Hi all, I am CofE Anglican and am trying to use the Cambridge BCP 1662. I am noticing that when looking at lessons, the readings specified in the books calender correspond with the readings specified in the daily prayer app? I appreciate daily prayer can be in contemporary mode or traditional BCP mode but it doesn't matter which version of daily office I look at none of it is matching up to my BCP. I'll give an example, this evenings prayers in the BCP calender says to use Genesis 18 1-17 and Acts 7 through to 8 v5. However when I look at the daily prayer app in the traditional BCP mode the readings are from Joshua and Hebrews respectively. I cannot see reference to the readings from Joshua and Hebrews on today's date anywhere in the hard-copy BCP. Can anyone explain what I am getting wrong here as I've noticed this across all my readings so I'm obviously not using the calendar of lessons the CofE is following? Also in addition to the calendar of lessons, there are other scripture readings under a table called 'proper lessons" and this provides two gatherer readings but I couldn't see reference to these being read in evening prayer, are these just for a specific even song service and not to be used in evening prayers? One last query, so I have two different sets of scripture readings as I've tried to explain above, but if I go to today's collect and readings for the first Sunday after the epiphany (today's church date) there are two further readings from roman's and Luke? Within the order of service for evening prayer it just says to read a lesson from the old/new testament at the corresponding points in the process of the service. So is it the roman's/luke readings, the Genesis act's readings or the romans Luke readings!? I'm confused here and am just waiting to make sure I am following the churches designated readings. I'm inclined to actually follow the app as I know this is accurate for the CofE but where are these readings specified in the BCP? Could it be that I'm using the wrong version of BCP? Any assistance would be warmly welcomed and I'm happy to clarify further as I'm sure this reads quite jumbled and rambling.