How to Use the Logos Find Feature to Locate Verses in the Bible

woman at desk uses Logos Bible Software on laptop

Recently as I was studying the Bible, I wanted to go to the verse stating the Galatians would have given Paul their eyes if possible. I knew it was, of course, in the book of Galatians—and I thought later in the letter—but for the life of me, I couldn’t remember the verse. I didn’t want to interrupt my flow of study with an in-depth search, so I employed the simple Find feature to help me locate the verse.

Try this:

  • Open a Bible to Galatians 3 (A)
  • Open Find with a keystroke: (B)
    • Windows: Ctrl + F
    • Mac: Cmd + F
  • Type eyes in the Find box (C)
  • Notice the word eyes is highlighted in Galatians 3:1 but that’s not the verse we’re looking for (D)

  • Click the Next result (down arrow) (E)
  • Notice the Bible jumps to Galatians 4:15 which is the verse we want! (F)

Make sure to keep Find close at hand because it’s very helpful in locating specific verses when you know you’re in the neighborhood!

For a more detailed explanation about the Find feature, as well as in-depth Searching, please check out a subscription to mpseminars.com, where you’ll find 24/7 access to thousands of videos to help you unleash the power of Logos!

Share
Written by
Morris Proctor

Morris Proctor (1961–2023) was a certified trainer for Logos Bible Software and founder of MP Seminars. Morris trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, and his team continues to provide many training materials.

View all articles

Your email address has been added

Written by Morris Proctor
Explore top resources on counseling, mental health, grief, pain, and loss.
Unlock curated libraries and Bible study tools for up to 30% off with your first Logos 10 package.