Attitude as well as an Action

Attitude as well as an Action

Attitude as well as an Action

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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.