More Tips on Finding the Perfect Hymn for Sunday Morning

Last week’s post answered a user’s question on how to find hymns based on a Scripture reference. Today, using a feature called field searching, we’ll locate hymns written by a specific author, with a desired title, or containing certain words.

If you’re looking for a hymn, give this a go:

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Get 75% off the Works of Jonathan Edwards This Month Only!

 

Jonathan Edwards may be the greatest and most important theologian America has produced. His depth and breadth of knowledge across multiple disciplines, including the natural sciences and philosophy, would be impressive for a pastor working today. Edwards, however, didn’t have the luxury of having Bible software at his fingertips: he pastored a rural church and worked on the mission field in eighteenth century Massachusetts, reading everything he could get his hands on.

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On Sale This Month: The Analytical Bible Expositor

October’s monthly sale offers you a number of bargains, including the ever-popular 27-volume Analytical Bible Expositor series.

Through October 31, you’ll save 34% ($165.02) on John G. Butler’s chapter-by-chapter, verse-by-verse commentary. Obviously that’s a considerable savings, and hard to pass up. But what’s different about this series? Why is it so highly rated?

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Why the Way You Display Scripture in Church Matters

Your songs teach theology. Your prayers teach how to pray. Your church calendar teaches what to prioritize.

Everything teaches—even the little things.

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10 Quotes That Challenge the Way You Study the Bible

The Bible is mysterious, surprising—and often deeply misunderstood. There are many passages in Scripture that communicate important ideas and events clearly and simply, transcending differences in language and context. But there are also many passages that are downright perplexing, unusual, or weird. Studying these challenging parts of the Bible requires us to connect to the context of the biblical writers.

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Friday Roundup: Free Proclaim Offer, Paul Tripp Conference & More Bargains

Here’s another weekly roundup of videos, freebies, deals, and more from Faithlife.

Get Proclaim and media free with Logos 7!

Just in time to plan your Thanksgiving, Advent, and Christmas services: Get Logos 7 before Oct. 31 to unlock three free months of Proclaim church presentation software, along with 14,000-plus pieces of media, free. You’ll automatically add song lyrics, greet visitors with beautiful welcome slides, and enhance your services. After all, it’s Pastor Appreciation Month!

Get a personalized base package recommendation.

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4 Reasons (Besides 51% Off) to Get the Anchor Yale Bible This Month

 

You’ll save more than half off the regular price (51%!) on all 88 volumes of The Anchor Yale Bible through October 31. But that’s not the only reason it’s a perfect time to add this collection to your Logos library. Here are four more.

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Explore Different Views of Genesis 1–2

The creation account is one of the most debated and discussed passages in the Bible. Scholars and theologians have wrestled with the nature of Genesis 1–2 for years. There are a variety of different ways to read and understand the creation account from Genesis, some of which you may not have considered. A new Mobile Ed course, TH331 Perspectives on Creation: Five Views on Its Meaning and Significance, gives you the chance to learn more about several key positions held by top Old Testament scholars today.

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Repeat and Reuse: Using the Logos Word List Tool to Find Insight

Last week we looked at how the biblical authors used the same terms repeatedly in different passages to indicate emphasis. This week we will reuse the Word List tool to find repeated terms in a single passage—we’ll discover a second use of the literary device simply called repetition.

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Sale Extended: You Can Still Get Logos 7 Starter for under $200!

If you’ve never gotten Logos before, there’s still time to get your first package for under $200.

This is an unprecedented offer—the first time we’ve ever offered a Logos 7 base package for this low a price. And to help you get started with Logos, we’re extending this sale for another two weeks. Through October 31, you can get $100 off your first base package. If you choose Starter, that means you’ll pay less than $200. Have your eye on another package? You’ll still get $100 off.

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