You are here: God >> Bible Concordance >> Trumpets

  • to give these instructions to the Israelites: "On the appointed day in early autumn,* you are to celebrate a day of complete rest. All your work must stop on that day. You will call the people to a sacred assembly--the Festival of Trumpets--with loud blasts from a trumpet.4 - Leviticus 23:24

  • "Remember that the Day of Atonement is to be celebrated on the ninth day after the Festival of Trumpets.* On that day you must humble yourselves, gather for a sacred assembly, and present offerings to the LORD by fire.1 - Leviticus 23:27

  • Then on the Day of Atonement of the fiftieth year,* blow the trumpets loud and long throughout the land.1 - Leviticus 25:9

  • "Make two trumpets of beaten silver to be used for summoning the people to assemble and for signaling the breaking of camp. - Numbers 10:2

  • When both trumpets are blown, the people will know that they are to gather before you at the entrance of the Tabernacle.*1 - Numbers 10:3

  • But when you call the people to an assembly, blow the trumpets using a different signal. - Numbers 10:7

  • Only the priests, Aaron's descendants, are allowed to blow the trumpets. This is a permanent law to be followed from generation to generation. - Numbers 10:8

  • "When you arrive in your own land and go to war against your enemies, you must sound the alarm with these trumpets so the LORD your God will remember you and rescue you from your enemies. - Numbers 10:9

  • Blow the trumpets in times of gladness, too, sounding them at your annual festivals and at the beginning of each month to rejoice over your burnt offerings and peace offerings. The trumpets will remind the LORD your God of his covenant with you. I am the LORD your God." - Numbers 10:10

  • "The Festival of Trumpets will be celebrated on the appointed day in early autumn* each year. You must call a solemn assembly of all the people on that day, and no regular work may be done.1 - Numbers 29:1

  • Then Moses sent them out, a thousand men from each tribe, and Phinehas son of Eleazar the priest led them into battle. They carried along the holy objects of the sanctuary and the trumpets for sounding the charge. - Numbers 31:6

  • So David and all Israel brought up the Ark of the LORD with much shouting and blowing of trumpets. - 2 Samuel 6:15

  • But while he was there, he sent secret messengers to every part of Israel to stir up a rebellion against the king. "As soon as you hear the trumpets," his message read, "you will know that Absalom has been crowned king in Hebron." - 2 Samuel 15:10

  • There Zadok the priest and Nathan the prophet are to anoint him king over Israel. Then blow the trumpets and shout, `Long live King Solomon!' - 1 Kings 1:34

  • There Zadok the priest took a flask of olive oil from the sacred tent and poured it on Solomon's head. Then the trumpets were blown, and all the people shouted, "Long live King Solomon!" - 1 Kings 1:39
  • Read Trumpets Page 2 Now!

    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

Bible Concordance

Does God Exist Scientifically?
Does God Exist Philosophically?
Is The Bible True?
Who Is God?
Is Jesus God?
What Do You Believe?
Grow with God
Popular Issues
Life Challenges

All About GOD Home | About Us | Support Us | Sitemap
Copyright © 2002 - 2018, All Rights Reserved.