Create Customized Reading Plan?

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Keith | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 12 2011 8:32 AM

I enjoy your postings and find them useful.  I would like to know how you are able to create the snapshot of the Logos software page that you use as an example?  The reason I ask is that there are times that I would like to print a portion of what I am studying with the exact page information, similar to what you have done in the post.  Still have not figured out how to do it.   Any suggestions?

Blessings

Keith Hudson

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Keith | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 12 2011 8:35 AM

Phillip, the information is useful in customizing a reading plan.  How were you able to post the snapshots of the Logos pages the way you did and the colorful notes that point to specific information?  This is a useful teaching tool when developing a study guide for a lesson plan, can you advise regarding how you did this?

Blessings

Keith Hudson

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Jeremiah | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Nov 17 2012 12:45 PM

I run the website http://bibletogether.com where I have created a custom reading plan. I would like to create a reading plan for my FaithLife Group that I have linked up with BibleTogether.

Here is my problem …

We read five days per week, but the readings are not all of equal length. For example, we may read 20-3 chapters on Monday, but only 3 verses on Friday. When I enter my selections and click generate in Logos it reconfigures what to read on which day to make them equal length.

Here is what I am putting in the range field.

Genesis 27-29; Nehemiah 8:1-18; Acts 4-6; Ezra 11, Ps 86; 2 Timothy 3:10-17; Genesis 30-32; Nehemiah 9:1-37; Acts 5-9; Ezra 12, Ps 91; Jude 17-23; Genesis 33-35; Nehemiah 9:38-10:39; Acts 10-12; Malachi 1, Ps 91; Romans 1:16-17; Genesis 36-38; Nehemiah 11:1-36; Acts 13-15; Malachi 2:1-9, Ps 100; 1 Corinthians 15:12-28; Genesis 39-41; Nehemiah 12:1-26; Acts 16-18; Malachi 2:10-16, Ps 113; Ephesians 3:7-13; Is 9:2-7; Luke 1-2; Is 40, 42:1-9, 43; John 1:1-18; Luke 24:13-35; Genesis 42-44; Nehemiah 12:27-47; Acts 19-21; Malachi 2:17-3:5, Ps 121; Revelation 21:1-8; Genesis 45-47; Nehemiah 13:1-14; Acts 22-25; Malachi 3:6-15, Ps 133; Revelation 5:9-10; Genesis 48-50; Nehemiah 13:15-30; Acts 26-28; Malachi 3:16-4:6; 150; Ephesians 5:22-33

I was hoping that the ; would delineate a break to the next day and that the , would indicate keep together as one day. But it doesn't seem to work this way. Is there a way to create a truly custom reading plan where I tell it specifically what to read on which days?

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John J. Benk | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Mar 16 2013 8:13 PM

Hi Halo Hound, I have tried to use my old yearly Bible reading plan from Libronix, which was OT+Psalms+full chapter of Proverbs+NC, daily, um, how do I get a chapter of proverbs a day in the mix?  it seems to always default to a verse or two?

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spitzerpl | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Mar 17 2013 2:29 AM

JOHN BENK:

Hi Halo Hound, I have tried to use my old yearly Bible reading plan from Libronix, which was OT+Psalms+full chapter of Proverbs+NC, daily, um, how do I get a chapter of proverbs a day in the mix?  it seems to always default to a verse or two?

you need to repeat proverbs the number of times you wasn't to go through it in a year. It will look something like this GEN-mal|psalms,psalms|proverbs,proverbs, proverbs,proverbs,proverbs...(proverbs 12 times will repeat it each month)|matt-rev. I can't guarantee it will do exact chapters though. 

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