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
But Do We Love God?
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Love. We Christians talk about it all the time. We talk about the love God has toward us. We talk about the love we should have for our neighbor. We even talk about the love we should have for our families and one another. I don't think we talk...
But I'm Only...
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If there is one thing which chemo taught me, it is this. Every normal cell in your body is important. It has a purpose and it is there for a reason. Most of the time, we are not aware of this until there is a problem. When a "bomb" went off...
In His Footsteps
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As I pondered over these words today, I wondered about what would happen if I made that same statement. What would happen if someone were to imitate me in regards to my actions as well as my words? Would their actions and words reflect or be an...
A Warm Thank You, John!
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Earlier today, as I was writing a response to a blog by enje25, I found myself thinking about all the hard work behind the scenes that is necessary to keep a place like CB operating as well and efficiently as it does. In addition to that, this is not...
Choices! Choices! Choices!
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It seems that one of the great questions between Christians and indeed, the world at large is in regards to individual choice. Do we have the ability to make choices which can influence our future or are we merely the helpless victims of fate? In...
Reaching A Milestone
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I started out this week feeling a bit apprehensive. I had my annual mammogram on Monday. Now for most women, this isn't that big of deal. Sure the process can be rather uncomfortable but it doesn't take long and then you're good to go....
When God Gives Us The Desire Of Our Heart
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Yesterday, I was watching a program about the life of a famous 19th century American. As I do not know if he had a change of heart during his last moments, I am not going to reveal who this individual was, however, after spending nearly three hours...
Trust Is A Choice
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The serpent was the shrewdest of all the wild animals the Lord God had made. One day he asked the woman, “Did God really say you must not eat the fruit from any of the trees in the garden?” “Of course we may eat fruit from the trees...
The One Thing That I Know
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Over and over again, I am reminded of what Jesus said when He was asked the question, "What is the greatest commandment?" He replied that it was to love God with all our heart, soul and mind and though not asked, he immediately expanded it...
From Behind The Bars
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"Boys are better than girls! Boys are better than girls!" I felt my face grow hot under the taunts of neighborhood boys. I was not known for my quiet gentle ways and I would explode in rage, "No they're not! Girls are better than...
Our Greatest Gift
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There is no greater gift than the one God has given us through His son, Jesus Christ. There is no way that we could possibly ever give back to God anything worthy of His great and amazing gift of love, our redemption. Yet we do have something which...
A Lesson From A Kitchen Window
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In hind sight, I now realize something was wrong. The window had always seemed a bit difficult to open. However, all of my windows are rather heavy and require a bit of effort from me. I'd also learned from my neighbors that the previous owners...
Times Of Refreshing
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It was a long winter here in Minnesota and on it's heels came an unusually cold and rainy spring. The first snow was in November. That melted but by December, the snow came to stay. We sort of skipped our annual mid-winter thaw this year and so I...
A Candle In The Dark
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The greatest single cause of atheism in the world today is Christians, who acknowledge Jesus with their lips, then walk out the door, and deny Him by their lifestyle. That is what an unbelieving world simply finds unbelievable. --Brennan Manning We...
The Finish Line
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From the myths of ancient Greece, comes the story of Atalanta, the fastest mortal in the world. Her father, who was a king, pressured her into selecting a husband from amongst her many suitors who were enamored by both her beauty, position and wealth....
A Living Faith
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Today's Daily Bible Verse here at CB caught my eye. It says: Faith versus works and works versus faith seems to be an endless, ongoing debate amongst Christians and yet I can't help but wonder why. Doesn't James make it quite clear...
Where He Leads
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The lamb contentedly wandered about the lovely green meadow. What a peaceful wonderful place this was! There was delicious grass which also made a soft bed for her to lie down in when she was tired. There were lovely shade trees to rest beneath if the...
Out In The Desert
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Earlier this morning, as I read a blog entitled Wandering In The Desert by Arisensleeper, I found myself contemplating my own desert journey. There have been a number of times in my life when I have felt that I was wandering about in the desert, but...
The Measuring Cup
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I have never been much of a bread eater until I started making my own. Then the truth was revealed. It wasn't that I did not like bread. The fact of the matter is, I'm a bread snob. When this truth was revealed to me last September, I...
The Chains Of Unforgiveness
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This week, while at a women's conference, I listened to a message on forgiveness. It did not center upon our need for God to forgive us. It was about our need to forgive others. Whenever I hear a message about forgiveness, my mind always goes...
When Everything Is Failing
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My friend @ Kiwibird must gently remind me at times to "Let go and let God." In all honesty, I do not always do that so well. I think we could all say that. When things are going well, we love to stand in church and sing praise and worship...
The Thoughts Of The Wise
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I suffered brain damage due to a subarachnoid hemorrage after a ruptured brain aneurysm in December 2009. This has had an impact on my cognitive skills as well as short-term memory. I will be zooming along just fine when unexpectedly my "apple...
Dwelling In The Secret Place Of The Most High
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He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, "He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust. Psalm 91:1-2 (NKJV) There have been so many times over the...
The DWIW Christian
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Are you a DWIW Christian? To answer that question, you must understand what a DWIW Christian is. The DWIW Christian often attends church regularly. They may even be well-versed in the Bible. You may see them rushing about doing good deeds and even...
Worrying About Tomorrow
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This is one of those verses which I have known since I was a girl and have committed to memory. However, it is also one which I must remind myself of time and time again. While there are times when I am content to leave things in God's hands,...