Loving God is a journey, not a destination, and it's a process, not an end result.
For Christians to become “perfect” (that is, complete) in our love of God, our love must become multifaceted, encompassing the whole of man.
We cannot afford to “snack” with Satan while helping ourselves to God’s refreshments (Matthew 6:24).
Faith in God must live in our hearts and thrive in our lives.
How many times have we seen in the Lord's church where members cannot put someone's past behind them, even when they've changed their ways, confessed their sins to their brethren, and moved ahead in their spiritual walk?
When was the last time you brought your heart before God, broken and seeking his mercy and renewal?