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Holding Faith Radio

Listen to a continuous playing of carefully selected rich and biblical Christian songs. Hymns in both old tunes and modern flavors. You can listen to MOTB’s Holding Faith Radio using any online radio player including in your car radio. See ways to listen below.


“And be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess; but be filled with the Spirit; Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord; Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.” – Eph 5:18-20

Holding faith, and a good conscience; which some having put away concerning faith have made shipwreck. 1 T
im. 1:19

Ways to Listen

Whether you’re at work, in a coffee shop, on your own laptop or personal computer, wherever — just open your browser, visit musingonthebible.org/listen and you’re ready to start listening to music.

MOTB Website

– From this very page. Look for the play button.

iTunes Player
– You can click the link below and “open with” iTunes.
Listen via iTunes Now

WIndows Media Player
– Click the button and “open with” Windows Media Player.
Listen via Windows Media Player Now

Direct Audio Streaming
– You can simply point your browser to directly stream from MOTB Radio
Directly Stream MOTB Now

Mobile Apps and Audio Devices
Holding Faith Radio is essentially a radio streaming service so you can add it to your favorite mobile apps like TuneIn, VRadio etc. and to your internet-enabled audio systems like Sonos, and so on.

Just manually add our streaming URL: http://radio.musingonthebible.org:8000/listen.m3u to the app or your device and you are good to go!


Holding Faith Radio is brought to you by MusingOnTheBible.org. If you need any help, feel free to send us an email [email protected] or fill out the form here. We look forward to hearing from you.


My sins are as the sand of the sea for number. O that my tears were as the water of the sea for abundance!

— William Spurstowe

Two things make the saints maligned by the men of the world. Saints hate what the world loves — and vilify what the world adores.

— Nathaniel Vincent

The more we pray, the more we shall want to pray. The more we pray, the more we can pray. The more we pray, the more we shall pray

— Charles Spurgeon

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