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Q. Dear Terry, “My diabetes has not been well managed by the medications my doctor prescribed. I know that high blood sugar can lead to a lot of issues. I want to try and use natural options to help with my diabetes. What do you think could help?” – Jason L., Southaven, MS
Q. Dear Terry, “My husband and I have been dealing with a lot of smoke from the surrounding forest fires. My sinuses are really irritated and so are my lungs. What are some things I could take to help reduce the irritation?”– Karen P., Sacramento, CA
Too often we pursue titles and positions, thinking we’ll feel good about ourselves when we have them. “When I make it to sales manager, when I get on the varsity cheerleading squad, when I’m the head usher, the senior partner, the lead supervisor…” That’s fine. But you don’t need a title to do what God has called you to do. Don’t wait for people to approve you, affirm you, or validate you. Use your gift, and the title will come.
If David would have waited for a title, we wouldn’t be talking about him today. When he went out to face Goliath, David wasn’t a general, a corporal, or a sergeant. He wasn’t even enlisted. He didn’t have a title, a name badge, a uniform, or a single credential. He went out knowing God had called and given him the gift to defeat Goliath. In a few years they gave him a title: King of Israel.
“Father, thank You for the gift that You have given me and for what You have called me to do. Thank You that I can just be the best that I can be with what I have, and You will take care of the rest. I believe that You will receive the glory. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”
“...Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms...” (1 Peter 4:10, NIV)
"No one can make you feel inferior without your permission." — Eleanor Roosevelt