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
How's Your Connection?
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Earlier today I read a blog written by @blessings2you entitled Rejoicing That Christ Is Preached. In his blog he wrote: ¬čI think that far too many times we allow our love for the truth to manifest itself in criticizing, judging and beating down each...
What We Write
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I have no idea why I chose this particular morning to clean out my email folders. Unlike organized people, I tend to read things, think I might want to keep it, plop it in a pile or folder somewhere and promptly forget I ever saw it. I found myself...
And Then God Spoke
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The earth was formless and empty, and darkness covered the deep waters. Genesis 1:2 (NLT) Genesis 1:1 tells us that in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth but then the next verse tells us it was a far diffent place than what we know...
Whosoever Calls On The Name Of The Lord
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For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. Romans 10:13 In all honesty, this verse disturbs some Christians. They seem to believe this verse means that if someone simply says the name of the Lord, they will be saved whether...
He's In The Boat
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They had witnessed amazing things. They had the privilege of hearing Jesus teach and the Bible tells us the teaching was with such power and authority that the crowds were amazed (Matthew 7:28-29). They had seen miracles of healing. A man had been...
The Right Part
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The light on my dishwasher indicated my dishes were done. As I pressed the handle to release the door latch, something didn't feel quite right. Sure enough, when I tugged at the door, I couldn't open it. Hmm... I pressed the latch harder and...
Lift Up Your Eyes
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It started out as an ordinary day. The servant of Elisha got up early and went about his normal routine. Then he stepped out the door and . There were soldiers, chariots and horses surrounding the city! Have you ever had a morning like that? I have...
The Formidable Wall
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The Israelites had a problem. A big one with reinforcements around it. A massive wall to be precise. How on earth were they ever going to bring that wall down? It was big. It was too big. They just were not powerful enough to bring it down but still,...
Christ Is Enough
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Over the weekend I've been giving some thought to the question, what do I really want? The standard answer for a Christian is Jesus but do we just want Jesus or do we want Jesus plus something else? Is there a difference? A number of years ago, I...
The Confessions of A Problem-Solver
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I spent the first part of my morning doing a lot of reflective thinking. Actually, I was simply revisiting a topic which God has brought to my attention quite a bit over the past few days. He has been showing me that the very "gifts" He has...
With My Own Eyes
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The story of Job is a familiar one. God Himself called Job a blameless and upright man; a man who feared God and shuns evil (Job 1:8). Of course at this point, Job had every reason to be. God had blessed him with a wife, children, position and great...
The Peace Which Passes All Understanding
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The "What-Ifs" like to come knocking at my door on a regular...
A Place Of Refreshing Springs
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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. Psalm 84:6-7 (NLT)...
Give Thanks In All Circumstances
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Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 (NIV) You would think this would be a very easy verse to obey when our circumstances are pleasant. Ironically enough, however, often times...
Three Hundred and Ninety-Nine Days
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Three hundred and ninety-nine days had passed. For each of those three hundred and ninety-nine days, prayers had gone up. Prayers of thankfulness as well as petition. For three hundred and ninety-nine days, we prayed as God took us to the next level....
Abiding In Christ
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If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you. John 15:7 When I was a teenager, I became aware of something that was sometimes referred to as "Name It And Claim It". As near as I could...
The Little Foxes
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Quick! Catch all the little foxes before they vineyard of your love, for the grapevines are all in blossom. -The Young Women of Jerusalem, Solomon's Song of Songs 2:15 I found myself squirming a bit as I read these words these words this morning....
A Faith That Is Genuine
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1 Peter 1:7 - These trials will show that your faith is genuine. It is being tested as fire tests and purifies gold - though your faith is far more precious than mere gold. So when your faith remains strong through many trials, it will bring you much...
Don't Stop, There's More!
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It was a heavy box. In fact, my brother had difficulty carrying it in...
I Call Him Father
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My father died from colon cancer was I was 16 years old. That was over 36 years ago but I still remember an incident which took place after I left the house shortly after hearing the news. As I walked, I raged at God. My dad had become a Christian...
It's Under Control
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A friend of mine is currently receiving chemotherapy treatments. A few minutes ago, I read the post on his Caring Bridge page which his wife just posted. Though the side-effects are leaving him feeling very tired, he's doing well and his numbers...
My Sheep Know My Voice
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One of the nice things about CB is you get an opportunity to meet Christians from around the world with a wide variety of different life experiences. For example, growing up in a city surrounded by cornfields and dairy farms, you really do not get...
The Dead Battery
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Late this afternoon, I decided to run a few errands. I had planned to do them tomorrow but today was just as good a time as any. Besides, I had pretty much been holed up inside the house since Saturday evening due to the extremely cold weather....
The Power Of God Seen In Us
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He was a social outcast, dependent upon the good-will of others. Though John tells us that his parents were still living, he also tells us this man was a beggar. Either he was seeking to supplement the family income or his family had cast him out to...
So More Than One Thousand Dollars Later...
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Last March, I noticed that my furnace seemed to have decided it needed to take breaks when it should have been working. I gave it a good scolding, fiddled with the thermostat and it came back on. I thought it had learned it's lesson but I was...