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Pride In Macbeth

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Pride is deceptive and destructive. The Hebrew verb ga ·'áh means "to become high; Up”. How does this relate to Macbeth? Macbeth was full of egotism and arrogance. He felt superior to everyone else. But how did he get to this point, of killing his own king so he could rule? When the witches tell him that he can only be killed by a man not born of a woman, he thinks that he is safe from being murdered. He didn't think outside the box, that he was going to die in some other way, he's not inmortal. The arrogant person may not recognize that he is egotist and may attribute his actions to other causes like in this film the good of the town people in order to avoid facing the fact of his pride.

The person or individual who does not get rid of his pride will eventually suffer the consequences. In the bible we have various examples of people or even nations that suffered the consequences of an arrogant leader. In Jeremiah 13:9 says: “This is what Jehovah says, ‘In the same way I will destroy the pride of Judah and the immense pride of Jerusalem”. We know Jehovah gives us commandments or rules of things we have to do in order to be part of his kingdom. He does this majorly for our own benefit, because he knows we are going to save ourselves allot of problems if we
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Jesus condemned those who boasted about certain projects they were carrying out, by telling them in James 4:15,16: “Instead, you should say: 'If Jehovah wills, we will live and do this or that.” But now you take pride in your arrogant boasting. All such boasting is wicked.” And Macbeth since he was full of pride and arrogance he boasted about his kingdom, and his “rightful” decisions. He boasted about how he would never die and be the king forever. In ancient biblical times the apostle Paul greatly scolded the congregation, showing them that they couldn't be boasting in anyone but Jehovah God and what he had done for
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