Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift! 2 Corinthians 9:15
Indescribable: to describe and commemorate which words fail
Gift: focusing on "the free nature of the gift"
At a loss for words.
How does one give thanks for a gift that is beyond description?
Do I even grasp or understand the value that gift?
He then recites the advantages of giving. The first of these is that giving will fill the wants of the saints. That in itself is good, but the outcome is even better. Through such ministry gifts will cause glory to God.And yet again, they will bring the intercession of those they have helped, a harvest of precious value. The final word concerning this whole subject is an expression of thanks to God for His unspeakable gift, for the apostle knows that the remembrance of it will do more than all his argument to stimulate the generosity of those who have received the inestimable blessing.G. Campbell Morgan's Exposition on the Whole Bible
“Thanks be unto God for His unspeakable gift;” i. e., His own Son to come down, suffer and die to redeem us all from sin, death and Hell; in consideration of which momentous reality how glad should we be to cast in our little mite and bear some humble part in the glorious enterprise for which God gave His only Son to die. This is the climax of all incentives to Christian liberality. William Godbey's Commentary on the New Testament