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|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
|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
|He did this after he had counted the cost. When we go to a store to buy |
something, we always count the cost, considering whether it is too expensive or
whether it is worth the price. The reason Moses could abandon everything in
Egypt was ...
|“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 ...
|Therefore, one can never follow the Lordifhehas not counted thecost. The scribe |
indeed represents thosewho care ... However, itwouldalso be improper to always
count the cost and dare not moveforward. We should avoid these two extreme ...
|O [+ question word] We need to count who s here, so we can make sure that no |
one's missing. ... stop yourself becoming too unhappy about the bad things •
count the cost to start to understand how badly something has affected you: I didn
t read the contract fully before I signed it but I m counting ... count on sb to be
confident that you can depend on someone: You can always count on Michael in
|COST OF LIVING COUNT Despite its rising prices, the cost of living remains |
constant — all you've got. If a month's bills were placed ... Before you get angry at
someone's faults, always count ten — ten of your own. To the mathematician, if
|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 ...
|No, the cost had not been counted. “He sounds a fool,” Caro said crisply. “One |
should always count the cost. Or as my mother puts it, one must set the price as
the very first condition of any action. A trifle mercenary, perhaps, but nonetheless