SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:40 De estos dos mandamientos depende toda la ley y los profetas.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Matthew 22:40 Verse 40. On these two-hang all the law and the prophets.] They are like the first and last links of a chain, all the intermediate ones depend on them. True religion begins and ends in love to God and man. These are the two grand links that unite God to man, man to his fellows, and men again to God.
Love is the fulfilling of the law, says St. Paul, Rom. xiii. 10; for he who has the love of God in him delights to obey the Divine precepts, and to do all manner of kindness to men for God's sake.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 34-40 - An interpreter of the law asked our Lord a question, to try, not s much his knowledge, as his judgment. The love of God is the first an great commandment, and the sum of all the commands of the first table Our love of God must be sincere, not in word and tongue only. All ou love is too little to bestow upon him, therefore all the powers of the soul must be engaged for him, and carried out toward him. To love ou neighbour as ourselves, is the second great commandment. There is self-love which is corrupt, and the root of the greatest sins, and it must be put off and mortified; but there is a self-love which is the rule of the greatest duty: we must have a due concern for the welfar of our own souls and bodies. And we must love our neighbour as trul and sincerely as we love ourselves; in many cases we must den ourselves for the good of others. By these two commandments let ou hearts be formed as by a mould.
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