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
Daily Bible Verse: 2 Cor 4:16-18
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Sitting at my computer right now, I can look up at my wall and read those very same words. I printed them out in pink ink and then matted and framed them. I was about to begin treatment for breast cancer and I did not want to forget these words. I...
Daily Bible Verse: Psalm 18:28
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I was facing chemo, full of uncertainty and fear. I turned the pages of my Bible and found myself staring at Psalm 18. I let out a cry of despair for that was exactly what I felt like! When I had learned that my malignant tumor was a...
Nothing Can Separate Us From His Love
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I tried to form a prayer in my mind to cry out to God for help on that cold, winter night but the words would not form. It was like words were scrambled up letters which would not connect. They slid to the ground as I stared at them helplessly, not...
Take No Thought For The Morrow
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While some people may interpret that to mean we should simply live like leaves blowing in the wind, Jesus is not referring to living life recklessly with no plan whatsoever. He is talking about allowing the cares of this world to overwhelm us and...
The Love Of God As Demonstrated By My Father
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My dad did not become a Christian until September 26, 1977 which was exactly three weeks before his death at the age of 42. He was not the easiest of people to live with. A serious accident while he was in the navy (he was 19 at the time), left him...
You Are With Me
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Don't you just love that analogy? The picture of us as gentle sheep following Jesus wherever He goes. Everything we need is taken care. This verse conjures up a very pleasant image, doesn't it? When I was a child, I would imagine myself as...
Jesus Has Conquered!
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My God is stronger than the grave My God will prove Himself again I believe, You have conquered My God is greater than my fear My God will take away our tears I believe, You have conquered. --From the song "You Have Conquered" by Ryan...
To The Least Of These
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Several years ago, I opened up a folder during a church service and gazed into the eyes of a small boy living in Jordan. This little boy needed a sponsor. His family was living in poverty and a few dollars a month would provide food, medicine and a...
Doing Life With God And One Another
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This week I was reminded yet again that God does not intend for us to attempt to do life on our own. He wants to be a part of our life. He wants to provide for us, help us deal with obstacles and challenges we face. He wants to laugh with us but he...
But I Feel Fine!
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We are all familiar with that sudden awareness that all is not well within our body. Usually the malady is accompanied by symptoms which often are a result of the body attempting to to eradicate the disease. Our stomach may get upset trying to dispel...
Who You Really Are
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I'm currently reading a book called "Extraordinary" by John Bevere. Last night I read a rather sobering story which sent chills up me. The author was talking about three images which we have. , Your Projected Image-how you desire others...
When We Seek God's Will...
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Last week I hung up the phone after talking to my son who lives in another state. He'd been telling me about how the play he is directing was going and then he told me that his wife was considering going for her master's degree. The private...
In Pursuit Of God
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The enemy will use whatever means he can to cause us to stop following or pursuing God. While we certainly can get tempted with what I call, "visible sins", things which break civil law as well as God's law, I believe he often seeks to...
Get Hope, Give Hope
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Back when I was going through cancer treatment, I viewed a video on YouTube called "Stepping Into The Ring" which is a piece performed by Nicole Johnson. The sketch is about a woman who has just learned that she was diagnosed with breast...
You've Got To Apply It!
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A month ago, I made a resolution. I knew what I needed to do, I talked...
Insignificant? Well, Maybe Not!
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Last night, I got an email from a local ministry I support in regards to a family of five who are in crisis. As they were just about to face foreclosure, the husband obtained work. Unfortunately, he will not be getting his first check for a month and...
No Darkness Can Extinguish The Light
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A couple of years ago, while my husband and I were visiting friends in Missouri, we visited some caves one day. I remember how in one cavern, we were plunged into darkness so that we could experience true darkness. I've experienced that in caves...
How We Must Live
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In the closing of his first letter to the Church at Corinth, Paul writes these words. This is a good summarization of how we are to live as Christians. We must continuously be on guard, not just against sin but we must also be ever alert, watching and...
Just One Of Those Days
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The day started out innocently enough. Okay, it is true that I unwisely decided to do some exercise at 10:00 p.m. the night before and ended up feeling so "energized" that I was zooming about until 3:00 a.m and after four hours of sleep I...
The Things We Do For The Lord
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We've all had those moments. We felt inspired by God to say or do something. At least... we thought it was inspired by God. However, when we did it something appeared to be horribly wrong. The response was not what we hoped for. The event we...
One Step At A Time
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We live in a society which demands instant results. We're bombarded with advertisements about products which will instantly turn back the hands of time and products which will make us look like a completely different person. I saw an ad the other...
The Christian and Debt
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Here in the U.S. we live in a credit-driven society. If you do not use credit cards, have a car payment, mortgage, student loan and other types of loans, you are viewed as if there is something wrong with you. The purpose of this blog is not to debate...
What Will You Do?
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It was May 1980. Although I had just graduated from the two-year Bible college which I was attending in southeastern Tennessee, I had stayed a few weeks longer to attend a three-week summer Bible institute which was being offered by my denomination....
Let's Run To Win!
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It just doesn't make sense to me. It really doesn't. According...
Now Where's My Meter?
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When a person is undergoing cancer treatment, their blood gets checked... a lot. I had a choice at the start of chemo. I could either take my chances of having my veins collapse due to all that needle poking and harsh drugs that were being injected...