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Good Thinking: What’s New?

by Dr. Don Kuehle

It’s a new year! SO, what’s new? 2013 witnessed a lot of new things: New products hit the marketplace. 44 new words were added to the Dictionary — babymoon; cakepop; FOMO; jorts; & omnishambles. Jackson became the new most popular name for baby boys; Phil and Korie were also popular. Sophia remained the #1 name for baby girls; while Mia and  Sadie were close seconds. The

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Good Thinking: Truth Is What It Is

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“I solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but  the truth.” We’ve heard these word often; we’ve said these words ourselves. We all want to know the truth. Yet, the question remains: “What is true?”

Mr. Webster defines truth this way: “Truth is that which corresponds perfectly to its referent.” In other words, something is “true” when it’s in  line with, or

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Good Thinking: January Daze

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“They say that the year is old and gray,

That his eyes are dim with sorrow;

But what care we, though he pass away?

For the New Year comes tomorrow.

No sighs have we for the roses fled,

No tears for the vanished summer;

To welcome the glad new-comer.

Then sing, young hearts that are full of cheer,

With never a thought of sorrow;

The old

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Good Thinking: The Christmas Star

by Dr. Don Kuehle

People throughout the ages have looked to the stars for guidance, for inspiration, and for hope. God created the myriad of stars that dot the heavens. God has also given us a Star, born in Bethlehem, raised in Nazareth, and crucified in Jerusalem. His coming was foretold by the prophets. He was expected by the multitudes. Yet, when He came, few recognized Him.

The prophet, Isaiah,

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Good Thinking: Sing a Song of Christmas

by Dr. Don Kuehle

One can tell a lot about a person by listening to the music they sing. One can tell what condition a nation is in by listening to its music. Especially at Christmas, our music says a lot about what we are thinking and feeling. We sing “Jingle Bells” or  “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” or “Frosty The Snowman” and “I’m Dreaming Of A White Christmas.” Popular tunes.

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Good Thinking: Guess Who’s Coming for Christmas

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Mom hangs up the phone and turns to the family: “You’d never believe who that was! Guess who’s coming for Christmas!”

In the same way, God speaks to each of us saying: “Guess who’s coming to your house for Christmas!” We, like little children, try to guess – Santa Claus? Rudolph? Aunt Jewel? Cousin Joe? We name all the important people in our lives, people we’d

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Good Thinking: One Gave Thanks

by Dr. Don Kuehle

I’m a reporter for the Jerusalem Journal. I was sitting at my desk on a fall morning, 32 A.D. Word came in that this miracle-worker, Jesus, had just healed 10 lepers.

I rushed out to the scene to interview Jesus and the lepers who had supposedly been healed. By the time I got there, only Jesus and a leper named Joel were still around. Jesus seemed

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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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