Let’s go further together. Read the New Testament with us.
There’s an African proverb that says, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
Join us on the 5x5x5 reading plan as we go through the New Testament together in a year. It only takes five minutes a day five days a week to read along, and each week we’ll post five prompts to help you dig deeper into the text.
To join the reading plan, click this link when you’re logged in. Or join the reading plan manually:
- Click the plus sign next to the Home Page dashboard in the app (on desktop, web, or mobile)
- Choose Reading Plan from the list
- Select the 5x5x5 Bible Reading Plan
You can check your progress from your Logos dashboard anytime, and mark each day’s reading complete when you finish.
Let’s get started.
-The Logos Team
- Hi guys, how do you study the Bible? Do you have some steps, do you do it every day and how long etc... I have something what I am doing, but I just would like to know what others do :) And do you have some experiencest with studying bible together with someone else -> if you have some good marerials or tips, it will be great :)
- Hi guys, for that of you who are not full time in ministry, what is your dayli "Bible study" rutine? Just for inspiration. I have big problems with morning time, so I usualy spand some time with God when I get home from my job and then at evening. Mostly just read some devotionals, Bible, sometimes prepare some sermon + praying. (sorry for my english I am not native speaker)
- Hi guys, thank you. I know it is possible and I tried it for couple of months. Reason why I stoped was, because I was then more tired during the day (less focused, etc). Normally I woke up at 6, but I have problem with fall asleep (it take me few hours). I normally go to bed around 10pm, but often cant fall asleep before midnight. But thank you for your tips.
- Hi Josef - here's my testimony. When I realized (still working on it) that the outcome of my day and all the plans I made are completely subject to God directing my every step. I prayed HE would wake me in the morning when HE thought I should get up and commune with HIM. So now in probably 10 years I have read through my Bible 13 times. Now I'm doing it 2 times per year. In valuable to that is the ability to highlight, make Verse Lists and Note Books on specific topics. Those are mine, and I can find the any time. That ignited my drive. And there is NOT a disciplined bone in my body. Just read God's word. Period.
- Hey Josef, Mornings can be tough. If our God is tapping on your heart to spend some time with Him in the mornings, then ask Him to assist you with this. Try 5 or 10-minutes in the morning. Be consistent. It takes 30-days for a habit to be formed. After awhile you'll be amazed at how He helps you spend quality time (and even quantity) time with Him. We all got 24-hours every day--let's continue to figure out how we can best spend our time with Him and His world!
- Hi, do you know some good devotionals (best with day indexes) please? Thank you :)
- Hi, found this software some months ago when I bought a MacBook Pro. I find it indispensable for my messages, which I have samples on http://thespiritandthebridesaycome.com . It is a very valuable medium.The Spirit and the Bride say COME! Come Lord JesusA Cry for new Intimacy between the Bride and the Spiritthespiritandthebridesaycome.com
- Do you regularly or occasionally preach sermons or deliver homilies? Would you answer this 20-question survey to help us make sure we understand your needs and can better meet them? https://forms.gle/SRrEjzQ8FwSxrbxM9 Thanks!Sermon/Homily Delivery SurveyHelp us understand how you deliver your sermons or homilies, so we can serve you better. This survey focuses on your primary weekly sermon (so bias your answers toward that), but it isn't limited to it.docs.google.com
- Logos Bible Software published a newsletterReadGetting the Most Out of Calendar Devotionals in 2020
FREE Webinar by Morris Proctor: Getting the Most Out of Calendar Devotionals in 2020—January 21 at 2:00 p.m. (CST)
2020 is here! With the New Year comes a resolve to consistently be in Scripture. To help you with this clear vision, Logos authorized trainer, Morris Proctor is presenting a FREE webinar, Getting the Most Out of Calendar Devotionals in 2020. Not only will he show you how to incorporate your favorite devotionals into your daily Bible reading, he’ll teach you a power-user trick transforming these calendar-based books into “commentaries” available for the study of any passage!
By participating in the webinar you’ll receive a special discount code to save up to 40% off the purchase of select calendar devotionals.
So please join authorized trainer Morris Proctor for a FREE webinar January 21st at 2 pm (CST) as he discusses several ways to effectively study.
Can’t make the January 21st time slot? No worries. When you register, you'll be emailed details to access the archived event once it's posted. If you have already registered, we look forward to seeing you.
- Introducing our Buy One, Give One celebration with Mobile Ed! For a limited time, you can buy any Mobile Ed course and give a copy to a friend for free! Check below for details. 👇Buy a course, give a course free!Save 25% on a course, then give a free copy to a friend.www.logos.com
- I JUST BOUGHT A NEW COMPUTER. CANNOT FIND ANYTHING TO INSTALL LOGOS AGAIN. I HAD LOGOS 7. CAN SOMEONE HELP ME? HELENZANATTA77@GMAIL.COM.
- To clarify, after every major release the engine update becomes a free to access. So, whilst the L7 installers no longer exist, Helen E. Zanatta will still be able to use the installers linked in Eric Seelye's post. Fair warning, you'll be upgraded to the L8 engine (which might take a little getting used too) but, once installed and logged in, your library will download and then index automatically. Note, you won't have any L8 features without purchasing the feature set or a FLC Essentials subscription, just access to the L8 interface and design. Next steps, try running the installer in Eric's link and let us know how your get on.
- Got it. Thx so much.
- I am seeking a commentator that would pull out the rich depths in the original language. Any recommendations??
- Agreed, the Word Biblical Commentary would also be a great choice. Blessings!
- Baker Exegetical Commentary is excellent!
- NICOT/NICNT seems best to me (but very expensive) :) https://www.logos.com/product/134480/new-international-commentary-on-the-old-and-new-testamentsNew International Commentary on the Old and New Testaments (NICOT/NICNT) (48 vols.)This massive collection combines The New International Commentary on the Old Testament and The New International Commentary on the New Testament to provide an exposition of Scripture that is thorough and abreast of modern scholarship, yet at the same time loyal to Scripture as the infallible Word of God. This conviction, shared by all contributors to The New International Commentary on the Old Testament and The New International Commentary on the New Testament, and defines the goal of this ambitious series of commentaries.www.logos.com
- Is there a way for my logos library on a laptop to show all my resources when doing a passage search even if it is not dowloaded? Also on the iPad I am able to use resources in the cloud as long as I am connected to the internet. Is this available for a desktop/laptop?
- Jeremy Spence, in addition to the Library itself, the only part of the app that makes use of your cloud library is search. There's a section in the Basic and Everything searches that will return results from your cloud library. We'd like to bring cloud-resource awareness to Guides and other parts of the app in the future. The mobile app allow you to stream resources from the cloud. We haven't built that feature yet for the desktop app. We'd like to eventually, but for now a book much be download first before it can be read. In the meantime, you might consider using the web app for quick access to resources in your cloud library.
- Rev. Kevin Obermeyer, not necessarily. If you have space for your whole library offline on desktop and spend most of your time there already, that'll be the best solution for you. But if you have limited drive space on your desktop and want quick access to a resource you'll only occasionally need and don't want to use up precious space on your drive, the web app is a great solution.