Knowing the Unknowable

There are certain passages of scripture, certain turns of the phrase, certain things that we you think about, they can really just draw in deep to God’s love.

Today’s passage, to me, is one of those. Listen to what Paul writes today in Ephesians 3:17-19:

so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith—that you, being rooted and grounded in love, may have strength to comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth and length and height and depth, and to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, that you may be filled with all the fullness of God.

He tells the us this, that Christ may dwell in our hearts through faith – and heres’ the kicker for me – that we may know this love that surpasses knowledge.

Just think that about that concept for a second. God’s love is unknowable. We really can’t understand it. It’s too powerful. To awesome. Too big. Too amazing. Our human minds cannot understand the depth and power and might of God’s amazing love.

Today, you are literally loved more than your mind can even fathom.

God’s love for you is literally unknowable. We literally can’t understand it’s depth.

And Paul says today – you can know that love. Through Christ dwelling within our hearts through faith, you can know this love.

So, today, you can know the unknowable.

You can be filled with His fullness.

You can know the depth of God’s love, God’s purpose, God’s life.

You are loved. There is a love out there that is deep, that is wide, that is amazing. That is unknowable.

That through faith, you can know.

Today, through faith, you can know this love.

Today, may we know the unknowable. Today, we can know a love that is amazing. Today, through faith, the amazing, life changing love of God.

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