Friends recently asked us whether it was possible to find things more easily in the articles. So a search has brought some results. You may find the suggestions useful in searching through the blogs. We have put these in the order in which they appear going down on the right hand side of the articles.
SEARCH. Using the Search Box at the top on the right hand side of the articles enables you to find names or Bible verses. For example if you are trying to find where I wrote about Corrie Ten Boom in one of the articles you can type “Corrie” or “Boom” into the Search box and click on SEARCH to take you to the relevant article.
If you want to find references to the book of Isaiah, you just type “Isaiah” into the search box, click on it and it will take you to all the articles in which Isaiah the person, or scripture references in the book of Isaiah are mentioned. The same applies to the other books of the Bible. To get quickly to an article you want, for example article number 003, simply type 003 into the Search Box and click on SEARCH. To find a Hebrew word such as “salach” just type that into the Search Box and click on SEARCH. And so on.
CALENDAR. This is another new item on the blog page. It is on the right hand side of the articles below “Recent Posts”. It shows the current month and below that you can go back to previous months. Some dates are high-lighted and when you put the cursor over those dates, it shows the number and name of the articles or blogs posted on that date. If you click on any of those high-lighted dates, it will take you to those articles or blogs.
INDEX. (Under “Categories”). I have included an Index on the right hand side of the page under “Categories”, which gives the Number of the Blog, its Title and the Date posted on the internet. The higher the Number, the more recent is the article or blog. So the first article is numbered 001. When the Index page is opened fully it is possible to click on the number of the blog you want and it will open up to that blog.
LINKS. I will be endeavouring to provide a link in some of the articles (will be in blue printing) where you can click on it to find more information in a previous article. For example clicking on this link will take you to the article on the late John Stott.
I hope these suggestions may be helpful.