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
Not My Will But Thine
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How easily these words can drop from our lips in prayer at times,...
A Great Report!
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I know a number of people here at CB have been praying for me in regards to my upcoming cerebral angiogram. Six months or so after a coil is placed in a brain aneurysm, they want to take a look at how things are going. Even though this was a routine...
Lead Me To The Cross
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Earlier this morning, as I was reading a blog called There Is No I In Doulos by Blessings2you , I found myself reflecting on these words: But what things were gain to me, those I counted loss for Christ. Yea doubtless, and I count all things but loss...
He Is Right There By Your Side
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Things were going well in November of 2007. I'd been disappointed a few years back when my position as a gifted/talented resource teacher had been eliminated due to district-wide budget cuts but God had enabled me to continue to stay at my same...
The Church At Laodicea And The Church Today
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Write this letter to the angel of the church in Laodicea. This is the message from the one who is the Amen--the faithful and true witness, the beginning of God's new creation: I know all the things you do, that you are neither hot nor cold. I...
I Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey Now
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Today is my birthday. Well... not my physical birthday. That is not until November. Nor is it my spiritual birthday. I was only seven and no one thought to take note of the actual date. Today is my CB birthday, however, for I joined CB on July 29,...
This Is A Test
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Blogger's Note: The quote you are about to read was written a few days ago when we were experiencing technical difficulties. I stumbled across this unpublished blog, complete with it's title and it inspired me to transform this "test...
The Broken Connection
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Grrr... this was so frustrating! I hit the button to publish a blog I had been working on and got stalled. Sigh... I tried again. Nothing. With a sinking heart, I picked up my telephone. Yes, my telephone. I have VoIP so if my internet service is...
For Thou Art With Me
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Earlier this summer, my husband and I had the opportunity to visit our friends Blessings2you and Blest for a few days. What a blessing it is to fellowship with good friends! One day, we headed off to go see some caverns. At one point on our tour, the...
Everywhere I Go...
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Earlier this evening, I sat in rush hour traffic waiting to get onto the freeway. I would stop, move a couple of feet, stop, move a couple of feet, stop, move a couple of feet and...you probably know the drill. I inched my way onto the overpass and...
After The Storm...
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There is one thing we need to remember about storms... they do not last...
I've Got The Joy!
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Joy! Oh how I love that word joy! As Christians, this is something we should have for we above all other people have reason for great joy. The chains of sin have been broken in our lives and we now have freedom in Christ! We, who were fatherless, now...
A Shelter In A Time Of Storm
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For most of the afternoon and evening, the area where I live has been under severe thunderstorm/tornado watches and warnings. I grew up at the north end of "Tornado Alley" so basement diving is par for the course May-August. If you live in a...
The Lover Of Our Soul
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You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ...
Changed In An Instant
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It started out as an ordinary day. Vendors sold their wares, men went...
When Danger Is Unseen...
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Today, as I was about to venture off yet again, I stopped suddenly with my keys in hand. I suddenly remembered The Incident. Sigh... Let me explain. Last night as I happily started up my car to pick up some things at the store, something unusual...
When Darkness Veils His Lovely Face
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When darkness veils His lovely face, I rest on His unchanging grace; In every high and stormy gale, My anchor holds within the veil. -- Edward Mote, c. 1834 Earlier today, while chatting with a couple of friends about various difficulties faced in...
Personal Contact Information At CB
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Earlier today I was asked by a member how I could visit my friends B2Y...
We Never Walk Alone
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I was in my kitchen earlier this evening when I suddenly heard my cell...
I've Just Gotta Tell Ya What Jesus Did For Me!
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I just gotta tell ya, what Jesus did for me... Those were the beginning words to a children's song on a tape my son and I would listen to back in the 80's as we drove back and forth to the preschool where I taught when he was a preschooler. I...
When You're Crying In The Night...
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After a busy day yesterday, I slipped into bed with thoughts about all the good things which had happened that day. It had been a good day! I stretched, turned and wham! It hit me. Something I did... perhaps some small movement I made triggered...
When The Going Gets Tough Remember...
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The other day I stumbled across an old blog of mine entitled But I Tried So Hard which was written back on February 24, 2009. Interestingly enough, a friend and I had just been talking about that particular topic and so I thought I would address it...
Will You Still Believe?
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Yesterday, I read a blog entitled Even When I Don't See written by Childofjesus . In her blog she mentions a song by Jeremy Camp entitled "I Still Believe". I love that song! That was the very first son Jeremy Camp wrote after his wife...
NO EVIDENCE OF DISEASE!
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Dear CB Friends, I joined CB back in July, 2007. Little did I know at the time that on the morning of December 3, 2007 I would learn that a very suspicious-looking mass which fairly screamed breast cancer. It was. I didn't want to write about it...
I Want To Be A God-Pleaser
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There is a fable attributed to Aesop which tells the story of a miller, his son and their donkey. In the fable, the miller and his son are taking the donkey to a fair to be sold. As they trudged along beside the donkey, some women see them and begin...