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“BREAD OF LIFE” READINGS June 2018

Written by | June, 2018
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TLH = The Lutheran Hymnal, 1941; WS = Worship Supplement 2000; LSB = Lutheran Service Book, 2006

Date Verse Reading Comments

Jun 2 TLH 393 Jeremiah 51:42-50 Babylon would conquer Judah, but the victory would not last. God would rescue and restore His people.

Jun 3 TLH 396 Luke 8:40-56 Jairus and the the afflicted woman both found that those who depend on Christ are not left disappointed.

Jun 4 TLH 370 Galatians 3:1-11 We do not gain peace with God by human effort such as observing commandments, customs, or traditions, but through faith—just like Abraham.

Jun 5 TLH 42/LSB 721; Exodus 40:34-38 When the tabernacle and its furnishings were finished, the Lord made His presence known and demonstrated that He would lead His people.

Jun 6 TLH 454/LSB 914; 1 Kings 8:20-30 When Solomon completed the temple (as God had promised he would), he prayed for God’s ever-present mercy and forgiveness.

Jun 7 TLH 457 Psalm 68:19-20 Even as troubles beset us daily, so also we have a Savior who daily shoulders those burdens for us.

Jun 9 TLH 318 Luke 9:46-48 If you think you are the greatest, it’s a sure sign that you are not!

Jun 10 WS 741 Galatians 5:13-18 We don’t use Christ’s forgiveness as an excuse to sin. Would that be any way to thank Him?

Jun 11 TLH 386 1 Kings 11:9-13 Solomon’s heart was not fully devoted to the Lord, but the Lord would still honor the promise He had made, in spite of the king’s unfaithfulness.

Jun 12 TLH 394 Psalm 71:9-18 Our confidence is in the Lord, no matter how young or old we are.

Jun 13 TLH 296 Proverbs 4:1-9 Pay attention to the words of people who are wiser than you are—God put them in your life to help you.

Jun 14 TLH 491 Ezekiel 2:1-7 We, too, speak God’s Word at times to those who rebel against it, but the fact that they rebel need not discourage us. Our responsibility is to speak.

Jun 16 WS 786 Luke 11:33-36 If you catch “darkness” coming out from you, then repent and look to Christ for forgiveness so that your whole body can be full of light.

Jun 17 TLH 398 Ephesians 2:1-10 God cleansed you and made you alive in Christ so you can do the good works which He has planned for you to do.

Jun 18 TLH 170 Leviticus 4:1-12 Just as the bull carrying the sins of the people was burned outside the camp, so Jesus, carrying our sins, suffered outside Jerusalem.

Jun 19 TLH 336 1 Kings 15:9-15 God was “number one” in Asa’s heart, even over his family. Wherever we find this kind of commitment, it is Spirit-worked.

Jun 20 TLH 217 Psalm 72:1-19 Jesus, our King, shall reign forever and ever! Hallelujah!

Jun 21 TLH 406 Proverbs 5:1-14 When God corrects you, understand that it is for your good—even for your eternal good.

Jun 23 TLH 320/LSB 762; Ezekiel 11:11-21 Yes, God would bring judgment against sin, but He would also be working to restore His people and give them new hearts of faith.

Jun 24 TLH 317; Luke 13:1-9 It is critical to recognize that you, too, are a sinner, not just “the other person.” All of us are

LSB 511 called on to repent and believe the Gospel.

Jun 25 WS 790/LSB 738 Ephesians 5:22-33 God’s plan for marriage relationships echoes the relationship Jesus has with His believing children.

Jun 26 TLH 33; 1 Kings 19:9-18 Elijah is ready to give up, but the Lord is ready to lift him up! Isn’t that how it is so often
with us, too?

Jun 27 TLH 431 Psalm 75 We give thanks to God who does not let the wicked utterly destroy the righteous.

Jun 28 TLH 331 Ezekiel 18:14-24 Unbelieving actions reveal an unbelieving heart, but the Lord does not want us to die in unbelief. He draws us away from evil to trust in Him.

Jun 30TLH 281Luke 15:1-10It can be difficult and embarrassing to admit our sins, but to God it is cause for joy and celebration when a sinner repents.