Comprehend His Love
Ephesians 3:18

The Upward Look
    by Max D. Hutto,

“may be able to comprehend with all the saints what is the length and width, height and depth of God's love,” Ephesians 3:18 HCSB

Paul prayed that all believers would comprehend God’s boundless love. To comprehend is to mentally grasp, not only to understand but possess and experience. God’s love is to dominate and overwhelm a believer so that all aspects of one’s life are encompassed and overflowing in His love. God loved us even while we were fully engrossed in sin and rebellion against Him. His immeasurable and abundant love provides forgiveness and cleansing through the blood of Christ and a new life of righteousness.

Lord Jesus, fill my life with Your vast love so that I may show Your grace in all that I am and do. May others see Your love in my faithful obedience to Your Word.


  March 11, 2022   -  © Copyright 2022, Max D. Hutto.

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