Attitude as well as an Action

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Attitude as well as an Action

Reckoning is an Attitude as well as an Action.

An action is taken once, but an attitude is constantly maintained.

An action is taken as a timely move against a certain matter; an attitude is maintained as a lasting estimation of that matter.

We ought to Reckon ourselves as dead to sin.

This is to say that we should take a singular action of Reckoning ourselves as dead, and then follow through by a permanent attitude of Reckoning ourselves as indeed dead to sin.