Lectionary resources in Logos Bible Software are designed to make it easy both to find the text for the day and to read it in the Bible translation of your choice.
The readings are arranged by calendar date, and the book automatically opens at the next set of readings. The lectionary gives the title, the season, and the liturgical color for each Sunday or feast. The text of the readings for the day is displayed in the translation you specify at the top of the panel, and the interface provides links that you can use to open your Bible or, if you right-click, to quickly open up Logos guides, tools, and searches for deeper study and sermon preparation. (Click the images to see them full size.)
For more general study, you can also find a complete list of readings organized by liturgical event (i.e., arranged more like a print lectionary that you can reuse year to year) in the “Index of Readings” found at the end of the lectionary.
The home page ribbon also gives you quick access to your lectionary. It displays the title and readings for the day and opens up your lectionary when you click.
To get your preferred lectionary to show up, prioritize it from Library.
In addition, the “Lectionaries” section of the Passage Guide allows you to quickly see where the passage you’re studying appears in your lectionaries. How and where a passage is used in a lectionary reveals important insights regarding the passage and its relationship to other biblical passages, feasts, and church teachings.
To get this section to show up in your Passage Guide, click “Add” on the Passage Guide title bar and select “Lectionaries.”