In Deut. 4:5-6 is the beginning of what is known in Jewish liturgy as the Shema. It is scripture that is recited twice daily by practicing Jews as a confession of their faith. This was part of what the lawyer in Luke 10 quoted to Christ when answering what was what one must do to inherit eternal life. The answer to this question takes us back to the first of God's Ten Commandments given to His people. This message explores how we are to love God with all our hearts, all our soul, with all our strength, and with all our mind.