The human authors of Scripture used the phrase "but God" over and over again in the Bible to highlight God's grace. From Moses to Paul "but God" appears at many crucial junctures in Scripture. In this volume, author Casey Lute seeks to better understand how these two words are used. Marking God's relentless, merciful interventions in human history, this phrase shows how God acts to bring about our good through His will.
Whether from the pen of Moses, Paul, or other biblical authors, "But God" appears in various forms hundreds of times in the Bible. To understand these two words as they are used in Scripture is to understand the gospel. This book focuses on nine of the most important appearances of this key phrase, drawing in numerous other passages of Scripture and in the process unfolding the magnificent drama of God's sovereign grace-from his mercy on Noah to our security in a resurrected Savior. Taken together, this collection of brief Bible expositions provides a big-picture overview of the consistent way in which God has chosen to save sinners. It has always been by his might, his power, his grace, and his initiative. James Montgomery Boice wrote that "If you understand those two words-'but God'-they will save your soul. If you recall them daily and live by them, they will transform your life completely."
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