Bible Articles on the Topic of Rams horn

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The Trumpet

In ancient Israel, each city had a person positioned upon the wall in order to call out a warning about the approach of unexpected and possibly hostile people. This watchman had to “sound the trumpet” if an enemy was approaching, so that the townspeople could get ready for an attack. Prophets in Israel took on the function of spiritual “watchmen” (Ezekiel 3:17; Jeremiah 6:17), warning the people of impending punishment by God unless the nation changed its way.

Horn

hôrn (Hebrew and Aramaic קרן, ḳeren; κέρας, kéras; for the “ram’s horn” (יובל, yōbhēl) of Joshua 6 see MUSIC, and for the “inkhorn” of Ezekiel 9:1-11 (קסת, ḳeṣeth) see separate article):

Trumpet

Trumpet is in the A.V. usually the rendering of one or the other of the two Hebrew words detailed below; but besides these it occasionally stands as the representative of the following: יוֹבֵל,Exodus 19:13, the jubilee (q.v.) trumpet; תָּקוֹעִ takea, Ezekiel 7:14, prop. the blowing of the trumpet. SEE TRUMPETS, FEAST OF.

Blow the Trumpet

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Blow the Trumpet In Zion

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Blow the Trumpet In Zion

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The Great Hailing

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Psalm 134

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Shofar

A shofar (pron. /ʃoʊˈfɑːr/, from Hebrew:  שׁוֹפָר , [ʃoˈfaʁ]) is an ancient musical horn made of ram’s horn, used for Jewish religious purposes. Like the modern bugle, the shofar lacks pitch-altering devices. All pitch control is done by varying the player’s embouchure. The shofar is blown in synagogue services on Rosh Hashanah and at the very end of Yom Kippur, and is also blown every weekday morning in the month of Elul running up to Rosh Hashanah. Shofars come in a variety of sizes and shapes, depending on the choice of animal and level of finish.