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
He Leads Us On The Path Of Life
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I was hanging out in chat a bit ago, waiting to see if any of my friends who were online at the moment would pop in. Suddenly, this verse popped up in chat: You will show me the path of life; in Your presence is fullness of joy; at Your right hand are...
The Victor!
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This weekend we remember both the darkest and brightest moments in history. Riding high on the events of Palm Sunday, the disciples were positive that they knew exactly how things were going to play out. Jesus would take his rightful place on the...
Because Of Him
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There is a very beautiful song which I love called "In Christ Alone" by Stuart Townend and Keith Getty. I listened to, sang and played this song often as I was undergoing cancer treatment. Cancer treatment is different from most other...
Trusting God No Matter What!
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"Just hang onto the Lord," was a phrase which often fell from my grandmother's lips. She knew a lot about living by faith. Though she had very little in terms of material things (she didn't even have her own home for the last 50...
The Voice Of Truth
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Our God Is The Darkness-Slayer
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I wish I had a picture of the scene before my eyes right now. I am peering out the window of the guestroom of my friends' home, looking out at daybreak. I cannot see the sun yet for it has not yet risen. Oh, but I can see the evidence that it is...
A Welcome Fit For A King
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A little bit ago, I was watching the sunrise. As I watched the sun shimmering on the pond, I thought about what a beautiful spring day it was going to be. I have been traveling over my spring break and arrived at the home of some dear friends late...
Your Mission Is...
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When I was young there was a television program called Mission Impossible. The secret agent would receive a recorded message outlining a seemingly impossible mission. The agent did not have to accept the mission. They could decline it. Accepting the...
Even In The Midst Of The Fire
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Although carried away as youths from their homeland, God had blessed these young men abundantly. Though their nation had been conquered and they resided in enemy territory, they had positions of great power within the government. We first read of...
Yet Will I Trust Him
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We often talk about walking by faith when we have a good job, money in the bank, a great marriage, a beautiful family and our health, but I have a question for you. What if you woke up tomorrow and discovered there was a deadly disease lurking in your...
Who Will Rescue Me From This Body Of Death?
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The disease of self runs through my blood It's a cancer fatal to my soul Every attempt on my behalf has failed To bring this sickness under control --From I Want To Be In The Light by Charlie Peacock I will never forget when I first learned about...
Blessing Others As They Have Blessed You
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As I was reading B2Y's blog called Entitlement Mentality From A Horse's Point of View, I recalled an incident which I observed nearly 20 years ago. At the time, I was working a temporary job at an inner city charity which had a job training...
The Good Samaritan Revisited
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He lay upon the road stripped, beaten, unconscious and left for dead. Others passed by him but did not stop to help. They couldn't help but notice him lying there but managed to come up with reasons why they could not or should not stop. You can...
What If That Someone Is Me?
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Tonight I came across a blog I wrote last October called What If I Am The Fleece? As I read this, my thoughts turned to this wonderful place called CB. I have been here for over two and a half years. I firmly believe God led me here for a variety of...
Where He Leads Me I Will Follow
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I remember that cold, dark December night back in 2007. I was driving home alone late from a concert my husband had been running sound for. I could have stayed and waited for him but I was tired. It had been a long and difficult week for me. As I...
Living In His Hands
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Within six days, I have had two doctor appointments with two different doctors. The first doctor is an oncologist. I go see him because I am a breast cancer survivor. It is standard practice in the US for breast cancer survivors to see their...
Yellow Alert And The Times That We Live In
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The announcement came over the intercom system just as the first buses were preparing to pull up to school. Effective immediately, we were under yellow alert. Students would be coming in a few minutes. We were all supposed to lock our classroom doors...
Victim Or Victor?
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Earlier today while writing a blog comment, I found myself digging around in the "attic" here at CB. I sat in front of the trunk marked K blogs and opened the lid. I rummaged around a bit until I found what I was looking for. It was a blog...
One Brief Moment In Time
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Tears filled my eyes as I read these words in my Bible one morning back in 1988... For which cause we faint not; but though our outward man perish, yet the inward man is renewed day by day. For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh...
Beautiful And Precious In His Sight
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How well I remember that day the spring of 2008. I was undergoing aggressive chemotherapy and had hobbled into church. I was a sight! A pink baseball cap with the words Chick Night and a pink rhinestone princess pin (see my avatar) didn't exactly...
Prayer Resources At CB
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Although the primary function of CB is to be a blogging site, you can get so much more here! Isn't that just the way it is with Christianity in general? Oh forgiveness is the ultimate thing, of course but there are so many other things we receive...
Giving Thanks With A Grateful Heart
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Once there were 10 men with a horrible disease called leprosy. As was the custom and according to the law, these men were isolated from the rest of society. They lived outside of the city and if they resided with anyone at all, it was other people...
God See Us For Who We Are But Still...
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My son is an actor and he has placed some pretty nasty characters at times. There have been a few times I just wanted to get up on stage and smack that character. Why their mother... grrrrrrr! Wait a minute... I am their mother. Sigh... only a mother...
Walking Through The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death
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Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me;... Psalm 23:4a As a breast cancer survivor, there is not a day that doesn't go by when I do not think about recurrence. From talking with...
Dancing With The King
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This evening I stumbled over a blog which I had written in early December. It was entitled When The Music Fades. Tears flowed down my face as I reread this blog. You see, five days after writing this, the music faded for me and my family. Five days...