ANSWER: Personal, perfect, and perpetual obedience; that we love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength; and love our neighbor as ourselves. What God forbids should never be done and what God commands should always be done.
Have you ever met a regular person who kept God's law in personal, perfect, and perpetual obedience?
What does the answer to this question tell us about God's view of his law? Does he consider his law to be important, or is it something we don't need to think about nowadays after Jesus died and rose again?
What are some erroneous messages we hear from our broader culture about God's law? How do those messages differ from what David says about God's law in Psalm 19?
Especially for our youngest worshipers:
Why do you think that God's law is said to be better than honey and gold? (See Psalm 19:10 and Psalm 119:103, 127.)
What does it mean to say that God's word is a lamp to our feet and a light to our path? (See Psalm 119:105.)
What kind of emotions do you feel when you think about this question and answer? Don't let the week go by without reading the beautiful and reassuring prayer from John Stott that is found with this question on the New City Catechism site. (To see the prayer, click on the "p:" in the circle for the prayer.)