Wherefore, I give unto them a commandment, saying thus: Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, with all thy might, mind, and strength; and in the name of Jesus Christ thou shalt serve him. Doctrine and Covenants 59:5
Here’s an abbreviated version of what I have gathered from Hebrew thought and teachings concerning the four ways to love the Lord:
Heart = Prayer The heart is the seat of wisdom—and the wise person prays continually for increased understanding. Prayer is a form of worship.
Might = Physical strength When we use our strength to serve others, we are worshipping God.
Mind = Study In the Hebrew culture, study of the scriptures is considered to be the highest form of worship. The more we learn about the Lord, the more our love for Him increases. As that happens, we have greater desires to keep his commandments.
Strength = Resources Being generous and using all forms of our wealth to bless others is a way to show our love for Him. Those who have no money can donate their time and talents.