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107.1 KSLT Devotional Corner


The staff of 107.1 KSLT comes together to share moments of reflection, faith, and inspiration during our devotional meetings every Friday. These gatherings are a cherished part of our Christian radio community, providing us with the opportunity to connect with God and one another.

We are excited to extend this experience to our online family through our Devotional Corner. Here, you’ll find our staff devotionals filled with thoughtful reflections and Scripture readings. Our devotionals are here to inspire and uplift you anytime, anywhere.

We hope these devotionals will bring peace, encouragement, and spiritual growth to your life. Explore, reflect, and share the love and wisdom found within.

Blessings from 107.1 KSLT

The Dandelion Effect (shared May 29)

We explored the concept of the Dandelion Effect, drawing parallels from the Bible story in Judges 14 about Samson’s riddle: “Out of the eater came something to eat, and out of the strong came something sweet.” This story reminds us that God can bring sweetness out of the darkest and most challenging situations.

In our lives, dandelions often symbolize those pesky, unwanted weeds that disrupt our peace and joy. However, just as God transformed the lion’s carcass into a source of honey for Samson, He can turn our troubles into blessings. The dandelion, while commonly seen as a nuisance, is actually packed with nutrients and offers numerous medicinal benefits, particularly for the digestive system and liver. This illustrates how God can repurpose what seems negative into something beneficial.

Isaiah 61 highlights this divine trait of transformation: ashes are turned into beauty, mourning into joy, and despair into praise. It’s a powerful reminder that God specializes in turning our sorrows into blessings. So, as we face the “dandelions” in our lives, let’s trust in God’s ability to uproot the weeds and reveal the hidden blessings they contain.

Let us be encouraged that, through God, even the things that seem to steal our joy can be turned into sources of strength and health. He is the God of the turnaround, continuously working through history to transform our trials into triumphs.

Knowing God through His names (shared May 22)

A recent discussion focused on understanding who God is. The Bible is rich with examples where God reveals His identity to His people through their experiences.

In Exodus 17:8–15, we see God as Jehovah-Nissi, “The Lord is My Banner,” providing victory over the Amalekites. In Exodus 3:13–14, when Moses asks God His name, God responds, “I AM WHO I AM.” This profound declaration underscores God’s eternal presence and self-sufficiency.

Our staff member highlighted that God can be known by many names, each reflecting His ability to meet our needs. He is Jehovah-Jireh, our Provider; Jehovah-Rapha, our Healer; and Jehovah-Shalom, our Peace. As God said, “Whatever you need me to be in your life, that is what I will be. I am everything you will need.”

This devotion reminds us that no matter the situation, God’s name and nature provide the assurance and comfort we need. Let’s embrace the fullness of who God is and trust Him to be our everything.

When your faith is put to the test (shared February 10)

This week was about being put to the test. Charles Spurgeon writes, “The Lord’s mercy often rides to the door of our heart upon the black horse of affliction.” When your faith is put to the test, what is your default response? Ask the Lord to help you rely on Him instead of your usual coping mechanism. “So when your faith remains strong through many trials, It will bring you much praise and glory and honor on the day when Jesus Christ is revealed to the whole world.”—1 Peter 1:7