SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:5 Y amarás al SEÑOR tu Dios de todo tu corazón, y de toda tu alma, y con todo tu poder.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Deuteronomy 6:5 Verse 5. Thou shalt love the Lord, &c.] Here we see the truth of that word of the apostle, 1 Tim. i. 5: Now the END of the COMMANDMENT is LOVE out of a pure heart, &c. See the whole of the doctrine contained in this verse explained on Matt. xxii. 36-40.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 5. And thou shalt love the Lord thy God , etc.] Which is the first and chief commandment in the law, the sum and substance of the first table of it; and includes in it, or at least has connected with it, knowledge of God, esteem of him, delight in him, faith and trust in him, fear and worship of him, and obedience to him, which when right springs from it. God is to be loved because of the perfections of his nature, and the works of his hand, of nature, providence, and grace; and because of the relations he stands in to men, and especially to his own people; and because of his peculiar love to them; and, indeed, he is to be loved by all men for his care of them, and blessings of goodness bestowed on them; the manner in which this is to be done follows: with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might ; with a superlative love, above all creatures whatever; with the whole of the affections of the heart, with great fervency and ardour of spirit, in the sincerity of the soul, and with all the strength of grace a man has, with such love that is as strong as death. Jarchi interprets loving God with all the heart, that is, with thy heart not divided about God, a heart not divided between God and the creature; “all thy might” he interprets of mammon or substance; and, indeed, that is one way in which men may show their love to God, by laying out their substance in his service, and for the support of his cause and interest in the world. Aben Ezra by “the heart” understands knowledge, and by the “soul” the spirit of man that is in his body, and by might perfect love in the heart.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 4, 5 - Here is a brief summary of religion, containing the first principles of faith and obedience. Jehovah our God is the only living and true God he only is God, and he is but One God. Let us not desire to have an other. The three-fold mention of the Divine names, and the plura number of the word translated God, seem plainly to intimate a Trinit of persons, even in this express declaration of the unity of the Godhead. Happy those who have this one Lord for their God. It is bette to have one fountain than a thousand cisterns; one all-sufficient God than a thousand insufficient friends. This is the first and grea commandment of God's law, that we love him; and that we do all parts of our duty to him from a principle of love; My son, give me thine heart We are to love God with all our heart, and soul, and might. That is, 1 With a sincere love; not in word and tongue only, but inwardly i truth. 2. With a strong love. He that is our All, must have our all and none but he. 3. With a superlative love; we must love God above an creature whatever, and love nothing but what we love for him. 4. With an intelligent love. To love him with all the heart, and with all the understanding, we must see good cause to love him. 5. With an entir love; he is ONE, our hearts must be united in his love. Oh that thi love of God may be shed abroad in our hearts!
Original Hebrew ואהבת 157 את 853 יהוה 3068 אלהיך 430 בכל 3605 לבבך 3824 ובכל 3605 נפשׁך 5315 ובכל 3605 מאדך׃ 3966