Quiet Time

A quiet time is an intimate, face-to-face, heart-to-heart connection with God through His Son, Jesus Christ. It’s the time when you actually build your relationship with Jesus. Specifically, it is a time for you to get up every day and read the Bible and pray and get closer to Him. A lot of people say to think to themselves: “I prayed a prayer, but

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Letters From Our Listeners–June 2014

Some encouraging letters we received in June from our listeners around the world: Location: Africa Comments: Keep it up guys, your radio station is the best, always brings me close to the Almighty. I am afraid I will get fired at work because I am always tuned in! Thank you for the best channel. Location: United States Comments: I am a reading specialist at

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The Root of Bitterness

The enemy of our souls has a very specific strategy to destroy relationships. Whether these relationships are in business, marriage or friendships, the strategy is the same. A conflict arises, judgments are made, and feelings are hurt. What happens next is the defining point of whether the enemy gains a foothold, or the grace of God covers the wrong. When a root of bitterness

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Hold Firm

I pulled out of my driveway heading for my mom’s house and noticed a katydid on my windshield. This is rare for the area I live in since it is more city than farm or wooded area. For those of you who do not know what a katydid is, it is similar to a grasshopper. It is green but has a flat body whereas

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Created for His Pleasure

Eric Liddell was an Olympic runner from Britain who won a gold medal in the 1924 Paris Olympics. He was a man who had a deep commitment to the Lord and had future plans of being a missionary. In the meantime, he knew God had given him a special gift to run, and he often said, “I feel God’s pleasure when I run.” He

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When God Says No

I have two children whom I love dearly. I would do almost anything for them. I know in my heart that if needed I would lay my life on the line to protect them.  Yet over the years, there have been numerous times that I have said no to their requests. In most of those cases, they were asking for something that I knew

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Letters From Our Listeners—May 2014

We receive emails from our listeners around the world every month and they are so encouraging and humbling to us. We’d like to share some of those with you: Location: Philippines Comments: My wife and I continue to be blessed daily with AllWorship.com’s wonderful praise and worship and contemporary Christian music as we serve as missionaries. Your music helps sustain, strengthen and encourage us

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The End of the Rope

Have you ever heard the story of the man who slipped off the edge of a cliff and was desperately hanging on to a rope to keep from falling? The man screamed at the top of his voice, “Is there anyone there who can help me?” A calm, reassuring voice answered back, “It is the Lord.  Let go of the rope.” The man thought

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Unforgiveness is a Roadblock

Most people do not realize it, but unforgiveness can do a number on your health and eventually kill you graveyard dead. You could not pay me to hold unforgiveness in my heart against another person. There is no amount of money that can entice me to do that. I learned long ago to forgive and forget. Vengeance belongs to the Lord, and He will

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A Holding Pattern

If you’re a seasoned air traveler, chances are you’re familiar with the term “holding pattern.” That’s when your plane is unable to land because of unfavorable ground conditions. Generally, the pilot announces that he’s been told to maintain a holding pattern, pending an update from the control tower. It happens regularly, so planes have to carry enough fuel to stay airborne until they can

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