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Bible Reading

Jun 27Mark 9:2-50; 2 Samuel 22; Hosea 2:2-23CEVNKJV
Jun 28Mark 10:1-31; 2 Samuel 23; Hosea 3CEVNKJV
Jun 29Mark 10:32-52; 2 Samuel 24; Hosea 4:1-11aCEVNKJV
Jun 30Mark 11:1-14; 1 Kings 1; Hosea 4:11b-5:4CEVNKJV
Jul 1Mark 11:15-33; 1 Kings 2; Hosea 5:5-15CEVNKJV
Jul 2Mark 12:1-27; 1 Kings 3; Hosea 6:1-7:2CEVNKJV
Jul 3Mark 12:28-44; 1 Kings 4-5; Hosea 7:3-16CEVNKJV

Scripture Memory

You shall not steal, nor deal falsely, nor lie to one another.

Leviticus 19:11

Rejoice and be glad, for your reward in heaven is great; for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.

Matthew 5.12


Sometimes a setback is rooted in your own actions or choices. You did something that hurt another person. You disobeyed God. And now you’re facing a storm because of it. But often, the storms we face in life aren’t because of something we did. Instead, we suffer because of other people’s poor decisions. When someone else’s decision turns your life upside down, God uses it for his glory. When someone else’s mistake puts you in a difficult situation, God works through it anyway.