HOW YOU LOVE ME

I BELIEVE YOU WEPT AND CRIED FOR ME 
YOU BORE THE PAIN OF ALL MY SINFUL DAYS 
AND I BELIEVE YOUR ARMS WERE OPENED WIDE 
EVEN THOUGH I TURNED AND WALKED AWAY 

BUT NOW I KNOW HOW YOU LOVE ME 
OH HOW YOU DO 
NOW ON MY KNEES I HUMBLY COME TO YOU 
FOR NOW I KNOW HOW YOU LOVE ME 
I WANT TO THANK YOU LORD THIS DAY 
SO ON MY KNEES I HUMBLY COME AND PRAY
 

YOU’RE MY LIFE YOUR TRUTH WILL MAKE ME WHOLE 
IF I OBEY TO COME AND FOLLOW YOU 
YOUR THE PATH THAT I MUST WALK UPON 
THERE IS FREEDOM AND GLORY THAT WAITS 

FOR NOW I KNOW HOW YOU LOVE ME 
OH HOW YOU DO 
NOW ON MY KNEES I HUMBLY COME TO YOU 
YES NOW I KNOW HOW YOU LOVE ME 
I WANT TO THANK YOU LORD THIS DAY 
SO ON MY KNEES I HUMBLY COME AND PRAY
 

LORD HELP ME TO LEARN TO TRUST AND OBEY 
I AM WEARY FROM ALL MY PAST MISTAKES 
PLEASE HELP ME TO BE ALL YOU WANT TO SEE 
WITH YOUR LOVE I KNOW I’LL FIND MY WAY 

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Today, I received insight on Ephesians 3:19. “To know this love that surpasses knowledge.” How can one know this kind of love if it surpasses our understanding?

Joseph didn’t know, have sexual relations with Mary before Jesus’ birth (Mt 1:25 KJV). “To know this love,” cannot be gained through head knowledge such as the facts that Christ died on a cross for our sins, but only through intimacy, from experiences with Christ. Experience surpasses knowledge.

Many people knew Julia, my wife, but I experienced her in so many wonderful ways and through these experiences gained a deep love for her that others could never grasp. The same is true in discovering the width, length, height and depth of Christ’s love. Every time Christ answers our prayer or delivers us from a trial, we are experiencing His supernatural love. This should lead us to thankful intimacy with God; it is no wonder why Jesus prayed all night to His Father, for He said, “I do nothing on my own,” (Jn 8:28). Shouldn’t we, in response to the Holy Spirit’s guidance in our life, willingly desire to lay down our life for Him, in whatever circumstance He asks of us. The Father’s gift to us was giving us Jesus, while Jesus’ gift to us was His sacrifice on the cross and the Holy Spirit’s gift to us is the revelation of this love that surpasses knowledge.

Today, get intimate with Jesus and begin to experience the love that surpasses knowledge.