Filled with the Fullness of God

By Kurt Selles

December 30, 2022

How do we live into the fullness of God?

Ephesians 3:16-21 is an amazing passage that gives us insight about what this means. This month we are going to look into a number of passages from Ephesians and from other books of the Bible to reflect on the full life God offers. Through stories and observations, we’ll see examples of how God gives his children what they need in their everyday lives. Each person has the ability to step into an experience with God that far surpasses just knowing about him. May these devotions give you an appetite to do that and to be filled with God’s overflowing love each day.

This month’s author, Beth Fellinger, is a wife, mother, and grandmother who has more than 40 years of experience in pastoral ministry. She and her husband, Barry, have created a missional community in their neighborhood called the Ugly Couch Cafe. From serving coffee at a blue picnic table on their front lawn, to praying with neighbors, to hosting faith gatherings on a weekly basis, the Ugly Couch Cafe has grown—and nothing gives Beth greater joy than introducing people to Jesus.

As you reflect on God’s offer of full life in the Today devotions this month, may you be refreshed, refocused, and renewed in God’s Word!

Begin with day one of Filled with the Fullness of God here or download the full PDF.

About the author — Kurt Selles

Kurt Selles is the director of ReFrame Ministries and serves as the Executive Editor of Today. He is a graduate of Calvin College and Seminary, and received his PhD from Vanderbilt University. Before coming to ReFrame, he served 19 years in Taiwan and China with CRC World Missions. Kurt later taught missions at Beeson Divinity School, where he also acted as the director of the school’s Global Center. Kurt and his wife, Vicki, reside in Grand Rapids and have three adult children.

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