2021 Bible reading plan

June Bible Reading Plan

In the Read the New Testament in 2021 Reading Plan we are ending the month of May in 2 Thessalonians. June 1 is the last chapter of 2 Thessalonians and then on June 2 we begin reading 1 Corinthians. 

I would like to point out the option on the menu above that says – 2021 Bible Reading Plan – This is where to go to find each month of the 2021 plan. Right now there is January through June available to download and print anytime.  I hope this makes it more convenient than finding the matching blog post for the month. Also it will be easy to share with others. If you know someone who might like the 2021 Reading Plan, simply share the Reading Plan page with them. Reminder: these downloads are always free for everyone.

All are invited to join us in the Reading Plan. If you are not following this plan please be sure you have some type of daily Bible Reading Plan in place. It is so important to be feeding on the Word every single day.

When you print out the June Reading Plan you will notice 2 Corinthians 4:18 featured in the bottom section. Consider choosing this verse for Scripture Memory in June. 

We do not look at the things which are seen,
but at the things which are not seen.
For the things which are seen are temporary, but the things which are not seen are eternal.

– 2 Corinthians 4:18

A few readers have said they’d like to see a Scripture Writing plan offered again. 

Well, I would too! I have recently prayed about it. 

I am planning to begin providing a Scripture Writing Plan once again.

This will be in addition to the Bible Reading Plan.

There is so much value in writing out scripture.

Follow the blog to find out details about it hopefully by July.

3 thoughts on “June Bible Reading Plan”

  1. Thank you for liking my posting I so much appreciate you taking the time to read it. Hope you come back again real soon.
    Have a wonderful day today.


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