You will now see that the middle number in the “Number of Occurrences” text
above the Search Phrase has changed and is showing 137. That means that the
phrase “of the Lord” is found 137 times in the New Testament, but is found 1744
times in the Entire Bible, as indicated by the last number.
Hint: The last number in the Number of Occurrences above the Search Phrase will
always be the number of occurrences in the Entire Bible, regardless of what is
selected for the Search Within text. The middle number of the Number of
Occurrences will always be the number of occurrences within the text specified by
the Search Within setting. And the first number will always be the number of
occurrences that this particular Search Phrase is contributing to the overall Search
Since our Search Within setting is New Testament, for this example, we see that
the Search Results indicates the 137 occurrences are found in 130 Verses, 79
Chapters, and 18 Books within the New Testament and any Colophons and
Superscriptions within the New Testament.
With the Colophons and Superscriptions, if either or both of them are selected
without selecting any other parts of the Bible, then the search will be only within
the Colophons and/or Superscriptions. However, if you select Colophons and/or
Superscriptions in addition to another part of the Bible, then the search will be
in the selected part of the Bible and the Colophons and/or Superscriptions
within that selected part, but not the Colophons and/or Superscriptions of the
unselected parts of the Bible.
In other words, using our last search example, we had the New Testament
selected along with Colophons and Superscriptions. Therefore, the Colophons
and Superscriptions within the New Testament will be searched, but no
Colophons nor Superscriptions within the Old Testament are searched.
but only 77
within the Old
are in the
Colophons of the New Testament.