K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 4 months and 18 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,132 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Sunday 16th of December 2018.

My Blog Archive
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 about what I needed to do but that was about as far as it went. Then last month as I was chatting with my doctor during one of my many visits (she likes to keep a very close eye...
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 to the theology of some, we can go out, cheat on our spouse, steal from our neighbor and perhaps even murder someone and it is all good. Because you see, we repented 20 years ago...
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...
But You See, Everyone Else Is Wrong But Me!
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Doesn't reading the title of this blog just make you want to retaliate back with some contradictory remark? No? Well, it sure makes me want to and unless I miss my guess, a statement (or an attitude) such as this makes most people immediately get...
Something To Consider
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Over the past few weeks I have read a number of blogs which deal with works versus grace, once saved always saved, and so forth. It always seems like these blogs stir up a lot of "discussions" within the Body of Christ. At least, that's...
A Debt Which I Can Never Repay
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Bound and imprisoned by sin, Jesus Christ sacrificed Himself so that we might be set free and live life more abundantly in Him and through Him. I think that we often forget the great debt which of which we were forgiven. We may talk about how...
If You're Never In A Storm, You'll Never Walk On The Water
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Earlier this morning, as I read a blog by @caleb2010, entitled Throwing Off Fear, this thought came to my mind. If you never are in a storm... you will never walk on the water. I believe this to be true and yet "the storm" is the very last...
Suspended On Christ
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Back when I taught second grade, we did a science unit on life-cycles every spring. One of the projects we did was observing Painted Lady caterpillars develop into butterflies. The process always amazed me, no matter how often I observed it. The...
Not I, But Christ
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It is impossible for us to save ourselves. That's why we need a savior and that Savior is Jesus Christ. When we fall at His feet, confess our sins and repent does this mean we save ourselves? While some suggest that is exactly what we are saying,...
Complacent Or Living?
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One of the enemy's favorite weapons to use against Christians is complacency. We go to church each week. We even have our particular spot where we like to be. We sing the songs, we say the right words, we have the right look on our face and we may...
Reflections Of The Road I've Traveled
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The news was not good. In addition to the other serious health issues she had been told the devastating news that the cancer had metastasized. She had struggled to be optimistic when I first met her two weeks earlier. She is a follower of Christ but...
Building Up Endurance
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Over the past couple of weeks, my pastor has been preaching a series on tithing and giving. Tonight he shared a couple of stories he'd heard this past week. The first story was about a couple who told him that last year they had decided to tithe...
Never Forget: He Leads You
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The words of a beloved hymn entitled "He Leadeth Me" by Joseph H. Gilmore are: He leadeth me, O blessed thought! O words with heav nly comfort fraught! Whate er I do, where er I be Still tis God s hand that leadeth me. He leadeth me, He...
The Words We Say And Things We Think
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I'd said my prayers and climbed into my little bed. My grandma tucked me in and smiled at me. I grinned for I knew what was coming. She was going to say, "The Verse". "Let the words of my mouth," In a small, solemn voice with...
Will We Let Him?
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When trouble or tragedy touches our lives, we are faced with two choices. Will we run to God and allow Him to hold us and heal our wounds or will we push him away in anger and bitterness? God is God but He will not force us to cling to Him for love...
A Living Testimony
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Earlier today, I read a blog entitled We May Not Always Like God's Answer To Our Prayers by @blessings2you. While reading his blog, I thought about a blog I wrote and published here at CB on June 15, 2008, nine days after my last chemo infusion....