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
Doing Life Together As We Do Life With God!
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My pastor uses a phrase I like so much that I've adopted it myself. "Doing life with each other as we do life with God!" I like that. I really do. I believe God likes it as well because you see, God is all about relationships. He wants...
Lead Me To Calvary
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This morning, the words to a hymn have been circling around in my head. It is called Lead Me To Calvary. King of my life, I crown Thee now, Thine shall the glory be; Lest I forget Thy thorn crowned brow, Lead me to Calvary. Chorus ...
We Are In A Battle
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My friends here at CB know that I am a who likes to keep my sword (and my pink boxing gloves ) handy. I've fought many a "duel" with a few of them all in good fun of course. So, they should not be surprised to see me writing a blog about...
Throwing Down Your Defenses Before God
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This time last year, I was systematically having my immune system broken down. Let me assure, it is no fun. Your first instinct is to try to do what you can to stay healthy and strong. Friends don't help. Everyone wanted to give me some sort of...
An Insider's Look At Public Education In America Today
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A voice crackled over the intercom this morning. "This is a code red..." My heart stopped for a moment as I jumped into action. As I headed toward the door, twenty-three second graders went into action. "drill". I flipped off the...
A Heart Overflowing With Thanksgiving
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One advantage of blogging about my breast cancer diagnosis in December 2007 as well as my journey through treatment is that it is fairly easy to go back and reflect upon the road I traveled. While I've written about my experiences and observations...
The True Battlefield Of Faith
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Over the past year, a lot of people watched me battle breast cancer. They would usually end up saying something like "You have so much faith!" or "You're so brave!" While I appreciate their kind remarks, I can't help but...
Living Life Tucked In Beside God
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The wind suddenly picked up around me as I stood beside my husband next to the tour bus. As college students started getting on board they asked if he was riding back with them. "No," he said with a smile "I thought I'd ride back...
Take My Life And Let It Be
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Take My Life And Let It Be 1. Take my life and let it be, Consecrated, Lord, to Thee; Take my hands and let them move, At the impulse of Thy love. 2. Take my feet and let them be, Swift and beautiful for Thee; Take my voice and let me sing, Always,...
He Is Stronger And Lord Of All
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Yesterday, as I was reading Alight's blog The Road To The Cross yesterday, a couple of songs went through my mind. The first song, which I made reference to in my comment was You Are My King. The second song was Stronger. The lyrics are: There is...
Never Let "It" Win, Regardless Of What "It" Is
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A powerful weapon the enemy tries to use on us is something called "It". "It" comes in all sorts of different sizes, shapes and colors. Although "It" prefers to wear camouflage, "It" does have access to an...
Are The Flowers Still Blooming?
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I pay attention to the weather. That's not the least bit unusual in my part of the country. I live in the land of extremes and not being prepared can cause people to lose their lives. Every winter there are stories of people freezing to death,...
I Want To Bring Profit To Others
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Profit: intransitive verb 1 : to be of service or advantage : avail transitive verb : to be of service to : benefit Onesiphorus is mentioned by Paul twice in the Bible. His name means profit-bringer . Both referrals occur in 2 Timothy near the end of...
With A Little Help From My Friends
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I've been thinking a lot about the story of the paralyzed man which is found in the second story of Mark. Jesus had come back to Capernaum and the word spread quickly that he was back in town. Of course, everyone had to go see him and that's...
Opening Up My Hands In Relinquishment
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While going through some old files, I came across a poem I wrote back in 2003. It's funny, I can't even remember what I was going through at the moment but I do recall writing this after being on my knees and with tear-filled eyes unclenching...
Daring To Hope For Spring
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"Forty-five. (boom) Forty-five. (boom) Forty-five. (boom) Forty-five. (boom) Forty-five. (boom)" ...yes, I am chanting this right now as I'm watching the sky gradually getting lighter. That's the projected high today and it is not...
Our God Is Our Comfort
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Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God. 2...
In The Midst Of The Storm
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It had been a great day. Tiring, but very exciting. Jesus had preached to a record crowd. The crowd was so large he had to step out into a boat and go out into the lake. Of course, actually being out on the water would also enable people to hear much...
The Lessons Cancer Has Taught Me This Year
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One of the comments I first heard after my diagnosis of breast cancer was "Cancer is the gift you never wanted." While it may seem strange to refer to it as a "gift", there are some valuable lessons it can teach you and change your...
All To Jesus I Surrender
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There is a hymn I dearly love called "I Surrender All". The lyrics are: All to Jesus, I surrender; All to Him I freely give; I will ever love and trust Him, In His presence daily live. I surrender all, I surrender all, All to Thee, my...
Flowers As Fresh And Beautiful As The Day I Got Them...29 Years Ago
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Last night, we got together with some friends we have known for 24 years. We've all been married about the same length of time. We're fairly close in age and we have faced some similar "battles" over the years. The evening was filled...
We Must Always Heed Storm Warnings!
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It's been a beautiful day up here in the "Icebox of the Nation". The temps rose into the low 40's under a cloudless blue sky. Water raced down the streets as snow melted and grass appeared, except for the giant snowbank in my front...
But I Tried So Hard...
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You feel the inspiration of the Holy Spirit upon you as you write that blog, preach that message, teach that lesson, sing that song or work on any other project God has laid upon your heart. You've sought God about it. You feel the passion and you...
This Crazy Little Thing Called Love
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Behold, the eye of the LORD is upon them that fear him, upon them that hope in his mercy; Psalm 33:18 I don't know about you but whenever I consider these words, I am completely blown away. God, the Creator of the Universe, The Almighty One has...
Trusting In God For Everything
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God certainly is not a vending machine! While I am not a proponent of what my husband calls the "Blab-It-And-Grab-It" mentality, I do believe that often times God is standing by with his hands open and ready to meet our need but we don't...