K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 5 months and 16 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,140 comments.

 My first blog was published on Saturday 4th of August 2007.

 My most recent blog was published on Tuesday 8th of January 2019.

My Blog Archive
In Due Time...
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"I want it and I want it now!" We might not exactly say those words but often that is the attitude of our heart. We want what we want it, when we want it, how we want it and that's that! It's either our way or the highway. We will...
A Change Of Heart
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No one is ever thrilled to pay taxes, especially if those taxes are paid to a hostile government that conquered your country. It is even worse if the tax collector, one of your own people, includes a sizable tip to be paid to himself. A man like...
What Will You Give Up To Follow Jesus?
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Some interpret this passage of scripture to mean that in order to please God you must live in utter poverty. In the case of this man, wealth itself was not the problem. The problem was he wanted his earthly treasure than he wanted eternal life. This...
Who Says Women Talk More than Men!
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If you are looking for a serious blog that will spiritually uplifting, has a moral or be a tear-jerker, move on and keep on looking for you will not find it here. This blog does address a rather serious issue though in regards to a vicious rumor that...
Reflections: My 1,400th Blog
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One thousand four hundred blogs. That is how many blogs I have posted here at CB once I publish this one. In some respects, that seems like a rather small number. It might be to someone like Blessings2you aka B2Y who has published more than 1,500...
Giving It All To Go God's Way
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In the KJV the word apotassó which is used in Luke 14:33 is translated as "forsake" and in the NIV that same word is translated as "give up". For some this means that all Christians are supposed to sell everything they have...
Daily Bible Verse: 2 Corinthians 8:2
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This is what Paul wrote about the churches of Macedonia which were Philippi, Thessalonica and Berea. In the fourth chapter of Philippians, Paul commends that church for their generous giving and yet 2 Corinthians 8:2 indicates that these churches were...
Where Is Your Treasure?
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In the 12th chapter of Luke Jesus says: Then he proceeds to tell his listeners a story about a rich man. He refers to the man as "a certain rich man" so this story may have literally taken place. Perhaps some of his listeners had even known...
The House On The Rock
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Jesus tells a parable about a foolish man and a wise man. The foolish man builds his house on the sand and when the storm comes, his house is swept away. The wise man on the other hand, builds his house on the rock. His foundation is sure. When the...
Check Your Light!
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Currently, I am reading the Gospel of Luke. Today as I was reading the 11th chapter of Luke these verses leaped out at me: "Make sure that the light you think you have is not actually darkness. If you are filled with light, with no dark corners,...
Daily Bible Verse: Isaiah 41:10
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This is one of those verses that I have turned to so often over the years. All of us have times when we have been afraid. Sometimes it is because we do not know what to do but I think the greatest fear is when we know there is nothing can do. Nothing....
Loved By God
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Large and now middle-aged I am not nor have I ever been... well... yeah. However, the magnitude of this hit me square between the eyes on a Sunday morning in 2008 while I was going through chemo. Not having the strength to continue to stand during...
Don't Just Say It, Prove It!
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All of my life, I have seen people pray "The Sinner's Prayer" and yet for many of these people, there is little or no visible change in their life. When someone questions this, they are usually told that we are not saved by our works....
But Even If...
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They were doing the "right thing" that day. They were simply obeying God and yet here they were on trial. If they were found guilty it would be a painful and agonizing death. It wasn't supposed to happen this way. They were familiar with...
You've Got To Keep On Walking
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As I read a blog entitled What Pleases God by Harkrider, I thought once again of the time when Peter got out of the boat and walked on the water. Often Peter is criticized for sinking. What we conveniently forget is that he was the only one to get out...
A Re-Purposed Life
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Whether we like it or not, life happens. Despite your best efforts, at some point in your life you will say, do or even think the wrong thing at the wrong time. Someone will get offended at you or you will get offended at them. Relationships will be...
Communicating In Cyberspace
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I am definitely not an expert in communication either in the "real" world (in person, by letter or via telephone) or in cyberspace. I occasionally learn from my mistakes. I said occasionally, not always. Sigh... That being said, after having...
He Is Our Father
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A blog entitled The Nature of God by B2Y got me to thinking about our relationship with God. It was no accident that Jesus used the term "father" when referring to God and in fact made it clear to the disciples that God was "our"...
But He Still Loved Them Anyway
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He didn't want to go. Not only were the people of Ninevah not the chosen people of God, they were the enemies of God's people. There must be some mistake but in his heart of hearts he knew there wasn't. He also knew that God could only...
Got Your Work Gloves?
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I suspect we've all been guilty of this at one time or another. We find ourselves in a tight situation and we pray for God to deliver us. There is nothing wrong with that except far too except we usually want the problem to magically disappear so...
To Have And To Hold From This Day Forth
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A lot of people said that marriage was going out of style. It was just a piece of paper anyways so why do it. One young couple didn't agree. Marriage was created and ordained by God. You couldn't take it lightly nor simply disregard it. As...
The Great Symphony
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The orchestra is assembled. Each musician has their instrument and is set in their proper place by the conductor. They do not tell the conductor where to place them, the conductor tells them. The conductor carefully selects the musical pieces which...
The Case Of The Missing Border
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My fellow CB'ers, I regret to tell you that it appears that a crime has been committed here at CB. Something is missing. At least... I think it is. The border into the Land of Pens appears to be missing. I have been zooming along happily here at...
Functioning Within The Body of Christ
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I sat at a counter on Saturday morning watching her with fascination as well as admiration. She was a tiny woman, small in both frame and stature. Her spine was curved giving her the appearance of being off-balanced. She had been standing still when I...
No More Goodbyes
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The father tightened his arms around his 16 year old daughter. She was surprised at his strength for the man was a yellow-shrunken shell of the man he had been. It was past midnight though. She had been working all evening until 11:00 p.m. She wanted...