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Please humble yourself before the Lord, abiding by the teachings of His Word and pouring yourself into serving the needs of others.

This is how we find peace with the Lord and progress toward peace with others.

And this is how we can do much to gain better health.

“A peaceful heart leads to a healthy body” (Proverbs 14:30)

We all know this is true.

Stressed-out people are more prone to sickness.

Anger-ridden people have higher mortality rates.

These are facts.

Pursue peace.

Swallow your pride.

It just might be the best health pill you’ll ever take.

As always, I love you

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4 Responses to “Morning Devotion: A very healthy pill”

  1. Thank you so much for your insightful devotional page of swallowing our pride and be kind and helpful to others as our Lord to us, and then we, His followers, will have peace in three ways, ourselves, others, and most importantly, Him. This is as you say the best pill ever, and we have to swallow it in a daily bases, not just every now and then. I am having lots of fun teaching kids, but I need to work on getting along with my fellow teachers, and my bosses, and also my spouse. Thanks for your prayers and support.

  2. admin says:

    Wonderful note, Lorene. I’m glad that you have a desire to please the Lord by loving people — of all ages and dispositions. The world needs more people like you.

    Martin Drummond

  3. Martin,

    Thank you for your encouragement and support. There is so much to learn from others and Jesus that makes one’s life real fun and worthwhile. Have a great Mother’s Day for Lori.


  4. Patrice says:

    I love these readings! They are straight and to the point! This one in particular is a good reminder for us all to aim to stay “stress-free” as much as possible. With a winter storm approaching this area now, we are all geared up to be in the frantic mode. I pray that God will personally calm me and others nearby. May we find “peace” not only in this situation, but others as well. Thanks for this meditation.

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