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
Just Checking In
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My husband has made it a habit of checking in to Facebook when he goes to church. No, no, no! I don't mean he is checking out FB during the sermon. I mean that before the service he "checks-in" letting friends know, "This is where I...
Nine Years Later
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I shall never forget the morning of December 3, 2007. Never. I was home alone, about to leave for work when I decided that I had enough time to check my email. I clicked on a message (that I later found out had been sent in error) and my entire world...
The Important Unimportant Things
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"Do we have some hot cocoa mix?" I turned and looked at my husband who was standing in the doorway. It was a cold and somewhat blustery night and the idea of a nice cup of hot chocolate sounded rather appealing. "Yes, we do."...
With A Thankful Heart
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Since October 18th my attention has been focused 100% on the little guy pictured on the right: A few days before he was born, my son called to tell me that his wife was in crisis. We knew that she had developed preeclampsia which is life-threatening...
The Power Source
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Early this morning I was awakened by a weather alert going off on my phone and informing me there was a winter weather advisory out until tomorrow. I turned if off, looked out at the gray sky and bare trees, shivered and decided that since I'd...
What Would You Have God Do?
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A blog I read today by@watchmanjohn entitledScars On Our HeartNot Healed, caused me to reflect upon some accounts of healing I read about this morning in Luke. On more than one occasion, Jesus specifically asks the person what they want. This is...
Remaining In God's Presence
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And the Lord spake unto Moses face to face, as a man speaketh unto his friend. And he turned again into the camp: but his servant Joshua, the son of Nun, a young man, departed not out of the tabernacle. Exodus 33:11 This morning, at a womens'...
Just Like I Always Have
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Over the past two weeks as I stood next to my tiny grandson in NICU and gazed into his eyes, I remembered another baby, another little boy so long ago and yet it seems like yesterday. A baby that I cuddled and rocked as I softly sang him lullabies and...
When I Go Home
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Due to complications which endangered the lives of both mother and child, my grandson Isaac arrived two weeks ago... nine weeks early. Fortunately, my daughter-in-law had already been hospitalized almost a week earlier when her blood pressure had...
No Room At The Inn
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The nurse poked her head into the room where my mother and I were sitting next to my grandson who has been in NICU since he was born nine weeks early this past Tuesday. She had been trying to reach my son but had been unable to do so. There was a room...
A Chance Encounter?
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It had been a very long couple of days. Actually, make that a very long week. Last Thursday, I got a call from my son that his wife was being admitted to the hospital due to complications from preeclampsia. Since there is no cure for preeclampsia...
Ignore The Comments
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Jairus, a leader of a synagogue came to Jesus in desperation. His daughter was ill to the point of death. He begged Jesus to come with him, lay His hands on her so that she could live. Jesus responds by going immediately. In the interim, however, it...
No Excuses...Just Follow
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I started reading the Gospel of Mark this morning and one of the things that struck me was what happened when Jesus encounter Levi the Tax Collector who is better known as Matthew, one of the 12 disciples of Jesus and the author of the four Gospels....
Waiting With Great Expectation
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But I will hope continually, And will praise You yet more and more. Psalm 71:14 (NKJV) In the Greek myth, Pandora's Box, Pandora allows her curiosity to get the best of her and opens the beautiful box she had been told to notopen, releasing all of...
Nothing Means Nothing
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There is an old saying which says, "When it rains, it pours." but sometimes we are facing much more than a sudden cloudburst. We find ourselves out on the high seas, caught in a deluge which we are certain rivals Noah's, desperately...
Spinning Round And Round
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While writing a blog this morning, I paused for a few moments to searching for the right words. As I turned my head slightly, a movement behind me attracted my attention. In the corner of the room was a box which I had opened rather hurriedly the day...
But...Have I Told You Why I Love You?
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Over the past few weeks, my pastor has been doing a sermon series on family. I think it is important to not only share with people how to come to Christ but we must also show them how to grow spiritually as well as emotionally and that includes...
The Garage Sale
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This morning, while attending a women's group at my church, one woman shared this story: Earlier this summer she had cleaned out her cupboards and closets and she decided to have a garage sale before the summer was over. As the time drew near, she...
But I Did What God Said!
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In Matthew 14, immediately after the miracle of the feeding of the 5,000 men as well as, in all probability, numerous women and children as well, Jesus commands His disciples to take the boat and head for the other side of the Sea of Galilee.(v. 22)...
The Missing Link
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Several times a year, my husband and I host a small group on finances and stewardship in our home which is sponsored by our church. Earlier today, I needed to send out an email to our group which in addition to other information was also supposed to...
Give Me Eyes To See And Wisdom To Do
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Over the past year or so, my attention is drawn to how blindly we go through life, oblivous to the needs around us. When we do become aware of them, we often say and do things that are thoughtless and than plead ignorance if our thoughtlessness is...
Good To Know You're There!
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With our first cry, we find sudden comfort in hearing the voice of our mother and feeling her arms around us as well as the familiar beating of her heart. Suddenly the confusion around us does not matter for we discover we are not alone. Separation....
Build Up Your Defenses!
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Nehemiah was extremely troubled. Although the temple had been rebuilt years earlier by the returning Jews, the walls of Jerusalem still lay in ruins. In ancient times, having a strong wall with strong gates was crucial. The purpose of the wall was to...
Let It Go!
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I have a confession to make. Actually, this is no secret to those who know me well. When I am faced with a dilema, I have a tendency to seize it and lock on to it like a pit bull, shaking it about until I have conquered it or sometimes until it has...
But God Didn't...!
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Over the past few years, God has called my husband and I to minister to people who are in financial crisis. We cringe at the mistakes we have made over the years but are thankful that God has used those mistakes to teach us some very valuable lessons...