Even if you spend time studying God’s Word in depth every day, chances are you read the Bible devotionally as well. But staying on track with your Bible reading can be challenging. One solution is to find a good Bible reading plan. There are lots out there, but every person’s goals for Bible reading are unique.
In Logos, you can create customized Bible reading plans that fit your needs, build reading plans for other books in your library, export your reading plan to your favorite desktop calendar, and easily readjust your plan if you fall behind. In this video, one of our Logos Pros walks you through the many ways you can customize your reading plans with Logos.
Customize your reading plans
Resources for reading plans
With Logos, you can create reading plans out of any resource in your library. Here are a few that are worth diving into on a regular schedule.
- D.A, Carson Love of God Collection – This popular collection of devotional resources from acclaimed scholar D.A. Carson perfectly balances astute theological insight with heartfelt, spiritual application. Volumes 1 and 2 of For the Love of God are broken into 365 daily reading corresponding to the classic Bible reading plan developed by Scottish pastor Robert Murray McCheyne.
- Luther’s Works – Have you ever set an ambitious goal—like reading all of Luther’s works—only to lose momentum and eventually give up completely? With customizable reading plans in Logos, you can set realistic goals and tweak them as you go along. Reading all of Luther’s works is a noble goal, and with the customization offered in Logos, it just might be an attainable one, too!
- Reformed Dogmatics – Geerhard Vos’ five-volume dogmatics has long been a classic of Reformed theology. The only problem? It’s never been translated into English—until now. Dig into this classic work with a customized reading plan.