You can also see another detail here that’s worth mentioning. Above each Search
Phrase, the Search Statistics for each phrase has changed. The phrase “in Christ”
now says: “Number of Occurrences: 2/77/77”. And the phrase “church” now
says: “Number of Occurrences: 2/77/80”. The last 77 (for “in Christ”) or 80 (for
“church”) has the same meaning as before, indicating that that phrase is found a
total of 77 times, or 80 times respectively, in the Entire Bible.
The middle number is the number of occurrences of the Search Phrase within the
“Selected Search Text” (or Search Within setting). In this case, the “Selected
Search Text” is currently set to “Old Testament” and “New Testament” or the
“Entire Bible” except for “Colophons” and “Superscriptions”.
More will be discussed about Colophons and Superscriptions later, but from this
search alone you see that “in Christ” doesn't appear in any of the Colophons or
Superscriptions, since the middle number is 77 and matches the last 77, which is
the number for the Entire Bible.
But “church” appears 3 times in the Colophons and Superscriptions – specifically,
if you search it out, they are in the Colophons at the ending of Romans, 2 Timothy,
and Titus. And so there's 77 in the “Selected Search Text”, which is the Old
Testament and New Testament without the Colophons and Superscriptions, but 80
times in the Entire Bible.
But now, unlike our previous search examples, the first number, which is showing
2 for this search, is now different from the number of counts in the “Selected
Search Text” (or middle number) and indicates that only 2 of the occurrences of
each of these Search Phrases are actually contributing to the Search Results when
combined with the other Search Phrases for the given Search Scope.
In other words, there are 2 occurrences of each of these Search Phrases found
together in the “Same Verse”.
Now that we have multiple phrases and a narrow Search Scope, the Search Results
Verse Detail Popup makes more sense, or is at least more useful: