the Lord with the sound of the trumpet; which circumstance, though not related in the account of Christ's ascension in the New Testament, yet inasmuch as the angels say he shall descend in like manner as he ascended, and that it is certain he will descend with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and the trump of God; so that if his ascent was as his descent will be, it must be then with a shout, and the sound of a trumpet, Ac 1:10. This text is applied to the Messiah by the ancient Jewish writers [d]. [d] Bemidbar Rabba, s. 15. fol. 218. 1.
[d] Bemidbar Rabba, s. 15. fol. 218. 1.