CoQ10 is present in virtually every cell in your body. But aging, medications, genetics, and strenuous physical activity deplete our natural levels of this nutrient. That’s why I think everyone should add CoQ10 (also known as ubiquinone) or its bioactive form, ubiquinol, to their regimens. Here’s important news everyone can use.
Q. Dear Terry, “My dad has 2 out of 3 arteries clogged in his leg. I think he was told that he has a buildup of calcium in them. If the last artery becomes clogged, he will lose his leg. Is there anything that can help his arteries?” – J.Y., Chapel Hill, NC
Q. Dear Terry, “What would you recommend for a 75 year old grandma who is in tremendous pain due to severe osteoporosis? She needs to be wearing a special garment to hold her spine. She has been taking blood thinners for who knows how many years and other medications. I am afraid that the deterioration of her osteoporosis condition could be caused by long-term use of certain drugs? We appreciate your advice very much!”– P.B., Yuba City, CA
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In the Scripture, David was anointed to be the next king of Israel at the age of seventeen. After this incredible promise was given to him, David did not go to the palace for a coronation; he went back to the shepherds’ fields. He was anointed but not appointed. He had to pass the test of being faithful taking care of sheep. He had to pass the test of being good to King Saul even though Saul was trying to kill him. David didn’t take the throne until he was thirty-seven. It took twenty years for him to take the throne, for him to be prepared for where God was taking him.
Don’t get discouraged by the preparation process between the time God puts that dream in your heart and the time it comes to pass. If you keep the right attitude, every struggle you go through, every disappointment, every delay is making you stronger, developing your character, growing you up. Pass those tests. It’s getting you prepared.
“Father, thank You for both the anointing and the appointing that You have for my life. Thank You for the training and preparation process that You are taking me through. I believe that I will pass the tests and get to where You are taking me. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”
“...Blessed is the man who remains steadfast under trial, for when he has stood the test he will receive the crown of life, which God has promised to those who love him...” (James 1:12, ESV)
"We gain strength and courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face…we must do that which we think we cannot.” – Eleanor Roosevelt