K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 48 years, 9 months and 21 days.

  I have published 2,396 blogs and 7,094 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Thursday 18th of October 2018.

My Blog Archive
We Are Not Fatherless
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I did not have the privilege of "knowing" my dad as an adult. He passed away after battling colon cancer when I was but 16. He had multiple physical problems due to a near-fatal accident he had in the navy when he was but 19. The horrible...
Sharing The Gospel Must Not Be A Power-Struggle
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Since the days of the early church, there has been much discussion/debate on the interpretation of scriptures. Interestingly enough, most people are insistent that the interpretation which they have been taught, studied or revealed to them one way or...
God Loves And Uses Imperfect People
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Earlier today, I was thinking about Moses. Exodus 4:10 says: And Moses said unto the LORD, O my LORD, I am not eloquent, neither heretofore, nor since thou hast spoken unto thy servant: but I am slow of speech, and of a slow tongue. While there is...
Then Shall I Be Saved From My Enemy
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The Children of Israel had crossed over over into the land which God had promised them but... there were still battles to fight. In fact, there were a lot of battles to fight. It is interesting that God required them to play a role in defeating their...
Though We May Not See...
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Earlier this week the question arose about whether or not someone knew Christ at the time of their death. As far as their grieving family member knew, they did not but I was reminded once again that we only see what is on the surface of things. God...
Someone's Watching Over Me
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In all honesty, I'm a bit apprehensive about the next couple of...
Remember, We Are Not The Enemy
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The other night, while talking to a friend, they made a comment about how so many Christians feel the need to defend themselves, even against one another. I thought about that and I believe that is true. We often find ourselves fighting battles we not...
The Abundance Of God
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Earlier today I was reading a blog written by @Blessings2you entitled Filled With All The Fullness of God which was based on the third chapter of Ephesians. As I read the blog, my eyes rested on versus 20 and 21. Now unto him that is able to do...
Out Of The Mouths Of Babes
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Earlier today, I read a blog written by @eyeswideopen entitled God Touched My Heart Today . In the blog she recounts the story of how she and her mother had encountered an old man trying to sell brushes which no one wanted. They struck up a...
We've Surrendered To God, Or Have We?
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We talk about doing it. We sing about doing it and we may even tuck the word into our prayers now and then but are we really doing it? It's easy to "surrender" to God when He is asking us to do something we want to do or wanting us to go...
Still No Evidence Of Disease
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On January 29, 2008, I had a grade 3 triple negative 3.5cm malignant tumor removed. Originally, they had thought it was less than 2 cm and was still contained within a milk duct. They were wrong. It had burst through the duct wall and was larger than...
Jesus, I Come To Thee
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This evening the beautiful words to a hymn entitled "Jesus, I Come To Thee" ran through my mind. I recalled the first time I'd ever heard those words. When I was a teenager, I read a book called "The Hiding Place" by Corrie ten...
The Words We Write
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After leaving chat last night, I tripped over a dusty old box marked "K Blogs 2008". Now what on earth was that doing here. That should be up in the attic. I noticed the lid was off too and next to it was... an old blog entitled He Is The...
Is Your Love For God Unconditional?
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In Christianity we talk a great deal about the unconditional love of God. What joy we have when we grasp the idea of God's unconditional love for us! He loves us in spite of ourselves. He loved us while we were yet sinners. He wasn't pleased...
Stop And Listen
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The frustrations of the past 18 months caught up with me tonight. As I "vented" my frustration at the whole situation, my husband made no attempt to stop me. He did not try to "fix" anything. He did not admonish me, preach at me,...
My Times Are In His Hands
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I remember that day in late August, 1997 when I reported for duty in my new position as a gifted/talented resource teacher in an inner-city school. I remember the enthusiasm and the challenges as I tried to build an enrichment program for 160...
Footprints In The Sand
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Earlier this morning, I got an alert that a comment had been made on a blog which I wrote nearly a year ago entitled: NO EVIDENCE OF DISEASE!. I thought for a long while after reading that blog for you see, I had written it after receiving the results...
Do You Have The Right Connection?
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I headed off earlier today for one of my little day road trips which I am so fond of making. Yes, I did have a good one. All in all I traveled 215 miles there and back and had some great time singing, praying and contemplating things. Anyway, I...
My All In All
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The words to the song "You Are My All In All" were running through my mind this morning. As I hummed the melody and then burst out in song, I headed over to website of the writer of that song, Dennis Jernigan, in which he mentioned a...
Be Still My Soul
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Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth. Psalm 46:10 Noise. It's all around us. In the industrialized world we are becoming saturated with it. Along with noise comes distractions. I am...
Making A Difference In Someone's Life
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Earlier today I was pondering this question, "Have I made a difference in someone's life?" As Christians this is something we need to be actively pursuing. You see, our lives are not our own. We have committed our lives to Christ and...
Can We Have Joy And Peace In The Midst Of Adversity?
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Whom having not seen, ye love; in whom, though now ye see him not, yet believing, ye rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of glory: 1 Peter 1:8 It does not make sense. It absolutely does not make sense. History bears record of some of them being...
Pride Goeth Before A Fall
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Pride goeth before a fall is a saying I often heard as a child. It sounds like something straight from the Bible, doesn't it? Well, not in those exact words. The actual text is: Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall....
I Just Want To Be Where You Are
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As I am typing this blog, my little cat Nix is perched on the back of my chair. He alternates between staring out the window, sleeping and... rubbing his face in my hair. Yes, I said rubbing his face in my hair. When we first got him from the shelter,...
The Heat Is On!
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I was feeling a bit faint a little bit ago and slithered downstairs to check the themostat. It was 86F (30C). Gulp! No wonder I didn't feel so well. I was melting. Quickly I sprang into action before it was too late. I switched on the a/c and set...