June 1: Read through the Holy Bible in a year.

Luke 24:1-31. We call the first day of the week “The Lord’s day” to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, the most important event in the Christian calendar! Later on the Resurrection day two dejected disciples met someone on the Road to Emmaus and finally realized they had met Jesus when he did break bread with them.

2 Kings 14. Amaziah firmly ruled in Judah and he followed the law of Moses: “every man shall be put to death for his own sin.” But after a victory over the Edomites he became proud and tried to conquer Israel. This failed completely, and instead Israel broke down part of the wall of Jerusalem and raided the Temple. Finally,  Jeroboam II became king of Israel, died and his son Zechariah succeeded him.

2 Kings 15. The parade of Kings of Israel and Judah continues. Azariah reigned in Judah, Zachariah reigned in Israel, Shallum reigned in Israel, Menahem reigned in Israel, Pekahiah reigned in Israel, Pekah reigned in Israel, Jotham reigned in Judah, all recorded in chronological order.

April 14, read through the Holy Bible in a year in Power-point, with comments.

Today  we finish up the gospel of Luke with the glorious resurrection and the events that followed. The chapter in Joshua tells of the consequences of  worshiping false gods.

April 14:Luke 24Judges 10 (click on the chapter to begin reading)

Luke 24, this is it, the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, the most important event in the Christian calendar!  Later that day two dejected disciples met someone on the Road to Emmaus and finally realized they had met Jesus.  then Jesus appeared to the Disciples back in Jerusalem. The Gospel of Luke ends with the Ascension, but that event is better described in the Acts of the Apostles, also authored by Dr. Luke.

Judges 10 Things went from bad to worse with Tola, Jair and Jephthah as leaders, so Israel was again oppressed. They finally repented and got rid of their false gods.

April 14, read through the Bible in a year.

Today there are only two chapters to read, read Luke 24 carefully and rejoice over it!

April 14:Luke 24Judges 10 (click on the chapter to begin reading)

Luke 24, this is it, the Resurrection, the most important event in the Christian calendar! Two dejected disciples meet someone on the Road to Emmaus,  then Jesus appears to the Disciples. The Gospel of Luke ends with the Ascension.

Judges 10 Things go from bad to worse with Tola, Jair and Jephthah as leaders and Israel is oppressed again. They finally repent and get rid of their false gods.