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
- Does Logos have an app for Chromebook besides the mobile app in the Google Play Store? Sorry if I missed that information somewhere. Thank you.
- How to delete scripture text from sermon editor’s manuscript? I had placed an incorrect text reference and tried to remove the scripture reference and scriptures from the manuscript. I was only able to delete the slide
- Hi guys, I hope you are healthy and close to God in this days. We cant meet because of COVID so we started to do services live on YouTube. I have to preach this sunday on 1. Peter 1:3-12. But I always have problem with structure of sermon. Please do you know some good commentary or resources, what can help me with structure and main points? Thank you and God bless you.
Phil Gons — EditedThere are several places to get help from others on how to structure a sermon. In the Guides menu, check out the following sections: Sermons: https://ref.ly/logos4/Guide?t=System+Guide+Customizations%3a+Sermons+(Bible+Reference)&ref=BibleNIV.1Pe1.3-12 Sermon Outlines: https://ref.ly/logos4/Guide?t=System+Guide+Customizations%3a+Sermon+Outlines+(Bible+Reference)&ref=BibleNIV.1Pe1.3-12 Outlines: https://ref.ly/logos4/Guide?t=System+Guide+Customizations%3a+Outlines+(Bible+Reference)&ref=BibleNIV.1Pe1.3-12 Faithlife Sermons: https://ref.ly/logos4/Guide?t=System+Guide+Customizations%3a+Faithlife+Sermons+(Bible+Reference)&ref=BibleNIV.1Pe1.3-12 Let us know if we can help with anything specific. Praying for you as you pray over and study this wonderful passage!Logos Web AppFrom the makers of Logos Bible Software, the Logos web app gives you Logos anywhere, with online Biblical commentaries and devotionals for in-depth Bible study.app.logos.com
- Hi, thank you for tips. This links don´t work for me it show me "Guide for this shortcut is unavailable". But I will check it in my logos. I also think about this commentaries: https://www.logos.com/product/163709/1-peter-jude https://www.logos.com/product/9559/preaching-the-word-1-and-2-peter-and-jude-sharing-christs-sufferings Do you have any good experience with commentaries like this or with some good resources for illustrations etc? Thank you and God bless you :)Preaching the Word: 1 & 2 Peter and Jude—Sharing Christ's SufferingsNeither Peter nor Jude minced words about the realities that would confront every Christian and that were confronting the church at large—suffering and persecution, contradictory views of the gospel, constant challenges to the faith at the hands of false teachers. Yet even in the face of these harsh realities, both biblical writers unswervingly declared that there is no cause for despair as long as one’s foundation and identity are in Christ.www.logos.com
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- Do you have multiple Faithlife/Logos users in your family/household? Do you like free books? If so, would you please do me a favor and purchase licenses of the Reader’s Classics Collection for your family? 1. Go to https://www.logos.com/readers-classics-collection. 2. Choose the quantity you need. 3. Find or create your family’s Faithlife group and select it. 4. Complete your transaction. 5. If you haven’t already, invite your family members to your Faithlife group. 6. Visit your group’s Licenses section (Admin > Settings > Licenses) and assign the licenses to your group members. 7. Share feedback on your experience in the comments. Thanks! P.S. If you don’t need multiple licenses, you can grab an individual license at https://www.logos.com/product/190477/readers-classics-collection.Reader's Classics Collection (70 vols.)Get to know the classics with this hand-selected group of books that have inspired readers for decades! Featuring works by Jack London, George MacDonald, and Lewis Carroll, this collection of resources will take you across the world (and to worlds that have yet to be explored).www.logos.com
- Good feedback. Thanks, Dustin Masters. Nice to see you here! :) 1. I agree that having the Create button grayed out can be confusing. It becomes enabled once you type something into the fields. The button actually submits the group creation, which it can't do if the fields are empty. 2–3. Agreed.
- Everything went smoothly for me. Easy to use. I have assigned licenses in the past for another group that I administrate. I really like being able to buy licenses and assign them. Thank you, Phil!
- Hi! Is there a way to anchor at once in a note more verses from a list? Coz now I do one by one but is hard when have to anchor 10 verses from different parts of the Bible.
- First fruitsWe who are in the Bible community understand the concept of firstfruits. It's the not clear for everybody in the rest of our Christian body though. A good example would be if you have ever planted several tomato plants in the spring and waited on them as they grow. The fruit begins to grow but it's just green as it can be. But it begins to swell and eventually becomes pink until finally you walk outside one day and there's your first right tomato. This just isn't a tomato this is a homegrown tomato and has something that all the other tomatoes in a grocery store does not have the zest and taste of a fruit you grew yourself.
- So I’m going to be doing a sermon this month on effective bible study, and would like to highlight the merits of using Logos software to the congregation, what is included in the free logos package and is there a special free package for churches that use proclaim and such?
- If you go to https://www.logos.com/product/168880/logos-8-basic you can see what is included in the free package. And, no, there isn't a separate free package for those churches that use Proclaim
- You do get something with Faithlife Equip, I just don't remember the details.
- I'm trying to create a commonplace book for quotations and can't decide the better route: Clippings document or Notes/Notebook. I've created a highlighting style for quotations, so I'm able to search and locate all my quotations. I'm aware I can locate all of these in a notebook, but I'd also like to export these to a PDF for offline review. Wondering if there's a way to export these quotation highlights to a Clippings document other than manually adding every quotation.