K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 10 months and 21 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,174 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Tuesday 4th of June 2019.

My Blog Archive
Weeping In The Arms Of God
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One of the lies of the enemy is that men (or "big girls") don't cry. We live in a society that views tears as a sign of weakness and yet the Bible records that Jesus himself, wept. While there certainly is such a thing as "cowardly...
Half-Full Or Half-Empty
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Normally I sleep through my husband's alarm but that was not the case this morning. Personally, I have no desire to be up at 5:00 a.m. unless I have to! I quickly turned over and went back to sleep until the phone rang a little over an hour later....
I Love You
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“I have loved you with an everlasting love; I have drawn you with unfailing kindness. Jeremiah 31:3 (NIV) Sometimes it is hard to believe it, isn't it. I mean, we want to believe it and yet we can't seem to shake the voice that whispers...
At The Appointed Time
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One of the challenges we face in our day to day life is that our view is obstructed. We live in bodies of flesh that are finite rather than infinite, in a world in which, in all honesty, we have limited understanding and control. We are like the child...
For Evil Or For Good
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It is not comforting in the moment. It is not comforting to know that what the enemy intends for evil, God intends for good. At the onset of pain and grief, generally the only thing you are focused on is the pain, especially if it is due to loss....
The Cry For Help
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It is easy to do, you know. We hear a "cry" for help from our brothers, our sisters, our friends or even strangers and we either pretend we don't hear it because we don't want to be bothered at the moment, we say, "I'll pray...
The Courage To Go Forth
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I will never forget that late winter Friday morning in 2007. I opened my eyes abruptly early that morning and felt nothing. Without feeling any emotions whatsoever I knew something was wrong, terribly wrong but I had no idea what. I simply felt...
An Invitation To Join The Process
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A recent blog written by @watchmanjohn has caused me to ponder the question of why God heals/delivers instantaneously at times while other times seems to do it slowly or not at all. It is a valid question but unfortunately the asker is often given the...
The Candy Dish
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As he made his rounds, he noticed something. No one was smiling. No one was even making eye-contact. While it was true this worksite was going to be eventually closed down as people gradually moved into the new campus being built, the pervasive sense...
Preparing For That Meeting
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About a year ago, my friend and fellow CB member, @shanijane stepped out in faith and bought a ticket to a women's conference that is being held at my church this coming weekend. She didn't know how she was going to get there for she would...
A Thorough Cleaning
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Okay, I have a confession to make. I don't like doing housework. I don't see a mess and have this sudden desire to set it in order. I have the desire to say, "So long, see ya later!" and walk out the door to tackle something far more...
Loving The Law More Than Your Neighbor
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It was 1837 and many families in Branch County, Michigan were starving. Thousands of New Englanders had poured into the "Michigan-Toledo Strip" but there was a problem they had not foreseen. First harvests are poor in virgin soil and...
A Cry For Help
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I have been a member of CB for over 10 years and during that time it has truly lived up to it's motto, "A place to be blessed and to bless others!" Four months after I joined CB, I was dianosed with triple negative breast cancer. Triple...
And Immediately They Followed
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Today I began reading the Book of Mark. While reading the first two chapters, I was struck by something. Simon (Peter), Andrew, James, John and Levi (Matthew) were busy at their jobs when Jesus said, "Follow me." The normal and perhaps even...
Standing Outside The Gate
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The son stalked out of his father's house angrily, clutching his inheritance! Slamming the door as loudly as he could, he paused for a moment. Then he reminded himself that he was a man. He was no longer a "little boy". He could make his...
But On The Inside
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I stared down in disbelief. All afternoon, my mother and I had been preparing apples for freezing. Last week, when I was visiting an aunt in Iowa, she had told me she had an abundance of apples and I could take as many as I wished. I filled two bags...
Set A Guard Over My Ears
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A blog I read today by @watchmanjohn entitled The Choice Of Our Speech caused me to recall the importance of not merely guarding our lips but guarding our ears. Why? Because one of the ploys of the enemy is to take the words we hear and manipulate...
But It's Pretty On The Outside
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It was a mess when my mother's brother-in-law found it. The baby grand piano was an absolute mess but my uncle, a master craftsman when it came to working with wood, only saw what he believed to be it's potential. He decided to salvage it and...
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...