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John C Connell Jr. | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Feb 29 2016 4:54 AM

D. A. Carson's "For the Love of God" has no reading for February 29th.  Somehow it seems wrong to either skip a day or work ahead.  So I will read and meditate on Psalm 38.  

Anyone else faced with the same issue?  Solution??

-john

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Bruce Dunning | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 29 2016 5:42 AM

Some devotionals have February 29th e.g. My Utmost for His Highest and others do not. I'm guessing that reading plans are not as sophisticated to take into account leap year. As you say, it gave you extra time to meditation on Psalm 38. Smile

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William Gabriel | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 29 2016 6:24 AM

John C Connell Jr.:

D. A. Carson's "For the Love of God" has no reading for February 29th.  Somehow it seems wrong to either skip a day or work ahead.  So I will read and meditate on Psalm 38.  

Anyone else faced with the same issue?  Solution??

-john

The M'Cheyne reading plan is tied to dates (Jan 1, Mar 3, etc), and he didn't create an entry for Feb 29. For the Love of God is based on M'Cheyne, so there would have been no mediation to write for today.

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Crystal Leigh | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Mar 1 2016 10:30 AM

I have the same issue with the Connect the Testaments Bible Reading.  I have not found a solution within Logos to correct the "Today" date in the reading plan display for the Logos home page.  It shows a reading for Feb 29th in the print//export option but not on the side panel.  It just bugs me to have to go through the rest of the year with Today showing tomorrow's date.  The devotional reading that goes with the Connect the Testaments is correct.  Maybe I'm supposed to learn patience.

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JT (alabama24) | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Mar 1 2016 10:44 AM

Crystal Leigh:

I have the same issue with the Connect the Testaments Bible Reading.  I have not found a solution within Logos to correct the "Today" date in the reading plan display for the Logos home page.  It shows a reading for Feb 29th in the print//export option but not on the side panel.  It just bugs me to have to go through the rest of the year with Today showing tomorrow's date.  The devotional reading that goes with the Connect the Testaments is correct.  Maybe I'm supposed to learn patience.

Welcome Crystal! Smile

It sounds like you have a reading plan set up with 365 readings in a year old 366 days. Is that right? If so, please create a new thread in the L6 forum asking about adjusting reading plans. 

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