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Sirach 10:12
Human arrogance begins when people rebel against the Lord, and their hearts rebel against the one who made them.
The physician cutteth off a short sickness: so also a king is to day, and to morrow he shall die.
Pride has its beginning when a person abandons the Lord, his maker.
The beginning of pride is stubbornness in withdrawing the heart from one’s Maker.
The beginning of human pride is to forsake the Lord; the heart has withdrawn from its Maker.
The beginning of human pride is to forsake the Lord; the heart has withdrawn from its Maker.
The beginning of human pride is to forsake the Lord; the heart has withdrawn from its Maker.
The beginning of human pride is to forsake the Lord; the heart has withdrawn from its Maker.
The beginning of man’s pride is to depart from the Lord; his heart has forsaken his Maker.
The beginning of man’s pride is to depart from the Lord; his heart has forsaken his Maker.
The beginning of (the) pride of man was to be apostate from God; for his heart went away from him that made him. [The beginning of the pride of man to go backward from God; for from him that made him his heart went away.]
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