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
How Much Do We Love Him?
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For the past few days, my husband and I have been visiting our friends, Blessings2you and Blest. The "B2Y's" have a lovely dog named Sheba. Due to age and a prior injury, she cannot get around quite like she used to. Yesterday, I watched...
Let The Living Water Flow
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In times of crisis, it is easy for us to focus upon our needs. However, during these times we need to be careful lest we become like the "dead sea". This is not to say we should not ask God for help nor should we deny that we need help when...
How Can We Serve?
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I am very blessed to be a part of a church that takes service very seriously. I think that one of the problems is that local churches or denominations are inclined each set up their own little "project". While I am not suggesting that...
In Defense of Christmas
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Over the years, I have heard both Christians and non-Christians alike argue against the celebration of Christmas. Those who are anti-Christian argue that their objection is due to the fact that it is a Christian holiday. Oddly enough, Christians who...
A Christmas Carol, Our Gift To God
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Millions of people around the world are familiar with the well-known classic, A Christmas Carol. We are familiar with the main character of Ebenezer Scrooge. In fact, the very name "scrooge" has been immortalized in the English language as...
It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas... Down Under, That Is
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K looks out the window and rubs her eyes. What happened to all of my snow? This is the middle of December and there was snow there just the other day? What is going on? Hmm... the weather report is indicating ... a green Christmas in Minnesota? I...
Heeding The Warning Signals
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One of my cousins was admitted to the hospital this week. I heard the whole story from her yesterday. It seems that earlier this week, as she was walking up the steps to her apartment, she was suddenly barely unable to walk. Fortunately, her husband...
Happy Birthday, John Abela!
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I suspect that few members here at CB are aware of the long hours the founder and owner of CB, John Abela, puts in to make CB an awesome site to blog on. Unlike so many other blogging sites which are pretty much left to run on their own, John works...
The Mirror Of God
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The mirror stands before me, it's surface glossy and perfect. There are no distortions, there are no smudges or imperfections on the glass. The image reflected in it is a true representation of itself. I wince as I catch a glimpse of myself in...
The Waiting Game
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I lay on the table and tried to sound confident and upbeat while my heart was racing. I told myself everything was okay, after all these are almost always benign. Although rather large, this fibroid had been there for at least 10 years. We'd known...
Complancency, Compromise and the Church
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Earlier today I read a blog by Tchable entitled [blog/tchable/the-church-in-pergamos/] The Church In Pergamos [/blog] As I read his blog, I got to thinking about how complacency and compromise seek to destroy the Church from within... and it is...
He Has Conquered!
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In the Bible there were times when God would command that stones or markers be erected as memorials to a particular event which had happened. While we certainly must not continuously live in the past, we must not forget the past when it pertains to...
We Don't Want To Give... We Only Want To Receive!
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I hope the title of this blog made you squirm a bit. I know I did. Do you know what? I believe the Church needs to squirm a bit. In fact, I think it needs to squirm a whole lot. You see, when we squirm, it means we recognize that our weaknesses, our...
Are You The Same?
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I rubbed my eyes and shook my head. I did a double-take to be sure and confirmed what I was reading was correct. Yes, indeed. The words before my eyes were written by the same person who had written something else which I had read somewhere else on...
Minnesota White Christmas Kits And... Another Option
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It's December once again and those of you who have been around CB for more than a year know exactly what that means. It is time for the annual sale of Minnesota White Christmas Kits otherwise known as MWCK! Last year, @savedbyegrace who lives down...
Always Be Prepared!
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Perched right in the middle of the North American continent, far away from both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, I live in an area known for extreme weather. The summers in Minnesota remind one of the tropic due to the intense heat and humidity. On...
Making Wise The Simple
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A comment left on a blog I wrote yesterday served to remind me that we often make things much more complicated than what they are. I think this is particularly true when it comes to the Gospel. We are so certain that God could not possibly make it...
You Are Significant
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Earlier today, I read an account of a woman which was written by Joni Eareckson Tada. Eareckson, who is a quadriplegic herself, tells of a severely paralyzed woman who is making an impact around the world. This woman has multiple sclerosis. She is...
The Love Of God
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For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God. For ye have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear; but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father. The Spirit itself beareth witness with our...
What Are You Doing?
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"What are you doing?" This is a question I would often ask my students when I was a teacher. Their response depended upon what they were doing or not doing at the moment. Sometimes this was a very welcome question. The student, busy at work,...
We Are All Called To Serve
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Servanthood. It is not something that modern Christians like to focus on very much in relationship to themselves. Oh, we talk about it in reference to the church in general or someone else but over the years I've heard people say, "I would do...
Another Year To Live
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A few minutes ago I "officially" turned 51 years old. I am reaching the age when people often dread birthdays... but I don't and for a very good reason. I am very well aware of the fact that if it was not for the intervention of God, I...
A Moment Of Reflection And Thanksgiving
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Today, before we had our Thanksgiving meal, I felt compelled to speak. I looked around at the faces of family and friends. I looked around at my home. I looked at the table set before us and my heart overflowed with thanksgiving. I had to say...
And The Walls Come Tumbling Down
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This past week, I've been re-reading a book by Brother Andrew called God's Call. Towards the end of the book, he recounts a story which happened in the Republic of Belarus sometime after it declared it's independence from the former Soviet...
I'm Being Watched
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I get watched a lot nowadays. I have two doctors in particular that keep a rather close eye on me; my primary doctor and my oncologist. I had routine lab tests on Thursday, paid a visit to my oncologist on Friday and will be seeing my primary doctor...