K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 5 months and 16 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,140 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Tuesday 8th of January 2019.

My Blog Archive
The Man Behind The Counter
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I was out running errands yesterday when I decided to dash into a fast food restaurant to get a quick lunch. The lunch rush was over so there were only several customers standing at the counter when I walked in. I only had to wait a moment or two...
God's Love Notes
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My first blog was written on August 4, 2007 and it is entitled A Love Note From God. It is a rather simple story and I suppose that some people might even think it to be a bit silly or even irreverant but I don't think so. You see, it is what my...
The Man In The Road
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Christos had a busy day ahead of him. It seemed like all of his days were busy. In addition to the demands of his job and family, there was always some new mountain to climb, some new goal to achieve. Then of course, there was his reputation to...
Where Is Your Trust?
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Psalm 20:7-8: - Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God. They are brought to their knees and fall, but we rise up and stand firm. (New Living Translation) I first heard this passage of scripture when I...
Something To Sing About
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When a woman faces surgery due to breast cancer, something happens to her. Regardless of whether it is a lumpectomy or a mastectomy, she feels like she is about to cease to be a woman. In order to try to protect themselves from what they are feeling,...
We Are Not Forsaken
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I have been young, and now am old; Yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken, Nor his descendants begging bread. Psalm 37:25 (New King James Version) As I read the above scripture this evening, I found myself thinking back to when I lost my job due...
Valley Of Weeping
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Psalm 84:6-7: - When they walk through the Valley of Weeping, it will become a place of refreshing springs. The autumn rains will clothe it with blessings. They will continue to grow stronger, and each of them will appear before God in Jerusalem. (New...
The Testimony Of My Life
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It was December 7, 2007 and I was sitting at my computer early in the morning, staring at the keyboard. It was the end of an extremely difficult week that had started out with learning that I had a suspicious mass in my left breast. Now it was time to...
Make Today Count!
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This morning, I read a story about a man named Orville Kelly who had been diagnosed with lymphoma when he was 42 years old. In telling the story, his wife talked about the depression both of them had slipped into after his diagnosis. He had been given...
Loving The Unlovable
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Early this morning, I read a blog by @tchable entitled Jesus Died For All!. As I read his blog, an old hymn from my childhood came to mind. This hymn, written by Philip Bliss is entitled, "Jesus Loves Even Me". I am so glad that my Father in...
The Scullery Maid
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I love to study history. For many people history is a dull subject. To them it is simply names and dates but not to me. To me it is about people and events which have helped to shape our lives. It teaches us not only about the past but about ourselves...
Some Thoughts About Theologians
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After reading comments posted on a blog published the other day, I found myself pondering the roles of pastors and teachers within the Church. While we might not always consider them as such, these people are in essence, theologians. Actually, since...
A Pearl Of Great Price
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Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant seeking beautiful pearls,who, when he had found one pearl of great price, went and sold all that he had and bought it. Matthew 13:45-46 (NKJV) Recognizing its great beauty and value, this merchant...
Just Give Me Cheesecake!
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In all honesty I can say I did not know any better. All my life I had eaten cheesecake covered with cherries, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, chocolate and so forth. Everyone I knew did this as well so I believed it was right....
"The Check-Out Line" or "Ooops!"
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It should have only taken a few moments. My husband and I had stopped by a store to pick up a few items. We had other places to go and other things to do but this would only take a couple of minutes. After selecting our purchases, we got in line to...
Come, Let Us Walk Together
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While there is certainly always the danger of relying on people rather than God, I think there is also another danger which we often overlook or ignore altogether. That danger is becoming an isolatationist. When God said it was not good for man to...
Then Comes The Dawn
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The picture to the right was taken by me at dawn last September. I remember after taking it, I walked back into the home of my friends, Kirk and Beth. The silence in the house was a stark contrast to what it had been on my previous visits. Kirk was...
The Messy Business Of Sacrifice
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This morning, while reading a blog by @doneuntotheleast entitled Loving Our Neighbor,Pouring Ourselves out,Crucified With Him it suddenly occurred to me that we often romanticize the word sacrifice. I got to thinking about what was involved in...
But For The Grace Of God
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This evening I was reminded of the unspeakable cruelty human beings can show to one another. In our shock and horror it is easy to point our fingers at those who commit these heinous crimes and forget that without Christ, we too are capable of doing...
Round And Round And Round And Round And...
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I don't know about you but sometimes I feel like that little guy in the picture. I will run and run and run but it seems like I am not getting anywhere. I think we can all relate to that feeling. Despite our best efforts we feel like we are simply...
One Dark Night
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Hidden within me was a secret. It had been there since before I was born but no one knew about it, no one knew it was there except God. It was a time bomb, just waiting to go off. It could have gone off when I was at the front of a classroom, teaching...
The Blame Game
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Earlier today I read an excellent blog by @deepaanne entitled Never Try To Hide Disobedience Behind Satanic. I'd like to take it one step further, however. Let's take a closer look at what takes place in Genesis 3 after Adam and Eve hear...
A Hole In The Ground
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When I was a little girl, I sort of felt sorry for him. After all, it seemed reasonable to me. If someone gave you something, you didn't want to lose it, right? So you would put it away for safe-keeping. I did that all the time. I had my little...
The Gift Of Giving
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The short, cold afternoon was quickly ending as I stood at my kitchen sink. I glanced out the window and saw my neighbor crossing the street and coming towards my house with something in her hands. Pat's mailbox is directly above mine and...
Keep On Singing
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It had started out as an ordinary day. The night before, family and friends had gathered to celebrate my 47th birthday which had been a few days before. As we laughed together, I remember thinking about what a wonderful life I had. Of course there...