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  • Whoever at dawn loudly blesses his neighbour -- it will be reckoned to him as a curse. (Proverbs 27, 14)

  • I reckoned no precious stone to be her equal, for compared with her, all gold is a pinch of sand, and beside her, silver ranks as mud. (Wisdom of Solomon 7, 9)

  • I shall be reckoned shrewd as a judge, and the great will be amazed at me. (Wisdom of Solomon 8, 11)

  • The children of Zion, as precious as finest gold -- to think that they should now be reckoned like crockery made by a potter! (Lamentations 4, 2)

  • defiling yourselves with the dead, reckoned with those who go to Sheol? (Baruch 3, 11)

  • An argument also began between them about who should be reckoned the greatest; (Luke 22, 24)

  • does not scripture say: Abraham put his faith in God and this was reckoned to him as uprightness? (Romans 4, 3)

  • however, when someone, without working, puts faith in the one who justifies the godless, it is this faith that is reckoned as uprightness. (Romans 4, 5)

  • Is this blessing only for the circumcised, or is it said of the uncircumcised as well? Well, we said of Abraham that his faith was reckoned to him as uprightness. (Romans 4, 9)

  • and circumcision was given to him later, as a sign and a guarantee that the faith which he had while still uncircumcised was reckoned to him as uprightness. In this way, Abraham was to be the ancestor of all believers who are uncircumcised, so that they might be reckoned as upright; (Romans 4, 11)

  • This is the faith that was reckoned to him as uprightness. (Romans 4, 22)

  • And the word 'reckoned' in scripture applies not only to him; (Romans 4, 23)

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