K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 6 months and 22 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,151 comments.

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

 My most recent blog was published on Tuesday 12th of February 2019.

My Blog Archive
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...
Keep Your Eyes On Your Goal...Even In the Slough of Despond!
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A book which has had a profound impact on my life is The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan. This allegory begun during his first imprisonment was published in 1678. Why was he in prison? For preaching the gospel in England. Ironically, The...
Thanks For Doing Life With Me!
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Two years ago today, God brought me to this place and I have to say, it has been an amazing experience. The day my son suggested that I blog, I laughed at him. Blog? Me? Ha! I thought that was funny at the time. The blog I am writing today will be...
This Is Why We Give....
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I was reminded today of why myself and others are here at CB and why we give. While the purpose of this site is blogging and I most certainly use it as a blogging site, it has gone far beyond and above that for a growing number of us. It has become a...
Loving Within The Body of Christ---An Update On Shani's Sister
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Many of you are acquainted with Shani from Australia. Last night while she was in chat, she learned that her little sister Jodie was being rushed to the hospital. As Shani left, prayers started to go up in the chatroom and I also posted a prayer...
My Strength And My Shield
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Even though we are redeemed, we still walk in a world which is a dark and dangerous place. Far too many of us were told that once we laid our burden of sin at the foot of the cross, we would never have trouble again. Nothing could be further from the...
At The End of The Day...
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It is 2:04 a.m. My sleep schedule was so messed up last year due to chemo and other stuff that I'm still sort of messed up. I crashed unexpectedly this afternoon so I'm still awake...for a bit longer anyway. A few hours ago, I got a pm from a...
Oh How God Loves Us!
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Today I read that God does NOT want a personal relationship with us. Oh how my heart ached... how painful it must be to believe that God is not interested in every minute detail in our lives. How painful it must be to believe that He is a cold and...
He Heals The Broken Hearted Sometimes One Step At A Time.
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He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. Psalm 147: 3 Our churches are filled with men and women who were assured that once they came to Calvary, they would never suffer again, ever. They come to church wearing masks, wondering what on...
There Are No Second Class Citizens In The Kingdom of Heaven
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second-class: mediocre; also : socially, politically, or economically deprived mediocre:of moderate or low quality, value, ability, or performance : ordinary, so-so --Merriam-Webster In the Garden of Eden, the enemy sought to create division. Division...
But It's Not My Job!
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I was suddenly aware that my husband was no longer paying attention to whatever it was I was talking about. His attention was fixed on something at the back of the restaurant. Do you know what I just saw?" he asked. I shook my head I had no idea....
I Wanna Shine For You!
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A song we often sing at my church says: I wanna Shine for You and be a light to this world and let the whole world know that You are King. I wanna live life like You did I wanna be just like You I wanna be right where You are How can I be closer to...
Hanging Out With The Pigs Or Hanging Out At The Castle?
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The father's heart broke in two. He could not believe what his son had just said to him. His precious son, whom he loved so much, wished that he were dead... To a father living in Palestine during the time of Christ, that's what it meant when...
Make My Life A Prayer To You
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When the world looks at me, who do they see? Do they see me or do they see Christ? Who should they see? I have to admit that far too often they see me. I can make all sorts of excuses. I can say Well, I’m only human. You can’t expect me to...