Right now, you are looking in a mirror darkly. Soon, the light of My being will shine for all to see and the mystery that is the Trinity will be revealed. Look to that day with expectancy. Behold, the Bridegroom cometh!


In Ephesians 1:19, Paul uses two very strange Greek words that aren’t found anywhere else in the Word – “exceeding greatness.” 

…the eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that you may know what is the hope of His calling, what are the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints, and what is the exceeding greatness of His power toward us who believe, according to the working of His mighty power – Ephesians 1:18-19

What he’s doing is reaching for words because Jesus is so indescribable. Paul also knew it is so important that we know what cannot be known. 

I want you guys to look at the words, “I pray that you would know…”

How can you know something that can’t be known? Because we’re talking about two different things. You know by experience what you cannot know by understanding. 

There are some things God doesn’t want you to figure out, but He still wants you to experience them. He wants you to know what is exceedingly great. This kind of knowing is not the kind of knowing that you know in our minds. 

It’s the kind of knowing where the Bible says, “O taste and see that the Lord is good.” Okay, it doesn’t say understand and know that the Lord is good. It says taste

Taste means personal experience. All of your senses have to do with a supernatural understanding. Your eyes have to do with prophetic vision. Your nose has to do with prophetic discernment and tasting has to do with prophetic or supernatural experience. 

There are some things you experience in God and people want an answer. You have no answer. All you can say is that God is awesome. That’s okay because it’s for you, not for them. They need to go after their own walk.

Do you know what cannot be known? Go after His greatness through experiencing Him. You’ll never be the same.