And to know (gnwnai te). Second aorist active infinitive with exiscushte. Which passeth knowledge (thn uperballousan th gnwsew). Ablative case gnwsew after uperballousan (from uperballw). All the same Paul dares to scale this peak. That ye may be filled with all the fulness of God (ina plhrwqhte ei pan to plhrwma tou qeou). Final clause again (third use of ina in the sentence) with first aorist passive subjunctive of plhrow and the use of ei after it. One hesitates to comment on this sublime climax in Paul's prayer, the ultimate goal for followers of Christ in harmony with the injunction in Matthew 5:48 to be perfect (teleioi) as our heavenly Father is perfect. There is nothing that any one can add to these words. One can turn to Romans 8:29 again for our final likeness to God in Christ.