K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 6 months and 23 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
God's Grace Is Sufficient For Me
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Please note this is not a recent blog. It was written back in April of 2008 while I was undergoing chemo treatment. I came across this today as I was rummaging around in the CB attic which is something I like to do every once in awhile. May God speak...
I Need A Savior
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With each passing day, I become more aware of my frailities and limitations. I could try to claim that I'm strong enough, brave enough, smart enough, etc. to easily encounter and subdue anything this life throws at me. However, to do so would not...
Point Your Nose To The Sky And Keep On Flying
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It has been a bumpy road over the past couple of weeks. The clouds have been thick and dark. It seems like the winds have blown relentlessly. Oh, there have been occasional breaks in the clouds. Actually, there have been more than a few breaks in the...
$5.00 Faith
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My son told me this story last Friday and I don't think he'd mind me sharing it. Right now he's your typical poor college student just trying to get out of school. His current job is as a floater at a major department store. This means he...
What Are You Giving To Others?
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Back in 1983, after a church service, my husband and I noticed that a young college student seemed extremely upset. We walked up to her and asked her what was wrong. We learned she did not have enough money to pay her car insurance and as she was...
Living Life As A Sin Survivor
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I'd previously shared an analogy between sin and cancer. Once it is removed you are always at risk recurrance. There are things you can do to try to lower the risk but you always need to be aware that it can return without warning even after years...
The Pink Cap--A Lesson In Friendship
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The Pink Cap--A Lesson In Friendship On my first day of high school, I asked God to send me a Christian friend whom I could trust. My inner-city junior high school had been a terrible, dangerous place filled with anger and fear. God answered my prayer...
In The Midst Of The Battle, Don't Drop Your Sword And Shield!
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Paul writes that we need to be strong in the Lord: He furthermore says: Why? The following verse gives us the answer. Paul continues with his analogy of a soldier's armor and weapons. I've never been in the military but I can easily imagine...
Are You Compelled By The Love Of Christ?
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14For Christ's love compels us, because we are convinced that one died for all, and therefore all died. 15And he died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them and was raised again. 2...
Spring Arrives In Minnesota...Finally!
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Today is finally going to be the day! I've had snow continuously in my yard since the end of November. This morning, the snow in my yard has been completely reduced to about an eight inch or so patch. We're supposed to break 60 today so I...
Submission And Love
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Submit yourself to your husband. This can be a big can worms in that all too often only the submission piece is looked at while the love piece is virtually ignored and therein, I believe, lies the problem. I am extremely blessed to be joined to a man...
Love In Action
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My friend Meredith called me about an hour ago. She had just arrived home from Phoenix. She was sorry she hadn't called earlier but her flight had been delayed. Anyways, she had been thinking about me and my husband and was just wondering if she...
Growing Hurts! Comtemplations On Hair Or Lack Of It...
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This blog may seem a bit strange but there is this phenomenon known as "chemo brain". It's not endorsed by the medical profession and it does sound a lot like an aging brain combined with stress. However, it could be true. Cancer...
He Puts A New Song In My Heart And My Mouth
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1I waited patiently for the LORD; (Psalm 40:1a) I have to confess that I often do not feel as if I am waiting patiently for the Lord...and yet I find myself knocking at heaven's door again and again and again. Perhaps, I grow tired and start to...
While I Wasn't Looking
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It takes about 48 hours for the chemo drugs to go through my system and purge out. During that time, my body goes into overdrive trying to rebuild new white blood cells at a rate it was not intended to do. While every one's reaction to this may...
Fulfilling ALL of our Roles
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I've been reading some blogs about the roles of women. However, they also gave me something else to think about. Men also have a role they need to accept with joy also. Perhaps working with inner-city children has given me much too close a view of...
The Spring Bouquet
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My husband came home late from working an event last night. He's the media technician at a college and when they have special events he often has to put on his sound engineer hat. When he came home, I'd already gone upstairs. He told me there...
I Will Fear No Evil
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It is so easy to let fear get ahold of you. We get our eyes of Christ and start to look around us. We begin to look at our circumstances. The enemy suggests all sorts of possibilities which we take to heart. The statistics could be 99.9999999999% in...
Never, Ever Stop Praying!
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"And save Daddy and make him well" I lisped. It was 1963 and I was three years old. I was kneeling next to my bed during bedtime prayers. Although I didn't understand everything I was saying at the moment, early on I came to the...
Do You Dare To Trust God With All Of You?
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A blog written by B2Y regarding attacks by the enemy caused me to remember back to when I was in 7th grade and a group of girls brutally attacked me on the way home from school. My four "friends" continued walking as if nothing was...
Hallelujah, He Is Risen!
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Drifts of snow are everywhere. The sun is struggling to break through the clouds. A cold wind is blowing and there are some flurries in the air. It doesn't "look" like Easter. It looks like a dreary winter morning. However, looks can be...
All I Am Is Yours
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We attended the Good Friday service at our church this evening. It was nice having a combined service as some of the people we know from small groups don't go to the same service we usually attend. This was an added bonus tonight :) It was a...
Reconciliation With God--It Is Too Wonderful!
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Do we truly understand what an amazing thing it is to be reconciled with God? Reconciliation means:to restore to friendship or harmony (Merriam-Webster) We were created to be in friendship and harmony with God. This was the kind of relationship God...
The Light In My Life
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Jesus, you are the light in my life, You give me hope, fill my soul with delight, You drive away all of the remnants of night, You are the light in my life. When I'm alone, You are always there, When sorrow comes my way, I know you'll always...
This Is The Moment I'm Living In
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With everything going on in my life right now, I've had a tendency to get pretty reflective. Last December when I read the words "spiculating mass" pertaining to me not someone else and within moments learned that 85% + of spiculating...