Two men sat in the summer parlor. Eglon, King of Moab and Ehud, judge of Israel.

There weren’t any servants. There weren’t any guards. Just the King and the judge. 
Only Ehud expected war to break out that day. Eglon was completely unassuming that the Israelite would have the courage to assassinate him. 
But he did. And that act of faithfulness to God’s direction behind closed doors would set an entire nation free. 
The choices we make in solitude have consequences. So choose the way of the Lord regardless of who may or may not be around.