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40全部律法和先知书,都以这两条诫命作为根据。”
40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.
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, Ro 13:10; 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.