When you hear them sound a long blast(A) on the trumpets, have the whole army give a loud shout;(B) then the wall of the city will collapse and the army will go up, everyone straight in.”

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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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10 They will follow the Lord;
    he will roar(A) like a lion.(B)
When he roars,
    his children will come trembling(C) from the west.(D)

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16 The Lord will roar(A) from Zion
    and thunder from Jerusalem;(B)
    the earth and the heavens will tremble.(C)
But the Lord will be a refuge(D) for his people,
    a stronghold(E) for the people of Israel.

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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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Does a lion roar(A) in the thicket
    when it has no prey?(B)
Does it growl in its den
    when it has caught nothing?

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The lion(A) has roared(B)
    who will not fear?
The Sovereign Lord has spoken—
    who can but prophesy?(C)

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