K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 4 months and 13 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,129 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Monday 3rd of December 2018.

My Blog Archive
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 was born but he wasn't. His mother was able to hide him for three months but when he became to old to hide any longer, she placed him in a basket and set him afloat in the Nile...
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 here, not you! Genesis 45:8a These words were spoken by Joseph after he revealed his identity to his brothers. He told them not to be angry at themselves for brutally attacking...
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...
I Can Do All Things
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Over the past nine years, I have become acutely aware of exactly how fragile I am both physically and mentally. In 2008, chemotherapy and radiation beat me up physically but just as I was beginning to sort of feel like myself once again, a...
The Things We Say
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On Wednesday mornings, I attend a women's group at my church called Sisterhood. We are assigned to a table each semester so it is sort of a small group within a larger group. After a time of fellowship we listen to a teaching and then have a...
We Have A Benefactor
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In late August 2013, my husband received direction from God that at long last he was supposed to enroll in graduate school in order to obtain his Master of Divinity. I say at long last because this was something my husband had wanted to do even before...
The Mind Of Christ
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I tend to steer away from politics and indeed, here at CB there are limits in place in regards to what percentage of our blogs can be politically related as well as a policy banning hate speech which includes attacking those of opposing political...
The Ironing Board
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For the record, I am not a Cleaning Diva. In fact, I don't even come close. I loathe housework and the only reasons I really do it is to avoid public humiliation and embarassment and the thrill of satisfaction once it is over and done with...for...
We're In This Together
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Amidst all the stories of division, protest, violence and hate, I stumbled across a local news story that took place in my hometown, not far from where I grew up. As people with opposing views aired their hatred through the streets, the airwaves and...
A Reflection Of Christ
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This morning I read these words: Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works. Hebrews 10:24 (NLT) It seems like society as a whole is NOT doing that. In fact, it seems like people are intent on stirring up feelings of...
Always Be Ready
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Some areas of the US go into a panic at the mere sight of snowflakes in the air. Hordes of frantic people rush into the local groceries stores to stock up on water and other provisions. If there is any accumulation schools and businesses are quickly...
Do Not Forget!
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During times of trouble, an oft-heard cry is "God, where are you?" When things are going well, all too often we ignore God and pat ourselves on the back in regards to a job well-done. This brings up the question, why do we attribute evil to...
Remain In My Love
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Photo credit: aftab. via Foter.com / CC BY-NC On the eve of His betrayal, Jesus gives this command to His disciples, "Remain in my love" (John 15:9). He then explains exactly how to do that. In order to remain in his love, we must obey his...
It Happened For The Glory Of God
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Tragedy had struck the beloved brother of Mary and Martha, dear friends of Jesus had become critically ill. Fearful and grief-stricken, the sisters sent word to Jesus, knowing that He could make things right again. But when Jesus heard about it he...
When You Go
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In some parts of the world, people are warned that if they choose to follow Christ, they will face severe persecution and even death. To follow Christ may very well involve the loss of their job, their home, their reputation and often even their...
Show Your Best Face
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I love to look at houses. That's rather strange because I am a miserable failure as a domestic engineer and interior designer but that does not mean I have no appreciation of a well-ordered, beautifully decorated home. With the advent of the...
A Black Envelope
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In May 2015, I wrote a blog entitled The Black Envelope which was based on a message my pastor had preached during a sermon series called, "I Didn't Ask For This". As I listened to the sermon that day, I recalled the day when I was...
May I Never Forget
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Photo credit: Foter.com / CC0 Let all that I am praise the Lord; with my whole heart, I will praise his holy name. Let all that I am praise the Lord; may I never forget the good things he does for me. Psalm 103:1-2 (NLT) As I read those verses this...