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
When You Feel Insignificant
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"I'm going into the ministry. I'm important but you... you are just a lay member, a cell in the Body of Christ." Though I think the young man who said it to me meant to say it in jest, I still remember my response to his statement...
The Other Side Of The Mask
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Several months ago, I wrote a blog entitled Behind Our Mask which dealt with how we often wear a mask, hiding who we really are. I wrote: God not only wants to strip away our mask; he also wants us to look through the masks of others around us. We...
A Conduit Of God's Love
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Conduit: someone or something that is used as a way of sending something (such as information or money) from one place or person to another Source: Merriam-Webster This morning, as I read a blog by @peoplepower entitled Romans 7&8-Relationship...
The Watered-Down Gospel
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"It's just fluff!" I blinked as I read those words and actually found myself recoiling just a bit. While I understood the author's desire to not substitute the gospel with a watered-down, politically-correct imposter it seemed like...
The 27th Bag
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I went to the second Saturday night service held at my church this evening. During the sermon a story was shared about a recent incident. Our church has several locations and a short time ago, some ladies at one of the campuses decided to make some...
The Great Journey
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It was a familiar message to God's people. God was calling them to come out from where they were and go on a journey to a new place. Long ago, God had called Abraham to pack up and move from the land of his fathers and go to a land that He would...
Bearing With One Another In Love
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Ephesians 4:2 - Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. (New International Version) I found myself cringing just a bit when I read those words just a bit ago. Why? Because I realized that just a short time before...
The Importance Of Giving
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Today, while I was out running errands, I was listening to the local Christian radio station. Suddenly, my attention was riveted when I learned that earlier that day, they had teamed up with a local grocery store chain in my area and had distributed...
A Clear Channel
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I live in the Land of 10,000 Lakes and from the time I was a child, I knew there was a big difference between fresh or "living" water and stagnant or "dead" water. I remember how my nose would wrinkle up when I would come upon a...
My Sheep Hear My Voice And I Know Them And They Follow Me
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My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me. John 10:27 As I have said written before, when it comes to sheep you could probably hold all that I know about them in a thimble. Fortunately, I have friends right here at CB who know a...
A Wonderful Life
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One year ago today, my husband unexpectedly lost his job after more than 27 years of employment. At the same time, I was awaiting a decision in regards to my disability claim. I remember the disbelief and numbness I felt. I remember how we actually...
The Mallard Drake
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My father christened him "Sir Walter Drake" and he looked magnificient. In fact, he had taken a ribbon at a show sponsored by the Minnesota Ceramic Association. He was my father's favorite piece and he had a place of honor in the display...
The Shepherd And The Sheep Dog
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I remember the first time I ever saw a sheep dog demonstration. It was on the first Saturday in May back in 1986. My husband had been working for nearly a year at a college which had been founded by Scottish immigrants 100 years earlier. In honor of...
Where Is Our Joy?
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A few days ago I wrote a blog entitled Love: It's Not A Dirty Word in which I wondered why, if one talks about the love of God, it seems like there is always someone standing by ready to tell them they are watering down the Word of God. Apparently...
Give Me Springs As Well!
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Acsah, the daughter of Joshua was grateful. She really was. Her father, Caleb, had been kind enough to give her land. He didn't have to do that because she was a daughter rather than a son but Caleb did it anyway. There was a problem however. The...
Love: It's Not A Dirty Word
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If I could speak all the languages of earth and of angels, but didn't love others, I would only be a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal. If I had the gift of prophecy, and if I understood all of God's secret plans and possessed all knowledge, and...
Thankful For The Moment
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Most of the time, the pain is non-stop. That's the way it has been for nearly four months. During that time, I've lost about 15 pounds simply because the very act of eating or even drinking water can cause unbearable pain. I guess it's a...
Are You A Titus?
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In 2 Corinthians chapter 7, Paul writes about the troublesome time he and his companions had when they arrived in Macedonia. He says there was no rest for them. Outside, there was conflict from every direction and inside, there was fear (2 Corinthians...
The Fig Tree
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This morning I sat and listened to an old familiar story that Jesus told long ago. Jesus tells us about a man who planted a fig tree in his garden. He apparently has great hopes for this tree for he comes and checks it time and time again, looking for...
The Ribbons That I Wear
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Six years ago today, I started to collect ribbons. I didn't plan on collecting ribbons. That was the furthest thing from my mind. I was a nondescript wife, mother and teacher who was simply caught up in the normal business of life. I was about to...
Healing In His Wings
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The last book of the Old Testament contains a stern message of judgement and retribution against the leaders of Israel. They were supposed to bring comfort, healing and help to the flock of God but they had failed to do so. Then, after pronouncing...
The Amazing Transformation
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One of the drugs I took during chemotherapy has a tendancy to wreck havoc on your nails. They become ugly, thicken and sometimes will even turn black and fall off. While I escaped the last two things, my nails still took a severe beating. Thankfully,...
Blessed By God
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As we gathered to prayer before partaking of our Thanksgiving dinner, I glanced around at the faces of family and friends that surrounded us and knew I had to speak up. For nearly six years, my husband and I have been hit with one crisis after another...
You Were Running Well
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Ye did run well; who did hinder you that ye should not obey the truth? Galatians 5:7 I had a CT scan last Tuesday which revealed there was a bit of trouble within my body. It was in my digestive system to be exact and I was rather miserable and in a...
Fake Or Genuine?
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I have a question for you. Is the image on the right a diamond or cubic zirconia? Earlier today I was watching a video clip of Ravi Zacharias and in that clip he quoted Richard Dawkins as saying most Christians could not correctly name the four...