vetlh Christ may yIn Daq lIj tIQDu' vegh HartaHghach; Daq the pItlhvetlh SoH, taH rooted je grounded Daq muSHa',may taH strengthened Daq comprehend tlhej Hoch the le' ghotpu'
nuq ghaH the breadth je length je height je depth,je Daq Sov Christ's muSHa' nuq surpasses Sov,
vetlh SoH may taH tebta' tlhej Hoch the fullness vo' joH'a'. KLV
This comes from a passage of Ephesians that I love
(in fact I've memorized it from the NLT translation.)
and I really appreciate how the Life Application Bible describes it:
God’s love is total, says Paul. It reaches every corner of our experience. It is wide—it covers the breadth of our own experience, and it reaches out to the whole world. God’s love is long—it continues the length of our lives. It is high—it rises to the heights of our celebration and elation. His love is deep—it reaches to the depths of discouragement, despair, and even death. When you feel shut out or isolated, remember that you can never be lost to God’s love.
God's muSHa', his love, surpasses Sov, our knowledge. And he gives it freely to all of us.