K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 4 months and 13 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,129 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Monday 3rd of December 2018.

My Blog Archive
Forgiveness Is Not Optional
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I shifted uneasily when I realized that God had "interrupted" my nice relaxing bath by asking me a question. He asked me why I hadn't forgiven someone. Was this really the time and place for such a discussion? I mean really,...
I Need You!
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We start out life wanting to try everything. We believe that we are powerful and able to successfully do anything we set our minds to do. Though our first attempts to turn over, sit up, stand up and walk may fail, we persevere because somewhere deep...
The White Squirrel
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If you look at the tree trunk in the center on the right side about halfway down, you will see the white squirrel which moved into the little strip of woods at the edge of my back yard. I can often see him through my window. Growing up in the city, a...
Tell That To Jeremiah
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The only thing Jeremiah was trying to do was obey God. That was it. God had given him a message and instructed him to share it so that is exactly what Jeremiah did. He was simply being obedient. Jeremiah did the right thing. He obeyed God. From a...
The Ordinary Days
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Though some of us are less willing to admit it than others, I suspect that we all like a dash of excitement or adventure in our lives from time to time. We dream dreams, make plans, set goals and look forward to things. We devour stories, plays and...
I Give Myself Away
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I looked down at the gift I held in my hands and felt ashamed. I wished it was neatly wrapped in beautiful paper with elegant ribbon and a gorgeous bow. Instead, it clumsily wrapped in crumbled and soiled brown paper held together with a piece of...
There Is No Charge
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I could hear the noise from my basement all the way upstairs. I could not ignore it any longer. Though my dryer was heating up something was definitely wrong. I either had to get it repaired or replace it. While it would be nice to have a new one or a...
Something To Ponder
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Over the years I have heard both ministers and lay members comment that as Christians we do not have to suffer or endure any sort of "hardship" or "challenge". If we are sick, we simply pray and we will be healed right then and...
The Way Of Life
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I stood beside my bed after turning off the light. It had been a long day and I was tired but I did not want to lie down. My body cried out for sleep and yet I still stood there staring down at my bed through the darkness. I have little memory of that...
A Closer Look At Jeremiah 29:11
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A comment @kiwibird made on a blog entitled: Daily Bible Verse: Jeremiah 29:11-13 by @mamawilder got me thinking a bit about what this word translated as "prosper" really meant. I looked it up and was a bit surprised for I was familiar with...
What's Mine Is Mine... Or Is It?
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There once was a man who was abundantly blessed by God. In fact, he was blessed so much that he could not possibly store all that he had been given. Rather than share his abundance with those in need, he got what he believed to be a brilliant idea. He...
He Gives Us Hind's Feet
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"You want me to go where?" I looked up at the towering mountain ahead of me. I blinked. It looked rugged and very dangerous. I couldn't even see the summit from where I stood. Why in some places the trail seemed broken and in other...
Who Are We?
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In his blog "Two Seemingly Opposite Truths" (http://www.christianblog.com/blog/asifbyfire/two-seemingly-opposite-truths/), @asifbyfire wrote: God is sovereign and what He does always produces what is good and true, righteous and perfect....
Daily Bible Verse: Luke 6:38
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Within the Body of Christ, we often focus a lot on receiving. While we certainly do receive abundantly from God, far too often we are more interested in what God can do for us physically rather than spiritually. This ought not to be. We should be more...
Daily Bible Verse: Philippians 4:19
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I am saddened by the fact that this scripture has often been used by the enemy to sow the seeds of greed amongst God's own children but just because something is misused does not mean it is not true. God truly does supply all our need and it does...
He Is The Waymaker
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Earlier today, a friend emailed my husband in response to the email my husband had sent out to friends in regards to not landing the job he had applied for. A copy of that email was also sent to me and I was struck by the following sentence which it...
I Give It All In Surrender
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It could have been a bad day. It started out well but before 8:30 a.m. "Disappointment" arrived at our front door and attempted to break in. I don't like Disappointment very much. I suspect that you don't either and you are never...
I Waited Patiently
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The preceding verse says: Patiently. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the word patient means: 1: bearing pains or trials calmly or without complaint 2: manifesting forbearance under provocation or strain 3: not hasty or impetuous 4:...
But I Want To!
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Currently, my husband is working on a crew that is in the process of building the stage for a large outdoor concert which will take place later this week. One of the problems they encounter at the work site is that there is a nice bicycle trail just...
Yet I Will Trust Him
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The Daily Bible Verse at CB jumped out at me this morning because it was just the other day that I wrote a blog which mentioned Job. Regardless of that, this is still one of those verses that seems to always fairly leap off the page at me. I wonder...
Through It All
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This blog is written for those who have cried out in the night for deliverance. You have strained your ears hoping to hear God's thunderous voice and there is silence. You awaken the next morning and your circumstances have not changed. In fact,...
Another Pair Of Eyes
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Like a many people, I began to develop near-sightedness when I was a teenager. At that time, there was no need for me to wear my glasses all of the time. I was able to see quite well actually but since I was starting to drive, my eye doctor suggested...
Honor Where Honor Is Due
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Until the very end, throughout the movie, October Sky, all of the successful endeavors of Homer Hickam, Jr. were marred by the fact that he did not believe he had the approval of his father. The father who would take off work to see his eldest son...
When We Work Together
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This past week, I went in for my annual eye exam. I have to keep a very close watch on my eyes nowadays. As a former radiation therapy patient whose mother and only sibling have glaucoma, I am considered to have a high risk of developing it as well. I...
The First Minnesota Volunteers
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It was July 2, 1863 and the place was Cemetery Ridge at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Two hundred and sixty men stood between about 1,600 confederate soldiers from Alabama and the Union Artillery batteries. A defeat at Gettysburg would leave a clear path...