(Proverbs 13:23 KJV) Much food is in the tillage of the poor: but there is that is destroyed for want of judgment.
First notice the difference between the KJV and the NASB. The KJV has “want” (3808) of “justice” (4941) and the NASB puts the two Hebrew words together into “injustice”. We need to be careful of using popular, politically motivated definitions to come to an understanding of the Bible. Biblical justice has nothing to do with what is being billed as “social justice” by the ruling class. Social justice is like free love. It is a corruption of a good word into a destructive action. Social justice is not based on the unchanging truth of God. It is based on the current political goals of the speaker.
Social justice is a “want of justice”. It removes the rule of law and the fairness that is necessary to live life to its fullest. The poor need justice in the sense that they need to be able to play by the rules and depend on the outcomes. You can’t do that with the caprice of man.
So? Get in the habit of holding up what you hear in one hand and what you have read in the Bible in the other. I have an idea they will be different. Oh, you haven’t been reading your Bible? I guess you lose before you start.