Quietly Through Your Bible in June :: Plus #QuietlyThroughThursday Link-up

For those of you following along with the Quietly Through 2-Year Bible reading plan, I thought I’d share some resources to go along with the books we’ll be starting this month. In the Old Testament we will start and complete Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon. We’ll also begin the Book of Isaiah. In the New Testament we’ll get started in the Book of Acts.

Each of these links will take you to a short video or a podcast, giving you an overview or a more in depth commentary.


Song of Solomon



Is this the first time you’re hearing about the Quietly Through Bible reading plan? Get all the details here, download the full plan, or download June’s printable bookmark.

You may also be interested in our Quietly Through Facebook group.

If you have any questions about these resources or the Quietly Through reading plan, don’t be afraid to leave a comment or send me an email.

Only by grace,


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  1. Those are some great books coming up, Kelli. Isaiah is one of my faves. And, Ecclesiastes as well. I’ve never seen those Bible Project videos before. Great resources, thank you for sharing. Will you be sharing here what you’re learning in the books this month? If so, I look forward to reading the insights the Lord shares with you. ((hug))

    1. Yes, I will be sharing in the #QuietlyThroughThursday post. Hoping others will, too. 🙂

      So glad we connected, Brenda. #ChasingCommunity has been so wonderful to be a part of.

  2. Kelli, I’m not familiar with those resources either, but I’m looking forward to checking them out. What a blessing that you’re encouraging your readers to read through the Bible. My daily posts are based on a one-year reading plan. Thanks for hosting. Have a great week-end!

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