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When pride 1 comes, 2 then comes disgrace, 3 but with humility 4 comes 5 wisdom.
With pride 1 comes only 2 contention, but wisdom is with the well-advised. 3
A proud 1 and arrogant 2 person, whose name is “Scoffer,” 3 acts 4 with overbearing pride. 5
“Listen! I am opposed to you, you proud city,” 1 says the Lord God who rules over all. 2 “Indeed, 3 your day of reckoning 4 has come, the time when I will punish you. 5
You will stumble and fall, you proud city; no one will help you get up. I will set fire to your towns; it will burn up everything that surrounds you.” 1
“Look, the day! Look, it is coming! Doom has gone out! The staff has budded, pride has blossomed!
Your presumptuous heart 1 has deceived you – you who reside in the safety of the rocky cliffs, 2 whose home is high in the mountains. 3 You think to yourself, 4 ‘No one can 5 bring me down to the ground!’ 6
The person who pays no attention 1 to the priest currently serving the Lord your God there, or to the verdict – that person must die, so that you may purge evil from Israel.
whenever a prophet speaks in my 1 name and the prediction 2 is not fulfilled, 3 then I have 4 not spoken it; 5 the prophet has presumed to speak it, so you need not fear him.”
The terror you inspire in others 1 and the arrogance of your heart have deceived you. You may make your home in the clefts of the rocks; you may occupy the highest places in the hills. 2 But even if you made your home where the eagles nest, I would bring you down from there,” says the Lord.
When David’s 1 oldest brother Eliab heard him speaking to the men, he became angry 2 with David and said, “Why have you come down here? To whom did you entrust those few sheep in the desert? I am familiar with your pride and deceit! 3 You have come down here to watch the battle!”