In what two great commandments is the law of God briefly summarized?


"Thou shall love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is
the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself.
On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets." Matt. 22: 37-40.
NOTE. - 'Does any man say to me, 'You see, then, instead of the Ten Commandments, we have
received the two commandments, and these are much easier'? I answer that this reading of the law is not in
the least easier. Such a remark implies a want of thought and experience. Those two precepts comprehend
the ten at their fullest extent, and cannot be regarded as the erasure of a jot or tittle of them. Whatever
difficulties surround the ten commands are equally found in the two, which are their sum and substance. If
you love God with all your heart, you keep the first table; and if you love your neighbor as yourself, you
must keep the second table."-"The Perpetuity of the Law of God," by C. H. Spurgeon, page 5.

Will sin and its evil results ever appear again?
Unto whom will the saints forever ascribe praise?
Who minister to God, and assist in the judgment?
19. What testimony does Eusebius (AD. 270-338), a noted bishop of the church, a flatterer of Constantine, and the reputed father of ecclesiastical history, bear upon this subject?
At His ascension, what assurance was given of Christs return ?
By what means were the three Hebrews protected while in the fiery furnace?
Whom does God comfort?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle