In between the Apostle Paul’s first and second letter to the Corinthians we read three Psalms and two chapters in second Chronicles.
June 30: Psalm 46, Psalm 47, Psalm 48, 2 Chronicles 33, 2 Chronicles 34 (click on the chapter to begin reading)
Psalm 46, of the Sons of Korah. “Let us sing the forty-sixth psalm in concert; and then let the devil do his worst.” (Martin Luther)
Psalm 47, of the Sons of Korah. “Sing praises to God, sing praises“.
Psalm 48, of the Sons of Korah. “Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised.”
2 Chronicles 33. Manasseh king of Judah became a sorcerer, repented and was restored but eventually died and was replaced by Amon , who reigned for two years, did evil, was killed and his son Josiah became king.
2 Chronicles 34. King Josiah tore down the altars to the idols, but not before he had their priests killed and burned on them. Then he took up offerings to restore the temple. Hilkiah the priest found the Book of the Law. Josiah then restored the temple and the temple worship and the people followed as long as Josiah lived.