Skip to main content
Summer Bundle Sale – Save 20%

Bible Timeline Events for June 2024

Written by Dianna Wiebe on .

Welcome to June! As summer’s warmth starts to fill the air, we invite you to explore the events on the Bible timeline for June. From the Israelites reaching Mount Sinai to the passing of Samuel and David, to Mordecai’s decree empowering the Jews in Persia to defend themselves. June is rich with historical and spiritual significance. Get ready to mark your calendar and step back in time to discover the biblical events that took place this month!

June 5 – Iyar 28

  • Samuel Died: On Iyar 28 in the year 877 BC, Samuel the prophet and judge of Israel died according to Jewish history. Samuel began serving at the Tabernacle as a young child. He lived to be 52 years old and anointed both Saul and David as kings over Israel. Some Jewish sources put this event on Iyar 29. I Samuel 25:1

June 7 – Sivan 1

  • New Moon/New Month: The month of Sivan begins today. Sivan is pronounced see-VHAN.
  • Boundaries at Mt. Sinai: On Sivan 1 the Lord instructed Moses to consecrate the children of Israel in preparation for the Lord’s appearance.The people were to set boundaries around Mount Sinai. Exodus 19:10-12

June 12 – Sivan 6

  • King David Died: On the Jewish calendar, Sivan 6, 837 BC, is noted as the day King David died. He served as king for forty years, following King Saul. His son, Solomon, followed him as king of Israel. The Bible records that David lived to be seventy years old and is buried in the City of David. I Kings 2:10

June 13 – Sivan 7

  • Feast of Weeks: Today is the biblical holy day known as the Feast of Weeks or Pentecost. It is celebrated fifty days after the Feast of First Fruits. Leviticus 23:15-22 According to Jewish tradition, this is the day Moses gave the laws of God to the children of Israel. Exodus 20:1-17