Author Archives: Rick Reynolds

About Rick Reynolds

You'll find me in the far right hand corner of evangelical Christianity. I defy more categorization than that. Been studying the Word for 40 years and counting.

Calling the Romans–Romans 1:1-7

In one signature run-on sentence, we have all we need to know about the gospel of God. It’s Paul’s preamble to his magnificent letter to his beloved saints in Rome. These were the “called of Jesus Christ.” Nothing here indicates … Continue reading

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Bold Obedient Faith–Romans 1:8-15

Bold obedient faith cannot be contained. First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all, because your faith is being proclaimed throughout the whole world. Romans 1:8 It’s admired abroad, and serves as inspiration to other believers. Yet it draws … Continue reading

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Hanging on Every Word—Psalm 34

If there ever was a passage of scripture you’d want to memorize it’d be Psalm 34. Every phrase is quotable and framable. It tells us how to get our praise on. Constantly. Vocally. Boastfully. It tells us what to do … Continue reading

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Boiling Down Hebrews 11:1-28

Abel was righteous in his worship of God. Enoch was consistent in his walk with God. Noah was reverant in his work for God. Abraham obeyed the will of God. Sarah was faithful waiting for God. Moses chose the way … Continue reading

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Credit Card

There’s much in life that we obtain on credit. A college degree, a house, a car. etc. Having these things brings premature success, status, security, stability, and mobility. God has his own form of credit, and it’s called “faith.” By … Continue reading

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Giving God’s Way–2 Corinthians 8

Here we have a poor church, but not in grace, and a rich church. The poor church was so sold out to the Lord that they gave liberally out of their poverty. Above and beyond. They begged for the chance … Continue reading

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The Right Thing to Do–1 Samuel 25:2-44

This is a story about a strong and resourceful woman. This is a tale of a foolish and worthless man. And this is about a wise young man who’d soon be king. But underneath, it’s a study on what discernment … Continue reading

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