Welcome to the Perfect Peace June Bible reading week 4 summary! If this is your first time here, I’m thrilled to have you stopping by. Each month I host a Bible reading challenge and each week, we glance back at the previous week of reading. God worked so mightily through the Scripture reading and I’m amazed at how many folks said the verses came into their lives at the perfect time. Let’s check out the final week of readings for the Perfect Peace Bible Reading Plan and Journal. Ready?
2 Corinthians 13:7-14
Aim for restoration. Asking myself where my aim has been directed over the last week and where I plan to aim this week. Join me? Happy Monday! #perfectpeacejournal#biblereadingplanon perfect peace. July 1st is the beginning of a new challenge, but before we go there, let’s take a look back. You good with that?
This week has been another trying week for my sweet Taylor. She is weak and lethargic and struggling with her disease. Setting my mind on God’s Word ushers in life and peace like nothing else. Be sure to swipe to read today’s verse. Have a thriving Thursday remembering this! #perfectpeacejournal #biblereadingplan
Peace won’t be found in anything or anyone except Jesus. In Him, we have perfect peace. So thankful for this month of June and the #perfectpeacejournal#biblereadingplan ! Tomorrow’s July 1st; be sure to join in for a month of recognizing God is bigger than whatever we face. Have a super Saturday!
The Bible reading plan and journals are written to be experienced in any month of the year so we have a bonus passage this month! Hooray! Verse 15 is a wonderful way to close out our month of focusing on the peace of God. This is what Paul wrote to the church of Colossia:
Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful.
I’m so thankful for each one of you! I hope you are continuing in the Word through the July Bible reading challenge. I’ll see you there!
By his grace,