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How to See More Pages of the Search

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1. Frequently the question arises after a search has been made, "How do I see the rest of the verses?" Following is a brief tutorial explaining how to navigate to further sections of one's search results. We will start out with a word search for "Jesus" from the homepage (http://www.blueletterbible.org).

2. On the results page, we can see that "Jesus" occurs in 942 verses; this is a lot to display on one page.

3. So, you will see if you scroll to the bottom of the results, we have divided the content onto 19 separate pages. Immediately below the title "Search Results Continued...", you will find links to each of these 19 pages of verses contain the word "Jesus." The number of the page is followed immediately by the verse range in which the reference falls; for example, all the references on page five "5" occur between Mar 8:17-Mar 14:53.

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