K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 9 months and 22 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
God Fills My Heart With Laughter
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The young actress paced nervously backstage as the play began. Comedies could be so tricky. If the audience didn't laugh at the right moments, especially in the beginning, everything would go downhill from there. What if this was a tough audience?...
What If I Am The Fleece?
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I finally got my hands on the book my husband just finished, "Surprise Me." He'd been carrying it around with him, was going to get it for me and so on but life gets busy and we haven't been seeing much of each other. He's been...
God Has Got You Covered
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Like an open book, you watched me grow from conception to birth; all the stages of my life were spread out before you, The days of my life all prepared before I'd even lived one day. --The Message Psalm 139:16 I believe God is omniscient,...
There Is Victory In Trials
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This past week, my principal went on a medical leave. She was diagnosed as being in the early stages of breast cancer late last summer. Thankfully, it was caught early and chemo was not required, only surgery and ... radiation. She had orginally...
All Things Are In His Time
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Patience is a virtue and I am afraid I have never practiced it very well. I am a let's-do-it-now sort of person. Thankfully, my beloved husband is not quite as impulsive. He has his moments of course but nothing like mine. If he were more like me...
And You Prayed For Me...
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Over the past couple of weeks, I've witnessed something which always astounds and thrills me. I've watched people from around the world come together here in cyberspace and pray. Does God move through cyberspace? Absolutely! He moves through...
He Hears My Every Cry
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It has started once again, the all too familiar surges of adrenaline which I first began to experience after my second chemo infusion. In my case I become hyper and start to pace about, talk louder than normal, laugh louder and pace about as I fight...
All Praise Belongs To You!
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This morning I awakened with the words of a song we often sing at church running through my mind over and over again. Be Glorified Praise belongs to You Let every kingdom bow Let every ocean roar Let every heart adore You now Praise belongs to You...
When Things Don't Turn Out The Way You Planned
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I stared out the window this morning and sighed. It was raining. It was not the sort of rain that pours for a few minutes before the sun comes out again. This was the type of rain which meant business. This was serious rain and it was here to stay....
What If You're The Surprise?
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A comment made by Metamorphosis, in a blog I wrote recently called I Want To Be God's Surprise made me think about how we often may not realize we are "God's Surprise". To tell you the truth, I think we are often oblivious when God...
Lead Me To The Foot Of The Cross
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I used to be a parent volunteer with a group of Christian teens who traveled across the upper Midwest performing in public schools as well as in private schools, churches, youth retreats/camps, etc. I watched God do some amazing things with these...
Let Us Pray One For Another
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As I have been praying for my good friend B2Y and his wife Blest in regards to his heart procedure tomorrow, I am reminded once again of the importance of lifting up one another in prayer. You see, I believe there is far more to prayer than simply...
Keep Your Eyes On Me!
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It was a cold December day in downtown Minneapolis. The historic State Theater was crammed full of children from schools from about a 75 mile radius. We had come to see the Nutcracker Suite. Most of my students live in families which are at or below...
I Want To Be God's Surprise!
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This past month, the sermon series at my church has been Surprise Me, God. Previously, my pastor had read a book by Terry Esau called "Surprise Me". Actually, it is a 30 day journal of what happens when a man actively invited God to invade...
Daring To Stand Against Evil
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Yesterday, when I wrote about my experience of slipping behind the iron curtain for a few hours back in 1977, a lot of memories were triggered in my head. During that same trip, I visited the Anne Frank House. Although I had read the Diary of Anne...
Giver Of Every Breath I Breathe
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This evening I went to the Saturday service at my church. As we began to sing "All Because Of Jesus" by Steve Fee, my mind slipped to back to about a year and a half ago when I was in the sanctuary barely able to stand, singing that song. My...
Surrounded By The Fortress Of God
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Today was a dreary, rainy, cold and windy day. A blustery day! I was reluctant to leave my warm house this morning but I needed to drive about 20 miles to where my husband was working. Sigh. I slipped into my car and shivered for a moment. I still...
Even In Times Like These, We Need Not Be Afraid
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In the spring of 1977, I was a wide-eyed 16 year old who was in Berlin with a group of language students from Minnesota. Those who know my love of wandering and exploring can well imagine what this must have been like for me. I wandered about the city...
Joy Cometh In The Morning
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Despite it's beauty, fall is a very difficult time of the year for me. I have a tendency to associate it with death and for good reason. The most obvious is due to what is happening in nature. For those not familiar with the geography and climate...
Who Has The Hand That Feeds You?
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Today, as my class watch the K-9 presentation at my school, I learned something about police dogs which I had never known before. They don't eat from a bowl. Oh, they start out eating from a bowl as a puppy but as they move on into training, that...
You Know That Flaw You Have?
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Today the second graders at my school had a special guest. Her nickname is Go-Go and she is a yellow lab. She is also a "bomb dog" with a K-9 unit. Go-Go did not start out life as a bomb dog. She was supposed to be a seeing eye dog. Her...
Where He Leads I'll Follow
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A hymn which stretches all the way back to my childhood as been running through my mind this evening. It is called "Where He Leads I'll Follow". Sweet are the promises, kind is the word, Dearer far than any message man ever heard; Pure...
Who Are You Listening Too?
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Earlier this week, I was fussing at a friend about something someone had said to me. Didn't that person know that God had.... I found myself stopping mid-sentence as something smacked me in the face. You see, I realized I was listening to the...
Let Our Praises To God Ring!
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We all have those days, weeks, months and dare I say it, even years sometimes when we really feel like life is a battle. Often just as we think we've reached the peak we find ourselves slipping and sliding down to the bottom of the hill again....
Loving Jesus, No Matter What
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If ever I loved thee, my Jesus 'tis now. The words of this beautiful hymn have been replaying themselves in my head over and over again this evening. Am I willing to lay aside my own wants and desires? Am I willing to truly give it all to Him no...