Today’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos training seminars and provides many training materials.
As you perhaps know, Logos allows us to create reading plans for any book in our libraries, with the most popular being a plan to read through the Bible. People often email asking if it’s possible to create a chronological Bible reading plan, that is, they want to read the biblical events in the order that they actually happened. If you would like such a plan, here’s how to create it:
- Choose File | Reading Plan
- Name the plan something like Chronological Bible Reading Plan
- Select a Bible (from the drop down list) on which to base the plan
- Click the passage drop down list where you select the range of Scripture to be included in the plan
- Copy / Paste the biblical references from this text file into the New reference range box
Hint: Press Ctrl + A (PC) or Cmd + A (Mac) to select all text, then copy / paste like normal
- Name this range by typing in the Title box something like Chronological
- Click Save
- Select from the drop down lists the frequency and start / stop times for the plan
- Click Go to create the plan
This Chronological Bible Reading Plan will now be displayed in the ribbon of the Home Page!
How has reading the Bible in chronological order helped your Bible study? Leave a comment and let us know!