Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
For what the law could not do, in that it was weak through the flesh, God sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh:
For no human being can be made upright in the sight of God by observing the Law. All that the Law can do is to make man conscious of sin.
For when we were living mere physical lives the sinful passions, awakened by the Law, operated through the organs of our bodies to make us bear fruit for death.
and that through union with him everyone who believes is cleared of every charge of which the Law of Moses could not clear you.
Is the Law then contrary to God's promises? By no means. For if a law had been given that could have brought life, uprightness would really have come through law.
So an earlier regulation is abrogated because it was poor and ineffective
For while the Law foreshadowed the blessings that were to come, it did not fully express them, and so the priests by offering the same sacrifices endlessly year after year cannot wholly free those who come to worship from their sins.
2 Corinthians 5:21
He made him who knew nothing of sin to be sin, for our sake, so that through union with him we might become God's uprightness.
Christ ransomed us from the Law's curse by taking our curse upon himself (for the Scripture says, "Cursed be anyone who is hung on a tree")
for we know that our old self was crucified with him, to do away with our sinful body, so that we might not be enslaved to sin any longer,
1 Peter 2:24
He carried the burden of our sins in his own body on the cross, in order that we might die to sin and live for uprightness. By his wounds you have been healed.
1 Peter 4:1
Since Christ therefore has suffered in our physical nature, you must also arm yourselves with the same resolve. For he who suffers in his physical nature has done with sin,
For we hold that a man is made upright by faith; the observance of the Law has nothing to do with it.