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
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...
You're Not Alone
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A few years ago, I wrote a blog based on Exodus 17:11-13. Tonight, I found myself reflecting on this passage of scripture once again. Less than two months after the Israelites had left Egypt, they were attacked by the Amalekites. Moses commanded...
I Am With You Always
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A couple of days I wrote a blog entitled Cause I'm Worn which is based on Psalm 6:2-7. The story is not over however. Though David had been in the depths of despair for a long time, the tone of this psalm suddenly changes from one of defeat and...
Cause I'm Worn
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It seems like you've been wandering in the "desert" for...
I Will Answer Them Before They Even Call To Me
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When I read this verse, I thought of one dark winter night when I was awakened to discover there were strange voices in my bedroom. I recognized the voice of my husband but the other voices were unfamiliar to me. My eyes were open but I could see...
You Want Me To Go Where?
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Over the past five years, I have become increasingly concerned that people are too quick to assume that if a Christian is facing troubles, particularly if they seem to be enduring problems for awhile, it is because they have done something wrong....
God's Provision Comes In A Small Plastic Card?
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The Whole Picture
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We've all been guilty of doing it. We hear a scrap of conversation, we walk in during the middle of a movie or start daydreaming while someone else is talking to us. Other times we get interrupted while we are reading a book and when we come...
The Hands And Feet Of God
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Over the past couple of months, I've been reminded time and time again that God often chooses to use His children as His hands and feet. I have also been reminded that while we have been commissioned to spread the Gospel throughout the world, we...
Daily Bible Verse: Psalm 27:14
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"I want it and I want it now!" As someone who taught young children for more than 20 years, I came face to face with this sort of attitude on a daily basis. Children are not generally very shy about making their wants known. From day one,...
Punishment Or Persecution?
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I have heard the whispers now and then over the years. I've heard the sentences left unfinished as people speculate about why so and so seems to be facing so much trouble. Now if they truly trusted in God, such things would not be happening to...
When We Offer All To Him
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In Genesis 22 we find God commanding Abraham to take that which was...
Money Does Talk
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My pastor quoted a rather frightening statistic last night. It is estimated that regular church attendees give less than 3% of their income to God. There seems to be a lot of complaining when we do give, as well. There is something wrong here. We love...
The Wrong Treatment
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My daughter-in-law has been suffering with chronic pain for a few years. She always thought it was going to get better but it didn't. It grew worse. Finally, 14 months ago, in desperation she went to the doctor. He listened to her symptoms and...
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
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All of my life I have listened to debates in regards to legalism and judgment within the Church. Do we have legalism and judgment within the Church? Absolutely! However, I fear that there are times when we cry out that there is legalism and judgment...
Though They Stumble, They Will Never Fall
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The parent tightly clasped the toddler's hand. Rather than require their little one to keep pace with them, they slow down and take smaller steps keeping pace with their little one. It would be unreasonable to do otherwise for there is no way the...
Daily Bible Verse: Proverbs 23:18
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These were the words which greeted me when I logged into CB this morning. Surely means in a sure manner, with certainty, without a doubt. In other words, this is not a maybe or perhaps. We can be confident that there is a future and that our hope will...
The Problem Or The Solution?
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In the late 19th and early 20th century, there emerged a movement which would become known as "social gospel". The proponents of the social gospel movement initially sought to give aid to and improve the living and working conditions of the...
The God Who Heals
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Yesterday, while reading a blog by @Asifbyfire entitled Protecting Those We Love, I learned about how his son had to be hospitalized due to strep when he was about three years old. When I read that, I instantly recalled my bout with strep back in...
In Whom Or What Do You Trust?
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This passage of scripture has been coming to my mind a lot lately. We talk a lot about trusting in God but when the foundation of our world is shaken, we suddenly realize that perhaps we were not trusting in God as much as we thought. We discover to...
The Scars We Bear
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Today, as I was reading a blog by Paul Phillips entitled Is It Too Late?, I got to thinking about various mistakes I have made over the years. There are things I have said and done which, if I could, I would like to go back and erase but we can't...
Worry Or Pray?
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In the fourth chapter of Philippians it says: Now sometimes that's rather easy to do but at other times this seems nearly impossible. Okay, it is more possible for some of us to do this than it is for others. My mother is a true optimist. She...
Where Are Your Eyes?
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I am definitely not a runner but I do know this; you will run towards the point where your eyes are fixed. Now, I actually tried this a few moments ago. No, I wasn't running, I was walking but here is what happened. I fixed my eyes on the door of...