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
Repentance Is A Verb
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Definition of Repent 1 : to turn from sin and dedicate oneself to the amendment of one's life 2 a : to feel regret or contrition b : to change one's mind Source: In the world of second grade, I hear the words "I'm sorry" often....
CB: What A Blessing It Has Been In My Life!
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Last night during a discussion in chat with @abelajohnb and @shanijane, I discovered that CB officially opened on November 16, 2006. This morning I saw that an official announcement had been made in regards to that which in turn has led me to writing...
The House That God Is Building
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Earlier today, I was trying to find a quote by C.S. Lewis which I wanted to forward to a friend. While I did find my quote, I came across another quote from Mere Christianity which I would like to share here. Lewis writes: "Imagine yourself as a...
Without Any Reservations
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Over the past few weeks Jaime Jamgochian's rendition of the song "The Stand" has been played quite frequently over the local radio station I listen to. I've loved that song from the first moment I heard it years ago by Michael W....
When You're In The Heat Of The Battle Remember...
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Earlier this evening, I took a peek at some of my blogs which had recent views from other websites. To my surprise, I saw one which I published back on March 2, 2009 exactly one year after my first chemo infusion hit me full force. The blog is...
St. Augustine's Pears
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In Confessions which was written about 397 A.D., St. Augustine shares this account from his teenage years. Near our vineyard there was a pear tree laden with fruit that was not attractive in either flavor or form. One night, when I [at the age of...
A Winter Wonderland
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I awakened this morning to a world that was transformed from an ugly brown into the winter wonderland you see in the picture. By the way, the object to the right in the picture is not a bush. It is the limb from a tree which usually is high in the sky...
Love Means Wanting To Say I'm Sorry
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There is a well known phrase which says Love means never having to say I'm sorry. Really? I think that phrase should be rewritten to say Love means wanting to say I'm sorry. Early in our marriage, my husband illustrated this for me...
The Pear Tree: A Native American Tale
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While doing some research for another blog, I came across a short video of a Native American tale about a pear tree. Please take a couple of minutes to watch this tale entitled "The Pear Tree". This tale struck a chord with me. I do not know...
Everywhere I Go I See You
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As I was reading a comment in one of my blogs earlier this morning, I...
What Are You Willing To Lose For The Sake Of The Gospel?
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The second year of the ministry of Jesus Christ is often referred to as "The Year of Popularity". This period of His ministry was marked by healing healing and miracles. Great crowds of people flocked to see Jesus, not only to hear him teach...
Am I Living Up To God's Expectations?
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Earlier this morning I saw a blog title which asked the question, is Jesus living up to your expectations. I thought about that for a moment before turning the question around and asking myself, "Am I living up to God's expectations?"....
My Father's Hands
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It was early morning but my dad was already up with his drawing board...
And In The Meantime...
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It started out as an ordinary day. David was out tending his father's sheep just like he had done hundreds of times. Yet this day would be like no other. He had awakened that morning as an obscure shepherd boy, the least of his brothers. When he...
Be Careful What You Do
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Something I read the other day reminded me of how important it is for us as Christians to be extremely careful about what we participate in or endorse. Practices which we may think are harmless and even beneficial often are not. It pays for us to not...
The Anchor Holds
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A comment made by Savedbyegrace (aka Gracie) left on a recent blog of mine (Let The Wind Roar) made me think about another blog I wrote so long ago back on March 4, 2008 called This Little Boat Is Still Sailing On. This had been my first attempt to...
Let The Wind Roar
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Alert: ...STRONG WINDS CONTINUING TODAY... .A HIGH WIND WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH TODAY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA...AND WEST CENTRAL WISCONSIN. SUSTAINED WINDS BETWEEN 30 AND 40 MPH WERE OCCURRING ACROSS MUCH OF THE WARNING AREA THIS...
The Miracle Of Life
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In January 2009, I posted a blog about my cousin who was airlifted to Las Vegas (she was traveling) for an emergency c-section. At the time, they had not expected that either one of them would make it. That was nearly 22 months ago. This past Friday,...
When You Walk Through The Fire You Will Not Be Burned
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...When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze. Isaiah 43:2 (NIV) Often times we think of fire as destructive and it most certainly can be. Yet at the same time, fire provides us with life-giving warmth...
Do We Really Want To Be Where Jesus Is?
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There's a very nice song by Don Moen which we used to sing a church a number of years go. The lyrics are: I just want to be where You are, dwelling daily in Your presence I don't want to worship from afar, draw me near to where You are I just...
What God Has Promised
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As I was going through a box of things today, I came across a card a...
Behind The Mask
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A frequent accusation "the World" hurls at Christians is that we are all a bunch of hypocrites. Exactly where do we get that word "hypocrite"? The word "hypocrite" comes from the Greek word, "hypokrites" which...
All That I Have Is Yours: A Closer Look At A Boy, Five Loaves and Two Fish
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Earlier today as I read a blog called The Heart of God of the Word of God by Blessings2you, I was reminded that no matter how many times you read a passage, it is always possible to come away with something more. By this I mean that God's Word is...
Why God, Why?
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Mary and Martha kept listening for Jesus' footsteps. Their brother...
Afraid And Yet...
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When we first meet this man, he seems like an unlikely choice to lead an army against a powerful enemy. He is secretly threshing wheat in the bottom of a wine press in order to hide it from the Midianites. He seems like an unlikely hero and yet The...