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Just for the health of it!

"Eat honey, dear child—it's good for you— and delicacies that melt in your mouth.Likewise knowledge, and wisdom for your soul—Get that and your future's secured, your hope is on solid rock."
Proverbs 24:13-14


The other day I blogged about the wonderful healing powers of honey. Seriously, I am experiencing it, although I'm not 100% better yet, it is truly helping me. So far I have gone through about a jar and a half in a week. I am following instructions I got on a site about it, to take a teaspoon whenever I am in pain and also right before going to sleep.

Church member and friend Becky Faux had talked to me months ago about the healing elements of honey and cinnamon and then she just found this scripture yesterday that actually talks about it being so good for us. So my friends, it's not just a health food store that talks about this -- it's in the B-I-B-L-E!

Try it sometime and see if it helps you as it has me. I'm a believer now and I'll probably take a spoon a day even after I'm totally better just for the health of it!

Comments

Geli said…
Deanna, first of all hello! I am a stranger to you who does not wish to remain a stranger :-)

I have been following your blog which made me smile, feel encouraged, and thankful for your life.

As I just received an award on my own blog and intend to share it with you, I am coming out of hiding.

Please come to my blog: "Angelika's Heart Talk Journals, Life Stories & Memoires" and collect your award.

Have a very blessed Sunday!
Angelika.
Aaron said…
I was actually going to comment the first time you posted about this. Last year I wrote an email to someone because I was sharing how I could keep my eating habits good. It was because of cinnamon and honey! It wasn't because I felt better but because of the taste! I don't like many fruits and vegetables so my good foods are slim pickings. However I found some that were bearable because of cinnamon and honey.
Well now, I fell on the ice and hurt myself and keep rehurting my muscles. I am looking to heal more quickly so I stop rehurting areas that have already recovered. So...I am going to try this and give you an update. Thank you for sharing.
Angelika...how sweet! Thank you so much.

It's wonderful to meet you here in blog world. I'm honored that you've been reading. I will go and check out your blog.

Wow Aaron, I'm blessed that somebody else has discovered it besides me!

Blessings,
Deanna

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