Friday, April 25, 2014 – Teen Audio/Video

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Friday, April 25, 2014 – Audio/Video

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Thirty-Six Ways To Improve Your Daily Devotion

Thirty-Six Ways To Improve Your Daily Devotion

There is no question about the importance and value a daily time spent with the Lord in prayer and the study of his word. I believe this is one of the most critical keys to almost every part of life. A daily quiet time is an incredible source of wisdom, strength, encouragement, direction, and onContinue Reading

Why I Follow Christ

Why I Follow Christ

Why I Follow Christ by John Hutchinson I’ve not seen clear statistical evidence that fewer Christians die of cancer than non believers, or that they are immune in greater degree from the diseases that afflict the human race. Some of the kindest most selfless persons I know have had more than their share of badContinue Reading

How Often Should We Pray?

How Often Should We Pray?

What do you think?  Once a day?  Once a day plus before meals?  Once a day plus meals plus emergencies?  Unless you will permit the obvious answer, “much more than we are praying today,” it isn’t an easy question. The Bible addresses this, but it doesn’t give a cut and dry number.  In Romans 12:12,Continue Reading

Thanksgiving

Take a moment and share this with your friends via email and facebook.  Show this at your family Thanksgiving celebration.  Give thanks to the Lord this holiday season! Pastor Noel

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5½ Reasons People Aren’t Generous

Generosity is a hard quality to find these days. Selfishness is the banner that flies over most people’s lives. But it is not supposed to be this way. As believers we should be known by our generosity (John 13:35). Generosity is important because it puts feet to our claims of love and concern. As JohnContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Who Are We Sinning Against?

Who Are We Sinning Against?

After David’s sin with Bathsheba and the cover-up that included more than one lie and the murder of Uriah, Bathsheba’s husband, he made an unusual claim before the Lord: Against you, you only, have I sinned and done what is evil in your sight (Psalm 51:4). Really? Could David not think of anyone else heContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Ten Seconds to a Better Day

Ten Seconds to a Better Day

The importance of spending some extended time with the Lord each day as a part of our abiding with Christ cannot be overestimated. According to God’s word, that time is a key to wisdom, discernment, and joy. But this post is not about that. This post is about a “quiet time” before the “quiet time.”Continue ReadingContinue Reading

Karen Gill

Karen Gill

Newark, OH

I would highly recommend Abide With Him for anyone who, like me, has struggled with consistency & quality in their daily time with the Lord. The guided format helps me to stay focused and on track, which is very helpful for me since I am not a morning person. I particularly appreciate the short daily video, because God often uses it to show me a perspective that deepens my understanding of the Bible passage, or highlights a truth I may have overlooked. I also enjoy writing down my answers to the daily prompts because I can look back & see God’s hand in my life- convicting me, challenging me, encouraging me, and answering my prayers. Thank you to the Abide With Him team for providing this invaluable resource!

Michael Peeler

Michael Peeler

Pastor - Baton Rouge, LA

AWH devotions have been extremely helpful in reinvigorating my daily quiet time. The structure provides a predictable and Biblical framework to enter into God’s presence while allowing personal flexibility without any guilt of not following the plan. The devotions and videos by Noel have shed fresh insight on some familiar passages and have produced numerous moments of personal conviction. I am grateful to receive the AWH devotions (and daily follow-ups). God has used this resource to help me draw closer to Him. I pray it will do the same for you.