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June

1

Old
1 Chr 3:1-5:10
New
John 10:31-42

2

Old
1 Chr 5:11-6:70
New
John 11:1-29

3

Old
1 Chr 6:71-8:40
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John 11:30-57

4

Old
1 Chr 11:22-13:14
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John 12:1-26

5

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1 Chr 14:1-16:36
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John 12:27-50

6

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1 Chr 16:37-19:19
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John 13:1-11

7

Old
1 Chr 16:37-19:19
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John 13:12-30

8

Old
1 Chr 20:1-23:11
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John 13:31-14:11

9

Old
1 Chr 23:12-25:31
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John 14:12-31

10

Old
1 Chr 26-27
New
John 15

11

Old
1 Chr 28-29; 2 Chr 1
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John 16:1-11

12

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2 Chr 2-4
New
John 16:12-33

13

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2 Chr 5:1-7:10
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John 17

14

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2 Chr 7:11-9:21
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John 18:1-24

15

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2 Chr 9:22-12:16
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John 18:25-40

16

Old
2 Chr 13-16
New
John 19:1-30

17

Old
2 Chr 17-19
New
John 19:31-20:10

18

Old
2 Chr 20-22
New
John 20:11-31

19

Old
2 Chr 23-25
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John 21

20

Old
2 Chr 26:1-29:11
New
Acts 1:1-11

21

Old
2 Chr 29:12-31:21
New
Acts 1:12-2:13

22

Old
2 Chr 32-34
New
Acts 2:14-36

23

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2 Chr 35-36
New
Acts 2:37-3:10

24

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Ezra 1:1-4:16
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Acts 3:11-4:12

25

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Ezra 4:17-7:28
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Acts 4:13-22

26

Old
Ezra 8:1-10:24
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Acts 4:23-5:11

27

Old
Ezra 10:25-44; Neh 1-3
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Acts 5:12-32

28

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Neh 4-6
New
Acts 5:33-6:15

29

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Neh 7-8
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Acts 7:1-29

30

Old
Neh 9:1-11:9
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Acts 7:30-43

And you, fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath, but bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord. (Eph 6:4)Being a successful, godly father is a difficult, yet important task. As the Man of God struggles to balance love, discipline, correction and direction for his children, he is oftentimes criticized and misunderstood, even by those who he loves the most. Nevertheless, endure these trials and persevere my friend, and the reward will be a godly harvest in the life of your children; one that will produce benefits both in this life and in the life to come!

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