To perform a simple search for sermons and illustrations, type your search terms into the search box on the left and press enter. The sidebar will switch over to the search results tab and automatically load the first submission. To view more search results, simply scroll down. Additional results will automatically load into the bottom of the sidebar as you scroll.
faith like a mustard seed
You can modify your search to only return results containing two or more of your terms by using the AND keyword. The OR keyword can be used to specify that you want results that may only match one of your terms. Use quotation marks to search for an exact phrase.
love AND patience
joy OR happiness
"walk with God"
joy AND "hard times"
(servant OR slave) AND (Jesus OR Christ)
Sermons.Logos.com also supports more advanced search syntax. Sermons are broken down into several sections, or fields:
author | The name of the contributor
title | The title of the submission
passage | Passages related to the submission
topic | Topics addressed by the submission, e.g.: forgiveness, marriage
tag | Tags attached to the submission, e.g.: men's retreat, Easter Sunday
type | 'sermon' or 'illustration'
language | The language the submission was written in, e.g.: en, es, ko
content | The full text of the submission
By default a search will look for matches in any field. You can also specify which field you want to search by inserting the name of the field directly before your search term.
tag:"Father's day" AND type:illustration
topic:"John the Baptist"
Bible references are treated as special search terms. Sermons.Logos.com understands verse ranges, and will match submissions that contain any references within the range you specify, not just the exact reference. If you search for John 3:15-17, you will also get results with John 3:16. A Bible reference is specified by using angle brackets, such as <Eph 2:8>. If you forget to use the angle brackets in a simple query, don't worry, it will still be recognized as a Bible reference.
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