In the year 1611, when the King James Version of the Bible was published, William Shakespeare was 46 and 47 years old. The 46th word from the start of the 46th Psalm is shake, and the 47th word from the end is spear. Also, the 14th word is will, and the 32nd word from the end is am, preceded by I. And 14 + 32 = 46.
Remarkably, these coincidences obtain also in Richard Taverner’s 1539 Bible, which uses a different wording.
(J. Karl Franson, “A Myth About the Bard,” Word Ways 27:3 [August 1994], 154.)