Workflow on Nonconsecutive Passages

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LaRosa Johnson | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jan 23 2019 8:25 AM

I'm currently going through a Bible reading plan (Foundations 260) and using a custom Workflow to do my daily journaling. Some of the readings have nonconsecutive passages. It'd be nice if we had the ability to enter multiple passages into a single workflow.

A couple samplings from my reading plan where this would be helpful are:

Genesis 33; 35 or Psalm 18; 2 Samuel 9

Yes. I know I can anchor the passage to the note after the fact, but it'd be nice to have as part of the workflow.

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Fred Chapman | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 24 2019 4:01 PM

This is a good idea. You may want to make this suggestion in the suggestions forum

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NB.Mick | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 24 2019 6:06 PM

LaRosa Johnson:
It'd be nice if we had the ability to enter multiple passages into a single workflow.

Fredc:
This is a good idea. You may want to make this suggestion in the suggestions forum

Actually FL knows about this - which is more than a good idea but rather an absolute necessity for people working their services/sermons/homilies or devotions from a lectionary, which typically contain a number of multiple prescribed readings (such as OT text, Psalm, Gospel, NT Letters).

Or I'm thinking of the Moravian Texts (a.k.a. "daily watchwords") which have a randomly picked verse from the OT plus a verse from the NT that was deliberately chosen to illuminate/conform/enhance/relate to the OT verse. A workflow should allow for a number of verses and then have the steps applied to each of them or to them as a group, as appropriate. 

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