Even if you have used Logos for years, this article will jump your Logos 8 searching to a whole new level and save you time. Not search correctly is like reading the wrong page of a book. You may have the information you need and think you do not have it or that it does not exist only because of an poor search. Searching well lets you give you best to your ministry.
Logos 8 can do a lot in the background to make your work easier when it is set up properly for your work style. You can have Logos 8 do the heavy work of setting up your workspace for a new project with a couple of clicks. Have the resources you need at your fingertips without rethinking your workflow. Then you have a layout you are familiar with and everything is exactly where it was last the last time you used Logos 8. It is easy by using Layouts and the shortcuts bar.
Introduction to Logos 8 Tips: A hands on tutorial. Search Logos better. Work smarter by knowing what Logos can do. Layouts, Collections, Search & Notes. The time to spent learning how to use Logos well will multiply many times over in time savings over the years to come. This introduction gets you ready for the tutorials.
Heavens to Betsy develops the concept of why God does not always answer prayer in a very surprising way. It is a funny and heart touching movie about prayer.
Bible Quiz: The Sea of Galilee true or false. Learn about the area Jesus Called home. The Sea of Galilee played an important role in the ministry of Jesus. Test your knowledge of The Sea of Galilee. There is more there than you know.
This word studies investigates the Hebrew word יְלִדְתִּֽי (yĕlidtî) in Psalm 2:7, and the Greek word γεγέννηκά, (genenneka) in the three NT quotations that is translated “begotten” by literal translations, but it does not delve into the interpretation of the verses.
As a Christian, there are certain things you are not supposed to do. its sin, that list of forbidden things. Avoid sinful workarounds. Just Delight in the Lord.. Other people do them. They seem to enjoy it. They even talk about how much fun they had. It is so often said,
This lesson teaches how to read Bible verses in their context. You must examine the text carefully to determine the context and not a certain number of verses Just reading five verses before and after does not always find the context. This lesson uses Mark 3:31-35 as the passage under investigation as an example to show how to find the context of the verses. Leaders notes are included for use in a Bible study.
Surprisingly, Psalm 2 was the first psalm until Psalm 1 was added to the collection of psalms. Psalm 1 is likely the last of the psalms written. Psalm 1 is in need of introduction and it makes sense to follow Briggs or a similar line of thought. Psalm 1 may have been written during peace time between the exiles of Israel and Judea. Or it could have been written earlier in response to the messages of the prophets.
Bible Versification: Those Bible Verses Are Not Miss Numbered.
Sometimes there are variations in the way different Bible translations or versions label verses. All verse identifications are man-made and not considered "God inspired." If you are reading a book that references a verse where the author uses one translation and you look the verse up in a different translation, there is a possibility you will discover the verse is not the one you expected. Maybe it is not that the book gave you the wrong verse. A person should suspect versifications differences when they find a verse saying something totally different than it should have. One should first make sure they are in the correct place. Then one should investigate the surrounding verses to find the verse of interest. It may be identified differently but should basically say the same thing and it will usually be in the same order among other verses.