Do you reach for a couple of antacids when you get heartburn? The truth is, that’s a bad idea. Fortunately, there is a great combination of botanical ingredients that stop heartburn and GERD without compromising your health. Here’s what you need to know.
Q. Dear Terry, “My wife has rheumatoid arthritis and I want to help her feel better. She’s been to many doctors and tried several medications, but she still has issues with her hands. Are there any natural ways to help with her arthritis?” – Daniel C., Manchester, NH
The symptom you should never ignore is blood in the stool. Never ignore blood in your stool or ASSUME that it is ‘just hemorrhoids’. Blood can also be a sign of internal bleeding caused by colon cancer. It isn’t uncommon for someone to bleed internally for…
It’s easy to complain about your boss, about the traffic, or about a relationship. We create much of our own unhappiness by how we respond to negative things, how we approach life. Here’s the key: When you complain, you remain; but when you praise, you’ll be raised. In Psalm 40, David says that if you have “a new song” of praise in your heart, you’ll see more of God’s favor. He said that he was lifted out of “the pit of despair.” When you develop a habit of always thinking about God’s goodness, seeing the best, singing a hymn of praise, you’ll have joy despite what’s happening around you. You might have been through some difficulties, but you have to start making a new melody in your heart. Start thanking God that new doors are opening, and your best days are still ahead. If you get your song back, you’ll start feeling the joy bubbling up, you’ll get your passion back, and you’ll see your dreams start coming to life.
Father, I worship You because You are worthy, Almighty God. Thank You that You put a new song in my heart that lifts me up no matter what is happening around me. I choose to shut the door of complaining and declare that my best days are still ahead. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Psalm 40:3, NLT He has given me a new song to sing, a hymn of praise to our God.
“I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship.” — Louisa May Alcott
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