Custom Reading Plan

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Christopher Dell | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, May 14 2019 2:32 PM

I would like for logos to calculate a daily one-year reading plan by dividing the daily OT reading into two and the NT reading into two equal parts like this:

Daily: OT | NT | OT | NT

One time through the OT and one time through the NT each year. It will easily do so for OT | NT by inputting this in the reference textbox: Ge-Mal | Mt-Re.

Instead, I am hoping for Ge-Mal divided equally into two sections (A & B); and Mt-Re divided evenly into two (A & B):

OT(A) | NT(A) | (OT(B) | NT(B)

The two OT readings will be longer than the two NT.

I could arbitrarily put in books for Logos to divide up, but that will make uneven daily readings.

Any suggestions?

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 14 2019 6:06 PM

Christopher Dell:

Instead, I am hoping for Ge-Mal divided equally into two sections (A & B); and Mt-Re divided evenly into two (A & B):

OT(A) | NT(A) | (OT(B) | NT(B)

I think you would have to be more specific e.g.

Ge-Ruth | Mt-Ro | 1 Sam-Mal | 1 Cor-Re

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 15 2019 5:37 AM

Christopher Dell:

One time through the OT and one time through the NT each year. It will easily do so for OT | NT by inputting this in the reference textbox: Ge-Mal | Mt-Re.

Instead, I am hoping for Ge-Mal divided equally into two sections (A & B); and Mt-Re divided evenly into two (A & B):

Welcome Big Smile

One idea is generating a reading plan for Ge-Mal | Mt-Re over 104 weeks to find midpoint so can create one year plan:

Ge-2Ch23 | Mt-Ac7.20 | 2Ch24-Ml | Ac7.21-Rv

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Christopher Dell | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 15 2019 12:24 PM

Thank you, Dave Hooton. I appreciate the suggestion. I have been investigating various book combinations.

And thank you, Keep Smiling 4 Jesus, for your clever, straightforward solution. It performed flawlessly using 104 weeks and drilling down to the halfway point on the 14th of May of next year; for reference, today is the 15th of May.

However, I did complicate the reading plan by excluding Psalms as I read through the Psalms each month elsewhere.

So excluding Psalms, using NASB95, starting today and finishing in one year I am using this:

Ge–1 Ch 3 | Mt–Ac 7:26 | 1 Ch 4:1–Job 42; Pr–Mal | Ac 7:27–Re

LEB or other Bible versions would be slightly different.

I only hope I have not made some neophyte mistake in the final plan that might precipitate missing verses or other gaps during the annual readings. For peace of mind, I wish there were a tool to parse the plan for completeness.

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