Injustice (555) (Separate page)

     Quotations from the writings of Ellen G. White with the word . . .

          I N J U S T I C E          (  14  RELATED  PHRASES )                                  

                The  word  Injustice  appears  555  times in the writings of Ellen G. White                  See page on original site                                Related word:   Justice  ( 2,658 )

                injustice is . . .   ( 28 )   >    injustice is done  ( 13 )        >    great injustice is done  ( 6 )
                                                          >    injustice is proof we are innocent  ( 2 )

            +     act of injustice  (  )     >>>    acts of injustice  (  )

                     >    every act of injustice    >   record of every act of injustice   >   every taint of injustice  (  )

                     >    do injustice  (  )     >    doing injustice  (  )

                practice of injustice  (  )

            +     shun all injustice  (  )    >

            +     tolerate injustice  ( 1 )  Key   >   tolerate such injustice  (  )


           +    justice was perverted  ( 6 )    >    justice was trampled  (  )


             Levels   of   injustice              

                    +     least injustice  (  )

                  +++     every taint of injustice   ( 8 )   >

                       great injustice  (  )   >   great injustice is done  ( 6 )

                    +    terrible injustice  (  )


                    +       unjust dealings  (  )

   When there are men in the church who love riches more than righteousness, and who stand ready to take advantage of their fellow-men by unjust dealings, shall we make no protest? And when men standing in the position of leaders and teachers work under the power of spiritualistic ideas and sophistries, shall we keep silent, for fear of injuring their influence, while souls are being beguiled? Satan will use every advantage that he can obtain to cause souls to become clouded and perplexed in regard to the work of the church, in regard to the word of God, and in regard to the words of warning which He has given through the testimonies of His Spirit, to guard His little flock from the subtleties of the enemy.—Manuscript 72, 1904, p. 6. { ChL 62.1}


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The Results of Domination—The holy principles that God has given are represented by the sacred fire; but common fire has been used in place of the sacred. Plans, contrary to truth and righteousness, are introduced in a subtle manner on the plea that this must be done, and that must be done, because it is for the advancement of the cause of God. But it is the devising of men that leads to oppression, injustice and wickedness. The cause of God is to be free from every taint of injustice. It can gain no advantage by robbing the members of the family of God of their individuality or of their rights. All such practices are abhorrent to God....  { ChL 31.1}   Read entire section


   God permits the wicked to prosper and to reveal their enmity against Him, that when they shall have filled up the measure of their iniquity all may see His justice and mercy in their utter destruction. The day of His vengeance hastens, when all who have transgressed His law and oppressed His people will meet the just recompense of their deeds; when every act of cruelty or injustice toward God's faithful ones will be punished as though done to Christ Himself.  Great Controversy, page 48.2


  No institution that God has established can afford to be unjust or unfair in any of its business transactions, either with brethren or worldlings. In no case should advantage be taken with the excuse that it is justifiable and right because the means gained will enrich the cause of God; for he will never approve injustice. The Bible rule, “Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them,” should never be lost sight of in deal. Men in responsible positions should correct wrongs among the people, but they should not practice a wrong course themselves. { RH March 11, 1884, par. 11 }
  When trials arise that seem unexplainable, we should not allow our peace to be spoiled. However unjustly we may be treated, let not passion arise. By indulging a spirit of retaliation we injure ourselves. We destroy our own confidence in God, and grieve the Holy Spirit. There is by our side a witness, a heavenly messenger, who will lift up for us a standard against the enemy. He will shut us in with the bright beams of the Sun of Righteousness. Beyond this Satan cannot penetrate. He cannot pass this shield of holy light. { COL 171.3} 


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