(*) While the text and word counts have been completely cross-verified and
believed to be 100% accurate in King James Pure Bible Search, the red-letter
markup has some known discrepancies, as evidenced in differences between
versions 2.3 and 2.5 of the SWORD KJV Modules. While every effort has been
made to make sure the red-lettering is accurate and representative, red-lettering
divinely inspired part of the King James Bible, and should therefore only be
considered and used as a study guide.
(**) King James Pure Bible Search allows searching of Superscriptions and
Colophons, but (currently) not Book Titles. There's some indications in the very
King James Code itself that lends credence to the possibility that these portions
are divinely inspired as well.
For example, searching for “lov*” in the “Text Proper” yields 554 occurrences.
However, one of the Superscriptions of Psalms (Psalm 45 to be exact), contains
“loves”. If you count it too, you have 555 occurrences of any form of the word
“love”. This follows in the King James Code pattern where we see “Christ” found
And while King James Pure Bible Search doesn't search Book Titles, the Book of
Revelation has 11995 words. If you add the five words of its proper title, you get
exactly 12000 words.