Love is a feeling of deep devotion, concern, and affection. The greatest example of God’s love for His children is found in the infinite Atonement of Jesus Christ. Love for God and fellow men is a characteristic of disciples of Jesus Christ.
We manifest our love for Heavenly Father by keeping His commandments and serving His children. Our expressions of love for others may include being kind to them, listening to them, mourning with them, comforting them, serving them, praying for them, sharing the gospel with them, and being their friend. Our love for those around us increases when we remember that we are all children of God—that we are spirit brothers and sisters. The love that results from this realization has the power to transcend all boundaries of nation, creed, and color.
Charlotte Mae Sheppard, “A Tree for Travis,” Friend, December 2016
Joshua J. Perkey, “Love versus Lust,” Ensign or Liahona, October 2016
Suzanne Lutz, “Sustained by God’s Love,” Ensign, July 2015
Janice Tate, “My Lesson in Love,” Ensign or Liahona, June 2015
Charlotte Larcabal, “Commandments = Love,” New Era, September 2016
“LDS Charities Responds to Typhoon Lando in the Philippines,” Church News
“Love the Children, Love the Lord, Primary Leaders Taught,” Church News
“Viewpoint: Help the Refugees among Us,” Church News
“Love One Another,” Lesson Helps for Teaching Children