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- Submitted: Aug 05 2012 09:03 PM
- Last Updated: Aug 06 2012 11:33 AM
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- Author: Octavius Winslow
- e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
- Tab Name: Morning Thoughts
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Winslow Octavius - Morning Thoughts (UPDATED) 2
Devotional Christian Living Biblical Studies
9.x - 10.x
"Morning Thoughts" by Octavius Winslow
Originally text was published in 1856 and 1858 and is in the public domain. This DEVX module was created (with kind permission) from the HTML format of the devotional found at Grace Gems, http://www.gracegems...%20THOUGHTS.htm
Morning Thoughts, or Daily Walking with God (1856)
by Octavius Winslow
Formatted for e-Sword by David Cox email@example.com
UPDATES & CORRECTIONS:
On August 4, 2012 this module was reformatted and corrected for the eSword program and posted on Biblesupport dot com. by LarryG, Fargo North Dakota (USA). Actions taken:
1] Scripture headings for each day were centered with italicization.
2] Scripture was properly tooltipped.
3] A high percentage of scriptural errors (7%-10% of the total scriptures quoted) were corrected so that the scriptural reference matched the scripture being quoted.
4] A margin was added to each side of the text to aid in reading. The text no longer rests hard against the devotional window.
5] A devotion now exists for Feb 29th (Leap Year) where one did not exist before.
6] The RTF Master for this module has been added to the zip file. Use it as you wish or discard the file. This module is FREE to use, free and without obligation. Blessings. lg
CAUTION: This resource master (found at Grace Gems) was discovered to have MANY wrong scriptural references. Apparently these errors were transported into the original module. I have seen this before, even in photocopies of original books that were printed over 100 years ago. The adage, "Trust but verify" comes to mind.
I'm pretty sure that I've found all the wrong scriptural references, but if not the RTF master is enclosed, making it possible for 'whomever' to re-work and further update this module without much effort.
What's New in Version 2 (See full changelog)
- 1] Formatting
- 2] Scripture tooltipping
- 3] Scripture reference corrections