Blog Archive: K Reynolds

The following blogs, if any, are all of the blogs published by K Reynolds @kreynolds

I want to start out this blog by saying it is not my intent to minimize prayer nor praying for others by any means. I believe we need to pray, not just for ourselves but for others as well. It is critical! What this blog is going to address is the... read more
295 words · ~1 minute to read · published Feb 04, 2012
I will never forget the day when I truly "awakened" after I had a ruptured brain aneurysm. After nearly a week of being on "autopilot", so to speak, responding only when spoken to and not interacting with my environment (and not... read more
499 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Feb 03, 2012
All my life, I had been taught that my body was a "house" in which my soul or the "real" me was contained. It is the "vessel"; I am the contents so to speak. When I was rendered helpless when a brain aneurysm ruptured, I... read more
354 words · ~1 minute to read · published Feb 02, 2012
Earlier today, as I was reading a blog by billyb entitled What About This Man, I started thinking, what about me? When I hold a "mirror" before me, what exactly do I see? Am I a reflection of Christ or am I merely a reflection of me? Am I... read more
228 words · ~1 minute to read · published Feb 02, 2012
Most of us give little thought to our body on the cellular level. Oh, we may notice the uh... shedding a dead group of cells here and there at times but unless it is at a noticeable level, we tend to ignore it. When you are treated for a disease such... read more
1124 words · ~4 minutes to read · published Jan 31, 2012
I suppose that all of us have been guilty of it at one time or another. We believe there is something we should or should not do. We discover that there are other Christians who do not feel the same way as us and right away we decided that we must... read more
627 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 30, 2012
Over the past few weeks, we've been having a sermon series at our church entitled "ReThink". Often times when we think of taking our thoughts captive, we think about negative thoughts Last night, the pastor who was preaching challenged... read more
259 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 29, 2012
We are facing a crisis and we go to God in prayer seeking His help and deliverance. This is, of course, the first thing we should do. We "take it to the Lord and leave it there." Again, this is not a bad thing. Far too often, we lay things... read more
610 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 29, 2012
If we are honest about it, that is very hard to grasp sometimes. We live in a fallen world and all around us we see hardship, loneliness, broken hearts, suffering, illness and even death. Those of us who follow Christ are confronted by these things... read more
308 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 27, 2012
Earlier this morning, I read a blog entitled: Holding Onto Faith written by Sjschafer. As I read the blog, I remembered a story my mother used to sometimes tell when she was doing children's services. The story was about a little girl who lived... read more
339 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 27, 2012
Why oh why do we place certain conditions on the love of God? We who are unable to see or understand the full picture are quick to say that God has abandoned us the moment we face any sort of trouble, calamity, persecution, hunger, financial... read more
533 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 24, 2012
Yesterday, I wrote a blog entitled In Spite Of Myself in which I talked about what God can do with us; even if we are "cracked pots". A comment made by clifrad got me to thinking about how "cracks" are not always necessarily a... read more
646 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 23, 2012
Patsy Clairmont wrote a book entitled "God Uses Cracked Pots". I'm so glad He does for you see, that is exactly what I am. I always have been a "cracked pot" but over the past few years my cracks have become, shall we say, a... read more
917 words · ~3 minutes to read · published Jan 22, 2012
The second year of the public ministry of Jesus Christ is sometimes known as "The Year of Popularity". Most of the miracles of Jesus recorded in the Bible occurred during this time and public opinion of Jesus was at it's height. It is... read more
390 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 21, 2012
I love the song, "In Christ Alone" by Keith and Kristyn Getty. When I was going through chemo, I would sometimes slip downstairs painfully, sit down at the piano and sing: In Christ alone my hope is found; He is my light, my strength, my... read more
329 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 18, 2012
Recently, I read an article where the author was criticizing contemporary worship songs. They preferred hymns. While there is certainly nothing wrong with having a preferred music style, it got me to thinking about worship in general. Exactly who is... read more
368 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 16, 2012
During my more than four years here at CB , I have been privileged to not only meet a number of people; I have been able to meet some people who have proved over time and circumstances that they are indeed, my friends. Most of these people I have... read more
225 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 15, 2012
It is a story so familiar that the words "prodigal son" has been incorporated as a phrase in the English language. Most Christians and a lot of nonChristians are familiar with the story. A rich man has two sons. The younger son demands his... read more
824 words · ~3 minutes to read · published Jan 10, 2012
One of the challenges of communicating in cyberspace is that we see the written word without the accompaniment of body language. While this is also true in regards to printed media, it presents a unique challenge when one is writing on a "social... read more
624 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 10, 2012
They had witnessed some astonishing miracles in regards to God's provision. In the sixth chapter of Mark, the disciples witnessed the feeding of the 5,000. With just two loaves and five fish, not only was the multitude fed, the leftovers filled... read more
416 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 08, 2012
I just finished watching a video my husband sent me a link to. It is based on the song "(Outside) My Own Little World" by Matthew West. Do we live in a place called My Own Little World which has a population of one? I think that we live... read more
350 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 04, 2012
While I am still stuck back here in January 4th, today is now January 5th in New Zealand where my friend Kiwibird (aka Kbird) lives. That means that today is her birthday and I'd like to wish her a very blessed and happy one. In the summer of... read more
273 words · ~1 minute to read · published Jan 04, 2012
It is no secret to those who know me well that I have very strong feelings about alcohol and have never indulged in it. To tell you the truth, even from early childhood I found the scent of alcohol to be disgusting and seemed to have a natural... read more
522 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 02, 2012
"I can't pay my bills if I tithe or give offerings." I've heard that said time and time again and I must confess, I've used that excuse myself at times. On rare occasions I've even heard ministers give people permission not... read more
976 words · ~4 minutes to read · published Jan 02, 2012
I've read the story hundreds of times before. I suppose this little incident recorded in the second chapter of Mark is often overlooked by many but it has always moved me ever since it was told to me when I was a very young child. It is a simple... read more
552 words · ~2 minutes to read · published Jan 02, 2012
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