When the Apostle Paul referred, in his letter to the Romans, to “the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God” ( 11:33 ), he was speaking from the authority of his own life experience, in which he had felt God’s mighty power redeeming him in a way beyond what the human mind could understand. He recognized his relationship to the one all-wise, all-knowing God, and this radically changed his life for the better.
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