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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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Good Thinking: We Can Count on God’s Peace

by Dr. Don Keuhle

We live in a war-weary world. We live in a world where a robbery and a shooting are considered “normal.” In too many communities if there is not a killing or a robbery, or both, it’s not a normal day. Violence and abuse make the headlines every evening. Chaos reigns supreme. People are  anxious, stressed-out, tense. Everyone is searching for some relief, yearning for some degree

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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

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Good Thinking: We Can Count on God’s Pardon

by Dr. Don Kuehle 

Barabbas had been proven guilty — guilty of the destruction of property; guilty of the destruction of lives; guilty of being a threat to National Security. Barabbas was in a top-security Roman prison. One morning the word came down: “The Governor has pardoned you. You’re a free man.” Through the centuries, Presidents have pardoned convicted criminals, and even terrorists; Governors have pardoned persons on “death row.”

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Good Thinking: We Can Count on God’s power

by Dr. Don Kuehle

The headlines shout it out loud and clear: “Power Shortage!” This winter has been brutal; we’re experiencing a shortage of natural gas, propane, maxed-out electric grids; Government regulations limiting our access to coal; wind and solar adds little to our energy needs. Without power, everything shuts down! No electricity. No heat. We’re left shivering in the cold! Seems as if all the sources of power that

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Good Thinking: Kittens and Shaggy Dogs

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Kittens and puppies are the most playful, fun-loving creatures God ever made. They don’t seem to have a care in the world. Perhaps it’s because puppies and kittens have learned to trust their owners and to depend on their masters for all their needs.

Kittens and puppies have it made! They are sheltered from all kinds of bad weather. They never run short of something to

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Good Thinking: Read My Lips

by Dr. Don Kuehle

The body is made up of many parts. The hardest part to control is our mouth and our tongue!

There are a multitude of wise sayings concerning the mouth and the tongue:

“He who knows little, knows enough to hold his tongue.” “Many a man’s tongue has broken his nose.” “A kind word is never lost — it keeps on going from one person to another…”

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Good Thinking: George Washington, Great President

by Dr. Don Kuehle

February is the month when we observe President’s Day, honoring George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Both were great men, respected and revered leaders. They dealt well with the issues and crises of their day.

What if Washington or Lincoln were president today? How would they handle today’s issues? How would they deal with the pressure of the press? Would their privates lives be made more public

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