This is a serious concept. I would like to hear feed back on these questions.
Can you provide proof that you love someone?
How do you KNOW you love them?
We've already gone over this before. Actions speak louder than words. A man can claim he loves his wife, but if he keeps beating and putting her in the hospital, does he? A parent can claim they love thier children, but if they abandon (or kill) and have nothing to do with them, but someone else has to say, "Your [parent] really loves you, but they just can't be here right now." Does that parent love thier child(ren)?
You know your mother loves you, because she does things for you, she's there for you when you get hurt, need help. Yes, she could be doing it out of duty, but did you know love isn't just emotions, but a duty as well. You do things for the person you love, not for your benefit, happiness or joy, but for whom you love.
Someone that says they love Jesus more than thier spouse, but refuses to abandon thier spouse to follow Jesus. Who do they love more? The one whose actions make it clear for whom they want to be with, therefore that's who they love. "He who loves thier wife, child, parent more than me, is not worthy of me. " - Jesus
As I said, Actions speak louder than words
God's love is the equivilent: Someone has sex with your mom, get's her pregnent. Bolts when he finds out there's a bun in the oven. Has nothing to do with you or her since. You're born, and later someone you don't know tells you, that they know your father, that your father loves you more than anything else. If you're willing to accept an intangible, invisible gift, you can be with your loving father forever, after you die. However, he won't speak to you in any fashion that can be differentiated from your imagination. He will not appear before you unless you hallucinate.
Does that father really love that child? Does the proxy even know the father? Maybe she had a one night stand or got with multiple guys so she doesn't even know who the father is.
Actions speak louder than words.