Nations raged, kingdoms were moved: he gave with his voice, the earth will melt
And the Lord Jehovah of armies touching upon the land, and it shall melt, and all dwelling in it mourned: and it came up as a river all of it, and it was overflowed as the river of Egypt.
And she will say to the men, I knew that Jehovah gave to you the land, and that your terror fell upon us, and that all the inhabitants of the land melted from your face.
And they will say to Joshua that Jehovah gave into our hand all the land; and also all the inhabitants of the land melted from before us.
The mountains shook from him, and the hills melted, and the earth will lift up from his face, and the habitable globe and all dwelling in it
And hearing, our heart will melt and there rose up no more spirit in a man on account of your face: For Jehovah your God, he the God in the heavens from above and upon the earth beneath.
And there will come forth against them Zerah the Cushite with an army of a thousand thousand, and three hundred chariots; and he will come even to Mareshah.
And it will be after this, the sons of Moab and the sons of Ammon came, and with them from the Ammonites against Jehoshaphat for war.
And they will rise early in the morning and go forth to the desert of Tekoa: and in their going forth Jehoshaphat stood, and he will say, Hear me, O Judah, and ye inhabiting Jerusalem; Believe in Jehovah your God and ye shall be firm; believe in his prophets and prosper.
Wherefore did the nations rage, and the peoples will meditate emptiness?
And Jehovah will thunder in the heavens, and the Most High will give his voice; hail and coals of fire.
The earth shook, also the heavens dropped from the face of God, this Sinai from the face of God, the God of Israel.
To him riding upon the heavens of heavens of old, behold, he will give in his voice a voice of strength.
For behold, thine enemies will be clamorous; and they hating thee lifted up the head.
The mountains melted as wax from before the face of Jehovah, from before the face of the Lord of all the earth.
Make friendship, ye peoples, and be broken in pieces; and give ear, every land from afar; be girded and be broken in pieces; be girded and be broken in pieces.
How thou fallest from the heavens, brilliant star, son of the morning! thou wert cut off to the earth, overthrowing upon the nations!
And Isaiah son of Amos will send to Hezekiah, saying, Thus said Jehovah God of Israel, Because thou didst pray to me against Senherib the king of Assur
Would that thou didst rend the heavens; thou camest down; the mountains flowed from before thee.
And thou shalt prophesy to them all these words, and say to them; Jehovah shall roar from on high, and he will give his voice from his holy habitation; roaring, he will roar from his seat; he shall cry aloud as they treading, to all the inhabitants of the earth.
And Jehovah gave his voice before the face of his strength: for exceedingly great his camp, and strong he doing his word: for great the day of Jehovah, and exceedingly terrible; and who shall endure it?
And he will say, Jehovah will cry out from Zion, and from Jerusalem he will give his voice; and the habitations of the shepherds mourned, and the head of Carmel was dried up.
Behold, the days coming, says Jehovah, the ploughing touched upon the harvesting, and the treading of grapes upon the drawing of the seed; and the mountains dropped new wine, and all the hills shall melt.
And the mountains melted under him, and the valleys shall be cleft as wax from the face of the fire, as waters cast down in a descent
Before his face shall go the word, and a flame will go forth at his feet.
They saw thee, the mountains shall tremble: the pouring of the waters passed by: the deep gave his voice, he lifted up his hands on high.
And the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in which the heavens shall pass away with a loud noise, and the elements, suffering from excessive heat, shall be dissolved, and the earth and the works in it shall be burned down.
And the stars of heaven fell to the earth, as a fig tree casts her untimely figs, shaken by a great wind.