imageNow to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all we ask . . . . Ephesians 3:20

Martin Luther in a comment related to the verse above said, “He is like an eternal, unfailing fountain.  The more it pours forth and overflows, the more it continues to give.  God desires nothing more seriously from us than that we ask Him for much and great things.”

How often do we do this?

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