But leads to a different option, a different conclusion from the previous statement.
But leads to a choice; weigh one option against the other.
But leads to finality. That which is, is that which will be — final. No empty word, but promise.
But is deliverance. It is sovereignty. It is the ceasing of one’s belief that he is in control.
But leads to sanctity, to the purifying of one’s soul. But calms the troubled waters and pours out life.
But was the Son of God who came and freed men from his death and his sin and his shortcomings.
But was deliverance clothed in the flesh of a human garment.
But was redemption, a making-whole of life, power, and authority.
But was Christ. But is Christ. The Lord, Redeemer, and Savior of all.
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