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
Above All Else, Guard Your Heart
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The beautiful house was filled with priceless treasures given to the occupant by the Father. These gifts were so valuable that no one except the Father could afford a single one and yet the Father lavishly bestowed all of them on not just one but...
A Piece Of Coal
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For as long as I could remember, my grandmother favored one of her...
Let There Be Light!
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Today's Daily Bible Verse here on CB is Psalm 18:28. In the NIV it reads: You, Lord, keep my lamp burning; my God turns my darkness into light. I read that passage one morning shortly before I started chemotherapy nine years ago. After reading...
Taking Mercy For Granted
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In the Gospel of Luke, we find the story of Jesus' encounter with ten men who had leprosy. According to the Law, these men would have been considered unclean. They were banned from entering cities and towns and as they moved about, they were...
Everywhere You Go
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A week ago, I heard a testimony given by a man which I would like to share. Sometime ago, he had been transferred into the area. Far from family and friends, he was eager to make new acquaintances. One day, instead of taking public transportation to...
In The Boat
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I've been reading @watchmanjohn's series on prayer and while all the blogs have been excellent, his most recently published one, Prayer Has To Be From A Position Of Strength really spoke to me this morning. It is well-worth reading for prayer...
A True Representative Of Christ
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In the book, Of Whom The World Was Not Worthy, by Marie Chapian , an evangelist named Jakob Kovac regularly travels miles on foot to meet with a man named Cimmerman who seems to have little interest in God. In fact, this man points out the terrible...
The Healing Power In A Hug
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This past weekend my husband and I attended an event at our church called "Freedom Encounter". On Saturday, after listening to a teaching on forgiving the wounds of inflicted by parents, we made our way up to the front along with other...
Take To The Streets
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Hundreds of homes are going up just three miles south of me. Of course businesses are following as well. The traffic south of my church went from being almost non-existent to constantly busy over the course of a year. I was down that way just the...
The People In The Trees
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On Saturday evening, as I listened to a message by Eric Samuel Timm, a story I had known since my childhood suddenly took on a whole new perspective. The story he told was the story of Zacchaeus which is recorded in the nineteenth chapter of Luke. In...
The Limitless God
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Then the LORD said to Moses, "Has my arm lost its power? Now you will see whether or not my word comes true!" Numbers 11:23 (NLT) The Children of Israel were murmuring and complaining yet again. They had witnessed the power of God in Egypt....
In A Desert Land
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The CB Daily Bible Verse today is Deuteronomy 32:10-11. I really love the imagery of this passage for I believe it aptly describes not only our own lostness before we came to Christ but also various situations or seasons we may experience as well. Who...
No Is Also An Answer
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This evening, as I was watching a video on the life of Amy Carmichael, the narrator shared a story about Amy which I first heard when I was a young girl. I didn't know it at the time but this story would have a profound effect on my life and how I...
Out With The Old
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My new washing machine arrived today. I was ready and armed with two baskets of dirty laundry when it arrived. That's what happens when your old washer decides to give up the ghost on "Laundry Day". Fortunately, in my case it stopped in...
The Heart Of A Leader
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Whoever wants to be a leader among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first among you must be the slave of everyone else. For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to save others and to give his life as a ransom for many. ...
The Great iPhone Incident
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I didn't notice it until later this afternoon when I was talking to my mom on my landline. When she mentioned a recent picture of my grandson, I pulled out my phone, pulled up the picture, gazed at it admiringly (I happen to have a very handsome 4...
Save A Life Or Destroy It
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Then he turned to his critics and asked, “Does the law permit good deeds on the Sabbath, or is it a day for doing evil? Is this a day to save life or to destroy it?” But they wouldn’t answer him. Mark 3:4 (NLT) Jesus asked this...
Chosen And Equipped
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Have you ever felt inadequate to do something God has called you to do? Sometimes like Moses, our reaction is, "You want me to do what?" Then we begin to tell God all about our shortcomings, like He didn't know them already, and suggest...
Standing At The Foot Of The Mountain
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But the LORD said, “Go down and bring Aaron back up with you. In the meantime, do not let the priests or the people break through to approach the lord, or he will break out and destroy them. Exodus 19:24 (NLT) All the preparations had been made....
But I Can't!
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Moses had an amazing story. He was supposed to be killed the moment he...
In The Place Of God
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Joseph's ten older brothers found themselves in an interesting position after their father died. Had Joseph merely spared their lives in regard for their father's feelings? Now that he was gone, would they at last have Joseph's wrath fall...
The God Who Has Been My Shepherd
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Near the end of Jacob's life, he became ill. When Joseph heard the news, he brought his two sons, Manasseh and Ephraim to Jacob's bedside. The knowledge that his beloved son was by his side strengthened Jacob to the point that he sat up in his...
It Was God!
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I started as I read these words this morning: So it was God who sent me...
Fruitful In The Land Of Suffering
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In a previous blog entitled But The Lord Is With You, I wrote about how Joseph's dreams had turned into a nightmare. Betrayed and sold into slavery by his own brothers and carried off into a foreign country, he did his best to live a godly life....
But The Lord Is With You
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Joseph had dreams, big dreams. They were dreams that came from God Himself but on the day that he met up with his brothers at Shechem, he found himself plunged into a nightmare. Only this wasn't a dream, it was reality. Betrayed by his own...