Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Though he is lifted up to the heavens, and his head goes up to the clouds;
Or is it by your orders that the eagle goes up, and makes his resting-place on high?
... the pride of your heart has been a false hope, O you who are living in the cracks of the rock, keeping your place on the top of the hill: even if you made your living-place as high as the eagle, I would make you come down, says the Lord.
A curse on him who gets evil profits for his family, so that he may put his resting-place on high and be safe from the hand of the wrongdoer!
How great is your fall from heaven, O shining one, son of the morning! How are you cut down to the earth, low among the dead bodies!
Even if Babylon was lifted up to heaven, even if she had the high places of her strength shut in with walls, still I would send against her those who will make her waste, says the Lord.
Even if they go deep into the underworld, my hand will take them up from there; if they go up to heaven, I will get them down:
Pride goes before destruction, and a stiff spirit before a fall.