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11 Louder than the sound of archers at the watering-holes
will they sound as they retell
the righteous acts of Adonai,
the righteous acts of his rulers in Isra’el.

“Then Adonai’s people marched down to the gates.

12 “Awake, awake, D’vorah!
Awake, awake, break into song!
Arise, Barak! Lead away your captives,
son of Avino‘am!

13 “Then a remnant of the nobles marched down;
the people of Adonai marched down to me like warriors.

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11 the voice of the singers[a] at the watering places.
    They recite the victories(A) of the Lord,
    the victories of his villagers in Israel.

“Then the people of the Lord
    went down to the city gates.(B)
12 ‘Wake up,(C) wake up, Deborah!(D)
    Wake up, wake up, break out in song!
Arise, Barak!(E)
    Take captive your captives,(F) son of Abinoam.’

13 “The remnant of the nobles came down;
    the people of the Lord came down to me against the mighty.

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Footnotes

  1. Judges 5:11 The meaning of the Hebrew for this word is uncertain.

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