See This Month’s 5 New Logos Cloud Features (and Why They Benefit You)

See This Month’s 5 New Logos Cloud Features (and Why They Benefit You)

Every six weeks, we roll out new updates, features, datasets, tools, and more to Logos Cloud subscribers. No matter where you are in your Bible study, Logos Cloud is here to help you find your way faster, engage with scripture easier, and experience unbelievably powerful Bible study. Our top priority is to help you engage with the Word, and it’s so easy to get started with your first month free.

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The Ugly Truth About How Busyness Affects Your Faith

The Ugly Truth About How Busyness Affects Your Faith

Our culture is consumed with busy schedules and perennial exhaustion. This often happens when we book our schedules to create the perception of overload, to feel productive, or to boost our self-esteem.

Perhaps this is because of pressure to succeed, to become something, to prove ourselves. But as Christians, we should be asking ourselves why this is the case. Is busyness biblical? How does it affect our faith and worldview? And what does scripture say?

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You, a Successful Seminarian

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What’s in your seminary toolbox? Do you have the right study tools to help you succeed? What’s your chance of making it through?

When you dig into scripture but don’t feel like you have the right study tools, it can be frustrating. Sure, you can buy all the right books, run a dozen Google searches, or pull out your trusty commentary hoping to find the right information, but there has be a better way.

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The Logos Base Package Owner’s Guide to Logos Cloud

The Logos Base Package Owner's Guide to Logos Cloud

One of the most common questions we receive is about the benefits of both owning a Logos 6 base package and subscribing to Logos Cloud.

Here’s the backstory.

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7 Facts You Might Not Know About the Angel Gabriel

7 Facts You Might Not Know About the Angel Gabriel

What do you know about the angel Gabriel?

He played a big role in Jesus’ birth story as the angel who told Mary she would birth the Son of God. But what else does the Bible say about the angel Gabriel?

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VIDEO: How to Stay On Track with Your Daily Devotionals

VIDEO: How to Stay On Track with Your Daily Devotionals

When it comes to daily devotionals, we each approach them differently.

Whether you begin each day by studying a passage from the Old Testament and one from the New Testament, working through a devotional book, or reading a different book each month, you’re probably looking for an easy way to stay on track.

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VIDEO: 3 Timely Encouragements for the Proverbs 31 Woman

VIDEO: 3 Timely Encouragements for the Proverbs 31 Woman

What are you struggling with today? Don’t be shy, it’s okay—we all have something we’re wrestling with.

Maybe you feel like Ann Voskamp in her blog post Light-hearted, where she says, “I wake heavy, a heart swollen with responsibilities, hurts, failures. The weight pushes me down into the mattress, smothering. I seriously consider it: surrendering. What if, just for today, I pull the covers over my head, a larger-than-life white flag of defeat. I just don’t think I can unpack another day; not today.”

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Your New Logos Cloud Features Are Here: September 2015

Your New Logos Cloud Features Are Here: September 2015

If you’re a member of Logos Cloud, thank you! We’re excited to be launching new features that are available to you now.

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How to Grow When You’re In a Spiritual Slump

How to Grow When You're In a Spiritual Slump

Every morning before work, I go to the gym. I challenge myself physically because I want to be stronger and healthier. When I know what I can handle in the gym, I’m more confident that I can handle other physical challenges. The time and effort is worth the results.

But sometimes when I go to the gym regularly, I still don’t see improvement. I keep trying to grow, but I can’t, because I’ve hit a plateau.

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How to Effectively Mend Any Damaged Relationship

How to Effectively Mend Any Damaged Relationship

Parts of this article originally appeared on the Faithlife blog.

While the world tells us vengeance can repay, Christians believe only forgiveness can heal deep relational wounds. Scripture tells us to confess our faults to one another (James 5:16), seek reconciliation (Matthew 5:23-24), and forgive (Ephesians 4:32).

But mending damaged relationships is hard. Asking for forgiveness is tough, and nobody actually likes to apologize.

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