K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 8 months and 21 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,167 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Friday 22nd of March 2019.

My Blog Archive
And Yet I Will Rejoice In The Lord!
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It seems like a common message running through CB at the moment is to wait patiently on the Lord. Earlier this morning, after reading a post in a group I belong to here at CB, my eyes fell upon one of the sticky notes attached to my computer monitor....
Dare To Move
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A blog written by @blessings2you entitled Taking That First Step reminded me of the first time I attempted to drive a car after suffering a ruptured brain aneurysm and stroke. I was terrified. I knew I was having trouble interpreting what I was...
I'll Leave The Light On
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I was physically and emotionally exhausted. I had spent a week in Missouri last September with my friend @blest whose husband, @blessings2you was in ICU on a ventilator as he battled pneumonia and sepsis. Wanting to stay as long as I possibly could, I...
Hot Apple Crisp
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Earlier this afternoon, I remembered there was an apple pastry in my freezer. My husband had bought it from a co-worker's daughter a few months ago. It has been a rather cold and wet day today which reminded me that fall will soon be here and...
Move Forward With The Strength You Have
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Beginning with a blog I read this morning by @watchmanjohn entitled Finally Be Strong In The Lord, the ongoing theme that I have been encountering all day is to move forward with the strength you have. This was the message that God gave to Gideon when...
It Is Just A Little Thing
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It had been the first Saturday in months that my husband did not have to work. The July weather was glorious and so we decided to take a little day trip to southern Minnesota. We took a scenic drive to a sleepy little town whose downtown is on the...
Standing Room Only
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All my life I have heard small, struggling churches in America justify their condition by saying that it is because they do not compromise the Gospel. People do not want to hear the Truth. People aren't interested in salvation. People don't...
How About Some Ice Cream?
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Late yesterday afternoon I got a text from a friend who was recently widowed asking me to pray for her. She had spent a wonderful afternoon at an apple orchard with her daughter and son-in-law who live in the lower level of her home. Her daughter and...
In Every Tongue
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I perceived how that it was impossible to establish the lay people in any truth except the Scripture were plainly laid before their eyes in their mother tongue. --William Tyndale The second chapter of Acts records the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on...
A Natural Product Of Abundant Joy
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They are being tested by many troubles, and they are very poor. But they are also filled with abundant joy, which has overflowed in rich generosity. 2 Corinthians 8:2 (NLT) In his second letter to the Church at Corinth, Paul writes of the difficulties...
The Apple Cart
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The Daily Bible Verse on CB today is 2 Samuel 22:33 which says: It is God who arms me with strength and keeps my way secure. (New International Version) Over the past seven years, I have become more aware of that than ever before as my body and mind...
How's Your Integrity?
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Integrity: the quality of being honest and fair Integrity is a word that is often talked about in our society but unfortunately it is practiced less. That is to be expected for we live in a fallen world in which it is human nature to not only do what...
Whom Shall I Fear?
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One of my favorite verses is Isaiah 41:10. In the New Living Translation it reads: Don't be afraid, for I am with you. Don't be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right...
Sometimes God Says No
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When I was a girl, my mother taught a series of children's lessons on prayer taken from the life of Amy Carmichael who spent many years in India as a missionary. The first story made a tremendous impact on me and I have never forgotten the lesson...
Follow Your Nose!
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It was early Sunday morning and I was about to head out to the car and then stopped. In the time-honored custom of women, I decided that this was the perfect moment to stop and tell my husband about something that had been on my mind when I woke up...
By Your Side
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Thirty-four years ago today, two twenty-year olds stood in the presence of God and witnesses and vowed: To have and to hold from this day forward, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till...
The Candle In The Dark
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Okay, I will admit it. I have a soft spot for period pieces. Now don't get me wrong. Just because I have a soft spot doesn't mean I am not selective. I have no interest in watching people sneaking about with other people's spouses and so...
I Love You But...
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Christians use the word love a lot. We talk about the love God has for us and the love we have for God. However, we also talk about loving our spouse, our family, our friends, fellow Christians and even our neighbor. Talk is cheap. Several weeks ago,...
My Disquieting Thoughts
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In Psalm 94:19, we find the word sarappim which is sometimes translated as "thoughts". I am sure that most of us are familiar with the phrase,"lost in translation" which means that a word or phrase cannot be directly translated...
Count Your Many Blessings!
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As I was driving home earlier today, I suddenly began to think of various challenges that not only myself but my family are facing at the moment. Knowing the danger of becoming overwhelmed by these sort of thoughts, I immediately counter-attacked by...
The Arrow In God's Hands
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For the past few days I have been beseiged by a spirit of fear and anxiety in regards to a situation I am facing. Late last night and into this evening, it intensified to the point that I was felt physically sick and struggled to keep it from...
I'll Save You A Seat
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I belong to what is now known as a "multi-site church" meaning that we are one church with multiple locations. At the moment we have seven campuses in Minnesota with two international campuses. The sanctuary of the main campus, which is...
The Hungry And The Oppressed
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"Feed the hungry and help those in trouble. Then your light will shine out from the darkness, and the darkness around you will be as bright as noon." Isaiah 58:10 (NLT) Over the past few years I have heard estimates which suggests that as...
Return To The Right Path
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Sigh... "I think, he is lost," I said to myself as I followed a van filled with teenagers. The driver of the van was notorious for getting lost and actually, he knew it. In fact, he would even joke about it. The problem was, as the director...
I'm Supposed To Do What?
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Occasionally I like to visit websites where people can post recipes. Sometimes I know exactly what I am looking for but other times, I am simply browsing, looking for something new and interesting to try. Usually people who have tried the recipe are...