K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 4 months and 13 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,129 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Monday 3rd of December 2018.

My Blog Archive
The Pages Of Your Life
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It has been a rather difficult couple of weeks in my family. Two of my mother's cousins passed away within one week of each other. One of the cousins I had not seen in many years. He and his family moved to the west coast when I was a girl and I...
Enlarging Your Territory
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Today I read a blog by @watchmanjohn entitled Kings And Priests and it got me to thinking about what God does when we are faithful, obedient servants, who simply do what God puts into our hand to do. He enlarges our territory. @watchmanjohn's blog...
Just A Simple Prayer
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As I read a blog by @paulphil entitled Sic Transit Gloria (Thus Passes Glory) I found myself reflecting about the impact we make when we simply faithfully follow Christ in our every day life. The thing is, though we seldom realize it, our action or...
The Waterproof Jacket
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I remember the first time I saw him. It was late summer in 1978. I was 17 years old and had just started my freshman year at a college that was located a thousand miles away from home. I wasn't impressed and in all fairness, neither was he. My...
You Go Girl!
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I find myself strangely reluctant to write this blog. I was reminded yesterday that when I publish this blog, I will be running neck and neck with my friend @blessings2you who passed away in May of 2016. At the time of his death, he had published...
Just Because It Looks Good Doesn't Mean It Is Good
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The peope of Jericho had a problem. The town was in a good location or situation. It seemed like it should be prospering but it was not. You see, there was a problem. The water was bad. The words used to describe it mean bad, evil, malignant,...
Receiving God's Discipline
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King Ahab was terrified. King Beh-hadad of Aram had united with thirty-two kings and their combined armies had launched an attack against the Kingdom of Israel. Ben-hadad sent a message to the king demanding his silver, gold, wives and the best of his...
A Curse Or A Blessing
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As I pondered @watchmanjohn's blog entitled Sweep Out Our Negative Emotions I thought about the challenges I have had over the years in regards to controlling my emotions. The area in which I was raised was heavily-dominated bym people who either...
Caring For Those Who Serve
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The other night, I sat in my mom's dining room table as a dear family friend who is the pastor of a small church on an Indian reservation, opened up her heart and shared some of her struggles. This friend, a single woman, has labored tirelessly...
But I Don't Want Too!
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Jesus told him, “If you want to be perfect, go and sell all your possessions and give the money to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me.” But when the young man heard this, he went away sad, for he had many...
But I Don't Understand!
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This morning, I read an excellent blog entitled I Had A God-Given Dream by @watchmanjohn. My comment became so long that I realized I needed to cut it short and write my on blog on the subject of our response when we do not understand what we perceive...
Where Has The Time Gone
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It doesn't seem like it was that long ago but as I sit here at my computer reflecting upon all the events that have taken place over the past ten years I realize that I have consciously learned and grown more during that period than at any other...
It's Such A Small Thing
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They were not quite sure how it happened. They only knew that twice two of their three cats had managed to slipped out of their apartment unnoticed though their escapes were eventually discovered and they were located, one or both of them had picked...
The Pathway Through The Wilderness
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Sometimes a situation doesn't merely seem hopeless, it is hopeless. For awhile, there was a glimmer of hope. Perhaps you could come up with a solution if you just had a moment to calm down and think about it. Perhaps your spouse, a family member,...
The Secret Mess
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It was easy to convince myself it was not a problem. "After all," I told myself proudly, "unlike many of my neighbors I can easily park not one but two cars in my garage." Surely that was worth a gold star because I knew for a fact...
The Gracious Act Of Giving
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Since you excel in so many ways—in your faith, your gifted speakers, your knowledge, your enthusiasm, and your love from us—I want you to excel also in this gracious act of giving. 2 Corinthians 8:7 (NLT) In his letter to the Church at...
Fix Your Eyes On The Light
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Yesterday I stumbled across a blog I wrote seven years ago entitled The Lord God Is Our Provider. At the time I wrote it, I did not know that 13 months later I would be placed on an administrative leave with pay pending examinations to determine if...
A Letter Of Christ
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Your very lives are a letter that anyone can read by just looking at you. Christ himself wrote it—not with ink, but with God’s living Spirit; not chiseled into stone, but carved into human lives. 2 Corinthians 3:3 (MSG) These very powerful...
Avoid Foolish Arguments
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Today's Daily Bible Verse, 2 Timothy 2:23 caused me to stop and think about all the times that I've been drawn into foolish arguments. What makes me wince even more is the knowledge that I have even sometimes been guilty of instigating foolish...
But I Know I'm Right!
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I shook my head in disbelief. Except for a change in the placement of the staircase, the two structures looked almost identical right down to the unusual-looking decorative pillars and windows. Maybe my eyes were deceiving me so I asked my husband to...
It Didn't Have To Be
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After I hung up the phone this morning, all I could think was, "It didn't have to be." Recently, my husband was working for a friend covering the audio at a four-day softball tournament. He decided that rather than come home late...
The Fingerprints Of God
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It seemed like they would have every reason to be angry at God. Late last summer their youngest child had been born with Down's Syndrome late last summer. Like a lot of children with Down's Syndrome, he has heart trouble. There are two holes...
The Wrong Point Of View
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I couldn't understand it. I simply could not understand it. Of course I knew that younger drivers were neither as experienced or as good of drivers as myself (each generation seems to think that about the younger generation the older they get),...
Who Is Listening
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Around midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the other prisoners were listening. Acts 16:25 (NLT) Paul and Silas hadn't done anything wrong. They had gone to the place God had sent them. They had faithfully preached...
When We Don't Understand
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An old blog of mine popped up today called " The Prayer Shawl. Re-reading caused me to remember those dark and painful days of excruciating bone marrow pain combined with pain receptors misfiring. There is no relief, there is nothing that can be...