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
Woman To Woman
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With the advent of the new and improved group feature at Christianblog.com, I wanted to blog about a CB group for the women of CB called "Princesses of God". CB is different from a lot of other blogging sites in that it is a blogging...
But It Is Just One Little Letter!
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I was hungry for pancakes this morning and but had run out of the homemade mix I normally use. I could have whipped up more but as someone who is always in search of "adventure" I decided to try a new pancake recipe which I had found online....
Sharing The Stories Of Our Lives
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A few years ago I had read a book by a well-known Christian author and speaker in which she shared the horrible circumstances she had been in prior to finding Christ. She had been an unwanted child, produced under the worst of circumstances, abandoned...
Living In God's Presence
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Today I read a blog by @watchmanjohn entitled Taking 2016 For Granted. In his blog, he recounted an incident recorded in Numbers 14. The 12 spies who Moses had been sent to scout out the Promised Land had returned. The land was rich and bountiful but...
The Walls Of Jericho
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Under God's help and direction, Joshua had led the Israelites into the Promised Land. This however was not a time for celebration and relaxation. In fact, it was quite the contrary. It was time to go into battle and take possession of the land God...
An Ounce Of Prevention
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Earlier this week, I was contacted by a woman who worked for my health insurance company. They are preparing a series on the importance of preventive care and wanted permission to share my story. I gave my consent without giving it a second thought....
Those Unnecessary Things
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Last week, the microwave over my oven broke. We knew it had a few "issues" over the past two years and so it was probably time to replace it. Rather than race around town looking for a replacement (I hate shopping), I went online to see what...
Chariots and Horses Or God?
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Yesterday I was just thinking about a passage of scripture which happens to be today's Daily Bible Verse: Some trust in chariots, and some in horses; but we will remember the name of the Lord our God. They have bowed down and fallen; but we have...
Inconvenience Or Investment
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My husband is an embedded employee at a large international company which has various office complexes in our area. He is one of a team of people who provide audio visual support at these sites. Last fall, a contract employee with that company was...
Despite The Tears
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I first saw this picture a few days ago and I stared at it for a long time. In fact, it moved me to tears as I recalled two blogs I had written a few years ago entitled When The Music Fades and Keep On Dancing. As I looked at the picture and thought...
The Evidence Of Things Not Seen
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Yesterday, one of my pastors made a statement that really caught my attention. When we grab a hold of fear, who do we put our trust in? God or the enemy? He went on to give this acronymn of fear: F alse E vidence A ppearing R eal I have been in a...
I Can't See You!
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It is very easy to tell people to pray and trust God when they are in the midst of a storm but too often those are merely words we mutter as we move on. If we are honest with ourselves, we are merely trying to apply a Band-Aid to a long, jagged wound...
Too Many Thorns!
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“The harvest is great, but the workers are few. So pray to the Lord who is in charge of the harvest; ask him to send more workers into his fields.” Matthew 9:37-38 (NLT) This cry has been echoed throughout the Church ever since Jesus issued...
As Christ Also Loved The Church
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The other day I published a blog entitled Some Thoughts On Being A Woman And A Wife. In that blog I wrote: I would like to start out by saying that the Bible does not tell a woman to submit to every man. It tells her to submit to her husband...
Some Thoughts On Being A Woman And A Wife
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I recently read something recently that caused me to start thinking about not only the role but the behavior of a woman and in particular a wife according to God's plan. Often when this subject is brought up, a lot of people get this visual image...
Present With The Lord
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She was small and vivacious just like my mother. Life had been tough for her, very tough, but she never allowed bitterness or despair to gain a foothold in her life. Never. From a human point of view, she had every reason to be. She had grown up in...
Say It For Daddy!
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It was Christmas time, 1962 and the little white church was packed with people who had come to see the annual Sunday School Christmas program. I was just barely two years old but for several weeks my mother had worked with me on memorizing my little...
What Are You Supposed To Be Doing?
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"What are you supposed to be doing?" The child in front of me stopped in their tracks and lowered their hand. With widened eyes they looked at me as if I had suddenly materialized in front of them. I hadn't of course but they had been so...
He Is Our Advocate
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It wasn't until eight years ago that I began to fully realize what it meant to have an advocate. This is not to say that I did not need or have one prior to that but it wasn't until my life was literally on the line that the word...
Living Each Moment
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A few days ago, on a cancer website, I read a desperate cry from a woman who is struggling with anxiety after being diagnosed with breast cancer nine months ago. She finished rads a few months ago and had 22 rounds. Her feelings of anxiety in regards...
The Faithful Friend
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In the second epistle to Timothy, Paul mentions a man named Onesiphorus. He is only mentioned twice and both times it is in this epistle. Based on Paul's choice of words, many scholars believe that Onesiphorus had recently died because in 2...
The Beaded Bracelet
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I was suddenly aware of noise around all around me. The faces of people who seemed familiar faded in and out. Why were they here? Wait, those voices. I had heard them before. I detected a booming voice but then a soft but strong and firm voice. Donna....
An Unexpected Blessing
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In the fall of 2013, when my husband was unemployed, God miraculously provided the means for him to begin to work towards obtaining his Master of Divinity. This was something he wanted to do after obtaining his BA in Biblical Education in 1982 with a...
But That IS Normal!
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I have cold-induced asthma which means that although I have an inhaler, I rarely need to use it unless I have a cold. Since a cold can hurl me into a vicious cycle that can last for months, the moment I start "barking", I begin using my...
The Littlest Things
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A little while ago someone called into the radio station I was listening to and told about an incident that happened to them the other night. The caller had gone to the Red Box kiosk and rented the movie "The War Room". After getting the...