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
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 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...
Further Up And Further In
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Come further up, come further in! --C.S. Lewis,The Last Battle As...
On And On And On And On It Goes
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He was a talented musician and composer who was pursuing a professional career in music. That changed however, when he felt the call of God upon his life to preach the gospel in 1879. That was eighty-one years before I was born and yet the decisions...
The Story Of Our Life
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All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts, William Shakespeare, As You Like It Saleeca was severely physically and mentally disabled. She...
A Tale Of Two Men
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His oldest brother was angry. Why was his youngest brother still hanging around the camp? He needed to go home and get back to his sheep where he belonged! Undeterred, David continued to ask his question. Who is this pagan Philistine anyway, that he...
Prepared For Battle
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While we might not see it at the time, the experiences we encounter and the skills we obtain prepare us for the tasks God has for us in this life. Take Moses, for example. Moses was called by God to lead a massive group of people (two million people...
The Puzzle Piece
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Earlier today I was musing about the differences between men and women. Okay, there are the very obvious ones but I am not talking about physical differences. i am talking about the differences in how we think and how we behave. Growing up in the...
Come, Let Us Pray
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On the most painful night of my life back in the spring of 2008, I fled to CB in the middle of the night and cried out in despair. I had been physically weakened by chemotherapy. My immune system was a wreck and I was at risk of not being able to...
The New Heart
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In my blog entitled The Focus Of Your Hope, I wrote about how Saul and his family were now the focus of all Israel's hopes. I also pointed out that the Bible reveals to us a flaw in the character of Saul, false modesty. Now this might seem like a...
The Focus Of Your Hope
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Originally, the Nation of Israel was a theocracy meaning they were governed by God. While it is true they had leaders such as Moses, Joshua and later judges such as Gideon and Samuel, these leaders were chosen by God to lead the people as He directed....
A Well-Watered Garden
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I am not much of a gardener. I do best with hardy plants that can pretty much be ignored for long periods of time when I lose interest in them. My friend Kbird has a gift for gardening. When she moved to her new house in northern New Zealand a few...