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The pillars 1 of the heavens tremble and are amazed at his rebuke. 2
A rebuke makes a greater impression on 1 a discerning person than a hundred blows on a fool. 2
At the sound of your battle cry, 1 O God of Jacob, both rider 2 and horse “fell asleep.” 3
It is burned 1 and cut down. They die because you are displeased with them. 2
Your shout made the waters retreat; at the sound of your thunderous voice they hurried off –
A wise son accepts 1 his father’s discipline, 2 but a scoffer 3 does not listen to rebuke.
The ransom 1 of a person’s 2 life is his wealth, but the poor person hears no threat. 3
It is better for a person to receive 1 a rebuke from those who are wise 2 than to listen to the song 3 of fools.
The depths 1 of the sea were exposed; the inner regions 2 of the world were uncovered by the Lord’s battle cry, 3 by the powerful breath from his nose. 4
The depths 1 of the sea 2 were exposed; the inner regions 3 of the world were uncovered by 4 your battle cry, 5 Lord, by the powerful breath from your nose. 6
One thousand will scurry at the battle cry of one enemy soldier; 1 at the battle cry of five enemy soldiers you will all run away, 2 until the remaining few are as isolated 3 as a flagpole on a mountaintop or a signal flag on a hill.”
Your children faint; they lie at the head of every street like an antelope in a snare. They are left in a stupor by the Lord’s anger, by the battle cry of your God. 1
For look, the Lord comes with fire, his chariots come like a windstorm, 1 to reveal his raging anger, his battle cry, and his flaming arrows. 2
Why does no one challenge me when I come? Why does no one respond when I call? 1 Is my hand too weak 2 to deliver 3 you? Do I lack the power to rescue you? Look, with a mere shout 4 I can dry up the sea; I can turn streams into a desert, so the fish rot away and die from lack of water. 5