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
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...
But I Was Only Sleeping For A Moment
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Whew! Rebuilding white blood cells is exhausting work. Especially when you have some nasty little drug that feels like it is walking around your bone marrow carrying little whips trying to speed up production. Ouch! However, the enemy is lurking out...
The Gift Of Friendship
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First, I'd like to thank all of the kind brothers and sisters at ChristianBlog.com for their wonderful words of encouragement and their prayers as I've been going through cancer treatment. I got back from my second chemo treatment just a...
Musings On A "Chemo" Morning
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It has begun. As I face my second round of chemo in three hours, I am staring at the long strands of hair which fell out of my head. It started late afternoon with a couple here and there. I'd been watching for it as I knew it was going to happen....
The Lord God Almighty Is Mindful Of Us!
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God, the Lord God Almighty, ruler of heaven and earth, creator of all things, all-powerful, all-knowing, ever-present, the one and only glorious God who is above all others is mindful of...us. This idea always completely blows me away. My mind cannot...
What's In A Name?
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A name is a very personal thing. People like to be recognized by their name. People don't like to have their name spelled wrong. My name can be spelled with a C or a K and believe me, since childhood I just don't like it when it is spelled...
Those Who Live A Godly Life In Christ Jesus Will Suffer Persecution
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A popular trend in a lot of churches has been the claim that when you become a Christian you will never have anymore problems in life. You'll prosper financially. You'll get the best job, the prettiest/handsomest spouse and your children will...
The Promise Of Spring
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Spring comes slowly up here in the upper midwest. Some of you have written about warming temperatures and things starting to grow. I've enjoyed that because I'm still looking at snow and ice. It reminds me that spring is somewhere, even if it...
Precious Teardrops
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I have to admit it...I'm a crier. I can tear up at the drop of a hat. I tear up when I read books, watch emotional movies, hear moving accounts, whatever. The theme can be sad, bitter-sweet, victory in the face of defeat, etc. It doesn't seem...
I Surrender All
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There's a beautiful hymn entitled "I Surrender All". The words of this song challenge me to examine my own life. It is easy to sing about surrendering everything to Jesus. It is another thing to actually do it. Mirriam-Webster's...
Build Up Your Defense!
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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...
Daddy And The Cricket--An Earthly Lesson About Our Heavenly Father
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A three year old girl's scream pierced through the hot summer night. In an instant, her daddy awakened and raced to her bedside. Sobbingly, the child clung to him. She was so afraid! She cried again in terror at the sound of "the...
Are We Responsible For Our Own Actions?
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Lately I've been reading some blogs and comments in regards to whether or not God will issue punishment. I'd like to post the following for consideration. While comments are permitted, if you wish to present an opposing view, please do so on...