Evil people don’t understand justice, but those who follow the Lord understand completely.
(Proverbs 28:5)

Justice. . . a simple word with many interpretations.

We, the jury, held the verdict that could shape a man’s perception of life itself—was life worth living if injustice rules? Scary thought! Justice prevailed in this situation, and the man in question was proven innocent.

Justice gathers information before judging. Evil people don’t understand justice. Instead, they react according to opinions fueled by their own personal baggage.

When our judicial system is working correctly, a person is considered innocent unless sufficient evidence proves him or her guilty. Evidence reveals truth. Without sufficient evidence, there is no proof. Truth speaks for itself.

That’s justice.

Thank You, Lord, that You love justice and You are a God of justice.

Gina Cohen