This has been on my mind, so found a link i’ll quote and y’all can follow to further complete the read
Question: “Law vs. grace—why is there so much conflict among Christians on the issue?”

When the Bible speaks of “the law,” it refers to the detailed standard God gave to Moses, beginning in Exodus 20with the Ten Commandments. God’s Law explained His requirements for a holy people and included three categories: civil, ceremonial, and moral laws. The Law was given to separate God’s people from the evil nations around them and to define sin (Ezra 10:11Romans 5:137:7). The Law also clearly demonstrated that no human being could purify himself enough to please God—i.e., the Law revealed our need for a Savior.

By New Testament times, the religious leaders had hijacked the Law and added to it their own rules and traditions (Mark 7:7–9). While the Law itself was good, it was weak in that it lacked the power to change a sinful heart (Romans 8:3). Keeping the Law, as interpreted by the Pharisees, had become an oppressive and overwhelming burden (Luke 11:46).

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  1. Cheri
    January 27, 2015 / 9:50 am

    Great Post! Very Thought Provoking! I can't pretend to be qualified or will I ever be to address … When Jesus Died for us He said it was Finished! Just Keep the Faith and reading! There times I feel guided to answers and other times when I seek too hard (I guess) the answer comes later, but always at the Perfect time! 🙂

    Love your hair styled like that! Beautiful outfit and that Infectious Smile of yours Always Brightens my day!

    Thanks Girl! Be Safe & Have an Amazing Day! 🙂

  2. Danidee
    August 11, 2015 / 12:45 am

    Great stuff!