In Act 2, Scene 3 from Macbeth, Lennox comments on the disruptions of the natural world on the night King Duncan is murdered. He reports that the earth was feverish and shook throughout the night. There were chimneys blown down from the storm. Strange screams of death and prophesying with terrible accents were occurring on this horrible night of King Duncan's death and the hidden bird screamed all night long:
The night has been unruly. Where we lay,(55)
Our chimneys were blown down, and, as they say,
Lamentings heard i’ the air, strange screams of death,
And prophesying with accents terrible
Of dire combustion and confused events
New hatch'd to the woeful time. The obscure bird(60)
Clamor'd the livelong night. Some say the earth
Was feverous and did shake.
Since Elizabethan England believed that the King was appointed by God, it makes sense that the natural world would be in chaos on the night that God's king was murdered. God would be highly upset at the murdering of his appointed king. No doubt, the natural world would be in chaos. Truly, the storms and natural world disruptions are caused by a supernatural God who is grieved at his very heart for the murdering of his chosen man King Duncan. Shakespeare confirms that the king is God's temple in the words of Macduff :
Confusion now hath made his masterpiece.(70)
Most sacrilegious Murder hath broke ope
The Lord's anointed temple and stole thence
The life o’ the building.
Here, Macduff is saying that murder has stolen the life from the Lord's temple. Macduff is referring to King Duncan as being the Lord's temple. Again, it makes sense that there would be earthquakes, storms, strange screams of death, and prophesying on the night that the Lord's temple was struck down by murder.
Since King Duncan was appointed by God, it is fitting that the natural world would be turned upside down by supernatural events on the night of King Duncan's murder. God is more than grieved. He is outraged, as is evident by the natural world disruptions on the night the Lord's temple is murdered.