The Quiet Time

A new link to some Quiet Time recordings has been found here:

Quiet Time on Youtube  (new link).

UPDATE: WCTS Radio has disabled the link(s) to this fine old program. I am sorry there is no link to this program at this time. The link below will not work.

Original message:

Opening with a verse from Be Still My Soul sung by Joseph Barclay, next we hear the comforting voice of Albert H. Salter as he intones, “Friends we invite you now to join with us and with many thousands of others around the face of the globe in a few moments which we call The Quiet Time.”

Hosted by Albert H. Salter (- 2001), with hymn-singer Joseph Barclay, and Lorin Whitney Lorin  (1914-2007) at the pipe organ.
In Philippians 4:6-7 we read, “Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God. And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.
All over the world there are multitudes of people searching for peace during these times, we invite you now to listen to this program.
May it be peace for your heart.
The Quiet Time hosted by Albert H. Salter
*New Link (No longer working.)

27 Responses to The Quiet Time

  1. CocoVille says:

    Love the prayer moment on The Quiet Time. Would be nice and so filling to make longer or pray twice on the Quiet Hour. Thank you for sharing the so Gifted moment of “The Quiet Time” . Love the hymns, music, bible reading and the poems. Thank you and may God Bless you and all on the program Joseph Barcley an Loren Whitney. The voices are so unique for the Blessed Quiet Time.


  2. Kim says:

    There has been much trouble with the links . I have been unable to connect for 2 weeks now. I am very unsettled by this. I have sent several emails but I have not received a response nor as the technical issue been resolved.

    Bronx, NY

  3. Barbara H. says:

    Thanks so much for posting this information. I listened to this program regularly when I was a new Christian in the 70s, and it was a lifeline for me. I was recently trying to find it online and my search brought me here. Thanks again!

  4. donald smith says:

    I am going crazy trying to find out info on Joseph Barclay..I love the old sounding hymns he sings…what year was he born, and are there any cd’s I can buy? Is he still alive?

  5. Anne says:

    I always enjoyed listen to the Quiet Times on Redifussion in Barbados tor many years, glad that I can find again

  6. What a goldmine find (the MP3 recordings)…….I listen to Quiet time almost every nite on FM radio in my area…I am sure I have missed many programs…..Now I can listen and enjoy any program I wish, when I have spare time…Thanks…

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  8. Len Taylor says:

    has the link been purposely disabled?

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  11. says:

    I was so pleased to have found this site for A Quiet Time. I listen to the program little after midnight in the Southern Calif. region on Family Radio network (one of the very few programs I listen to on this network. I am so blessed each night to have the prayers and songs and devotions before falling asleep. Now I can log in anytime on You Tube. Thank you and God Bless you.

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