Bible Gateway Blogger Grid, a Refresher

Bible Gateway iconRegulars at The Master’s Table have probably noticed a couple of things. In the left-hand sidebar, for several years now, Our Daily Bread links and the Verse-of-the-Day from Bible Gateway are updated daily. If you click “Read Now” under the ODB header you will be directed to the current day’s devotional. It only takes a couple of minutes to read or you can click to hear it instead. If you click the Bible Gateway header image you will be directed to the Bible Gateway website. If you click the highlighted scripture reference you will taken directly to those verses on Bible Gateway. I always post ESV but you can change the translation or do side-by-side comparisons at the touch of a button.

The other thing you may or may not have noticed is that in-line scripture references made in blog posts are linked to Bible Gateway as well. I can’t believe the Bible Gateway Blogger Grid dates back to 2014. The Master’s Table is listed on their website as a Blogger Grid member. To participate a Christian blogger needs to link biblical references to Bible Gateway and use the hashtag bgbg2 when sharing on Facebook and Twitter. Bible Gateway gets free advertising in the Christian blogosphere and in turn traffic is driven to the member blogs by Bible Gateway. If you are interesting in learning more click here to visit the Bible Gateway Blog. 

For a while there Happy Monday was the only thing being posted consistently and there are no scripture links. I’ve been trying to get back in the saddle over the past couple of weeks and in so doing need to get back to linking passages of scripture to Bible Gateway and using the #bgbg2 tag. Have you read your Bible lately? Lots of good stuff in there.

 

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