K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 6 months and 20 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,151 comments.

 My first blog was published on Saturday 4th of August 2007.

 My most recent blog was published on Tuesday 12th of February 2019.

My Blog Archive
Well-Seasoned Or Just Plain Salty?
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My heart felt sick as I visited the Facebook pages of some friends yesterday. They were all people whom I had known since childhood and all of them profess to be Christians. I have attended church with them and worked beside them in places like Sunday...
Before The Miracle
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And they all ate and were satisfied. Matthew 14:20 (ESV)   It had been a long day. The crowd of more than 5,000 men (plus women and children), had listened to Jesus all day and were undoubtedly tired and hungry. In fact, the disciples urged Jesus to...
But Inside
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A healthy tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a diseased tree bear good fruit. Matthew 7:18 (ESV) When I read this verse earlier today, I could not help but think about how some would argue against this analogy. They would be quick to point out the...
Living In A Dark, Cold And Dangerous World
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On my way to church yesterday, I noted the beautiful winter sky and thought to myself that if I had not listened to the weather report, I would have never known there had been a winter storm warning issued for later that day. I would have never known...
Lookin' Good On The Outside
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A while back some friends of mine were in an accident that totalled their car. Unfortunately, they were still making payments on that vehicle and the settlement was for less than what they owed and of course, were responsible for the shortfall. In the...
I Need God Every Hour!
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I am not ashamed to admit I simply don t stand a chance without God. My family and most of my friends know that I had a subarachnoid hemorrhage due to a ruptured brain aneurysm nine years ago...in my sleep. That doesn t just happen, folks. People who...
A Broken Connection
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When it comes to computers, neither my husband nor myself are very saavy which often surprises people as he is an AV guy. Apparently people think computers and audio/video equipment are one and the same. They are not. Last night, we suddenly lost our...
A Tale Of Two Companies
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This is the tale of two companies. The names have been changed to protect the guilty. Other than that, this is a true tale that took place today. Last evening, for some reason I decided to go on-line to see if a transaction had gone through on a...
A Race Well-Run
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I stumbled across a tribute on my Facebook feed the other day. I only saw it because the writer of the tribute happened to mention one of my mother's first cousins. I have only seen this cousin a few times over the past 45 years as she moved to...
To Grandmother's House We Go!
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I flung open my front door last week and saw my two year old grandson dancing around on the doorstep. Clearly he was very excited that he was going to spend some time at Grandma's house. His big smile grew even broader when I opened the door and...
The Tale Of Banana Bread An Ongoing Saga
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It started out as a simple gesture. My husband was in grad school and money was extremely tight but he wanted to give something to co-workers during the holiday season. We had some bananas that were quickly ripening so he decided to put them to good...
The Burned-Out Candle
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Nowadays I find myself cringing when I hear non-Christians in our society talk about Christians. Why? Because they talk about how intolerant, hypocritical and hateful we are towards others. If this were not true, it would not bother me. Unfortunately...
Looking Back To Look Ahead
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On December 3, 2007 I opened up an email that said I could view a recent test result that had just posted. I remembered that I had just had a recent routine mammogram so I followed the link, logged in and read these words: "There is evidence of a...
Further Out Or Further In?
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I was thinking about the phrase, "rock bottom" today. What this means is you have reached the lowest level and you cannot go any further. It came to mind, however, that while hitting "rock bottom" will often cause a person to...
On The One Hand
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I found myself internally shaking my head in disbelief. Looking at the women around me, I could tell that they were as mystified as I was.  A woman had been telling us about how she was overwhelmed this year and simply did not know how she was going...
When I Feel Overwhelmed
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Hear my cry, O God; listen to my prayer. From the end of the earth I call to You, when my heart is overwhelmed and weak; lead me to the rock that is higher than I [a rock that is too high to reach without Your help]. For You have been a shelter and a...
But Is It True?
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We first hear of Saul, the man who would later become known as the Apostle Paul, as a witness to the martydom of Stephen. After Stephen was dragged out of the city to be stoned, his accusers laid their coats at the feet of a young man named Saul (Acts...
The Fruit We Offer
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In a recent sermon series entitled "Reclaim The Table", my campus pastor brought up a point I had never thought about before. He talked about the table  of our life and that everyday we "offer fruit" to those around us. Now I have...
The Faithfulness Of God
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This morning while I was on my knees, I found myself singing the song, "Yes and Amen". Looking back on my own life I must honestly say that God has always been and continues to be faithful, even when I have been straining desperately to...
A Chance Meeting
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  I started to grab a grocery cart this afternoon. I only had a few items to grab and and knew I would be in and out in just a few minutes. Just as I started to grab a cart, I felt impressed to head for the restrooms. Huh? I didn't need... well......
The Prodigal Kitten
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I got the news early this morning. Last evening my son and daughter-in-law had discovered that their two month old kitten had apparently made a run for it and had slipped out the door. She is very small, athletic, black and it was dark outside. Need I...
The Open Invitation
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All day I have been thinking about a conversation I had yesterday with a fellow-Christian. Some of the things they said sounded well and good on the surface perhaps but I found myself chilled to the bone as I considered the ramifications of some of...
The Broken Mask
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I can see them now, sitting in front of me, with their masks carefully in place. Their physical flaws are carefully hidden by make-up, hair pieces and/or hair dye and clothing designed to make you appear either larger or smaller, depending on your...
The Time Is Now
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In October 2017, I purchased a ticket for a women's conference that was going to be held in October 2018. Yes, that's right. I purchased my ticket a year in advance. Why? Because over the last several years I knew this conference had been sold...
A Clean Sweep
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I got out my electric sweeper the other day in order to give the textured tile floor in my kitchen a good cleaning. While using it, I moved the pedestal table that sits next to the bay window and suddenly let out a gasp as the sweeper bumped up...