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The Lord’s spirit took control of 1 Gideon. He blew a trumpet, 2 summoning the Abiezrites to follow him. 3
The builders to a man had their swords strapped to their sides while they were building. But the trumpeter 1 remained with me.
He sees the sword coming against the land, blows the trumpet, 1 and warns the people, 2
When he reached Seirah, 1 he blew a trumpet 2 in the Ephraimite hill country. The Israelites went down with him from the hill country, with Ehud in the lead. 3
When I and all who are with me blow our trumpets, you also blow your trumpets all around the camp. Then say, ‘For the Lord and for Gideon!’”
Jonathan attacked the Philistine outpost 1 that was at Geba and the Philistines heard about it. Then Saul alerted 2 all the land saying, “Let the Hebrews pay attention!”
Then Joab blew the ram’s horn and all the people stopped in their tracks. 1 They stopped chasing Israel and ceased fighting. 2
There Zadok the priest and Nathan the prophet will anoint 1 him king over Israel; then blow the trumpet and declare, ‘Long live King Solomon!’
Each of them quickly took off his cloak and they spread them out at Jehu’s 1 feet on the steps. 2 The trumpet was blown 3 and they shouted, “Jehu is 4 king!”
At that time 1 a large 2 trumpet will be blown, and the ones lost 3 in the land of Assyria will come, as well as the refugees in 4 the land of Egypt. They will worship the Lord on the holy mountain in Jerusalem. 5
Then the Lord will appear above them, and his arrow will shoot forth like lightning; the Lord God will blow the trumpet and will sally forth on the southern storm winds.
Then the woman went to all the people with her wise advice and they cut off Sheba’s head and threw it out to Joab. Joab 1 blew the trumpet, and his men 2 dispersed from the city, each going to his own home. 3 Joab returned to the king in Jerusalem.
Zadok the priest took a horn filled with olive oil 1 from the tent and poured it on 2 Solomon; the trumpet was blown and all the people declared, “Long live King Solomon!”
But suppose the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet to warn the people. Then the sword comes and takes one of their lives. He is swept away for his iniquity, 1 but I will hold the watchman accountable for that person’s death.’ 2