One of the profoundest truths of Scripture is Paul’s depiction of Christ’s love as having four dimensions: breadth, length, depth, and height. While some expositors insist that Paul “is probably not thinking of anything special to be associated with each” and that we should “not interpret the four dimensions but…
Part 4 of 4 on God’s attribute of love. Scriptures for Study: Read the story of Peter and John’s arrest and address to the Sanhedrin (Acts 4:1–22). What can you observe from this incident?
Part 3 of 4 on God’s attribute of love. Scriptures for Study: What do the following verses declare about God’s love: Romans 5:8–10; 8:32; 1 John 3:16?
Part 2 of 5 on God’s attribute of love. Scriptures for Study: What do the following verses say about God’s love for His people: Romans 5:8; Titus 3:4–6; 1 John 4:9–10?
Part 1 of 5 on God’s attribute of love. Scriptures for Study: In preparation for the next study, meditate on John 3:16 in light of the meaning of agapē love.