K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 6 months and 23 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
Jesus Is Victor!
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He is not here, He is risen! What beautiful words these are. Jesus Christ conquered over sin and because He is alive, we too have life. Yes, He endured unimaginable suffering which all of us deserved instead. It was Love itself that caused Him to come...
Daily Bible Verse: Deuteronomy 14:28-29
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Many Christians believe that the tithe is unnecessary today because we are not under the Law, rather we are under grace. I cannot help but wonder though, how different our world would be if every Christian practiced both tithing and giving. Yes, this...
What Do You Seek?
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Who do we seek? We like to say that we seek Jesus Christ but is that really who we seek or is it someone or something else? Great crowds flocked to see Jesus during his ministry years. Yes, there were those who were hungry for the message He...
Our God Is Greater
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On the morning of March 10th, my cousin Doug was found lying on the bathroom floor. Not knowing what had happened, his son called the paramedics. My cousin had suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm like I did several years ago and was rushed to a...
To Be Like Jesus
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A chorus from my childhood is ringing in my ears at the moment: To be like Jesus, To be like Jesus, All I ask, Is to be like Him. All through life's journey, From earth to glory, All I ask, Is to be like Him. Usually this song is sung with eyes...
What's Our Sacrifice?
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This is the time of year when we hear and talk a lot about the sacrifice of The Lamb of God, Jesus Christ. That's a good thing and we need to talk about it more throughout the year. However, we tend to ignore something which is also of critical...
Just Stay Calm
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After 430 years, the Israelites were finally leaving. Pharaoh who had vehemently opposed their leaving abruptly ordered them to leave... immediately. Though they had been slaves, they were not leaving empty-handed. Moses had previously instructed the...
The Way Of The Cross
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A postmodern interpretation of religion emphasizes the key point that religious truth is highly individualistic, subjective and resides within the individual. --Source: wikipedia More and more churches across America are becoming victims of postmodern...
Kings Don't Ride Donkeys
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Kings don't ride donkeys. At least, they weren't supposed to ride donkeys. Kings were supposed to ride on horses. Often they are depicted as riding on white horses. Usually there is a grand procession with others decked out in all their...
Counterfeit Or Genuine?
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A number of years ago, I was at a teacher workshop. One of the presenters was a magician and he incorporated that into the his presentation. He was quite good actually. Everyone was impressed and duly mystified with his performance except me. The...
Running The Race
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Search for the Lord and for his strength; continually seek him. 1 Chronicles 16:11 I stood at the kitchen counter with a perplexed look on my face. The recipe called for 1/4 cup but where was it? I peeped at the recipe I was making and yes, it had...
The Brickmaker Knows
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In the movie, The Last Brickmaker In America, the question is posed as to how the brickmaker knows when the fire is hot enough if he does not use a thermometer. The reply was, "He reads the fire". It was then explained that a thermometer...
It Was In A Garden
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As I was reading a blog written by @thewordscribe entitled Ask, In Jesus' Name, And You Will Receive yesterday, a line which he wrote jumped out at me. He said: Know that GOD is there and he is waiting on you to say, “GOD let your will be...
But It's Just A Little Drip!
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I thought everything was fine this morning until I went down into the utility room and saw a puddle of water under the water heater. Uh-oh. My water heater appeared to have sprung a leak. I put in a service call and while I was on the phone I let out...
But Overcome Evil With Good
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It was a familiar scene. I could see exactly what the problem was and what needed to be done to solve it. Unfortunately, the person I was talking to didn't. I was even staring at a document from the company they worked for which clearly said a...
He Shall Direct Your Path
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In the fall of 2011, I paid a visit to one of my aunts who lives in Colorado Spring. One day we decided to make the trek up Pikes Peak. I'd never been up there but I remember once when my husband and I had been in Colorado, I'd decided to...
But If We Are To Share His Glory...
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And since we are his children, we are his heirs. In fact, together with Christ we are heirs of God’s glory. But if we are to share his glory, we must also share his suffering. Romans 8:17 (NLT) Romans 8:17 seems very clear. As children of God we...
Which Would You Choose?
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It was a hot summer evening. Some friends of ours had invited us to an event they were going to that evening. We discovered that the event was in reality a sales pitch/rally. Our first response was horror. My husband and I are not "sales...
In A Blink Of An Eye
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My mom called my husband with the news yesterday as she wanted to be sure I was with him when I heard it. My cousin had been found by his son that morning, collapsed on the bathroom floor. He had suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm just like I did...
The Amersham Martyrs
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I had never heard of them until just a few days ago I read an article about them. I would like to share their story. Between 1506 and 1521, seven people were burned at the stake in Amersham which is located about 27 miles northwest of London. These...
A Few Thoughts About The Mega Church
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Until about six and a half years ago, I had always attended small churches of less than 100 attendees except for about three years when I was in college and I attended a church of about 300. Most of the time, the churches I attended averaged between...
But I Say...!
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But sun it is not, when you say it is not; And the moon changes even as your mind. What you will have it named, even that it is; And so it shall be so for Katharina. --From The Taming Of The Shrew by William Shakespeare, Act 4, Scene V Admit it. Most...
The Foundation Of Your Faith
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The Leaning Tower of Pisa began to tilt shortly after construction had commenced and despite all efforts, the tilt grew worse to the point that construction was even halted at one point. A few years ago, the tower was even closed to the public as...
The Source Of True Contentment
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As I was reading a blog earlier today by B2Y entitled Lord I Need You Now And Every Moment Of My Life, I thought about these verses. Not that I was ever in need, for I have learned how to be content with whatever I have. I know how to live on almost...
Will You Not Teach Yourself?
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I was, by profession, a public school teacher of elementary school children. I understand the importance of thoroughly understanding that which I was going to attempt to teach. If I did not understand the material I was going to present, my students...