You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might.
This command to love the Lord with our entire being seems to come naturally as we immerse ourselves in the Word of God.
It seems the more you get to know God, the more you learn about Him, the more you understand His love, then the more consumed you are with loving Him with the whole person.
As we grow in our understanding of His redeeming love, and the sacrifice of Christ our Lord, then the more you love God with your entire being.
His love fills our hearts, minds, and souls as we worship Him.
This whole-hearted love is hard to explain unless you have experienced it yourself.
The way to experience God’s love is to learn to know Him through His Word, the Bible, and by communing with God in prayer.
As you grow in faith and knowledge of God, you grow in your love.
As He shows His faithfulness to you, you long to praise Him with your heart, soul, mind and all your strength.
Sometimes we experience that full devotion when we are worshipping God in prayer or song.
Often God showers us with His love when He pours out a special word from the Bible directly to our souls.
This fills us with more love for God as He fills us with a confirmation of His presence and His help to us.
The depth of God’s love is as deep as the ocean and more. It is fathomless. It is endless.
As we draw near to God, He draws near to us.
So as we draw near to God, His love fills us more and more.
We respond by giving our wholehearted devotion that occupies the entire heart, soul, and mind and strength.
Often we capture a glimpse of God’s love, and we respond with our entire beings.
We want to stay close to the flame of His love.
We do this by staying in the Word of God, and by praising God in song, and spending time in a personal relationship with God through prayer.
When we truly know God, it consumes our hearts, minds, and souls, and we love with our entire strength and being.
Eventually, when we get to heaven, as believers in God, ones who truly know God, we will be immersed fully in His love.
We will then worship Him fully with all our hearts, souls, and minds, and with all of our strength being poured into worship of Him.
We will fall before the throne in full adoration of the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, where we will worship and praise Him forever and ever.
We will join the saints in glory, the heroes of the faith, and the angels and elders bowed down in adoration.
There in glory, we will worship with our whole, perfected selves.
Forever and ever.