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|Its aim is accurate and its target is precise. Let's take a moment and count the |
cost. When you face temptation in the days to come, this chapter will be worth a
quick review. Before you buy a new car, you always count the cost. No one would
|Each time God brings up a duty, there is a big tussle, a knock-down, drag-out |
fight before He can get you to do something, while you again decide whether to
serve God, while you again count the cost! Must you always count the cost anew
|“Always count the cost.” ameriCan ProVerB “A well-worn adage advises those |
who set out upon a great enterprise to count the cost, yet some of the greatest
enterprises have succeeded because the people who undertook them did not
|-Some people tell us that we should always count the cost. We ought, in |
everything except this. Here there should be no counting the cost; and by
refusing to count the cost we count the cost in the best way; by refusing to attempt
to reckon up ...
|For want of “counting the cost,” hundredsof professed converts, under [some] |
religious “revivals,”go backto the world after ... our hearts are deceitful, andthat
thereisabusy devil always nearus, they cool down in disgust,and return to
|It always is treasonable—it always is, and must be, intrinsically cowardly and |
contemptible—to count the cost of fighting, when one is forced in honour to fight.
The reason the Allies cannot count the cost of winning the war is that no human ...
|E [I] to have value or importance; to matter: I've always believed that happiness |
counts more than money. ... your life, often to stop yourself becoming too
unhappy about the bad things . count the cost to start to understand how badly
|Another way to say “consider the consequences” is “count the cost.” I've always |
heard the phrase “count the cost” in conjunction with Luke 14:28, which says, “
For which of you, intending to build a tower, does not sit down first and count the
|shows us that we ought not to hurry men into professing discipleship, without |
warning them plainly to count the cost. ... Let me mention some things which
should always enter into our calculations in counting the cost of true Christianity.
|Let us “count the cost” by all means, and count it carefully. But let us remember, |
that if we count rightly, and look on all sides, there is nothing that need make us
afraid. Let us mention some things which should always enter into our