Are things that can be Counted really the things that Count?

Religion puts much emphasis on things that can be counted; the number of conversions, the number of churches that fly the denominational flag, the number of members that are on the role, the number of attenders to their meetings, the amount of money they take in, the amount of money spent on missions, etc.

They put less emphasis on things that count; people, relational fellowship, forgiving, encouraging rather than condemning, and living in love and compassion, etc.

The reality is, that some things that are counted does not necessarily count or mean diddly-squat therefore, it follows that some things that count cannot necessarily be counted and mean a lot!

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