Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
At the noise of the stamping of the hoofs of his strong horses, at the rushing of his chariots, and at the rumbling of his wheels, the fathers shall not look back to their children for feebleness of hands;
From Dan, was heard the snorting of his horses At the sound of the neighing of his chargers, the whole land trembled, - Yea they came in and did sat up The land and the fulness thereof, The city, and them who were dwelling therein.
Mount the horses, And drive the chariots madly on, So let the heroes, go forth, - Ethiopians and Libyans that grasp the buckler, And Lydians that grasp - that tread - the bow, But, that day, belongeth to My Lord Yahweh of hosts -
Then, stamped hoofs of horses, With the gallopings, gallopings of his mighty steeds.
Couldst thou give - to the Horse - strength? Couldst thou clothe his neck with the quivering mane?
By reason of the multitude of his horses, their dust shall cover thee, - At the noise of horseman and wheel and chariot, shall thy walls tremble, when he entereth into thy gates Just as they do who enter a city broken open.
In the streets, madly go the chariots, they rush along in the broadways, - their appearance, is like torches, as lightnings, hither and thither do they run.
The sound of the whip, and the sound of the rushing wheel, - and horse galloping, and dancing chariot rattling along.
The man that is tender among you, and exceedingly delicate, his eye will be jealous of his brother and of the wife of his bosom, and of the remnant of his sons, whom be might leave behind;
Even wild dogs, draw out the breast, give suck to their whelps - The daughter of my people, hath become cruel, like the ostriches in the desert.
Then shall ye do, as I have done. - The heard, shall ye not cover, And the bread of other men:, shall ye not eat;