,—"In the world, ye shall have tribulation; in me ye shall have peace."
A pair of balances is a symbol of justice and fair dealing, the premise is that something must be weighed in order to ascertain its quality or value. The use of scales or balances as a symbol signifies that something needs to be accurately and carefully weighed or measured. The presumption of a scale is knowledge of the counter-balance. The constant in relation to the ambiguous. The defined in light of what is skewed.
The balance beam of the Cross is always level, because grace is not measured, it is sufficient.
2 Corinthians 1:5, "For just as the sufferings of Christ are ours in abundance, so also our comfort is abundant through Christ."
Grace is not measured, it is sufficient. It is not abundance, but effectual sufficiency