(Reflection Proverbs 11: 1,2)
The dark stallion covers the night bringing the stars of Libra across the land. The trumpet echoes the faith of the righteous so that all those hearing the voice of The Good Shepherd calling their names can grow from the deep. The black horse carrying the scales of balance in Chapter Five of the book of Revelation is actually a knight, His rider is a warrior. The warrior knows the causalities of war, taste the sweet blood of salvation, smells the stench scent of death and speaks through the sword of the holy words in the Bible.
Watch out for the black horse for the knight riding it plays no favoritism. He does not exclude judgment by gender, race or age. He sees all mortals as lambs and bulls, knowing right and wrong as well as weighing the values of good and evil upon their very hearts. Through honest scales the warrior is able to measure the distance of guilt and damnation. His scales reach through history between the cross and creation then expanse into the future touching the very wind of eternity. No one knows how deep the scales balance. No one knows how far the wind will travel.