For the phrase “the”, this result is number 53373 within the Entire Bible and
53373 within our Search Scope, since our currently selected Search Scope is
“Anywhere in Selected Search Text (Unscoped)” and the Search Within search
text is the “Entire Bible”. This detail will be much more useful when you later
narrow down the Search Scope and combine searches with additional phrases.
If you use this program much, you’ll quickly memorize the statistics of the King
James Bible and you’ll instantly know there are 790849 Words, 31102 Verses, 1189
Chapters, and 66 Books in the entire text.
However, here’s an interesting fact for you: In the book of Revelation, there are
11995 words. If you were to include the complete proper title of that book, “The
Revelation of Jesus Christ” (or even the often attributed title of “The Revelation
of Saint John”), which is 5 words, you have exactly 12000 words! I think that’s
very interesting given all of the twelves and 12000’s in that book.
In fact, there's been some substantial evidence from several other searches that
the entire text of the 1611 Authorized King James Bible including Book Titles,
Chapter Subtitles (or “Superscriptions”) like those in the book of Psalms, and the
Book Colophon text, which is the closing text at the end of many of the Epistles,
such as Romans, are divinely inspired as well and present similar counting
patterns and should be included in the King James Code counting analysis.
As such, King James Pure Bible Search allows counting of Superscriptions and
Colophons along with the Text Proper. More details on this will be covered later.
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