The law cannot be broken or divided. It stands as a unit. To undertake any part of it is to be committed to it all. Nothing can be more unreasonable or more unscriptural than to borrow some portions from the law system, either that of Moses or of the millennial kingdom, and, at the same time, reject other portions. He who will choose the law must, to be consistent, do the whole law (Romans 10:5), and if he should break it at one point, he is guilty of all (James 2:10).
- L.S. Chafer
Law, as a principle, has no further purpose in the lives of those who are in Christ:
"Christ hath REDEEMED us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us; for it is written, 'Cursed is everyone that hangs on a tree' " (Galatians 3:13).
"The law WAS our schoolmaster. . . . But after faith is come, we are NO LONGER under a schoolmaster" (Galatians 3:24, 25).
"[The] END OF LAW indeed [is] Christ for righteousness to everyone believing" (Romans 10:4).
Examine yourself very carefully: Have you placed yourself back under any element of God's Law, or under any subtle form of law which you or your fellow men would impose upon yourself, either for your justification, for your sanctification, or for your fellowship with them or with the Father?
If you have, then to that same degree you are denying the all-sufficiency of Christ.
"Therefore, stand fast in [do not be moved from] the FREEDOM [from law] wherewith CHRIST hath made us free, and be NOT entangled again with the yoke of bondage [of law]" (Galatians 5:1).