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James the Just - Chapter 5

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James the Just – Chapter 5

James 5:1 Come now, you rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you.
James 5:2 Your riches are corrupted, and your garments are moth-eaten.
James 5:3 Your gold and silver is tarnished; and their rust shall be a witness against you, and shall eat your flesh, as it was fire. You have stored up treasure together for the yamim acharonim.

The prosperous Sadducees and chief priests are oppressing the followers of the Malki- Tzedik. Their miseries will soon be returned to them one hundred fold and destroy their wealth and priestly way of life (70C.E – the first installment of His general judgment on humanity would be the end of the then-known Jewish world).

Tarnishing gold and silver through non use will function as an adversarial witness against them.

James 5:4 Behold, the wages of the laborers who have reaped your fields, that you hold back by fraud, cries: and the cries of those who have reaped have entered into the ears of the Master vuvh tzevaoth.

‘Lord of Saboath’ – ‘Adonai Tzevoath’ – the ‘Master of Legions’ – in military and regal splendor – always ruling, yet at times He directly intervenes to secure His own victory and ensure the salvation of His Tzadiks.

James 5:5 You have lived in pleasure on the earth, and been in luxury; you have nourished your levavot, as in a day of slaughter.
James 5:6 You have condemned and killed the tzadik one; and he does not resist you.

The rich who’ve gorged themselves at the expense of the poor are depicted as food for the fowl and beasties at the monstrous eschatological feast of judgement!

Three areas where the rich are found guilty:

  1. Profiteers defrauding their day laborers (Leviticus 19:13, Deuteronomy 24:14, Jeremiah 22:13, Malachi 3:5). These laborers lived hand to mouth…..the hire itself cries out, the capital itself begins crying out for vengeance (blood, stones, trees all have a voice) and their cries reach the Master Saboath – the cry of the oppressed to יהוה. Saboath: only place used by a writer himself in the New Testament, it means ‘Hosts’ – a Jewish author addressing a Jewish audience. Romans 9:29 quoting Isaiah 1:9 ‘Saboath’.
  2. Living a luxurious life at the expense of the poor – three charges: 1. “You have lived in pleasure on the earth, and been in luxury.” Their self-indulgence has fattened them up like calves for the day of slaughter (70C.E), their lives have been lived for ‘the now’ without any thought of the eschatological future! 2. They ‘have been in luxury.’ The concept of wastefulness to their self-indulgence. 3. ‘You have nourished your hearts, as in the day of slaughter.’ Their inner man has become fattened just as their outer man has become softened that he’ll be unable to put up fight or flight!
  3. Violence: ‘You have condemned and killed the tzadik one.’ Judicial murder. ‘Katadikazō phoneuō ho hē to dikaios ou.’ ‘Righteous one’ can be taken in one of two ways: 1. Messiah, if used in a singular fashion (the rich religious rulers killed Yahusha and He didn’t resist them) Acts 3:14, 7:52, 9:17, 22:14 – tzadik/dikaios. If this is the case, then we find high Christology slipped in here that would build upon the Yom יהוה traditions that were circulating in the midst of the First Century! 2. Righteous as a class of people (believers) The rich have oppressed the followers of Yahusha and they have’t resisted persecution – because they cannot – they’re helpless in the face of cruel injustice!

For these three sins the rich will fall under the heavy anvil of the 70 C.E judgment.

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