Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
For, as many as are of works of law, are, under a curse, - for it is written - Accursed, is everyone that continueth not in all things that are written in the book of the law to do them.
Now we know that, whatsoever things the law saith, to them who are within the law, it speaketh, in order that, every mouth, may be stopped and all the world come, under penal sentence, unto God.
For, the law, worketh out anger, but, where there is no law, neither is there transgression.
Law, however, gained admission, in order that the fault might abound, but, where the sin abounded, the favour greatly superabounded:
What, then, shall we say? Is the law sin? Far be it! On the contrary, I had not discovered, sin, save through law, for even, of coveting, I had not been aware if, the law, had not kept on saying - Thou shall not covet;
For, the-law of the spirit of life in Christ Jesus, hath set thee free from the law of sin and of death; -
For Christ is an end of law, for righteousness, unto every one that believeth.
Far be it! we who have died unto sin, how, any longer, shall we live therein?
So, then, my brethren, ye also, were made dead unto the law through the body of the Christ, to the end ye might become another's - his who from among the dead was raised, in order that we might bring forth fruit unto God.
If ye have died, together with Christ, from the first principles of the world, why, as though alive in the world, are ye submitting to decrees, -
For ye have died, and, your life, is hid, together with the Christ, in God, -
1 Peter 2:24
Who, our sins, himself, bare up, in his body, unto the tree, in order that we, from our sins getting away, in righteousness, might live, - by whose stripes, ye have been healed;
For, none of us, unto himself liveth, and, none, unto himself dieth;