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Q. Dear Terry, “I’m trying to get a head start on my New Year’s Resolution, which is to exercise more. My strength and stamina are pretty low right now, but I want to get started. I know you have a busy schedule and still find time to exercise. What do you recommend?” – Martina A., Albuquerque, NM
Q. Dear Terry, “What multivitamin would you recommend for a man in their 30's, who is a hockey player, works in an office during the day and is always tired? Also, what additional supplements could help to increase his energy? Thank you.”– Diane V., Green Bay, WI
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Catch The Little Foxes
Everyone has opportunities to get upset and be frustrated every single day. Sometimes it’s the little things—we can’t find the car keys, traffic is backed up, somebody was rude, or what should have taken an hour ends up taking four hours. Something happened and now you are frustrated and all bent out of shape. There will always be something that can sour your day, but if you are going to live in victory, you have to maintain the right approach. You can’t let the little foxes spoil the vine. In other words, don’t let the little things in life spoil the harvest God has for your future.
I’ve heard it said, “Life is 10 percent what happens to you and 90 percent how you respond.” Make sure you respond to life with an attitude of faith and expectancy. Sure, things may irritate you, but don’t let that irritation last into the next moment. Let it go. Don’t try to control everything around you. Instead, release it to God knowing that His plans are for your good, and He is leading and guiding you in the path of blessing.
"Father, today I choose to hold on to peace. I won’t let the little things upset me and steal my joy and peace. I choose to trust You and praise You for what You are doing today and in the future of my life in Jesus’ name! Amen."
"Catch for us the foxes, the little foxes that ruin the vineyards, our vineyards that are in bloom." (Song of Solomon 2:15, NIV)
“Make failure your teacher, not your undertaker.” —Zig Ziglar: American author, salesman, and motivational speaker