With great power comes great responsibility
I can see that it is inverted to emphasize great power and responsibility.
However, when I reverse it to a normal order(?), it is not only mundane but the cause and effect relationship(?) also seems wrong.
Great responsibility comes with great power
It sounds like great responsibility comes first and great power follows it. Shouldn't it be reversed? According to the context, the sentence should be
Great power comes with great responsibility?
Does Come with have a connotation that the subject and object moves simultaneously?
What do you think? Thank you!