The Love of God…

…I don’t understand it, but I sure am thankful for it!

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Word-Filled Wednesday, 3/04:

No Seperation

This verse goes along with today’s Our Daily Bread devotional, which is also about God’s love. Not only can nothing separate us from God’s great love, but God’s love cannot even be understood or explained. Dennis Fisher writes:

“The apostle (Paul) prayed that believers might “be able to comprehend with all the saints what is the width and length and depth and height—to know the love of Christ which passes knowledge” (Eph. 3:18-19).

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…We are admonished to appreciate this amazing love. Yet as we expand our awareness of God’s love, we soon realize that its full measure is beyond our understanding. Even if the ocean were filled with ink, using it to write about the love of God would drain it dry.”

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“God’s love cannot be explained –it can only be experienced.”

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**To read today’s devotional in it’s entirety, you may click here.

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**To view more WFW posts, you may visit: the160acrewoods.com

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**Update: P.S. Hey, please don’t forget to check out my Sarah’s post. You may view it over here. Thanks!

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5 Responses

  1. Amen.

    Denise, Blessings to you!

  2. oh, what reassuring, comforting words from the Bible. great pic too! thanks for sharing.

    Gail, Happy WFW! 🙂

  3. awesome awesome awesome..what a powerful scripture,, I LOVED this statement about the love of God
    …I don’t understand it, but I sure am thankful for it!

    Thanks, Angela! Happy WFW! 🙂

  4. Beautiful graphic, verse and devotion. Happy WFW to you!

    Thanks, Laurie Ann! Happy WFW! 🙂

  5. I’m so thankful for the matchless love of Jesus! Happy WFW!

    Amen to that, LauraLee! Happy WFW to ya! 🙂

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