NKJV, Isaiah 10:12 – “Wherefore it shall come to pass, that when the Lord hath performed his whole work upon mount Zion and on Jerusalem, I will punish the fruit of the stout heart of the king of Assyria, and the glory of his high looks.”

CEV, Isaiah 10:12 – “The Lord will do what he has planned against Jerusalem and Mount Zion. Then he will punish the proud and boastful king of Assyria,”

Arrogance is an outward expression of disrespect to other people, because of an inward bloating of pride consuming the heart of that person. In other words, ‘pride inward naturally results in arrogance outward’. That is why pride goes with arrogance, just us humility naturally produces respect for people.

Be careful of arrogance when you let pride  come in & you think against the WORD. There is so much arrogance  coming from the flesh, so the flesh is fighting the spirit to be  lord over your life, through self-efforts.

Beloved, do not let God decide to deal with you because your heart is filled with pride that leads you to being arrogant. Have you met an arrogant person before? He or she speaks to other people as if he or she is the only human being on Earth, with all other people being ‘door mats’. They detest the poor, ‘rubbish’ the concerns of the needy and speak harshly to anybody they come across in life.

They feel they deserve the best of everything whereas others deserve the worst. God looks from above and Says, “Such Insolence!”. By the time God is done dealing with such people, they will lift their voices to thank Him after every breath they take every second.

Analyse your life carefully because God is about to release a kind of wrath. It will be one purposely against those who are arrogant towards Him and others on Earth. My dear, be humble, revere God, respect other people, work on any element of pride in your heart because the true saying goes, “Pride goes before a fall”. Think about this.


Heavenly Father, please have Mercy on me as I humbly submit to You in absolute repentance. Please help me to live a life of humility and Godly fear, in Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Question for Meditation

How can I avoid arrogance in my life?

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