Good morning everyone,

I am sorry for the delay in new information about my top mlm companies, Beachbody and Regeneca, as well as how I can help you build a legitimate home based business, but, I have been terribly sick the last 3 days. And for those of you who know me…you know I have to be VERY sick to not even turn on my computer. (Yes, I admit it, I am addicted to my computer!)

Today I want to share with you two things that really touched my heart:

Is my friend Amber as a guest on an internet radio show that discusses, “Natual Health As it Lines Up with Biblical Principles,” sharing her story about completing the Vacination Exempt Form at her daughter’s school. Amber’s short story begins around the 3:00 minute mark.

As most of you know, I joined this Daily Success Email Devotional a few months ago and it has changed my life by opening my eyes to God’s laws for our successful living. It was designed for Fathers but do NOT let that deter you…I enjoy and get much more out of it than my husband.

Here is part of one of the daily emails that created an “Ah-ha” moment for me…

…we must first seek the face of the Giver before seeking His gifts. There is a built-in reward for all who do this. A 16-year-old King of Israel discovered that “as long as he sought the LORD, God made him to prosper” (II Chronicles 26:5). Notice that God does not say that He will bless our labor for Him, but He will bless our seeking of Him. In fact, He reproved the church at Ephesus for losing their first love for Him, even though they were busy doing good works. (See Revelation 2:15.)

God wants us to seek His face rather than His hand.

One of the practical reasons for seeking the Lord is so that He will give us the right desires. Then we will want the right things. “Delight thyself also in the LORD; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart” (Psalm 37:4).

The most important reason, however, is that God created us to have fellowship with Him. All of the circumstances in life are designed to promote and strengthen this fellowship. David understood this when he wrote, “One thing have I desired of the LORD, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the LORD all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the LORD, and to inquire in his temple” (Psalm 27:4). Then David gives a powerful personal testimony in Psalm 105:4 and Psalm 34:10:

“Seek the LORD, and his strength: seek his face evermore.” “They that seek the LORD shall not want any good thing.”

This made me realize that I often get so wrapped up in doing good works or even just working hard for the things that I desire, that I lose I sight of Jesus. When I step back and spend time studying his word, seeking him in prayer and casting my cares upon him…not only is my work load lighter but I reap greater rewards.