K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 6 months and 20 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,151 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Tuesday 12th of February 2019.

My Blog Archive
Get Rid Of The Junk!
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  I had a garage sale last week and got rid of a lot of stuff. There was one small problem however. After it was all over, there was left-over stuff that nobody wanted. Sigh... Nothing was beat-up or broken. Everything worked/looked fine but the...
Garage Sale Musings
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Every spring our townhome association holds an annual garage sale. In the past, I have been unable to participate due to being otherwise engaged the week the sale has been held. This year however, there were no conflicts so my husband and I decided to...
Watching My Father At Work
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One of my earliest memories was sitting on my father's lap with his drawing board in front of me. He would take a blank sheet of paper and place it on the board. Then he would pick up a pencil and begin to sketch. I would gaze in wonder as an...
I Can't Believe My Eyes
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Only a week ago I was peering through the window at a foot of newly-fallen snow. Then the snowplow came along and thoughtfully deposited even more snow in my front yard. Sigh. The snow began to melt on Tuesday and when it did, I discovered something...
Facing The Giant
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This morning I read a written by  @bethy entitled  Thinking On Bravery   she makes reference to the story of David and Goliath. Her blog caused me to think about the various "giants" in my life that I have faced over the years and how...
The Long Winter
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It is the evening of April 14th and the snow is still falling. It has been falling all day and in fact, we are under a blizzard warning for the next 24 hours. At times I have barely been able to see my next door neighbor's house and there is...
Walking On Water
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For the past couple of weeks the song, Walking On Water by NEEDTOBREATHE has been going around and around inside my head. Every time I hear it, I think about a print called Perseverence by Thomas Kinkade which hangs in my bedroom. While I was...
Leaving All To Follow You
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In the 5th chapter of Luke, Jesus commands Simon Peter to push his fishing boat out into the water. Peter complies for that was a simple thing and Jesus preaches to the crowd on the shore from the boat.  However, Jesus then tells him to go further...
Because You Believed God
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You are blessed because you believed that the Lord would do what he said. Luke 1:45 (NLT) The words quoted above were uttered by Elizabeth when she heard her cousin Mary's greeting. Mary had not even shared the good news with her yet but at the...
Through The Storm
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In early September 2014, I told my friend @blest goodbye and headed for home. Her husband was in ICU at the time and I delayed my leaving as long as possible that day. Shortly after leaving, I ran into a terrible traffic incident and was actually...
When You Hit A Roadblock
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It's a beautiful day and you are zooming along an open road. If you are like me, you are probably singing at the top of your lungs, simply enjoying the view even if it is endless miles of corn.  You're zipping down the road contentedly when...
The Missing Detail
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Last May, after my husband finished graduate school, I gave myself a present. We were on the "pay-as-you-go-plan" and had been for the past three and a half years, turning every penny not only twice but at least 10 or 20 times. My 17 year...
But It Seems Good To Me
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My 16 month old grandson loves to redecorate. Here he is in action at his house, carefully planning his next move. He not only loves to redecorate his own house, he loves to redecorate mine as well. Sometimes he will do it openly but at other times he...
Walking Step By Step
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Last October around the time of his first birthday, my grandson began to take his first steps. I don't know if there is any child that ever stood up one day and walked perfectly on their very first try. Learning to walk is a very complicated feat...
But I Just Wanted To Know
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I recently joined a Facebook group for Christian women who are breast cancer survivors. Many of the members are currently in treatment though a number of them, like myself have been cancer-free for a number of years and our primary purpose is to help...
The Impending Storm
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The sun is shining brightly on the freshly fallen snow from the day before, causing it to sparkle. The snow is pristine except for a few animal tracks. I just saw a squirrel lopping along through the snow and caught a glimpse of a few birds. It is a...
Into The Nothingness
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I am a bit hesitant to write this and yet I feel I should. As I read a blog by @bethy entitled The Land of Ice, I remembered that terrible morning 11 years ago when I awakened to find myself in that same place where the sun doesn't shine. When I...
Fix Your Eyes On Him
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A few years ago, I remember trying an experiment. I attempted to leave the room by fixing my eyes, not on the doorway but on the room around me. Instead of getting to the place I really wanted to be, I found myself going nowhere except round and round...
A Few Words To Live By
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In Paul's first letter to the Church at Corinth, he includes within his closing remarks some instructions in how to live victoriously. These instructions can be found in 1 Corinthians 16:13-14 which says: Be on guard. Stand firm in the faith. Be...
Speaking The Truth In Love Or Just Speaking Out
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Earlier this morning I read a request posted in the Facebook group for the women's group at my chuch. The post was written by a mom inquiring if anyone knew of any childcare services that cared for sick children. I remembered that dilema and had...
You're Never Too Old For God To Do A New Thing
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I have reached the point when I am closer to being a senior citizen than I am to being a young adult. That means I have crossed the middle age midpoint. Actually, I crossed it a couple of years ago but that's beside the point! While I have not...
Just A Toe Nail
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But our bodies have many parts, and God has put each part just where he wants it. 1 Corinthians 12:18 (NLT) Our bodies are made up of many parts. I came to appreciate those many parts when I was undergoing chemotherapy back in 2008. Chemo is like...
The Church Within The Church
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My husband and I attend what is now known as a "mega church" that is "multi-site". Each week more than 9,000 people attend eight area campuses. Of course, it didn't begin like that. It started out as 13 people with five of them...
Revisiting The Past
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I recently joined a Facebook group for women who like myself, are survivors of Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC). TNBC accounts for only about 15% of breast cancers. It is a very aggressive form of breast cancer and the initial prognosis is...
Then Comes The Spring
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As I read a blog this morning by  @watchmanjohn  entitled  Do Not Shrink Back, I thought about Spring.  Now you have to understand that here in Minnesota, we "think" about Spring differently than most people. Oh, I am not saying that people...