When it comes to money, how much is enough? What number in your bank account would satisfy you? What would you do to acquire more? How far would you go? James 5:1-6 speaks about the dangers of greed and the love of money. In this passage, James warns wealthy individuals, who have amassed their wealth through unjust means, that they will not find satisfaction but instead will find only emptiness and their eventual downfall. He reminds us that wealth is fleeting and temporary, and it is our character and the impact we have on others that truly matters. When it comes to money, James calls us to examine our own hearts and priorities. Above all else, he encourages us to use our resources for the benefit of others and to pursue righteousness and justice, rather than solely focusing on accumulating wealth for ourselves.