Did you know there’s one simple mineral that we need every day that most of us never get? There was a time when it was considered a “cure all”, but we’ve forgotten all about it in favor of prescription drugs, and as a result, rates of cancer are skyrocketing, obesity is epidemic, and our energy levels have plunged. That mineral is iodine, and what you don’t know is hurting you. Let’s change that right now….
Q. Dear Terry, “I’ve had heart issues for much of my adult life and one of my friends recently asked me if I’m taking vitamin K2. I don’t know anything about K2 and I’m curious if it’s something I should start taking?” – Kory P., Virginia Beach, VA
Pomegranate Seed Oil and Extract Can Improve Circulation
In a one year study, the equivalent of two dosages of 600 mg of Pomegranate seed oil and extract reduced the thickening of the endothelium (the inner lining of the artery) by 35% in one year, therefore, increasing circulation of blood and oxygen to the…
Epilepsy and Gluten Sensitivity
Epilepsy. It affects 3 million Americans and generally we as treating neurologists do not know the cause. Certainly in some cases the cause is readily … Watch the video >>
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In today’s Scripture the apostle Paul is saying, “You were comforted in the loss of your loved one; help somebody else through their loss. You’ve been healed; now go help somebody else get healed.” God didn’t heal you just so you could be well, but so you could become a healer. He favored you so you could show people favor. He gave you a new beginning so you could help others make it through their loss. You’re no longer a patient needing help; you’ve become a physician.
Every one of us has had experiences that make us a physician. If you’ve been through cancer treatment, a divorce, a loss, or a rough childhood, you are uniquely qualified to help others in that situation. You’ve been in their shoes. You know the pain, the discouragement, the battles they fight in their mind. You can help them in a way that others who’ve not experienced it can. Don’t stay a grateful patient, become a physician.
“Father, thank You for the things that You’ve brought me through that I can now use to help others in their struggles. Thank You that I have something to give, some encouragement to share, some wisdom to impart. Help me to give away what You’ve given to me. In Jesus’ Name, Amen."
“…He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others. When they are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us...” (2 Corinthians 1:4, NLT)
“What seems to us as bitter trials are often blessings in disguise.” — Oscar Wilde