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
What God Requires
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When I was in my late teens, I read "The Pilgrim's Regress" by C.S. Lewis. The story begins by introducing us to a boy named John who was living in Puritania. Like all the inhabitants of Puritania, John soon learned that Puritania...
Sunshine And Rain
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Today I got to thinking about rainbows and how they are formed. Before I proceed any further, here's a brief science lesson about rainbows from a meteorologist: In order for a rainbow to form, you need two things, water and light. When light hits...
Do Not Ignore The Manna
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Philippians 4:19 - And my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. (New King James Version) Some people will use this verse to justify their greed. They reason that they need something when in reality, they...
Yet I Will Rejoice In The Lord
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Even though the fig trees have no blossoms, and there are no grapes on the vines; even though the olive crop fails, and the fields lie empty and barren; even though the flocks die in the fields, and the cattle barns are empty, yet I will rejoice in...
Congratulations, B2Y (Kirk m)!
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Today another milestone was reached at CB. @blessings2you (known to CB old-timers as "B2Y") had the 2.5 millionth view of his blogs. That's more than any other blogger at CB. Now to some people, that might not seem like such a big deal...
The Blocked Door
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This morning, I read the following poem: He asked for strength that he might achieve, he was made weak that he might endure. He asked for health to do larger things, he was given infirmity that he might do better things. He asked for power that he...
The Proof Of God's Love
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You must be compassionate, just as your Father is compassionate. Luke 6:36 (NLT) The word "oiktirm³n" is translated as "merciful" in many English translations of the Bible, however, other translations render it as...
The Survivors Group
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I spent most of 2008 undergoing cancer treatment. I tell people that during that time I was sliced, diced, pickled and fried. You know, to tell you the truth, I think that is a pretty accurate description of cancer treatment. I was very fortunate. My...
A New Group: Princesses Of God
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Today an announcement was made that groups were returning to CB. In...
Trust Without Borders
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My pastor just started a summer sermon series entitled, "Dangerous Prayers". Usually we want to avoid danger like the plague. At least some of us do. There are people who seem to live for danger. They relish an adrenaline rush and love to...
The Giving Heart
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He was a young photographer who desired to give above and beyond his usual tithes and offerings. He desired to support those on the mission field and help those who were oppressed. He was just one man but he believed that one man who is committed to...
A Broken Hope
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There are three words that hang on the wall over my computer. These words are love, faith and hope. Well, at least there were three words until this morning. Now there are only two words, love and faith. This morning I noticed that my hope had uh......
Just Give Me Jesus
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This morning, I read a blog entitled Are You Content by@blessings2you....
A Servant's Heart
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He was a powerful and wealthy man. In fact, he and his nephew had to part ways because together, their flocks were so numerous that the land could not support them. Later, when his nephew had been captured, he formed an army of 318 male servants who...
Entrusted With The Good News
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For we speak as messengers approved by God to be entrusted with the Good News. 1 Thessalonians 2:14 For centuries, people have been making this same claim but in his letter to the Church at Thessaloniki, Paul takes the time to substantiate his claim....
Did You Hear?
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They didn't live in a world where you can talk to someone halfway...
Watch Out For Snakes!
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I have to admit that when it comes to snakes, I am pretty ignorant, especially when it comes to venomous snakes.Minnesota is not exactly at the top of "The Venoumous Snake Favorite Places"list. In fact, it is not even on the list though...
Tell It To The Children!
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Joel 1:3 - Tell it to your children, and let your children tell it to...
Your God Or My God
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Once King Saul opened up the door to pride, he quickly headed down a slippery path. In 1 Samuel 10, we learn that God had given him a new heart. In 1 Samuel 13, instead of obeying God, Saul grows tired of waiting for Samuel to arrive and takes it upon...
Humility Or Pride?
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They were tired and ready to go home when they entered the town where the prophet, Samuel lived, hopeful that he would be able to tell him where to find the donkeys they were seeking. Saul is directed to Samuel. Before Saul could ask his question,...
We Must Still Get Through The Day
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It wasn't until later this morning that I became aware of today's date. Today is June 6th. Usually, unless it is a birthday or anniversary, dates are not too important to us. Most of the time, days simply slip past us, one right after the...
For You Are With Me
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In a blog I wrote several days ago entitled Every Moment That You Live,...
The Real Story
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I read an article this morning which examined several incidents of terrible incidents which have taken place over the past three decades. If we only look at the surface, we can only wring our hands and cry out to God, "Why did you allow such...
Every Moment That You Live
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Two thousand five hundred days. That's how many days I have been a member of CB. Lest you think I am keeping track, I just happened to stumble across that fact today. In one respect one could say that it is just a number. However, in this case...
What If The Rain Never Came?
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Like most people, I like sunny days. I do not like hot, humid days but I like the temperature to be about 75F, with blue skies speckled with a few puffy white clouds and a very light wind to keep you from getting overheated. I do not like rainy days...