Trouvé 78 Résultats pour: trumpet

  • Hands shall not touch him, but he shall be crushed with stones, or he shall be pierced through with darts. Whether it be a beast or a man, he shall not live. For when the trumpet begins to sound, perhaps they might go up toward the mountain.” (Exodus 19, 13)

  • And now, the third day arrived and the morning dawned. And behold, thunders began to be heard, and also lightning flashed, and a very dense cloud covered the mountain, and the noise of the trumpet resounded vehemently. And the people who were in the camp were fearful. (Exodus 19, 16)

  • And the sound of the trumpet gradually increased to be louder, and extended to be longer. Moses was speaking, and God was answering him. (Exodus 19, 19)

  • Then all the people considered the voices, and the lights, and the sound of the trumpet, and the smoking mountain. And being terrified and struck with fear, they stood at a distance, (Exodus 20, 18)

  • And you shall sound the trumpet in the seventh month, on the tenth day of the month, at the time of the atonement, throughout all your land. (Leviticus 25, 9)

  • Then, at the second sounding of the trumpet with the same cadence, those who live toward the south shall take up their tents. And the remainder shall act in like manner, when the trumpets shall reverberate for a departure. (Numbers 10, 6)

  • And when the voice of the trumpet sounds longer and with interruptions, and it increases in your ears, then all the people shall cry out together with a very great shout, and the walls of the city shall fall to the foundation, and they shall enter it, each from a place opposite where they are standing.” (Joshua 6, 5)

  • And immediately he sounded the trumpet on Mount Ephraim. And the sons of Israel descended with him, he himself advancing at the front. (Judges 3, 27)

  • But the Spirit of the Lord entered Gideon, who, sounding the trumpet, summoned the house of Abiezer so that he might follow him. (Judges 6, 34)

  • When the trumpet in my hand blares out, you also shall sound the trumpets, on every side of the camp, and shout together to the Lord and to Gideon.” (Judges 7, 18)

  • And Jonathan struck the garrison of the Philistines, which was in Gibeah. And when the Philistines had heard about it, Saul sounded the trumpet over all the land, saying, “Let the Hebrews listen.” (1 Samuel 13, 3)

  • Therefore, Joab sounded the trumpet, and the entire army stood still, and they did not pursue after Israel any more, and they did not engage in conflict. (2 Samuel 2, 28)


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