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Good Thinking: Summertime

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“Summertime — and the livin’ is easy;

Fish are jumpin’ and the cotton is high…”

– George Gershwin.

I remember summertime. I grew up on a farm — and the livin’ was not easy! I remember summertime. Cultivating acres of corn. Cutting wheat with a binder and putting the bundles of wheat into shocks; later, threshing the wheat and hauling the grain to the granary. Cutting,

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Good Thinking: In Praise of Dad

by Dr. Don Kuehle

When we think of families, we first think of mothers; fathers most often come in second. Mother’s Day was observed nationally decades before there was ever a Father’s Day. Perhaps it’s time we said something in praise of dad.

Each parent plays a unique, equally-important role in making their family the best family possible. The role of the father, however, is often over-looked. An unknown poet

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Good Thinking: Hurrah for the Grand Ol’ Flag!

by Dr. Don Kuehle

At various times and places we stand with others and pledge our allegiance to our nation’s flag:

“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

No matter how many times we say it, the words still evoke a sense of national pride.

In

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Good Thinking: Babel and Pentecost

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Rudyard Kipling wrote:

“All good people say; and all god people agree that

All nice people, like us, are WE — And everyone else is THEY.”

We are a divided people. Separated by national boundaries, limited loyalties, and by barriers of status, economics, education gender, age, and language. We have learned to hate those who are not like “us.” We are suspicious of “them.” Life is

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Good Thinking: Decoration Day

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Decoration Day, May 30 – a day set aside to “decorate” the graves of fallen heroes with flowers. I remember, as a child, observing Decoration Day. I would go with my mother and grand-mother to visit the cemeteries where our relatives were buries; there, we would place fresh-cut flowers on their graves. We would also place flowers on the graves of those men & women, whom

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Good Thinking: The Best Mom Ever

by Dr. Don Keuhle

Anna M. Jarvis was born in 1864 in Grafton, W. Va. She moved to Philadelphia, Pa., in 1904. The following year, on May 9, 1905, Anna’s mother died.

Anna loved her mother dearly. That’s why, on May 9, 1906, Anna invited her family and close friends to a service in remembrance of her mother. Again the next year, on May 9, 1907, Anna held a memorial

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Good Thinking: We Can Count on God’s Promises

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“I promise you…”

“You have my word that I will do…”

“I assure you that I will do this for you.”

Promises! Promises! Promises! We make them; and, too often, we break them. Not so with God! ! ! God’s word is true, forever. God’s promises are a sure thing — we can count on them! There are more than 1,200 promises in the Bible —

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Good Thinking: We Can Count on God’s Providence

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Snoopy is sitting out in the cold, his supper dish frozen solid. Linus walks by, pats Snoopy on the head, and says: “Be warm and well-fed, Snoopy.” And then Linus walks away, leaving Snoopy shivering in the cold. That could have been us. When Adam and Eve disobeyed the Father, broke His laws and His heart; when they were thrown out of Paradise, shivering in the

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Good Thinking: Same Old Crowd

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Fire flamed against the night sky. The small church building was a total loss. Members of the congregation met, and decided to hold Sunday Services in the only available building in town, the local tavern. As the people assembled on the following Sunday morning, the tavern-owner’s pet parrot looked out over the crowd and proclaimed in a squawking tone: “New piano player. New emcee. New floor

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