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Q. Dear Terry, “I was recently on some strong painkillers after a surgery. I’ve been trying to wean myself off of the pain meds, but I keep getting terrible headaches. I also feel a little irritable and anxious due to the pain. I can’t really function when I’m on the pain meds. I am hoping you have an herb or natural thing that could help?” — Wyatt R., Alexandria, VA

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Q. Dear Terry, “My grandchild recently got over a viral illness, but he still has a little bit of a cough. He’s been to the doctor multiple times and they said it’s normal. I want to give him some safe relief. What natural options are there to ease his cough, especially at night?” — Mindy L., Pearl City, HI

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Q. Dear Terry, “Unfortunately, I’m prone to getting urinary tract infections. I’ve had tons of testing done and had to go through multiple antibiotic prescriptions. Nothing seems to reduce the frequency of my UTIs. What do you think would be something good to try?” — C.R., Barnstable, MA

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Did You Know?

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Offer Continually

What an amazing privilege we have to enter boldly into God's throne of grace through Jesus. We have access to Him 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year! But notice that today’s verse tells us that we shouldn’t just come to Him any old way. We shouldn’t come empty-handed to the King of kings and the Lord of lords. What do we have to give that’s worthy of Almighty God? Our praise. Our thanksgiving. Our worship. We should always enter His gates with an offering of adoration from our hearts. Praise isn’t just about singing songs in church. Praise is the expression of gratefulness to God for Who He is and all that He has done. Praise is a powerful tool in the life of the believer because God inhabits the praises of His people! When we enter His presence the right way, He enters our circumstances; and when God shows up, the enemy must flee! Today, enter into His gates with thanksgiving and open the door for Him to move on your behalf!

"Father in heaven, I do offer You continual praise. I choose to follow Your Word so that You may be glorified through me. Let everything within me honor You in all that I do. In Jesus’ Name. Amen."

"Through Jesus, therefore, let us continually offer to God a sacrifice of praise—the fruit of lips that openly profess his name."
(Hebrews 13:15, NIV)

"Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity."
—Hippocrates: Greek physician

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