K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 5 months and 23 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,143 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
What's That In Your Hand?
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Moses shifted uneasily. The task God was asking him to do was too great. God didn't understand how things worked at the palace. He, Moses had been brought up as the adopted grandson of a pharaoh. He knew all about court etiquette and he knew he...
God Turns Our Mourning Into Dancing
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There are days when it is so easy to go through the day with a song in your heart and praise on your lips. Everything is going according to "The Plan". Okay, so your kids aren't quite cooperating and... neither is spouse come to think of...
What's On The Inside?
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Earlier today, as I was chatting with @Bethy, I was reminded of one of Aesop's Fables called The Jay and The Pea... Uh... oh-oh. I seem to remember I used that word once at CB and it got censored and I got booted. John ended up having to rescue...
Congratulations John And CB...And Thank You!
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Earlier this morning, I was reading a blog posted by @christianblog entitled 25,000 Published Blogs which announced that there have now been more than 25,000 blogs published here at Christianblog.com Congratulations, CB! I stumbled across CB back in...
Cleaning Out The Closest
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Five years ago, when we were moving into a new home, our timing couldn't have been worse. It was in September and I had just moved to a new classroom and a new grade so I was learning new curriculum as well. Also, since my husband works at a...
Knowing Who I Was, Christ Died For Me.
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He looked down through the ages and saw her and millions like her. He saw the wickedness of her heart and He saw every single fault. Even though she was covered with mud and filth, not fit to be seen by Him, He loved her. He knew full well what she...
When It Seems We've Had A Setback...
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On this journey called "Life", we will encounter many twists and turns along the way. Sometimes when we seem to be able to clearly see our goal straight ahead, the path we are on suddenly turns sharply to the right or to the left. A detour!...
When You Least Expect It
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Yesterday afternoon, for a brief period of time, I saw some peeks of sunshine. It was a welcome sight for we'd had a rainy weekend. Come to think about it , we've had an usually cool and wet spring. After an extremely long winter, I am more...
The Great CB Cake Caper
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It was a dark and stormy night ... What's that? Oh, okay! I'll begin again. Ahem... K ruffles through her script. Now where was I? Oh yeah, I'll take it from the beginning. It was a dark and snowy night. Hm... actually, I don't...
Repentance: It Is More Than Just Saying The Words, "I'm Sorry"
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In working with children over the years, I have been a frequent observer of "apologies". Usually it happens like this: 1. Child A, snatches the purple marker away from Child B. 2. Child B cries out in protest and tries to grab the marker...
He Cares For Us!
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I am writing this blog in hopes of encouraging those who may find themselves in similar circumstances. Perhaps their number of hours at work have been reduced, perhaps they have been laid off or have lost their job. Perhaps this has happened to their...
What Will You Be Doing When God Calls Your Name
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The recent fervor in regards to the second coming of Christ got me to thinking earlier this evening. In the years since Jesus Christ ascended, people have speculated about when He will return. Indeed, there are those who have convinced others to sell...
A Blessing Or A Burden?
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A song from my girlhood filtered through my mind earlier this evening. That song is entitled, "Make Me A Blessing". Out in the highways and byways of life, Many are weary and sad; Carry the sunshine where darkness is rife making the...
CB: A Blogging Community Or Just Another Blogging Site?
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One of the things I absolutely love about CB is that for me and a number of other people, it is more than just a blogging site. It is a blogging community. Of course I come here to write. That is obvious for I have posted more than 1,000 blogs on this...
Why Should God Care?
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When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained; What is man, that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him? Psalm 8:3-4 It doesn't make much sense, does it? When we...
If Ever I Loved Thee...
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When William Ralph Featherson was sixteen years old, he wrote the following poem: My Jesus, I Love Thee My Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine; For Thee all the follies of sin I resign. My gracious Redeemer, my Savior art Thou; If ever I loved...
The Promise Of The Rainbow
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Yesterday, a friend sent me a picture they had taken of a rainbow. In part, my friend wrote: It was a reminder that just like He kept His promise then He will keep His other promises also. It was written all over the sky this evening that God is...
Open Up Your Hands!
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Years ago, I read an edited version of a book by George MacDonald entitled, "What's Mine's Mine". It is the story of a 19th century Highland chief who struggles to retain a remnant of his land and keep his remaining people together....
What We Need... When We Need It
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And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If ye shall ask any thing in my name, I will do it. John 14:13-14 These two precious verses have been used over the years to justify selfishness and...
God's Little Miracles
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The evening of January 3, 2009, I received an urgent phone call from my mom just as my husband and I were arriving home. With a cry and a prayer, I leaped out of the car and raced into the house. Crying and praying, I logged onto CB and posted an...
A Place Where Love Lives
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As I zoomed eastward across the farmland of central Iowa, laughter filled the car. My passengers were my mom, two of her sisters and one of her cousins. Another aunt of mine and cousin were somewhere behind us and we were headed to meet yet another...
My Most Memorable Mother's Day Gift
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The most memorable Mother's Day gift I ever got is sitting on the bookcase right behind me at the moment. When my son was young, he accidentally broke a "smiley" my dad (who passed away when I was 16) had made me. A smiley is a ceramic...
A Little Goes A Long Way
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A blog I read earlier by @blessings2you, reminded me of my maternal grandmother. So often when we think of immigrants coming to the US in the 19th century and early 20th century, we get the image of penniless people living in crowded tenements in the...
Revisiting The Good Samaritan
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He was traveling on the road from Jerusalem to Jericho... alone. That in itself was a foolish thing to do. The road to Jericho was a lonely, winding, treacherous road with a history of being a favorite place for thieves to attack unsuspecting...
I Will Trust You
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Even if all the things that people prayed for happened which they do not this would not prove what Christians mean by the efficacy of prayer. For prayer is request. The essence of request, as distinct from compulsion, is that it may or may not be...