One of the bullet points from today's sermon at church was that God wants followers, not fans. For some reason, my mind made the connection to modern social media, where interested parties like things on Facebook and follow people on Twitter.
Were it that easy to follow God. If He could be boiled down to a handful of short messages a day sent electronically, He'd be easier to follow. On the good side, God isn't limited to 140 characters and can deliver things like grace and love that don't lend themselves to words and emoticons.
On the liking-God front, Jesus' post-resurrection conversation with Peter comes to mind, where Jesus asked if he agaped him and Peter answered that he phliosed him. As flawed humans, we fall short of giving agape, but we need to shoot for that.