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for just as the sky 1 is higher than the earth, so my deeds 2 are superior to 3 your deeds and my plans 4 superior to your plans.
Who can compare to the Lord our God, who sits on a high throne? 1
but people 1 are born 2 to trouble, as surely as the sparks 3 fly 4 upward. 5
Gaze at the heavens and see; consider the clouds, which are higher than you! 1
Is it at your command 1 that the eagle soars, and builds its nest on high?
The one who loves a quarrel loves transgression; 1 whoever builds his gate high seeks destruction. 2
Before destruction the heart 1 of a person is proud, but humility comes 2 before honor. 3
The Lord who commands armies will be exalted 1 when he punishes, 2 the sovereign God’s authority will be recognized when he judges. 3
“Look, my servant will succeed! 1 He will be elevated, lifted high, and greatly exalted 2 –
Then I said to the people of Judah, 1 “Listen and pay attention! Do not be arrogant! For the Lord has spoken.
They were haughty and practiced abominable deeds before me. Therefore when I saw it I removed them.
By your great skill 1 in trade you have increased your wealth, and your heart is proud because of your wealth.
So they ran and brought him from there. When he took his position among the people, he stood head and shoulders above them all.
He was committed to following the Lord; 1 he even removed the high places and Asherah poles from Judah.
He does not take his eyes 1 off the righteous; but with kings on the throne he seats the righteous 2 and exalts them forever. 3
For as the skies are high above the earth, so his loyal love towers 1 over his faithful followers. 2
“Ask for a confirming sign from the Lord your God. You can even ask for something miraculous.” 1
Even if you were to soar high like an eagle, 1 even if you 2 were to make your nest among the stars, I can bring you down even from there!” says the Lord.
But once he became powerful, his pride destroyed him. 1 He disobeyed 2 the Lord his God. He entered the Lord’s temple to offer incense on the incense altar.
But Hezekiah was ungrateful; he had a proud attitude, provoking God to be angry at him, as well as Judah and Jerusalem. 1