Analysis of ACCORDING TO SCRIPTURE



IF  YOU  MISS  THE  RAPTURE  HERES  WHATS  COMING  NEXT,
ACCORDING  TO  WHATS  WRITTEN  IN  THE  BIBLICAL   TEXT.
YOU  WILL  EXPERIENCE  A  TIME  WORSE  THAN  EVER  BEFORE,
ACCORDING  TO  JESUS   IN  ST.  MATTHEWS  GOSPEL  CHAPTER  24.
TO  BE  MORE  SPECIFIC  READ  VERSE  21,  WHICH  WAS  PROPHESIED
BY  GODS  ONLY  SON.
PLEASE  RECEIVE  THE  SALVATION  CHRIST  HAS  PROVIDED  FOR  YOU,
AS  ST.  PAUL  HAS  SAID  ANYONE  WHO  RECEIVES  JESUS  IS  MADE
COMPLETELY  BRAND  NEW.


Scheme AABCDEFGF
Poetic Form
Metre 11101010101 0101010001001 11010001111001 01011001101010 111010111110 11101 10100101101011 11111101011011 01011
Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 476
Words 78
Sentences 6
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 9
Lines Amount 9
Letters per line (avg) 37
Words per line (avg) 15
Letters per stanza (avg) 330
Words per stanza (avg) 137
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Submitted by Humpty1 on November 15, 2021

Modified on March 05, 2023

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