Amen."

"In the night I search for you; in the morning I earnestly seek you..."
(Isaiah 26:9, NLT)

"Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young."
—Henry Ford: American industrialist

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