Resting Our Case

When an attorney has presented all the evidence at his disposal in a trial, he will "rest his case." In other words he has done the very best he can to plead his cause, and there is nothing left for him but to await the verdict with as much confidence as he can.

There comes a time in the experience of all of us when we are compelled to "rest our case" during some particular earthly trial. Having exerted every effort from our highest standpoint of endeavor, we must try to await the verdict with confidence and assurance that all will be well. We can have that confidence if, during the trial and after, we rely on divine justice. Then we will be able to accept that verdict as the right solution, even though it may not always be the one we had envisioned.

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