Psalm 18:13; Psalm 68:33; Psalm 76:8; Jeremiah 25:30; Joel 2:11; Joel 3:16; Amos 1:2

13  The Lord also dthundered in the heavens,

and the Most High uttered his evoice,

hailstones and coals of fire.


33  to him kwho rides in lthe heavens, the ancient heavens;

behold, he msends out his voice, his mighty voice.


From the heavens you uttered judgment;

qthe earth feared and was still,


30 You, therefore, shall prophesy against them all these words, and say to them:

bThe Lord will roar from on high,

and from his holy habitation utter his voice;

he will roar mightily against his fold,

cand shout, like those who tread grapes,

against all the inhabitants of the earth.


11  cThe Lord utters his voice

before dhis army,

for his camp is exceedingly great;

ehe who executes his word is powerful.

fFor the day of the Lord is ggreat and very awesome;

hwho can endure it?


16  dThe Lord roars from Zion,

and dutters his voice from Jerusalem,

eand the heavens and the earth quake.

But the Lord is fa refuge to his people,

a stronghold to the people of Israel.


Judgment on Israel's Neighbors

And he said:

gThe Lord roars from Zion

and utters his voice from Jerusalem;

hthe pastures of the shepherds mourn,

and the itop of jCarmel withers.