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
My Cup Runneth Over!
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This blog was written on 2/12/08. It was written 13 days after my lumpectomy and 17 days before I had my first chemo infusion. Since I do mention a tumor in this blog as well as upcoming chemotherapy, I wanted to post this message so that anyone...
The $2.00 Bill--A Lesson In Giving
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The grizzled-looking elderly man slowly and painfully shuffled up to my future husband and I. In his hand was a wadded-up $2.00 bill. He held it out to my husband. "You have blessed me" he said, "I want to bless you." It was 1980....
Do All In The Name of The Lord Jesus
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I've been reading the book of Colossians. Today I was reading the third chapter which gives guidelines for holy living. While the entire chapter is excellent (of course), verse 17 really jumped out at me: I started really thinking about this. What...
The Chocolate Pot And The Gift Of Friendship
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Right after Christmas, my husband and I received an invitation to a "Twelve Days Of Christmas Party". I'd never heard of that but we learned that a couple we met last summer does this every year. They invite family, neighbors, co-workers...
Who Are You Surrounded By?
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The king of Syria had a big problem. He would meet with his counselors and carefully plan out his attack against Israel. Now the king of Aram was at war with Israel. After conferring with his officers, he said, "I will set up my camp in such and...
Great Is The Faithfulness Of The Lord!
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Since I'm still recovering from surgery and my physical activity is still somewhat limited (yes, my husband is still waiting on me hand and foot) I've been spending a lot more time on my computer. I've been frequenting some of the various...
Never Forget...The Greatest Of These Is Love
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Something has been lying heavy upon my heart lately as I've been reading various blogs. Especially today. It is so easy to misconstrue what a person has written. You can't hear the tone of their voice, you don't see the expression on their...
When I Am Weak, Then I Am Strong!
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I awoke this morning thinking about Gideon of all people. The children of Israel had turned from God and they were now suffering the consequences. The Midianites would descend upon them like locust and leave the people with nothing. I remember reading...
For You Alone, Oh Lord, Will Keep Me Safe
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Today was the closest thing to a normal day I've had in the past week. With the return to a bit more normal life, the cares...and fears of this life begin to try to settle down upon me again. As I prepare for post-surgery appointments, treatment...
Let God Do The Talking...
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Far too often, we hurt each other. Often, it's not intentional. Sometimes, however, it is done maliciously. So much damage has been done because brothers and sisters in Christ get their feelings hurt, hold grudges or just don't get along in...
Safe And Secure In God's Hand
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Earlier this evening, our friends Lynn and Dave stopped by to see how I was feeling after my surgery this past week. Although they go to the Saturday evening service, and my husband and I usually go to the late Sunday morning service, we met last...
Just Some Things To Think About Concerning Tithing
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It seems as if tithing is a pretty hot topic at ChristianBlog.com This is why this blog is not open for comments. I don't want to open up a can of worms, however as I have been reading the comments of others on tithing a few things have bothered...
To All of the Awesome Brothers and Sisters In Christ!
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Dear Brothers and Sisters In Christ, I'm heading in for surgery this morning. I just wanted to take the time to thank all of you for the support I've received from you during this time of uncertainty. Some of you have directly given me...
Whose Pie Is It? Some Food For Thought...
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A couple of weeks ago, I saw a video clip at church that made me stop and think just a bit more. At the beginning of the clip, a man is opening a box which contains a pie. There's something written on the box but gets opened up so fast, you...
Feeling The Embrace Of God Through The Body Of Christ
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Tonight was "Chick Night" at my church. Once a month, about 200-300 women gather together at church and "take over". Once, Sara Groves came as a speaker and we were packed out with over 700 women. I always look forward to this...
The Siberian Express...Looks Can Be Deceiving
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I live on the northeastern edge of the great plains. That means we getting pretty extreme weather at times. Although summer time temperatures seldom top 100 degrees Fahrenheit they are usually very humid as we're also a region of lakes (10,000...
How Can I Keep From Singing
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One of the ways God ministers to me is through lyrics. Unlike other members of my family:) I pay much more attention to the lyrics than I do to the music itself. During tough times I have a tendency to latch unto a particular song which becomes my...
Acceptance With Joy
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I've been thinking a great deal about acceptance with joy. I first heard this phrase many years ago when I read "Hinds Feet In High Places" which is an allegory written by Hannah Hurnard. In the story, a character named Much-Afraid very...
Following Jesus...No Matter What!
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One of my favorite stories in the Bible is found in the third chapter of Daniel. King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon made a golden image that was 90 feet tall and nine feet wide. After setting it up, a decree was sent out. When the music played, everyone...
You Can Run But You Can't Hide!
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I love reading Psalm 139. I'm not going to quote it all, but here is a some of it: Lord, thou hast searched me, and known me. Thou knowest my downsitting and mine uprising, thou understandest my thought afar off. Thou compassest my path and my...
Living In A Construction Zone
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The church we have been attending for a little year own the warehouse where we meet. Recently the leases expired for a couple of major tenants (Wal-Mart and the local newspaper). We didn't renew the leases because we're growing and need the...
Are You Surviving Or Thriving?
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I'd shared with my son the American Cancer Society's definition of who is a cancer survivor. They say that once you are diagnosed with cancer you become a survivor because you go into survivor mode. This is an important state of mind to be in....
A Conqueror And Something More!
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I set up a care page for myself yesterday. I decided it was an easy way to let people know what was going on without having to make a zillion phone calls all the time. While good news is always easy to relay, sharing news which makes people feel sad...
The God Who Provides (Without Fail)
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During this time of year, my mind goes back to Christmas' past. Usually it goes back to December 1988. When it does so, I am reminded of God's love and provision. I also have a vivid reminder that God can take catastrophe and turn it into...
A New Year's Resolution For Women
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As women, we often hear this message. It's a message that bears playing over and over again. For women who are not diligent in doing this, I want to challenge you to make a new year's resolution that may very well save your life. I think I...