To Know the Unknowable Love of God
To Know the Unknowable Love of God
Ephesians 3:14-19
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Sunday Evening Service,  January 8, 2006
 

In Ephesians 3, the prayer of the apostle's heart is that believers "comprehend" and "know" the love of Christ, a love which, as Paul declares, goes beyond human knowledge. But how are believers to grasp a love as immense as that? As Paul's prayer unfolds, it teaches us three necessary occurrences that must take place in our lives if we will come to know the unknowable love of Christ

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