K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 4 months and 13 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,129 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Monday 3rd of December 2018.

My Blog Archive
Its In The Genes
Published
I am meeting with a genetic counselor this afternoon in order to determine whether or not I should be tested for being a carrier of the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutations which can be responsible for breast cancer (in men as well as women), ovarian,...
There Is A Cost
Published
Earlier today, while doing some Christmas shopping, I headed over to a website a friend of mine had told me about. The items are made by women living in poverty in countries where being a Christian means facing severe persecution. The woman who made...
God Is Perfect In All Of His Ways
Published
This morning at church we sang a song entitled, Good Good Father. If we believe what is written in the Book of Job, then we believe that the enemy cannot bring any harm upon us except by God's permission. Truthfully, this is a very tough pill to...
A New Way Of Thinking
Published
A few years ago, I learned of an excellent book which exams the parables of Jesus from a cultural perspective. The name of the book is Through Peasant Eyes by Dr. Kenneth E. Bailey who was formerly the chairman of the Biblical Department at the Near...
That You May Prosper
Published
In December 2007, I joined a breast cancer support group which met at the hospital where I was going to have surgery my surgery done. After my diagnosis, right before my husband and I met with the surgeon, a wonderful woman named Barb introduced...
His Eye's On The Sparrow
Published
There is a noticeable silence outside of my window. A small woods borders my yard and in the spring and summer, I am treated to a songbird symphony most mornings. I love it! Several lakes are just down the road as well and in the spring it is not...
Prepared To Live
Published
The area of the world where I live has what is known as a continental climate meaning that during the course of a year the climate ranges from subzero temperatures and bone-chilling (literally) windchills to heat and humidty that can sometimes rival...
Covered With His Feathers
Published
He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy shield and buckler.Psalm 91:4 (KJV) Reading the Daily Bible Verse on CB today reminded me of a time nearly eight years ago when I literally felt like I...
I Am Responsible!
Published
It was a beautiful glorious day like every single day before it but it was about to turn into the worst of nightmares. A single action would not just bring a curse upon themselves and all of their descendants but upon all of creation itself. Have you...
Just Show Up
Published
On Friday evening, a friend of mine who was recently widowed called me. On Saturday, she and her daughter were supposed to attend an annual dinner event which is sponsored by a local organization called "Widow Might". Her daughter was sick...
What Was Meant For Evil
Published
It is human nature to try to assign blame for something when tragedy strikes. Sometimes we blame external forces but other times we blame the victim. In our minds if something bad happens it must be the fault of someone or at least something. Perhaps...
Maybe We Should Say Thank You
Published
The Word of God tells us to ask so we ask. We ask God to heal us, we ask Him to provide for us, we ask God to help is in a variety of ways. Often we do not only ask these things for ourselves but we ask for them on behalf of others as well. This is a...
The Book of Chronicles
Published
The following paper was not written by myself but by my husband, Dave Reynolds who is currently pursuing his Master of Divinity. He has given me permission to post this paper, which is a summary of the book of Chronicles (divided into two books in the...
Grief Is A Process
Published
About four years ago, the husband of a friend of mine was placed into a care facility due to the progression of Alzheimer's disease. Sometimes this disease progresses slowly and individuals can be cared for at home for a long period of time. Other...
Yom Kippur: The Day of Atonement Then And Now
Published
The following was not written by myself but by my husband, Dave Reynolds who is currently pursuing his Master of Divinity. Yom Kippur: The Day Of Atonement Then And Now By Dave Reynolds July 6, 2015 Jewish festivals and feasts, as outlined in the...
Our Spiritual Garments
Published
Whether we like it or not our physical image whether it be our looks, our clothing or even our actions, says a lot to the world. That image may not always be accurate and in fact often it is not. There have been many sad situations where looks are...
A Battle We Need Not Fight
Published
The Oxford Dictionary defines the term "friendly fire" as: weapon fire coming from one's own side, especially fire that causes accidental injury or death to one's own forces. In other words, rather than attacking the enemy, a soldier...
The Pear Tree
Published
In The Confessions of Saint Augustine Book II, Augustine recounts an incident that happened when he was a teenager. He sneaks into a garden with some friends and steals some pears. He would later write that he had no need for the pears. He wasn't...
The Oriental Rug
Published
I definitely needed a rug. We had moved into a new house with a white textured ceramic tile floor in the foyer which happened to have not one but two doors which lead to either an attached garage or outside. Somehow when we looked at the house, I had...
The Right Kind Of Mirror
Published
A few weeks ago, I was watching a television program where hopeful entrepreneurs pitch their business and/or product to potential investors. One of the products being pitched was a mirror that made the person who looked into it appear to be slimmer...
Every Nook And Cranny
Published
When confronted by a house that could use some tender-loving care, some people are like me. We let out a groan, suddenly remember something else that must be done that very moment (and preferably doing it means we must go out the door), we head out...
What Are You Hungry For?
Published
The thought which came to my mind as I was reading,@watchmanjohn's blog this morning was that we must pursue God. While it is true that we can do nothing to earn our salvation, it is the gift of God, Jesus also tells us, Blessed are those who...
Living The New Life
Published
Colossians 3:1 tells us that we have been raised to new life with Christ. Paul further writes: ... you died when Christ died, and your real life is hidden with Christ in God. Colossians 3:3 (NLT) and then goes on to tell us that when Christ, who is...
The Lord Is My Help!
Published
"Be careful, its slick out." Those were the last words my husband said to me before I drove off. His car was in the shop so we were carpooling that morning. I nodded as I slid into the driver's seat and headed off to school. The past few...
Change Begins With Me
Published
When my husband and I were dating, a friend of ours was assigned to pastor a tiny church in the mountains of East Tennessee which was about 45 minutes away from the college we were attending. Our friend asked us if we would be willing to help and he...