10     those who oppose the Lord will be broken.(A)
The Most High will thunder(B) from heaven;
    the Lord will judge(C) the ends of the earth.

“He will give strength(D) to his king
    and exalt the horn(E) of his anointed.”

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13 The Lord thundered(A) from heaven;
    the voice of the Most High resounded.[a]

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Footnotes

  1. Psalm 18:13 Some Hebrew manuscripts and Septuagint (see also 2 Samuel 22:14); most Hebrew manuscripts resounded, / amid hailstones and bolts of lightning

33 to him who rides(A) across the highest heavens, the ancient heavens,
    who thunders(B) with mighty voice.(C)

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17 The clouds poured down water,(A)
    the heavens resounded with thunder;(B)
    your arrows(C) flashed back and forth.

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13 When he thunders,(A) the waters in the heavens roar;
    he makes clouds rise from the ends of the earth.
He sends lightning(B) with the rain(C)
    and brings out the wind from his storehouses.(D)

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30 “Now prophesy all these words against them and say to them:

“‘The Lord will roar(A) from on high;
    he will thunder(B) from his holy dwelling(C)
    and roar mightily against his land.
He will shout like those who tread(D) the grapes,
    shout against all who live on the earth.

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11 The Lord(A) thunders(B)
    at the head of his army;(C)
his forces are beyond number,
    and mighty is the army that obeys his command.
The day of the Lord is great;(D)
    it is dreadful.
    Who can endure it?(E)

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He said:

“The Lord roars(A) from Zion
    and thunders(B) from Jerusalem;(C)
the pastures of the shepherds dry up,
    and the top of Carmel(D) withers.”(E)

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