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1 My brothers, do not let class distinction enter into your faith in Jesus Christ, our glorified Lord.
Lev 19:15  Jas 2:9  Prov 24:23  1Cor 2:8  2Chr 19:7  Deut 16:19  Deut 1:17 

2 Now suppose a man comes into your synagogue, well-dressed and with a gold ring on, and at the same time a poor man comes in, in shabby clothes,
Esth 3:10  Esth 8:2  Luke 15:22  Zech 3:3-4  Gen 27:15  Matt 11:8-9  Isa 64:6 

3 and you take notice of the well-dressed man, and say, 'Come this way to the best seats'; then you tell the poor man, 'Stand over there' or 'You can sit on the floor by my foot-rest.'
2Cor 8:9  Luke 7:44-46  Isa 65:5  Jas 2:6  Jude 1:16 

4 In making this distinction among yourselves have you not used a corrupt standard?
John 7:24  Jas 4:11  Job 34:19  Mal 2:9  Matt 7:1-5  Jas 1:1-27  Job 21:27 

5 Listen, my dear brothers: it was those who were poor according to the world that God chose, to be rich in faith and to be the heirs to the kingdom which he promised to those who love him.
Matt 5:3  Luke 6:20  Luke 12:21  Jas 1:12  Luke 12:32  Rev 2:9  1Pet 1:4 

6 You, on the other hand, have dishonoured the poor. Is it not the rich who lord it over you?
1Cor 11:22  Acts 17:6  Acts 8:3  Acts 13:50  Acts 18:12  Jas 5:6  Ps 14:6 

7 Are not they the ones who drag you into court, who insult the honourable name which has been pronounced over you?
Phil 2:9-11  Acts 11:26  Matt 1:23  Ps 111:9  Rev 13:5-6  1Tim 1:13  Acts 4:12 

8 Well, the right thing to do is to keep the supreme Law of scripture: you will love your neighbour as yourself;
Lev 19:18  Gal 5:14  Jas 2:12  Rom 13:8-9  1Kgs 8:18  1Thess 4:9  2Kgs 7:9 

9 but as soon as you make class distinctions, you are committing sin and under condemnation for breaking the Law.
Lev 19:15  John 8:9  John 8:46  1Cor 14:24  1John 3:4  Gal 2:19  Jas 2:1-4 

10 You see, anyone who keeps the whole of the Law but trips up on a single point, is still guilty of breaking it all.
Gal 3:10  Matt 5:18-19  Deut 27:26 

11 He who said, 'You must not commit adultery' said also, 'You must not kill.' Now if you commit murder, you need not commit adultery as well to become a breaker of the Law.
Exod 20:13-14  Deut 5:17-18  Matt 5:21-28  Rom 13:9  Lev 4:2  Lev 4:13  Lev 4:22 

12 Talk and behave like people who are going to be judged by the law of freedom.
Jas 1:25  Jas 2:8  2Pet 1:4-8  Col 3:17  Phil 4:8 

13 Whoever acts without mercy will be judged without mercy but mercy can afford to laugh at judgement.
Prov 21:13  Matt 5:7  Matt 6:15  Luke 6:37  Matt 18:28-35  Matt 25:41-46  1John 4:8-16 

14 How does it help, my brothers, when someone who has never done a single good act claims to have faith? Will that faith bring salvation?
Matt 7:26-27  Jas 1:22-25  Matt 7:21-23  Heb 11:7-8  Luke 6:49  2Pet 1:5  Heb 13:9 

15 If one of the brothers or one of the sisters is in need of clothes and has not enough food to live on,
Luke 3:11  Isa 58:7  Isa 58:10  Job 31:16-21  Matt 25:35-40  Jas 2:5  Mark 14:7 

16 and one of you says to them, 'I wish you well; keep yourself warm and eat plenty,' without giving them these bare necessities of life, then what good is that?
1John 3:16-18  Prov 3:27-28  Rom 12:9  Matt 14:15-16  Matt 15:32  Matt 25:42-45  2Cor 8:8 

17 In the same way faith, if good deeds do not go with it, is quite dead.
2Pet 1:5-9  1Tim 1:5  Jas 2:19-20  Jas 2:26  Jas 2:14  1Cor 13:13  1Cor 13:3 

18 But someone may say: So you have faith and I have good deeds? Show me this faith of yours without deeds, then! It is by my deeds that I will show you my faith.
Jas 3:13  1Tim 1:5  Gal 5:6  Heb 11:31  Jas 2:14  Titus 2:7  Titus 2:11-14 

19 You believe in the one God -- that is creditable enough, but even the demons have the same belief, and they tremble with fear.
Luke 4:34  Mark 1:24  Acts 16:17  Matt 8:29  Isa 46:9  Mark 5:7  Zech 14:9 

20 Fool! Would you not like to know that faith without deeds is useless?
Prov 12:11  Jas 2:26  Rom 1:21  1Tim 1:6  Col 2:8  Gal 5:6  Gal 6:3 

21 Was not Abraham our father justified by his deed, because he offered his son Isaac on the altar?
Gen 22:16-18  Gen 22:9-12  Acts 7:2  Isa 51:2  Jas 2:18  Jas 2:24  John 8:39 

22 So you can see that his faith was working together with his deeds; his faith became perfect by what he did.
1Thess 1:3  Gal 5:6  Heb 11:17-19  1John 2:5  1John 4:17-18  Jas 2:18 

23 In this way the scripture was fulfilled: Abraham put his faith in God, and this was considered as making him upright; and he received the name 'friend of God'.
2Chr 20:7  Gen 15:6  Isa 41:8  Gal 3:6  Rom 4:3-6  Rom 4:22-24  Exod 33:11 

24 You see now that it is by deeds, and not only by believing, that someone is justified.
Jas 2:15-18  Jas 2:21-22  Ps 60:12 

25 There is another example of the same kind: Rahab the prostitute, was she not justified by her deeds because she welcomed the messengers and showed them a different way to leave?
Heb 11:31  Josh 2:1  Josh 2:4  Josh 2:15  Josh 2:19-21  Josh 6:22-25  Matt 1:5 

26 As a body without a spirit is dead, so is faith without deeds.
Jas 2:20  Jas 2:17  Eccl 12:7  Acts 7:59-60  Isa 2:22  Jas 2:14  Job 34:14-15