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REFLECTIONS/ BUT GOD...The gospel in two words

REFLECTIONS/ BUT GOD...The gospel in two words
In Gods world, nothing happens by chance. Many times in Scripture we see how God intervenes in the affairs of mankind, or, as Thomas Kempis put it, For man proposes, but God disposes.
 
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ISBN/EAN: 9781846255694
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Publisher: DAY ONE
Author: BENNETT TONY
 
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The words but God enshrine a recurring theme throughout the Scriptures of the gracious, merciful and sovereign ways in which God has intervened in the lives of men and women down the ages, and most especially in our salvation. In each of the thirty one thoughtful and encouraging studies in this book, Tony Bennett takes a Scripture text that contains the phrase but God, or, more often in the New Testament, but Jesus, and demonstrates how each text depends for its effect on what goes before these two wordsoften the background of our sinas compared with what comes after themthe wonder of Gods grace and love. About the Author: Tony Bennett is a member of Christ Church, Westbourne, in Bournemouth. Before retirement he taught American Politics, first at the Royal Hospital School, Ipswich, and then at Charterhouse, Godalming, where he also served as deputy headmaster. He married his wife, Sue, in 2006 and they live on the outskirts of Poole. Tony is an occasional preacher both at Christ Church, Westbourne, and at Broadstone Baptist Church.
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