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There is no actual speech or word, nor is its 1 voice literally heard.
The people of the earth will quake when they hear Babylon has been captured. Her cries of anguish will be heard by the other nations.” 1
The people said to Joshua, “We will worship 1 the Lord our God and obey him.” 2
The pomegranates have appeared 1 in the land, the time for pruning and singing 2 has come; the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land.
The people of the earth will quake when they hear of their downfall. 1 Their cries of anguish will be heard all the way to the Gulf of Aqaba. 2
The sound of the wings of the cherubim could be heard from the outer court, like the sound of the sovereign God 1 when he speaks.
We will obey what the Lord our God to whom we are sending you tells us to do. It does not matter whether we like what he tells us or not. We will obey what he tells us to do so that things will go well for us.” 1
Now it was reported 1 in the household of Pharaoh, “Joseph’s brothers have arrived.” It pleased 2 Pharaoh and his servants.
Just as we obeyed 1 Moses, so we will obey you. But 2 may the Lord your God be with you as he was with Moses!
As the temple was being built, only stones shaped at the quarry 1 were used; the sound of hammers, pickaxes, or any other iron tool was not heard at the temple while it was being built.
People were unable to tell the difference between the sound of joyous shouting and the sound of the people’s weeping, for the people were shouting so loudly 1 that the sound was heard a long way off.
Indeed, these are but the outer fringes of his ways! 1 How faint is the whisper 2 we hear of him! But who can understand the thunder of his power?”
Having heard everything, I have reached this conclusion: 1 Fear God and keep his commandments, because this is the whole duty 2 of man.
The people of 1 Heshbon and Elealeh cry out, their voices are heard as far away as Jahaz. For this reason Moab’s soldiers shout in distress; their courage wavers. 2
“A noise is heard on the hilltops. It is the sound of the people of Israel crying and pleading to their gods. Indeed they have followed sinful ways; 1 they have forgotten to be true to the Lord their God. 2
The snorting of the enemy’s horses is already being heard in the city of Dan. The sound of the neighing of their stallions 1 causes the whole land to tremble with fear. They are coming to destroy the land and everything in it! They are coming to destroy 2 the cities and everyone who lives in them!”
For the sound of wailing is soon to be heard in Zion. They will wail, 1 ‘We are utterly ruined! 2 We are completely disgraced! For our houses have been torn down and we must leave our land.’” 3
When Sanballat, Tobiah, Geshem the Arab, and the rest of our enemies heard that I had rebuilt the wall and no breach remained in it (even though up to that time I had not positioned doors in the gates),
Written in it were the following words: “Among the nations it is rumored 1 (and Geshem 2 has substantiated 3 this) that you and the Jews have intentions of revolting, and for this reason you are building the wall. Furthermore, according to these rumors 4 you are going to become their king.
The Lord says, “A sound is heard in Ramah, 1 a sound of crying in bitter grief. It is the sound of Rachel weeping for her children and refusing to be comforted, because her children are gone.” 2