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The Commandment of Loving God

Yeshua teaches that to love the LORD is the greatest commandment. If we attempt to serve God merely out of fear or out of a desire for reward or to earn salvation, our service is not genuine. Just as a husband wants his wife to love him, so too, the Father desires His children to serve Him out of love.

Yeshua teaches that to love the LORD is the greatest commandment. If we attempt to serve God merely out of fear or out of a desire for reward or to earn salvation, our service is not genuine. Just as a husband wants his wife to love him, so too, the Father desires His children to serve Him out of love.

Read This Portions: Genesis — Deuteronomy
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