How to Enjoy Resources in Your Faithlife Study Bible App is home to more than 46,000 Bible study resources, like commentaries, Bible dictionaries, systematic theologies, collected works, sermon archives, journals, lexicons, handbooks, devotionals, lectionaries, and more. And many of them can be enjoyed inside your Faithlife Study Bible. Here’s a quick explanation of how to do it.

Pick out a resource from

On, you can read a brief overview of the book in question and even see inside it. At the bottom of each product page, you can browse through customer reviews and ratings. Return here after you’ve used the book for a while to post a rating and review of your own to guide others.
When you see a resource that you’d like to own, look for the note “Runs on Windows, Mac, and mobile.” It’s listed just below the star rating. If you see this, you know the resource is available inside your Faithlife Study Bible app.

Checkout using your Logos account

The account you created when you downloaded the Faithlife Study Bible is the same account you want to use when you check out with a new book on This is important! If you check out with a different account, your books won’t be available in your FSB, because they’re connected to a different account. If you ever have questions about your Logos and Faithlife account, email us at We’d love to help you sort it out.

Open it in your Faithlife Study Bible

After purchasing a mobile-ready book on, it will be waiting for you in your FSB’s “Resources” menu. Just tap “Resources” and then “Library” to browse or search through all the digital books you own. Some resources, especially Bible dictionaries, may also display in-line links as you’re reading Scripture, making your study notes even more thorough and powerful.

You can also access your books through a computer at In either reading pane, click on the book title to scroll or search through your library.

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Written by
Ray Deck III

Born in WV, Ray escaped to North Carolina at a young age. He came to Logos after an 8 year stint at a faith-based nonprofit in New York. When he is not assembling sequences of words, he’s probably running, surfing or shooting skeet, but you should probably go look for him. He has a terrible sense of direction and is probably lost.

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