This passage has nothing to do with loving one's salvation at all. It is about Jesus fulfilling a law that man never could. The law was put in place to remind us of the holiness of God and to show man that he is a sinner. Man never could fulfill the entire letter of the law, which is why the Jews had to offer their best animals for blood atonement sacrifices, under that law. As said in Galatians 3:25, the law was our schoolmaster to bring us to Christ. Having said that, many believe that the OT laws are no longer applicable and we, as New Testament Christians can ignore it. This is not the case either. The ten commandments are still the basis of our moral laws, but they no longer justify man. Mankind can only be justified through Jesus Christ, no through any works of his own hands, or efforts. As a Christian we are called unto good works(Ephesians 2;10), and God gives us a desire to obey his precepts, and even take joy in them! So we still need to learn and obey that which is pleasing in God's eyes. We are still not to worship idols and make graven images, we are still not to murder, or steal or covet. We are still to honour our parents etc... There is now no reason for sacrifices as Jesus became our sacrificial Lamb. However when the temple is built again, offerings will resume, but not for justification anymore. Jesus is telling us that he is the only one qualified to fulfill all the laws and so we are to look to him for salvation and that we are still to obey the commanments and precepts he tells us of through the gospels and the rest of the New Testament. Galatians 3 is a good chapter to read regarding the place of the law and faith in the life of a Christian.