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
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
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I had my bi-annual visit with my oncologist today. Regardless of the fact that there is no poking or prodding being done, despite the fact that I really do like to sit and chat with him, the knowledge that I even have to return to the site where I was...
Wilt Thou Be Made Whole?
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Earlier today I read a blog entitled The Joy Of Life Soup by thereisaline. The last paragraph of her blog made me think about the Jesus and the lame man at the Pool of Bethesda. When the water was stirred, whoever stepped in would be "made...
Integrity: It Is More Than Just A Word
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A week ago, I found a gift for my daughter-in-law's birthday which was last Sunday. I liked it but wondered if I could get it for a bit better price. I did a search of my favorite online Christian book store (which is far more than just a book...
When We Open Our Hands
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Those of you here at CB who know me are aware that I've really faced some challenges health-wise over the past few years. I started out 2011 (January 4) facing the loss of my job due to the residual effects of a brain damage. It has been a wildly...
A Viewpoint On Public Support
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I've been thinking about a question I saw posted in regards to whether or not it is Biblical for the people of a nation to be supported by that nation. I suppose this question means different things to different people but I viewed support as...
Do I Or Don't I?
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In the Book of Acts, we read the account of Paul being brought before the Roman authorities. Paul was never shy about sharing his testimony. He had the opportunity to share the Gospel with King Agrippa and Festus. King Agrippa is identified as Agrippa...
Wherever I Am, God Is And All Is Well
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As I write this I am staring at the music box on my desk which my son and his wife gave me for my 50th birthday last November. I wrote about it nearly a year ago. When my son and daughter-in-law saw this, they knew it was the perfect gift for me. The...
Do We Want To Be Where Jesus Is?
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I just want to be where You are, in Your dwelling place forever. Take me to the place where You are, I just want to be with You. --Don Moen We will sing songs like this, often with our eyes closed, hands lifted up toward God, slowly swaying to the...
The Comfort Zone Versus God's Zone
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One of our long-time and faithful members of CB, @childlikeheart has shared with the community that he is about to venture into a new music ministry. As I read his blog entitled This Is My Final Blog and his comments in which he shared a bit more...
God Is Greater!
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When we face difficulty in our own lives and often when we see it in the lives of others, it is easy for us to cry out in despair and wonder if God has either forgotten us or forsaken us. Anyone who claims they have never reached this point... is...
Is It A Blunder or A Blessing?
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I know that many a relationship has been spoiled when you do business with family and friends but to tell you the truth, I do like to do business with family and friends. That's probably because I have never had a bad experience. I have confidence...
Forgiveness Is Not An Option
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Earlier this evening, I read a blog by B2Y entitled Release From The Prison Of Rage And/Or Pity. As I read his blog, I was reminded of a time nearly 25 years ago when God taught me a lesson in forgiveness. I have written about this incident before but...
Just Because You Can Does Not Always Mean You Should
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Earlier this week, I've been thinking long and hard about this question. Does being able to do something necessarily mean we should do it? At first glance, you may respond with a resounding yes. I mean, isn't that a reasonable answer? If we...
You Don't Always End Up Where You Thought You Would Be
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On Monday morning, I backed my car up out of the driveway and headed off to a medical appointment. My plan was to go directly from there and head off to visit some friends until Friday. However, sometimes due to unforeseen circumstances, plans must...
Take Up Your Cross And Follow Him
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If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me. Luke 22:23 It seems to me that modern Christianity does not like this verse very much. Modern Christianity likes to point to all of God's promises and...
The Cancer In Our Soul
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On February 22, 2007 I wrote a blog entitled Cancer-An Object Lesson On Sin. One week later I started dose-dense chemotherapy. During my most difficult days of treatment, I would think about this blog often. While there may be differences of opinion...
Please... May I Give?
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The man stood before me and said, "Please, you and your husband have done so much for me. Please, I would like to give." I felt a lump forming in my throat. This man who had lost his home and had so little... wanted to give. He didn't...
But You Never Came Because...
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I sat in a recliner in a chemo-infusion room. I was sick and afraid. All of my life I felt like I was in control of my life but now... now it had spun out of control. Cancer. I had cancer and they tell me that even though they are pumping toxic...
Called To Serve
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When we think about "serving God", often these sort of images come to our minds. We envision ourselves preaching/teaching to crowds of people. We may see ourselves publishing books which make the bestseller list and we receive all sorts of...
Living Life Abundantly
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When Jesus called us to follow Him, He told us that we must take up our cross and follow Him. He didn't tell us that we would be rich and famous. Indeed, Jesus says: Don t store up treasures here on earth, where moths eat them and rust destroys...
Can We Afford To Not Give?
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Remember this--a farmer who plants only a few seeds will get a small crop. But the one who plants generously will get a generous crop. You must each decide in your heart how much to give. And don t give reluctantly or in response to pressure....
But I'm Just The...!
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This past weekend, I listened as Chris Caine told us about what happened when she tried skiing for the first time. She ended up in the hospital with a severely broken leg. It was during this time that she learned about a body part she did not know she...
Rising Up From The Ashes
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Yesterday I sat with more than 1,000 women listening to a man tell his story. I know this story to be true for my husband and I know this man personally. He has followed Christ for many years. Riding on the wave of a booming real estate market, when...
Are You Willing To Take A Risk?
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The city of Samaria lay under siege. Surrounded by the Syrians, shut up within the city, the inhabitants of the city were starving. In the seventh chapter of Second Kings, we learn that there were four lepers at the gate of the city. First of all,...
Are You A Giver Or A Taker?
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Over the past four years, I have seen a lot of people pass through the doors of CB. Most of them are what we call "free members". They are delighted that they get a chance to post "free blogs" and access other "free"...