To have the indwelling of Christ in our lives and to comprehend and experience his love for us means we have all the God intends us to have. (Paul's letter to the Ephesians, page 50)
The context is the end of chapter 3 of Ephesians.
I'm just not comfortable with the phrase all that God intends for us. I believe that God wants those things for us, but I am not sure that is the sum total of His intention for us.
Also in 3:20 it says that God "is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think." It seems strange to sum up all that God intents for us when He is able to do more than we ask or think...
What do you think?