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
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...
A Citizen Of Heaven Or A Citizen Of The World?
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Usually this passage of scripture will say something to the effect of conducting ourselves in a worthy manner, however, I think the above translation makes it just a bit clearer. Though we may dwell in this world, we are not "citizens" of...
An Eye For An Eye And A Tooth For A Tooth
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If a man put out the eye of another man, his eye shall be put out. --Hammurabi's Code, Law Number 196 Hammurabi's Code is the oldest known written record of laws. Though it was probably written about 1772 B.C., Jesus and his contemporaries...
Daily Bible Verse: Psalm 37:25
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For two years, I have been clinging to this promise. First, I lost my job when it was determined that after a subarachnoid hemorrhage and stroke, I had sustained injuries which affected my ability to function within a normal work environment. i had...
When It Passes Through God's Hands
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John's account of Jesus feeding the 5,000 is one of my favorite stories from the New Testament. It is easy to dismiss it as simply a story for children but there is a lot more to it than people simply sitting down one day and having a picnic....
When We Walk Through The Valley of Weeping
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Often "Valley of Weeping" is translated as "the valley of Baca" and while there might have been an actual place which bore that name, the word "bakah" itself means to weep, bewail. This is not gentle weeping for the...
2,000 Days Plus At CB: When God Directs Our Steps
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I noticed that I just passed the 2,000 "mile marker" here at CB and I have now been a member for 2,001 days. Hmm... in just a couple of days that will be five and a half years since that fateful night when I typed in the words...
A Strong Tower
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I first remember hearing this verse when I was about 15 years old. My dad had recently been diagnosed with cancer and my world had been shaken. Then one day, I heard a youth pastor quote this verse. Now, this youth pastor was a very petite woman who...
Daily Bible Verse: Zephaniah 3:17
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In our darkest moments when we feel utterly helpless, we need to cling to these words: God is not some disinterested party out there somewhere. He is not popping in now and then for a "cuppa" as @Kiwibird or @Bethy would say. He is LIVING...
Happy Birthday, Blessings2You!
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Today marks the birthday of someone who is a dear friend and brother me as well as a friend and brother to many here at Christianblog.com Blessings2you aka B2Y has been blessing people here at CB since October 2007. Despite facing life threatening...
The Power of The Word of God
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Over the past few days, I have been thinking a great deal about the Bible and what I believe it to be, the written Word of God. While I am not surprised to hear that many non-Christians do not believe that to be true, I am saddened whenever I hear...
Draw Me Nearer
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One of my favorite hymns is entitled "Draw Me Nearer". I was thinking about the words of this song just a little bit ago as I contemplated how easy it is to get so caught up in other things, including theology, that we get diverted from what...
Let's Be Honest
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According to Acts 13:22, God had declared that David was a man after His own heart. Now there are those who have a bit of a problem with that because as we all know, David did do some things which definitely were not pleasing to God. If that was the...
Search Me O God
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Earlier today, I was reminded of a lovely hymn entitled "Cleanse Me" by J. Edwin Orr. The lyrics are: Search me, O God, And know my heart today; Try me, O Savior, Know my thoughts, I pray. See if there be Some wicked way in me; Cleanse me...
Gangrene: A Threat Not To Be Taken Lightly
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Billyb's blog entitled Gangrene Setting In caused me to remember an incident that happened more than 40 years ago. Though the details are buried somewhere deep in my mind, I do remember that my cousin Nick, who was three years older than me, was...
The Gift Of Work
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Have you ever noticed that verse was before the fall? Even in paradise, with every single need met, God intended for humanity to work. As I re-read this verse, I thought about my friend Kbird and her garden. Now I attempted to do some container...