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
God Sent Me A Gift, All The Way From New Zealand!
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This morning, Kbird (really Kiwibird but I call her Kbird and she lets me) and I bumped into each other here at CB. That's not easy to do as we are on the opposite sides of the globe. This time of year, we are 17 hours apart. Someday though, I...
Christ Within Me Enables Me To Do The Impossible
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This morning as I read a blog written by B2Y entitled A Matter Of Mercy . A long time ago, a person who was actually a relative wronged me. What they did isn't so important except for the fact that they also wronged others, their actions were...
But I Feel So Good
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Sunday, December 2, 2007 was really a great day. Although he and I had done something special on my birthday a few days before and had some fun during a busy weekend, he planned a small surprise party with some of the people who call us "mom and...
Those Melancholy Moments
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Melancholy moments. If we're honest, we all have them...at least I know women do. I'm talking about those moments when all is well in your world, you're feeling wonderful and upbeat and suddenly, wham! From out of nowhere it hits. For no...
Standing On The Promises Of God
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Earlier today, I learned that my grandmother's last surviving sister (she had four), passed away at the age of 89. She had recently had a massive stroke so the family knew it probably would not be long until God took her home. I am saddened that I...
Everything That Glitters Is Not Gold
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False prophets and teachers have always plagued God’s people. We first see evidence of this in the garden. The serpent cunningly speaks to Eve, asking her first what God had said and then giving its own interpretation of it. But I am afraid that...
Thank You For Being My Friend
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I just realized I joined CB exactly 22 months ago. As I thought the things which have taken place in my life since that time, I have to tell you I realize how much God has used this place and many people here to minister to me. I view CB as God's...
For Those Tears He Died
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I was digging around in the attic here at CB the other day and I came across a blog I had written on December 9, 2007 called Teardrops . I wrote this blog five days before my biopsy and six days before my diagnosis of invasive ductal carcinoma (breast...
So, Exactly Who Do You Serve?
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In times of distress and grief, in times of uncertainty, in times of pain, who do you serve? When you're walking on stormy seas or pushed into the fire, who do you serve? When your way is blocked by an ocean, when the flood threatens to drown you,...
Who Am I?
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Today from out of nowhere came a backache. Every few years I experience a pain in my hip from a very old injury but this was not that old familiar pain. This was something different. Every cancer survivor knows that any unexpected aches and pains can...
The Real Princess
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There is a story written by Hans Christian Anderson called "The Princess And The Pea". The story is about a prince who wants to marry a real princess. He searches far and wide looking for one. He finds many who claim to be a real princess...
I Am Not A Grasshopper...I'm A Princess!
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The children of Israel had been led to the border of the Promise Land. In preparation to conquer the land, Moses sent twelves spies to check things out. The spies explored the land for 40 days before returning to camp. This was their report to Moses:...
Hands Of Hurting Or Hands Of Healing?
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I got a phone call from my friend Dawn today. Initially, she called to see if I could take a "road trip" to Tennessee with her in June. Her mom just moved down there and she was going to drive a trailer down. Unfortunately, I will be busy...
He Leadeth Me
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As a child, I first remember hearing the hymn, He Leadeth Me. I've learned this hymn was written during the dark days of the American Civil War. The author was contemplating on the words of the twenty-third Psalm, particularly "He leadeth me...
Even In The Midst Of The Darkness, God Is Enough!
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This morning I read a blog posted by B2Y entitled What The Gospel Of Jesus Is And Is Not. I cried and cried during and after watching the video clip and reading the blog. I soon realized my comment would get far too long and needed a blog all of...
No Weapon Formed Against You Shall Prosper
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If you've ever run into me here in the chat room at CB (or if you've just gotten to know me), you're probably aware that I have a fondness for... No, I'm not talking about Dairy Queen or truffles right now! I have a fondness for...for...
Let Us Pray!
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Dear CB Brothers and Sisters, As some of you know, one of our brothers here at CB, Alight, recently received some heartbreaking news about his wife. She has been battling breast cancer and has had spots appear in her bones and on her liver. She is...
A Heart Fixed On God
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My students participate in what is known as "music circle" which combines teaching music skills with learning social skills and appropriate classroom behavior. Each second grade class meets with a music therapist for 45 minutes per week. The...
Daring To Trust God In Everything
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A few days ago, I wrote a blog called When God Says No in which I relate how when I was 16 I laid down my will before God in regards to the life of my dad. A few hours later, God took him home. Yesterday, I related a similar incident with a different...
Create In Me A Clean Heart
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As a new day greets me, I am reminded of just how good it is to be alive! Not alive physically although that is certainly a very good thing to be I'm talking about being alive in Christ! What a blessed thing it is to know that God refused to...
Living By Faith
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As someone who was diagnosed with cancer last year as well as someone who heads up a group for people with chronic illness here at CB, I hear a lot about faith. A lot. I'm going to be very, very frank here. It is hard enough to deal with a chronic...
All Because Of A Loaf Of Bread-A Story Of Forgiveness
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The following is based on a true story my mother has told countless children over the years as she taught them about our Heavenly Father who loves and forgives us of our sins. My mother came from a large family of eight children. They'd lost their...
When God Says No...
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I want to let anyone reading this blog know beforehand that it deals with disease and death. I realize this may be a sensitive and/or uncomfortable topic for some which is why I want to let people know about the subject matter in advance. I slipped...
K's Class Mural
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There is nothing profound or "spiritual" about this blog. It is pure fluff and if you have never become acquainted with me through my blogs or chat, this you may have little interest in this blog. On the other hand this might spark your...
I Believe, I Hope, I Am A Survivor
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A little over a year ago I wrote a blog called Living Life As A Sin Survivor in which I expounded on an earlier analogy I'd made between sin and cancer. (See Cancer An Object Lesson On Sin) Yesterday I walked at the Minnesota Race For The Cure....