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
While It Might Sound Like A Good Idea Maybe It's Not
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Too clean? I heard a gasp go up from some of the people in the room. They must be new teachers/staff members I thought to myself. This is "old news". I was at a meeting on Friday morning and was listening to a presentation made by our school...
They're Coming! They're Coming!
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Today is my last day to prepare for the first day of school. Finally, I have a day with NO meetings and I can concentrate 100% on getting ready. I must confess, I learned a long time ago that while I am not actually ADHD, I do have um... ADHD...
Dear Oceanians or... See, K Does Know How To Share
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Ahem... let's see... Dear Oceanians, I sent summer down to you last week. I hope it arrives soon. I miss it already... well... sort of. Since my air conditioning broke down after my little trip across the midwest, I was eager to get summer boxed...
What Is That In Your Hand?
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I looked down at my hand and I didn't like what I'd been given one bit. Yuck! Cancer! Who wants that! So I did what I've been doing ever since I was a little girl. It is the only thing I know to do in a case like this. I opened up my hand,...
Connecting With Other Chronic Disease Survivors Here At CB
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Have you heard about groups here at CB ? They're just another great way to get connected with other people who have similar interests, live in the same area or even have some of the same issues you have. I own three groups here at CB. Two of them...
The Showy Lady's Slipper: A Lesson From Nature
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Earlier this morning I read a beautiful blog called Grace Led Me Straight To Christianblog written by my friend Savedbyegrace better known to many of us as Gracie In her blog she happens to mention the Georgia State Flower. That got me thinking about...
Stop And Smell The Roses
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As I was reading a blog written by Happy To Be Restored called What Day Is It Again And Where Am I I could not help but agree that generally the good times fly by but the rough times seem to last for an eternity. However, I have discovered something....
Learning To Fly Like An Eagle
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"There he is!" I screamed as my husband was right in the middle of a right turn. I must have scared him to death as he abruptly slammed on the brakes. Apparently he thought I was talking about some semi truck that was about to run through...
We Can Never Catch God By Surprise!
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In a recent blog by B2Y entitled What 40 Years Of Serving The Lord Has Taught Me, he wrote: Faithfulness is not perfection but rather the commitment to never turn our back on God and walk away. Yet, even if we do, He will always be there with open...
His Ways Are Not Our Ways
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As we walk upon the "King's Highway", we must remember that He does the leading and we do the following. It is not the other way around. If we are not careful, we may find ourselves wandering off God's Path and following our own...
Whatever State I Am In...
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The Way of the Cross is not an easy road to follow. We don't have to look far to realize that. Hebrews 11 is often referred to as "The Faith Chapter". It contains examples of people who walked by faith and not by sight. In Hebrews it is...
Love Never Gives Up!
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Twenty-eight years ago today, it really can't be that long ago can it? Twenty-eight years ago, August 22, 1981, I was a young bride. I remember wondering what would lie ahead. What roads would we travel? Looking back I can tell you that although...
In His Time
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Now a man named Lazarus was sick. He was from Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister Martha. This Mary, whose brother Lazarus now lay sick, was the same one who poured perfume on the Lord and wiped his feet with her hair. So the sisters sent word...
Blessed Be The Name Of The Lord
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Then Job arose, and rent his mantle, and shaved his head, and fell down upon the ground, and worshipped. And said, Naked came I out of my mother's womb, and naked shall I return thither: the LORD gave, and the LORD hath taken away; blessed be the...
The Fabric Of Our Lives
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While growing up, I would devour books written by Corrie ten Boom. I remember her making reference to a poem called "The Weaver". The poem was written by B. M. Franklin THE WEAVER My life is just a weaving Between my Lord and me. I cannot...
A Heart Which Is Overflowing With Thanksgiving
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August 20, 2008 is a date which was burned into my memory. That was the last day of my radiation treatments and marked the end of the long road which I had traveled from January 30, 2008 (date of my surgery) to August 20,2008. I was finished with...
An Army Of Love
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In 2002, God provided the opportunity for me to work more closely with the teens in Christian theatre company. These kids were ministering to kids in public schools throughout Minnesota as well as a few other states in the upper midwest. They were...
Walk Like A Duckling!
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Summer is rapidly winding down here in Minnesota. A couple of days ago, we were broiling in 90 plus degree heat. This evening, there is a definite chill in the air. There are rumors we will struggle to get into the '70's this weekend. Of...
Faithful Unto Death
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Last night as the weather cleared out completely, I decided to go for another "test drive". I can see my friends here rolling their eyes and saying to themselves, "There she goes again." This is true and I’m going to go off...
A New Creation In Christ!
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The other day, a friend had mentioned to me that the "anniversary" of the day they came to Christ was fast approaching. I thought it was nice they new the date because although I vividly remember the day, I have no idea what the date was. I...
Walking In The Midst Of The Fire
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So be truly glad. There is wonderful joy ahead, even though you have to endure many trials for a little while. These trials will show that your faith is genuine. It is being tested as fire tests and purifies gold—though your faith is far more...
The Marks Of The Cross
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Earlier this morning, while reading a blog entitled Speaking Truth In Love--The Legacy Of A True Princess written by Blessings2You, I couldn't help but think of an old Petra song written back in the early '90's by Ronny Cates and John...
You Put This Love In My Heart!
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Lately, as I've been contemplating the love of God, I've thought about the impact it has on us in that it is not only supposed to flow into us but through us and out of us, spilling out into the world around us. 7 Dear friends, let us continue...
When God Walks With You In The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death
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The topic of this blog has been upon my heart the last couple of days. As the owner of the Chronic Disease Survivors group here at CB and someone who ministers to those touched by chronic disease (either their own or that of someone they love), I talk...
When God Opens The Door...
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This week, I found myself facing an open door. When I say "open door" I am talking about when the opportunity to do something you've never done before or go somewhere you've never gone before presents itself. Perhaps you were aware...