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I am trying to construct a sentence for my essays and the below is the sentence that I came up with:
In heaven, we will love each and every heavenly human being completely to our maximum capacity for love. God, however, will always be the principal object of our love in heaven since the reason why we love each of our heavenly neighbours will be precisely because we love God in the first place.
A part of what I am trying to say in my quoted sentence is that God will be the principal object of our love in heaven, because our heavenly love for God will be the reason for our heavenly love for our heavenly neighbours
. Is this what the above sentence is portraying?
(I am not trying to discuss religion, I am just trying to get answers in terms of meaning/interpretation of the quoted sentence)
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In heaven we shall completely love each other. This shall be made possible by our love for God for he is (or shall be) the primary object of our love.
In heaven we shall love each other fully. But God shall remain the primary object of our love for it is by him that we shall be able to love each other.