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The Lord’s shout is powerful, 1 the Lord’s shout is majestic. 2
The sound of battle comes from the city; the sound comes from the temple! It is the sound of the Lord paying back his enemies.
Moses 1 said, “It is not the sound of those who shout for victory, 2 nor is it the sound of those who cry because they are overcome, 3 but the sound of singing 4 I hear.” 5
I will put an end to the sounds of joy and gladness, to the glad celebration of brides and grooms in these lands. 1 I will put an end to the sound of people grinding meal. I will put an end to lamps shining in their houses. 2
When Joshua heard the noise of the people as they shouted, 1 he said to Moses, “It is the sound of war in the camp!”
Terrifying sounds fill 1 his ears; in a time of peace marauders 2 attack him.
the voices of the nobles fell silent, 1 and their tongues stuck to the roof of their mouths.
The Lord deserves praise, 1 for he has heard my plea for mercy! 2
The Lord’s shout strikes 1 with flaming fire. 2
Praise 1 our God, you nations! Loudly proclaim his praise! 2
Cries of anguish will arise in Horonaim, ‘Oh, the ruin and great destruction!’
The noise of battle can be heard in the land of Babylonia. 1 There is the sound of great destruction.
Then the Lord spoke to you from the middle of the fire; you heard speech but you could not see anything – only a voice was heard. 1
When Eli heard the outcry, 1 he said, “What is this commotion?” 2 The man quickly came and told Eli.
1 There is a loud noise on the mountains – it sounds like a large army! 2 There is great commotion among the kingdoms 3 – nations are being assembled! The Lord who commands armies is mustering forces for battle.
Listen, 1 your watchmen shout; in unison they shout for joy, for they see with their very own eyes 2 the Lord’s return to Zion.
I will put an end to the sounds of joy and gladness, or the glad celebration of brides and grooms throughout the towns of Judah and the streets of Jerusalem. For the whole land will become a desolate wasteland.”
When they moved, I heard the sound of their wings – it was like the sound of rushing waters, or the voice of the Almighty, 1 or the tumult 2 of an army. When they stood still, they lowered their wings.
I listened to his voice, 1 and as I did so 2 I fell into a trance-like sleep with my face to the ground.
Listen to the howling of shepherds, because their magnificence has been destroyed. Listen to the roaring of young lions, because the thickets of the Jordan have been devastated.