Journey Through Scripture – June

At the end of June, we will cross the half-way turn. We got started on this Journey beginning January 1st. If you have missed some along the way, at this point I would recommend you start where we are and at the end of December, start from the beginning and read until you reach your starting point. You can find the daily passages in the archives of my posts.

So far this year we have read the Old Testament books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 1 Chronicles and we are working on 2 Chronicles. As for the New Testament, it doesn’t appear like we have read as much but we read a great deal more every day from the Old because there is much more to read! We have finished Matthew, Mark, and Luke. We have also read a great deal of John.

As we begin June, here are our readings:

  • Jun 1: 2 Chronicles 15-16; John 12:27-50
  • Jun 2: 2 Chronicles 17-18; John 13:1-20
  • Jun 3: 2 Chronicles 19-20; John 13:21-38
  • Jun 4: 2 Chronicles 21-22; John 14
  • Jun 5: 2 Chronicles 23-24; John 15
  • Jun 6: 2 Chronicles 25-27; John 16
  • Jun 7: 2 Chronicles 28-29; John 17
  • Jun 8: 2 Chronicles 30-31; John 18:1-18
  • Jun 9: 2 Chronicles 32-33; John 18:19-40
  • Jun 10: 2 Chronicles 34-36; John 19:1-22
  • Jun 11: Ezra 1-2; John 19:23-42
  • Jun 12: Ezra 3-5; John 20
  • Jun 13: Ezra 6-8; John 21
  • Jun 14: Ezra 9-10; Acts 1
  • Jun 15: Nehemiah 1-3; Acts 2:1-21
  • Jun 16: Nehemiah 4-6; Acts 2:22-47
  • Jun 17: Nehemiah 7-9; Acts 3
  • Jun 18: Nehemiah 10-11; Acts 4:1-22
  • Jun 19: Nehemiah 12-13; Acts 4:23-37
  • Jun 20: Esther 1-2; Acts 5:1-21
  • Jun 21: Esther 3-5; Acts 5:22-42
  • Jun 22: Esther 6-8; Acts 6
  • Jun 23: Esther 9-10; Acts 7:1-21
  • Jun 24: Job 1-2; Acts 7:22-43
  • Jun 25: Job 3-4; Acts 7:44-60
  • Jun 26:  Job 5-7; Acts8:1-25
  • Jun 27: Job 8-10; Acts 8:26-40
  • Jun 28: Job 11-13; Acts 9:1-21
  • Jun 29: Job 14-16; Acts 9:22-43
  • Jun 30: Job 17-19; Acts 10:1-23

Good reading. I hope you enjoy. And as I have almost all of this year, I will continue to write my daily post from at least part of one of the daily passages. I did go off the passages once and I have missed a few days, but hey, I try. I will continue to give it my best effort.

With Joy and Thankfulness,

Published by drjkbroyles

I love Mike Ashcraft's book, "My One Word." For the past nine years I have participated and encouraged others to participate to in the "My One Word" Challenge. My first word was discipline was my word the first year. Since then my word has been focus, sight, jungle, peace, concentration, serve, genuine and this year is fit. I seek to be fit for my health, my family, my church, my ministries. I seek to be fit in any are of my life where God might point to me. I also have a nickname, "Dr. B." When I was a public high school teacher, Dr. B. is what most of my students called me, at least in my presence. I am still called that by many people though I no longer teach in public schools. I am the author of "Average Joe: With an Extraordinary Story" (available on Amazon). The book fits into the genre of "Biblical Fiction" or "Christian Fiction" and features some of the Bible's lesser known characters. The name of my blog is, "Fork in the Road." Life is filled with forks in the road. It isn't a matter of if we encounter a fork in the road, but when will we and how many will we experience in a lifetime. I love to strum my guitar. I am not a great guitar player but I enjoy it. I also enjoy writing music. I get excited with I feel a new song emerging. I live with my wife Cindy and our little dog, "Bishop" in Lufkin, Texas. I spent the past 30 years as a United Methodist pastor, serving churches all over east and southeast Texas, from just north of Tyler to south of Houston, from the Gulf Coast to east of Madisonville. I currently serve Perritte Memorial UMC in Nacogdoches. I spent one year in the classroom, teaching High School government, economics, psychology, and sociology. Cindy and I have been married for 43 years. We have two grown sons and six grandchildren, three boys and three girls. I enjoy preaching and all it's aspects from research to writing to the actual preaching event. I also love writing, reading. I have dabble in drawing and "painting" with pastels as well as woodworking and woodcarving. My current projects are two ukuleles. I collect, repair and restore guitars too. I play the guitar (badly, but I still do) I also enjoy working with paracord on various projects, mostly prayer ropes I usually give away. I hold an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Data Processing, from San Jacinto College in Pasadena, TX, a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a minor in History from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX, a Master of Divinity from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX and a Doctor of Ministry from Carolina University of Theology. This blog started out as devotional writings. In August of 2020, I made a major change to the blog, switching to a daily theme format. Sunday Sermon-usually my manuscript sermon Miscellaneous Monday-misc. writing, poetry, ministry Tuesday Thoughts-Devotion Wed. with Wesleys-hist. & theol. of early Methodists TED Talk Thursday-Video & appl. in current theology Five for Friday-5 things I've seen & my thoughts Sing-Along Sat. - Usually a new song I have written I write, "Strumming a G-Chord with Dr.B." to get my thoughts onto something permanent. After all, they say, once something is on the internet it never really goes away. Still, I hope you enjoy reading it. Who knows, it might generate a bit of discussion between you and me and anyone else who might make their way here. Seeking the Genuine, Keith Lufkin, Texas August 2020

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