K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 48 years, 10 months and 20 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,116 comments.

 My first blog was published on Saturday 4th of August 2007.

 My most recent blog was published on Wednesday 7th of November 2018.

My Blog Archive
A Friendly Shoulder To Cry On
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After spending four days in Indiana with my in-laws, we stopped in Chicago for a couple of days. My husband, son and I needed a little fun time. My son's girlfriend was in Chicago visiting her family so while he visited with them, my husband and I...
Living In The Shelter Of The Most High
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Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty. This I declare about the Lord: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety; he is my God, and I trust him. For he will rescue you from every trap and protect...
The Sacrifice Of Your Child
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A part of me is hesitant to share this as the memory of that dark night and following ones does indeed bring some pain. However, the joy of how God moved in the life of my only child far exceeds any pain. A recent blog regarding the faith of Abraham...
United In Mind And Thought
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"I appeal to you, brothers, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another so that there may be no divisions among you and that you may be perfectly united in mind and thought." 1 Corinthians 1:10 (NIV) I've...
Beams Of Light In The Storm
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Today has been a great day. Some little beams of light are shining upon the storm waves I'm riding right now. I think it's exciting how God can cause positive things to come out of things that normally would be destructive. Today I learned...
In Sickness And In Health... ..
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On Monday morning, I confidently entered the hospital with my husband. I had an 8:00 a.m. appointment with my surgeon at a clinic located in a downtown hospital. Because we lived about 20 miles away and rush hour traffic can be unpredictable, we...
God's Plans
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Plans. Most of us have them. Some of us have very detailed, precise plans complete with time lines. We know exactly what we are going to do and how it is going to be accomplished. We have a "vision" in our head. I'm not one of those...
The Joy Of The Lord Is Your Strength
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As a child I learned a song based on a portion of Nehemiah 8:10 which says "The joy of the Lord is my strength". Over the years I have found that to be so true! In my deepest, darkest moments when I've sought for the joy of the Lord,...
Pressed But Not Crushed
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We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not abandoned; struck down, but not destroyed. 2 Cor. 4: 8-9 (NIV) 2 Corinthians 4 is a passage I have turned to so much over the years. I remember as a...
Teardrops
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This has been a very long week. Last Monday morning, I got the test results back on a routine mammogram and by Thursday I learned that it is highly unlikely that the type of tumor I have is not cancer. It's not impossible, of course. That's...
Being In God's Hand As It Passes Through Cancer?
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This has been a very long week. Right before Thanksgiving, I went in for a routine mammogram. I didn't get the first message (which came on my birthday) because we weren't home. I actually got an email alert that test results could be viewed...
Tales From The Shoemaker's...uh Techie's Wife
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I just finished visiting a friend's blog site. She wrote a great story about trying to install a new printer, keyboard and mouse. It was supposed to be a simple operation but things just seemed to get more and more complicated. She was wondering...
A Little Bird Showed Me....
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When I was very young, my dad was granted 100% disability due to a near-fatal accident he had in the navy when he was only 19. Actually, a death certificate had actually been filled out but that's another story! Complications due to his...
I Am Redeemed
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I Am Redeemed I am redeemed, Christ's blood has set me free, And now He is alive in my life. Upon God's Word I will stand, My soul, it lies in God's hand, I am redeemed by the blood, Of the lamb. Who can separate me, From the love of Jesus...
A Prayer For Our Children
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A Prayer For Our Children A tiny seed is planted, So fragile and so small, Quietly awaiting, A clear but silent call. Waiting to become, Whatever it will be, A miracle is happening, But we don't always see. Lord, open up our eyes, Make us tender...
God Is Bigger!
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This past weekend, I visited a cousin who lives about four hours away from me. Every time I visit her, I am very humbled. I learn so much from her. You see, my cousin, who's six months younger than me, has gone through so much. She was left on her...
The Greatest Commandments
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In my home state, it is against the law to start public schools before Labor Day. Presumably this is due to the state fair and the tourist season up north. Also, we don't get out of school until mid-June. So, I've been really busy this week...
Roles Of Husbands And Wives
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Lately, I've been reading or hearing a lot about the roles of husbands and wives. Frequently, it seems to be men waving their Bibles and pointing to Ephesians chapter 5 and giving a discourse on wives needing to submit to their husbands,...
My Friends Are Your Friends
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I've been reading some wonderful comments on Women of Faith. That along with the fact that I'm about to meet eight women for dinner whome I barely know, has gotten me to thinking about the importance of women to women fellowship. The first...
Don't Ever Say No To God-A Lesson In Pride
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I'm putting this blog under humor because although this incident did teach me a valuable lesson, I also got a glimpse of God's humor. We had a good laugh together. Back in 1980 I was going to a Christian college in the southeastern corner of...
Sing Unto The Lord-Hymns
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One of my earliest memories of attending church was sitting in a church basement singing a children's song called "Running Over" dutifully dong the actions that went along with it. I loved to sing and would do so at the top of my lungs....
Empty Nester
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Today it is official. My husband and I are empty nesters. We've been almost empty nesters for some time. After graduating from high school, our son took a year off from school. After two years of college, the Christian college he was attending...
Take A Deep Breath, Count To Ten And Don't Think The Worst First
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This blog could finds it's place in marriage, family, relationships, etc. so I'm putting it in Christian life. As a teacher, I try to teach my students to take a deep breath and count to 10 before reacting to a situation. This usually helps...
Logging Into Forums and Posting Comments Problem
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Over the past couple of days, I've noticed that if I try to go on the forums I get a request for my username and password. When I enter the info I keep getting an invalid message. However, I have no trouble like this when logging into my account...
Lessons From The Animal Kingdom
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In January of 2004, I had to put my nearly 18 year-old cat Philo to sleep. Yes, that really was his name; my husband majored in Greek and likes unusual names. Within a couple of weeks, I decided that I really wanted another cat so my son and I headed...