How to Measure the Love of God, Part 2
Paul’s earnest prayer for believers in Christ is to “comprehend what is the width, and length, and depth, and height of the love of Christ” (Eph. 3:18).
In this message, Sharon teaches how God’s love can be accurately measured by the measuring tool of John 3:16.
This is a double-duty sermon, with a powerful salvation presentation to sinners, as well as a heart-warming love story for those who call God their Father.
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