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Good Thinking: A Good Reason to Sing!

by Dr. Don Kuehle

The “people called Methodist” have always been noted for their great singing. Since the time of John & Charles Wesley in 1700s England, Methodist Christians have been a singing people. Charles Wesley wrote more than 6,500 hymns, dealing with every phase of human living. The words he penned were new; may of the tunes were known to the common folks of his day — the tunes

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Good Thinking: Hail to the Veterans

by Dr. Don Kuehle 

Ever heard of Veterans Day as Armistice Day? “Armistice” refers to a cessation of war, a temporary peace, a truce between enemies. A “veteran” is an old soldier, a seasoned fighter from some former war. On June 4, 1929, at the end of World War I, the U.S. Congress passed the following legislation:

“WHEREAS the 11th of November 1918, marked the cessation of the most destructive,

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Good Thinking: Pecans and Other Nuts

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“The morns are meeker than they were,

The nuts are getting brown;

The berry’s cheek is plumper,

The rose is out of town.”

– Emily Dickinson in her poem, ”Nature”

We’re in the midst of Fall. People are going “nutting,” hunting for hickory nuts, picking up pecans, waiting for walnuts to fall. Acorns are in ample supply. And we can almost hear the voice of God

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Good Thinking: A Child of Grace

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“How happy every child of grace, who knows his sins forgiven.” So wrote Charles Wesley. What does it mean to be a child of grace?

Ted was painting his deck; he was not a good painter. His neighbor, a retired professional painter, comes over and offer to help Ted paint. An act of kindness; a favor; an act of grace.

Joe and Joan’s house had burned.

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Good Thinking: Women of Faith

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“Spirit of faith come down; Reveal the things of God…”

So wrote Charles Wesley.

Faith is a gift from God that enables us to see and hear and feel God at work – at work in us, at work in others, at work in the world. Based on what we have seen and heard and felt, we have the assurance that God is with us at

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Good Thinking: Something Beautiful

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“There is always room for beauty… room for another rose.” So wrote Florence E. Coates.

In the beginning God created a multitude of universes. Then God filled the empty space with suns and moon and stars; God filled the earth with a myriad variety of plants and shrubs and trees; a myriad of animals and birds and fish; and people of every shape and shade. Looking

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Good Thinking: Fall – A Special Season

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Fall comes and takes us by the hand. Fall, however, goes too swiftly for our frail human nature.

Fall stands before us dressed in the latest colorful fashions. But we are too busy with our own lives to notice her beauty and marvelous designs. Fall calls us to follow her into another year. But we are too preoccupied with the past and too tied to the

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Good Thinking: I Want to Be Successful

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Everybody wants to be at the top. We all want to be successful. Everybody wants to be No. 1. We all cheer for the team that wins the championship. Our society honors and glorifies those who reach the top. Society has no place, no sympathy, for a #2; second place means nothing. We soon forget the team that came in second, even though they lost by

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Good Thinking: Will There Be Peace?

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Congress, in 1826, held a Service of Commemoration to honor the sacrifices that John Adams and Thomas Jefferson made in signing the Declaration of Independence. It was written of them: “Sink or Swim; Live or Die; Survive or Perish — I give my hand and my heart to this vote! We believe in the Revolution. We will sign our name and cast our vote for Independence

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