How does James say the rich have treated the just?


"You have condemned and killed the just; and he does not resist you." James 5: 6.
NOTE - There is nothing more rapacious and heartless than greed, or covetousness. To obtain its
ends, it disregards the rights, the welfare, and even the lives of those affected by its merciless schemes and
intrigues. The righteous, or just, however, do not make forcible resistance to this unjust treatment.

In what song of praise did a host of angels join?
What lesson did Christ design to teach in healing the man sick of the palsy?
After He had prayed this remarkable prayer three times, what occurred?
13. In this same prophecy, how is the Church of Rome, the Papacy, designated as the antitype of ancient Babylon?
How did Christ's death affect the ceremonial law?
Why was this to be?
What did the Ephesians do upon hearing the gospel?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle