Omega-3 fatty acids aren’t just for people. Our canine companions absolutely need them for a healthy brain, heart, eyes, and skin. But getting your dog to have enough daily omega-3s to make a difference –may be a challenge. However, there’s an intelligent way for your best friend to get the omega-3s plus the phospholipids and peptides they need every day.
Q. Dear Terry, “What are some of your top choices for longevity? I know I’m not getting any younger, but I’m doing pretty good for 78 years old and would like to keep it that way.” – Simon B., Clarksville, TN
In the Scripture, the prophet Elijah was living in a certain city. God said to him, “Leave this place and go down to the brook Cherith for I have commanded the ravens to feed you there.” When he got to the brook, every morning just like clockwork, the ravens brought him food. He had his provision; a prepared blessing. Here's the key: Elijah didn't have to try to find the ravens. He just had to get to where God wanted him to be and the ravens found him.
In the same way, there is a place where God has commanded you to be blessed. Everything you need to fulfill your destiny has already been laid up for you—provision, favor, abundance. The real question today is, will you do what's required to get to your place of blessing? Elijah could have said, “God, I don't want to leave. I like it here. My friends are here.” But if he had stayed, he would have missed where he was commanded to be blessed.
Are you willing to do what God is asking you to do today? Listen to the prompting of the Holy Spirit inside, follow His leading, and enter into the place of blessing!
"Father, thank You for leading me to a place of blessing. Thank You for sustaining me and empowering me to fulfill Your call on my life. I choose to follow Your leading so that I can be in the place You’ve called me to in Jesus’ name. Amen."
"Depart from here and turn eastward and hide yourself by the brook Cherith, which is east of the Jordan..." (1 Kings 17:3, ESV)
"We may speak about a place where there are no tears, no death, no fear, no night; but those are just the benefits of heaven. The beauty of heaven is seeing God." — Max Lucado