Have you felt anxiety? The kind that saps your joy and leaves you with feelings of fear and disaster? There is an unexpected herbal way you can reduce anxiety and the host of symptoms that go with it. And, this answer is safe and effective. You don’t have to rely on prescriptions, or their often unwanted side effects. Instead, you can defeat anxiety with a specialized, clinically tested botanical that calms the nervousness and fears of anxiety.
Q. Dear Terry, “My wife has Sjögren’s syndrome and experiences flare ups every few months. She mainly suffers from eye and mouth dryness, joint pain, and fatigue. What are some natural ways to help support her? ” – John P., Ames, IA
Q. Dear Terry, “One of my friends recently starting taking ashwagandha for stress and it’s really helped. I’m interested in trying ashwagandha as well, but I don’t know much about it. Is it safe to take long term?”– Rob L., Tucson, AZ
Q. Dear Terry, “With all the extra computer time lately, I feel like I’m having some carpal tunnel issues, primarily pain and tingling. I’ve had carpal tunnel symptoms in the past and have been trying to do more stretching when I can. What else can I try? ” – Paola K., Buffalo, NY
Solomon said, “A good name is worth more than great riches.” Your reputation is one of the most valuable things you have, and it is built on the foundation of your personal integrity. A person of integrity does the right thing when no one is watching. You can have talent, determination, and vision, but without integrity, you won’t reach your full potential.
Where does it start? In today’s Scripture, David was saying, “Starting in my private life, when I could compromise, give in to temptation, cheat people, instead I’m going to do the right thing. I’m going be a person of excellence and show God that He can trust me.” He went on to say, “I will not look at anything impure. I won’t watch things that are going to poison me. I will not have anything to do with crooked dealings, things that are shady, not ethical.” Your name is too important to let it become tarnished by not having integrity.
“Father, thank You that down at the foundation of my life I can be a person of integrity, someone who’s true to You no matter what. Thank You that as I honor You, You are a shield of protection to me. I will not let small things keep me from Your big blessings. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”
“I will walk with integrity of heart within my house...” (Proverbs 4:23, NIV)
"Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young." —Henry Ford: American industrialist