Have you noticed your dog seems less playful or has difficulty walking? That can be a normal part of aging, but it also means there is some potential joint damage and pain happening, too. I want you to know about curcumin and how it relieves pain and protects joints without causing stomach or liver damage. Here’s how to pick a highly absorbable curcumin and what you need to know to help your best friend.
Q. Dear Terry, “I saw a natural doctor who said I could use some adrenal support. I don’t know much about the adrenals, but I know stress isn’t good for them. I’ve definitely been under a lot of stress for a while and feel pretty run down overall. The doctor gave me some suggestions, but I want to know what you suggest for adrenal support? Thank you!” – M.S., Lawton, OK
Q. Dear Terry, “My teenage son started developing headaches the past few months. I think it may be due to the extra screen time from his online school. I’m trying to limit his screen time outside of school work to see if it helps. Is there anything I can give him to hopefully prevent these headaches from worsening?” – Solange M., San Diego, CA
Q. Dear Terry, “The wind and cold weather really bother my eyes. I don’t wear glasses or contacts, but I’ve noticed that my eyes get a little dry and scratchy this time of year. I tried eye drops in the past and didn’t notice much improvement. Is there a natural way to help my eyes?”– Jakob S., Ontario, Canada
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Sing a New Song
In today’s Scripture, God is saying that the things you’ve been struggling with are coming to an end—the disappointment, the hurt, the bad habits. He’s about to put a stop to it and do a new thing. But if you’re going to see the negative come to an end and God do a new thing, you have to sing a new song. You can’t go around with that same old song of who hurt me and how wrong it was. No more singing about what you can’t do and how it’s never going to work out. No, get rid of that song of defeat and self-pity and start singing a song of victory. “I know God’s turning it to my advantage. He’s turning my mourning into dancing. He’s armed me with strength for this battle. I will lose this weight. I will break this addiction.”
Is there something you need to get over today? Make this decision: no more excuses.
“Father, thank You that You are worthy of my worship and new songs of praise. Thank You that I can put the old sad songs of defeat behind me and start singing songs of victory. I declare that this is a new day, and my dreams and vision are being renewed. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”
“Behold, the former things have come to pass, and new things I declare…Sing to the LORD a new song, his praise from the end of the earth.” (Isaiah 42:9–10, ESV)
“Make failure your teacher, not your undertaker.” —Zig Ziglar: American author, salesman, and motivational speaker