K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 9 months and 27 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,170 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Friday 10th of May 2019.

My Blog Archive
Holy, Holy, Holy Is The Lord God Almighty
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This past week, Revelation Song has been going round and round inside my head. Like most people, I can sometimes get so busy looking at the problems in my life, that I take my eyes off of God. That story has a familiar ring to it. I remember that...
The Lord God Is Our Provider
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I am writing this blog in hopes that it will serve as a reminder that we are not fatherless in this world. Rather, we have a Heavenly Father who knows and cares for our needs. Yes, that picture is me and my dad. It reminds me of how my Heavenly Father...
I Need You Jesus To Come To My Rescue
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This morning the words to the song Rescue, written by Jared Anderson, were going round and round in my head. You are the source of life I can't be left behind No one else will do I will take hold of You chorus I need You Jesus to come to my rescue...
I Was Sick And You Cared For Me
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I was sick, and you cared for me. Matthew 25:36b (NLT) So often we interpret this passage of scripture to mean that we inquire about how someone is feeling and tell the sick person to be sure to let us know if they need anything. Then we pat ourselves...
Love Notes From God
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It has been a tough winter at my house. In a previous blog I wrote called Let The Waters Rise I wrote about the problems I am facing in regards to my employer paying me during the time I was out. needless to say, things have not been easy this winter....
Let The Waters Rise
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It has been a very tough winter for me. In December I had a ruptured brain aneurysm and stroke. Since any sick days I had previously accumulated were pretty much wiped out by cancer (teachers don't get paid vacation days like you do with many full...
Praying One For Another
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Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much. James 5:16 Since joining CB back in July 2007, I have been moved at times in the manner in which...
Gazing At The Moon
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Early Friday morning, while it was still dark, I was tapping on the keys talking to Kbird who was still up and about. For those of you who don't know, I live in Minnesota, USA and my sister-friend and twin here at CB, Kbird lives in New Zealand....
Tucked Away In Him
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Winter definitely has not loosened it's grip here in Minnesota. Despite the recent warm temperatures, I am still looking out at a very respectable blanket of deep snow. Icicles are hanging down the jagged monster teeth and we haven't seen the...
It's Off To Work I Go!
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This morning, I got in my car and I headed off to work. Now, that might not seem like a big deal to many of you but for me, it was cause of celebration. It was my first day back to work after having had a brain aneurysm rupture and suffering a stroke...
Take No Thought...
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I do not know about you, but I have never met a single individual who has not faced some sort of problem during their lifetime. We all have our "valleys" that we must travel through. Welcome to the human race. During these times of trouble,...
And You Carried Me
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In the second chapter of Mark, there is a precious story about a group of five friends. One of the friends is paralyzed which meant he was extremely limited or even unable to do things for himself. This meant he was at the mercy of others and had no...
Trust In The Lord With All Your Heart
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On the evening of December 11, 2009, my friends Bruce and Donna stood beside my bed in ICU. I would later "re-live" this event as my memory came back and believe that they stood beside me on December 16th. My husband has told me otherwise....
Remember, We Belong To Him!
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I headed off bright and early to see my neurosurgeon this morning. Unfortunately, upon my arrival I learned that he had just called in and would not be coming in due to illness. I would however be seeing his assistant. It was a very strange feeling,...
What A Difference You've Made In My Life
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In the classic movie, It's A Wonderful Life George Bailey (Jimmy Stewart) has the opportunity to see what life would have been like had he never been born. Although George did not realize it, he truly did have an impact not only on his world but...
Mind Your Manners: Some Chatroom Tips and Etiquette
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CB is a wonderful international community of people of all ages from many different backgrounds. Some people have lots of previous experience in cyberspace while others, like myself, had never really been involved in an online community too much prior...
My Song of Praise
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In January, a musical group associated with the college my husband works for does a series of concerts for school children throughout our area. My husband is the sound engineer for these concerts and has worked closely with this particular music...
He Hears Our Every Cry
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A month ago I was in the hospital battling for my life after a brain aneurysm ruptured shortly before midnight on December 10, 2007. I am not a stranger to battling for my life. I have not failed to notice that almost exactly two years before, on...
I Know Whom I Have Believed
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"But I know Whom I have believed, And am persuaded that He is able To keep that which I've committed Unto Him against that day." The words of this old hymn rang through my head today as I thought about what I have dealt with over the...
Hide Me In The Shadow Of Your Wings
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Keep me as the apple of your eye; hide me in the shadow of your wings Psalm 17:8 (NIV) If there was anyone who knew about receiving glorious promises from God and then having to run for their life, it was David. Samuel, as instructed by God himself...
No, Never Alone
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When in affliction's valley I tread the road of care, My Savior helps me carry the cross so heavy to bear; Though all around me is darkness, earthly joys all flown; My Savior whispers His promise, never to leave me alone. No, never alone, no never...
I Don't Need To Understand
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Yesterday, at the age of 33 a young wife and mother who attends my church ended her battle against cancer. She leaves behind a husband and two small children. I will always remember her smile and her joy... even in the midst of the darkness. We'd...
A Debt Forgiven
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While I was still in the hospital recovering from my stroke, my brother stopped by one day to give me an early Christmas gift. He was so happy that I could now recognize him and converse with him again. To tell you the truth, he had wondered if I...
600 Blogs And What A Jouney It Has Been
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As I sit down to write my 600th blog I scarcely know where to begin. You would think that after writing 599 blogs, nearly 2,000 comments plus all the "articles" and comments in the groups I lead and of course conversations in chat that I...
But Do You Trust Him?
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I want to start out this blog by saying that I absolutely believe in the power of prayer. I have seen miraculous healings, not of some stranger on television but of people I have known and loved for years. I saw God move when my own son was born and...