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  • #16
    Originally posted by BigMoose View Post
    I think the explanations upstream are much more Biblically based. That said, I have kept this mp3 recording of a shofar being played for years now. I listen to it from time to time and it cheers me up tremendously!
    www.mtg-technologies.com/temp/Shofar.mp3 Hope you enjoy it!
    Just listened to this. I love the Shofar... Thanks so much for posting.

    I think the Trumpet could be so loud, that all people will wonder what is going on. Calling attention to the millions + that will just... vanish
    The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me.... Living for Jesus - Listening for the Trumpet

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    • #17
      Originally posted by In Christ View Post
      Just listened to this. I love the Shofar... Thanks so much for posting.

      I think the Trumpet could be so loud, that all people will wonder what is going on. Calling attention to the millions + that will just... vanish
      I'm a deep sleeper.

      I'm sure it's going to be REALLY loud.
      Romans 5:8 But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Jannette View Post
        This reminds me of John 12:28-29:



        I think believers will clearly hear Him when he calls us, but to unbelievers maybe it will simply be 'thunder'?
        Luke 21:28
        But when these things begin to happen, look up, and lift up your heads, because your redemption is near.

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        • #19
          Today would be a wonderful day to hear the shofar.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by cricket55 View Post
            Today would be a wonderful day to hear the shofar.
            YES PLEASE!!

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            • #21
              Originally posted by BigMoose View Post
              I think the explanations upstream are much more Biblically based. That said, I have kept this mp3 recording of a shofar being played for years now. I listen to it from time to time and it cheers me up tremendously!
              www.mtg-technologies.com/temp/Shofar.mp3 Hope you enjoy it!

              Thank you for posting that, very enjoyable. I was able to purchase a shofar during my trip to Israel in 2008 and my husband who is a trumpet player makes beautiful sounds come forth, but when I try.....nothing lol. You definitely the right technique and some lung capacity.
              Jeremiah 32:27
              Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh, is there anything too hard for Me?


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              • #22
                Originally posted by BigMoose View Post
                I think the explanations upstream are much more Biblically based. That said, I have kept this mp3 recording of a shofar being played for years now. I listen to it from time to time and it cheers me up tremendously!
                www.mtg-technologies.com/temp/Shofar.mp3 Hope you enjoy it!
                My DH had the shofar sound as his wake-up alarm for a while. It got to be too depressing every morning when we realized it was time to get up, not go home

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Rickamedic View Post
                  Will the unbelievers on earth hear the trumpet sound and the call to ,"come up hear !" ?
                  Well if you look in the books of Acts where Saul had has conversion experience, two men were escorting him when the Lord spoke. The men who were traveling with him stood speechless, hearing the voice but seeing no one. So if you use the Bible as it's own commentary then the same would apply, speechless, hearing the shout and didn't know where it came from. The world would realize something very important happen.

                  Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers 1 Thessalonians 4:16
                  With a shout.—The Greek word means a shout of command or encouragement, such as a captain gives to his soldiers, or a boatswain to his crew. It is not necessary to inquire what the command may be, or to whom issued, inasmuch as the word does not always imply any particular orders; nor who is represented as uttering it: the intention is only to convey the notion of the stirring noise, in the midst of which (for the original has “in,” not “with”) the Lord will descend. It is, however, somewhat particularised by what follows: two notes amid those sounds of mystery strike the ear—the archangel’s voice, and the trump of God. Probably, therefore, the “shout of command” is uttered by the “leader of the angels;” and the trump (called “the trump of God” because used for God’s purposes) is blown to summon the mustering hosts. In favour of supposing the Lord Himself to utter the cry, may be adduced John 5:25; but, on the other hand, it suits the dignity of the scene better to imagine the loud sound to come rather from one of the heralds of the great army. The preposition “in” is more effective than “with:” it calls attention to the long blast. (Comp. Exodus 19:19.)



                  Me personally, when I see Jesus, I will run to Him, embrace Him and cry for joy in His arms.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by DerRickster View Post
                    Well if you look in the books of Acts where Saul had has conversion experience, two men were escorting him when the Lord spoke. The men who were traveling with him stood speechless, hearing the voice but seeing no one. So if you use the Bible as it's own commentary then the same would apply, speechless, hearing the shout and didn't know where it came from. The world would realize something very important happen.

                    Me personally, when I see Jesus, I will run to Him, embrace Him and cry for joy in His arms.
                    If it's indeed an actual LOUD trumpet for the world to hear (I think so) I'm hoping that I'm in the middle of people who are still lost so when they see me get excited and look up they might be able to rethink their position at that point.
                    Romans 5:8 But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.

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                    • #25
                      I also want it to happen in the midst of unbelievers to whom I have spoken to about the rapture, so they will know Gods word is true and it will cause them to believe and not take the mark.
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                      • #26
                        Oh how I love the sound of the Shofar. Sure would love to hear those sounds coming from Heaven very soon! Thanks for posting the audio clip.
                        Jesus *said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me. John 14:6

                        Please pray for the salvation of my son Shawn, my daughter Kari, my brother Macon, my Step-mother Marguerite, and my dad Max.

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                        • #27
                          Praying the lost come to salvation today. The time is short.

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                          • #28
                            If unbelievers hear something God will further use that as a witness, if they don't then it is more of a mystery. Exodus reference is interesting but everybody there was a Jew, correct, His chosen.
                            In my life God usually shows up at the last minute, just in time. I have always pictured the rapture happening just as nukes are hitting around the world. That would instill such a panic and fear for self in those left behind that attention would be turned to worldly events - stay tuned because we will find out! Live blessed!

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                            • #29
                              Unbelievers will be greatly freaked out with people disappearing before them.
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                              • #30
                                Since so many have enjoyed the sound of the shofar, I thought I would share a real experience from about 7 years ago. Keep in mind I am getting a bit hard of hearing, and sometimes my ears seem to do funny things, but not to the point of having hearing aids at the time (but I now have one.)

                                I was taking my two daughters to breakfast with the oldest's now husband. We were headed to the city from our rural area on a 2 lane road. All of a sudden I "heard it" back behind the vehicle, the rumble that became, at least to me, the grand shofar calling. The sound enveloped the car and "rolled" around and out in front of the car. I said "how can this be?" Then the sound enveloped us and got louder, it seemed to rotate around the car! I got excited thinking "could this be IT?" I actually pulled the car off the road, put it in park, and said to my 3 passengers "Can you hear it?"

                                I then looked up to the cloud cover and in my heart was waiting for the clouds to part, the light to shine through, and us to start arising... I was totally at peace, and so gloriously expectant! The rolling trumpet sound got louder and louder....

                                Then ... the sound faded... For a year I looked for the source of that sound. I finally found an air raid (tornado) siren about 1/2 mile away. I have never heard that siren exercised before or after... so to a degree, this experience was a bit of a mystery. Of course, it could have been a test of the tornado siren, bouncing off of heavy and low cloud cover, heard by a guy developing hearing anomaly.

                                Could this be a model of "the shout?" I don't know. I do know, that at the time, I really DID think "THIS IS IT!" ... and my heart leapt with joy!
                                "Live simply. Love generously. Care deeply. Speak kindly. Leave the rest to God..."

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