) 2. Reckon. “The action or process of calculating or estimating something.” a : count <reckon the days till Christmas>b : estimate, compute <reckon the height of a building>c : to determine by reference to a fixed basis <the existence of the United States is reckoned from the Declaration of Independence>2: to regard or think of as : consider 3 chiefly dialect : think, suppose <I reckon I’ve outlived my time — Ellen Glasgow>

intransitive verb1: to settle accounts 2: to make a calculation 3a : judge b chiefly dialect : suppose, think

4: to accept something as certain : place reliance <I reckon on your promise to help>

— reckon with: to take into consideration— reckon without: to fail to consider : ignore


“Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed unto sin, but alive unto God through Jesus Christ our Lord. “(Romans 6:11) KJV


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