K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 48 years, 9 months and 21 days.

  I have published 2,396 blogs and 7,094 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Thursday 18th of October 2018.

My Blog Archive
I Will Wait With You
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I remember that cold December day back in 2007 when I was going to meet with the surgeon in regard to my surgical options after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Not wanting to be late, we had left in plenty of time to deal with the morning rush...
A Time To Heal
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When I was a girl, I slipped on an outdoor staircase and sliced my right hand on a broken beer bottle lying at the bottom of the stairs. I felt no pain as I had managed to sever the nerve so I did not realize how serious my wound was. One of my...
Just Give Me A Hug
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If we are brutally honest with ourselves, we are uncomfortable when we encounter those who are hurting. We want to "fix it". We want to "rescue" them. We want them to "move on". So, we give them pep talks, search for...
The Valiant Little Flower
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I thought I had done it this time. I really did. I am at best, a very poor gardener with a black thumb. I do "okay" with outdoor plants thanks to the rain and sunshine. Indoor plants are a different story. I neglect them and then I try to...
You Lift Me Up
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Yesterday, while reading a blog written in 2007 by @blessings2you, I came across these words: "God does not demand perfection from us. All He wants is for us to try to the best of our ability to do things right. If we fall short, He is there to...
Tell It To Your Children
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I grew up listening to stories. My grandmother was the oldest of five girls and my mother was one of eight children so whenever the family got together there was always a lot of laughter, singing and of course, stories. The stories were not just about...
Even When It Hurts
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Several weeks ago, while setting up the stage for a well-known singer...
When No Is The Answer
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Most of the time, we do not like the word, "no". There are exceptions to this of course. If you ask someone, "Are you in pain?" and they say, "No." that's a good thing but generally speaking we do not like the word no...
A Celebration Of Life
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I was a member of CB, the day I learned I might have breast cancer. It had come at me from out of nowhere. A routine mammogram revealing a spiculated mass, a failure to contact me, learning about it in probably one of the worst ways, via the internet...
A Matter Of Integrity
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Earlier this evening, I tried to go out through our garage door. I say I tried because when I pushed the button, the garage door rose about a foot or two and stopped. Uh-oh. It seems that one of the springs was broken and as I needed to go out...
Everywhere We Go
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The Apostle Paul says this about the Christians at Thessalonica: And now the word of the Lord is ringing out from you to people everywhere, even beyond Macedonia and Achaia, for wherever we go we find people telling us about your faith in God. We...
The Three-Legged Race
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A week and a half ago, my husband had a fall at work which resulted in...
Crying In The Night
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This morning I was reading another blog written by @blessings2you that...
Looking Forward To Never Having To Say Good Bye
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A little while ago, I remembered I had a transcript of a communion service held in cyberspace here at CB in 2009. @blessings2you had brought forth the message. I knew exactly where it was at but I was not prepared for what I found underneath it. Over...
A Tribute To Our Friend and Brother
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In the Bible, there is a man that is only mentioned twice by the Apostle Paul. We know very little about this man and yet the few words Paul writes about him, reveals so much. Paul writes: "May the Lord show mercy to the household of Onesiphorus,...
A Blessing 2 You And To Me
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He came to CB in October 2007 with the username of "Blessings2you". I had arrived at CB a couple of months earlier so I am one of the few members who remembers his arrival. I do not believe there has ever been a single member who has had...
Look What The Lord Has Done
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Some of you are aware that my husband had a bad fall at work a few days ago and is currently in the hospital. We are both very grateful for all of your prayers. In times of crisis, we have a tendency to cry out, "Where was God? Why did this...
Just A Little While
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And, after you have suffered for a little while, the God of all grace who called you to his eternal glory in Christ will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you. 1 Peter 5:10 (NET) When I read the above passage earlier today, I thought...
You Chart The Path Ahead Of Me
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Psalm 139 is one of those psalms that we should mark and re-read over and over again. This Psalm is attributed to David and he begins by saying: "O LORD, you have examined my heart and know everything about me. You know when I sit down or stand...
God's People Are Generous
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Psalm 112 begins with this declaration: "Happy are those who fear the LORD. Yes happy are those who delight in doing what He commands." Psalm 112:1 (NLT) The Psalmist continues by talking about the blessings that will fall upon those who...
You Thrill Me, Lord!
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You thrill me, LORD, with all you have done for me! I sing for joy because of what you have done. Psalm 92:4 (NLT) When I was dating my husband, he gave me a gift one day. It wasn't my birthday, it wasn't Christmas or Valentine's Day. In...
A Pathway No One Knew Was There
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Psalm 77, a psalm of Asaph, begins with an anguished cry to God. I cry...
Carried In The Arms Of God
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This morning, during my quiet time, I read this verse: Praise the Lord;...
Singing Through The Gates
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This past weekend I attended an out-of-state wedding and while there, I spent some time talking to the husband of one of my cousins whose mother had recently passed away. I had not known his mother very well but my mother had grown up with her. When I...
Guarding Your Heart
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Saul and a servant had traveled through the entire land of Benjamin looking for his father's donkeys but to no avail. As a last resort, Saul's servant suggests that they seek the advice of the prophet Samuel who lived in the nearby town. Saul...