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
May I In Him Be Found
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When I was a girl, my grandma and two of her sisters were living in Duluth, Minnesota. The city of Duluth lies at the tip of the southwestern edge of Lake Superior and sprawls out up a steep hill. I never saw the ocean until I was 16 years old but I...
Living A Life That Is Worthy Of His Call
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In his second letter to the Thessalonian church, Paul writes: So we keep on praying for you, asking our God to enable you to live a life worthy of his call. May he give you the power to accomplish all the good things your faith prompts you to do. Then...
Laboring Together In The Body Of Christ
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This past Saturday people from more than 20 churches and businesses as well as the city government worked together to bless about 2,000 people who are in crisis situations. We weren't there to promote our churches. Indeed there were no church...
A Lesson From The Apple Orchard
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Last week, I drove to an apple orchard a few miles away from me and purchased a bag of SweeTango apples. I got my first taste of this delectable apple a couple of years ago prior to it's release to the public market while I was on a field trip...
How's Your Example?
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As a teacher, I know the importance of providing an example for my students particularly when learning a new concept or skill. It enables them to see the process by which I create the finished product. They are able to observe me at work and more...
The One Talent
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To those who use well what they are given, even more will be given, and they will have an abundance. But from those who do nothing, even what little they have will be taken away. Matthew 25:29 (NLT) In the 25th chapter of Matthew, we find the parable...
Can We Afford Not To Give?
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It was all over. She had tried so hard and yet... it was now over. There was just enough flour and oil to make a bit of bread for herself and her son. It would be their last meal. Perhaps she had appealed to her neighbors and perhaps they had done as...
What A Friend We Have In Jesus
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When looking the lyrics to this well-known hymn I discovered that the fiancee of the writer, Joseph Scriven, drowned the night before they were to be married. Scriven emigrated from Ireland to Canada shortly thereafter. Sometime later he became...
What Is Your Standard?
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Earlier today, I was preparing a roast for Sunday dinner. Now, I realize everyone has their own way of doing things so I probably need to explain something here in order for this blog to make sense to most people. I was born, raised and live in...
When I Raise My Hands
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It was one of those early morning moments, you know the kind when you just wake up abruptly in the wee hours of the morning and discover that you are "singing" praises to God. Without waking my husband, I "sang" and simply...
Happy Birthday, Dear Shani!
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While it is still September 10th here in the U.S. where I live, it is September 11th in OZ (Australia), where my dear friend @Shanijane (aka Shani) lives and that means... she is now 21 years old. Shani joined CB on November 14, 2008. I can't...
What On Earth Are You Going To Do With Me Now?
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"What on earth are you going to do with me now?" That's a question I know I have asked God. Have you? When we follow Christ, we are embarking on an amazing adventure. We know our final destination but the route by which we get there,...
When The Brook Runs Dry...
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In the seventeenth chapter of 1 Kings, we find the prophet Elijah delivering a message from God to King Ahab. As the LORD God of Israel lives, before whom I stand, there shall not be dew nor rain these years, except at my word. 1 Kings 17:1b (NKJV)...
Still I Will Follow
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The Shepherd leads you down a pleasant path which runs through a field of fragrant grass and flowers. It passes by still waters and the air is alive with the music of songbirds. Oh, it is sooooooo good to be alive and it is so good to be with the...
Our Ever Present Help
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What an exciting time it had been. After 400 years in Egypt, years which had involved bondage, Jacob's descendants were finally going home! Plague after plague had taken place and perhaps at times the people had felt hopeless. Finally, at the...
I Was A Stranger; And You Took Me In
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"I just received word that I do not have to leave the premises until next Friday. Can I still come next Friday?" "Of course." I replied. "I have your room ready for you." Suddenly the man's voice on the other end of...
But What About Repentance?
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As a mom, a preschool teacher and an elementary school teacher, I have seen more tears brought on by a child's own actions than I can count. I can't help but think that what I've observed in children, is the same behavior I often see in...
Trials Turned To Gold
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Earlier this evening I shared my "story" of the past four years with a man who has faced his own tragedies. As I talked with him, I thought about what I knew of his story. Like myself and so many others, he has been walking with God in the...
But What If...?
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A favorite song of mine is the song Blessings by Laura Story. The past four years of my life have not been the easiest. Physical illness has taken my body to the brink of death and while I am definitely still here, there have been some residual...
Over One Million Views?
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I just noticed a little bit ago that my friend, @blessings2you, has now exceeded more than a million views on his blogs. That is quite a lot of views! I am once again reminded that the words we write are not just restricted to the members of CB,...
The Prayer Challenge
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"I'm sorry to hear about that. I will remember you in my prayers." Have you ever said something to that effect? I have. Now, without raising your hands, I'd like to ask this question. How many times have you forgotten all about it...
The Story Has Not Ended
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The plot thickens. The problems seem insurmountable and yet you are only partially through the book or you know the play or the movie has another hour left. Do you close the book or leave the theater at that point because the story is over? Of course...
Where Is Your Anchor?
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I can see it all so clearly. I can see myself standing on a bench in the little church. Music fills the building and I clap my tiny hands to the beat, delighting in the rhythm. Upon life s boundless ocean where mighty billows roll, I ve fixed my hope...
He Gave Us His Heart
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I heard the following story on the radio today: Suppose your son died in the hospital. You hear of someone else who is dying but they can be saved by a heart transplant. Your son's heart is a perfect match! Everything is made ready. The recipient...
He Is The God Of Hope!
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This morning I came across a packet I'd received a few days ago in regards to the upcoming Women's conference sponsored by my church. Due to the uncertainty of my current financial situation, I would not be able to attend this conference if it...