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
My Cup Runs Over!
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...My cup runneth over. Psalm 23:5 Last Sunday, in his series on Psalm 23 my pastor told us a bit about hospitality in the Middle East. Though it is customary for hosts around the world to offer their guests food and drink, in David's day the host...
Thou Anointest My Head With Oil
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In an earlier blog entitled Thou Preparest A Table Before Me I wrote about the first portion of Psalm 23:5. Now I am going to focus on the second part of this passage: Most of us are familiar with the practice of anointing with oil. In Israel, one who...
Thou Preparest A Table Before Me
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This weekend, my pastor continued his series on The 23rd Psalm. The text was: Compare the translation of that verse in the King James Version to that found in The Message: You serve me a six-course dinner right in front of my enemies. You revive my...
You See It's Like This...
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The child put on their "wise-look" and puffed themselves up with importance as they said to another child, "You see, it's like this..." Wide-eyed, the other child listened, nodding their head occasionally as they took it all...
A Mustard Seed Of Faith
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It always saddens and disturbs me when Christians say they do not have enough faith. Exactly "how much" faith is enough? I believe that the simple act of coming to Christ means that we have that "mustard seed" of faith. Why did we...
Walking Like Your Father
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Due to a serious injury my father received while in the navy when he was 19 years old, one of his legs was shorter than the other. Normally, in addition to a back brace, he wore a lift in his shoe to compensate for this problem. However, like myself,...
The Parable Of Teams A and Z
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Once upon a time, there were two teams, Team A and Team Z. Both teams confidently face their opponent. They have all of the proper equipment. They know the rules. They have practiced daily and are in excellent shape. Everyone knows their position....
Teacher! Teacher! Teacher!
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In my mind's eye, I can see their faces, their hands reaching out toward me and their voices crying out, "Teacher, will you help me?" I always would, you know. They were my students and I was their teacher. Sometimes, I would sit down...
And He Gave Some As Teachers
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A comment by @tchable in response to a comment I made on his blog entitled Covetousness=Idolatry=Spiritual Adultery got me to to thinking about the difference between preaching and teaching and the importance of both. There is a difference. Simply...
Remembered No More
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I remember that night a number of years ago, when I lay flat on my face in my darkened bedroom, alone in the house sobbing before the Lord. I had let Him down... again. I was sorry, so sorry about what had happened. I really was. I knew what I had...
Here By Invitation
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Most of my life, I was pretty much surrounded by people whose socio-economic status was pretty similar to mine. We all went to public schools. Those of us who did go to college drifted toward public service types of jobs rather than high-paying...
Come, Let Us Sing For Joy To The Lord
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She felt nothing. When someone touched her, she did not feel their touch and indeed did not even know she had been touched unless she actually saw that someone or something was touching her. She had lost her sense of touch or at least the signal that...
The Road That We Must Travel
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A few times my husband and I have had the opportunity to visit the "B2Y Ranch" which is the home our dear friends, @Blessings2you and @Blest. They live more than 500 miles away from us so we do not get to visit "The B2Ys" very...
More Than Just A Grumble
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But there may come a day when you can do that no longer. Then there will be no you left to criticise the mood, nor even to enjoy it, but just the grumble itself going on forever like a machine. --C.S. Lewis, The Great Divorce In the book The Great...
Going The Extra Mile
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The post office was rather busy. There was only one clerk at the counter and so the line was gradually growing longer. An elderly woman stood in line with an unsealed US Priority Mail box. The particular box she had was not a self-sealing box. As she...
The Long Journey
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It has been my custom, when hitting a personal blog milestone here at CB, to write a blog reflecting on how God has used this site to bless me. Today is no different. While there have been a number of members who have read some of the things I am...
A Lasting Foundation
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Today was a lovely warm spring day. In fact, after an extremely wet and cool spring, this was the nicest day yet. My husband and I had just come from watching an outdoor performance of Romeo and Juliet which our son had been in. After that we enjoyed...
A Father's Day Reflection
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The teacher stood before her class with displeasure on her face. While the idea had sounded good, searching magazines for colors which matched the model picture and cutting them into very tiny neat squares had been far more time consuming than what...
The Right Way
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The current sermon series at my church is on Psalm 23. This evening, one of my pastors preached on the following text: He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Psalm 23:3 The paths of righteousness....
You Can Lead A Horse To Water
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You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink. During my years I would encounter various types of students. , The Successful Motivated Student , The Struggling Motivated Student , The Fearful Motivated Student , The Unmotivated...
The Lord Who Bursts Through
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When the Philestines learned that David was now King of Israel, they quickly went on the offensive. This was the man who had defeated them time and time again and they knew they had to attempt to quickly capture him now. Warned of their coming, David...
Courage And Sacrifice
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September 7, 1876 started out as an ordinary Thursday afternoon. In the small town of Northfield, Minnesota, acting cashier, Joseph Lee Heywood went about his daily duties. Shortly before 2:00 p.m., life suddenly was brutally interrupted by the...
Guilty As Charged
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I squirmed uncomfortably. I knew I did it. I knew I was wrong to have done it yet I did not want to acknowledge that I was wrong. I wanted to squish down that uneasy feeling that all was not well between me and God. I mean, was I really wrong? My...
I'm Late, I'm Late, For A Very Important Date!
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Oh dear! Oh dear! I shall be too late! --The White Rabbit in Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll My dad was always on time, except when he was waiting for my mom. He used to say that my mom would be late to her on funeral and after waiting on my mom...
The Image We Project
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The woman was getting very frustrated. She was running late and needed to get on the road for she had a long drive ahead of her. What had started out as a very simple order was quickly becoming more complicated with every passing moment. How hard...