Bible Reading Schedule {June/2015}

Are you ready to begin your 2015 Bible Reading Schedule for June?   In case you missed, here are  the 2015 Bible Reading {overview}, and the pdfs for the entire year are on the 2015 Bible Reading Schedule page. DSCN8980 - Version 2June pdfs

Here’s an overview of June:

(Note: ChronNarr is short for Chronological Narrative Books)


Week Days – Chron Narr –   Leviticus 16-27; Numbers 1-13
Week Days – Letters –   Romans
Six Days – Psalms 64-78
Six Days – Proverbs 13:24-14:28 (one verse per day)


The Daily Proverb makes it easy to grasp  the meaning, and to remember it throughout the day.  Have you checked out the new daily posts Vessels for the Master’s Use?  Reading a hymn a day sets the mind on the right things during the day.


The 2015 Bible Reading Schedule is posted the last week of the month.  All pdf files for the schedule are filed under the 2015 Bible Reading Schedule, which is under the BIBLE tab, which is under the WORSHIP tab.


If you haven’t yet started your Bible Reading this year, it’s never too late.  You can start at the beginning, or at today’s date, or any point in between.  You can choose to just read Psalms, or Psalms and Proverbs, or just the Narrative books.  You can read them as scheduled or at your own pace.  You make the plan work for you and your needs.

Here are the previous 2015 Bible Reading Schedule posts:

 Please be encouraged to read God’s Word, no matter how much or how little, as often as you can.  It will make a difference in your life, I promise!

Vessels for the Master’s Use {109/300}


May 25

Daily Proverb

 Poverty and shame shall be to him that refuseth instruction,

but he that regardeth reproof shall be honored.

Proverbs 13:18


Daily Bible Reading:

Leviticus 11

Psalm 61



Inspiring Hymns #109

My Redeemer

I will sing of my Redeemer and His wondrous love to me;  On the cruel cross He suffered, from the curse to set me free.

I will tell the wondrous story, how my lost estate to save,  In His boundless love and mercy, He the ransom freely gave.

I will praise my dear Redeemer, His triumphant power I’ll tell,  How the victory He giveth over sin, and death, and hell.

I will sing of my Redeemer, and His heavenly love to me;  He from death to life hath brought me, Son of God, with Him to be.

Chorus:  Sing, oh, sing of my Redeemer, with His blood He purchased me,  One the cross He sealed my pardon, paid the debt and made me free.

Words:  P. P. Bliss

Music:  James McGranahan

Copyright 1951

Singspiration, Inc.

Memorial Day 2015 {chronicle}

Memorial Day began as Decoration Day after the Civil War.  The following is part of the Memorial Day history on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ website:

Three years after the Civil War ended, on May 5, 1868, the head of an organization of Union veterans — the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) — established Decoration Day as a time for the nation to decorate the graves of the war dead with flowers.  The first large observance was held that year at Arlington National Cemetery, across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C It was not until after World War I, however, that the day was expanded to honor those who have died in all American wars. In 1971, Memorial Day was declared a national holiday by an act of Congress, though it is still often called Decoration Day.

The flag photos were taken by me at a local cemetery on Friday, in remembrance of those who died for our freedom.