K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 6 months and 23 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,151 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Tuesday 12th of February 2019.

My Blog Archive
Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death: God Turns Darkness Into Light
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Note: This blog is part of a series called Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death. You Oh Lord keep my lamp burning; my God turns my darkness into light. Psalm 18:28 (NIV) I started chemo infusions on Friday, February 29, 2007, exactly four weeks...
Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death: He Makes Us Brave
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Note: This blog is part of a series called Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death. I followed my oncologist out the door. I glanced down at myself and looked at the needle and clamped tubing sticking out of my chest. I shook my head and made a...
Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death: Follow God's Hand
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Note: This blog is part of a series called Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death. As I reflect upon my cancer journey in 2007-2008, I recalled something a friend of mine told me in December 2007. Sure enough, I found that quote in an old blog of...
Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death: He Puts A Song In Our Hearts
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Note: This blog is part of a series called Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death. Pathology reveals infiltrating ductal carcinoma grade 3/3. This is consistent with the imaging findings. It was confirmed that I had infiltrating ductal carcinoma...
Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death: God Is Bigger!
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Note: This blog is part of a series called Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death. On September 3, 2007, exactly three months before I learned about my "spiculating mass", I had written a blog entitled God Is Bigger! In the blog I write...
Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death: One Moment In Time
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Note: Please see the introduction to this series of blogs and index here. One Moment In Time I hummed happily to myself, occasionally bursting out into song as I got ready for work on Monday, December 3, 2007. It was a busy time of the year. A week...
Even In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death
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Introduction On July 29, 2007 when I became a member of Christianblog.com I did not know at the time that within a few short months I would be in the battle of my life. Actually, I would be battling for my physical life. It is only by the mercy and...
The Hands And Feet Of Jesus
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A couple of days ago, in a blog I wrote called A Story Of Two Brothers I told about a boyhood friend of my husband's whose wife has cancer of the esophagus and stomach. He is struggling to care for his critically ill wife and has been struggling...
Has It Been Worth It?
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I have been sitting here, as I often do nowadays, reflecting upon my life and as I do I ask myself, "Has it been worth it?" I have to say, with a resounding cry, "Yes!" I suppose that some would look upon my life rather scornfully....
Goodness Versus Kindness
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My pastor is currently doing a sermon series on "Why Bad Things Happen To Good People" which is based on the Book of Job. This is a very divisive issue amongst Christians. Here are some of the common thoughts on this matter: 1. God is good...
What If I Stumble?
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Earlier this evening, I read a blog by my friend Harkrider called Yes I Stumble Sometimes. As I read his blog, my mind went back to a night when as a young wife and mother, the Holy Spirit taught me a precious lesson which I have never forgotten. I...
Guess What? Gracie's Back!
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Guess what? Gracie's back! My heart is singing for I got a glimpse of my friend, Savedbyegrace aka Gracie the other day. Then I saw a new blog by her. Hooray! I love Gracie's blogs! They are always such a blessing to me! I became a dedicated...
Stepping Out In Faith
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Carefully she gathered sticks, wiping a tear away from her eyes now and then. Life had been so hard! Her husband was gone but he had left behind a part of himself to comfort her and give her great joy. His son! She smiled to herself as she thought...
The Heart Of Giving
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The woman slipped through the crowd on her way to the temple. She tightly clutched the two coins. It was a mere pittance... but it was all that she had. Perhaps... perhaps she shouldn't even bother to give. What she had was so small and so...
Standing Before God With Open Hands And Hearts
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From my childhood I have sung the hymn " I Surrender All" which was written by J.W. Van Deventer. All to Jesus I surrender; all to him I freely give; I will ever love and trust him, in his presence daily live. I surrender all, I surrender...
A Story Of Two Brothers
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This is the story of two brothers which my husband and I are watching being played out before our eyes this past week. My husband grew up with these brothers and has maintained contact with them over the years even though we live hundreds of miles...
Where Is Your Heart?
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For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. Matthew 6:21 (NKJV) The other day, Blessings2you wrote a blog called The Root Of All Evil and I must say I was shocked and saddened at the quick responses from people that certain versions of...
To God Be The Glory
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Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, Let the earth hear His voice! Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, Let the people rejoice! O come to the Father, through Jesus the Son, And give Him the glory, great things He hath done! --From "To God Be The...
If I Never Live Another Day
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My friends and long time members here at CB know I do not speak the words "if I never live another day" lightly. For those of you new to CB or who have not followed my blogs, I am a cancer survivor as well as a survivor of a brain aneurysm...
God Hears The Cry Of His Children
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It was very busy at the "mega" grocery store on that morning about 20 years ago. It was before the holiday season. We were going to hosting dinner for a lot of people, having overnight guests and that sort of thing. My husband and I were...
My Redeemer Lives!
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The man whom God himself said to satan "Have you considered my servant Job? There is no one on earth like him; he is blameless and upright, a man who fears God and shuns evil." Job 1:8 (NIV) was stripped of his family, possessions, health...
Stand Your Ground
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It had been a great week. On Sunday, Jesus had entered a crowded Jerusalem to the cries of Hosanna and the waving of palm leaves. Hosanna is a cry for freedom. The palm leaf was the equivalency of waving a national flag. In modern day terms, this was...
The Difference He Has Made In My Life
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In the 1970's songwriter, Archie Jordon, penned these words: What a difference you've made in my life What a difference you've made in my life You're my sunshine day and night Oh what a difference you've made in my life What a...
The Mysterious White Envelope
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I sat on the hard church pew, legs swinging as I watched the filmstrip and listened to the story. In many ways, the lives of children in the story were so different than me and yet they loved to hear the missionary tell stories about Jesus just as I...
Making A Difference
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In my community, they call it "The Drive Thru Difference". A local Christian radio station encourages it's listeners to do a simple act of kindness while going through the drive thru. Take a moment and ask God if you should pay for the...