He heard the sound of the trumpet
The alarm of the enemy being at hand, and so was inexcusable: and took not warning;
which that gave him: his blood shall be upon him;
the fault shall be imputed to himself, and not another; and he must bear it himself, and answer for it, and not the watchman: but he that taketh warning shall deliver his soul;
who, hearing the sound of the trumpet, prepares for his own defence, and provides for his safety, he shall save his life, and not fall into the enemies' hands.