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  • Re: All instances of Metaphorical or Theological when pertaining to the word "Stand" -

    Thank you Jeremy Thompson.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jeremy Lobdell on Thu, Oct 1 2020
  • All instances of Metaphorical or Theological when pertaining to the word "Stand" -

    To Whom it May Concern: I"m preaching 1 Cor 15:1 This Sunday... 1 Corinthians 15:1 (ESV)Now I would remind you, brothers, of the gospel I preached to you, which you received, in which you stand , I know that I can right click on the lemma or root for Stand and find every occurrence of that word. That however brings up too many hits. I would like to
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jeremy Lobdell on Wed, Sep 30 2020
  • Re: How to Assign a Note to all Lemmas?

    Hi Thanks. Could you help me with # 1- " then add those references as note anchors " ? I'd love to do that in one fatal swoop (rather than individually copying and pasting each individual reference). Can you help me with that? If so, please provide specific steps to add all 79 verses as a note anchor in one action. Thank you!
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jeremy Lobdell on Wed, Feb 26 2020
  • How to Assign a Note to all Lemmas?

    Dear Friends, Thank you for your faithful and consistent help in the past. I appreciate it! I was wondering if you might help me do the following. Desired outcome = In every verse where the root (ελπις) appears, I'd like to also have a note anchored to that reference entitled "Hope" (ελπις
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jeremy Lobdell on Tue, Feb 25 2020
  • Removing OT quotes formatting without removing other highlights

    Hello Experts Would you be so kind as to help me with the following question? I would like to remove the Formatting of the OT quotes when reading the NT. Psalms and the like are often quoted in a poetic type format which means 1-6 words per line. I would prefer that the OT quotes stay on pace with the rest of the NT book's formatting while still maintaining
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jeremy Lobdell on Tue, Jan 28 2020
  • Subject: Jesus Verb: Touch*

    Would someone be so kind as to help me construct the following search query? I'd like to be able to find every incident in the NT of when Jesus physically touched someone. I'm thinking something like Subject = Jesus + Verb = "Touch [all forms]" = ____________________________??? (Hits) Would you be so kind as to show me how to set this up properly (Mark
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jeremy Lobdell on Tue, Aug 27 2019
  • Re: Same as Search

    Thank you Justin. This was exactly what I had in mind and was looking for. Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jeremy Lobdell on Wed, Jan 23 2019
  • Same as Search

    To Whom it May Concern, I'm currently preaching through Ephesians at our church. This book talks about the Church a lot. I'd like to be able to search the book of Ephesians to discover every time Paul refers to the Church. I can do a simple search like "church or body" but I feel like I might be missing something - as in when searching the same book
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jeremy Lobdell on Wed, Jan 23 2019
  • Subject and Verb search

    Hello Fellow God-lovers and Logos users. I have a question. I noticed that in Revelation 2:6 Jesus specifically says that He hates. Revelation 2:6 (ESV) 6 Yet this you have: you hate the works of the Nicolaitans, which I also hate. I'm also aware of Proverbs 6:16-19. So I'm wondering, how do I do a search which would include every reference where the
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Tue, Sep 18 2018
  • Relocating Data to maximize storage space on my drive

    Hello Everyone, I recently received the note below from one of our Tech people here at church. I was wondering if you could help direct me. Where does Logos typically store its data? Can I change the default location such that it will solve the issue described in the e-mail below without disrupting the function of the program? Thank you! Pastor Jeremy
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Thu, May 17 2018
  • Re: How to better view the chart

    Thank you Mr. Thomas. That helped.
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Fri, Aug 11 2017
  • Re: How to better view the chart

    Hi Andrew, Would you be so kind as to tell me how to do this? Thank you. Jeremy
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Fri, Aug 11 2017
  • search parameters for the idea; concept, God goes before you

    Hello Everyone, This week I'm preparing to preach on the beautiful passage of 2 Samuel 5. Verse 24 in particular caught my attention... 2 Samuel 5:24 (ESV) 24 And when you hear the sound of marching in the tops of the balsam trees, then rouse yourself, for then the Lord has gone out before you to strike down the army of the Philistines.” I'm fascinated
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Wed, Aug 2 2017
  • Re: How to better view the chart

    Hi Dave, Thank you for chiming in (no-one else has yet). I did try your suggestion, but to no avail. Instead of giving me the chart I see in the original screen shot, I get an entirely different chart. A dumbed-down version with much less detail, artwork, etc. I'm not really interested in this version (see below). What I want is the actual shot I see
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Fri, Jul 28 2017
  • How to better view the chart

    Hello Fellow Logos-user... I have a question. I'm currently preaching through the life of David ( www.mefchurch.org ) I see that Faithlife Study Bible Infographics has an amazing chart on his life entitled "The Life of David" However, When I look at this chart, I am unable to remove the white space below it which contains its title "The Life of David
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Wed, Jul 26 2017
  • What pleases God?

    Hello Everyone, I'm preaching Jonah 4 this week. One clear point that arises from the text is the difference between Jonah's pleasure and God's. What pleases God, displeases Jonah. It seems to me, that the right way to do things is to align our pleasures with God's and not try to make Him align His pleasures with ours. I'd like to make that point this
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Wed, May 24 2017
  • How to insert a paragraph break in my Bible Text

    Hello Everyone, I'm reading James 5:13. It sounds kinda punchy to me - short, terse, concise, rhetorical, perhaps even parallel sentences. I'd like to be able to represent that effect in my Bible text to look something like this... Is anyone among you suffering? Let Him pray [return] Is anyone cheerful? Let him sing praise [return] Is anyone among you
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Tue, Mar 14 2017
  • Exporting ENTIRE note file

    Dear Fellow Users, Would you be so kind as to explain to me in the most clear and simple way possible, how to export an ENTIRE note file to a pdf or MS Word document? For example, I have a note file on the book of Galatians. It contains notes on every single verse. When I attempt to "print/export" I only get the option to print/export for one verse
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jeremy Lobdell on Fri, Nov 18 2016
  • Angry God or Anger of God?

    Hello Everyone, Thank you for your help. I'm looking forward to your creative answers. In English...there is a difference between saying: "Angry God" (where "angry" is an adjective that describes how God is...) versus "The anger of God" (which describes anger as something he possesses). Consequently, I would like to know, how do I do a morphological
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Thu, Aug 11 2016
  • A search to find all of Jesus' large group or traditional teaching ministry settings...

    Recently, someone made the case to me that we should de-emphasize the pulpit ministry in favor of smaller (1-4 person) gathering in informal settings claiming that Jesus employed such methods as his primary means of discipleship with the Disciples. I seem to recall a number of incidents where Jesus was found in the temple teaching and other scenarios
    Posted to General by Jeremy Lobdell on Mon, Apr 25 2016
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