Hebrews:6:10For God is true, and will not put away from him the memory of your work and of your love for his name, in the help which you gave and still give to the saints. See All...; James:2:1-5 My brothers, if you have the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ of glory, do not take a man's position into account.  For if a man comes into your Synagogue in fair clothing and with a gold ring, and a poor man comes in with dirty clothing,  And you do honour to the man in fair clothing and say, Come here and take this good place; and you say to the poor man, Take up your position there, or be seated at my feet;  Is there not a division in your minds? have you not become judges with evil thoughts?  Give ear, my dear brothers; are not those who are poor in the things of this world marked out by God to have faith as their wealth, and for their heritage the kingdom which he has said he will give to those who have love for him?
See All...; Ecclesiastes:9:11And again I saw under the sun that the reward goes not to him who is quick, or the fruits of war to the strong; and there is no bread for the wise, or wealth for men of learning, or respect for those who have knowledge; but time and chance come to all. See All...; Matthew:20:16So the last will be first, and the first last. See All...; Proverbs:16:11True measures and scales are the Lord's: all the weights of the bag are his work. See All...; Proverbs:31:9Let your mouth be open, judging rightly, and give right decisions in the cause of the poor and those in need. See All...; 1 Peter:3:8Last of all, see that you are all in agreement; feeling for one another, loving one another like brothers, full of pity, without pride: See All...; Matthew:20:1-16 For the kingdom of heaven is like the master of a house, who went out early in the morning to get workers into his vine-garden.  And when he had made an agreement with the workmen for a penny a day, he sent them into his vine-garden.  And he went out about the third hour, and saw others in the market-place doing nothing;  And he said to them, Go into the vine-garden with the others, and whatever is right I will give you. And they went to work.  Again he went out about the sixth and the ninth hour, and did the same.  And about the eleventh hour he went out and saw others doing nothing; and he says to them, Why are you here all the day doing nothing?  They say to him, Because no man has given us work. He says to them, Go in with the rest, into the vine-garden.  And when evening came, the lord of the vine-garden said to his manager, Let the workers come, and give them their payment, from the last to the first.  And when those men came who had gone to work at the eleventh hour, they were given every man a penny.  Then those who came first had the idea that they would get more; and they, like the rest, were given a penny.  And when they got it, they made a protest against the master of the house,  Saying, These last have done only one hour's work, and you have made them equal to us, who have undergone the hard work of the day and the burning heat.  But he in answer said to one of them, Friend, I do you no wrong: did you not make an agreement with me for a penny?  Take what is yours, and go away; it is my pleasure to give to this last, even as to you.  Have I not the right to do as seems good to me in my house? or is your eye evil, because I am good?  So the last will be first, and the first last.
See All...; John:3:16-17 For God had such love for the world that he gave his only Son, so that whoever has faith in him may not come to destruction but have eternal life.  God did not send his Son into the world to be judge of the world; he sent him so that the world might have salvation through him.
See All...; Mark:12:28-31 And one of the scribes came, and hearing their argument together, and seeing that he had given them a good answer, put the question to him, Which law is the first of all?  Jesus said in answer, The first is, Give ear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord;  And you are to have love for the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.  The second is this, Have love for your neighbour as for yourself. There is no other law greater than these.
See All...; Micah:6:8He has made clear to you, O man, what is good; and what is desired from you by the Lord; only doing what is right, and loving mercy, and walking without pride before your God. See All...; 2 Samuel:1:1-27 Now after the death of Saul, when David, having come back from the destruction of the Amalekites, had been in Ziklag for two days;  On the third day a man came from Saul's tents, with his clothing out of order and earth on his head: and when he came to David, he went down on the earth and gave him honour.  And David said to him, Where have you come from? And he said, I have come in flight from the tents of Israel.  And David said to him, How did things go? Give me the news. And in answer he said, The people have gone in flight from the fight, and a great number of them are dead; and Saul and his son Jonathan are dead.  And David said to the young man who gave him the news, Why are you certain that Saul and his son Jonathan are dead?  And the young man said, I came by chance to Mount Gilboa, and I saw Saul supporting himself on his spear; and the war-carriages and horsemen overtook him.  And looking back, he saw me and gave a cry to me. And answering him I said, Here am I.  And he said to me, Who are you? And I said, I am an Amalekite.  Then he said to me, Come here to my side, and put me to death, for the pain of death has me in its grip but my life is still strong in me.  So I put my foot on him and gave him his death-blow, because I was certain that he would not go on living after his fall: and I took the crown from his head and the band from his arm, and I have them here for my lord.  Then David gave way to bitter grief, and so did all the men who were with him:  And till evening they gave themselves to sorrow and weeping, and took no food, weeping for Saul and for Jonathan, his son, and for the people of the Lord and for the men of Israel; because they had come to their end by the sword.  And David said to the young man who had given him the news, Where do you come from? And he said, I am the son of a man from a strange land; I am an Amalekite.  And David said to him, Had you no fear of stretching out your hand to put to death the one marked with the holy oil?  And David sent for one of his young men and said, Go near and put an end to him. And he put him to death.  And David said to him, May your blood be on your head; for your mouth has given witness against you, saying, I have put to death the man marked with the holy oil.  Then David made this song of grief for Saul and Jonathan, his son:  (It is recorded in the book of Jashar for teaching to the sons of Judah) and he said:  The glory, O Israel, is dead on your high places! How have the great ones been made low!  Give no news of it in Gath, let it not be said in the streets of Ashkelon; or the daughters of the Philistines will be glad, the daughters of men without circumcision will be uplifted in joy.  O mountains of Gilboa, let there be no dew or rain on you, you fields of death: for there the arms of the strong have been shamed, the arms of Saul, as if he had not been marked with the holy oil.  From the blood of the dead, from the fat of the strong, the bow of Jonathan was not turned back, the sword of Saul did not come back unused.  Saul and Jonathan were loved and pleasing; in their lives and in their death they were not parted; they went more quickly than eagles, they were stronger than lions.  O daughters of Israel, have sorrow for Saul, by whom you were delicately clothed in robes of red, with ornaments of gold on your dresses.  How have the great ones been made low in the fight! Jonathan is dead on your high places.  I am full of grief for you, my brother Jonathan: very dear have you been to me: your love for me was a wonder, greater than the love of women.  How have the great ones been made low, and the arms of war broken!