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(1.00)Jer 13:9

“I, the Lord, say: ‘This shows how I will ruin the highly exalted position in which Judah and Jerusalem take pride.

(0.89)Pro 16:18

Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall.

(0.85)Pro 11:2

When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with humility comes wisdom.

(0.84)Isa 16:6

We have heard about Moab’s pride, their great arrogance, their boasting, pride, and excess. But their boastful claims are empty!

(0.80)Psa 73:6

Arrogance is their necklace, and violence their clothing.

(0.80)Zec 9:6

A mongrel people will live in Ashdod, for I will greatly humiliate the Philistines.

(0.80)Jer 48:29

I have heard how proud the people of Moab are, I know how haughty they are. I have heard how arrogant, proud, and haughty they are, what a high opinion they have of themselves.

(0.76)Job 35:12

Then they cry out – but he does not answer – because of the arrogance of the wicked.

(0.74)Pro 8:13

The fear of the Lord is to hate evil; I hate arrogant pride and the evil way and perverse utterances.

(0.74)Pro 29:23

A person’s pride will bring him low, but one who has a lowly spirit will gain honor.

(0.71)Pro 13:10

With pride comes only contention, but wisdom is with the well-advised.

(0.71)Job 33:17

to turn a person from his sin, and to cover a person’s pride.

(0.71)Pro 21:24

A proud and arrogant person, whose name is “Scoffer,” acts with overbearing pride.

(0.71)Isa 9:9

All the people were aware of it, the people of Ephraim and those living in Samaria. Yet with pride and an arrogant attitude, they said,

(0.71)Eze 16:56

In your days of majesty, was not Sodom your sister a byword in your mouth,

(0.71)Zep 2:10

This is how they will be repaid for their arrogance, for they taunted and verbally harassed the people of the Lord who commands armies.

(0.63)Isa 13:19

Babylon, the most admired of kingdoms, the Chaldeans’ source of honor and pride, will be destroyed by God just as Sodom and Gomorrah were.

(0.63)Amo 8:7

The Lord confirms this oath by the arrogance of Jacob: “I swear I will never forget all you have done!

(0.60)Isa 28:3

The splendid crown of Ephraim’s drunkards will be trampled underfoot.

(0.59)2Ch 32:26

But then Hezekiah and the residents of Jerusalem humbled themselves and abandoned their pride, and the Lord was not angry with them for the rest of Hezekiah’s reign.