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Ezek.27.28
a suburbs: or, waves
 
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28你掌舵的 呼号 之声 一发,郊野 都必震动 。
28The suburbs shall shake at the sound of the cry of thy pilots.a
28 Verse 28. The cry of thy pilots.] When the ship was dashed

against the rocks by the violence of the winds and the waves, and

all hope of life was taken away, then a universal cry was set up

by all on board. I have heard this cry, and nothing more dismal

can be imagined, when the ship by a violent tempest is driving

among rocks on a lee shore. Then "All lost! cut away the boat!" is

more dreadful than the cry of fire at midnight.

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