I found the information amazing since I was reading and praying with the First Commandment in my Catholic Catechism. I couldn't seem to get beyond it. I wondered a lot about loving God and how to make it a very tangible experience. This study of the First Commandment was intended to be an examination of conscience preparatory for the Sacrament of Penance. From: Florida, USA. Many thanks for your ministry. Added: November 17, 2011. From: Bern, Switzerland. Added: November 17, 2011. Added: November 9, 2011.
Most certainly: for these words, although used primarily to designate the perfections in a creature, can be transferred to designate what in God corresponds to these very perfections. (XIII. 1-4). When applied to God and to creatures, have these words the same meaning or one wholly different? Then whatever we may tell of God, and however exalted by our expressions concerning Him, for us God ever remains unutterable? God is everywhere, always . . . St Albert the Great,. On Cleaving to God. So just to be s...