The chariots of Pharaoh 1 and his army he has thrown into the sea, and his chosen 2 officers were drowned 3 in the Red Sea.
I will place his hand over the sea, his right hand over the rivers. 1
But you trample on the sea with your horses, on the surging, raging waters. 1
The Lord 1 will cross the sea of storms and will calm its turbulence. The depths of the Nile will dry up, the pride of Assyria will be humbled, and the domination 2 of Egypt will be no more.
He shouted at 1 the Red Sea and it dried up; he led them through the deep water as if it were a desert.
and tossed 1 Pharaoh and his army into the Red Sea, for his loyal love endures,
Miriam sang in response 1 to them, “Sing to the Lord, for he has triumphed gloriously; the horse and its rider he has thrown into the sea.” 2
You walked through the sea; 1 you passed through the surging waters, 2 but left no footprints. 3
This is what the Lord says, the one who made a road through the sea, a pathway through the surging waters,
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
Now the coastlands will tremble on the day of your fall; the coastlands by the sea will be terrified by your passing.’ 1
He shouts a battle cry 1 against the sea 2 and makes it dry up; 3 he makes all the rivers 4 run dry. Bashan and Carmel wither; 5 the blossom of Lebanon withers.
Nevertheless the Lord will evict her and shove her fortifications 1 into the sea – she will be consumed by fire.
The water returned and covered the chariots and the horsemen and all the army of Pharaoh that was coming after the Israelites into the sea 1 – not so much as one of them survived! 2
Our ancestors in Egypt failed to appreciate your miraculous deeds, they failed to remember your many acts of loyal love, and they rebelled at the sea, by the Red Sea. 1
I the King, whose name is the Lord who rules over all, 1 swear this: I swear as surely as I live that 2 a conqueror is coming. He will be as imposing as Mount Tabor is among the mountains, as Mount Carmel is against the backdrop of the sea. 3
The Lord spoke 1 about Damascus. 2 “The people of Hamath and Arpad 3 will be dismayed because they have heard bad news. Their courage will melt away because of worry. Their hearts will not be able to rest. 4
But 1 the Lord hurled 2 a powerful 3 wind on the sea. Such a violent 4 tempest arose on the sea that 5 the ship threatened to break up! 6
Is the Lord mad at the rivers? Are you angry with the rivers? Are you enraged at the sea? 1 Is this why 2 you climb into your horse-drawn chariots, 3 your victorious chariots? 4
1 Then Moses and the Israelites sang 2 this song to the Lord. They said, 3 “I will sing 4 to the Lord, for he has triumphed gloriously, 5 the horse and its rider 6 he has thrown into the sea.