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
I Have A Bad Connection?
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It was supposed to be a simple 15-20 minute service call to replace a six year old modem. Now it is true I had noticed I would have "issues" with our internet service periodically but that had happened ever since we moved to our town six...
The Loose Connection
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I was zooming along on the internet when suddenly things were brought to a screeching halt. I looked at my husband who had just moved a chair out of the corner of my office in order to access the phone line. I knew he was working on hooking up a...
We Have An Advocate!
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When I was no longer able to do my job due to permanent injury I sustained due to a ruptured brain aneurysm and stroke in December 2009, I suddenly became extremely aware of the importance of an advocate. My advocate from the teacher's union was...
You Want Me To Do What?
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It made no sense. It made absolutely no sense whatsoever. I am no military strategist but I am pretty certain that marching around a city and then going home again only to return the next day and do it again is not the normal procedure for destroying...
What Are We Willing To Endure?
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Anyone who is familiar with the life of the Apostle Paul knows that these were not idle "pretty" words. He meant them and he proved it by giving his life for the sake of the Gospel. He didn't have to go to Rome, you know. He could have...
A Living Sacrifice To God
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According to Merriam-Webster the word sacrifice when used as a verb means: to suffer loss of, give up, renounce, injure, or destroy especially for an ideal, belief, or end Sacrifice requires action. Romans 12:1 says: Therefore, I urge you, brothers,...
How's Your Example?
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This is a verse people often quote when they are confronted in regards to their behavior. Often times their tone of voice and body language when quoting this scripture leaves the impression that they may even be feeling a twinge of guilt and are...
It Was In The Garden
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There was a place where Adam and Eve were confronted with a choice. It was in the garden. Though all the world was at their feet, they desired that which was not theirs to have. They were content to be king and queen of this world until they were...
Those Who Endure
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We live in a society which seeks and demands instant gratification. Perhaps that is one reason why so many choose to either not follow Christ or give up following Him after a time. Despite what some may preach or teach, if we are honest with ourselves...
The Steward And The Landlord
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As the Landlord prepared to leave on his journey, he left instructions for his Steward. He was to be a faithful representative of the Landlord in his absence. All the resources the Landlord had were available for him to use but he must use them...
What Are You Willing To Do?
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I'm currently reading a book which is challenging me to examine my life both physically and spiritually, identify areas where change needs to occur and change. Hmm... do you mean to tell me that positive changes in my life may actually require...
Supplement Your Faith
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When I was very young, we lived in a house where there were several apple trees and a plum tree in our yard. I really loved those apple trees. One of them had a limb that curved in a way to make a perfect seat for a little girl. I loved the fragrant...
But It's Such A Small Thing!
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About a week ago, I got out of bed, took a step and discovered that something was wrong. My right leg was not working right. I wasn't walking... I was hobbling. The source of my pain seemed to be in the vicinity of my calf. My previous experience...
Grace Is Not A License To Sin
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It seems there are often two extremes in Christianity. At one end of the spectrum is what I refer to as militant legalism. As an American, this conjures up for me the image of the stern Puritan. Somber in dress as well as attitude, there is no room...
Daily Bible Verse: Leviticus 3:16
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I've been thinking about this portion of scripture since last night when I first became aware of it. In fact, I've been pondering it all day. In our society, we often view fat as being a rather "negative" thing. In fact, there was...
Waiting On The Lord
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According to Brown-Driver-Briggs, "qavah" which is translated as "wait" in the KJV and NKJV is a verb which probably originally meant to twist, stretch and has tension. Think of a cord which is twisted, stretched and pulled...
I Want It And I Want It Now!
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I don't know about the rest of the world but in American society...
God Still Remains
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My heart is aching at the moment for just a bit ago, I heard from a...
Integrity In Business
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For nearly 30 years, my husband has supplemented our income by doing...
Your Prison Or Prayer Closet?
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Today as I was reading a new series by @Kiwibird called I Refuse To Fear, I read her blog entitled Dear Jesus, It Is With A Grateful Heart.... It was her second blog that she had published here at CB and it was posted on August 1, 2008. Though we...
He Is Our Hope
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As I read a blog by @Blessings2you entitled The Ebb and Flow of the Christian Life, my eyes fell upon a verse written upon a pink square of paper taped to my computer monitor. The verse says: I wrote those words down when I was in a battle for my...
What Changes The Heart, Legislation or Christ?
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I want to start out this blog first of all by making it very clear that if a Christian lives in a country where they can vote, they need to vote. I don't think the excuse that some else will get elected or the law will pass or not pass any way is...
I Will Trust God Completely
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Taped to my computer monitor are six "re-think" declarations I wrote some time ago during a message which was preached by one of the pastors at my church. Number four says "I will trust God completely." Many Christians would...
In The Presence Of Our Enemies
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I love the 23rd Psalm. A lot of people focus on the first couple of verses but I love the fourth verse and beyond. Verse four says: Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil for thou art with me. Those words...
How Is Your Peace?
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My husband has been studying Hebrew over the past year and tonight at dinner he made a comment that intrigued me. He told me that the word "shalom" means more than just peace. I always thought it was a friendly greeting of someone telling...