David's TrialDavid's Trial in Short Stories More Like This
The air was filled with the buzz of excitement. It was a new day of departure for another group of spirit children. Today was the day they would descend to the world called Earth and begin their tests to determine their faithfulness in keeping to their Father's commandments. Some were nervous, unsure of what to expect, despite the years of training they had received for this very special day in their lives. Others were excited, eager to begin their tribulations in the temporal world and fulfill their promises to their Father. One spirit child in particular, a man named David, was scared.
The day had come for him to receive his call to Earth, and when he had received it, he was confused from its written words. It stated that he was to be born on the Earth in a special time, and will be given the ability of leadership, where his family, friends and his community would receive the opportunity to serve their fellow brothers and sisters through his guidance. After that passage, it stated
Required To Forgive All MenRequired To Forgive All Men in Philosophical More Like This
"Jason, have you read this case yet?"
My attention was taken off my work of filing papers within a case in my hands, and I looked up to see the receptionist, holding the familiar green of a criminal case over the wooden drawer that separated our desks, face lit with apparent horror of its contents. I sighed, knowing that it may have something I wouldn't want to read, but the receptionist's urging ignited my curious nature.
Putting aside my work, I took the green folder from her hands and began to peer through the contents. It was a newly acquired case, thin and lacking in the common mass of filing from both our hands and the court. Whomever the case was concerning had just retained our services as legal advice, and there within the green file was a letter written from the person to the attorney.
I read the letter, a privilege granted to all that work in the law field, for its contents was confidential and meant only for the eyes of legal workers. Reading cases as a file clerk helped me